Week 4 Picks: Chiefs Over the Eagles?

WWW- Not that the Indianapolis Colts are slack by any means, but Peyton Manning isn’t giving anyone reason to believe that he’s going to have a season near to his record-setting one of last year. By the same token, Carson Palmer is the QB giving us goose bumps and enough of those to suggest that the Bengals will make their record 4-0 after Sunday’s game with Houston.

Which brings us to the Philly-Kansas City game. Both teams looked like major shit last week. Donovan McNabb is playing with a hernia, but the official word is muscle strain. But even with that, McNabb’s going to be hard pressed to throw the ball and if you saw last week’s game he might as well have been tossing a lunch bag for all the accuracy he mustered. However, McNabb is leading the NFL in passing yardage and is tied for first with 8 TD passes. What’s not being said is the fact that T.O. is also suffering a similar abdomen/groin injury as McNabb. It’s going to be one gimp throwing to another in a long afternoon.

Look for Dick Vermeil to make his characteristic squints and grimaces from the sideline, but there’s no way he’s going to let Kansas City lose two games in a row particularly after that Chinese fire drill this past Monday night. Kansas City has a pretty good defense but could only muster one sack in that game. And the Chiefs better start giving Priest Holmes the ball more if they’re going to make a season of this.

We’re also keeping Dallas under the magnifying glass particularly since the Raiders are way over due. The Cowboys barely got by San Francisco last week plus the major loss in the final five minutes to Washington the week before leaves us feeling very uncomfortable with the boys in white and blue. Dallas is scoring more than it did last season but it’s also coughing up more points.

Our major concern with the Raiders is that Joe Theisman may as well be coaching the team after Norv Turner made the brilliant assessment this week: “Obviously, what we have to do is win a game, and then you win one, and you try to put your own streak together.” Joe couldn’t have said it any better from the broadcast booth. In four games against Dallas, Randy Moss has 20 receptions for 425 yards and nine TDs.

One week Denver plays like piss. The next week they play like piss and vinegar, and Sunday’s game against Jacksonville will probably determine which sample jar they’ll reside in for the rest of the season. Right now the Jags are second best in total defense and last Sunday’s OT win against the Jets will give them some momentum going into this game. hey, I’m only quoting Joe Theisman. QB Byron Leftwich left the Jets’ game limping so there might be some problems. Denver’s cornerback Champ Bailey also sustained a left hamstring injury against the Chiefs.

The following is this week’s schedule followed by the Adultfyi.com picks.

Sunday: Buffalo at New Orleans; Denver at Jacksonville; Detroit at Tampa bay; Houston at Cincinnati; Indianapolis at Tennessee; San Diego at New England; Seattle at Washington; St. Louis at New York Giants; New York Jets at Baltimore; Dallas at Oakland; Minnesota at Atlanta; Philadelphia at Kansas City; San Francisco at Arizona

Monday Night: Green Bay at Carolina

Right now we’ve got a two-way tie for first between Bill Margold and Plus One aka Brian; and a five-way tie for second.

Bill Margold [28-18]: New Orleans, Jacksonville, Detroit, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Washington, Giants, Baltimore, Oakland, Minnesota, Kansas City, San Francisco, Green Bay

Plus One- [28-18]: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Seattle, St. Louis, Baltimore, Dallas, Atlanta, Philly, Arizona, Green Bay

Steve Seidman [27-19]: New Orleans, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Washington, Giants, Baltimore, Oakland, Atlanta, Philly, Arizona, Carolina

Wankus [27-19]: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Seattle, St. Louis, Baltimore, Oakland, Atlanta, Kansas City, San Francisco, Carolina

Steve from Mallcom [27-19]: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Tennessee, New England, Seattle, Giants, Jets, Oakland, Atlanta, Kansas City, San Francisco, Green Bay

Nick from Adult Rental [27-19]: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Washington, St. Louis, Baltimore, Oakland, Atlanta, Philly, Arizona, Carolina

John Gray [27-19]: New Orleans, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Seattle, Giants, Baltimore, Oakland, Atlanta, Philly, Arizona, Carolina

Serenity [26-20]: New Orleans, Denver, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Seattle, Giants, Jets, Oakland, Atlanta, Kansas City, Arizona, Green Bay

Steve Lane [26-20]: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Tennessee, New England, Seattle, Giants, Jets, Oakland, Atlanta, Kansas City, San Francisco, Green Bay

Sean from Porn Legends [26-20]: New Orleans, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Seattle, Giants, Baltimore, Oakland, Atlanta, Kansas City, San Francisco, Carolina

Harry Weiss [25-21]: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Seattle, Giants, Baltimore, Oakland, Atlanta, Kansas City, Arizona, Carolina

Chris from KSEX [25-21]: New Orleans, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Washington, St. Louis, Baltimore, Oakland, Atlanta, Philly, San Francisco, Green Bay

Gene Ross [25-21]: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Seattle, Giants, Baltimore, Oakland, Atlanta, Kansas City, Arizona, Carolina

Steve Volponi [24-22]: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Seattle, Giants, Baltimore, Dallas, Atlanta, Philly, San Francisco, Carolina

Ryan from Jerry’s Deli [23-23]: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Indy, New England, Washington, St. Louis, Baltimore, Dallas, Atlanta, Philly, San Francisco, Carolina

Shannon from Adult DVD Empire [22-24]: New Orleans, Denver, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Tennessee, New England, Seattle, St. Louis, Baltimore, Oakland, Minnesota, Kansas City, Arizona, Carolina

Billy The Crystal: [17-29]: Buffalo, Denver, Detroit, Cincinnati, Tennessee, New England, Washington, Giants, Jets, Dallas, Atlanta, Philly, San Francisco, Carolina

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