2015 NFL Week 2 Preview

NFLGame of the Week

New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills.  Bill Bellicheat vs. Rex Ryan.  Tom Brady vs. Ryan.  Always good to see those cats matching wit on the field.  And it’s even more so when both teams are flying high and the smack talk is flowing.  Never mind that the smack talk has been one-sided.

The Bills are clearly feeling themselves after dominating their Week 1 game vs. the Colts.  Bills safety Aaron Williams didn’t hold back his feelings about the Patriots when he said, “I don’t like New England, so yeah it’s definitely personal for me.”  Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus says, “Don’t nobody likes the Patriots. Let’s just be honest about it now. Put it out there.”  And to cap it off, Ryan claimed he didn’t know Patriots RB Dion Lewis’ name!

The Patriots’ response?  Bellicheat said his guys will keep the Ralph Wilson Stadium crowd “as loud as [the Patriots] allow it to be.”  Damn, I can’t wait.

As for the game itself, it will be a doozy.  However, until otherwise proven, the Patriots are head and shoulders over the rest of the improved AFC East.  I’ll be tuning in tho…  Patriots 20, Bills 17.

Thursday’s Game

Chiefs over Broncos

Sunday’s Games

Steelers over 49ers (gotta bounce back boys…)
Panthers over Texans
Saints over Buccaneers
Lions over Vikings
Cardinals over Bears
Bengals over Chargers
Browns over Titans
Falcons over Giants
Rams over Redskins
Dolphins over Jaguars
Ravens over Raiders (brand new coach, same ‘ol shit in Oakland)
Eagles over Cowboys
Packers over Seahawks

Monday’s Game

Colts over Jets

Record last week: 11-5 (not bad; so far, so good…)

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