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Dougs NFL picks for Week 2

OOPS! Forgot to pick the game last night, but it looks like Ed did too. No biggie, neither one of was going to pick the Jets anyway! Here we go

Last weeks 11-5

Pats over Jets WIN

Falcons over Rams

Ravens over Browns

Panthers over Bills 

Bears over Vikes

Pack over Skins

Texans over Titans

Colts over Dolphins

Chiefs over Cowboys

Eagles over Chargers

Lions over Cards

Saints over Bucs

Broncos over Giants

Raiders over Jags

Seahawks over Niners

Bengals over Steelers




Doug’s NFL picks Week 13

OK so I went unbeaten two weeks ago, only to suck last week! EGADS!

Saints over Falcons

Bears over Seahawks

Pats over Dolphins

Texans over Titans

Broncos over Bucs

Bills over Jags

Lions over Colts

Pack over Vikes

Chargers over Bengals

Chiefs over Panthers

Niners over Rams

Jets over Cards

Raiders over Browns

Ravens over Steelers

Cowboys over Eagles

Giants over Redskins

Season 112-63

Week 12 8-8!

Week 11 14-0! WAHOO!

Week 10 10-4

Week 9 11-3

Week 8 6-8 UGH

Week 7 picks 10-3

Week 6 Picks 9-5

Week 5 picks 8-5

Week 4 picks 10-5

Week 3 picks 7-9 UGH

Week 2 picks 8-8 UGH

Week 1 picks 11-5


Doug’s NFL picks Week 2


I edged Ed last week, going 11-5, and this week’s picks are as follow

Packers over Bears {Thursday Night}

Chiefs over Bills

Bengals over Browns

Vikes over Colts

Saints over Panthers

Texans over Jags

Raiders over Dolphins

Pats over Cards

Giants over Bucs

Ravens over Eagles

Skins over rams

Cowboys over Seahawks

Steelers over Jets

Chargers over Titans

Niners over Lions {Sunday Night}

Flacons over Broncos {Monday Night}

Also since I will be in Colorado from the 15th to the 24th I will be posting my week 3 picks in the next day or two


NFL highlights

Manning throws 400th TD Broncos roll Steelers

Skins, RG3 shock Saints 40-32

Backup QB leads Cards to win over Seahawks

Bucs upset Panthers

Niners stun Packers

Vikes hold off Jags in OT

Bears Rout Colts

Texans Rip Dolphins

Eagles edge Browns

Lions nip game Rams in final minute

Pats crush Titans

Falcons make early season statement, Chiefs hardest hit

Jets flatten Bills

The 10th anniversary of 9/11 some stories that will just piss you off

First there is the NFL, which should just stick to football

(Mac’s Football Blog) — In advance of the 2011 regular season-opener, which falls on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Reebok has sent cleats and gloves adorned with stars and stripes to several NFL players.

The apparel company has informed the players that the league has not approved the gear for game use, but several players appear willing to pay the fine for violating the league’s uniform rules to pay tribute to those that lost their lives on that day and in the decade since.

Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs addressed the issue on Twitter.

“For the anniversary of 9/11 game why is it if I wear shoes and gloves that are the colors of our nations flag..I will be fined by the league,” Briggs wrote. “Reebok great job on these gloves and shoes . . . looks like I’m getting fined this week. Lol!

“By far the best fine I will ever have to pay. Thanks”

Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports that several San Diego Chargers received the apparel, which one unnamed Charger plans to wear against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday and expects to be fined $5,000 for doing so.

Earlier Thursday afternoon, Tennessee Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck tweeted a couple of pictures of the cleats he plans to wear on Sunday.

Could the NFL REALLY do something so stupid?

Next there is this story, that will make your head explode!

If you thought that something as innocuous as putting up 3,000 American flags on school grounds to pay tribute to those murdered on September 11 couldn’t be controversial, you haven’t been to Marietta College. 

Administrators at this liberal arts college in southeast Ohio are threatening to cancel a 9/11 memorial planned by their students if flags from other countries are not observed in the activities as well

“I was taken aback by this decision,” said Sarah Snow, an Alabama native and junior at Marietta.  “Our school should help students put on events, not set up obstacles, especially when we’re trying to honor those fallen.”

It all started when Snow, the president of the Marietta College Republicans, approached her Student Life department to get approval to participate in the 9/11 Never Forget Project.  In addition to organizing a candlelight vigil, Snow sought to plant 3,000 American flags around campus starting this Sunday morning.  She received approval from the Office of Student Life on June 23, more than two months ago.  But when she returned to campus for the fall semester, days before the memorial was to begin, the vice president of Student Life, Robert Pastoor, vowed to terminate the tribute unless foreign flags were mixed together with American ones. 

“He [Robert Pastoor] insisted we add the international flags for the reason that it was a ‘global perspective’ school,” Snow told HUMAN EVENTS in explaining Pastoor’s basis for interfering with the College Republicans’ memorial.  He continued, she noted, by saying, “Other nationalities were killed in the twin towers as well” and that Marietta must “consider how the Muslim and Chinese students will feel about the [American flag] display.”

The Pit of Political Correctness just got a bit deeper

Packers Defeat Bears 21-14 For NFC Title

Packers Defeat Bears 21-14 For NFC Title – Chicago Sun-Times

The Bears-Packers NFC Championship was supposed to be this city’s “biggest game ever.” For three quarters, it was looking more like “biggest loser.” Then, third-string quarterback Caleb Hanie replaced Todd Collins, who replaced the injured Jay Cutler, and ignited the Bears in a riveting fourth quarter.

After a slip on the turf on the opening kickoff, the Packers found their traction quickly. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers hit Greg Jennings on consecutive plays for 21- and 26-yard gains. The Packers quickly pushed it down field and Rodgers ran it in from the 1-yard line for the first score of the game. The Packers drove 84 yards on 7 plays to take a 7-0 lead. Rodgers was 4-for-4 passing for 76 yards on the opening drive.

The Bears moved the ball on their opening series, the big play coming on a 22-yard pass completion from Jay Cutler to Matt Forte. The Bears drive, however, stalled at the Packers’ 34 when Cutler sailed one over the head of a wide-open Devinn Hester.

The Packers were right back at it gaining large chunks of yardage on their second series, but the Bears’ defense finally stiffened, forcing the Packers to punt from their own 47. The Packers kicked it right down the middle of the field to Devin Hester, but good coverage stopped the electrifying Hester with only a three-yard gain.

After stopping the Packers offense on two consecutive series, the Bears defense went back to their porous ways in the second quarter. The Packers got their running game going, opening up huge holes for James Starks, who capped a 56-yard, 5-play drive with a four-yard TD run to put the Packers ahead 14-0 early in the second quarter.

The Bears came right back and moved the ball into Packers’ territory, but a crucial holding penalty by Chester Taylor on a 13-yard pass play to Rashied Davis put them in a hole. The Bears failed to convert on 3rd-and-12 and opted to punt instead of kicking a 49-yard field goal. When Brad Maynard booted the ballinto the endzone, the Bears came away with a net gain of 11 yards.

The Packers quickly pushed the ball back into Bears territory, with Starks and Rodgers having huge runs. But on a 3rd-and-1, the Bears defense stopped the Packers at the 36, forcing them to punt.

The Bears came up with a lucky turnover just before the half when Lance Briggs literally picked one off the shoe tops of Packers receiver Donald Driver. It look like the Bears had their break. Cutler found Hester across the middle for 17 yards. On the next play, he threw deep to Johnny Knox, but Sam Shields picked it off near the Packers’ goal line and the half ended with Green Bay ahead 14-0.

Cutler injured his knee on the interception before halftime and had to leave the game in the third quarter. Seldom-used Todd Collins replaced him.

The Packers picked up where they left off in the first half, moving the ball downfield. Just when it looked like Rodgers might punch in another touchdown, Brian Urlacher picked off the Packers quarterback and returned it to midfield where Rodgers made a TD-saving tackle.

After Collins failed to move the Bears on two series, he was replaced by Caleb Hanie. Because the bears used their third quarterback, that meant neither Cutler nor Collins could return.

Hanie sparked the Bears offense as the fourth quarter started. He completed a 32-yard pass to Knox who went out of bounds at the 1. Then Chester Taylor ran it in to close the gap to 14-7.

The Bears defense held the Psackers on their next series and got the ball back.

Just as Hanie seemed to be getting comfortable, he threw a pass deep in Bears’ territory intended for Matt Forte, but 348-pound lineman B.J. Raji intercepted and returned it 18 yards for a touchdown to put the Packers up 21-7.

Hanie came right back, though, and led the Bears on a 4-play, 60 yard touchdown drive to make it 21-14. Hanie hit Earl Bennett for 35 yards on the scoring pass with just over 4 minutes to play.

The Bears held the Packers on three downs and got the ball back with about 3 minutes to go.

They methodically moved the ball into Packers’ territory. Facing a fourth-and-1 and the end of their season, they converted with Taylor getting four yards. But faced with another fourth down, Hanie tried to hit Knox across the middle, but Shields made his second pick near the 10-yard line to end it. The Packers ran out the clock.

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Ed’s NFL Playoffs Round 3 Picks


New York Jets @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers


Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears – Packers

— Divisional Picks —


Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers

New York Jets @ New England Patriots – Patriots


Green Bay Packers @ Atlanta Falcons – Packers

Seattle Seahawks @ Chicago Bears – Bears

— Wildcard Picks —


New York Jets @ Indianapolis Colts – Colts

Baltimore Ravens @ Kansas City Chiefs – Ravens


New Orleans Saints @ Seattle Seahawks – Saints

Green Bay Packers @ Philadelphia Eagles – Packers


— Week 17 Picks —

Carolina Panthers @ Atlanta Falcons – Falcons
Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens – Ravens
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns – Steelers
Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions – Lions
Oakland Raiders @ Kansas City Chiefs – Chiefs
Miami Dolphins @ New England Patriots – Patriots
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ New Orleans Saints – Saints
Buffalo Bills @ New York Jets – Jets
San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos – Chargers
Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers – Packers
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Houston Texans – Texans
Tennessee Titans @ Indianapolis Colts – Colts
Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles – Eagles
Arizona Cardinals @ San Francisco 49ers – 49ers
New York Giants @ Washington Redskins – Giants
St. Louis Rams @ Seattle Seahawks – Seahawks

— Week 16 Picks —

Carolina Panthers @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers
Dallas Cowboys @ Arizona Cardinals – Cowboys
New England Patriots @ Buffalo Bills – Patriots
New York Jets @ Chicago Bears – Jets
Baltimore Ravens @ Cleveland Browns – Ravens
Washington Redskins @ Jacksonville Jaguars – Redskins
Tennessee Titans @ Kansas City Chiefs – Chiefs
Detroit Lions @ Miami Dolphins – Dolphins
San Francisco 49ers @ St. Louis Rams – Rams
San Diego Chargers @ Cincinnati Bengals – Chargers
Houston Texans @ Denver Broncos – Texans
Indianapolis Colts @ Oakland Raiders – Colts
New York Giants @ Green Bay Packers – Packers
Seattle Seahawks @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Buccaneers
New Orleans Saints @ Atlanta Falcons – Falcons
Minnesota Vikings @ Philadelphia Eagles – Eagles

— Week 15 Picks —

San Francisco 49ers @ San Diego Chargers – Chargers
New Orleans Saints @ Baltimore Ravens – Saints
Arizona Cardinals @ Carolina Panthers – Cardinals
Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals – Browns
Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys – Cowboys
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis Colts – Colts
Buffalo Bills @ Miami Dolphins – Dolphins
Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants – Eagles
Kansas City Chiefs @ St. Louis Rams – Chiefs
Detroit Lions @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Buccaneers
Houston Texans @ Tennessee Titans – Titans
Atlanta Falcons @ Seattle Seahawks – Falcons
Denver Broncos @ Oakland Raiders – Raiders
New York Jets @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers
Green Bay Packers @ New England Patriots – Patriots
Chicago Bears @ Minnesota Vikings – Bears

— Week 14 Picks —

Indianapolis Colts @ Tennessee Titans – Colts
Cleveland Browns @ Buffalo Bills – Browns
Atlanta Falcons @ Carolina Panthers – Falcons
Green Bay Packers @ Detroit Lions – Packers
Oakland Raiders @ Jacksonville Jaguars – Jaguars
Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Washington Redskins – Buccaneers
St. Louis Rams @ New Orleans Saints – Saints
Seattle Seahawks @ San Francisco 49ers – 49ers
Denver Broncos @ Arizona Cardinals – Broncos
New England Patriots @ Chicago Bears – Patriots
Miami Dolphins @ New York Jets – Jets
Kansas City Chiefs @ San Diego Chargers – Chargers
Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys – Eagles
New York Giants @ Minnesota Vikings – Giants
Baltimore Ravens @ Houston Texans – Ravens

— Week 13 Picks —

Houston Texans @ Philadelphia Eagles – Eagles
New Orleans Saints @ Cincinnati Bengals – Saints
Chicago Bears @ Detroit Lions – Bears
San Francisco 49ers @ Green Bay Packers – Packers
Denver Broncos @ Kansas City Chiefs – Chiefs
Cleveland Browns @ Miami Dolphins – Dolphins
Buffalo Bills @ Minnesota Vikings – Bills
Washington Redskins @ New York Giants – Giants
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans – Jaguars
Oakland Raiders @ San Diego Chargers – Chargers
St. Louis Rams @ Arizona Cardinals – Rams
Dallas Cowboys @ Indianapolis Colts – Colts
Carolina Panthers @ Seattle Seahawks – Panthers
Atlanta Falcons @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Falcons
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens – Steelers
New York Jets @ New England Patriots – Patriots

— Week 12 Picks —

New England Patriots @ Detroit Lions – Patriots
New Orleans Saints @ Dallas Cowboys – Saints
Cincinnati Bengals @ New York Jets – Jets
Green Bay Packers @ Atlanta Falcons – Falcons
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Buffalo Bills – Steelers
Carolina Panthers @ Cleveland Browns – Browns
Tennessee Titans @ Houston Texans – Texans
Jacksonville Jaguars @ New York Giants – Giants
Minnesota Vikings @ Washington Redskins – Vikings
Miami Dolphins @ Oakland Raiders – Raiders
Kansas City Chiefs @ Seattle Seahawks – Chiefs
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Baltimore Ravens – Ravens
Philadelphia Eagles @ Chicago Bears – Eagles
St. Louis Rams @ Denver Broncos – Broncos
San Diego Chargers @ Indianapolis Colts – Colts
San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals – 49ers

— Week 11 Picks —

Chicago Bears @ Miami Dolphins – Bears
Baltimore Ravens @ Carolina Panthers – Ravens
Buffalo Bills @ Cincinnati Bengals – Bengals
Detroit Lions @ Dallas Cowboys – Cowboys
Cleveland Browns @ Jacksonville Jaguars – Browns
Arizona Cardinals @ Kansas City Chiefs – Chiefs
Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings – Packers
Houston Texans @ New York Jets – Jets
Oakland Raiders @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers
Washington Redskins @ Tennessee Titans – Titans
Seattle Seahawks @ New Orleans Saints – Saints
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ San Francisco 49ers – Buccaneers
Atlanta Falcons @ St. Louis Rams – Falcons
Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots – Patriots
New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles – Eagles
Denver Broncos @ San Diego Chargers –Chargers

— Week 10 Picks —

Baltimore Ravens @ Atlanta Falcons – Falcons
Detroit Lions @ Buffalo Bills – Lions
Minnesota Vikings @ Chicago Bears – Vikings
New York Jets @ Cleveland Browns – Jets
Cincinnati Bengals @ Indianapolis Colts – Colts
Houston Texans @ Jacksonville Jaguars – Texans
Tennessee Titans @ Miami Dolphins – Titans
Carolina Panthers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Buccaneers
Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos – Broncos
Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals – Cardinals
Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants – Giants
St. Louis Rams @ San Francisco 49ers – 49ers
New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers
Philadelphia Eagles @ Washington Redskins – Eagles

— Week 9 Picks —

New York Jets @ Detroit Lions – Jets
Miami Dolphins @ Baltimore Ravens – Ravens
New England Patriots @ Cleveland Browns – Patriots
San Diego Chargers @ Houston Texans – Chargers
Chicago Bears @ Buffalo Bills – Bears
Arizona Cardinals @ Minnesota Vikings – Vikings
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Atlanta Falcons – Falcons
New Orleans Saints @ Carolina Panthers – Saints
New York Giants @ Seattle Seahawks – Giants
Indianapolis Colts @ Philadelphia Eagles – Colts
Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders – Chiefs
Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers – Packers
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals – Steelers

— Week 8 Picks —

Denver Broncos @ San Francisco 49ers – 49ers
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Dallas Cowboys – Cowboys
Miami Dolphins @ Cincinnati Bengals – Dolphins
Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs – Chiefs
Washington Redskins @ Detroit Lions – Lions
Carolina Panthers @ St. Louis Rams – Rams
Green Bay Packers @ New York Jets – Jets
Tennessee Titans @ San Diego Chargers – Titans
Minnesota Vikings @ New England Patriots – Patriots
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Arizona Cardinals – Buccaneers
Seattle Seahawks @ Oakland Raiders – Raiders
Pittsburgh Steelers @ New Orleans Saints – Steelers
Houston Texans @ Indianapolis Colts – Colts

— Week 7 Picks —

Cincinnati Bengals @ Atlanta Falcons – Falcons
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Miami Dolphins – Steelers
Buffalo Bills @ Baltimore Ravens – Ravens
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Kansas City Chiefs – Chiefs
Cleveland Browns @ New Orleans Saints – Saints
Washington Redskins @ Chicago Bears – Redskins
San Francisco 49ers @ Carolina Panthers – 49ers
St. Louis Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Rams
Philadelphia Eagles @ Tennessee Titans – Titans
Arizona Cardinals @ Seattle Seahawks – Seahawks
New England Patriots @ San Diego Chargers – Patriots
Oakland Raiders @ Denver Broncos – Raiders
Minnesota Vikings @ Green Bay Packers – Packers
New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys – Giants

— Week 6 Picks —

Miami Dolphins @ Green Bay Packers – Packers
San Diego Chargers @ St. Louis Rams – Chargers
Baltimore Ravens @ New England Patriots – Ravens
Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers
Kansas City Chiefs @ Houston Texans – Chiefs
Detroit Lions @ New York Giants – Giants
Atlanta Falcons @ Philadelphia Eagles – Falcons
Seattle Seahawks @ Chicago Bears – Bears
New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Saints
New York Jets @ Denver Broncos – Jets
Oakland Raiders @ San Francisco 49ers – Raiders
Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings – Vikings
Indianapolis Colts @ Washington Redskins – Colts
Tennessee Titans @ Jacksonville Jaguars – Titans

— Week 5 Picks —

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Buffalo Bills – Jaguars
Denver Broncos @ Baltimore Ravens – Ravens
Kansas City Chiefs @ Indianapolis Colts – Colts
Green Bay Packers @ Washington Redskins – Packers
St. Louis Rams @ Detroit Lions – Rams
Chicago Bears @ Carolina Panthers – Bears
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Cincinnati Bengals – Bengals
Atlanta Falcons @ Cleveland Browns – Falcons
New York Giants @ Houston Texans – Texans
New Orleans Saints @ Arizona Cardinals – Saints
Tennessee Titans @ Dallas Cowboys – Titans
San Diego Chargers @ Oakland Raiders – Chargers
Philadelphia Eagles @ San Francisco 49ers – Eagles
Minnesota Vikings @ New York Jets – Jets

— Week 4 Picks —

New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills – Jets
Cincinnati Bengals @ Cleveland Browns – Bengals
Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers
Denver Broncos @ Tennessee Titans – Titans
Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers – Packers
San Francisco 49ers @ Atlanta Falcons – Falcons
Carolina Panthers @ New Orleans Saints – Saints
Seattle Seahawks @ St. Louis Rams – Seahawks
Indianapolis Colts @ Jacksonville Jaguars – Colts
Houston Texans @ Oakland Raiders – Texans
Washington Redskins @ Philadelphia Eagles – –Eagles
Arizona Cardinals @ San Diego Chargers – Chargers
Chicago Bears @ New York Giants – Bears
New England Patriots @ Miami Dolphins – Dolphins

— Week 3 Picks —

San Francisco 49ers @ Kansas City Chiefs – Chiefs
Tennessee Titans @ New York Giants – Titans
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Steelers
Detroit Lions @ Minnesota Vikings – Vikings
Atlanta Falcons @ New Orleans Saints – Saints
Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens – Ravens
Buffalo Bills @ New England Patriots – Patriots
Cincinnati Bengals @ Carolina Panthers – Bengals
Dallas Cowboys @ Houston Texans – Texans
Washington Redskins @ St. Louis Rams – Redskins
Philadelphia Eagles @ Jacksonville Jaguars – Eagles
San Diego Chargers @ Seattle Seahawks – Chargers
Oakland Raiders @ Arizona Cardinals – Raiders
Indianapolis Colts @ Denver Broncos – Colts
New York Jets @ Miami Dolphins – Dolphins
Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears – Packers

— Week 2 Picks —

Buffalo Bills @ Green Bay Packers – Packers
Miami Dolphins @ Minnesota Vikings – Vikings
Kansas City Chiefs @ Cleveland Browns – Browns
Chicago Bears @ Dallas Cowboys – Bears
Arizona Cardinals @ Atlanta Falcons – Cardinals
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Carolina Panthers – Buccaneers
Philadelphia Eagles @ Detroit Lions – Eagles
Baltimore Ravens @ Cincinnati Bengals – Bengals
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Tennessee Titans – Steelers
Seattle Seahawks @ Denver Broncos – Broncos
Jacksonville Jaguars @ San Diego Chargers – Chargers
St. Louis Rams @ Oakland Raiders – Raiders
Houston Texans @ Washington Redskins – Texans
New England Patriots @ New York Jets – Patriots
New York Giants @ Indianapolis Colts – Colts
New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers – Saints

— Week 1 Picks —

Minnesota Vikings @ New Orleans Saints – Saints
Atlanta Falcons @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers
Denver Broncos @ Jacksonville Jaguars – Jaguars
Cleveland Browns @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Buccaneers
Detroit Lions @ Chicago Bears – Bears
Miami Dolphins @ Buffalo Bills – Dolphins
Oakland Raiders @ Tennessee Titans – Titans
Cincinnati Bengals @ New England Patriots – Patriots
Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans – Colts
Carolina Panthers @ New York Giants – Giants
Arizona Cardinals @ St. Louis Rams – Cardinals
Green Bay Packers @ Philadelphia Eagles – Packers
San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks – Seahawks
Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins – Cowboys
Baltimore Ravens @ New York Jets – Jets
San Diego Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs – Chargers