NFL Week 7 Picks

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    I sure hope we see better officiating this week in the wake of the screwjob the Lions got against the Packers this past Week.

    Thursday 10/17
    Chefs at Broncos --- Think Chefs take it despite missing some starters and gimpy Mahomes.

    Sunday 10/20
    Fish at Bills --- Bills easily.

    Jags at Bungles --- Jags on the road. Bungles are the new Browns.

    Vikings at Lions --- Think Vikings should be able to run against Lions. Tough divisional game.

    Raiders at Pukers --- I hope that the Raiders can do to the Pukers what they did to the Bears, but I'm not holding my breath. The Pukers always get the referee favoritism, especially in Lamebow.

    Rams at Falcons --- Rams should rebound against Failcons.

    Texassans at Colts --- Good matchup. Going with Texassans on the road.

    Whiners at Skins --- Whiners easily.

    Cards at Jints --- Couple of poor teams going at it. I'll go with the Cards better offense.

    Chargers at Titans --- Both teams underperforming this season. I'll go with Chargers.

    Saints at Bears --- Saints seem to be rolling along even without Brees.

    Ravens at Seachix --- Kind of surprised that the Ravens are statistically better on both sides of the ball. I'm still going to go with the Seachix at home.

    Iggles at Cowpies --- Cowpies at home.

    Monday 10/21
    Pats at Jets --- Darnold back from bout with mono, looked good last week. Don't think he'll have the same success against the Pats though.

    Bye - Panthers, Browns, Steelers, Succaneers
     
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    The Bengals sneaked up and grabbed control of the loser bowl going 0-6. The Skins have some work to do after the Dolphins snatched defeat from the jaws of victory last week.
     
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    Damn... Mahomes dislocated his knee. Hope he's not out for long.
     
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    Minimum of 6 weeks,longer if you play sports.
    Sounds like he's done for the season.
     
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    9 sacks by our defense???
    Where were these guys for the last 2 years?!

    Still no word locally on Mahomes diagnosis. Hope it isn't bad.
     
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    From what I've read, Mahomes could be out as little as 3 weeks.

    I'd have picked the Chiefs to win, but I was late.

    Thu Oct 17 8:20 pm Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos

    Sun Oct 20 1:00 pm Arizona Cardinals New York Giants - Barkley and Engram are both likely to play
    1:00 pm Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts - This could be the best game this week. It's a fight for the division lead.
    1:00 pm Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals - The Bungles are horrible.
    1:00 pm Los Angeles Rams Atlanta Falcons - I just can't see the Rams losing 4 in a row
    1:00 pm Miami Dolphins Buffalo Bills - Anyone but Miami
    1:00 pm Minnesota Vikings Detroit Lions - The Lions are so close to being undefeated. They'll get the win this week
    1:00 pm Oakland Raiders Green Bay Packers - The defensive Pack shut down the Raiders offense
    1:00 pm San Francisco 49ers Washington Redskins - The 49ers passing game is suspect, but the defense is playing lights-out and the run game is strong
    4:05 pm Los Angeles Chargers Tennessee Titans - The Chargers are playing below expectations, as per usual...but the Titans offense can't do anything
    4:25 pm Baltimore Ravens Seattle Seahawks - Russel Wilson is the current MVP. He carries the Seahawks to another win at home
    4:25 pm New Orleans Saints Chicago Bears - With Kamara out, the Bears are able to contain the Saints offense and score just enough to win
    8:20 pm Philadelphia Eagles Dallas Cowboys - Dallas seems to be imploding
    Mon Oct 21 8:15 pm New England Patriots New York Jets - Sam Darnold isn't nearly enough for the Jets to overcome the Pats
     
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    I still put the Bungles ahead of the Fins. Miami is apparently looking at trading Kenyon Drake now, too. Of course they are; who needs players when you're planning a total rebuild? :lol:
     
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    I knew this would happen to him.He takes way too many unnessary chances,I saw him in a pre season game here in kc and i was appalled that he was stupid enough to dive HEAD FIRST for a first down in a PRE SEASON game no less. Playing reckless like that eventually catches up to you.He is not smart like Russel Wilson who gets rid of the ball if nothing is there and does not take those unnessary chances.

    Jimmy Grappolla of the niners learned the hard way last year to stop taking unnessary chances,this year it is Mahomes turn.
     
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    Mahomes was hurt on a QB sneak. That isn't taking any particular chances.
     
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    Not normally no.
    But it is the same play that took Matt Schaub out with a lisfranc injury that ruined the Texans Super bowl run.
    Of course his was intentionally induced by that dickhead Albert Haynesworth if I remember correctly.
     
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