NFL Picks Week Two: Predicting the Biggest Blowouts

Cale LoneyCorrespondent ISeptember 17, 2010

NFL Picks Week Two: Predicting the Biggest Blowouts

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    With 16 games this Sunday, the NFL is in for a great day of football. Last week was a wonderful start to the season, unless you are a fan of the Minnesota Vikings or New York Jets. Both teams should do better this week, as it would be shocking for both teams to go 0-2 by the end of week two.

    While NFL teams and fans alike look forward to this Sunday, it won't be a great day for all teams. The following three games represent the three biggest blowout possibilities of week two in the NFL.

Buffalo Bills vs Green Bay Packers

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    Buffalo Bills vs Green Bay Packers

    The Bills came out of the tunnel with a slow start in a week one with a loss to the Miami Dolphins. Week two the Bills play the Green Bay Packers.

    The Bills are looking to try and stave off a 0-2 start, which would essentially eliminate any hopes of achieving a playoff berth. The problem is that they are facing one of the best teams in the NFL's young season.

    The Packers are coming off a 27-20 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. The Packers will finish the Bills off easily with the sixth best offense in the league vs. the 16th best defense in the league, albeit only two weeks into the young season.

    Packers Blowout the Bills

Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

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    Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

    The Ravens are coming off an upset victory of the New York Jets. Apparently the Jets were too focused on a certain reporter to win last Sunday's game. The Ravens held the Jets to just 174 yards last week,  showing that their defense has what it takes to push the Ravens through strong offensive squads.

    The Bengals are coming off a horrible first outing where they were down 24-3 at halftime. While the Bengals will be trying to improve on last week, the red hot Ravens will just be too much for the banged up Bengals.

    Ravens bang up the Bengals

Minnesota Vikings vs. Miami Dolphins

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    Minnesota Vikings vs. Miami Dolphins

    Brett Favre and Co. are coming off a tough week one loss to the defending Superbowl Champion New Orleans Saints. Favre came back to the Vikings because he felt he owed it to the team to give them another shot at glory. Going 0-2 is not an option.

    The Dolphins, coming off a win against the Bills, are in for a rude awakening if the bring the same level of play against a driven Vikings team. Unfortunately for the Dolphins, fate is working against them.

    Favre and the Vikings will have a season establishing blowout victory over the Dolphins.