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Week 9 NFL picks

By LaVar Arrington

Falcons over Bucs The Bucs have looked good but the Falcons will fly.

Bears over Bills The Bears are bad but not as bad as the Bills.

Patriots over Browns Come on, do I really need to explain?

Jets over Lions This will be an entertaining game. This is my must watch.

Saints over Panthers The Bayou Boys will role.

Ravens over Dolphins This will also be a fun game to watch, but Ed Reed is back and it's a totally different defense with him.

Texans over Chargers The Chargers surprised me last week, but not two weeks in a row.

Vikings over Cardinals This one is a toss up. I flipped a coin and the Vikes won.

Giants over Seahawks The G-Men are playing some ball right now. They will be tough to beat.

Colts over Eagles Another good game to watch, but Peyton will be too much for the Eagles.

Raiders over Chiefs The Raiders seem to have found a rhythm. I think they can snatch this one.

Steelers over Bengals
The Steelers will bounce back this week.

Packers over Cowboys Hard to believe that the Cowboys are this bad but they are they wil lose again.

Byes: Broncos, Jaguars, 49ers, Rams, Titans, Redskins

By LaVar Arrington  | November 5, 2010; 4:03 PM ET
 
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