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PFT’s Week 11 picks

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The good news?  I picked up two games on MDS last weekend.  The bad news?  I’m still behind by five.

The worst news?  Since we only disagree on two games this week, I don’t have much of a chance of narrowing the gap.

For the week, I was a measly 8-6.  Which means MDS was a pathetic 6-8.  (Almost as pathetic as my 5-8 from Week Nine.)

For the year, he’s 95-52 on the season, and I’m 90-57.

For all our picks — and based on our recent performances we suggest doing the opposite, for amusement purposes only — read on.

Colts at Titans

MDS’s take: The Colts and Titans had the two worst performances in the NFL on Sunday. Losing to the Rams by 30 is humiliating, and losing to the Jaguars by any amount is even worse. Now they have to shake it off on a short work week. The 4-5 Titans can pull to within a game of the Colts in the AFC South with a win, but I trust Indianapolis to rebound from last week more than I trust Tennessee.

MDS’s pick: Colts 24, Titans 20.

Florio’s take:  But for Gary Kubiak collapsing at halftime and the Texans plummeting into disarray with a 24-6 lead, the Colts would be 1-3 over the last four weeks.  Even worse, they lost by 30 at home to the Rams.  While that’s a lot to recover from on a short week, the Titans lost to the Jaguars — and they’ve lost their starting quarterback.  Again.

Florio’s pick:  Colts 20, Titans 17.

Jets at Bills

MDS’s take: I haven’t been able to figure out the Jets all season, so why should now be any different? On paper they look to me like a better team than the Bills, and yet I think the Buffalo defense can give Geno Smith fits and lead the Bills to a low-scoring win.

MDS’s pick: Bills 9, Jets 6.

Florio’s take:  The Jets break their win-one-lose-one trend by facing a team that has lost plenty, along with the interest of its fans.  Geno Smith moves to 2-0 against the only quarterback drafted in front of him.

Florio’s pick:  Jets 24, Bills 16.

Ravens at Bears

MDS’s take: The Bears’ playoff hopes took a huge hit with last week’s loss to the Lions, while the Ravens’ playoff hopes stayed alive with last week’s win over the Bengals. This week things will go in the other direction. The way to beat the Bears is to run the football, and the Ravens are terrible at running the football. The Bears will take this one.

MDS’s pick: Bears 27, Ravens 17.

Florio’s take:  No more excuses for Joe Flacco.  While his weapons are diminished, so is the Chicago defense.  And the Bears have once again resorted to Josh McCown.

Florio’s pick:  Ravens 23, Bears 17.

Browns at Bengals

MDS’s take: This is a big game in the AFC North. If the Browns win they’ll be just half a game behind the Bengals, and they’ll own the head-to-head tiebreaker. The Browns are playing good football recently and the Bengals are struggling, and this has all the makings of a huge win for Cleveland and yet . . . I just can’t pick the Browns. A.J. Green will make enough big plays to win this one.

MDS’s pick: Bengals 28, Browns 20.

Florio’s take:  The Bengals are unbeaten at home.  But they haven’t played at home since losing Geno Atkins for the year.  And the Browns finally have found a quarterback.  A Cleveland sweep would throw the AFC North into complete disarray, but it’s time for the Bengals to reverse the slide.

Florio’s pick:  Bengals 27, Browns 20.

Raiders at Texans

MDS’s take: This should be Sunday’s ugliest game, as neither team is particularly good in any phase. The one compelling aspect of this matchup is that both teams have young quarterbacks who have shown flashes of talent. I’ll trust a healthy Case Keenum to make a few more big plays than Terrelle Pryor on a bum knee, and that will be the difference.

MDS’s pick: Texans 27, Raiders 20.

Florio’s take:  It’s the Sam Rosen-Bill Maas game of the week.  And if the Texans can’t find a way to break a seven-game slide against a slumping team that is getting close to the point where Matt McGloin should get a tryout, the Texans may not win another game this year.

Florio’s pick:  Texans 24, Raiders 14.

Cardinals at Jaguars

MDS’s take: The Jaguars turned in one good game against the Titans, but they won’t make it two in a row. The Cardinals’ defense is too good and the Jaguars’ offense is too bad for this game to be close.

MDS’s pick: Cardinals 21, Jaguars 6.

Florio’s take:  The Jaguars surprised the Titans.  The Jaguars won’t be surprising anyone else this year.  Especially not the playoff contenders with great defenses.

Florio’s pick:  Cardinals 24, Jaguars 9.

Chargers at Dolphins

MDS’s take: The locker-room distractions are an issue for the Dolphins, but a bigger issue on Sunday is that the Dolphins just don’t have the kind of defense that matches up well with the Chargers’ passing attack. San Diego will put a lot of points on the board in Miami.

MDS’s pick: Chargers 34, Dolphins 24.

Florio’s take:  The up-and-down Chargers face the down-and-out Dolphins.  If Miami can’t beat the Bucs, it’s hard to see them beating the Chargers.  Or pretty much anyone.

Florio’s pick:  Chargers 28, Dolphins 20.

Redskins at Eagles

MDS’s take: Philadelphia is rolling with Nick Foles right now, and he should put up more big numbers against a bad Washington secondary. When these teams played in the Monday night opener Philadelphia jumped out to an early lead and Washington couldn’t catch up, and I see this game going the same way.

MDS’s pick: Eagles 30, Redskins 23.

Florio’s take:  The Eagles haven’t won at home since September 30, 2012.  And yet they’re 5-5.  The Redskins are 3-6 for the second straight year.  And yet they think they can once again turn things around.  More importantly, the third-round pick from 2012 is currently looking a lot better than the second overall selection from last year.

Florio’s pick:  Eagles 30, Redskins 20.

Lions at Steelers

MDS’s take: This could be a trap game for Detroit, which is celebrating being in first place this late in the season for the first time since the pre-Matt Millen era. Unfortunately for Pittsburgh, an old and slow defense can’t keep up with the Lions’ offense for four quarters. Look for the Lions to get off to a sluggish start but put the Steelers away late.

MDS’s pick: Lions 31, Steelers 20.

Florio’s take:  The Lions haven’t won in Pittsburgh since Bobby Layne was the quarterback.  Of the Lions.  A full 58 years and four days later, the Lions are good and the Steelers are bad and yes it’s that simple.

Florio’s pick:  Lions 27, Steelers 21.

Falcons at Buccaneers

MDS’s take: The Bucs are a bad team, but they’re not as bad as people think. There’s a lot of talent on that defense, and Mike Glennon is playing solid football as a rookie quarterback. The Falcons are on a path from first to worst in the NFC South, and a loss in Tampa Bay will show just how far Atlanta has fallen.

MDS’s pick: Buccaneers 21, Falcons 20.

Florio’s take:  It’s the Battle for the Basement, Part II.  The Falcons have done nothing to show that they’ll be able to beat the Bucs, or anyone, on the road.

Florio’s pick:  Buccaneers 21, Falcons 13.

49ers at Saints

MDS’s take: The 49ers’ offense is struggling mightily, while the Saints’ offense is exploding. Hard for me to see the 49ers going to New Orleans and winning.

MDS’s pick: Saints 31, 49ers 17.

Florio’s take:  Last year, Colin Kaepernick cemented his grip on the starting quarterback job by beating the Saints in New Orleans.  This year, the questions regarding whether the Niners kept the wrong guy will intensify.

Florio’s pick:  Saints 34, 49ers 24.

Vikings at Seahawks

MDS’s take: This will be an easy win for the Seahawks, who continue their march to the No. 1 seed in the NFC. I’ll be surprised if the Vikings keep it close.

MDS’s pick: Seahawks 41, Vikings 10.

Florio’s take:  Regardless of whether Percy Harvin plays (or doesn’t) for the Seahawks or whether he was playing for the Vikings, it won’t matter.  The Seahawks are far superior, and they’re playing where they never lose.

Florio’s pick:  Seahawks 27, Vikings 10.

Packers at Giants

MDS’s take: A couple weeks ago this looked like an easy win for the Packers. Now Aaron Rodgers is hurt, and Seneca Wallace is hurt too, and the Giants are playing better, and all of a sudden it looks like an easy win for the Giants.

MDS’s pick: Giants 24, Packers 13.

Florio’s take:  Scott Tolzein vs. non-Eli Eli Manning.  Is there anything else on TV then?

Florio’s pick:  Giants 24, Packers 17.

Chiefs at Broncos

MDS’s take: The pressure in this game is on the Broncos.  If the Chiefs, who already have a one-game lead in the division, were to win on the road at Denver, they’d establish themselves as the clear favorites to win the AFC West. But I expect the Broncos to turn in one of their best games of the season and win this one handily.

MDS’s pick: Broncos 35, Chiefs 20.

Florio’s take:  The Colts provided the blueprint . . . for holding the Broncos to 33 points.  The Chiefs have the defense to do the same thing.  As long as they can score 34.

Florio’s pick:  Broncos 33, Chiefs 27.

Patriots at Panthers

MDS’s take: The Patriots’ offense is getting better after a rough start to the season, but they’re running into a buzz saw in Carolina, where the Panthers’ defense has been outstanding. Carolina will win a tough, physical game.

MDS’s pick: Panthers 24, Patriots 10.

Florio’s take:  The Panthers have the ability to do to Tom Brady what the Giants did to Tom Brady in Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl XLVI.  And they will.  Repeatedly.

Florio’s pick:  Panthers 20, Patriots 13.

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64 Responses to “PFT’s Week 11 picks”
  1. slyall41 says: Nov 14, 2013 10:33 AM

    The Panthers are going to beat Tom Brady……..????

    I think not. Especially coming off the bye week. Patriots by 10 easy.

  2. arwiv says: Nov 14, 2013 10:35 AM

    Looks like MDS is going to romp…..agree with both the bills and bears picks. I think the raiders may pull off the “upset” at Texans.

  3. usdcoyotesfan says: Nov 14, 2013 10:41 AM

    Packers 45 Giants 10

  4. rsoandb says: Nov 14, 2013 10:42 AM

    Broncos fan & CO resident here. 30% chance of snow Sunday, cold + bad ankle = uh-oh. BUT,
    Bronos win 28-24.

  5. groleo45 says: Nov 14, 2013 10:43 AM

    Makes me extremely nervous when the Lions are favored on the road. Learned not to trust it.

  6. southpaw2k says: Nov 14, 2013 10:47 AM

    The Ravens’ running game is atrocious. The Bears’ defense is a patchwork group of guys after losing the likes of Henry Milton, Charles Tillman, and Lance Briggs. The Ravens can’t score more than 20 points a game, and they won’t need to this week.

    Ravens 16
    Bears 13

  7. bennyb82 says: Nov 14, 2013 10:51 AM

    It should be noted that Matt Stafford, the guy who is helping to defeat the Bobby Layne curse, actually went to the same high school as him.

  8. jbaxt says: Nov 14, 2013 10:54 AM

    While I hope the Chiefs beat Denver I don’t see it happening at Denver. That said, I don’t see KC giving up 30 points. That game will be decided in the 1st qtr in my opinion. If they’re getting to Manning, KC will likely force some turnovers. And if Manning is hobbling around Denver could be in trouble.

    Go Chiefs!

  9. jsho55 says: Nov 14, 2013 11:04 AM

    I’m not to sure what to expect from the Panthers come Monday night. The teams they have played are a combined 26-48. And the Patriots coming off the bye have a tremendous record.

  10. braceyourselffor12 says: Nov 14, 2013 11:06 AM

    Upset of the week, Vikings over Seattle. One of the worst teams taking care of the most overrated.

  11. assuredmutualdestruction says: Nov 14, 2013 11:11 AM

    If frisco loses to the Saints, we’re going to see widespread panic from all the niner trolls.

  12. brazzz01 says: Nov 14, 2013 11:16 AM

    The Panthers have the type of defense that have given Brady fits over the years. We’ll find out how good the Pats are on Monday night.

  13. thefootballgodssay says: Nov 14, 2013 11:20 AM

    GIANTS WIN 24-6

  14. mrwalterisgod says: Nov 14, 2013 11:20 AM

    Seahawks win + Niners loss = inevitable division title for Seattle.

  15. ravgt says: Nov 14, 2013 11:28 AM

    Ravens defense is stepping up. They played very well against the Bengals despite the offensive woes. I believe the Ravens have turned the corner and I expect a W in a low scoring, boring game.

  16. fmlizard says: Nov 14, 2013 11:31 AM

    The idea that Denver is much more impressive is overrated. They only win their games by an average of 3 ppg more. The two teams have played similar schedules. KC is basically a Seattle clone but the perception is still a year behind.

    Defense and running the ball are never overrated. Chiefs in the upset 27-23.

  17. steelcurtainn says: Nov 14, 2013 11:41 AM

    The defense is back. Steelers win 20- 13 at home over lions.

  18. Go-Hawks! says: Nov 14, 2013 11:49 AM

    Seattle has beat good teams and struggled against bad teams. Vikings isn’t a sure win for the Seahawks. The Seahawks will need to bring their best game and keep the pressure on the Vikings.

  19. The Great Ted Thompson the Genius says: Nov 14, 2013 12:09 PM

    Why did you rank KC #1 in the power rankings if you were going to pick them to lose?

  20. jetsmmt says: Nov 14, 2013 12:15 PM

    Upset picks: I’ll take the Bucs over the Falcons, the Ravens over the Bears, and the 49ers over the Saints.

  21. teek77 says: Nov 14, 2013 12:16 PM

    The Patriot/Panther game should come down to whether Brady can manage to score with less time in the pocket, trying to find receivers who don’t know where they are supposed to be. Of course, they can always depend on their all-star committee of running backs. Could prove to be an interesting game.

  22. malvaren18 says: Nov 14, 2013 12:20 PM

    Patriots are going down big on Sunday

  23. jerruhjones says: Nov 14, 2013 12:35 PM

    Browns sweep the Bungles!

    Go Brownies!!!

  24. joetoronto says: Nov 14, 2013 12:41 PM

    The more 3 and outs the Chiefs have with that flat pass offense, the more possessions for Peyton Manning.

    That adds up to points.

  25. azarkhan says: Nov 14, 2013 12:51 PM

    The Panthers will be stepping up in class when they play NFL royalty on Monday night. Time to see if they are for real.

  26. beelicker says: Nov 14, 2013 12:53 PM

    Absolutely love the Bobby Layne reference!

  27. johnclaytonsponytail says: Nov 14, 2013 12:55 PM

    Saints don’t lose at home. If Saints handle business, Vikings can pull of an upset, and Pats cheat themselves a win would be a dream scenario for a perfect weekend.

  28. ratsfoiledagain says: Nov 14, 2013 1:04 PM

    braceyourselffor12 says: Nov 14, 2013 11:06 AM

    Upset of the week, Vikings over Seattle. One of the worst teams taking care of the most overrated.
    ******************
    Just curious. Why are they overrated? Other than because you simply do not like them.

    Is it because they are 9-1 this year?

    Is it because they are 14-2 in the past 16 regular season games?

    Is it because they are 8-2 in their past 10 road games? (But, they cannot win on the road)

    Is it because they have a top 10 defense?

    Is it because they have a top 10 offense?

  29. fwippel says: Nov 14, 2013 1:07 PM

    Would love to see a Viking upset at Seattle, especially in light of the return of Percy Harvin. If the Viking defense can play the entire game the same way they played the second half against the Redskins, they’ve got a shot.

  30. securb2013 says: Nov 14, 2013 1:15 PM

    This Chargers blowout will signal the end of the Ireland era in Miami.

  31. infectorman says: Nov 14, 2013 1:19 PM

    Carolina giving a point to NE, almost a pickem…

    NE wins outright….Sorry Cam

  32. sdelmonte says: Nov 14, 2013 1:19 PM

    I live in NYC. The Giants are home. Therefore, there will be no other games for me to watch. Oy.

  33. WACANHFL says: Nov 14, 2013 1:19 PM

    If frisco loses to the Saints, we’re going to see widespread panic from all the niner trolls.

    ______________________
    That is just it, the whiner fans are all trolls.

  34. baltimoresnativeson says: Nov 14, 2013 1:20 PM

    Finally, a Monday night game people care about.

  35. seattlelibtard says: Nov 14, 2013 1:23 PM

    Some good games this weekend. good times.

  36. contra74 says: Nov 14, 2013 1:33 PM

    usdcoyotesfan says:
    Nov 14, 2013 10:41 AM
    Packers 45 Giants 10
    —-
    HAHAHAHA – oh man, my side hurts from laughing so much. Oh man, packer fans provide pure comedy gold.

  37. kwjsb says: Nov 14, 2013 1:47 PM

    We asked Clubber Lang for his prediction for the Browns vs Bengals …….
    Lang said “PAIN”

  38. thirtyrackdash says: Nov 14, 2013 1:51 PM

    malvaren18 says:
    Nov 14, 2013 12:20 PM
    Patriots are going down big on Sunday

    The Patriots/Panthers game is on Monday…

  39. jax9113 says: Nov 14, 2013 2:09 PM

    The SNF and MNF games are awesome this week. Finally.

  40. usdcoyotesfan says: Nov 14, 2013 2:18 PM

    Ravens defense is stepping up. They played very well against the Bengals despite the offensive woes. I believe the Ravens have turned the corner and I expect a W in a low scoring, boring game.
    ———————————————————–
    Low scoring games are boring, you say? Congrats, goodell (lowercase intentional). You’re ruining the fans.

  41. southpaw2k says: Nov 14, 2013 2:25 PM

    The Great Ted Thompson the Genius says:
    Nov 14, 2013 12:09 PM
    Why did you rank KC #1 in the power rankings if you were going to pick them to lose?

    ————————————————–

    Please give me a rational, logical explanation for why power rankings mean anything in November.

  42. shatho1 says: Nov 14, 2013 2:26 PM

    upsets of the week packers over the giants , 49ers over the saints, redskins over the eagles

  43. weepingjebus says: Nov 14, 2013 2:28 PM

    Tom Brady, on MNF, with everyone doubting him? My condolences, Carolina.

  44. heeeeelzfan says: Nov 14, 2013 2:28 PM

    Weather could be a factor in Charlotte Monday night. Rain is a possibility. Colts fan here. As I have been saying, when the injuries start piling up on either side of the ball (Bradshaw, Ballard, Allen, Wayne on offense), it catches up. Don’t think Indy wins tonight. Teams have figured it out. Take Hilton out of the game. Period.

  45. whitdog23 says: Nov 14, 2013 2:38 PM

    no such thing as a trap game. schedule maker has no way of knowing how teams’ seasons will go….and schedule a ‘trap’ 6 months in advance

  46. scotrugby says: Nov 14, 2013 2:42 PM

    Brady coming off of a bye? Yeah, it will be close, but I would have to take the Pats. I love how Carolina is playing though.

    I think the donkeys lose in a close one at home.

    And I think the Browns win in Cincy. The Bengals look a little shaky to me.

  47. padraighansen says: Nov 14, 2013 3:00 PM

    While I believe GB will lose to the Giants, it won’t be because of Tolzien; it will be because of the soft as pudding defense. I actually believe Tolzien is a big upgrade over Seneca Wallace. He’s nowhere close to Rodgers, but he’s much better than people think.

  48. tshirttom says: Nov 14, 2013 3:00 PM

    Lions will have an easy time beating the Steelers 31-10. Young and fast verses old and slow.

  49. thebirdofprey2 says: Nov 14, 2013 3:00 PM

    The Sunday and Monday Night games are going to be both excellent this weekend.

    The fans doubting the Panthers can beat Tom Brady coming off a bye. You haven’t watched that defense play. Patriots are missing starting RT and Panthers two edges rushers are destroying people plus there are two young nasty DT’s getting inside push.

    Saints at home could get nasty for 49ers especially if NO can shut down the run game.

  50. chicagogiantsfan says: Nov 14, 2013 3:20 PM

    malvaren18 says:
    Nov 14, 2013 12:20 PM
    Patriots are going down big on Sunday
    ———————————————————

    If so, then they are probably going to lose TWICE this week. I mean, they have to play Monday night, too.

    And who says the Patriots get treated favorably by the NFL?

  51. goldrush36 says: Nov 14, 2013 3:21 PM

    inevitible #1 seed for hawks also means the inevtible adios in the playoffs. Just like every other since the 01 Rams. The tears will be glorious as they flop.

  52. assuredmutualdestruction says: Nov 14, 2013 3:28 PM

    Get ready to see the Seattle offense explode. Starting O line…intact. Harvin…playing. Wilson with extra time to throw…you know the maestro can slice and dice when you give him time. Golden Tate one on one coverages…infinite. And Beastmode is just…Beastmode. The juggernaught is coming.

  53. deltaoracle says: Nov 14, 2013 3:35 PM

    McCarthy said that there were going to be changes on the Packers’ D; so far none have been announced. If he meant they’re going to play with passion, it’ll be very interesting to see how that pans out on Sunday. I don’t think it’ll be an “easy” win for the G-Men, but if it is then McCarthy and/or Thompson will have to think long and hard about where they go from here.
    Assuming Manning (P) is relatively healthy, we should learn a lot about how good KC really is this week.

  54. mzew233 says: Nov 14, 2013 3:38 PM

    Anybody who thinks that the Patriots have a chance at losing on Monday, cannot call themselves an NFL fan and apparently missed all patriots games in the last 8 years.
    Brady is about to show on Primetime, why he is and always has been the best primetime performer.

    He is about to show once and again why Spygate is irrelevant, why he is the greatest ever. Why he is taking a group of name tag receivers to a #2 seed.

    Cue all the spygate posters, but every single primetime game they have been in for 10 years, has been because NE is ALWAYS a relevant team. Always a primetime audience. Whoever plays them takes it as their biggest game of the year.

    Cue all the spygate posters for the rest of the season and the NFL. Your about to be shown again why your arguments are dirt.

  55. joemammy says: Nov 14, 2013 4:00 PM

    MDS says: “A.J. Green will make enough big plays to win this one.”

    ————————-

    Yep…but, first, Joe Haden will have to fall off the face of the Earth. Good luck with that.

    Haden OWNS A.J. Green.

  56. jayniner says: Nov 14, 2013 4:51 PM

    Before you go counting out the Niners this weekend against the Saints, consider who the Saints have played at home:

    Matt Ryan – Atlanta’s D
    Carson Palmer – Arizona’s D
    Ryan Tannehill – Miami’s D
    Thad Lewis – Buffalo’s D
    Tony Romo – Couboys D

    They haven’t played a team quite like the Niners at home yet….just sayin.

  57. imthaschmidt says: Nov 14, 2013 5:07 PM

    Titans run the ball and beat the colts – 21-17

  58. trollaikman8 says: Nov 14, 2013 5:10 PM

    The Cowboys should be able to edge Bye at home.

  59. cliverush says: Nov 14, 2013 6:08 PM

    A certain writer appears to be a little biased against an all star QB. Was it the picture of TB on the beach with GB?

  60. touchdownvulture101 says: Nov 14, 2013 8:19 PM

    “mzew233 says:
    Nov 14, 2013 3:38 PM
    Anybody who thinks that the Patriots have a chance at losing on Monday, cannot call themselves an NFL fan and apparently missed all patriots games in the last 8 years.
    Brady is about to show on Primetime, why he is and always has been the best primetime performer.

    He is about to show once and again why Spygate is irrelevant, why he is the greatest ever. Why he is taking a group of name tag receivers to a #2 seed.

    Cue all the spygate posters, but every single primetime game they have been in for 10 years, has been because NE is ALWAYS a relevant team. Always a primetime audience. Whoever plays them takes it as their biggest game of the year.

    Cue all the spygate posters for the rest of the season and the NFL. Your about to be shown again why your arguments are dirt.”

    Relevance doesn’t matter when you haven’t won a super bowl in almost 10 years and you talk like you have been undefeated the entire time. Peyton, Rodgers, hell even Eli Manning get just as many primetime games each year as well. Brady was/is one of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of football and a huge ratings draw and challenge for all teams, that’s not even a question, but this is the most homer-ish statement I have ever heard. I’ve seen many Patriots games in the last 8 years and seen them choke a playoff game to Indy, Baltimore and lose 2 super bowls to the Giants. This is why most people I know outside of New England hates Patriots fans

  61. ravgt says: Nov 15, 2013 9:37 AM

    usdcoyotesfan says:Nov 14, 2013 2:18 PM

    Ravens defense is stepping up. They played very well against the Bengals despite the offensive woes. I believe the Ravens have turned the corner and I expect a W in a low scoring, boring game.
    ———————————————————–
    Low scoring games are boring, you say? Congrats, goodell (lowercase intentional). You’re ruining the fans.
    _______________________
    I didn’t mean it would be boring because it will be low scoring. Just take a look at Flacco sitting on the bench when Raven’s D is on the field. He looks bored out of his mind.

  62. mancave001 says: Nov 15, 2013 2:11 PM

    Such a HUGE game for the Eagles. Win and you likely take sole possession of first place, not to mention breaking the home losing streak.

    Lose and the fans will have pitchforks, calling for Foles’ head, and and at least buying the supplies to make their “Fire Chip” signs. #Nervous

  63. tooz72 says: Nov 16, 2013 8:57 AM

    Just McGloin Baby!!!!!!!

  64. kws1949 says: Nov 16, 2013 9:02 AM

    Seattle at home VS….the NFL. This SHOULD be a cake walk for the Seahawks, but they’re known to play down to the level of their competition.

    Still, it’s difficult to ignore that 3/5 of their starting line is together for the first time in several games…and the running game functioned like a well oiled machine last week without them.

    If they play as they’re capable of playing, this has all the makings of a Seattle blow out. If they play to the level of the competition, as is their wont this year, it could be too close to be comfortable.

    Go Hawks….be the class of the NFC you’re supposed to be!!

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