NFL Week 5 Game Predictions

Week Five sees the start of the bye weeks and there are only 13 games this week . Top game has to be the big AFC East clash between New England and the Jets, while in the NFC Green Bay and Atlanta take Top Billing. Both these games took place in 2010 with New England inflicting an embarrassing 45-3 defeat on the Jets while Atlanta scraped past the Packers 20-17 thanks to a last minute field Goal. We think the jets might struggle again, but The Packers could be too good for the Falcons this time.

Anyway Our Predictions:

Tennessee at Pittsburgh – Steelers

Seattle at NY Giants – Giants

Cincinnati at Jacksonville – Jaguars

New Orleans at Carolina – Saints

Oakland at Houston – Texans

Philadelphia at Buffalo – Eagles

Kansas City at Indianapolis – Colts

Arizona at Minnesota – Vikings

Tampa Bay at San Francisco – Buccaneers

NY Jets at New England – Patriots

San Diego at Denver – Chargers

Green Bay at Atlanta – Packers


Chicago at Detroit – Lions

Byes: Cleveland, Dallas, St. Louis, Miami, Washington, Baltimore

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