Nagler's Never Right: Week 5 Predictions

Aaron Nagler@Aaron_NaglerNFL National Lead WriterOctober 4, 2012

ST. LOUIS, MO - SEPTEMBER 30: Quarterback Sam Bradford #8 of the St. Louis Rams stretches to hand off the ball to running back Steven Jackson #39 of the St. Louis Rams during the game against the Seattle Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome on September 30, 2012 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Rams beat the Seahawks 19-13. (Photo by David Welker/Getty Images)
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Last Week: 12-3

Season: 37-26


Miami at Cincinnati 

The Dolphins aren't as bad as their record—but that won't matter when A.J. Green is standing in the end zone with the football.


Green Bay at Indianapolis 

The Colts will undoubtedly be playing for Chuck Pagano. That emotion, however, won't be enough to make up the talent difference. 


Baltimore at Kansas City

The Chiefs can't keep falling behind big early on in games if they want to feature Jamaal Charles. That correction won't start this week. 


Atlanta at Washington 

Matt Ryan is playing the best football of his career. The Falcons offense is on fire. But RGIII steals the show in an upset. 


Cleveland at New York Giants

This will be one of those games in which the Browns hang around for a quarter or so. Then the Giants will score four touchdowns. 


Philadelphia at Pittsburgh 

The Eagles are beat up after a tough division game. The Steelers are rested, coming off a bye week. Steelers roll.


Seattle at Carolina 

The honeymoon is over for Russell Wilson in Seattle, but an injured Matt Flynn won't be riding to the rescue. Cam and the Panthers right the ship.


Chicago at Jacksonville 

The Jaguars are painful to watch on offense, and the Bears will eat Blaine Gabbert for breakfast. Jay Cutler keeps on slingin' it. 


Tennessee at Minnesota

The Vikings may not be as talented as some other first-place teams, but they play soundly. The Titans defense can't stop anyone. 


Denver at New England

Peyton Manning will have some opportunities down field. Unfortunately for Broncos fans, Tom Brady will have more. 


Buffalo at San Francisco

The Bills are beaten up and licking their wounds after being decimated by the Patriots. San Fran is not where you go to heal. 


San Diego at New Orleans

Nobody saw an 0-4 start for the Saints, and no one sees them winning their first game this weekend—except maybe me. 


Houston at New York Jets

They should call this game. Someone is going to get hurt, and I can almost guarantee he'll be wearing a Jets jersey.