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Old 11-21-2007, 12:23 AM   #1
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Last week was a good week for me. I finished 13-3, and considering that one of those losses was the shocking upset of Pittsburgh I donít feel to bad about it. This week I will look to add on to that record and attempt the 16-0 week. So with not further delay, here it goes, Week 12.

Last weeks numbers:
13-3
Season Total, 100-60 (.625)

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN
Thursday, November 22, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Green Bay Packers(9-1) at Detroit Lions(6-4) 12:30PM
The Lions have lost the magic of home field and Brett Favre and company are continuing to roll strong. Their defense looks good and theyíve been able to pound out a run game recently. Packers are going to prove to be too much for Detroit.
Packers

New York Jets(2-8) at Dallas Cowboys(9-1) 4:15PM
Jets got lucky last week. They showed some will and determination by upsetting Pittsburgh, but Pittsburgh has had other hiccups this season, the Cowboys havenít. I see no way that the Jets can repeat last weekís performance two weeks in a row.
Cowboys

Indianapolis Colts(8-2) at Atlanta Falcons(3-7) 8:15PM
Iím itching to pick the Falcons to upset the Colts this week, but just canít bring myself to do it. The Colts are battered and beaten down and Peyton Manning is struggling to keep things afloat until some of their injured can return to the line up, but somehow I donít think the Falcons will be able to take advantage of this opportunity.
Colts

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Buffalo Bills(5-5) at Jacksonville Jaguars(7-3) 1:00PM
Buffalo has had their hot streak, but was recently slammed earth bound in their match up against New England. This week they will look to rebound from that demoralizing humiliation, but I donít think the Jaguars will be willing to comply.
Jaguars

Houston Texans(5-5) at Cleveland Browns(6-4) 1:00PM
I expect this to be a good match up, and given that the Browns are the home team Iím guessing that many people will probably disagree with me on this pick, but I just have a feeling the after Matt Schaub finally got Andre Johnson back that this team is going to attempt to make a run in order to get back into the playoff hunt.
Texans

Minnesota Vikings(4-6) at New York Giants(7-3) 1:00PM
Adrian Peterson out? Not a problem for the Vikings. Chester Taylor picked up the slack. However, I have a hard time thinking the Vikings will be able to repeat such a run offense against the Giants.
Giants

New Orleans Saints(4-6) at Carolina Panthers(4-6) 1:00PM
This is the week the Saints come marching back in, and yes, they do it on the road. I donít think the Panthers will pressure Drew Brees in the way that Mario Williams did and Reggie Bush should find some running room.
Saints

Oakland Raiders(2-8) at Kansas City Chiefs(4-6) 1:00PM
As a Denver fan I wish that both of these teams could lose this weekend, but if I had to choose, I would choose the Chiefs to lose and widen the gap between these two teams and Denver. Unfortunately, the 12th man of Arrowhead must regain its advantage at some time and what better time than now. I donít see a Raiders road win.
Chiefs

Seattle Seahawks(6-4) at St. Louis Rams(2-8) 1:00PM
After the big win against New Orleans I might have picked the Rams to win at home in this match up, but after only being able to muster 13 points against San Francisco Iím thinking the New Orleans game must have been a fluke. Seattle has been on a little roll of their own and will continue this week.
Seahawks

Tennessee Titans(6-4) at Cincinnati Bengals(3-7) 1:00PM
This game is going to come down to the Bengals defense again. If the Titans can run the ball all day long and take the pressure off Vince Young then I think they will prevail in the end. Carson Palmer and his receiving core will have very little time on the field as the Titans control the game and the clock.
Titans

Washington Redskins(5-5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers(6-4) 1:00PM
The Redskins came out hard and played a good game against NFC leading Dallas. If they can carry over some of that intensity into this match up, they will topple the Buccaneers and regain some of their footing.
Redskins

San Francisco 49ers(2-8) at Arizona Cardinals(5-5) 4:05PM
Arizona outplayed the 49ers in their first match up of the season but failed to put the game away. Missed opportunities and not putting the nail in the coffin when they had the chance let the 49ers accomplish a fourth quarter comeback to win the game. This week the Cardinals wonít make the same mistake and will take the lead early, never looking back.
Cardinals

Baltimore Ravens(4-6) at San Diego Chargers(5-5) 4:15PM
I had originally picked the Chargers to win in this match up that will be played on their own field, but after the Ravens managed a comeback that almost proved victorious last week against Cleveland Iíve changed my mind. Iíll admit this game could go either way depending on which version of which team chooses to show up.
Ravens

Denver Broncos(5-5) at Chicago Bears(4-6) 4:15PM
Excluding the glitch against Detroit, the Broncos have been continuously improving since there bye week including a close but overtime lose to a fantastic Green Bay team. This week they will take to the road for Chicago to take on the Bears who have given Rex Grossman his starting position back. No matter. Grossman or Brian Griese, the Broncos will look to increase their interception numbers as Jay Cutler continues to grow as a potentially great NFL quarterbackÖwhat an arm!!!
Broncos

Sunday, November 25, 2007, Sunday Night Football
*Note: Sunday night games in Weeks 11-17 subject to change

Philadelphia Eagles(5-5) at New England Patriots(10-0) 8:15PM
The spread on this match up, last I heard has already been pushed to 22 points being given by the Patriots and the Patriots are 9-1 against the spread this year. If thatís any indication on how this game will play out then I may be in bed before halftime.
Patriots

Monday, November 26, 2007, Monday Night Football

Miami Dolphins(0-10) at Pittsburgh Steelers(7-3) 8:30PM
This SHOULD be another open and shut game, but after the defeat that Pittsburgh suffered last week you can almost put a question mark here. A lot of the Dolphins losses have been by only three points. That means they havenít been blown out and have only failed to finish out a game. However, I think the Steelers will show up to this game with something to prove. Dolphins desperately need a win, but Steelers desperately need to redeem themselves.
Steelers

And thus concludes another week of NFL picks. Last week I came closer to the elusive 16-0 week so I can only continue to chase it. Now I will leave you with this reflection of women and football. ďThe reason women donít play football is because eleven of them would never wear the same outfit in public.Ē ĖComedian Phyllis Diller
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