Ron Glover’s Week 13 NFL Predictions

The bulk of this weekend’s games are divisional matchups – while some teams are battling for the first place and their respective division and conference others are looking to better their playoff chances and some are out to spoil the chances of both.

The day begins with the Jaguars facing the reeling Titans, the Redskins are looking to keep the Giants out of first place as they meet today in The Meadowlands. The Lions and Bears meet in what should be a physical matchup at Ford Field and the Bucs get a second crack at the Falcons. The Raiders and Chargers meet in a battle for second place in the AFC West. The Ravens and Steelers meet in what will most likely determine the winner in the AFC North. Tomorrow night in Foxboro, the Patriots and Jets square off in a grudge match for the Patriots who were defeated 28-14 by the Jets in Week 2.

Vikings 27 – Bills 24

Browns 28 – Dolphins 27

Jaguars 35 – Titans 6

Giants 20 – Redskins 13

Packers 25 – Niners 21

Saints 30 – Bengals 20

Lions 23 – Bears 20 OT

Chiefs 24 – Broncos 13

Chargers 27 – Raiders 17

Bucs 28 – Falcons 20

Rams 27 – Cardinals 13

Seahawks 33 – Panthers 16

Colts 24 – Cowboys 17

Steelers 17 – Ravens 13

Patriots 23 – Jets 16

Last Week, 11-5 – 2010 Season, 104 – 56

66 Responses to “Ron Glover’s Week 13 NFL Predictions”

  1. Miranda says:

    Well maybe Brady will save the “elite” definition for King and Co tonight…otherwise they’ll have to make up some more rules real quick.

  2. kos says:

    Origin –

    Sounds about right. I was going to say anyone that can put up good numbers for one season or has physical gifts and an inclination to stay in the pocket. Automatic disqualification from being elite for any mobility.

  3. Temple3 says:

    Grand Nubian:

    If that video doesn’t get you AMPED, check your pulse because you’re icy and headed to a big rolling drawer at the county morgue.

    Whew!!

    I was waiting to watch that on NFL Network yesterday, but the kids Play Date waits for no man.

  4. GrandNubian says:

    T3,

    I guess you were destined to see that video one way or another. :-)

    Also, I agree 100% with that list. However, if Tampa makes the playoffs, he might deserve it moreso than the others.

  5. GrandNubian says:

    Josh McDaniels is out in Denver.

    I hope that he’s still available after the Steelers fire Bruce Arians in the off-season. :-)

  6. Origin says:

    @ GN – bout time they dumped Josh McDaniels that dude trashed the team. Actually they should have let that dude continue to coach the mess he made………that might have been the perfect punishment.

    @ Kos – your version was right too brotha.

    @ Miranda – thats exactly right sista. Also check this article out about Cam Newton.

    http://www.sportingnews.com/ncaa-football/feed/2010-09/heisman-watch/story/two-heisman-voters-will-leave-newton-off-their-ballots

    I wonder if any of the voters wanted to leave Colt Brennen or Mark Sanchez off the ballot when they were running for the heisman.

  7. Origin says:

    So McDaniels out huh?

  8. Origin says:

    @ Kos – your version was right too brotha.

    @ Miranda – thats exactly right sista. Also check this article out about Cam Newton.

    http://www.sportingnews.com/ncaa-football/feed/2010-09/heisman-watch/story/two-heisman-voters-will-leave-newton-off-their-ballots

    I wonder if any of the voters wanted to leave Colt Brennen or Mark Sanchez off the ballot when they were running for the heisman.

  9. HarveyDent says:

    The funny thing is that McDaniels gets the axe but is replaced by the running backs coach even though Denver has been crap running the ball this season

  10. Ron Glover says:

    Rex Ryan must be the mailman’s son – There’s no way one of Buddy’s defenses gets handled like that.

  11. Temple3 says:

    RG:

    That’s hilarious.

    Except that last night looked an awful lot like Miami’s dissection of the ’85 Bears.

  12. ks says:

    The Jets just plain stunk last night. They came out flat, were bad on offense and defense and really bad on special teams.

  13. Ron Glover says:

    @Temple, it did have that look.

  14. The Jets just plain stunk last night. They came out flat, were bad on offense and defense and really bad on special teams.

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