2012 Week 9 NFL Preview

Game of the Week

Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants.  While this is a marquee matchup on paper, I’m afraid it will be a Giants ass-whupping because the Steelers will be arriving into town ON GAMEDAY!  Nevertheless, I am looking forward to a matchup between two teams that I pull for – though I love the Steelers more.  That said, the G-Men should pull this one out, given that Pittsburgh has been a piss-poor road team thus far…  Giants 27, Steelers 19.

Ass-Whupping of the Week

Texans over Bills.  The Texans are the best team in the AFC.  The Bills are one of the worst.  Not only that, while the Texans do not have trouble scoring and stopping anyone (except for the Packers), the Bills cannot do neither.  I think Buffalo will have to do A LOT of praying for this game to stay within 20.  Texans 35, Bills 10.

Thursday’s Game

Chargers over Chiefs

Sunday’s Games

Bengals over Broncos
Ravens over Browns
Packers over Cardinals
Bears over Titans
Colts over Dolphins
Redskins over Panthers
Lions over Jaguars
Raiders over Buccaneers
Seahawks over Vikings
Falcons over Cowboys

Monday Night’s Game

Saints over Eagles (the “Underachievers Bowl”)

Last week’s record: 9-4 (a few upsets burned me but oh well…)
Record to date: 65-37

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About klownboy

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

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

  1. I like all your Week 9 predictions except three. I believe Peyton Manning, over 300 yds. passing, 3 TDs and 70% completion rate in the last 4 games and 17 TDS, 4 INTs for the season will be too much for Andy Dalton 13 TDs 10 INTs for the season.

    Andrew Luck and the Colts are more evenly matched however, Ryan Tannehill or backup QB, Matt Moore are just as capable. Indy’s key CB, Vontae Davis, knee injury and TE Coby Fleener, shoulder will allow Miami’s offense to move the ball.

    The Bucs are coming off 10 days rest and a road win over the Vikings. Although they’re traveling from the East to West coast, I like the revitalized Josh Freeman, Vincent Jackson and RB Doug Martin combination.

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