Thursday, December 10, 2009


Two WOWS, does that Raiders victory seem a little less surprising? And I won on every pick last week! What a let down in Pittsburgh, I LOVE IT!The Browns dominated the line of scrimmage with 8 sacks. The play-maker and wide-out Joshua Cribbs, tore the Steelers up all over the field with a some big runs and returns, he is just a player. PAY THE MAN! The playoff picture got a little clearer on Thursday night but the perfect teams still look to be on a collision course. Look for the perfect teams to stay perfect this week.

At Houston -6.5 Seattle

The Seahawks defeated a tough 49ers defense in a tougher divisional game. Houston is out of the playoff hunt like Seattle. These seemingly meaningless games are not. Players are playing for their jobs and for pride. The Texans will be pumped up by their home crowd. Schaub and the Texans started the season off great but have faltered under the pressure of competing for the playoffs. Houston will play relaxed and spirited at home. Texans by two touchdowns.

At Indianapolis -7 Denver

The Colts have found ways to win games they should of lost. This is the mark of a champion, winning games when teams think they have them beat. I see another Manning comeback. This is going to be a great game. The under looks great, I see both teams kicking a lot of field goals in the first half, maybe a special teams play will change the out look in the second half, either way Manning will own the fourth, colts by a field goal.

At Minnesota -6.5 Cincinnati

The Bengals have the same identity of the Vikes, run the ball, punish the opponent every play and take their chances down field. Last week the Vikings seemed complacent and out of rhythm. The Bengals took care of the lowly Lions lat week. The Bengals and Ochocinco seem to be clicking and on a mission. Their head coach has them playing inspiring ball but the Vikes are coming off a loss and are at home. Vikings by a field goal.

At Dallas -3 San Diego

Dallas is coming off a tough loss against division rival New York. San Diego is fighting for the the AFC West and will be ready on the road. Look for L.T. To have a big day. Romo has struggled in December and it will continue this week. San Diego by a touchdown.

At Baltimore -13.5 Detroit

13 and a half points are a hefty load in the NFL. Although the Ravens will win this game the Lions will keep it very competitive. The Lions are playing for pride and the Ravens are hanging on for their playoff hopes. The Detroit offense might put op only a field goals but the Ravens will falter around the red zone and this will keep the game close. Ravens by six.


SEASON: 38-26

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