The Greg One’s Week 5 picks

After the best week of the prognosticating season, your friend The Greg One looks to improve on last week’s 12-4 record from last week. Best prediction of last week, the monday night game Indianapolis at Tampa Bay. My prediction was Tampa wins 23-17. Actual result, Tampa wins 24-17! This week the byes begin but the double digit win total is still expected. Here are this week’s winners.

Philadelphia at Buffalo
Every week I pick the Eagles to win they lose it seems. The Bills have surprised everyone only to choke against Cincinnati last week, blowing my eliminator pick in the process. I pick the Eagles to win out of spite, 27-23.

New Orleans at Carolina
Good ole fashioned shootout ends with Saints win, 37-30.

Oakland at Houston
Raiders will either play inspired after the passing of Al Davis yesterday or play flat, unable to play and grieve at the same time. Rest in peace Al. Raiders still lose 28-20.

Kansas City at Indianapolis
Every week my upset special team has the lead late in the fourth quarter only to lose in the final three minutes, including the Colts two weeks ago. I go back to the well one more time and say Colts win 23-16.

Cincinnati at Jacksonville
This week’s stupor bowl has the Jaguars winning 17-13.

Arizona at Minnesota
Minnesota finds a way to win despite lousy quarterback play. Defense plays huge part in Vikings 24-21 win.

Seattle at NY Giants
Giants defense make Tavaris Jackson wish for his college days. Giants win 31-9.

Tennessee at Pittsburgh
Improved Titans take the fight to depleted Steelers and win 24-17.

Tampa Bay at San Francisco
Hard for me to pick San Francisco to win any game but they’re doing something right. Above average defense manages to control Blount and Tampa offense. San Fran wins 26-23.

San Diego at Denver
Chargers will pick up where the left off in last season’s finale against Broncos resulting in 33-23 win.

NY Jets at New England
Still not a believer in Mark Sanchez as a top quarterback. Brady scorches Jets 37-17.

Green Bay at Atlanta
Green Bay still has Atlanta’s number. Packers win 36-21.

Chicago at Detroit
Detroit 5-0? I am a believer. Detroit wins 31-16.

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