NFL 2011 Week Two

Week Two of the 2011 season is upon us and there are a couple of big clashes with the big spending eagles taking on the equally ambitious Falcons. The Falcons would have been under a bit of pressure after their opening game surprise defeat to the Bears, however as none of their divisional opponents managed a win either its less of a problem. Both teams have made big signings in the hope of maintaining the NFC’s recent success in the Superbowl and this could be a really close game.

In the AFC two of the teams expected to go deep into the post season meet with the Patriots entertaining the Chargers. this is another game we are looking forward to seeing.

Last seasons Champions Green Bay travel to the wooden spooners Carolina and despite the apparent mismatch the Panthers look to be improving – will there be a shock? We don’t think so but it could be closer than people expect.

We finished 11-5 last week so here hoping we can improve on that this week.


Game predictions:

Kansas City at Detroit – Lions by 7-10 points

Oakland at Buffalo – Bills by 7 points +

Tampa Bay at Minnesota – Vikings by 7 points +

Chicago at New Orleans – Saints by 3-7 points

Baltimore at Tennessee – Ravens by 14 points +

Cleveland at Indianapolis – Colts by 7-10 points

Jacksonville at NY Jets – Jets by 10 points +

Seattle at Pittsburgh – Steelers by 10 points +

Arizona at Washington – redskins by 7-10 points

Green Bay at Carolina – Packers by 3-7 points

Dallas at San Francisco – Cowboys by 7-10 points

San Diego at New England – Patriots by 7 points +

Houston at Miami – Dolphins by 7 points +

Cincinnati at Denver – Broncos by 3-7 points

Philadelphia at Atlanta – Eagles by 3-7 points


St. Louis at NY Giants -Giants by 7 points  +

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