Every year we have made our picks and predictions for the upcoming NFL season. While we may not always hit the picks, we do like having some fun. Last week were were 8-6-1 on our picks, which may not be the best, but let’s see if we can rebound in week 2.
- Panthers v. Falcons
- Chargers v. Bills
- Vikings v. Packers
- Texans v. Titans
- Browns v. Saints
- Dolphins v. Jets
- Chiefs v. Steelers
- Eagles v. Buccaneers
- Colts v. Redskins
- Cardinals v. Rams
- Lions v. 49ers
- Raiders v. Broncos
- Patriots v. Jaguars
- Giants v. Cowboys
- Seahawks v. Bears
Last week I predicted that the Browns would take the Steelers to overtime and lose by a field goal. I was right about Overtime but they ended up tying. Here are three of my predictions this week.
- Josh Allen does his best to keep the Bills in the game, but their offensive line is so bad and Allen continues to get rocked. Bills continue their drought at home, but the fans are impressed by the rookies toughness and competitiveness.
- Russell Wilson cannot do it alone. While the Seahawks are without some star players this week, Wilson suffers an injury after getting beat up all game by the Bears pass rushers. The Seahawks lose miserably.
- Rob Gronkowski goes off today, against the Jaguars. Gronk who was called out by Jalen Ramsey demolishes the Jaguar defense. Pats win in easy fashion.
- Tevin Coleman could have a huge day. He is used to catch passes out the backfield as well as running hard through the line of scrimmage. With Devonta Freeman out Coleman is a solid play against the tough Panthers defense.
- Sam Darnold does it again. He scorches the Dolphins defense at home and with Fireman Ed back in attendance the Jets have a ton to be happy for. Darnold throws for 3 more touchdown strikes.
- Patriots defense shuts out the Jaguars offense this week, and Rob Gronkowski has a field day on the Jaguars. With the Jags missing Leonard Fournette, the team has to rely on Blake Bortles who throws too many interceptions to win his team the game.