Well, my 4-4 week is progress, but things are still looking pathetic with a 15-24 record for the season. I have a bad feeling about this set of picks, meaning, I’ll probably strike gold.

Don't make fun of my picks or Pacman will punch you right in the face.

Don't make fun of my picks or Pacman will punch you in the face. That's a promise.

St. Louis at Washington (-13.5), 1 p.m. Sunday
The Rams had a bye week and my guess is they are going to come back even worse than before. The Redskins are playing incredible football and will destroy the Rams. Redskins -13.5

Miami at Houston (-3), 1 p.m. Sunday
The Texans are going to be very angry after they choked away a win against the Colts. In my crystal ball I can see Mario Williams taking out his anger on someone, probably Chad Pennington. Texans -3.

Cincinnati at N.Y. Jets (-9), 1 p.m. Sunday
The Bengals are getting better and almost knocked off two of the best teams in the league over the past couple weeks (Giants and Cowboys). Ocho Cinco wanted to kiss the Dallas star but he’s going to have to settle for that Jets emblem thing. Bengals +9.

Detroit at Minnesota (-13.5), 1 p.m. Sunday
Every dog has its day and the Lions will have their’s on Sunday. By having its day, I mean the Lions won’t lose by 20 points. UCF’s finest, Kevin Smith, will find the endzone to help the cause. Detroit +13.5

Jacksonville at Denver (O/U 48), 4:05 p.m. Sunday
Denver’s offense has sputtered the past two weeks and is due for an explosion. Mile High is just the place to do it and the Jaguars are the team to cooperate. Over 48.

Green Bay at Seattle (-1), 4:15 p.m. Sunday
After getting humiliated by the Giants I have to believe Mike Holmgren will have his troops ready to play at home. The Aaron Rodgers experiment is starting to look a little shaky. Seahawks -1.

Philadelphia at San Francisco (O/U 42.5)
Without Brian Westbrook the Eagles’ offense will struggle on the road. Despite the Mike Martz’s new science project – J.T. O’Sullivan – getting off to a respectable start, the 49ers offense is still challenged. Under 42.

N.Y. Giants (-9) at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m. Monday
The Browns need to right the ship coming off a bye week and with Kellen Winslow’s status up in the air, it won’t be easy. The Giants are undefeated and going strong, but the Browns will show some fight at home on Monday night. Browns +9.

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