September 26, 2009

Welcome to my 3rd week of NFL picks. I went a measly 8-8 with my picks, bringing my total for the season 21-11. Here is a recap of last week (the X stands for the picks I got wrong):

SUN, SEP 20 TIME (ET)

TV

Carolina at Atlanta 1:00 PM

FOX

Minnesota at Detroit 1:00 PM

FOX

Cincinnati at Green Bay 1:00 PM

CBS X

Houston
at Tennessee
1:00 PM

CBS X

Oakland at Kansas City 1:00 PM

CBS

New England at NY Jets 1:00 PM

CBS X

New Orleans at Philadelphia 1:00 PM

FOX

St. Louis at Washington 1:00 PM

FOX

Arizona
at Jacksonville
1:00 PM

FOX X

Tampa Bay at Buffalo 4:05 PM

FOX X

Seattle
at San Francisco
4:05 PM

FOX

Pittsburgh at Chicago 4:15 PM

CBS X

Baltimore at San Diego 4:15 PM

CBS X

Cleveland at Denver 4:15 PM

CBS

NY Giants at Dallas 8:20 PM

NBC X

MON, SEP 21 TIME (ET)

TV

Indianapolis at Miami 8:30 PM

ESPN

QBs Donovan McNabb and Matt Hasselbeck will probably not play this week against the Chiefs and Bears, respectively. Plus, the Giants have numerous defensive players listed as questionable or out. Here are all of my picks for Week 2. The teams that are NOT crossed out are my picks. The s.o. stands for shutout, and the * stand for upset. Both logos will be next to the TV stations:

SUN, SEP 27 TIME (ET)

TV

Washington
at Detroit
1:00 PM

FOX

Green Bay at St. Louis 1:00 PM

FOX

San Francisco at Minnesota 1:00 PM

FOX

Tennessee
at NY Jets
1:00 PM

CBS

Kansas City at Philadelphia 1:00 PM

CBS

NY Giants at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM

FOX

Cleveland
at Baltimore
1:00 PM

CBS

Jacksonville at Houston 1:00 PM

CBS

New Orleans at Buffalo 4:05 PM

FOX

Chicago at Seattle 4:05 PM

FOX (s.o.)

Miami at San Diego 4:15 PM

CBS (*)

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati 4:15 PM

CBS

Denver
at Oakland
4:15 PM

CBS

Indianapolis at Arizona 8:20 PM

NBC

MON, SEP 28 TIME (ET)

TV

Carolina at Dallas 8:30 PM

ESPN

Now it’s time for that game that should be the best one on TV this week.

Game of the Week:

The Atlanta Falcons take on the New England Patriots in a showdown that should answer many questions. Are the Falcons for real? Are the Patriots still the team to beat in football? Falcons QB Matt Ryan is heading back to Massachusetts, where he played for his Alma matter Boston College. He and the Falcons have a great opportunity to beat New England. Their defense is in transition and missing key players. Tom Brady is still going through the motions playing QB. WR Wes Welker might play this week. Expect the Falcons to pull off a rare feat: a victory at Foxboro.

Prediction: Falcons 20-14

Well, that’s all the time I have for today. Before I go, check out tonight’s boxing match for the WBC Heavyweight Title. Vitaly Klitschko defends the title against Cristobal Arreola at the Staples Center. See it tonight on HBO (check local listings). If you disagree with anything I say, leave a comment below or email me at spidey23us@yahoo.com. Thanks for reading and good luck with your teams.

Yours Truly,

Sebastian Maldonado

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