The Greg One’s week 7 picks


Your friend The Greg One is finally hitting his stride as evidenced by posting a stellar 11-2 record lat week. Can’t keep a good prognosticator down. Even my upset special Philadelphia managed to win. Time to keep the streak going…

Washington at Carolina
Washington is a mess and starting a new quarterback. I’ll take steady Carolina in my upset special, 24-16.

Seattle at Cleveland
Pete Carroll still has the touch. Seattle win 27-23

Atlanta at Detroit
In a minor upset, Falcons will win 28-23.

Denver at Miami
The best worst game of the week ends with Tim Tebow (er..) the Broncos, winning 23-20

San Diego at NY Jets
Chargers begin to exorcise the Jets demons. Chargers win 27-17.

Chicago at Tampa Bay
Tampa wins in a snoozefest 26-20.

Houston at Tennessee
Texans get back on track and beat the Titans at home 24-23.

Pittsburgh at Arizona
Pittsburgh keeps track with the Ravens by romping the Cardinals 34-13.

Kansas City at Oakland
Raiders defense saves the day. Raiders win 20-13.

St. Louis at Dallas
Cowboys get healthy on lowly Rams. Cowboys win 30-20.

Green Bay at Minnesota
New Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder looks better than McNabb but the result stays the same. Vikings lose. Green Bay wins 42-21.

Indianapolis at New Orleans
Saints make it look easy, win 34-10.

Baltimore at Jacksonville
Another unwatchable monday night game ends with Ravens winning 31-14.

  • MikeTuck

    I guess this answers the Manusky question, Laboy plays most of game and provides no pressure and no cover. So why are we playing Laboy ahead of English and Barnes. Barnes came in and applyed great pressure.. The question should be what is LaBoy doing for Manusky. Diggs English and Barnes all better LB’s than Laboy. What a imbarresment. Rivers sucked but so did the play calling of Turner. Shorten the drop and routes. That was given to Sanchez by Manusky who rather let the secoundary look secoundary by applying little to no pressure. I’d rather see Phillips play with another team than see him look like he’s doing. The D-line played great, but the pressure from both sides was absent again. Butler is the man, and bring in Cowher before it’s to late!!!!