NFL - Week 10
I had another lousy week last week, going only 6-8. I'm not even getting in the pool this week, at this point it just feels like a waste of $5. I did pick the Democrats in both the House and Senate, so I'll take those 2 wins to put me at .500 for the week with 8-8. I fully expect to go undefeated this week, since I didn't enter the pool.
Cleveland at Atlanta - The Falcons are too good to lose at home to the Browns.
Washington at Philadelphia - I'd really like to take the Redskins here, but I just don't see it.
San Diego at Cincinnati - I think Cincinnati pulls this one out to keep their season alive a little longer.
San Francisco at Detroit - I'll take the Lions just since they're at home.
Baltimore at Tennessee - I think this is a special year for the Ravens, they shouldn't have any trouble with the Titans.
Buffalo at Indianapolis - The Colts stay undefeated.
Houston at Jacksonville - The Jaguars look to avenge the ass kicking they got earlier this season, and I think they get it done.
Kansas City at Miami - I don't like either of these teams, so I'll take the Dolphins at home.
Green Bay at Minnesota - I think Minnesota is ready to sink back into obscurity after an ok start, but playing the Packers gives them a week of reprieve.
New York Jets at New England - The Patriots will take out their frustrations on the Jets from their loss to the Colts last week.
Denver at Oakland - Oakland has the worst offense I've ever seen. Since I don't think Plummer is going to get picked off 8 times, I think the Broncos are ok here.
Dallas at Arizona - The Cowboys need to get their shit together if they want to make the playoffs. They need to go at least 6-2 in the second half, and they have a tough game against the Colts next week, so they have to win here, and I think they do.
New Orleans at Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh is done. For some reason they're favored in this game, and I can't figure out why. They were also favored last week which I couldn't understand. I guess they're still riding their championship. I look for them to lose again. Maybe the worst defending champion ever.
St. Louis at Seattle - I'll take the Rams here, I really don't like the Seneca Wallace led Seahawks who only won last week since they played the Raiders.
Chicago at New York Giants - The Giants are pretty banged up, and the Bears are looking to bounce back from a tough loss. I think they get it done.
Tampa Bay at Carolina - The Panthers have had 2 weeks to let the ass kicking they got from the Cowboys snk in, and I think they'll take out their frustrations on the Bucs.