Friday, October 10, 2008

Week 6; Pick 'Em

Baltimore +4 @ Indy The Colts really aren't that good. Texans quarterback, Sage Rosenfels had the worst quarter of his professional career, fumbling twice in the final seven minutes which resulted in Colts touchdowns. The Colts then improved to 2-2. Baltimore is coming off tough losses at Pittsburgh and at home against Tennessee, two games they very easily could have won. Baltimore +4

Pats +5.5 @ San Diego Sure their defense has struggled against Miami and San Francisco, but the Patriots are 3-1. San Diego has to start stringing some wins together if they plan on winning the AFC West. However, I told you in week 2 what happens when you give the Patriots points. Patriots 19, Jets 10. New England +5.5

Jacksonville +3.5 @ Denver Denvers defense is terrible, and now their quarterback is saying, and I quote "I do have a stronger arm than John Elway." Sure, he does have a stronger arm than Elway, whose 48 years old and hasn't played professionally in 10 years. Jacksonville is too injured and shouldn't have lost to an equally injured Pittsburgh team. Denver -3.5

Miami +3 @ Houston NFL teams don't come off tough losses and win, especially to teams who are starting to believe in themselves. As stated before, Sage Rosenfels better play all four quarters against Miami, who looks to win their third straight game. Shockingly Miami will improve to 3-2. Miami +3

Chicago -2.5 @ Atlanta Love the Falcons playing in Atlanta. Don't love those same Falcons against rawkus defenses. Tampa = Loss, Carolina = Loss, Chicago . . .we'll see. Coming off Matt Ryan's first road win at Lambeau Field, he'll struggle against this fast and healthy defense. Chicago -2.5

New York Giants -8 @ Cleveland (Monday) God, who made the Giants schedule this year, Archie Manning? Their record is deceiving, given that they haven't played a legit playoff contender yet (Washington in Week 1, isn't Washington today) Giants roll up Cleveland, especially when BACK UP quarterback, Brady Quinn is off introducing republican presidential candidate, John McCain, at rallies in the State of Ohio. UGH! Giants -8.8


Penn State -6 @ Wisconsin The Nittany Lions are as good as advertised. I also believe they will run the table, beat Ohio State, and look to shake up the National Title picture. Penn State -6

LSU +6 @ The Swamp Les Miles is an animal. This team is due for a huge win and to burst toward a number 1 slot. Tebow's Heisman candidacy just got a whole lot more dicey. LSU +6

Texas +6 v. Oklahoma @ Cotton Bowl. The entire country is picking the Sooners in this game. Normally, I'd attempt to go against the grain in this one, but there is a reason they are all picking Oklahoma. Sam Bradford is attempting to make a run at the Heisman, and Oklahoma will have THEIR statement game on Saturday. Sooners -6

ALL LOCKS! Good Luck!

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