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Scroll down to the end of the column it is in RED look at the score this guy predicts....geeez
Week 4 Predictions: Favre Looking for Record
By Chris Pokorny, PFCritics Writer September 30, 2007 The bye weeks are back for another year in the NFL, coming at the right time for a team like the 0-3 New Orleans Saints. Five undefeated teams remain in the NFL, and there's a good chance that five teams will be undefeated as the week comes to a close. A major story this week will be if Brett Favre is able to break the all-time touchdown record for a quarterback, set by Dan Marino. Favre only needs one score to break the record, and it'd be the second major record broken by an active NFL quarterback in recent years (Peyton Manning broke the single season record a few years ago).
Besides the record though, there is plenty of action to get excited about heading into week number four, particularly involving divisional games. Let's get fired up about this week's games of the week...
This year, chances are that these battles will have a significant bearing on both team's playoff chances. The Seahawks are better than last year due to being healthier all around, although Shaun Alexander is having to play through a broken left wrist. The one thing you have to like about San Francisco's chances in this game is their ability to defend the pass after the addition of Nate Clements into the secondary. The Seahawks have been getting solid production out of Alexander, but the 49ers seem to turn their game up to another level on the road. 49ers 24, Seahawks 21
HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF (PART II)
Denver Broncos vs. Indianapolis Colts. Believe me, I understand that the Denver Broncos have had a lot of changes since that string of playoff games in which they would continuously get blown out by the Colts. Do you know who has gotten better since those games though? Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts have received some criticism for not "dominating" the Titans and the Texans, but let's remember one thing. The Colts won the Super Bowl last year, and lost three games during the regular season, all of which came against teams in their division on the road. This year, they are already 2-for-2 in those games, which are a lot tougher than they sounds on paper.
The Broncos secondary has been very good with Champ Bailey and Dre Bly. It's tough to keep Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne in check, but if any unit could do it, it'd be those guys. The Broncos have been very vulnerable to the run, and Joseph Addai should be the man that sets everything up for Indianapolis this week. Travis Henry has had a couple of 100-yard performances this year, but he won't have the same luck against the Colts on the road. Colts 28, Broncos 17
The Bengals will be without Rudi Johnson. Kenny Watson may have some moderate success on the ground, but overall, the ground game should be neutralized by the Patriots' defense. When New England is able to focus exclusively on defending Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh, it'll be extremely difficult for Cincinnati to overcome all of the factors that they are up against. Patriots 41, Bengals 24
REST OF THE WEEK
Houston Texans vs. Atlanta Falcons. This was perhaps the toughest pick of the week to make, believe it or not. The Texans came close to pulling off a rally against the Colts last week, despite the fact that they were without Andre Johnson and Ahman Green, their top two offensive weapons. Meanwhile, Joey Harrington threw for about 360 yards for the Falcons in his best performance of the season thus far. With Atlanta playing at home and having a pretty good pass defense, I can certainly see the Falcons having an advantage. In the end though, the deciding factor is that I never have faith in Joey Harrington heading into gameday, coupled with the fact that the Texans defensive front should be able to pressure him all game long. Texans 20, Falcons 10
New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills. After last week's performance, it looks like the Jets are coming together. Chad Pennington was back to run the offense how it should be run and Thomas Jones received his fair share of touches. The Jets' defense didn't impress, but that shouldn't be a concern against a Bills offense that was poor under J.P. Losman to start the season. Now, the Bills are forced to throw rookie quarterback Trent Edwards in at starting quarterback. When you have a rookie quarterback, a rookie running back, not much experience at receiver, and not enough impact players defensively, you're not going to be a winning football team. Jets 27, Bills 10
Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns. After hearing that Rudi Johnson was out for the Bengals, I probably should've converted this to one of the games of the week instead. The big story here is the fact that Jamal Lewis will be going head-to-head against Ray Lewis and the Ravens' defense. It should be a sight to see the first time that those two meet each other on a play. The Browns were a field goal away from being 2-1 last week, and are actually playing pretty well on offense. Cleveland's defense has been a liability, but sometime the Ravens' "platoon quarterback situation" will come back to bite them, whether it be a lack of continuity or a question of who to put in at what time. Browns 23, Ravens 17
St. Louis Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys. Laughable. A joke. Pathetic. Should I carry on with the various words or phrases that describe the St. Louis Rams' start to the season? Marc Bulger has been a big letdown, and even if they did muster anything respectable against the Cowboys, their defense won't have a chance to stop Tony Romo and the Cowboys' offense. No one can stop the Patriots in the AFC, and no one can stop the Cowboys in the NFC. Cowboys 40, Rams 16
Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions. Everyone has been calling for a change at the quarterback position, and it's finally happened: Brian Griese will start this Sunday against the Detroit Lions. What if the Bears lose though? Does that mean Rex Grossman should go back to being the starter? The real problem here isn't solely at the quarterback position for the Bears. Cedric Benson has been ineffective at the running back position, and half of the Bears' secondary is hindered by injuries. The Lions offense hasn't bothered running the ball this year: they've thrown and thrown and thrown, and it's worked in terms of putting points on the board. How about this: I'm taking the Detroit Lions to embarrass the Bears, although it'll have nothing to do with the quarterback change. Lions 30, Bears 17
Oakland Raiders vs. Miami Dolphins. Daunte Culpepper was fairly impressive last week. His decision making was better than I had expected, and despite the fact that he had little to work with in terms of wide receivers, he got the ball into the right hands often. The Raiders' most effective weapon is LaMont Jordan though, who is showing that he won't be giving up playing time to Dominic Rhodes any time soon. The Dolphins have quietly slipped to 0-3, and despite improving offensively, they are headed for 0-4. Raiders 24, Dolphins 16
Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings. Brett Favre is ready for touchdown number 421. It's unfortunate that it'll have to come on the road, but if it contributes towards another win, Favre and the city of Green Bay would take that over anything. Green Bay is playing outstanding at every position, whether it be on offense, defense, or special teams. Unfortunately for the Vikings, the only thing they have really been good at is defending the run. Kelly Holcomb provides some effectiveness at quarterback, but you can only do so much without a threat to speak of at receiver. Packers 17, Vikings 13
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals. It's quite tempting to say that Ken Whisenhunt and the Arizona Cardinals will hand the Steelers their first loss, but why? Yes, the Cardinals have come within three points of winning in both of their losses, but the odds are stacked against them here. Matt Leinart isn't playing at his peak, and Arizona is without Anquan Boldin. Meanwhile, Pittsburgh has been effective on all cylinders and Ben Roethlisberger has been handling his "new" role very well. After dismantling the 49ers last week, the task should be fairly similar against the Cardinals this week. Steelers 26, Cardinals 16
Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Diego Chargers. To those of you that drafted LaDainian Tomlinson and Larry Johnson within the first two picks of your fantasy drafts, I'm sure it's been a very painful couple of weeks. One of those backs is bound to break out here. Unfortunately for Johnson, it'll be Tomlinson and the Chargers, who will be looking to take this one to the record books. Chargers 63, Chiefs 7
Huhm Bu77 Siskobobs
that is the dumbest thing i have ever heard
One of those backs is bound to break
His Helmet trying to run on the Red Hats!!!!!!!!!
Go Chiefs!!!!!! be afraid LT, be very afraid, The Red Hats are Here!!!!!!
So our offense is horrible. They havent put up points I kinda get that. But we have the fourth ranked D in the league and the Chargers are like 22 or lower. But we allow 63 and they only allow 7 sounds like an eggos fan having a hallucination to me. Ohhh and these games are normally very close no matter what team wins. Tomorrow I'm having ham and eggs for breakfast but the Chiefs will be feasting on eggos for lunch and supper.
Our defense didn't even allow that many points from 02-05! I wonder if this guy even knows who the Chiefs are.