PFT’s Week Six picks

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Through five weeks, we’re still separated by only one game. And with the most disagreements we’ve had in any week all year, Week Six could shake things up.

After splitting on a pair of Week Five disagreements, MDS and yours truly disagree on four games this week. Which gives me a chance to open up a five-game lead, or for MDS to break out in front by three. Or somewhere in between.

For the year, I’m at 51-26 (66.2 percent) and MDS has a record of 50-27 (64.9 percent). For the full slate of picks, let it scroll. Down the highway.

Falcons at Saints

MDS’s take: I don’t think the Falcons are as good as their undefeated record suggests, but I do think the Saints are every bit as bad as their 1-4 record suggests. New Orleans has the worst defense in the NFL, and Drew Brees and the offense are struggling, too. The Falcons should win this one easily.

MDS’s pick: Falcons 30, Saints 20.

Florio’s take: The Falcons continue to soar through the early portion of their schedule. The Saints continue to fly into closed windows.

Florio’s pick: Falcons 27, Saints 17.

Bengals at Bills

MDS’s take: The Bengals will keep rolling along against an injury-plagued Bills team. Cincinnati is a title contender, and Buffalo is at far less than 100 percent.

MDS’s pick: Bengals 28, Bills 13.

Florio’s take: The Bengals are for real. The Bills may or may not be. Without quarterback Tyrod Taylor and running back LeSean McCoy, they aren’t. As a result, the Bengals continue the push toward not losing in the wild-card round by not having to play in it.

Florio’s pick: Bengals 28, Bills 20.

Broncos at Browns

MDS’s take: This is a closer game than people would think because the Broncos’ offense is awful right now, and Josh McCown is playing better than anyone could have expected. I’m tempted to take the Browns in an upset, but I’m just not sure if Cleveland can put enough points on the board against an excellent Denver defense.

MDS’s pick: Broncos 10, Browns 9.

Florio’s take: I love a good story. And the Browns toppling the unbeaten Broncos would be a great story. So I’m tempted to pick the Browns to win. But the Broncos have an excellent defense along with just enough firepower on offense to score at least one point more than Cleveland. Which in a world obsessed with next-gen stats is still the only stat that matters.

Florio’s pick: Broncos 24, Browns 17.

Bears at Lions

MDS’s take: If the Lions don’t win this one, they may be winless for a long, long time. But the Bears’ defense is just weak enough that even the terrible Lions’ offense might be able to move the ball on them.

MDS’s pick: Lions 24, Bears 21.

Florio’s take: If the Lions don’t win this one, they may not win any. With the Bears turning it around after an 0-3 start, it won’t be easy. With Lions fans bailing on the home team, it will be even harder.

Florio’s pick: Bears 20, Lions 13.

Texans at Jaguars

MDS’s take: I’ve been saying all year that Bill O’Brien should go to Brian Hoyer and stick with him, so I’m tempted to take the Hoyer-led Texans to win in Jacksonville. The problem, however, is that Houston struggles in all phases of the game, and a quarterback can only do so much. The Jaguars will win in the worst game of the day.

MDS’s pick: Jaguars 14, Texans 10.

Florio’s take: The Texans finally give the ball back to Brian Hoyer. They never should have taken it from him. He’ll prove why on Sunday.

Florio’s pick: Texans 30, Jaguars 20.

Chiefs at Vikings

MDS’s take: The Chiefs are quickly falling apart, and the Vikings are establishing themselves as an NFC wild card contender. The Vikings should win this one handily.

MDS’s pick: Vikings 28, Chiefs 10.

Florio’s take: The Chiefs will need a lot more than 65 Toss Power Trap to pull of a win at Minnesota, especially with Jamaal Charles done for the year. Meanwhile, Brad Childress returns to Minnesota as a member of the Kansas City staff. (It’s safe to say no one will be picking him up at the airport.)

Florio’s pick: Vikings 30, Chiefs 20.

Washington at Jets

MDS’s take: The Jets have the best pass defense in the NFL, and Kirk Cousins throws way too many interceptions. I see Cousins throwing three picks in an ugly game.

MDS’s pick: Jets 27, Washington 10.

Florio’s take: Washington will win plenty of games this year. Against a rested Jets team with a stout defense, Washington is unlikely to pick up a third victory.

Florio’s pick: Jets 23, Washington 17.

Cardinals at Steelers

MDS’s take: The Cardinals have shown this season that they can exploit opposing teams’ weaknesses as well as anyone. I expect their defense to force Michael Vick into a few turnovers, and their offense to attack the Steelers’ secondary. Pittsburgh won’t have an answer.

MDS’s pick: Cardinals 31, Steelers 13.

Florio’s take: More than three years ago, the Steelers “retired” Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, who has since won the coach of the year award twice. With Arians back, his former star pupil, Ben Roethlisberger, still injured, and the Steelers working on a short week after a return from San Diego, advantage Cardinals.

Florio’s pick: Cardinals 24, Steelers 20.

Dolphins at Titans

MDS’s take: Dan Campbell’s tough-guy act is swell, but it’s going to take more than the Oklahoma drill to turn around a bad Dolphins team. The Titans are playing better football than they’re getting credit for, and they’ll take it to the Dolphins.

MDS’s pick: Titans 24, Dolphins 10.

Florio’s take: If the new-look Dan Campbell Dolphins can’t win this one, they may not win very many. And while I’m impressed with Tennessee’s ability to compete, I’m not impressed with their inability to finish.

Florio’s pick: Dolphins 28, Titans 23.

Panthers at Seahawks

MDS’s take: The Seahawks are running out of time to get things turned around, and they’ve got the undefeated Panthers coming to town. This is the week when Seattle makes a statement.

MDS’s pick: Seahawks 24, Panthers 6.

Florio’s take: The Panthers have played the Seahawks close and tough the last three years, with a trio of one-score regular-season losses in Charlotte and a closer-than-the-score-suggests 31-17 playoff loss in Seattle. Like last year, the Panthers are getting the Seahawks immediately after they’ve picked up their third loss. Which is bad news for a team trying to keep pace with the Falcons.

Florio’s pick: Seahawks 23, Panthers 17.

Chargers at Packers

MDS’s take: Aaron Rodgers won’t have another three-turnover game at Lambeau Field. Certainly not this week. Maybe not ever. The Chargers lost a heartbreaker on Monday night, but they’ll lose a blowout this time.

MDS’s pick: Packers 34, Chargers 14.

Florio’s take: It’s a short week and a long trip for the Chargers, who are underachieving at 2-3. Even if they bring their very best, they still won’t have enough to beat the Packers in their own building.

Florio’s pick: Packers 37, Chargers 21.

Ravens at 49ers

MDS’s take: Neither of these teams is very good, but the 49ers are a lot worse. The Ravens will move the ball well and get some big plays from the special teams to win in San Francisco.

MDS’s pick: Ravens 23, 49ers 20.

Florio’s take: It’s a Super Bowl XLVII rematch, with similar implications for the loser, who will be 1-5 and done. The winner at 2-4 may also be done. With inside information from his brother, Jim, John Harbaugh should be able to come up with a way to shut down the 49ers offense.

Florio’s pick: Ravens 27, 49ers 20.

Patriots at Colts

MDS’s take: The Deflategate rematch will be a blowout like the original Deflategate game. Patriots roll in Indianapolis, with fully inflated footballs.

MDS’s pick: Patriots 31, Colts 10.

Florio’s take: The Colts pulled the pin on the #DeflateGate grenade. The Patriots will say all the right things before the rematch. And then the Patriots will do everything they can to make the Colts regret running their mouths to the league.

Florio’s pick: Patriots 49, Colts 17.

Giants at Eagles

MDS’s take: I’m not sold on everything Chip Kelly is doing, but the offense does seem to be rolling, and the Giants’ defense is struggling. The Eagles should win a high-scoring game.

MDS’s pick: Eagles 34, Giants 31.

Florio’s take: The Giants are finding a way to win and forging a genuine sense of team. The Eagles haven’t been sufficiently consistent to trust in a game with significant implications in the NFC East.

Florio’s pick: Giants 28, Eagles 23.

92 responses to “PFT’s Week Six picks

  1. Hopefully the bengals don’t get caught looking ahead to their bye against a pretty good bills defense. They seem to have an issue with giving up a couple of big plays each week, so I expect this to be another tight one.

    Bills 17
    Bengals 20

  2. Not as good as their undefeated record suggests?? The Falcons are 5-0 at this point in the season. They have earned every win. They may not be as good as another 5-0 team in your opinion but they are as good as their record suggests.

  3. Falcons vrs Saints…

    Hmmm should be interesting.

    Rival games seem to always be close, but the Saints are god awful on defense ranked 32nd in the league.

    I think the Falcons will handle the Saints in swampland.

    35 – 17. Falcons..

    Saints fans may be booing their own team by the second qtr.

    Good luck Brees, handling this new Falcons Defense.

    Here’s to a clean game.

  4. The Bills will upset the Bengals. I’m not sure how they’ll do it, but there would be no more Bengals-like thing to do than have a big overtime comeback win against the NFC champs and then come out and lay an egg on the road before the bye against a team playing their backup QB.

  5. I think the Giants are the better team. Eagles win this game because the Giants are banged up. The Giants will take game 2 to win the division later.

  6. Keep hating on the Panthers.

    I see it now, Panthers win in Seattle and the headline will read, “Seattle not as good as we thought” when it should read “Panthers are legit”.

    BTW, hate on the Panthers because they have not beaten a good team but who has Seattle beat? The bears and lions. Both horrible teams.

    Panthers 20
    Seahawks 16

  7. Oh look, yet another Bengals playoff joke. What are you going to do for material next year when they win in the playoffs this year?

  8. Carl Gerbschmidt says:
    Oct 15, 2015 9:43 AM

    Vikes sure do seem to be looking past the Chiefs. I’ll take the team that has actually won a Championship.

    Vikes have zero Super bowls.
    ________

    I wouldn’t go to Vegas with that betting strategy. I guess you expect the Saints to beat the Falcons, and Bengals-Bills will end in a tie.

  9. Carl Gerbschmidt says:
    Oct 15, 2015 9:43 AM

    Vikes sure do seem to be looking past the Chiefs. I’ll take the team that has actually won a Championship.
    ______

    How do you get that from two writers picking the Vikings? They aren’t on the team, you know.

  10. No amount of Colts’ bannermen at the gates with hidden needles and bags of lies will be able to overcome the ice in Brady’s veins as the Super Bowlers walk right through the stable wall. Winter has come early to Indy.

  11. if the patriot – colts game was an early game, cbs would be switching to a more competitive game before halftime

  12. Vikes sure do seem to be looking past the Chiefs. I’ll take the team that has actually won a Championship.

    Vikes have zero Super bowls.
    _________________

    Are you sure the Vikings have no super bowls? By my memory, they have been to 4. They didn’t win any, but they have been there.

    And show us proof, not just a packer fan saying it, that the Vikes are looking past the Chiefs.

    Didn’t think so.

    If the Packers don’t start playing better, they are going to look past the Vikings and forget to find a running game.

  13. .
    It will be a tough break for NBC if Luck bails. Their audience wants Luck vs Brady, not George Blanda’s kid brother.
    .

  14. Bears poor defense? They’re ranked in top 5 points scored against. Do your homework. Although I am a Bears fan, I see this as a trap game. Bears 13 Lions 17

  15. Watching the Ravens play football this season has been a chore. I have no earthly reason as to why they are favored to win this weekend.

    49ers 17
    Ravens 13

  16. Panthers have feasted on bottom feeders all season while the Seahawks got a bad break at the start–@ Rams, @ Packers. Throw in an @ Bengals five weeks in and that’s rough sledding for any team. Scheduling explains some of Seattle’s issues.

    Not so with the Panthers. They have beaten really stinky teams and are in for a wake-up call with a pair of REAL football teams in Seattle and Green Bay next two weeks. We will see how they do.

    My money says they are not near enough up to the task. So I guess I’m a hater (?)

  17. I wish the Patriots would run up the score as much as they are capable of. They won’t because it doesn’t make sense to. But just know that whatever the score ends up being, if the Patriots were not such a disciplined team, it would have been much worse.

  18. Think about what you are saying ,
    Bengals 6-0. Not likely. Bills are beat up, but playing at home. Between crowd noise and Bills front 4 , Dalton will have a chance to get in touch with his inner Andy.

  19. “the Bears’ defense is just weak enough that even the terrible Lions’ offense might be able to move the ball on them.”

    Aren’t they ranked fourth in total defense? Granted, they may not be piling up sacks and turnovers but I think they have gotten better since week 2 and terrible seems like an incorrect assessment.

  20. don’t walk into the game overconfident like we did against san francisco.

    please show childress on the jumbo screen, the boos would be awesome.

    oh, and Carl. It was ME!!!! bwahahahha!! thanks for the helmet!

  21. The march to 0-16 will not be slowed this week. The Lions are expected to win, and will respond by another home field let down.

    Shame on you for calling out Lions fans, once again. There is no fan base that has had to put up with more. It’s a miracle we still even show up at all.

  22. Ravens and 49ers. Hard to believe these teams were in the super bowl just a few years ago. How far they have fallen. Both teams have so many weaknesses and are so unpredictable. Would not surprise me if the Ravens won by 20. Would not surprise me if the Ravens lost by 20.

  23. I have Chilly’s team over Zimmer’s team. Chilly also ranks over Zimmer as a head coach, because he was able to beat teams with a winning record once in a while, and at least enjoyed some degree of success.

    Zimmer is the definition of hapless and tasteless.

  24. MDS not showing Steelers much respect. Lose by 18 at Heinz? I don’t think so. They may lose but not by 18. Bell is a beast.

  25. grizzly224 says: Oct 15, 2015 9:50 AM

    Keep hating on the Panthers.

    I see it now, Panthers win in Seattle and the headline will read, “Seattle not as good as we thought” when it should read “Panthers are legit”.

    BTW, hate on the Panthers because they have not beaten a good team but who has Seattle beat? The bears and lions. Both horrible teams.

    Panthers 20
    Seahawks 16
    ……………….
    While I don’t agree the Panthers are legit, nor do I think they’ll win, I cant disagree with the last part of your statement. That’s a great point. And I feel your pain on the headline thing.

    All that said too- in 2013 I insisted until that Monday night game vs NE and the road win at SF that the Panthers were garbage, and they proved me wrong. So they may very well again.

  26. If the Packers don’t start playing better, they are going to look past the Vikings and forget to find a running game.

    =================================

    Are you serious? The Pack is 5-0 and hasn’t won a game by less than 8 points. I will agree they aren’t playing all that great which is pretty scary to think about.

    The Chiefs only getting 4 points against a Vikings team that all the “experts” love looks a bit odd. I’d be worried Viking fans…

  27. Dont be surprised if the Panthers go into Seattle and win. Also if you are gonna pick an upset, pick the Browns to beat Denver. McCown has played better than anyone has expected and is on par for comeback player of the year.

  28. Oh how I’d love to shut all you Pats fans up with a statement victory Sunday night!!

    But I don’t see it happening. You’ll be flapping your gums more than ever come Monday unfortunately.

    Pats 38
    Colts 17

    – Colts fan

  29. Carl Gerbschmidt says:
    Oct 15, 2015 9:43 AM
    Vikes sure do seem to be looking past the Chiefs. I’ll take the team that has actually won a Championship.

    Vikes have zero Super bowls.

    ———————————————————–

    But, but the Vikings won the NFL championship in 1969 – before the merger – so technically they won a championship even though they lost the Super Bowl against the Chiefs, cuz that was before the merger, so it’s a real championship. Did I mention the Vikings have a championship cuz it was before the merger, so technically…..

    Some Vikings fans actually have posed such an argument.

  30. The last full season Brad Childress was their head coach, the Vikings finished 12-4 and were a patented Favre pick from going to the Super Bowl.

    The year before, they were 10-6 and played in their first home playoff game in a decade…with Tavaris Jackson as the starting quarterback.

    Yes, folks, there will be a lot of booing for this man in Minnesota. Not because of what he did with the team, but because this is the true colors of the Minnesota Nicers. The most fickle, despicable, uppity, entitled fans in the history of planet Earth.

  31. I’d be happier if it was like 21 Pats v. 3-7 Colts, rather than something like 56-21.

    We all know the Pats O is off the charts, and it should only get better as the group keeps gelling. I really want to see the D improve from week to week.

  32. obsessedvikingfan says: Oct 15, 2015 10:04 AM

    Vikes sure do seem to be looking past the Chiefs. I’ll take the team that has actually won a Championship.

    Vikes have zero Super bowls.
    _________________

    Are you sure the Vikings have no super bowls? By my memory, they have been to 4. They didn’t win any, but they have been there.
    ………………….
    But, his post says vikes have 0 superbowls- aka they haven’t won any. No one ever said they hadn’t made one.

  33. ruvelligwebuike
    Oct 15, 2015, 9:53 AM CDT
    The last full season Brad Childress was their head coach, the Vikings finished 12-4 and were a patented Favre pick from going to the Super Bowl.

    The year before, they were 10-6 and played in their first home playoff game in a decade…with Tavaris Jackson as the starting quarterback.

    Yes, folks, there will be a lot of booing for this man in Minnesota. Not because of what he did with the team, but because this is the true colors of the Minnesota Nicers. The most fickle, despicable, uppity, entitled fans in the history of planet Earth.
    ——
    Well, you’re just wrong. I didn’t even know Childress was still in the NFL. And I don’t care. Good for him. I wish him well. But, if you aren’t a part of my team, I don’t care.

  34. Yep, This is the week when the Seahawks make a statement. The statement will be that the O-line really IS THAT BAD, the LOB has lost a step, and the national media will finally have to quit hoping the Seahawks aren’t just a media team this year. Book it.

  35. The Colts are probably dusting off their moving fans and planning to flee the state again. I hope Roscoe and Cletus have the speed traps and hay bale ramps ready.

  36. I still don’t understand the infatuation this site has for the Minnesota Vikings.
    They’re terrible with a mediocre defense and one of the worst offenses in the league, with the exception of one child abusing running back.

    They have the worst QB in the conference and the most insufferable fans in the NFL.
    But, as long as Florio and Co. say they got the goods………….

  37. rootpain says:Oct 15, 2015 11:12 AM

    rootpain says:
    Oct 15, 2015 10:32 AM
    rootpain says:
    Oct 15, 2015 10:21 AM
    coldwater32301 says:
    Oct 15, 2015 10:07 AM
    Let me be the first to say this… The Patriots lose Sunday… Indeed…
    ___________________________________
    I hate the word “indeed”. Where does it come from anyway? And who uses it?

    Anyway, the Patriots in a blowout Sunday 47-13.
    Indeed.

  38. ruvelligwebuike says:
    Oct 15, 2015 10:53 AM

    Yes, folks, there will be a lot of booing for this man in Minnesota. Not because of what he did with the team, but because this is the true colors of the Minnesota Nicers. The most fickle, despicable, uppity, entitled fans in the history of planet Earth.
    ________

    Entitled? This from a fan of a team whose official fan slogan is “better football for better people,” who thinks the Packers should be seeded directly into the Super Bowl every year, and who gets upset if anyone anywhere suggests that the Vikings might be able to win a game sometime.

  39. The Colts have been hearing for 9 months just how bad the Pats were gonna make them look this game. If they have an ounce of pride for this AND GETTING CHEATED UPON, they’re the ones that lay the boom on NE at home.

    Colts 30
    Pats 33

    hah. See what I did there? You all thought I’d take the Colts. Nope. I want to see my boys beat Brady for a FOURTH straight time and end ANOTHER undefeated season in a few weeks. Yup.

  40. Boy oh boy….MDS and Florio have really changed their tune on the Jets since the preseason. Both predicting them to go to 4-1. Guess the circus left town, huh guys?

  41. wafflestomp says:
    Oct 15, 2015 11:41 AM
    I still don’t understand the infatuation this site has for the Minnesota Vikings.
    They’re terrible with a mediocre defense and one of the worst offenses in the league, with the exception of one child abusing running back.
    ————-
    Everything you just said can be disputed with actual stats…

  42. wafflestomp says:
    Oct 15, 2015 11:41 AM
    I still don’t understand the infatuation this site has for the Minnesota Vikings.
    They’re terrible with a mediocre defense and one of the worst offenses in the league, with the exception of one child abusing running back.
    ———
    As of today, the Vikings hold the last Wildcard spot.

  43. Frazier28/7 says:
    Oct 15, 2015 10:19 AM
    don’t walk into the game overconfident like we did against san francisco.

    please show childress on the jumbo screen, the boos would be awesome.

    oh, and Carl. It was ME!!!! bwahahahha!! thanks for the helmet!

    ——–

    Give it back or you’ll be hearing from our lawyers.

  44. coldwater32301 says:
    Oct 15, 2015 10:07 AM

    Let me be the first to say this… The Patriots lose Sunday… Indeed…
    ……………………………………….

    indeed….trying to throw cold water on this fire, are we?

  45. ruvelligwebuike says:
    Oct 15, 2015 10:53 AM

    Yes, folks, there will be a lot of booing for this man in Minnesota.
    ————-
    He’s an assistant coach. When will the fans boo for him? During introductions? When he touches the ball?

    It really feels like you’re just reaching for a complaint here.

  46. The Bears defense is so weak that is the 4th ranked defense in the NFL. Checking the facts and the stats before repeating what has been said for months before the start of the season, before even one single snap would be played, could be a good idea at times

  47. iloveagoodnap says:
    Oct 15, 2015 11:16 AM
    obsessedvikingfan says: Oct 15, 2015 10:04 AM

    Vikes sure do seem to be looking past the Chiefs. I’ll take the team that has actually won a Championship.

    Vikes have zero Super bowls.
    _________________

    Are you sure the Vikings have no super bowls? By my memory, they have been to 4. They didn’t win any, but they have been there.
    ………………….
    But, his post says vikes have 0 superbowls- aka they haven’t won any. No one ever said they hadn’t made one.

    ——

    Vikings have been to 4 Super Bowls. But haven’t won a Lombardi. So the Vikings have 4 SB appearances.

  48. ejmam1 says:
    Oct 15, 2015 12:01 PM

    Florio, Niners 44, Ravens 4. Ravens will continue their playoff push and climbing the PFT power rankings.

    ———————————————–

    Do you even watch football? The Ravens have been in every game this year only for their defense to cough it up in the end. The 49ers are statistically a far worst team than the Ravens. If anything, this is win 2 for Ravens. But it will be a high scoring team since the 49ers can’t stop a runny nose and our secondary just came in off the street.

  49. One team that is definitely not as good as their record suggests is the Packers. They have not even played a team with a winning record so far this year. Their 5th ranked defense will be shredded by a decent team.

    I would definitely bet the farm that when they play Denver after their bye week, they will be beat by 10 points at least!

  50. TO ANYONE THAT WILL LISTEN !….find a bookie or fly the vegas and bet every dime you have on the bengals demolishing the bills (or at least covering). mark my words. you will win the bet. you will thank me come monday. remember what i say here. the bills are awful.

  51. You know things are different when both (alleged) pundits pick the Bengals to go 6-0 and the majority of comments ignore it.

  52. zimmer is the definition of hapless and tasteless huh?

    are you retarded or 5? he’s one of the most respected coaches in the league and turned the 32nd ranked defense into a top ten unit in less then a year. grow up tokyo.

  53. “I would definitely bet the farm that when they play Denver after their bye week, they will be beat by 10 points at least!

    Talk is cheap — do you have a farm to bet?

    If so, you’ll soon be off your land.

  54. Newton will have more temper tantrums, and the black puddy tats will have their tails between their legs. If he can’t be the star, he will sulk and pout. Maybe he will grow up some day? Maybe?

  55. Honesty and integrity requires folks to report suspected repeated cheating (Four major NFL Investigations !) Obviously, these are traits that do not exist on the NE Cheaters. Their moto is to win at any cost, and their small minds just can’t fathom strong morals or ethics. They have been schooled in the Bele-cheat art of deception; therefore, they will try to punish the Colts. Small minds find it impossible to comprehend leadership characteristics.

    Brady claims he was vindicated by judges ruling, but that has little bearing on the truth, when he is buying justice. His statement really equates to “Nobody has video evidence, therefore it really didn’t happen. BS Brady!!!!!!

  56. So the Vikings have 4 SB appearances. Yeah…and the Bills have 4 SB appearances IN A ROW!! But they didn’t win either.
    No one cares about the runner-up, win or go home.

  57. Bengals administer a historic beat down of the Bills. If you look at it objectively, the Bengals just have much better talent. And the Bills injuries don’t help. As for the home crowd advantage – we’ve seen that disappear as soon as the better team (Pats, Giants) punch the Bills in the mouth.

  58. The Steelers bullied the Chargers at the lines of scrimmage.

    The Packers are stronger at the lines than the Steelers (along with having a better QB than Vick and better secondary than the Steeler’s nobody crew).

  59. bloodybj says:

    Bears poor defense? They’re ranked in top 5 points scored against. Do your homework. Although I am a Bears fan, I see this as a trap game. Bears 13 Lions 17

    ———————————

    yep poor defense. bears are ranked 28th in points allowed. you should do your homework

  60. onegamedoesnotaseasonmake says:
    Oct 15, 2015 11:13 PM

    bloodybj says:

    Bears poor defense? They’re ranked in top 5 points scored against. Do your homework. Although I am a Bears fan, I see this as a trap game. Bears 13 Lions 17

    ———————————

    yep poor defense. bears are ranked 28th in points allowed. you should do your homework
    ________

    This is interesting. The Bears actually are ranked 29th in points allowed, but they’re ranked 4th in yards allowed. Both are imperfect measures of the quality of a defense, but you don’t often see that big of a disparity between them.

  61. Bills
    Bears
    Panthers
    Titans

    Upset special.. Call your guy tell him thesmartestmanever sent you.

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