Column as I see ’em – Week 8

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Week 8 predictions

 

Thursday

Tampa Bay at Minnesota

At 5-2 Minnesota is becoming a force to be reckoned with, especially with AP running so well. Minnesota by 10.

 

Sunday

Carolina at Chicago

Carolina needs a win to keep any hopes of playoffs alive. Look for Cam to do his thing and have a solid second half of the season. Panthers by 3.

 

San Diego at Cleveland

Coming off a bye week, the Chargers and Rivers are looking towards the playoffs. San Diego by 10.

 

Seattle at Detroit

Detroit has won plenty of tough games so far, but Seattle may prove more of a challenge than expected. Lions by 3.

 

New England at St. Louis

Brady rolls over St. Louis and Sam Bradford with ease. Pats by 14.

 

Miami at NY Jets

Losing a heartbreaker to the Patriots doesn’t help the Jets any, but the Dolphins won’t pose a challenge, even with quarterback issues. Jets by 10.

 

Atlanta at Philadelphia

Atlanta, fresh off a bye week and still rolling undefeated don’t give the Eagles a chance to win. Falcons by 7.

 

Washington at Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh still continues to stay under the radar, despite solid numbers on offense and defense. Steelers by 14.

 

Jacksonville at Green Bay

You can’t expect anything from the Packers right now after beating Houston and struggling against St. Louis. Packers by 7.

 

Indianapolis at Tennessee

The receiving corps at Tennessee is unstoppable right now. Look for them to have a strong push towards the post-season. Titans by 10.

 

Oakland at Kansas City

AFC West battle that doesn’t matter much at this point. Kansas City by 10.

NY Giants at Dallas

Dallas got off with two lucky calls against Carolina last week. The Giants won’t allow Dallas to get the chance this week. Giants by 14.

 

New Orleans at Denver

Peyton Manning goes off on the Saints weak D. Denver by 14.

 

Monday

San Francisco at Arizona

Still a Super Bowl favorite, San Francisco won’t let the Cardinals get in their way. 49ers by 21.