NFL Picks Week 13: Indianapolis Colts and Teams That'll Be Destroyed

Donald WoodFeatured ColumnistNovember 30, 2011

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - NOVEMBER 27:  Peyton Manning and Curtis Painter #7 of the Indianapolis Colts sit on the bench in the final minute of the game against the Carolina Panthers at Lucas Oil Stadium on November 27, 2011 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  The colts lost 27-19.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Believe it or not, it’s already Week 13 of the NFL season and teams are getting ready for the long playoff haul.

While many teams are getting into the mentality of preparation for the run to the Super Bowl, others are getting ready for some of the most one-sided football of the season.

This week has set up for the following teams to get into a fight and end up on the wrong end of a whooping. Expect these teams to lose BIG!

Indianapolis Colts

The Indianapolis Colts fired their defensive coordinator this week and named Dan Orlovsky their third starting quarterback of the year (not including Peyton Manning.)

While being 0-11 is hard enough, their Week 13 matchup against the New England Patriots will lead to a 0-12 start and one of the worst beatings we see all season.

The Patriots’ pass attack will pick apart what’s left of the Colts' secondary, and Indianapolis’ offense just isn’t good enough to capitalize on New England’s weak defense. This should be a blood bath.

St. Louis Rams

While the San Francisco 49ers are vastly overrated, they can do one thing better than any other team in the NFL: stop the run.

With Steven Jackson being the only real threat on the whole Rams team, it will fall on the shoulders of Bradford to pass St. Louis to a win.

Bradford will have to do it quickly because with Frank Gore against a weak run defense, the Rams QB won’t be on the field enough to make an impact.

NEW ORLEANS, LA - NOVEMBER 28:  Quarterback Eli Manning #10 of the New York Giants throws the ball as he is hit by Will Smith #91 of the New Orleans Saints in the first half at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on November 28, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Phot
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New York Giants

The New York Giants got beat up and down the field by the New Orleans Saints on Monday night. Now they have to host the undefeated defending Super Bowl champions.

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers’ air attack will have no problem picking apart the 26th-ranked and injury-depleted secondary of the Giants. The Giants' defense is so bad that Green Bay may actually be able to establish the run.

Expect this game to look eerily similar to the Saints' trouncing of the Giants less than a week ago. 49-24 sounds about right.

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