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.

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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