NFL Weekly Picks Week 7

So the scores now sit at 53-42, with Zach leading by 11 after 7 weeks of the NFL season.

How many BIg-Hits will we see this weekend that fetch huge fines or suspensions? Over/Under 5?

Jacksonville Jaguars (3-3) @ Kansas City Chiefs (3-2)

Dustin- Chiefs. The Chiefs have been slipping but the short week is too much to overcome for the Jags.

Zach – Cheifs. Their defense will win this one for them.

Philadelphia Eagles (4-2) @ Tennessee Titans (4-2)

D- Eagles. Again I think the short week does in the Titans, and Kolb and the Eagles fly high without DeSean Jackson.

Z – Eagles. I’m feeling Philly this week in a big game for both teams.

Buffalo Bills (0-5) @ Baltimore Ravens (4-2)

D- Ravens. The bills just flat out suck. The Ravens are going to crush them.

Z – Ravens. I don’t see the Bills getting their first win against the Ravens powerhouse.

Cleveland Browns (1-5) @ New Orleans Saints (4-2)

D- Saints. Too much offense for the Browns to compete with, even without their full running game.

Z – Saints. I think it’ll be a ugly game. The Saints will move the ball all over the field and there is little the Browns can do about it.

Washington Redskins (3-3) @ Chicago Bears (4-2)

D- Bears. I think the Bears can hold off the ‘Skins at home.

Z – Redskins. I think they continue the Bears slide. Redskins need the win more.

Cincinnati Bengals (2-3) @ Atlanta Falcons (4-2)

D- Falcons. The Falcons are 2-1 at home and the Bengals are winless on the road I think they have the upper hand.

Z – Falcons. I think the Bengals can stick with them, but it’ll come down to offense and the Falcons have more.

Pittsburgh Steelers (4-1)  @ Miami Dolphins (3-2)

D- Steelers. They are 2-0 on the road. The Dolphins are 0-2. Too easy of a pick.

Z – Steelers. This one will be a defensive struggle for sure, though I think the Steelers do just enough to win.

San Francisco 49ers (1-5) @ Carolina Panthers (0-5)

D- 49ers. The Niners are looking to turn it around and to do that they need to win here on the road.

Z – 49ers. It’s a lost season for them, but this should be a pretty easy team to pick up win #2 against.

St. Louis Rams (3-3) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-2)

D- Buccaneers. They can probably stop the Rams offense and and Freeman has looked pretty solid.

Z – Rams. It’ll be back and forth and pretty high scoring, I am feeling the Rams this weekend.

Arizona Cardinals (3-2) @ Seattle Seahawks (3-2)

D- Seahawks. They have been up and down but I think at home they can hold off the Cards.

Z – Seahawks. I don’t see the Cards winning this one and I think the Seahawks start to run away with the division.

New England Patriots (4-1) @ San Diego Chargers (2-4)

D- Pats. San Diego has been just awkward and overall no good. The Pats should dominate them.

Z – Patriots. Chargers have been looking better, but I see the Patriots coming out on top again this weekend.

Oakland Raiders (2-4) @ Denver Broncos (2-4)

D- Broncos. The Raiders are another real up and down team but they look down right about now.

Z – Broncos. It’s a tough call really. I think the Broncos high flying passing game is what wins this one for them.

Minnesota Vikings (2-3) @ Green Bay Packers (3-3)

D- Packers. I don’t have a real reason I just really want Favre to lose this game.

Z – Packers. Not much parity this week again in the picks. I just don’t see the Packers dropping under .500, they  are my Super Bowl pick this year.

New York Giants (4-2) @ Dallas Cowboys (1-4)

D- Giants. The Giants are on an upward swing right now and Dallas is in freefall. Its an easy call.

Z – Cowboys. I can’t count them out yet. They have too much ability to be this bad. If they get the penalties and special teams sorted out they can still make a run.

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