October 31, 2009

Welcome to my 8th week of NFL picks. I went 9-4 with my picks, bringing my total for the season 68-35. Here is a recap of last week (the X stands for the picks I got wrong):

SUN, OCT 25

TIME (ET)

TV

Chicago at Cincinnati

1:00 PM

FOX X

Green Bay at Cleveland

1:00 PM

FOX

San Diego at Kansas City

1:00 PM

CBS

Indianapolis at St. Louis

1:00 PM

CBS (s.o.)

San Francisco at Houston

1:00 PM

FOX (*)

Minnesota at Pittsburgh

1:00 PM

FOX

New England at Tampa Bay

1:00 PM

CBS

Buffalo at Carolina

4:05 PM

CBS X

NY Jets at Oakland

4:05 PM

CBS

New Orleans at Miami

4:15 PM

FOX

Atlanta at Dallas

4:15 PM

FOX X

Arizona at NY Giants

8:20 PM

NBC X

MON, OCT 26

TIME (ET)

TV

Philadelphia at Washington

8:30 PM

ESPN

The following teams are off this week: Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Tampa Bay, Washington, and New England. Here are all of my picks for Week 8. 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, NOV 1

TIME (ET)

TV

Houston at Buffalo

1:00 PM

CBS

Cleveland at Chicago

1:00 PM

CBS (s.o.)

Seattle at Dallas

1:00 PM

FOX

St. Louis at Detroit

1:00 PM

FOX

San Francisco at Indianapolis

1:00 PM

FOX

Miami at NY Jets

1:00 PM

CBS

Denver at Baltimore

1:00 PM

CBS (*)

Oakland at San Diego

4:05 PM

CBS

Jacksonville at Tennessee

4:05 PM

CBS

NY Giants at Philadelphia

4:15 PM

FOX

Carolina at Arizona

4:15 PM

FOX

MON, NOV 2

TIME (ET)

TV

Atlanta at New Orleans

8:30 PM

ESPN

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

Game of the Week:

Brett Favre returns to the franchise he made famous. The Minnesota Vikings visit the Green Bay Packers in Lambeau Field. Many are curious to see what reaction Favre will receive from the Packer faithful. They are also worried they might lose to the Vikings again. After all, the Vikings possess the best running back right now in Adrian Peterson. The Packers are coming off the bye week and should be well-rested for this matchup. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers must step up to win this game, and he is always ready to prove himself once more to the football world.

Prediction: Packers 24-17

In other news, watch Game 3 of the World Series tonight on FOX (Check local listings). The Yankees and Phillies battle each other to take the series lead, as Andy Pettitte and Cole Hamels will start tonight. Well, that’s all the time I have for today. 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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