2013 NFL Predictions: Free Week 9 Staff Picks, Observations

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2013 NFL Predictions: Free Week 9 Staff Picks, Observations

Oct 20, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; Washington Redskins running back Roy Helu (29) celebrates with Redskins guard Kory Lichtensteiger (78) after scoring the game winning touchdown in the final minute against the Chicago Bears at FedEx Field. The Redskins won 44-41. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Tennessee vs St. Louis Pick: Titans
Locker looks even healthier and the Titans defense has a bid day against QB Kellen Clemens and the Rams.

Cincinnati vs Miami Pick: Bengals
The Bengals are looking like one of the top teams in the AFC  and are on the rise. The Dolphins seem to be regressing and pass protection has become a glaring issue.
Kansas City vs Buffalo Pick: Chiefs
The Chiefs will lose, but not this week. They once again get to play against a team with their back-up QB.
Minnesota vs Dallas Pick: Cowboys
The Vikings are really bad and have not been able to overcome their lack of elite talent at the QB position, as they did last season. The Cowboys win a game they should at home.
New Orleans vs New York Jets Pick: Saints
The Jets defense has been top notch, but the offense continues to put them in bad situations.
San Diego vs Washington Pick: Skins
The Skins win in a shootout. This game has two of the NFL’s worst defense’s, specifically secondaries, both QB’s put up big numbers.
Atlanta vs Carolina Pick: Panthers
The Panthers win a big one at home against the division rival Falcons. The Falcons can’t overcome their recent injuries and the Panthers prove they are contending for a playoff spot.
Philadelphia vs Oakland Pick: Raiders
The Eagles have looked pedestrian at times this season, and without Mike Vick and the sudden lack of running game, the Eagles lose to a better than expected Raider team.
Tampa Bay vs Seattle Pick: Seahawks
One of the best teams versus one of the worst and the Seahawks pretty much don’t lose at home.
Baltimore vs Cleveland Pick: Ravens
Both teams are on current losing streaks, if any one of these teams wants to make the playoffs, they have to win this game. The Ravens in a close one.
Pittsburgh vs New England Pick: Patriots
Both teams haven’t looked as good as expected, but the Pats are still and winning team.
Indianapolis vs Houston Pick: Colts
Houston puts up a fight, but they seem to be a team in disarray; while the Colts are surging.
Chicago vs Green Bay Pick: Packers
The Packers may be the mid-season favorite in the NFC and the Bears are still without their starting quarterback.
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