Week 2 NFL Predictions

Rob HugheyContributor ISeptember 17, 2009

TAMPA, FL - FEBRUARY 01:  Offical Super Bowl XLIII and NFL logo signage is seen prior tothe Arizona Cardinals playing against the Pittsburgh Steelers inSuper Bowl XLIII on February 1, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

   There wasn't many surprises in week 1.  The big boys took care of business, although looking sloppy in doing so. I ended up 13-3 last week. Good start, but it's a long year.  There's three key match-ups this week. Pittsburgh at Chicago, Baltimore at San Diego, and the New York Giants at Dallas.

 Carolina at Atlanta

Delhomme bounces back but it's not enough. 31-27 Falcons

Minnesota at Detroit

Another big day for All Day.  40-13 Vikings

Cincinnati at Green Bay

Pack continue to roll. 27-10 Packers

Arizona at Jacksonville

Arizona's east coast troubles continue. 24-17 Jaguars

Oakland at Kansas City

Pillow fight of the week. 13-10 Chiefs

New England at New York Jets

Pats steal another one. 27-24 Patriots

New Orleans at Philadelphia

No McNabb no win.  28-14 Saints

Houston at Tennessee

Titans get back on track. 20-10 Titans

St Louis at Washington

Redskins show signs of offense. 34-6 Redskins

Tampa Bay at Buffalo

Bills by a field goal. 16-13 Bills

Seattle at San Francisco

'Hawks class of division.  31-16 Seahawks

Pittsburgh at Chicago.

Running game continues to sputter. 24-21 Bears

Cleveland at Denver

Broncos beat up on the doormats of the AFC North. 20-13 Broncos

Baltimore at San Diego

I'm taking the Chargers at home. 27-20 Chargers

N.Y. Giants at Dallas

Cowboys come out from under the radar. 38-28 Cowboys

Indianapolis at Miami

Indy starting to show signs of age.  20-17 Dolphins

Last Week: 13-3 Overall 13-3


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