CiCi’s Pizza NFL picks contest

Who wants that Pizza? Remember at the old War Memorial Stadium when the guy would walk around with the CiCi’s Pizza box and say, who wants the Pizza? Let’s hear you SCREAMMMMMMMMM. The old Pizza scream at Memorial Stadium.

Here are Rob’s selections for this week’s contest to see who wins the Two Pizza Buffets with drinks from CiCi’s Pizza.

Seattle vs Carolina (SEA) – We only have to suffer through three more Panther’s games! Seahawks by 14.

Buffalo vs Cleveland (CLE) – Cleveland needs this one to stay in the race with the Steelers. Browns by seven.

Tennessee vs Kansas City (TEN) – KC just looks plain awful this year, but the Titans have proved they can play down to anyone’s level. Tennessee by three.

Baltimore vs Miami (BAL) – Still destined for 0-16. Baltimore by 10.

NY Jets vs New England (NE)– Blizzard like conditions will only hamper the final score. Patriots by 17.

Arizona vs New Orleans (NO) – Move along people, there is nothing to see here! Just a battle of two really bad teams. Saints by 10.

Jacksonville vs Pittsburgh (PIT) – Jacksonville has had an outstanding second half of the season, but the Steelers need to buckle down and clinch their division. Pittsburgh by a TD.

Green Bay vs St. Louis (GB) – Favre doesn’t play well in domes, but it won’t matter. Packers by 14.

Atlanta vs Tampa Bay (TB) – When you lose your coach in the middle of the season to the Arkansas Razorbacks, you must be really bad. Bucs by 20.

Indianapolis vs Oakland (IND) – Oakland showed their worth at Green Bay last week. Colts by 10.

Philadelphia vs Dallas (DAL) – TO gets to play his old mates again this weekend, so we expect the Cowboys to run away with this one. Dallas by 17.

Detroit vs San Diego (SD) – Norv Turner still stinks at coaching, but the Chargers will win. San Diego by a FG.

Washington vs NY Giants (NYG) – Giants need a win to keep chasing a wild card spot. Joe Gibbs begins to think about retirement, again. New York by 10.

Big Jim Modlin’s picks(Big Jim got some help this week from Daryl Smith over at Smith Automotive on Rehoebeth Church Road. Daryl is one the best brake technicians in the state of North Carolina and Daryl knows his football. Daryl Smith and his team at Smith Automotive, a pretty tough team to beat. Daryl was one of the top men at Black Cadillac for several years.)

Arizona-New Orleans
St. Louis-Green Bay
N.Y. Jets-New England
Kansas City-Tennessee
Atlanta-Tampa Bay
Detroit-San Diego
Washington-N.Y. Giants *****This is the SundayNighter and we need your total points on this game with the Redskins and Giants….*****