Ron Glover’s Week 10 NFL Picks: Houston Texans and Chicago Bears prepare for a defensive struggle



Charles Tillman’s play this season has grabbed the attention of President Obama.

Sunday’s marquee game has the 7-1 Houston Texans traveling to Soldier Field to take on the 7-1 Chicago Bears. This highly anticipated matchup has two of the NFL’s top defenses going head up.

Byes: Browns, Cardinals, Packers and Redskins

Sunday November 11, 2012 (Games beginning at 1 pm):

Oakland Raiders (3-5) at Baltimore Ravens (6-2) – Carson Palmer knows this team well. I’ll take the Raiders in a stunner.

Raiders 23 – Ravens 19

Detroit Lions (4-4) at Minnesota Vikings (5-4) – The Lions inconsistencies continue.

Vikings 24 – Lions 22

Atlanta Falcons (8-0) at New Orleans Saints (3-5) – If the Falcons are going to be had, this is the week.

Saints 28 – Falcons 27

New York Giants (6-3) at Cincinnati Bengals (3-5) – The Giants get back on the horse this week. Expect a big game from Ahmad Bradshaw.

Giants 27 – Bengals 13

Buffalo Bills (3-5) at New England Patriots (5-3) – The Bills make this a game, but miscues will be their undoing.

Patriots 35 – Bills 20

Denver Broncos (5-3) at Carolina Panthers (2-6) – The Panthers are playing better. I’m not sure they have enough momentum to knock off the Broncos.

Broncos 27 – Panthers 17

San Diego Chargers (4-4) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-4) – The Buccaneers will continue their push towards the postseason.

Bucs 23 – Chargers 10

Tennessee Titans (3-6) at Miami Dolphins (4-4) – The Dolphins let one get away last week against the Colts. There won’t be a repeat against the Titans.

Dolphins 21 – Titans 13

Games beginning at 4 pm or later:

New York Jets (3-5) at Seattle Seahawks (5-3) – The Seahawks defense makes a joke of the Jets offense.

Seahawks 27 – Jets 10

St. Louis Rams (3-5) at San Francisco 49ers (6-2) – The Rams make big strides in this game, but will come up short.

49ers 24 – Rams 17

Dallas Cowboys (3-5) at Philadelphia Eagles (3-5) – In a season where much doesn’t matter in Philly, this game does.

Eagles 30 – Cowboys 21

Chicago Bears (7-1) at Houston Texans (7-1) – Charles Tillman welcomes his daughter into the world with a statement victory.

Bears 17 – Texans 13

Monday November 12, 2012 8:30 pm:

Kansas City Chiefs (1-7) at Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3) – The Steelers wake up Tuesday morning co-leaders in the AFC North.

Steelers 23 – Chiefs 13

Last Week: 10-4

2012 Season: 80-52

7 Responses to “Ron Glover’s Week 10 NFL Picks: Houston Texans and Chicago Bears prepare for a defensive struggle”

  1. Michelle says:

    Ron… I’m hearing Taps playing when I think of your Eagles… Too many holes in this team.

  2. Ron Glover says:

    Michelle, I’ve been hearing it for sometime now. A win today would just prolong the inevitable.

  3. mapoui says:

    the eagles have been exposed. they are not a good team.

    the Eagles team is par for the course when a way of doing things is spent, run its useful course. coach Reid can no longer put out a good team.

    and the league knows the content and limits of Reid’s coaching now, and are ready for the Eagles all over the place

    Mr Laurie as per his quality as an owner has waited a year, perhaps 2, too long to retool his organization

    exemplary in this type of situation was Irsay of the Colts, who quickly realised or recognized the day, and moved with speed and decision to make his organization current

    Laurie can use the example

  4. mapoui says:

    Listen…there is no one here with me at this moment so I bet myself that Fitzpatrick would throw and interception and end the game.

    that’s Fitzpatrick all the way. that guy will break a lot more hearts before he is done

  5. mapoui says:

    pheeew! what a week! I am getting killed.

    Atlanta cant cover…Miami not only cant cover but gets killed. and the Giants lose big time.

    then Buffalo beats the spread but loses anyway. maaaan!

    same phenomena is likely responsible for the gorgeous weather outside. I should be at the park not inside watching football.

    seves me right..this week

  6. mapoui says:

    Houston appears to be the somewhat stronger team, especially on offense.
    but Houston has been getting a very friendly game from the officials.

    Same thing against Tomlin’s team last week.

    as we seeing games called white against black head coaches?

    Chicago should have at least 9 points on the board… if not 13

  7. ch555x says:


    I said the same thing about the Bears in the 1st half: dropped balls, fumbles, etc. probably cost them a TD or 2. Once Cutler left, I turned the channel….not a bad loss, however.