2014 Week 9 NFL Preview

NFLGame of the Week

Denver Broncos at New England Patriots.  Peyton Manning.  Tom Brady.  Bill Bellicheat.  Any game where those three men are on the same field has “epic battle” written all over it.  A Pats win would assume New England the title of “biggest bad-ass” in the AFC.  The Broncos, though, are looking way too strong.  In addition to Peyton being Peyton (during the regular season, that is), the Broncos’ D is a helluva lot more nastier this season.  As long as “Da Gronk” does not have a big game for the Pats, I see Denver winning this Manning-Brady clash in Foxborough.  Broncos 20, Patriots 17.

“Really Dude?” Game  of the Week

Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings.  I know the Redskins had a big win last Monday night over those damn Cowboys, but last I checked, they are still under .500 and in dead fucking last in the NFC East.  As for the Vikings not only suck – they swallow.  Anyone who is caught watching ANY game pitting sub-.500 teams should have the hell beaten out of them.  Only because I have to: Redskins over Vikings.

Ass-Whupping of the Week

Seahawks over Raiders.  This shit has “curb-stomping” written all over it…

Thursday’s Game

Saints over Panthers

Sunday’s Games

Cardinals over Cowboys
Eagles over Texans
Chiefs over Jets
Bengals over Jaguars
Chargers over Dolphins
49ers over Rams
Ravens over Steelers (I have a funny feeling the Ravens will piss over my Steelers’ parade Sunday night…)

Monday’s Game

Colts over Giants

Last week’s record: 12-3 (Ooh, I almost had it!)
2014 record to date: 79-44-1 (What’s up now BITCHES??!!!!!!)

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  1. Wow! What a difference a week makes!!! I’m guessing you don’t have the Dallas Cowboys (6 – 1) in your power rankings as the #1 team after losing to Colt McCoy and the Washington Unmentionables (2 – 5) on MNF…. The Denver Broncos demonstrated why they should and are the #1 team by embarrassing the SF 49ers 42 – 17. You had a very impressive record last week picking 12 – 3 however, I’ve learned not to pick Peyton > Brady. Tom Brady has a 10 – 5 record against Peyton Manning led teams and is 7 – 2 @ Foxborough. The Patriots will rise to the occasion and take it in a close contest.

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