Paul Pigskin Prognotications week 5

Posted by Andy Durham on October 9, 2009 at 2:55 pm under Uncategorized | Comments are off for this article

Last week a very solid 11-3, 42-20 for the season.

Cleveland at Buffalo: The Browns could run the table in reverse. Buffalo 23 Cleveland 10

Pittsburgh at Detroit: Big Ben gets similar results in his first trip back to the place where he made his bones. Steelers 31 Lions 16

Dallas at Kansas City: The Cowboys may be at best a .500 team, but they still have way too much for the struggling Chiefs, though I do expect Kansas City to keep it close since the game is at Arrowhead, then again I said that last week didn’t I? Dallas 28 Kansas City 20

Minnesota at St. Louis: The team that has been far and away the best of the NFC against what may well be the worst team in the conference. Vikings 31 Rams 10

Oakland at NY Giants: Those guys from Gotham just keep rolling along. Giants 38 Raiders 14

Tampa at Philadelphia: The Bucs look lost. Philly has had a week off, bad combination. Eagles 45 Bucs 13

Washington at Carolina: Skins are 7-1 lifetime against the hometown heroes, about half of Bank of America stadium will be in burgundy and gold, but the Panthers have had a week off and if there is any sign of a pulse on this team this is the week it will show. Something tells me it will. Panthers 13 Skins 9

Cincinnati at Baltimore: The Bengals have been a nice surprise. But the Ravens will be in a foul mood after literally let on slip away last week in New England. Ravens 24 Bengals 20

Atlanta at San Francisco: The team MC Hammer helped his buddy Eugene Parker sign Michael Crabtree to faces the team The Hammer used to hang around with back in the day when Neon Deon was ‘too legit to quit’. If Hammer shows up to the game will he be in those yellow parachute pants? Niners 27 Falcons 24

Jacksonville at Seattle: Seahawks are banged up but getting a little healthier, Jaguars have actually exceeded expectations, home field tells the tale. Seahawks 23 Jaguars 17

Houston at Arizona: Scoreboard might just short out. Cardinals 34 Texans 30

New England at Denver: Here is where we find out just how much the Broncos are for real. Pats might be a step below their peak but still the benchmark true AFC contenders measure themselves. Denver does it like they have all year, defense and mistake free play, plus with a huge boost from what will be a raucous crowd. Denver 19 New England 17

Indianapolis at Tennessee: The Titans have already lost more games than in all of 2008, Peyton and company though just keep being the most consistent team of the decade. Colts 31 Titans 21

NY Jets at Miami: For some reason a lot of times when these teams meet, especially on MNF, special things start to happen. This could be one of those cases, especially for a Dolphin team that is feeling a spring in its step for the first time all season. Dolphins 28 Jets 26

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