PICK - Arizona by 4
Denver (1-1) at New England (2-0) - 8:15 p.m.
Sunday Night's game features two division winners from last year.
Denver barely escaped with an OT victory at home against KC last week. This, after an error-filled loss to St. Louis in Week One. This is a struggling team, and the schedule-makers have not been kind to them with this matchup.
New England has managed to remain unbeaten despite close games against division rivals in the first two weeks of this season. QB Tom Brady hasn't been his usual self as of yet, but I suspect that will change soon, if not this week.
PICK - Pats by 8
Monday, September 25
Atlanta (2-0) at New Orleans (2-0) - 8:30 p.m.
Monday Night's game is definitely worth staying up for. These unbeaten divisional opponents will battle to decide who sits alone atop the NFC South.
Atlanta has been playing the best football in the NFL up to this point. They've given up a mere 9 points, and between just Vick and Dunn they've gained almost 450 yards on the ground. Unfortunately, they've gained less than 250 through the air.
New Orleans has been surprisingly successful. Sure, they've had a weak schedule so far, but it is perhaps the understatement of the century to say that they've started out on a much more positive note this season than the last. RB Reggie Bush has already made an impact, especially with his receiving. However, the good times are unlikely to last for the Saints.
PICK - Atlanta by 4
[ Bye Week Teams: Dallas (1-1), Kansas City (0-2), Oakland (0-2), San Diego(2-0 ]