Friday, September 21, 2007

NFL Games to Watch this Weekend

Chargers 1-1 Packers 2-0

The Packers are off to a quick start but face their first real opponent this season in San Diego. San Diego has stumbled out of the gate this season and need this win to get on track.

Who will Win? Chargers

49ers 2-0 Steelers 2-0

The Steelers and the Niners records are the same but both took two very different ways to get their. The Steelers have dominated their two previous games, while the Niners have had to claw to victory in both of theirs.

Who Will Win? Steelers

Colts 2-0 Texans 2-0

The Colts have had a history of problems with the Texans when they were bad. I wonder what will happen now that they don't suck. Colts need to jump out ahead early and let their defense go after the QB.

Who Will Win? Colts

Bengals 1-1 Seahawks 1-1

Both of these teams have had hard losses. The Bengals scored 45 on the Browns and still lost, while the Seahawks were down 17 at the half to the Cardinals scored 20 unanswered points then ended up losing 23-20.

Who Will Win? Seahawks

Cowboys 2-0 Bears 1-1

This will be one of the more interesting games this week. The Cowboys offense is firing well, but their secondary is horrible. Chicago's defense is excellent but their offense is horrible. The Cowboys need to limit their penalties and big plays, Chicago needs to pull Rex Grossman.

Who Will Win? Cowboys

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