3 Weeks of predictions and I stand 29-14 (7-4 last week), which isn’t too shabby.
Take a look at what’s in store (hopefully) for week 6.
Carolina @ Atlanta
I pick the Panthers. I just think the Falcons have gone too far down to be able to overcome the Panthers at this point. Without a great pass defense it’s easy to see the Falcons struggle, though I’d love to see them come back.
Indianapolis @ Cincinatti
San Fran @ Detriot
Lions are rolling. I think it’s close but Detroit wins. I’m rooting for the niners.
St. Louis @ Green Bay
As much as I’d love to pick the Rams, it has to be the Packers. They’re almost a lock every week.
Buffalo @ NY Giants
I think the Bills destroy the Giants.
Jacksonville @ Pittsburgh
The Steelers should do great, but don’t expect much from Mike Wallace on the fantasy end of things. CB Rashean Mathis has looked great this year.
Philadelphia @ Washington
Redskins should win. I don’t think this is the week that the Eagles reverse their fortunes.
Houston @ Baltimore
Ravens roll, no question. The Texans won’t be as good without Andre Johnson, obviously. Plus, there’s a rumor that first round pick CB Jimmy Smith should be healthy this week.
Cleveland @ Oakland
The Raiders should continue the recent roll against a Cleveland front that allows 124 yards rushing a game. Look for McFadden to score big for fantasy.
Dallas @ New England
Dallas has a chance, but New England will likely re-deploy their ground and pound used to defeat the Jets late last season.
New Orleans @ Tampa Bay
The Saints should find an easy win in a defeated Tampa Bay team, and with the production the Saints have found in RB Darren Sproles, it shouldn’t be too hard. WR Marques Colston will also be on his second game back returning from injury.
Sunday Night Football
Minnesota @ Chicago
The Vikings could win, but the Bears will win. Coming off their first win of the season, the Vikings could have some momentum, but the Bears are a much better team than the one that got thrashed by the Lions on MNF. Jay Cutler made some throws that less than 5 people in the FNL can make and that is why I believe in them.
Monday Night Football
Miami @ New York Jets
The Jets will win, BUT I’m going to officially pick the Dolphins just for fun.