Week five already?! Seems like the season just kicked off.
Sunday October 10, 2010
Jaguars over Bills
The Bills quarterback situation needs to be permanently fixed as soon as possible, but it may not happen until the draft in April.
Ravens over Broncos
After an impressive last-second win last week in Pittsburgh, it looks as though Baltimore can play with anyone.
Colts over Chiefs
Peyton and Co. will get their stuff together and hand the Chiefs their first loss of the season, meaning no more undefeated teams after this weekend.
Clay Matthews, the NFL sack leader with seven, is poised for a big game against McNabb and Shanahan's Skins. Rodgers will have a big game as well.
Rams over Lions
Rookie quarterback Sam Bradford has impressed me so far, lets see if he can keep it going.
Panthers over Bears
Jay Cutler was sacked 10 times last week, on national television. That might be a little tough for Chicago to overcome considering he is inactive for today's game due to a concussion. Veteran Todd Collins will make the start.
Terrell Owens had a fantastic game last week, and I wouldn't be surprised if either him or Ochocinco had a great game against Tampa's young secondary.
Falcons over Browns
Thanks to some heads up play from receiver Roddy White, the Falcons shocked San Fran with a last-second game-winning field goal last week. Matt Ryan shouldn't have as much trouble against Cleveland's defense.
Texans over Giants
The New York Giants have been extremely inconsistent so far this season, and with Andre Johnson in the lineup for Houston and Mathias Kiwanuka inactive for New York, Schaub will have plenty of options on the offensive side of the ball.
It seems that every week New Orleans finds a way to come out with the win (well, three out of the four games anyways). With rookie quarterback Max Hall making the start this weekend, Arizona's offense will most certainly be vulnerable against the Saints' defense.
Cowboys over Titans
Chris Johnson isn't exactly having the season he was hoping to have, and Vince Young has struggled at times. This will allow Tony Romo to get his team back to .500.
Chargers over Raiders
It doesn't matter who is playing quarterback for the Oakland Raiders, they always seem to struggle to protect the football. The team's only win came in a game against the Rams in which Darren McFadden ran for 145 yards.
Niners over Eagles
After coming close to upsetting a couple of playoff contenders (Saints and Falcons) it seems as though Mike Singletary's Niners have the ability to hang with anyone despite their 0-4 record.
Monday October 11, 2010
Vikings over Jets
Another great primetime Monday night game is in line for us, and with the arrival/return of Randy Moss and his No. 84 jersey, looks like Favre could have what he needs to win some games in Minnesota.
Bye weeks: Steelers, Dolphins, Patriots, Seahawks
Matt Cassel: AP Photo/Charlie Riedel
James Anderson: AP Photo/Bill Haber
Ahmad Bradshaw: AP Photo/Bill Kostroun