The sure-fire picks went 6-2 last week, bringing the season’s record to 27-21. Don’t mind me folks just hitting my stride here.

Last week Hoodie showed mercy on the Titans, pulling Tom Brady early in the second half. And they still beat them 59-0. Good luck Tampa

Last week Hoodie showed mercy on the Titans, pulling Tom Brady early in the second half. And they still beat them 59-0. Good luck Tampa.

New England (-15) vs. Tampa Bay @ London , 1 p.m. Sunday 

In a game that will forever be known as London Massacre, Tom Brady and the Patriots will pick up right where they left off against the Titans – scoring on every drive. Half the crowd will leave at halftime to find some real futbol. Patriots -15.

Indianapolis (-14) at St. Louis, 1 p.m. Sunday

I usually stray away from picking Colts games but c’mon, the Rams? These guys are bad … almost as bad as the Bucs. The Colts are coming off a bye week and will run a clinic on the Rams D. Colts -14.

San Diego (-4.5) at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Sunday

The Chiefs have been scrappy this season, making most every game interesting. But Philip Rivers and a desperate Chargers team will do enough to get out of Arrowhead with a win … and cover. Chargers -4.5

San Francisco at Houston (-3), 1 p.m. Sunday

It seems the Texans are coming into their own – and the 49ers are still flat out overrated. But man, people love them some Mike Singletary. Texans finally get on a roll with a win here. Texans -3.

Buffalo at Carolina (-7), 4:05 p.m. Sunday

Expect one of the most boring games in the history of the NFL. Both teams have an atrocious situation at quarterback. The only question is which wide receiver throws a temper tantrum first – Terrell Owens or Steve Smith? Bills +7.

NY Jets (-6.5) at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Sunday

You know what, I started this Raiders bandwagon before the season started, right or wrong. And daggonit, I can’t jump off it now. I wish I could. Raiders +6.5.

Arizona at NY Giants (-7), 8:20 p.m. Sunday

The Giants were embarrassed in New Orleans last week and will be angry. That’s bad news for Kurt Warner, who will spend a lot of time on his back. Giants -7.

Philadelphia (-7) at Washington, 8:30 p.m. Monday

So let me get this straight. Owner pressures coach into resigning. Coach refuses. Coach can’t call plays anymore. Guy who ran bingo halls a month ago now runs the offense. And these guys couldn’t score to save their lives before this all happened. Eagles -7.

 

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