Week 8 Picks With David Flores

David FloresContributor IOctober 31, 2009

PITTSBURGH - OCTOBER 25: Brett Favre #4 of the Minnesota Vikings is trapped by LaMarr Woodley #56 and James Harrison #92 of the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field on October 25, 2009 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
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   I know this is late but, since i just returned to B/R a couple days ago I thought i would do it anyways.  Its week 8 now, the midway point of the season and all the teams have made a mark in some way, whether it be good or bad. As everyone expected the Rams are terrible, but no one expected the Titans to go    0-6.  The Saints are amazing, as are the Colts.  The biggest surprise is a 6-0 Denver Broncos team.

But on to the exciting part, my pick for week 8.

 -The Broncos over The Ravens- Baltimore's defense has not looked good over the last 2 weeks and Denver is off a bye week.

-The Giants over The Eagles- Coming off 2 terrible losses New York will be motivated to win and Phili is in their way.

-The Texans over The Bills- With or without Andre Johnson Houston will win because of Buffalo's wrechet rush defense.

-The Bears over The Browns- The Browns are everyones punching bag and Cutler needs redemption after a terrible game last week.

-The Seahawks over The Cowboys- *UPSET ALERT* Even in JerryLand Dallas will lose. This will not be a good game for Romo.

-The Dolphins over The Jets- Miami will hold the ball too long with their wildcat offense for Sanchez to have a good game.

-The Colts over The 49ers- Two words: Peyton Manning

-The Rams over The Lions- A battle of the NFC's worst. This could go either way but Donnie Avery will have a big game for St. Louis, giving them their first win.

-The Jaguars over The Titans- Vince Young will struggle in his first start of the season, and Maurice Jones-Drew will run all over Tennesee's defense

-The Chargers over The Raiders- Oakland is ridiculously dysfunctional Franchise and a win over Phili seemed to give them no momentum. Phillip Rivers and San Diego will be way to much for Oakland

-The Vikings over The Packers- Jared Allen and Minnesota's D-Line will be too much for the NFl's most sacked Quarterback Aaron Rodger's

-The Cardinals over The Panthers- After a big win against The Giants, Arizona will have alot of momentum coming back home.

-The Saints over The Falcons- Drew Brees will turn this one into a shootout and New Orleans seems to always win those types of games

        - David Flores