Thursday, October 18, 2012
Moose's Weekly Picks
Seattle (+7.5) at San Francisco
PICK: Seattle. San Fran just got embarrassed at home by the NYG, so you would think they bounce back strong against Seattle. However, I think these teams are extremely closely matched. San Francisco might win, but only by a point or two.
Tennessee (+3) at Buffalo
PICK: Buffalo. Fuck the Titans in their stupid asses.
Arizona (+6) at Minnesota
PICK: Minnesota. Arizona is beginning to fall apart I think, but this is still a decent amount of points to give up between two good defenses.
Cleveland (+2.5) at Indianapolis
PICK: Cleveland. Two in a row baby!
Baltimore (+6.5) at Houston
PICK: Houston. Houston is coming off of a bad loss and Baltimore just lost their top cornerback and Ray Ray. Look out.
Green Bay (-5.5) at St. Louis
PICK: Green Bay. Make it my NO DOUBTER of the week. Green Bay is starting to fire on all cylinders.
Dallas (-2) at Carolina
PICK: Dallas. The Cowboys showed some heart last week in a tough loss. I like Romo to torch the Panthers defense.
Washington (+5.5) at NYG
PICK: NYG. After the Giants demolition of the 49ers last week, how can you not make this pick? Oh right, the Giants always play to the level of their competition. I'll still take them though.
New Orleans (-3) at Tampa Bay
PICK: New Orleans. I'll take the Saints coming off a bye to continue to right the ship against division rival/legbreaker Schiano.
NYJ (+10.5) at NEP
PICK: NYJ. The NEP secondary is absolutely dreadful. I think the NEP will win, but not by 10.5 in this division game.
Jacksonville (+4) at Oakland
PICK: Oakland. I also predict that the last remaining Jaguars fan gets put in a coma in the Coliseum parking lot.
Pittsburgh (-1.5) at Cincinnati
PICK: Pittsburgh. This seems like one of those "Prove It" games that the Bengals always lose.
Detroit (+6) at Chicago
PICK: Chicago. The Bears defense looks pretty legit even though I hate them. Crybaby Cutler should be able to huck it and chuck it on the Lions defense as well.
LAST WEEK: 7-7
SEASON RECORD: 32-39-2
NO DOUBTER RECORD: 1-4