NFL Picks 2020, Week 2

Tennessee Titans tight end Anthony Firkser during the NFL AFC championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 19, 2020.
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Tennessee Titans tight end Anthony Firkser during the NFL AFC championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 19, 2020.

Categories: Sara Foss, Sports

As always, the winning team is in caps.

Cincinnati Bengals at CLEVELAND BROWNS – Neither of these teams is very good, but this is still an intriguing match-up. Maybe. At the very least, it’s an opportunity to see whether the Browns have ruined Baker Mayfield forever.

New York Giants at CHICAGO BEARS – Bears looked good last week. I think they’ll look good this week, too.

Atlanta Falcons at DALLAS COWBOYS – Dallas picks up its first win.

Detroit Lions at GREEN BAY PACKERS – Ah, the Lions. I made the mistake of picking them to win last week. Not something I plan to repeat this week!

Jacksonville Jaguars at TENNESSEE TITANS – I expect good things from the Titans this season.

Minnesota Vikings at INDIANAPOLIS COLTS – Hmmm. I might regret this one.

BUFFALO BILLS at Miami Dolphins – Go Bills!

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS at New York Giants – I’m still pretty high on Jimmy G. and the 49ers. One loss doesn’t mean anything!

Los Angeles Rams at PHILADELPHIA EAGLES – I keep thinking the Eagles are a good team. Maybe they’re not? This week should be illuminating. I’m picking them … with some reservations.

Denver Broncos at PITTSBURGH STEELERS – Could be interesting.

Carolina Panthers at TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS – Tompa Bay Tom picks up his first win. But it won’t be pretty.

Washington Football Team at ARIZONA CARDINALS – The Cardinals appear to have some talent.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS at Los Angeles Chargers – The defending champs will just keep winning.

BALTIMORE RAVENS at Houston Texans – Another good match-up.

New England Patriots at SEATTLE SEAHAWKS – Hard to see the Pats winning this one. Maybe I’ll be pleasantly surprised?

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS at Las Vegas Raiders – The Raiders surprised me in week one. Will they do it again? I’m betting … no.

Last week’s results:

Me: 10-6

Ken Schott: 8-8

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