This week, the Eagles are hosting the Rams. No time like the present for the Birds to get out of their funk, pull their heads out of their collective asses, and actually play a full 60 minutes of football in all three phases of the game.
Actually, this is the Rams, who haven't exactly been lighting it on fire so far this year, despite getting up on Dallas early in week 3. They probably don't need a complete game from all three phases - but they will need at least a good half from everyone.
There is no one who thinks the Rams will win this game, even the guys at Turf Show Times. Let's do this, guys.
In the rest of the matchups....
Vikings at Packers: Call me crazy, but I have the Vikings. What? Divisions games can be CRAZY.
Bears at Panthers: Ah, Panthers. I had such high hopes for you. Ah, Bears. Emo QB showed back up last week. I think Bears. But I really wouldn't be surprised either way.
Texans at Cowboys: Much as it pains me, Cowboys.
Bills at Lions: Did you hear EJ Manuel got benched? Yeah, Lions.
Ravens at Colts: I've got the Ravens. So does Jaws. Don't judge me.
Steelers at Jaguars: I - and EVERYONE IN THE WORLD - have the Steelers.
Buccaneers at Saints: OK, the Bucs AND the Saints f-ed me last week. I WON'T be wrong about my Saints pick this week. Dome field advantage.
Falcons at Giants: Did you notice that, now that Tom Coughlin is no longer asking Eli Manning to, you know, throw the ball downfield at all, the Giants are looking a lot better? Also, Falcons not so good against the run/short pass. Giants.
Browns at Titans: Browns (did you hear that, Queen Bee?).
Cardinals at Broncos: I've got the Cards and their YOU SHALL NOT PASS defense.
Jets at Chargers: Chargers. Geno, stop flipping off the fans. Did not work out well for Michael Vick, will not work out well for you.
Chiefs at 49ers: Chiefs. Another upset pick? Yep! Did you *see* the demolition they laid on the Patriots on Monday? Speaking of the Pats....
Bengals at Patriots: Uh, Bengals. Who could rep the AFC at the Super Bowl this year. You heard it here first.
Seahawks at Washington: Oh DC, prime time games have not been your friend lately. Not that it matters. The Seahawks would beat you anytime, anywhere, and twice on Monday.