NFL Picks – Week 9

Bengals at Dolphins (Thursday 8:25pm)
This is exactly the type of game that the Bengals normally lose against an inferior road opponent who’s lost 4 in a row. Prove me wrong, Cincy.
Winner: Dolphins

Chiefs at Bills (Sunday 1pm)
Just a hunch here.  Say goodbye to the last undefeated.
Winner: Bills

Chargers at Redskins (Sunday 1pm)
Slowly, RGIII is looking better.  Erase the final 20 minutes of the Broncos game and the Redskins could’ve been on to something.
Winner: Redskins

Falcons at Panthers (Sunday 1pm)
Cam Newton is surging and the Falcons are souring.
Winner: Panthers

Vikings at Cowboys (Sunday 1pm)
Nice way to rebound for the Cowboys after a disasterous last minute meltdown in Detroit last week.
Winner: Cowboys

Titans at Rams (Sunday 1pm)
Remember when the Titans were the NFL’s darlings after a couple of weeks? Payback time for Jeff Fisher.
Winner: Rams

Saints at Jets (Sunday 1pm)
So, let’s see, the Bengals put up 49 on the Jets (with 2 defensive TD’s) last Sunday. Drew Brees must be licking his chops after throwing 5 TD’s last week against Buffalo.
Winner: Saints

Bucs at Seahawks (Sunday 4pm)
Lucky Bucs. They’re winless, get to travel cross-country and they get to face the Seahawks, who are smarting from Monday’s disappointing performance against the Rams.
Winner: Seahawks

Eagles at Raiders (Sunday 4pm)
The Eagles are a mess right now.
Winner: Raiders

Steelers at Patriots (Sunday 4:25pm)
The Pats are simply looking to get through this one and get to the bye without any more season ending injuries.
Winner: Patriots

Ravens at Browns (Sunday 4:25pm)
Two teams with zero handle on what they are and what they can be this season.
Winner: Ravens

Bears at Packers (Sunday 8:30pm)
The Packers are rollin’ offensively, even without Randall Cobb and James Jones. That’s a scary thought.
Winner: Packers

Colts at Texans (Sunday 8:30pm)
Is there anyone left offensively for the Texans to count on? Andre Johnson’s getting awfully lonely with all these injuries.
Winner: Colts

Last week: 11-2
Season: 84-36


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