Anyone else find it incredibly wild three of this weeks matchups ended in shutouts last week? What are the odds? Do you think the losing coaches decided to pull off the throttle early and keep those pocket aces in hand? There’s a lot of star power on display in a week that could spell the end of Donovan McNabb’s career in Philly. The road teams have the most difficult shot t going all the way, but it does happen, so fans of underdogs should not give up hope. Make sure your wings and favorite beverage are close by because these games will be exciting.
|SAT, JAN 9||TIME (ET)||TV||PREDICTION||SKINNY SKIN SKIN|
|NY Jets at Cincinnati||4:30 PM||NBC||CINCY 22-13||The Bengals have had a great season. In the wake of 15’s death, it won’t stop now. Cincy has the talent to go all the way.
|Philadelphia at Dallas||8:00 PM||NBC||PHILLY 28-26||Eagles averaged 8 points vs. the Cowboys in two contests and will have to get out of the shoot early. This could be Donovan’s last game as an Eagle. He will not go out like a sucker. Michael Vick will have a hand in the decision..as will Trent Cole.|
|SUN, JAN 10||TIME (ET)||TV||PREDICTION||SKINNY SKIN SKIN|
|Baltimore at New England||1:00 PM||CBS||BAL 18-15||The 2009 Comeback Player of the Year has no 2009-2010 comeback left. Ray Lewis has like 206 tackles.
|Green Bay at Arizona||4:40 PM||FOX||ARI 26-20||Cardinals show last week was an anomaly. Boldin is banged up ankle bad, but you know what that means…11 and Darnell Dockett show and continue to prove.|