Friday, September 18, 2009


The second week of the 2009 NFL Football season features some key matchups.
The Dallas Cowboys finally get to play a real game in their brand-new state of the art stadium when they host the New York Giants on Sunday Night. Meanwhile, the New Orleans Saints, fresh off their opening 45-27 win over the Lions, travel to Philadelphia to play the Eagles.
Philadelphia will be without starting quarterback Donovan McNabb, who is out with cracked ribs. Also out for this week's game against Baltimore is San Diego Chargers star running back LaDainian Tomlinson, who injured his ankle during the Chargers' 24-20 victory last Monday night in Oakland.
Two other key games are divisional matchups featuring the Falcons playing host to the Carolina Panthers in the Georgia Dome while the Seattle Seahawks, who posted the only shut out last week, travel to San Francisco to face the 49ers, who surprised the host Arizona Cardinals, 20-16 in the opener.
One other intriguing game is the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Chicago Bears. Both teams are without star defensive players. The Steeelers do not have Troy Palomalu (knee sprain) and Chicago lost Brian Urlacher for the season with a wrist injury.

Listed below are heftyinfo's picks for Week Two... (Home teams are in bold)

Pittsburgh over Chicago
Arizona over Jacksonville
San Diego over Baltimore
New England over NY Jets
NY Giants over Dallas
Cleveland over Denver
Buffalo over Tampa Bay
Seattle over San Francisco
Washington over St. Louis
Atlanta over Carolina
Philadelphia over New Orleans
Tennessee over Houston
Kansas City over Oakland
Green Bay over Cincinnati
Minnesota over Detroit
Indianapolis over Miami

Last Week's record: (12-4)

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