Last week wasn't brilliant, at 5-10-1. Hopefully this week is a bit better:
Arizona +8 @ Baltimore: This game seems really boring. After a win against Seattle, maybe Arizona is a better than I thought.
Buffalo +16.5 @ New England: The Patriots are one of the two best teams in the NFL. I was clearly wrong about JP Losman and Buffalo this year. Seriously, what an idiot I am. New England could probably pick their final score here, and that's what they'll do. Belicheck likes to use just enough of his playbook to win in this kind of games.
Philly -6.5 vs. Detroit: Philly needs this game in the worst way, and the Lions are only 2-0 due to a very easy early schedule. McNabb should come out firing, trying to silence the imaginary racists who hate him.
Indianapolis -6.5 @ Houston: The Texans (nice name, by the way) are going to be without Andre Johnson, and Ahman Green is banged up as well. Even against that soft Indy defense, Houston will struggle. The close game last week was just because the Colts were playing the Titans, and Indy has an inexplicable ability to blow out Tennessee.
NY Jets -3 vs. Miami: The Dolphins are terrible.
Kansas City -2.5 vs. Minnesota: The Chiefs are terrible as well, but they're at home. Jackson couldn't handle the road game in Detroit, I don't see him playing well in Arrowhead, one of the toughest places to play even when the Chiefs suck ass.
San Diego -5 @ Green Bay: San Diego hasn't looked good yet this season, but they've played the Bears and the Patriots. Now they get to feast on the soft, swiss-cheesey defense of the Pack, who are somehow 2-0. If you have LT in your fantasy league, here comes the 200 yard, 3 TD game you've been looking for.
San Fran +8.5 @ Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh has looked really good this season so far, but San Fran hasn't been to shabby themselves. Can Alex Smith handle the crowd in Pittsburgh? Probably not, but I'm betting on him keeping them close.
St. Louis +3.5 @ Tampa: I don't know what to make of these two teams. Tampa is actually showing some signs of life, after I was pretty sure they were in the bottom three teams in the league with Cleveland and KC. St. Louis has looked like a giant pile of crap so far. I refuse to believe that Tampa is four points better than the Rams, that's just not logical.
Cincinnati +3 @ Seattle: Last week was a fluky game for the Bengals. Don't look for that to happen too often, although I'm a little scared of their defense right now.
I'm bored and tired so here are all the other picks without the witty commentary:
Oakland -3 vs. Cleveland
Denver -3 vs. Jacksonville
Carolina -4 @ Atlanta
Washington -4 vs. NY Giants
Dallas +3 @ Chicago
New Orleans -4.5 vs. Tennessee
Last Week: 5-10-1
Season to Date: 14-15-3