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NFL Picks: Week 5

No team in the NFL has had a bye week since this season began until now. This week, six teams are going to have byes thus we are going to see only 12 games on Sunday and one game on Monday Night.

At this point in the season, after 4 games, only two teams have a perfect record of 4 wins; interestingly enough these two teams happen to be in the same division! They are the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions. If you had suggested 3 or 4 seasons ago that the Lions will be 4-0 at this point in time or that the Colts and Vikings will be 0-4, many people would have laughed you to scorn. But it is what it is, isn’t it? Let us see if this week knocks Packers or Lions off their winning streak.

Also, it is amazing to note that a whopping eleven teams are just one loss shy of a perfect win record (i.e 3-1)! On the other hand, only 7 teams are one win away from a perfect loss record (i.e 1-3). It would appear that this is quite a competitive season at this point. Let us wait till the middle of the season to see how things stack up.

New Orleans Saints AT Carolina Panthers = New Orleans Saints

Kansas City Chiefs AT Indianapolis Colts = Indianapolis Colts

Philadelphia Eagles AT Buffalo Bills = Buffalo Bills

Seattle Seahawks AT New York Giants = New York Giants

Cincinnati Bengals AT Jacksonville Jaguars = Cincinnati Bengals

Tennessee Titans AT Pittsburgh Steelers = Pittsburgh Steelers

Oakland Raiders AT Houston Texans = Houston Texans

Arizona Cardinals AT Minnesota Vikings = Arizona Cardinals

Tampa Bay Bucs AT San Francisco 49ers = San Francisco 49ers

New York Jets AT New England Patriots = New England Patriots

San Diego Chargers AT Denver Broncos = San Diego Chargers

Green Bay Packers AT Atlanta Falcons = Green Bay Packers

Chicago Bears AT Detroit Lions = Detroit Lions

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NFL Picks: Week 4

Detroit Lions AT Dallas Cowboys = Detroit Lions

Carolina Panthers AT Chicago Bears = Chicago Bears

Pittsburgh Steelers AT Houston Texans = Houston Texans

Tennessee Titans AT Cleveland Browns = Cleveland Browns

Buffalo Bills AT Cincinnati Bengals = Buffalo Bills

Washington Redskins AT St Louis Rams = Washington Redskins

Minnesota Vikings AT Kansas City Chiefs = Kansas City Chiefs

San Francisco 49ers AT Philadelphia Eagles = Philadelphia Eagles

New Orleans Saints AT Jacksonville Jaguars = New Orleans Saints

Atlanta Falcons AT Seattle Seahawks = Atlanta Falcons

New York Giants AT Arizona Cardinals = New York Giants

Denver Broncos AT Green Bay Packers = Green Bay Packers

Miami Dolphins AT San Diego Chargers = San Diego Chargers

New England Patriots AT Oakland Raiders = New England Patriots

New York Jets AT Baltimore Ravens = Baltimore Ravens

Indianapolis Colts AT Tampa Bay Buccaneers = Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Thanksgiving 2010

Well well well….another Thanksgiving Day is here again. It is the holiday that we gather with our families or our loved ones around a sumptuous feast to recount all the things in the year for which we are thankful. It’s as simple as that.

But, of course, there is that boring Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade to watch. And then, hurray–there will be FOOTBALL. This year, I am betting against the Cowboys in that match against the New Orleans Saints.  So Sorry Cowboys—but you are a miserable team this year; don’t let anyone convince you otherwise. 😀

Happy Thanksgiving everyone : go nuts on the Turkey. And don’t forget the Black Friday Sales that comes tomorrow.

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