Sunday, September 27, 2009

Houston's Finest Week Three Picks

Week 2 Record: 9-7
Overall Record: 21-11

Last week my early games were fantastic, including the JETS BEATING THE PATRIOTS, but then the afternoon games struggled mightily. This week can be a very crucial week for teams and there are some great match-ups out there. And luckily for you, I'm going to tell you the winners. 

Cleveland-Baltimore: Baltimore- Ravens have looked like one of the better teams in the NFL so far, and Cleveland has not. Joe Flacco has also been slowly proving me wrong, maybe he is a good QB. Ravens win this one easy. 

Washington-Detroit: Washington- The Lions will come close to getting their first W in a very long time, but it will not be today. Washington has too powerful of a Defense to let the Lions win this game. Should be a close one though.

Jacksonville-Houston: Houston- Even though the Texans always seem to lose the game after a big win, this time they are for real, and they can prove it with a win today against the Jags. Schaub is the number 1 ranked passer in the NFL when he is under normal pressure. So unless the Jags can get to him he should have a great game.

Atlanta-New England: Atlanta- Michael the Burner Turner is going to carry this Atlanta team today against a injured Patriots team. The Pats could be without both Randy MOSSSS and Wes Welker, and even if both those guys play they are not 100%. This Atlanta team could be one to watch as the year moves on. 

Green Bay-St. Louis: Green Bay- The Pack are not going to lose two in a row. Rodgers is going to have a healthier Greg Jennings back this weekend which should help a lot. The Defense will also shut down the lowly St. Louis offense en route to an easy win. 

New York Giants- Tampa Bay: New York- Giants look very good and the Bucs look very bad. Easy decision here. 

Tennessee-New York Jets: New York- The Jets look unbeatable right now. Darell Revis is showing that he is one of the absolute best corners in the league and Rex Ryan looks like a genius so far. Old man Kerry will be hit all day long.

Kansas City-Philadelphia: Philadelphia- Chiefs and Matt Cassell look weak so far and even in a loss last week Corn on The Kolb looked very solid. Now that his Houston Cougars are in the top 25 his morale must be through the roof. Plus Vick coming back could not hurt, maybe. 

San Francisco-Minnesota: Minnesota- Old man Favre continues to do enough this week to keep the Vikes rolling. 

New Orleans-Buffalo: New Orleans- Even without a defense the Saints have looked very good. Drew Bress is unstoppable right now so I can not see this team losing, even to a very decent Buffalo team. 

Chicago-Seattle: Chicago- Jay Cutler cried his was to victory last week against the Steelers and he is going to do it again this week against the Hawks. Matt Forte should finally start to get on his game again today.

Pittsburgh-Cincinnati: Pittsburgh- Big Ben is going to lead this Steeler team coming off of a tough loss to the Bears. Cedric Benson will also be slowed down for the first time in this game. Unless Ochocinco has something up his sleeve Pitt should roll. 

Denver-Oakland: Oakland- Can you imagine if the Denver Broncos after all of their issues this summer started off the year 3-0? I cant.

Miami-San Diego: San Diego- This is one of the tougher match-ups of the week to pick, Im going to go with the Bolts because of home field and Dolphins coming off a short week. Oh and PHILLIP RIVERS.

Indianapolis-Arizona: Indianapolis- The Colts won a game with being on offense just under 15 minutes. Now they are going to no doubt have the ball for longer then that. Plus they have the number one pass D right now so they can slow down Kurty and the boys.

Carolina-Dallas: Dallas- The Cowboys need to get a win in the colossal stadium after a last second loss to the G-Men. Its hard to say the Panthers are going to be 0-3 but I just did it. 

There you have it folks, this is how Week 3 is going to pan out. Now I am off to the mall to get the exact same food, while wearing the exact same clothes as last sunday so the Texans can get their win. 


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