Week Thirteen Picks
Winner In Bold
Minnesota at Atlanta
Game of the week potential here.
Detroit at Baltimore
Hoping to see Dwight Freeney sack Flacco today.
New England at Buffalo
This smells like one of those games where the Pats get a scare that, ultimately, is a positive for team chemistry.
San Francisco at Chicago
Handsome Jimmy G gets his first start for the 'niners, I think. First loss, too. It'll get better, Jimmy.
Tampa at Green Bay
Hope pick, really. I fucking hate Tampa.
Indianapolis at Jacksonville
Go Jags! I really want to see this team in the playoffs.
Denver at Miami
For those interested, Cutler is starting, Moore is hurt, and David Fales, he of the five passes thrown in four seasons (with TWO completions) is the backup for the 'phins, while Denver has spun the QB wheel, and it has landed back on Trevor Siemien. For those interested. Anyone? Anyone?
Kansas City at NYJ
KC has to win one eventually, right?
<<<Pancake Break + Second Cup of Coffee>>>
Houston at Tennessee
Titans-Jags is shaping up to be an interesting division race.
Cleveland at LAC
There's a better-than-average chance that the Chargers will win the AFC West. I wouldn't want to play them in the playoffs.
Carolina at New Orleans
Phony game of the week potential. Two pretenders that aren't as good as everyone (else) thinks they are. I say the Panthers win in a squeaker. Either way, we'll have to endure endless misguided takes on how the winner of this tilt is a Superb Owl contender.
LAR at Arizona
This is one of those games where the Rams are supposed to win, but they end up stinking up the joint. Watch out for that.
NYG at Oakland
It's been a while, but I remember Geno Smith as being not very good. Am I wrong about this? Meanwhile, Ben McAdoo continues, inexplicably, to be employed. Oh, wait, it's the Giants, and the Maras, so let me change that to "explicably."
Philadelphia at Seattle
The Eagles are the best team in the NFC (NFL?) right now, and they're also one of the healthiest. There's nothing more that need be said.
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
The Steelers are another pretender masquerading as a contender, but the Bengals aren't pretending to be a disaster of an organization.