Here are my NFL picks for Week 7, not including the Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders game. I'll save that one for Sunday morning.
Who ya got this week?
San Diego Chargers vs. New York Jets: I'm rolling with the Jets. The Chargers are 4-1 but they've looked lackluster at times doing it and I think New York responds with a good defensive outing. A Chargers loss would help the Chiefs quite a bit.
Chicago Bears vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: I'll take the Bucs in London. I can't pick Jay Cutler to perform well and lead his team to victory, even though he's been throwing the ball well lately.
Seattle Seahawks vs. Cleveland Browns: The battle of Mike Holmgren's last two teams. Give me the Browns here. The Seahawks just don't seem to have a direction and it looks like Charlie Whitehurst will be starting at QB for them.
Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions: The Falcons really need to win this one considering the Saints and Bucs are ahead of them in the NFC South but give me the Lions. The miracle season continues.
Houston Texans vs. Tennessee Titans: This is a huge game as both teams are battling for the AFC South lead. I'll take the Texans, despite their recent injuries, because Chris Johnson doesn't seem like Chris Johnson this season.
Washington Redskins vs. Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton blows up -- again -- but this time the Panthers actually win.
Denver Broncos vs. Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins are honoring Tim Tebow's 2008 Florida Gators national championship on the first game of the Tim Tebow era. Fitting, isn't it? Unfortunately, I see the Broncos winning this game.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals: A Super Bowl rematch featuring Todd Haley's Cards. I think Pittsburgh does what they did in that Super Bowl and wins the game.
Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings: A battle of two teams that once employed Brett Favre. The Packers are just too good and the winning streak continues.
St. Louis Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys: This looked like a good game at the beginning of the season. You know, back when we thought the Rams were going to be good. Dallas should take care of business moving the team on the other side of Missouri to 0-6.
Indianapolis Colts vs. New Orleans Saints: Another game that looked good at the beginning of the season (and doesn't anymore) and another Super Bowl rematch. The Saints, like the Steelers, do what they did in that Super Bowl and win the game. (A Super Bowl I attended.)
Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: Really, a Monday Night Football game for the Jaguars? This game didn't even look good at the beginning of the season. Give me the Ravens all day.