Last week featured a couple of surprise endings, including a tie between the Lions and Cardinals. The Bills comeback over the Jets was not expected, and the Raiders beating a Denver team that did not look good at all. Week two presents games that are easier to guess, but with the NFL you never know.
Thursday 8:20pm Panthers 37 Buccaneers 24
Jameis Winston is not the answer for the Buccaneers, and it’s going to show on Thursday with a loss to the Panthers. The defense looked solid in their last outing, but run CMC is coming to town so it might not last.
Sunday 1pm Vikings 24 Packers 17
David Bahktiari popped up on the injury report this week and it could decide the game before it even starts. Aaron Rodgers facing the Vikings pass rush without his best player is going to be a nightmare if it happens. Either way, the Packers don’t have enough firepower on offense to win this game.
Sunday 1pm Cowboys 27 Redskins 10
The Cowboys have a legit defense, and they are ready to bring it to the Trent Willams-less Redskins team.
Sunday 1pm Titans 21 Colts 20
It will be a close game, and the Titans will continue their defensive dominance and shutdown Brissett. Derrick Henry could be looking at another monster fantasy game.
Sunday 1pm Steelers 28 Seahawks 24
The Steelers are gonna bounce back in a big way after being embarrassed on Sunday night football. Look for Big Ben to take some big chances against the Seahawks.
Sunday 1pm Bills 20 Giants 17
This will be a better game than suspected, but Josh Allen will put on another show against a bad Giants defense.
Sunday 1pm Patriots 40 Dolphins 17
Tank mode activated!!
Sunday 1pm Texans 24 Jaguars 20
A great test for Deshaun Watson, and a good look at new rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew, who did well against the Chiefs defense last week.
Sunday 1pm Chargers 21 Lions 17
After tying last week the Lions are out to prove they can still compete in the best division in football, but they have a bad matchup against a good Chargers team.
Sunday 1pm Bengals 25 49ers 17
After struggling against the Bucs last week things will come full circle with a bad loss to the Bengals. Andy Dalton is gonna put himself back on the map with another impressive performance.
Sunday 1pm Ravens 34 Cardinals 21
The Ravens get another favorable matchup. Expect a huge game from Lamar Jackson, and a struggle from Murray and the Cardinals offense.
Sunday 4:25PM Saints 37 Rams 34
The Saints play in back to back thrillers to begin the year. The Rams struggled against the Panthers, it’ll be interesting to see if they can bounce back and put up the points needed.
Sunday 4:25PM Bears 21 Broncos 9
The Broncos fell flat on Monday Night Football, and now they have a super tough matchup against the Bears. If Trubisky can put up more than ten points they will win.
Sunday 8:20PM Falcons 36 Eagle 24(upset alert)
Julio Jones is coming back with a vengeance against a poor Eagles secondary, and it will be too much for Carson Wentz to keep up.
Monday 8:15pm Browns 29 Jets 14
Trevor Siemian gets to terrorize another fanbase with his poor play, the Browns cruise to an easy win against a battered Jets team.
Ameer, Kirby- 11-5
Deshawn, Adam- 10-6