Last week was definitely unfriendly for everyone...
Kansas City @ Detroit - Given how KC looked, and how decent Lions are, I'm doubting a Chiefs win unless they pull some magic out of their asses
Oakland @ Buffalo - I dunno...was that a fluke, or can Fitzy deliver again? Whereas Oakland looked generally inept at times and just barely eeked out a win against the Broncos...meh, tossup really, but I think the Bills being at home can only help compared to the oddballs that show up at Oakland
Tampa Bay @ Minnesota - Young bucs will likely begin winning here against a fairly unimpressive Vikings team
Chicago @ New Orleans - Kinda hinging on the ideal Bears maintain form, Saints defense is definitely opportunistic though. Should be a fun shootout to watch, though in the end Bears D > Saints D
Baltimore @ Tennessee - Ravens gonna roll
Cleveland @ Indianapolis - Colts are lost without Manning, and Colt McCoy is legit
Jacksonville @ NY Jets - Yeah...Jaguars might be able to beat the Titans, but Jets are on a whole different level of difficulty despite their offensive struggles at times
Seattle @ Pittsburgh - Wonder if the ref will give the game to the Steelers again, or try to make penance with the Seahawks fan by giving them the game?
Arizona @ Washington - Depends on which Grossman shows up of course, but considering the Cardinals aren't exactly scary on Defense, could end up being another shootout. For certain Cardinals likely won't lose because of Kolb.
Green Bay @ Carolina - Newton looked well against AZ, and Packers aren't exactly super rough on defense given how Brees tore into them, but Packers overall are superior
Dallas @ San Francisco -Obligatory pick for the home team mainly, that and I hate Cowboys
San Diego @ New England - Hard one to pick considering how much points the Patriots have given up against the Dolphins...still, NE's defense has looked kinda shotty, and if Henne can light them up, imagine what Rivers can do. Another good potential shootout
Houston @ Miami - I dislike Texas teams in general, but Miami doesn't have much hope this season I think, and Texans are definitely under pressure to spring to as much of a lead as they can build up.
Cincinnati @ Denver - Largely depends if Dalton gets healthy, as Gradowski is decent, but way too injury plagued as well.
Philadelphia @ Atlanta - I never like betting against Atlanta at home, but Eagles are relatively hot and I'm sure their defense can only improve each week
St. Louis @ NY Giants - I'm going to go with Giants being less horrible than Rams at this point, Giants banged up so much on defense, and Rams losing offensive starters to injuries.