This game is in San Diego though, which either means massive blowout (either direction) or Chargers fritter away a lead. PS: Sorry man, but San Diego has got this in the bag.Looking like the Chargers and Broncos will be the class of the AFC. Giants at Cowboys JK: Now this will be a game of American leather egg ball.
JK: Candy corn isn’t good, but it also doesn’t really come in trick or treating bags. PS: The AFC East is a terrible division, and for that reason the Patriots will still be a top seed in the AFC.
Jets at Patriots JK: As I overheard someone saying the other night, Jets win this one setting up a 30 point defeat to Buffalo next week.
I am picking against them by default (they’d lose anyway).
PS: Now is probably when the Seahawks go on an insane tear until the playoffs, right? Browns at Jaguars JK: I know you get this game as a result of Division A plays Division B, but I don’t think anyone would object to fudging the schedule a bit to avoid this one.
Jacksonville wins by virtue of not being Cleveland. But the Bills do look good and will be in contention for the wildcard all season.
PS: Cleveland beat Pittsburgh handily last week, which means that we won’t see Johnny Manziel for a long time. Bengals at Colts JK: Still could be a good game, but not as good as we thought it would be. Their defense has slumped a bit but getting Minnesota at home should get them back on track. Dolphins at Bears JK: Bears looked good last week and I’m not sure how Dolphins can fare out of their home enviroment (aka on dry land), so go Chicago. Green Bay will pull away easy, but I figure that the Bears will stick around. Saints at Lions JK: Legitimately not playing Drew Brees in this matchup. PS: Jimmy Graham going down has officially ruined both my fantasy teams.
No AJ Green and the Cincinnati defense losing its edge gives Indy the edge. Andy Dalton is nice, but not without the second-best WR in the game (although people do forget about Larry Fitzgerald easily). I still need Brees to play well though, and I figure he’ll go nuts against the Lions. Panthers at Packers JK: Two quarterbacks run around and make throws they really shouldn’t. PS: Except one can actually make them, and one can’t. Chiefs at Chargers JK: Chiefs haven’t been embarrassing since week one, but the Chargers are hot.
Once upon a time (ok, two years ago), NYU Brocal had this lovely little series called Gridiron G-chat. There’s obviously been a ton off the field this season that has overshadowed the actual records of each team, so it’s going to take me a few more weeks to key in on surprises and non-surprises. They actually warn you at the Tower of London that the ravens will come after you. In real life, falcons would definitely be able to crush ravens. Decent color schemes though, although the Titan’s uniforms are a bit more creative. PS: This is what football and non-RGIII Washington games have reduced us to.
The concept was simple: every week, two bros would gather around the warmth of their laptops and chat about that weekend’s games. JK: As Cotton Mc Knight would say, it will take a little while for the proverbial Cinderellas to turn back into proverbial pumpkins. Picking by uniforms (and I agree with your choice).