The "A" Man's Week 3 NFL Picks

Boris GodzinevskiCorrespondent IISeptember 23, 2011

The man who said Cardinals would make Super Bowl XLIII and the 7-9 Seahawks would beat the 11-5 Saints is here to predict the 2011 NFL season.

It's been a while but I'm sure I haven't lost the shine.

As I recall my percentage is around 60-70% but I put my money where my mouth is.

Rams over Ravens

Perhaps it's personal bias, but I believe the Ravens will falter for one reason or another. I have faith in Steven Jackson.

Browns over Dolphins

Browns should be good at home. I feel McCoy will break out.

Saints over Texans

Texans defense is a lie, here comes the Breezer.

Raiders over Jets

Let's just say I have a feeling and with many outlets showing 2.50-1 odds, bet big on Oakland at home.

Chargers over Chiefs

Might be fun to bet a dollar on Kansas City just in case.

 

Steelers over Colts

To get this one out of the way, the surest bet you can make this week.

Titans over Broncos

Titans have the better QB, RB and receivers.

Lions over Vikings

Unless Favre comes back, Lions will roll.

Pats over Bills

31-21.

Panthers over Jags

McCown is out but Jags don't do any better.

Packers over Bears

Bears defense won't hold Rodgers.

Boys over Skins

Assuming Romo can throw it.

Cards over Seahawks

 

Seahawks are a contender for 1-15.

Bucs over Falcons

At home the Bucs are strong.

Eagles over Giants

Vick will play, but even with Kafka, Giants pass defense is horrid.

49ers over Bengals

I trust Smith....haters go home.

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