NFL–Week 12 Picks

by - November 25, 2010 - - 2 Comments »

I’m going streaking! (10-6 last week; 79-70-5 on the season)…

New England (-7.5) over Detroit: Needs no explanation.

New Orleans (-5) over Dallas: Jason Garrett is not some sort of genius and the Saints have won their last three games by an average of over 18 points.

Cincinnati (+9.5) over New York Jets: I’m waiting to see the Jets blow away an inferior opponent. This might be the game but I’ve gotta see it first.

Carolina (+10) over Cleveland: This game might feature the worst starting quarterback matchup of all time. Therefore I predict an ugly, close game that doubles as one of the worst games of all time.

Green Bay (+2) over Atlanta: Two teams that appear to be on the same level. I think Green Bay is a little better. We’ll see if I’m right.

New York Giants (-7.5) over Jacksonville: Two 6-4 teams. One I believe is better than their record, one I believe is worse. This line seems awfully high considering the Giants injuries. I’m not falling for it. New York wins big.

Washington (-1) over Minnesota: Two teams in turmoil, one of them still has a shot.

Pittsburgh (-6.5) over Buffalo: Back to Earth, I’d like you to meet Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Tampa Bay (+7.5) over Baltimore: I’ll drink the Kool-Aid enough to take the points.

Houston (-6.5) over Tennessee: Rusty Smith???

Kansas City (-2) over Seattle: I hate the NFC West.

Oakland (Even) over Miami: Mediocrity bowl. I’ll take the home team.

Philadelphia (-3.5) over Chicago: The undefeated Michael Vick versus Jay Cutler…hmmmm

Denver (-4) over St. Louis: No idea.

San Diego (+3) over Indianapolis: Feels like a field goal game either way.

San Francisco (-1) over Arizona: Wait for it…I hate the NFC West.

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2 Responses to “NFL–Week 12 Picks”

  1. Dan says:

    Kc joyner of says that mike vick has been more lucky then good, not saying hes right but the dude breaks down tape and breaks down football to a science

  2. Ray P. Guy says:

    I definitely agree with your Steelers pick. It would be a crime if Ben Roethlisberger, an individual that fits the description of 6 foot 5 inches 241 lb. caucasian male, does not forcibly impose his will on the much weaker opponent.

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