NFL Picks:

After a rough 8-8 week on one of the most unpredictable NFL weeks in recent memory.  Here we go:

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Denver at Buffalo: Even though Denver and Tebow had a setback last week.  I still think they can handle Buffalo. PICK: DENVER

Miami at New England: New England still too strong for Miami, especially at home PICK: NEW ENGLAND

Cleveland at Baltimore: I think Baltimore is done losing to inferior teams PICK: BALTIMORE

Jacksonville at Tennessee: Tennessee’s last stand. After a promising start the Titans have show nothing. PICK: TENNESSEE

Oakland at Kansas City: Kansas City at home puts the Raiders in their rear view mirror Tough battle. PICK: K.C.

NYG at NYJ: Eli makes the difference here. Unless Sanchez has a career day, Giants should prevail. PICK: NYG

Minnesota at Washington: Washington finishing strong, easy pickins against Minny secondary PICK: WASHINGTON

Tampa Bay at Carolina: I’m done believing Tampa has anything left to show. PICK: CAROLINA

Arizona at Cincinnati: Very intriguing match-up, both still have playoff hopes. Carousel at QB keeps me off Arizona PICK: CINCY

St. Louis at Pittsburgh: Here’s the upset of the week.  Strong Ram defense, no Big Ben. PICK: ST. LOUIS

San Diego at Detroit: Too much offense for San Diego, I think Detroit falls here. PICK: SAN DIEGO

Philadelphia at Dallas: Andy Reid knows he has a chance if he keeps winning.  Knocking Dallas down a peg only helps the cause, and it’s fun too. PICK: PHILADELPHIA

San Francisco at Seattle: Amazingly enough Seattle is still in the picture.  San Fran on short rest. PICK: SEATTLE

Chicago at Green Bay: Chicago makes a change at QB. Won’t help. PICK: GREEN BAY

Atlanta at New Orleans: In New Orleans, the best place for Brees and the boys from the bayou. PICK: N.O.

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