Wednesday, December 29, 2010

NFL Week 17 Predictions

Carolina at Atlanta (Sunday 1pm)
Falcons have everything to play for : NFC South Title, 1st Round Bye & Home Field Advantage.   The Panthers are playing for John Fox’s swan song.
Winner: Falcons

Cincinnati at Baltimore (Sunday 1pm)

Could be Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson’s last game in a Bengals uniform.
Winner: Ravens

Pittsburgh at Cleveland (Sunday 1pm)

Steelers still need a win to clinch a first round bye as they may give Browns head coach Eric Mangini a fond farewell to Cleveland.
Winner: Steelers

Minnesota at Detroit (Sunday 1pm)

Who would’ve thought?  The Lions are going for four in a row here.
Winner: Lions

Oakland at Kansas City (Sunday 1pm)

It’s a chance at payback for the Chiefs for that overtime loss in Oakland earlier this season.
Winner: Chiefs

Miami at New England (Sunday 1pm)

Don’t expect the Patriots to relax just because they’ve wrapped up everything in the AFC.  They’ll want to get BenJarvus Green-Ellis 1,000 yards for the season.
Winner: Patriots

Tampa Bay at New Orleans (Sunday 1pm)

The Saints look just as dangerous now as they did one season ago.   Bucs will give New Orleans a nice playoff primer.
Winner: Saints

Buffalo at N.Y. Jets (Sunday 1pm)

With the playoffs ahead on the road next weekend, we may see the Jets rest a few including QB Mark Sanchez. 
Winner: Jets

San Diego at Denver (Sunday 4:15pm)

Tim Tebow. Tim Tebow. Tim Tebow!
Winner: Broncos

Chicago at Green Bay (Sunday 4:15pm)

We could see this matchup again in round 2 of the playoffs.  But first, the Packers have to get there with a victory here.
Winner: Packers

Jacksonville at Houston (Sunday 4:15pm)

No David Garrard for the Jags.  No win for Jacksonville.
Winner: Texans

Tennessee at Indianapolis (Sunday 4:15pm)

The beat rolls on for the Colts.  What seemed improbable five weeks ago becomes reality again: Colts will be AFC South Champs.
Winner: Colts

Dallas at Philadelphia (Sunday 4:15pm)

Michael Vick sits down and Kevin Kolb won’t miss a beat.  He should at least be able to do what Cardinals QB John Skelton did to Dallas.
Winner: Eagles

Arizona at San Francisco (Sunday 4:15pm)

Seriously?
Winner: 49ers

N.Y. Giants at Washington (Sunday 4:15pm)

What was once so promising in NY quietly ends in D.C. with a whimper.
Winner: Redskins

St. Louis at Seattle (Sunday 8:20pm)

Did you ever think the last regular season game would be matchup of two losing teams for a playoff spot?
Winner: Seahawks

Last week: 9-7

Season: 148-92

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