Why go on, you may ask. Why continue to make picks that are so bad … so wrong?

With a 38-64-1 record, the sure-fire picks’ ability to get it wrong on such a consistent basis is remarkable and should be commended, not scorned.

Just think of the possibilities if you would've gone against the sure-fire picks each week this season.

Just think of the possibilities if you would've gone against the sure-fire picks each week this season.

 Cleveland at Tennessee (-14), 1 p.m. Sunday
The Browns couldn’t beat a lackluster Colts’ team at home with Derek Anderson at quarterback. Now they travel to Tennessee with Ken Dorsey under center. Enough said. Titans -14.

Minnesota (-10.5) at Detroit, 1 p.m. Sunday
The Lions have one of the worst run defenses ever and Adrian Peterson is a man possessed. So, the Vikings will probably run for 300 yards and destroy the Lions. It would make sense to take the Vikings here, right? Lions +10.5.

Jacksonville at Chicago (O/U 40), 1 p.m. Sunday
The Jaguars defense isn’t good anymore. In fact, it was dissected by the Texans last week. Expect more of the same from the Bears. Over 40.

Philadelphia at NY Giants (-7.5), 1 p.m. Sunday
Donovan McNabb and the Eagles responded to adversity with one of their best efforts of the season. I expect the same on Sunday, and they’ll at least keep this close. Eagles +7.5.

Miami at Buffalo (Even), 4:05 p.m. Sunday
The Dolphins and Bills are playing in Canada somewhere. How do you figure this one out? The coin flip worked last week. Heads … Dolphins. Dolphins win.

Kansas City at Denver (-9), 4:05 p.m. Sunday
Last time the Broncos were at home, they were beaten soundly by the Raiders. Will lightning strike twice? No way. Broncos -9.

St. Louis at Arizona (-14), 4:15 p.m. Sunday
The Cardinals looked average against some quality competition the past two weeks. Now they get back to playing against the NFC West, which is possibly the worst division in NFL history. Cardinals -14.

Washington at Baltimore (O/U 35.5), 8:15 p.m. Sunday
Cold, windy, ugly. Expect plenty of runs up the middle and little to no scoring. Under 35.5.

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