NFL Picks Week 2: 3 Teams That Will Fail in Week 2

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NFL Picks Week 2: 3 Teams That Will Fail in Week 2
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The unpredictability of sports: that is why we watch, it isn't it? There is no scripted outcome when it comes to the NFL and upsets are always bound to happen.

There were many great match ups in Week 2 and there are big teams waiting to be taken down.

Here are three teams that will fail in Week 3.

 

Chicago upsetting New Orleans

The New Orleans Saints have one of the most explosive offenses in the league and looked great Week 1 against the Packers, even though they lost.

The Saints will be looking to show why they are one of the elite teams in the NFL this week against the Bears, but they are going to run into a brick wall named Brian Urlacher.

Urlacher lost his mother this week and will be playing with a passion that will be scary if you are a Saints offensive player.

Look for the Bears team to be behind Urlacher and truly bring it to the Saints.

 

San Diego upsetting the New England Patriots

Both teams are Super Bowl contenders for sure, but the Patriots are favorites against the Chargers this weekend.

This does not matter though, because the Pat’s secondary is looking shaky and Philip Rivers will move the chains pretty easily against them.

The Chargers will utilize their aerial threat to bring down Tom Brady and company. 

 

Atlanta upsetting Philadelphia

The Falcons are welcoming home Michael Vick for the first time as a starter for another team. Vick is not the same player that took the snaps under center at the Georgia dome in red in black.

Vick has become a more complete quarterback and has everything set up to bring it to his former team.

This will not be the case though.

Matt Ryan will prove to be the star on this day and protect his house.

The Falcons will utilize their running game against the undersized linebackers of the Eagles, make a very complete offense and unleash it on them.

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