Week 6 Picks
Redskins at Packers
The Redskins are becoming a very solid all-around team. The Packers, too, look playoff-bound. But they have their limitations, namely their complete lack of a running game. That will catch up to them at some point.
Rams at Ravens
The Rams will win a game at some point this season. But not this one.
Lock of the Week
Vikings at Bears
The Bears climb back toward respectability with Brian Griese at quarterback.
Upset of the Week
Titans at Buccaneers
The Bucs are close to having to take volunteers out of the stands to play running back.
Games of the Week
Patriots at Cowboys
The Patriots are the most dominant team in the league. If these two played 10 times, the Patriots would probably win six or seven. But they're only playing once. The Cowboys are at home, and they seem to be living a charmed existence these days.
Texans at Jaguars
David Garrard has been getting it done.
Raiders at Chargers
The Raiders in first place? Not for long.
Dolphins at Browns
The Browns are simply better.
Bengals at Chiefs
The Cincinnati defense can't stop anyone, but the Kansas City offense can't move the ball on anyone.
Eagles at Jets
Andy Reid's teams have always rebounded when the outlook has been bleak.
Panthers at Cardinals
Kurt Warner over David Carr.
Saints at Seahawks (Sunday night)
The Saints are way, way overdue for a win, but the Seahawks get by at home.
Giants at Falcons (Monday night)
The Giants are on a roll.
Last Week: 11-3
By Mark Maske |
October 11, 2007; 2:00 PM ET
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