posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 07:48 AM
I will be completing the analysis part of this tonight.... hopefully.
Tampa Bay (6-3) @ Atlanta (6-3) 1:00 PM ET
Both Tampa Bay and Atlanta have played well this season, but since the start of the season, the Bucs have slowly gotten more and more average.
Atlanta had an upsetting loss to Green Bay last week, and won’t follow that up with yet another loss.
Carolina (7-2) @ Chicago (6-3) 1:00 PM ET
Despite how well the Bears have been playing, you must remember that they are in the NFC North, which is enough to make them lose this one. Carolina
was the Super Bowl pick for this year, are 7-2, and should roll over the Bears.
Miami (3-6) @ Cleveland (3-6) 1:00 PM ET
Miami and Cleveland are two teams that have both struggled this season. The Dolphins, however, are the better team in my opinion, so I see them
winning this one.
Detroit (4-5) @ Dallas (6-3) 1:00 PM ET
Detroit and Dallas have had fairly good seasons this year. Detroit will be playing their heart out fighting for the top of the NFC North, but it
won’t be enough to beat the team that is sai to be the most sound in the league.
Jacksonville (6-3) @ Tennessee (2-7) 1:00 PM ET
Tennessee’s disappointing season will continue on with another loss to the Jaguars. The Jags have been a great team the last few years and will
make a push for yet another playoff appearance.
Arizona (2-7) @ St. Louis (4-5) 1:00 PM ET
The horrible Cardinals will tack on another loss to their record when they face the Rams. The Rams record doesn’t quite show how good they can be,
and this week they will show it with the football.
New Orleans (2-7) @ New England (5-4) 1:00 PM ET
Philadelphia (4-5) @ New York Giants (6-3) 1:00 PM ET
Oakland (3-6) @ Washington (5-4) 1:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh (7-2) @ Baltimore (2-7) 1:00 PM ET
Seattle (7-2) @ San Francisco (2-7) 4:05 PM ET
Indianapolis (9-0) @ Cincinnati (7-2) 4:15 PM ET
New York Jets (2-7) @ Denver (7-2) 8:30 PM ET
Buffalo (4-5) @ San Diego (5-4) 4:15PM ET
Kansas City (5-4) @ Houston (1-8) 8:30 PM ET
Minnesota (4-5) @ Green Bay (2-7) 9:00 PM ET on Monday
Atlanta over Tampa Bay
Carolina over Chicago
Miami over Cleveland
Dallas over Detroit
Jacksonville over Tennessee
St. Louis over Arizona
New England over New Orleans
New York Giants over Philadelphia
Washington over Oakland
Pittsburgh over Baltimore
Seattle over San Francisco
Indianapolis over Cincinnati
Denver over New York Jets
San Diego over Buffalo
Kansas City over Houston
Green Bay over Minnesota