Saturday, October 30, 2010

We Remember!

Rand Paul supporter charged with assault

Rand Paul supporter charged with assault

Do Not Trust Republicans

Lucy is the Republican Party... Charlie Brown is the voters of America. The Republicans present their pledge to Americans prior to election day on November 2, 2010.

The Republicans realize they have the power back and pull the ball away from the dupes who voted for them. SUCKERS!

Of course, the Republican party pledge includes fine print as the voters of America are now helpless to do anything about their inane decision.

When will the people ever learn?

Friday, October 29, 2010

NFL - Week Eight Preview

The NFL season hits the halfway point for numerous teams this weekend and there are many surprise teams still atop the division races. There are also numerous disappointments throughout the league.
The Denver Broncos and San Francisco 49ers, both playing poorly to this point of the season, will play against each other at Wembley Stadium in London, England on Sunday. It's the annual game "across the pond" that so many teams have been involved in during past seasons.
The 49ers are a train wreck at this point with a 1-6 record and probably not much of chance to win the NFC West, which appears to be up for grabs between Seattle, Arizona and St. Louis entering this weekend.
The Broncos were lit up for 59 points by the ever improving Oakland Raiders last week. The Raiders have been the bottom feeder of the AFC West for about six years now.
Denver Head Coach Josh McDaniels is rumored to be on the proverbial "hot seat" with the team at 2-5 and playing so poorly.
Speaking of the AFC West and shoddy play, how about the San Diego Chargers at 2-5?
The Chargers lead the NFL in total defense and total offense, but because of inept special teams play and costly penalties at the most inopportune times, find themselves looking up at the surprisingly good Kansas City Chiefs.
The Chiefs lead the division with a 4-2 record and are entering the easiest part of the schedule for the next six weeks.
The Kansas City Chiefs just might never lose another game this season the way they are going.
The Green Bay Packers limp into the Meadowlands this Sunday to face one of the best teams in the league... the New York Jets.
Also limping into action on Sunday will be the Minnesota Vikings as they travel to face the New England Patriots, who are tied for first place with the Jets in the AFC East with a 5-1 record.
Surprise! Surprise!

It figures to be an interesting weekend around the NFL... here goes nothing once again as the games are forecast for Week Eight. (Home teams are listed in BOLD)

Detroit over Washington
New England over Minnesota
Kansas City over Buffalo
Oakland over Seattle
Carolina over St. Louis
Jacksonville over Dallas
NY Jets over Green Bay
San Diego over Tennessee
Arizona over Tampa Bay
Denver over San Francisco (game in London, England)
Cincinnati over Miami
Pittsburgh over New Orleans
Indianapolis over Houston

Last Week's record: 9-5


Thursday, October 28, 2010

Careful What You Wish For on Election Day

Future Speaker of the House John Boehner?

Future Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell?

Newt Gingrich is just an idiot!

MIRROR IMAGES . . . Although with Boehner, McConnell and Gingrich, that's actually an insult to the guys pictured below.

Monday, October 25, 2010

NFL - Week Seven Review

Halloween is still a week away, but the NFL games this past weekend were strange indeed. In fact, to some teams, this season has been downright scary. To other teams, it has been a treat indeed as upsets and surprises dominated week seven around the league.

Washington 17, Chicago 14- De Angelo Hall is the co-Heftyinfo NFL Player of the Week after making four interceptions in the game for the Redskins, including taking one back 92 yards for a touchdown.

Baltimore 37, Buffalo 34 (OT)- The Ravens struggled at home to beat the winless Bills as Buffalo quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick shredded the vaunted Ravens' defense for 374 passing yards and four touchdowns. Baltimore QB Joe Flacco had three TD passes in the win.

Oakland 59, Denver 14- WOW! Where did this come from? The Raiders lit up the host Broncos as co-Heftyinfo NFL Player of the Week led the way. Darren McFadden rushed for 165 yards and scored four touchdowns in the rout. The Raiders' defense scored a TD and limited Denver to 240 yards in total offense.

Cleveland 30, New Orleans 17- That's right! The Browns went into the New Orleans SuperDome and crushed the defending Super Bowl champion Saints. The Browns were outgained by nearly 2-1 margin, but Saints' QB Drew Brees was intercepted four times in the loss. David Bowens ran two of the picks back for scores for Cleveland.
This is the third straight season the Browns have defeated the defending Super Bowl champions, having beat Pittsburgh last year and the New York Giants in 2008.

Tampa Bay 18, St. Louis 17- The Buccaneers are 4-2 after getting a late scoring pass from QB Josh Freeman to Cadillac Williams with ten seconds remaining in the game. Both the Rams (3-4) and Bucs are surprise contenders in their divisions in the NFC.

Tennessee 37, Philadelphia 19- The Titans drew away in the fourth quarter by outscoring the Eagles, 27-3 including two TD passes from QB Kerry Collins to wide receiver Kenny Britt. The duo hooked up three times for scores in the game for Tennessee (5-2). The Eagles slipped to 4-3 with the defeat.

Kansas City 42, Jacksonville 20- Another surprise team in 2010, the Kansas City Chiefs improved to 4-2 with a home win against the hapless Jaguars, who have allowed a league high 209 points through seven games.
Veteran running back Thomas Jones ran for 125 yards and the Chiefs totaled 236 yards on the ground.

Carolina 23, San Francisco 20- The Panthers earned their first win of the season as John Kasay kicked the game winner from 37 yards out to send the 49ers (1-6) to yet another defeat.

Atlanta 39, Cincinnati 32- Another strange game as the host Falcons bolted out to a big lead, only see the Bengals storm back behind QB Carson Palmer (412 yards and three touchdown passes) and actually get the lead.
Matt Ryan (299 yards passing) connected with Roddy White (11 catches for 201 yards) twice for touchdowns and running back Michael Turner (121 yards) scored the deciding touchdown late in the fourth quarter.

Pittsburgh 23, Miami 22- The Steelers won with a late field goal by Jeff Reed as the Steelers pulled one out against Miami to improve to 5-1. This was a defensive struggle as field goals dominated the scoring. Steelers' QB Ben Roethlisberger threw two TD passes.

Seattle 22, Arizona 10- Seahawks kicker Olindo Mare kicked five field goals and the Seattle defense stymied the Cardinals to get the win and take over first place in the NFC West.

New England 23, San Diego 20- The Patriots took advantage of four first half turnovers by the Chargers (2-5) to sneak out the win.
The Chargers defense limited the NFL's top scoring offense to just 179 total yards while seeing the Pats get ahead 23-6 early in the fourth quarter. San Diego QB Philip Rivers (336 yards passing) hit Antonio Gates for a TD scoring pass and three minutes later Mike Tolbert scored from a yard out to cut the deficit to 23-20.
San Diego got the ball back after stuffing New England on fourth-and-one from the Pats' 49-yard line, but kicker Kris Brown's 50-yard field goal attempt clanked no good off the right upright to seal the win for New England.

Green Bay 28, Minnesota 24- The Packers took advantage of three Brett Favre interceptions, including a touchdown by Desmond Bishop off one of the picks to get the win and get back into a tie for first place with the Chicago Bears in the NFC North.
Favre suffered an injury and it has since been disclosed he has an ankle fracture and might not start next week at New England.
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for 295 yards and a pair of TDs in the win.

NY Giants 41, Dallas 35- The Giants (5-2) saw Dallas take an early 10-0 lead as Eli Manning was intercepted twice. But the Giants' QB rallied his team with four touchdown passes and 306 yards through the air.
Dallas QB Tony Romo suffered a broken collar bone in the game and will be out six to eight weeks as the Cowboys (1-5) are seeing their season slip away.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Can The Basics Beat Big Money?

Back In Action

After a week off to update and upgrade the computer, Heftyinfo is back and better than ever.
The NFL picks went 10-4 last weekend and this week's picks are as follows...

(Home teams listed in bold)

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

Last Week's Record: 10-4


Friday, October 15, 2010

Chillin' on Friday Night

NFL - Week Six Preview

What looked to be a marquee match between two of last season's best teams and overwhelming favorites to battle for the chance to get to the Super Bowl is now instead a battle for survival in Week Six as the Dallas Cowboys take on the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday.
Both teams are 1-3 and have been real disappointments to this point in the 2010 NFL season.
Brett Favre might not play in this one as a result of tendinitis in his elbow. Meanwhile, Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo has been erratic in the early going.
There are other games this weekend that appear more important than the Cowboys at Vikings game. The Baltimore Ravens, who many consider to be the current front-runners to win Super Bowl 45 in February, travel to take on the New England Patriots, who are off to a fast start and now begin the rest of their season without wide receiver Randy Moss.
How about the Atlanta Falcons, at 4-1 and leading the NFC South, traveling to play the Philadelphia Eagles, who are sitting atop the NFC East at 3-2 along with the New York Giants and surprising Washington Redskins?
A sneak peek at the 14 games slated for this weekend follows...

Dallas at Minnesota - Who would have thought these two squads would be 1-3 at this point? Someone has to win or maybe the game could end in a tie.

Seattle at Chicago - How 'bout those 4-1 Chicago Bears? How 'bout those 2-2 Seattle Seahawks?

San Diego at St. Louis - The Chargers lead the NFL in total offense, tied for first in total defense and have the most points scored in the league ... so why are they 2-3 entering this game? Turnovers and sloppy special teams play. Beware the Rams!

Atlanta at Philadelphia - No Michael Vick once again this weekend as his former team comes calling in the city of brotherly love. Most Philly fans will be concentrating on the baseball playoffs this weekend as the Phillies host the San Francisco Giants.

NY Jets at Denver - The Jets continue to fly high early this season. Will they crash and burn in Denver? Don't count on it.

Oakland at San Francisco - The 49ers have to win a game some time this season, right? The Raiders were very fortunate to beat the Chargers (for the first time in seven years) last week.

Kansas City at Houston - The host Texans still smarting from the beat down they suffered to the NY Giants last week. Don't look for the Chiefs to do the same to them.

Cleveland at Pittsburgh - Browns' rookie QB Colt McCoy gets his first start... Welcome to the NFL Colt! And welcome back "Big Ben"... the Steelers roll in this one.

Detroit at NY Giants - The Giants have been playing "lights out" defense the last two games, which they won by the way. The Lions are improving, but no chance this weekend.

Miami at Green Bay - Will Aaron Rodgers play for the Packers, who have been decimated by injuries this season?

Baltimore at New England - When the Ravens smoked the Pats last season in the playoffs, NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders said that New England QB Tom Brady looked like "hot garbage." Will the Patriots get revenge and show they are still a top team in the AFC? There is a good chance they win this game.

New Orleans at Tampa Bay - The Saints couldn't possibly lose to the Buccaneers a second straight time could they?

Indianapolis at Washington - The Colts, much like the Saints, simply do not look like the same team we have been accustomed to seeing on the field. What's wrong?

Tennessee at Jacksonville - The Jags are on a mission ... to save Head Coach Jack Del Rio's job.

Here are the selections for Week Six... (Home teams are listed in bold)

Green Bay over Miami (only if Aaron Rodgers plays)
Chicago over Seattle
San Diego over St. Louis
Houston over Kansas City
Minnesota over Dallas
Philadelphia over Atlanta
New England over Baltimore
Pittsburgh over Cleveland
NY Giants over Detroit
NY Jets over Denver
New Orleans over Tampa Bay
San Francisco over Oakland
Indianapolis over Washington
Jacksonville over Tennessee

Last week's record: 6-8


Monday, October 11, 2010

NFL - Week Five Review

The '72 Miami Dolphins, the only NFL Super Bowl championship team to go undefeated through the entire season and playoffs, can pop the champagne corks a little earlier than usual this season as the Indianapolis Colts knocked the previously unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs, 19-9 in the fifth week of the season. The Chiefs were the last unbeaten team in the NFL entering this past weekend.
In much the same manner as 2009, the early season standings appear to be upside down after many upsets this past weekend.
Just take a look at the standings.
However, expect the top teams to rise to the top as they did last year when the final games are played after Week 17.
But for now, the teams currently at or near the top can enjoy the success they have had.
The Colts looked lackluster once again in beating Kansas City. Peyton Manning did not throw a touchdown pass in the win.
Speaking of lackluster, the Saints were knocked off again, this time by Arizona, 30-20 as the Cards did it with defense, scoring two touchdowns on turnovers to score the victory. Saints' QB Drew Brees was intercepted three times, including a 28-yard interception return for a score by Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie that sealed the game.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are indeed a surprise team as they are 3-1 after beating the Cincinnati Bengals, 24-21 by scoring the games final ten points in the last two minutes. Bucs' QB Josh Freeman threw for 280 yards and the game tying touchdown prior to Conner Barth nailing the game winning field goal from 31 yards out.
On the opposite side, disappointing starts seem to follow the San Diego Chargers every year since Norv Turner took over the team as head coach in 2007.
The Chargers lost to the Oakland Raiders, 35-27 (the Chargers' first loss to Oakland in 14 games) as quarterback Philip Rivers (431 yards passing with two TD) was sacked and fumbled as the Chargers were driving for the potential winning field goal. The loose ball was run back 64 yards for a touchdown by Tyvon Branch to clinch the win for the Raiders.
The Chargers' wide receiver Malcolm Floyd, the Heftyinfo NFL Player of the Week, had eight catches for 213 yards, including a 41-yard TD reception in the loss.
The Dallas Cowboys are also a disappointing team at 1-3 after losing at home to Tennessee, 34-27. Titans' running back Chris Johnson scored twice and ran for 131 yards and quarterback Vince Young threw two touchdown passes.
Cowboys' QB Tony Romo threw for 406 yards and three touchdowns in the loss, but also had three interceptions.
The Washington Redskins are tied for first place in the NFC East with the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles (3-2) after topping the Green Bay Packers, 16-13 in overtime. Packers' QB Aaron Rodgers suffered a concussion in the game and may miss the next game vs. Miami. In addition, Packers' linebacker Clay Matthews and tight end Jermichael Finley also suffered injuries.
The Giants blew away the Houston Texans, 34-10 behind another solid defensive effort and Eli Manning, who passed for 297 yards and three touchdowns.
The Eagles held off the very disappointing San Francisco 49ers, 27-24 for a road win that helped them keep pace with the Giants and Redskins. The 49ers are 0-5 and rumors are starting to swirl that Head Coach Mike Singletary is on the "hot seat."
The Baltimore Ravens blew out the Denver Broncos, 31-17 behind 233 yards rushing and a solid run defense. Broncos' QB Kyle Orton passed for 314 yards in the loss.
The Chicago Bears are a surprising 4-1 after they beat Carolina 23-6 behind a big day by Matt Forte' (166 yards rushing with two TD), who raced 68 yards for a second score in the first quarter.
Jacksonville posted a second straight win 36-26 at Buffalo as David Garrard threw three touchdown passes and Josh Scobee booted five field goals in the win.
Atlanta (4-1) beat the Cleveland Browns, 20-10 to open a slight lead over the Tampa Bay Bucs in the NFC South.
The Detroit Lions finally broke into the win column in 2010 with a 44-6 thrashing of the visiting St. Louis Rams. Stefan Logan brought a kickoff back 105 yards for a score and Lions' QB Shaun Hill threw for three touchdowns in the win.
The Monday night game between the Vikings and Jets in the Meadowlands took a while to get started... literally.
After a delay of nearly one hour due to lightning storms in the area, the Jets won the game 29-20 and dominated the first half defensively before the Brett Favre to Randy Moss combo got going. Favre hit Moss for a TD pass to cut the Jets lead to 12-7.
The hero for the Jets was kicker Nick Folk, who nailed five field goals in five tries, including a 53-yard kick. LaDainian Tomlinson (94 yards rushing) led a balanced offensive attack for the Jets, including Shonn Greene's 23-yard touchdown run to put New York ahead 22-13 midway through the final quarter.
Favre hit Percy Harvin (5 catches for 97 yards, 2 TD) for a score with four minutes remaining to cut the deficit to 22-20. But when Favre was intercepted for a touchdown by Dwight Lowery with just under two minutes to go, the game was over.

Friday, October 8, 2010

NFL - Week Five Preview

Favre to Moss!
That will be the call Monday night when the Minnesota Vikings travel to face the self-proclaimed mighty New York Jets in the Meadowlands.
The Vikings' veteran quarterback has his deep threat back in Moss (Sidney Rice is still out with injuries) and that should help to open the running game as well as the shorter passing game.
The Jets have a strong defense and Darelle Revis is slated to come back and play this Monday night as well.
Will Randy Moss be stranded on "Revis Island"?
Stay tuned to find out more...

The picks for Week Five (Home teams listed in bold)

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

Last Week's record: 8-6


Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Phillies' Halladay throws no-hitter in Game One of NLDS

Roy Halladay of the Philadelphia Phillies, making his first-ever start in the post-season, threw a no-hitter against the Cincinnati Reds in the first game of the National League Division Series, a 4-0 win for the Phillies.
Halladay threw just 104 pitches and struck out eight while walking just one batter.
How about that!

The tea party candidates' theme song (One size fits 'em all)

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

2010 MLB Post-Season Picks

The post-season in Major League Baseball is here and there are numerous possibilities as the playoffs get started October 6th with three games on tap.
The Philadelphia Phillies host the Cincinnati Reds in the National League while the Tampa Bay Rays host the Texas Rangers and the New York Yankees are at the Minnesota Twins.
The Atlanta Braves travel to play the San Francisco Giants to open that series on Thursday.

The Reds have not been to the playoffs in 15 years and the Phillies had the best record (97-65) in the league this season. The Phils are looking to win their second World Series title in the last three years.
The defending champion New York Yankees have a lot of work ahead of them if they want to repeat this year. In the spring, Heftyinfo picked the Yankees and Phillies to battle it out in the World Series with the Phillies winning it all.
No changes as we are sticking to our guns and staying with the Phillies to hoist the trophy after the Fall Classic.

Here are the selections...


Phillies over Reds in 4 games; Giants over Braves in 5 games.


Rays over Rangers in 5 games; Yankees over Twins in 4 games.

NLCS (Best of Seven)

Phillies over Giants in 6 games.

ALCS (Best of Seven)

Yankees over Rays in 7 games.

WORLD SERIES (Best of Seven)

Phillies over Yankees in 6 games.

Monday, October 4, 2010

NFL - Week Four Review

The only undefeated team in the NFL after four weeks is the Kansas City Chiefs?
No kidding.
The Chiefs are 3-0 following their bye week and the lone unbeaten team remaining after the Steelers lost a tough one at home in the closing seconds, 17-14 to the Baltimore Ravens. The Chicago Bears were blasted by the New York Giants, 17-3 as quarterback Jay Cutler was sacked NINE times in the first half. Cutler was knocked out of the game with a concussion as New York's defense tallied 10 sacks in the win.
There are still four winless teams as Detroit, Carolina, Buffalo and San Francisco lost once again. The Cleveland Browns earned their first win in 2010 with a 23-20 home win against Cincinnati.
After four weeks in the NFL, the division races are beginning to heat up as many teams are 2-2 and there is no real dominant team looming large this season.
Jacksonville (2-2) surprised the Indianapolis Colts, 31-28 on Josh Scobee's 59-yard field goal as time expired. The Colts, which started 14-0 a year ago, are 2-2 following the loss... The Houston Texans took over sole possession of first place in the AFC South with a 31-24 win at Oakland as running back Arian Foster, who was benched at the start of the game by Head Coach Gary Kubiak for tardiness of a team meeting, rushed for 131 yards, including a 74-yard TD run to pace the Texans' offense which totaled 249 yards on the ground...
Atlanta survived a scare at home when kicker Matt Bryant boomed a 43-yard field goal to win 16-14 against San Francisco. The win enabled the Falcons to remain tied for first place with New Orleans in the NFC South... The Saints also survived a similar fate against Carolina, winning 16-14 behind three field goals by 46-year old John Carney, who booted field goals from 32 yards (twice) and the game winner from 25 yards out in the final four minutes...
Green Bay looked dominant in the early stages of the game against Detroit, but had to hang on for a 28-26 win at Lambeau Field. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw for a pair of touchdowns and Charles Woodson ran an interception back 48 yards to provide the difference for the Pack... St. Louis is tied for first place in the NFC West with Arizona and Seattle (2-2) after winning their second straight game as they toppled the Seahawks, 20-3 behind solid defense and rookie QB Sam Bradford, who threw two touchdown passes and had 289 yards through the air...
Speaking of Arizona, they were completely dominated by the host San Diego Chargers, 41-10 as the San Diego defense sacked Arizona quarterbacks nine times in the game, including four by linebacker Shaun Phillips, the Heftyinfo NFL Player of the Week. Phillips totaled the four sacks and also returned an interception 31 yards for a touchdown. The Chargers improved to 2-2 with the win and lead the NFL in total offense and defense in the first four weeks...
LaDainian Tomlinson had his best game in nearly two years as he rushed for 133 yards and scored two touchdowns in the New York Jets 38-14 thrashing of the host Buffalo Bills... Donovan McNabb emerged victorious in his return to Philadelphia as the Washington Redskins beat the Eagles, 17-12. McNabb had a TD pass and the Redskins defense knocked Eagles' QB Michael Vick out of the game in the first half and then held Kevin Kolb and the Eagles in check the rest of the way for the win...
Denver surprised the Tennessee Titans with a 26-20 road win as QB Kyle Orton threw for 341 yards and had two touchdown strikes as well. Orton (pictured upper right) leads the NFL is passing yardage through the first four weeks of the season.
The Monday Night Football Game saw the New England Patriots rout the host Miami Dolphins, 41-14 as Brandon Tate took the second half kickoff back for a touchdown and before they knew what happened, the Patriots were ahead for good. New England scored touchdowns six different ways and rolled to the win to remain tied for first place with the New York Jets in the AFC East.

Friday, October 1, 2010

NFL - Week Four Preview

The bye weeks begin as Week Four of the 2010 NFL season gets going. The Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Minnesota Vikings get the weekend off. But there will plenty of action as division rivalries heat up and the undefeated Chicago Bears travel to play the New York Giants on the prime time Sunday Night Game.

Here is a breakdown of the action for Week Four.

Cincinnati (2-1) at Cleveland (0-3) - The Bengals should beat the Browns, but Cincy QB Carson Palmer needs to get it going.

Indy (2-1) at Jacksonville (1-2) - The Jags' Head Coach Jack Del Rio is already on the proverbial hot seat and a win here (but don't count on it) would do wonders to squash the naysayers.

Carolina (0-3) at New Orleans (2-1) - The Panthers look pathetic this season so far and now they must travel to the 'Big Easy' to play an angry Saints team that lost to Atlanta last Sunday.

NY Jets (2-1) at Buffalo (0-3) - An upset special? Nope. Jets roll.

Baltimore (2-1) at Pittsburgh (3-0) - The final score of this one may well be 6-3.

Seattle (2-1) at St. Louis (1-2) - Can the Rams put together their first winning streak in two years? Just don't kickoff to Leon Washington (two TD returns last week vs. San Diego) and the Rams could pull it off.

Denver (1-2) at Tennessee (2-1) - The Titans should win this one, but Broncos' QB Kyle Orton has been on an early season roll.

San Francisco (0-3) at Atlanta (2-1) - The Falcons should bury the 49ers, who seem to be coming apart at the seams in the early going in 2010. Ouch!

Houston (2-1) at Oakland (1-2) - Don't be surprised if the Raiders spring the upset. The Texans are not a good road team.

Detroit (0-3) at Green Bay (2-1) - The Packers still smarting from loss to arch-rival Bears last Monday night. Aaron Rodgers has a big day and the Pack wins big.

Arizona (2-1) at San Diego (1-2) - How the Chargers are 1-2 is beyond comprehension. They lead the NFL in total offense and their defense in fourth overall in the league. Look for them to rebound at home and cruise past the Cards.

Washington (1-2) at Philadelphia (2-1) - Donovan McNabb vs. Michael Vick. Should be a great game.

Chicago (3-0) at NY Giants (1-2) - 'Da Bears!

New England (2-1) at Miami (2-1) - This one should go down to the wire with Tom Brady and the Pats sneaking out of Miami with the win.

Here are the picks for Week Four...

(Home teams listed in BOLD)

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

Last Week's Record: 12-4