NFL Picks, Week 7

Vincent Carchietta/USA TODAY SportsNew York Giants cornerbacks Logan Ryan, right, James Bradberry celebrate after a defensive stop in front of Washington Football Team wide receiver Isaiah Wright during last Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium.

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New York Giants cornerbacks Logan Ryan, right, James Bradberry celebrate after a defensive stop in front of Washington Football Team wide receiver Isaiah Wright during last Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium.

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As always, winning teams are in caps.

New York Giants at PHILADELPHIA EAGLES – You can make the case that the Giants are the second worst team in the NFL, better only than the lowly Jets. I won’t be picking them to win any time soon, that’s for sure.

Detroit Lions at ATLANTA FALCONS – The Falcons picked up a win last week. Can they make it two in a row?

CLEVELAND BROWNS at Cincinnati Bengals – Who will win the battle of Ohio? I’m going with the Browns, because the Browns are the better team, which is not a sentence I’ve written very much in all my years of doing picks.

Carolina Panthers at NEW ORLEANS SAINTS – Saints will roll.

BUFFALO BILLS at New York Jets – Bills will roll.

Dallas Cowboys at WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM – It seems Dak is a really good quarterback. Will the Cowboys win any games without him?

GREEN BAY PACKERS at Houston Texans – Boy, the Packers really collapsed last week. I’m giving them another chance, though. Will I regret it?

Pittsburgh Steelers at TENNESSEE TITANS – Game of the week?

Seattle Seahawks at ARIZONA CARDINALS – Upset alert!

Jacksonville Jaguars at LOS ANGELES CHARGERS – Things have really fallen apart for the Jaguars since everyone wrote those “they’re not so bad” pieces back in week 2 or whatever.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS at Denver Broncos – The Chiefs are still the team to beat, in my opinion.

San Francisco 49ers at NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS – Or, Jimmy G.’s return to New England. CAN HE BEAT HIS FORMER TEAM?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at LAS VEGAS RAIDERS – The Buccaneers are good, y’all.

Chicago Bears at LOS ANGELES RAMS – Nick Foles is fun, but there’s a reason he’s a back-up QB.

Last week’s results:

Me: 8-6, Overall: 62-28-1

Ken Schott: 9-5-1, 59-31-1

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