After a silent week, we’re back just in time for the Ravens’ first divisional matchup. Along with the Jets-Patriots matchup, the Ravens-Bengals game tomorrow could be the NFL’s biggest event of the week. There are some very sublime games on the schedule, and we’ll do our best to predict them.
Keep reading for the staff’s picks, plus a recap of last week’s.
|Baltimore vs. Cincinnati||BAL||BAL||BAL|
|Chicago vs. Dallas||DAL||DAL||DAL|
|Philadelphia vs. Detroit||PHI||PHI||PHI|
|Arizona vs. Atlanta||ATL||ATL||ATL|
|Kansas City vs. Cleveland||KC||KC||KC|
|Buffalo vs. Green Bay||GB||GB||GB|
|Pittsburgh vs. Tennessee||TEN||TEN||TEN|
|Tampa Bay vs. Carolina||CAR||TB||CAR|
|Miami vs. Minnesota||MIN||MIN||MIN|
|St. Louis vs. Oakland||STL||OAK||OAK|
|Seattle vs. Denver||DEN||SEA||SEA|
|Houston vs. Washington||HOU||HOU||HOU|
|New England vs. New York Jets||NE||NE||NE|
|Jacksonville vs. San Diego||SD||SD||SD|
|New York Giants vs. Indianapolis||IND||IND||IND|
|New Orleans vs. San Francisco||NO||NO||NO|
Last week’s results were surprising at times, and our first batch of standings goes as follows:
- Joe (12-4)
- Justin (11-5)
- Casey (10-6)
So as you can see, it’s a close race, as would be expected when only 16 games have been picked. When all 256 games are played, the standings will probably be topped by yours truly, with a record of something resembling 252-4.