I’ve had a tough couple of weeks (5-12), and I don’t expect it to get much better considering how the NFL schedule looks. Let’s see if I can bounce back.
3 games that interest me:
New England Patriots @ New York Giants – 4:25 p.m.
- This game should be fun considering the past of Tom Brady vs. Eli Manning.
- Manning is 3-1 against Brady, of course including two Super Bowl victories. I think Brady cuts into that deficit Sunday.
- Patriots on the road.
Minnesota Vikings @ Oakland Raiders – 4:05 p.m.
- I have yet to buy in to Minnesota, especially on the offensive side of the ball. I think the Raiders have a special offense.
- Raiders at home.
Arizona Cardinals @ Seattle Seahawks – 8:30 p.m.
- The NFC West always features fun divisional games. This one should be no exception.
- Seahawks really need to win this game to hang around the top of the division, and they’re home, so I will give them the slight edge.
- Seahawks at home.
Houston Texans @ Cincinnati Bengals – Monday Night Football
- Locks are hard to come around in the NFL these days, but I can not imagine the Bengals losing their first game of the season at home against the Texans.
- Bengals at home.
Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos – 4:25 p.m.
- Broncos lost their first game Sunday. They’re not losing two in a row.
- Broncos at home.
Chicago Bears @ St. Louis Rams – 1:00 p.m.
- I like the Rams coming off a tough loss to bounce back at home, although Jay Cutler and the Bears are not as bad as people think.
- Rams at home.