PFT’s Week Seven picks

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MDS is building his lead.

Through six weeks, he’s now up six games. Last week, he was right on two of our three disagreements. For the week, he went 10-4 and I was 9-5.

For the year, he’s now at 57-35. I’m at 51-41.

This week, we disagree on four games. If he sweeps, I may have to concede.

Chiefs at Broncos

MDS’s take: This game looks a lot more competitive now than it would have looked a couple weeks ago. But I do believe the Chiefs will snap their two-game losing streak and get an important division road win.

MDS’s pick: Chiefs 30, Broncos 20.

Florio’s take: Patrick Mahomes is hobbled, and the Broncos are on a hot streak. If they can control the clock and keep the K.C. offense on the sideline, Denver can continue to reverse that ugly early-season slide.

Florio’s pick: Broncos 24, Chiefs 23.


49ers at Washington

MDS’s take: Washington’s offense will do nothing against the great San Francisco defense.

MDS’s pick: 49ers 16, Washington 3.

Florio’s take: Special season continues for the 49ers, as Kyle Shanahan takes delight in sticking it to the dysfunctional franchise where he once was employed.

Florio’s pick: 49ers 34, Washington 13.


Cardinals at Giants

MDS’s take: This game is only interesting because of Kyler Murray vs. Daniel Jones, but the reason I’m picking the Giants is I have more faith in their defense than I do in Arizona’s.

MDS’s pick: Giants 20, Cardinals 17.

Florio’s take:  Kyler Murray and company are surging, and Daniel Jones and company are stumbling. But the Giants have been losing to good teams, and the Cardinals have been beating some of the worst. New York gets on track — and remains surprisingly alive in the NFC East race.

Florio’s pick: Giants 27, Cardinals 21.


Texans at Colts

MDS’s take: The Texans can take control of the AFC South with a win here, which would put them a game and a half ahead of the Colts and give them the tiebreaker. I think they’ll do it on the strength of a big game from Deshaun Watson.

MDS’s pick: Texans 30, Colts 17.

Florio’s take: It’s round one of the AFC South title series, with the Texans surging and the Colts rested, both teams having beaten the Chiefs in Kansas City. Home team gets the edge.

Florio’s pick: Colts 24, Texans 20.


Raiders at Packers

MDS’s take: I’m not convinced the Packers are as good as their record suggests, but they keep finding ways to win, sometimes with help from the officials, and they should beat the Raiders.

MDS’s pick: Packers 21, Raiders 20.

Florio’s take: Jon Gruden returns to Green Bay, where he spent three seasons become his career took off. With two weeks to get ready, he’ll have something up his sleeve for a Packers team that may not be as good as their record suggests — and that may know they stole one on Monday night.

Florio’s pick: Raiders 24, Packers 23.


Vikings at Lions

MDS’s take: The Lions suffered a heartbreaking loss on Monday night, and that kind of game is hard to come back from. A loss here drops them far down in the NFC North race.

MDS’s pick: Vikings 31, Lions 24.

Florio’s take: This is precisely the kind of game that it seems like the Vikings and Kirk Cousins will win, and that they then will find a way to lose it.

Florio’s pick: Lions 24, Vikings 20.


Jaguars at Bengals

MDS’s take: The Jaguars showed by trading Jalen Ramsey that they’re more about building for the future than winning now, but even then they should beat the terrible Bengals.

MDS’s pick: Jaguars 24, Bengals 21.

Florio’s take: The Jaguars are better than their record suggests. The Bengals are exactly what their record suggests.

Florio’s pick: Jaguars 23, Bengals 13.


Dolphins at Bills

MDS’s take: The Bills keep marching toward the playoffs thanks in large part to an easy schedule.

MDS’s pick: Bills 38, Dolphins 14.

Florio’s take: Even the Bills are 16.5-point favorites against the Gang That Couldn’t Tank Straight. The Dolphins won’t win in Ryan Fitzpatrick’s return to Buffalo, but they’ll keep it interesting.

Florio’s pick: Bills 20, Dolphins 10.


Rams at Falcons

MDS’s take: What can cure an ailing offense? A visit to Atlanta to face the Falcons’ defense. Jared Goff will look a whole lot better against the Falcons than he did against the 49ers.

MDS’s pick: Rams 31, Falcons 21.

Florio’s take: It’s desperation time for the Rams. Desperation time has come and gone for the Falcons.

Florio’s pick: Rams 34, Falcons 17.


Chargers at Titans

MDS’s take: Benching Marcus Mariota for Ryan Tannehill probably won’t make a lot of difference to the incompetent Titans offense. The Chargers will get back on track with a road win.

MDS’s pick: Chargers 24, Titans 14.

Florio’s take: A couple of underachieving teams get together, with the Titans turning to Ryan Tannehill. Tennessee is favored. Which is never good news for Tennessee.

Florio’s pick: Chargers 20, Titans 13.


Ravens at Seahawks

MDS’s take: This should be an outstanding game and I’ve gone back and forth on who I’m picking, but I’m going to have to take the home team.

MDS’s pick: Seahawks 24, Ravens 23.

Florio’s take: A couple of teams with a reputation for defense have potent offenses. Seattle’s is more potent.

Florio’s pick: Seahawks 31, Ravens 27.


Saints at Bears

MDS’s take: The Saints keep winning with Teddy Bridgewater, but the Bears may be the toughest defense Bridgewater has faced, and this is where I think it comes to an end.

MDS’s pick: Bears 14, Saints 7.

Florio’s take: Matt Nagy takes a page from Andy Reid and uses extra time to take down a team that has managed to win four games without its franchise quarterback, and that has a couple of other key offensive players (Alvin Kamara and Jared Cook) banged up.

Florio’s pick: Bears 23, Saints 17.


Eagles at Cowboys

MDS’s take: Dak Prescott has taken his share of criticism in recent weeks, but I’m expecting him to come back with a big game that puts the Cowboys on top of the NFC East.

MDS’s pick: Cowboys 28, Eagles 24.

Florio’s take: Doug Pederson says the Eagles are going to win, but he won’t guarantee it. He shouldn’t. Jason Garrett has a history of digging deep when his back is against the wall, and once again it is.

Florio’s pick: Cowboys 30, Eagles 24.


Patriots at Jets

MDS’s take: The Jets looked a whole lot better with the return of Sam Darnold, but facing the Patriots’ defense is something different for Darnold, who’s going to struggle on Monday night.

MDS’s pick: Patriots 21, Jets 10.

Florio’s take: The Jets are much better with Sam Darnold, but the Patriots are still the Patriots, especially with extra time to prepare.

Florio’s pick: Patriots 34, Jets 20.

80 responses to “PFT’s Week Seven picks

  1. This might be it for the Chiefs. I’m calling it right now, if they lose to the Broncos tonight, their season is over.

  2. Niners 16-3, lol. So you think a team that is averaging almost 30 points a game will have their worst offensive performance of the year against Washington who has the 25th ranked defense? Ok.

  3. Florio’s take: Even the Bills are 16.5-point favorites against the Gang That Couldn’t Tank Straight.
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    Rally? I would say they are doing a great job of tanking. Everyone thinks they are a comedian..

  4. Rams over Falcons – If you can’t beat a rebuilding Cardinals team, you might not beat anybody.

    Saints over Bears – likely one of the best match ups this weekend so between Peyton and Nagy, I’ll go with experience..

    Panthers win – finding a good replacement for Cam.

    Bucs lose – stubbornly sticking with Winston who, I’m sure somehow, will find a way to fumble or throw interceptions this weekend on their bye!

  5. Lions locker room is lost, they lose for sure against the Vikings and fall to 0-2 in the division.

  6. If Stafford plays like he did in Green Bay, the Lions can’t win. He look just like Mitch Trubisky: 200 some yards and zero TDs!

    Vikings 23
    Lions 16

  7. Florio’s pick: Raiders 24, Packers 23.

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    Packers lose at home? The fix is already in.

  8. SWFLPC.INC says:
    October 17, 2019 at 12:46 pm

    Bears over the Saints? How will the Bears even score?

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    Eddie Jackson, Kyle Fuller and other defenders after Teddy throws some picks. No Drew Brees and Teddy Bridgewater against the Bears defense is a recipe for PICK-saster!

  9. The Green Bay Gazette is reporting that the Packers just signed 2 new refs to the team just in time for this weekends game. No word on if they will be traveling with the Packers when the go on the road to face the Chiefs.

  10. Lol glad to see Florio continue to bet against the Pack. I find it interesting that the instant analysts keep pointing out that Detroit should have won Monday night except for bad officiating on late judgement calls when it was a judgment call by one official that gave the Lions their only touchdown Monday. One ref said it was Green Bay’s ball and the cameras seemed to validate that only the ball carriers head crossed the goal line but another official signaled TD and the camera angles could not prove the TD one way or the other. So on one hand yall want to say the official’s judgement call on a highly questionable touchdown is fine and then on the other hand the official’s judgement calls at the end should be scrutinized? I was certain Green bay had stonewalled the Lion ball carrier on that Lions TD but once the play was over I moved on. Fans cannot have it both ways and that is why instant replay is never going to fix the game. There are 22 moving parts on every play and on every single play someone is probably doing something they could be flagged for but we only see the obvious ones. Get over it. Green Bay won and two forth quarter flags were not the only reason they won. A ref gave Detroit a possible gift TD early or it may not have mattered that the refs blew a couple calls late.

  11. Legitimately concerned about the Lions/Vikes game – they usually bust up our O-line and give Staff back problems for the next month. I think Minn is the toughest matchup in the North for the Leos.

    Should be a tight game – couple plays here or there. Hopefully Coleman keeps punching the ball out, might need a timely fumble to pull it out.

    No whammies. Go Leos!

  12. Before making these picks, always look at the point spread first. Then, factor in the horrible officiating. It could make the difference between winning and losing each week on game picks. Those calls on MNF were staged.

  13. PrincePaul says:
    October 17, 2019 at 12:38 pm

    Niners 16-3, lol. So you think a team that is averaging almost 30 points a game will have their worst offensive performance of the year against Washington who has the 25th ranked defense? Ok.
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    You must be a new NFL fan if you think every team performs the same every week…

  14. When Cousins was being trashed by Vikings fans last week after ill advised comments by an Eagles player, I came out and predicted the Vikes would win big and Cousins would play his game of the year. Both happened.

    This week, the highly persecuted Lions and their broken hearted fans will be rewarded for their angst. Lions at home will embarass the Vikes – angst driven and highly persecuted Lions by double digits.

  15. Lions fan: After dreaming of what could be a magical 5 – 0 start to the season had a couple breaks gone our way, the sad reality is that we could easily be 0 – 5 had we not gotten the two or few we did.

    It’s week 7 and we’re pretty much on life support in the D. If the Vikes are anything like they were here last year, expect the plug to get pulled and we can start to dream about next year, before we even get to the halfway point of this one. Pathetic.

  16. Remember this moment: it is the lowest the Bears stock will be the rest of this season. They’ll win this game against the Saints and start a run.

    The schedule doesn’t look nearly as daunting in light of recent events. Saints, Rams, even chiefs, all beatable. Especially with the Best defense that everyone forgot about. The NFC is wide open.

  17. Florio’s picking the long shots — the true indication of a gambler in trouble.

    Pray for him 🙂

  18. After getting screwed continuously last year, I’m relieved GB finally caught a break this past week (even though the refs gifted DET 7 points also on a phantom TD). On to Oakland. Go Pack Go!

  19. KC won’t lose 3 in a row.

    Giants get back on track.

    Houston takes control of the AFC South.

    Both teams are struggling but I think Titans find a way to win. They have a better defense.

    Minnesota should win but won’t.

    Raiders shock the world an win in GB.

    Saints keep marching up the W column.

    Hawks win a close one.

    Cowboys still suck and lose an important game at home.

    Rams, Jags, 49ers, and Pats are all locks to win.

  20. The only things I will predict in the Vikes/Lions game is that there will be no illegal hands to the face calls unless a player grabs a facemask and rips off a players helmet with the head still in it. Well, that and the Vikes O-lnemen won’t whine to the refs like a bunch of 13-year old girls like Bahktiari does.

  21. So if the Chiefs lose to a division opponent, on the road, without 6 starters (3 of which are pro-bowlers), their season is over? All while being 4-3…

    Assuming they get healthy, even a potential 4-3 record, won’t hinder them. But that defense does need to improve for sure.

  22. fishfan77 says:
    October 17, 2019 at 12:40 pm

    Florio’s take: Even the Bills are 16.5-point favorites against the Gang That Couldn’t Tank Straight.
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    Rally? I would say they are doing a great job of tanking. Everyone thinks they are a comedian..

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    Agree, they are going full tank and reset on their team. They have 117 MIL of cap space. That will likely be 132 mil once they cut Albert Wilson and Ryan Fitzmagic and trade Kenyan Drake by next offseason. They have 3 firsts, 2 seconds, and (likely) 2 thirds next year.

    If this isn’t tanking right, I don’t know what else they can do.

  23. Hysterical that with the long history the packers have of famously being on the wrong end of bad calls – a horde of people who have a penchant for conspiracy theories now suddenly see a narrative that fits their bias and they run with it. The refs are not fixing games. Let me say it again. The refs are not fixing games. They have an impossible job and as long as we – the fans, can see replays practically in real time with slow motion and zoomed in looks and they have to make calls on the fly while chasing fast young atheletes – bad calls are inevitable.

  24. after Teddy throws some picks.
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    Bridgewater is known for being safe and secure with the ball. The 2 pics he has this year were Ginn and Kamara’s fault.

  25. The Oakland Raiders are legitimate. Ask the Bears who have one of the elite defenses in the NFL, something GB DOESNT have. I predict Gruden’s team will expose the mediocre Packers and their aging QB just like Philly did and the Lions did before the game was stolen from them.

  26. johnsfsnl says:
    October 17, 2019 at 12:46 pm
    Jets/Patriots will be a lot more competitive than some may think. Wouldn’t be shocked if this game was the Pats first trip-up of the year.
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    The real question is will Fireman Ed show his mug this week? My money is on maybe…for at least the first half then off into the sunset again.

  27. MattPatriciashouldbeinjailwithhillary says:
    October 17, 2019 at 12:56 pm

    Lions locker room is lost, they lose for sure against the Vikings and fall to 0-2 in the division.

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    I agree on both counts concerning your name and statement about the Lions locker falling apart, Patricia is a BIG trouble.

  28. MattPatriciashouldbeinjailwithhillary says:
    October 17, 2019 at 12:56 pm

    Lions locker room is lost, they lose for sure against the Vikings and fall to 0-2 in the division.

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    I agree on both counts concerning your name and statement about the Lions locker falling apart, Patricia is in BIG trouble.

  29. chickensalad43 says:
    October 17, 2019 at 1:32 pm
    Remember this moment: it is the lowest the Bears stock will be the rest of this season. They’ll win this game against the Saints and start a run.

    The schedule doesn’t look nearly as daunting in light of recent events. Saints, Rams, even chiefs, all beatable. Especially with the Best defense that everyone forgot about. The NFC is wide open.

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    Yes, I just copied this and will remember this. I will also remind you repeatedly when Bridgewater takes down the Bears. Why aren’t people talking about Hicks being put on IR. Your second best defensive player is gone. Expect to be in last place soon.

  30. ChickenSalad43, don’t mind the millennial Lions fan living Chicago that thinks he knows everything. He’s consistently wrong on here and always triggered. He’s still up set about last years sweep from Trubisky and Daniel. Another one coming soon as his Lions fall further into the depths of last place.

    #lastplacelions

  31. Patriots 27 Jets 14 I think this game will be close for 3 quarters then the Pats pull away with some turnovers from the defense and some running and passing to Michel. Lock of the week has to be Bills 30 Dolphins 13 this is going to be ugly the Bills defense has another great performance off of Fitzpatrick. Upset of the week give me the Ravens over the Seahawks 20 to 14 as the Seahawks defense isn’t what it used to be although they could easily win with Wilson so this one wasn’t easy to call.

  32. TrubiskyIsGarbageAndTheBearsShouldHaveDraftedMahommes says:
    October 17, 2019 at 2:11 pm
    chickensalad43 says:
    October 17, 2019 at 1:32 pm
    Remember this moment: it is the lowest the Bears stock will be the rest of this season. They’ll win this game against the Saints and start a run.

    The schedule doesn’t look nearly as daunting in light of recent events. Saints, Rams, even chiefs, all beatable. Especially with the Best defense that everyone forgot about. The NFC is wide open.

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    Yes, I just copied this and will remember this. I will also remind you repeatedly when Bridgewater takes down the Bears. Why aren’t people talking about Hicks being put on IR. Your second best defensive player is gone. Expect to be in last place soon.

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    What team IS in last place in the division right now? And was in last place at the end of last season? You talk way too much for a fan of a team that has NEVER done anything and is currently doing nothing.

  33. Rain predicted in Seattle so I give the Ravens a 3 point edge. Meyers leg is inconsistent while Tucker is money. Carson running with a wet ball could lead to a fumble or 2-

  34. The only things I will predict in the Vikes/Lions game is that there will be no illegal hands to the face calls unless a player grabs a facemask and rips off a players helmet with the head still in it. Well, that and the Vikes O-lnemen won’t whine to the refs like a bunch of 13-year old girls like Bahktiari does.
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    If you think a Vikings o-lineman has never complained to a ref (like every other team), purple, you're sadly mistaken. I'll take the "13- year old girl" pro bowler over any other o-lineman in the NFL, hands to the face or not.

  35. Illegalhandstotheface-gate came at a terrible time for the Vikings. I think they would have easily won in Detroit if not for the worst officiating performance we’ve seen in years. Now the Lions are angry and the refs are in makeup mode. If the Vikings win this one, it will be a very impressive victory.

  36. liontuss says:
    October 17, 2019 at 2:36 pm
    Lions 31 Vikes 17. Then my Lions lose 3 in a row.
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    Lions are going to score 31 pts against that run defense and elite secondary? Good luck with that.

  37. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    October 17, 2019 at 3:12 pm
    Illegalhandstotheface-gate came at a terrible time for the Vikings. I think they would have easily won in Detroit if not for the worst officiating performance we’ve seen in years. Now the Lions are angry and the refs are in makeup mode. If the Vikings win this one, it will be a very impressive victory.
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    Totally agree. Roger and the NFL kill two birds with one stone, appease the Lions w favorable calls and at the same time, knock out the one team in NFC North that can threaten GB for a division title. The Fix Is In.

  38. And the Saints still gets no respect. The Bears? Where’s their offense coming from? Which QB do the Saints’ defense fear?

    Seattle had a more formidable and intimidating defense. The Bears have Mack but who else? The freakin’ Raiders beat them!

    Easy victory for the Saints. I’m sure you all will pick the Cardinals to beat them next week too. SMH

  39. The cowboys will probably be a no show again. They are shooting for a wild card berth only to lose!

  40. The Packers will feel like they have something to prove this week after everyone has claimed they were handed a W by the refs last week. Packers 35 Raiders 17

  41. Wow, Thursday and people still talking about the officiating in Monday’s game at Lambeau. GET OVER IT. Bad calls happen. The refs don’t get the benefit of super slow mo replay but what you see is a player’s hand in the neck area and the lineman’s head shoved back. Cannot say it’s a total injustice why the flags were thrown. A couple weeks ago, the big talk following the Eagles-Packers game was a non-call on clear pi on a Packers receiver. You know why the packers lost to the eagles? Non a missed pi. The Packers lost because they turned the ball over, gave Philly three short fields and of 5 trips in the redzone (a couple inside the 5), they only scored one touch down. You know why Detroit Lost? 5 fgs instead of tds. Make your plays and the rest is moot.

  42. MDS, Houston/Indy they play again in November. No lasting tiebreaker benefit regardless of which team wins.

  43. I love Florio’s comment that the Packers might not be as good as their record suggests. Okay, so in his world, they are 3-3 but in the world that matters, they are 5-1.

  44. Upset of the week: Patriots 20, Jets 23

    NE is injured and they have let the likes of the Redskins and Giants stay in the game too long. Jets enter the game coming off a huge win in the Cowboys, and are getting Mosley back. If they play as well as they did against Dallas, they may be able to hold onto a win.

  45. dino2997 says:
    October 17, 2019 at 2:49 pm

    What team IS in last place in the division right now? And was in last place at the end of last season? You talk way too much for a fan of a team that has NEVER done anything and is currently doing nothing.

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    Thank you Dino, you finally said what I have been dealing with for so long. This kid is unreal and as delusional as they come. The haven’t done anything in 62 years and this little fella feels strong behind the keyboard about his dumpster fire Lions! Just about every single Lions fan post is him, he thinks he’s slick by changing his name to make his fanbase look bigger.

  46. jbaxt says:
    October 17, 2019 at 1:43 pm

    So if the Chiefs lose to a division opponent, on the road, without 6 starters (3 of which are pro-bowlers), their season is over? All while being 4-3…

    Assuming they get healthy, even a potential 4-3 record, won’t hinder them. But that defense does need to improve for sure.

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    Yes, it means their season is over. They have a horrible defense, the offensive line is not the same, more teams are running the ball against them because they have been exposed, and Andy Reid is horrible at clock management. They have to play the Packers and Vikings at home, Patriots in Foxborough, Bears in Chicago, and a good Titans’ defense in Tennessee. They’ll be done.

  47. There was a time a number of years ago that Minnesota lost to the Lions about 50% of the time.

    Pros for Detroit….
    Lions are at home, they are pissed off from the Refs HANDING the Packers a win. It seems like the League WANTS Green Bay in the Super Bowl for the NFL’s 100 year anniversary.
    The Lions are a lot better team than they were the last 10 years or so.
    Cousins does NOT play well if his line allows pressure.
    Minnesota is feeling good about themselves..
    Minnesota’s wins were against teams that aren’t that great.

    Pros for Minnesota.
    The Vikings are hitting a very good stride.
    The receivers will be seeing a lot of 1 on 1 coverage, Thielen medium routs, TE’s short routs, Diggs deep,
    Minnesota has finally figured it out, by rolling Cousins out he is a lot more comfortable passing
    Delvin Cook is an animal, running OR receiving.
    Minnesota is pretty healthy now. Zimmer had a sit-down with Cousins, telling him to TRUST himself and his receivers and pull the trigger, it has worked.

    This has the makings for a real hay shaker, It will come down to turnovers and penalties. Possibly OT, Bailey trusts himself again,
    Minnesota 27
    Detroit 24
    A last second field goal, But it could easily be the other way around. If Detroit can get in the backfield and help Mr. Cousins do what he does best.. putting the ball on the ground if pressured!
    Minnesota’s TE’s are due a Big game lets flip a coin, should be a very good game.

  48. PrincePaul says:

    October 17, 2019 at 12:38 pm

    Niners 16-3, lol. So you think a team that is averaging almost 30 points a game will have their worst offensive performance of the year against Washington who has the 25th ranked defense? Ok.
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    Just because their saying they will only score 16 doesnt make it their worst offensive performance. Game script likely says it will be a low scoring game because both the 49ers and Redskins will look to run which keeps the clock running. If sf takes a lead 10 to 0 they would look to run. Ppg also only shows a small stat without looking at their games but the 49ers offense is averaging 26.6 per game(they’ve had 2 defensive tds) which is great but if Garappolo hadnt turned it over multiple times in Pittsburgh they would have scored less but would have been a better game.

  49. Packers have had banged up running backs, now receivers, and they keep winning. That’s called depth.

    When you consider all the silver platter opportunities given to the Lions, and the Packers still came back and won, it’s depth.

    BTW…..one questionable call didn’t lose that game for the Lions. Get real. They couldn’t capitalize against that defense, plain and simple.

  50. Yes, the Bills have thrived thanks in part to any easy schedule. That is why we must admire the Patriots, who have had to grind it out against some of the league’s best so far this year! Bitter? You betcha! Bills Pats rematch should be a dandy.

  51. Ravens defense is terrible, even with Peters. Add to that RW is having an MVP caliber year. Add to that the game is in Seattle. And you guys think this is going to be a close game? Pains me to say it but I see the Ravens getting whupped big in this one.

    Hawks 38
    Ravens 20

  52. Vikings fans are pathetic. While they are known for using the refs as an excuse, now they are saying that if they lose, it’s from bad reffing in the game THE WEEK BEFORE. You can’t make this stuff up.

  53. Refs did not do anything for or against the Vikings. Vikings took the Lions best Sunday punch and punched right back with a 42-30 win

  54. Football Fred says:
    October 17, 2019 at 2:01 pm

    The Oakland Raiders are legitimate. Ask the Bears who have one of the elite defenses in the NFL, something GB DOESNT have. I predict Gruden’s team will expose the mediocre Packers and their aging QB just like Philly did and the Lions did before the game was stolen from them.

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    Funny how the passage of a few days answers these questions.

  55. fatguystrangler says:
    October 17, 2019 at 3:48 pm

    I like your Broncos and Raiders picks, Florio. I like them a lot.

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    Dan Rather says anyone who has a crystal ball eats a lot of glass.

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