plays in a Thanksgiving game, but like back in the 1960’s when they likewise faced the Packers and lost. It’s hard to see them getting beyond Aaron Rodgers. Detroit
The big media game of the week, “The Battle of the Brothers,” Jim for the Ravens and John, 15 months younger and a former Raven for
, this will be one intense game. Big brother wins. San Francisco
Quarterback Matt Schaub is out for the season but
Houston should beat in a weak division. Currently tied with Jacksonville Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and New England at 7-3, it will be hard to maintain first round bye status.
Either team could win this one. The Titans get the home field plus.
Not much at stake here other than avoiding the cellar in the NFC’s dog division.
After losing to the Steelers and Ravens, the Bengals will gladly maul the Steelers.
led the AFC East? Nobody’s figuring much of anything from them now. Rex Ryan’s show is wearing thin. More results and less jabber will keep the Jets in the playoff picture, a must unless Ryan wants the whole Big Apple to turn against him. Buffalo
If rookie QB Cam Newton falters, if Indy’s putting forth any effort any longer, they could gain their first win, but
still earns the nod. Carolina
The Ravens took the same trip two weeks ago and lost. What would give the Redskins even the slightest chance?
The Eagles don’t have much working right now and the Patriots swarm like sharks when there’s blood in the water.
If the Steelers are a lesser team in 2011, no one will know it this weekend.
The Giants need to pull an upset if they are to remain relevant this year but they won’t and the Saints will keep marching.