It is that time of the week again, and things are definitely heating up. The end is almost near for some, with the beginning of the play-offs hopes for others, including The Kansas City Chiefs.
Cowboys vs Saints – Due to New Orleans absence of a true QB. Dallas finds a way to hold on to their lead in the NFC East
Buccaneers vs Falcons – The Falcons have come back to play some decent football after a rough start, but I expect Brady to figure out a way to get by the Dirty Birds.
Cardinals vs Bears – Bears stink, Cardinals win
Chargers vs Bengals – After starting the season on fire, the Chargers has lost some of their electricity, and the Bengals who dat nation will go home happy as Joe Burrow and the boys will get the W.
Vikings vs Lions – Fighting Kirk Cousins for the win
Giants vs Dolphins – Dolphins are riding a 4 game winning streak and they will find a way to continue it.
Eagles vs Jets – Eagles get by the Hapless J E T S JETS JETS JETS
Colts vs Texans – Colts get a W over the struggling Texans
Jaguars vs Rams – McVay will get well in beating up on Urban Meyers bunch.
49ers vs Seawhawks – Pete and Russ are done in terms of being relevant in Seattle. Time to break up the Beatles if you will
Broncos vs Chiefs – The Chiefs are having a second half resurgence and the Broncos aren’t going to be the team to stop them.
Washington vs Oakland – Late Game at the Deathstar Sunday. Ron and his troops will continue their momentum and beat the Raiders
Ravens vs Steelers – This one will be ugly. As ugly Tyrone Hill. Ugly Steve Buchemi’s teeth. Ravens find ways to find ugly muckity-muck football games. This will be another. Black Birds for the W.
Patiots vs Bills (Monday Night) – Bill Belichick has his Brady Replacement in Mac Jones and the Patriots will once again claim dominance over the AFC East.
Kirk Cousins expect him to have decent day against the Lions. (Start ‘em)
Take 49ers Defense against the struggling Seattle Offense (Start ‘em)
Antonio Gibson will have a nice day against the Raiders might not be a bad option to add as a second running back. (Start ‘em)