Consider yourself fortunate if you carry the NFL package endorsed by Prime in wings and tights. There are some great game within and outside of both conferences this weekend. Two teams with revenge on their minds are the New Orleans Saints who were handled by the Tampa Bay Bucs three weeks ago. The other team is the Pittsburgh Steelers who were embarrassed by the Baltimore Ravens in the season opener.
Other games of note include: Jets at the Bills, the Giants face the Patriots in Foxboro and the Bears look to win their third straight against the Eagles in Philadelphia.
Byes this week: Jaguars, Lions, Panthers and Vikings
Sunday November 6, 2011 at 1pm:
NY Jets (4-3) at Buffalo Bills (5-2) – The Bills face another test from within the division, Fred Jackson is the first half AFC MVP.
Bills 24 – Jets 20
Cleveland Browns (3-4) at Houston Texans (5-3) - Peyton Hillis returns to the Browns who have treaded water in his absence while the Texans await the return of Andre Johnson.
Texans 31 - Browns 14
Miami Dolphins (0-7) at Kansas City Chiefs (4-3) – No one expected the Chiefs to be playing for sole possession of first place when Jamaal Charles and Eric Berry went down.
Chiefs 27 – Dolphins 9
Seattle Seahawks (2-5) at Dallas Cowboys (3-4) – The Cowboys have to find a way to get their offense back into sync, the Seahawks may have the cure.
Cowboys 24 – Seahawks 16
San Francisco 49′ers (5-1) at Washington Redskins (3-4) - The Niners are looking to knock out a reeling Redskins squad that is in serious disarray.
Niners 23 – Skins 13
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-3) at New Orleans Saints (5-3) – We’ll know for sure on Sunday which direction both teams are headed in.
Saints 24 – Bucs 22
Atlanta Falcons (4-2) at Indianapolis Colts (0-8) – The Falcons have become the forgotten team in the AFC South, maybe less pub is good.
Falcons 33 – Colts 13
Sunday November 6, 2011 at 4pm or later:
Denver Broncos (2-4) at Oakland Raiders (4-3) – The things that Tim Tebow will see and hear in Oakland’s Black Hole on Sunday will be anything but holy. Darren McFadden has been ruled out for this game.
Raiders 20 – Broncos 12
Cincinnati Bengals (5-2) at Tennessee Titans (4-3) – No one is talking about the job Marvin Lewis has done this season. The Titans continue to hang on while Chris Johnson gets it together.
Bengals 23 – Titans 20
NY Giants (5-2) at New England Patriots (5-2) – Just as before, the Giants have a better chance than most people think.
Giants 31 – Patriots 23
Green Bay Packers (7-0) at San Diego Chargers (4-3) – The Chargers are still stunned from Monday night’s loss to Kansas City.
Packers 30 – Chargers 17
St. Louis Rams (1-6) at Arizona Cardinals (1-6) – Wasn’t this supposed to be a battle for the divison…oh well.
Rams 21 – Cardinals 16
Baltimore Ravens (5-2) at Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2) - I may wake up sore on Monday morning after watching this one.
Steelers 27 – Ravens 23
Monday October 7, 2010 at 8:30 pm
Chicago Bears (4-3) at Philadelphia Eagles (3-4) – The Bears have given the Eagles problems in their last couple of meetings, the Eagles look to be hitting their stride, should be a good one.
Eagles 29 – Bears 17
Last Week: 8-5
2011 Season: 62-43