2012 NFL Week 2 Preview

Game of the Week

Detroit Lions at San Francisco 49ers.  Forget the fact that both of these teams won their season openers.  Forget the fact that the 49ers look like the team to beat in the NFC after Week 1.  I just want to see the pregame and postgame handshakes between Lions coach Jim Schwartz and Niners coach Jim Harbaugh.  Will they be civil, or will they throw down before AND after the game?  Inquiring minds want to know.  Oh yeah, the Niners will win.  49ers 27, Lions 16.

Thursday’s Game

Bears over Packers

Sunday’s Games

Bills over Chiefs
Bengals over Browns
Colts over Vikings
Raiders over Dolphins
Patriots over Cardinals
Giants over Bucs
Eagles over Ravens
Panthers over Saints
Texans over Jaguars
Redskins over Rams
Cowboys over Seahawks
Steelers over Jets (time to bounce back fellas!)
Chargers over Titans

Monday’s Game

Falcons over Broncos (should be one helluva game)

Last week’s record: 8-8 (pretty damn mediocre if you asked me…)

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I am avid sports lover who cherishes all things Steelers, Knicks, and Yankees - and despise all Boston and Cleveland-based sports. Enjoy!!!

Posted on September 12, 2012, in NFL, sports story and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I’m right there with ya on all your Week 2 picks with the exception of Eagles > Ravens. After last week, BAL whooped CIN 44 – 13 and PHI squeeked by CLE 17 – 16 w/rookie QB, Brandon Weeden (Four INTs) – I don’t know how you could pick the Philadelphia over Baltimore?! I’m picking BAL in a blow-out.

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