Here are my Week 2 picks. This is hard to do. I bet some of you could do better than me, so leave your picks in the comment section.
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Chiefs @ Bills: Chiefs. Kansas City WR Dwayne Bowe will score at least two touchdowns on Buffalo’s rookie CB Stephon Gilmore.
Browns @ Bengals: Bengals: The Ravens embarrassed the Bengals Week 1, winning 44-13. Cincinnati will bounce back big time against the Browns – one of the worst teams in the league.
Vikings @ Colts: Colts. Andrew Luck will pick apart Minnesota’s subpar secondary.
Raiders @ Dolphins: Raiders. Carson’s Palmer’s favorite receiver – Denarius Moore – will play, and he’ll be the difference.
Cardinals @ Patriots: Patriots. New England’s offense is better than Arizona’s defense, and New England’s defense is better than Arizona’s offense.
Buccaneers @ Giants: Giants. The Giants are too good to start the season 0-2.
Ravens @ Eagles: Ravens. The Eagles starting wide receivers – DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin – are nicked up and questionable to play. Philadelphia would need those players 100 percent healthy to beat the Ravens, who are still a top-5 team.
Saints @ Panthers: Saints. Like the Giants, the Saints are too good to start the season 0-2.
Texans @ Jaguars: Texans. Houston will score 40 points and win easily.
Redskins @ Rams: Redskins. The Rams could have drafted Robert Griffin III, but they liked the QB they already had – Sam Bradford – so they traded the No.2 pick to Washington. That was a mistake for St. Louis, because Griffin is already better than Bradford. Griffin will start his professional career 2-0.
Cowboys @ Seahawks: Cowboys. Dallas is one of the best, most complete teams in the NFC. The Seahawks have a very good defense, but their offense will struggle to score points, even at home.
Jets @ Steelers: Steelers. Another bounce-back game. The Broncos embarrassed the Steelers on Monday Night Football Week 1, so Pittsburgh will embarrass the Jets Week 2.
Titans @ Chargers: Chargers. Tennessee’s QB – Jake Locker – has a hurt shoulder, and their running back – Chris Johnson – looked terrible last week (11 carries for 4 yards). They won’t beat the Chargers in San Diego.
Broncos @ Falcons: Broncos. Neither team can run the ball well. The Broncos have the better QB and the better pass rush, so they’ll win.