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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Falcons 31, Cardinals 21: Both teams are coming off bad losses, but I have more faith in Atlanta to rebound at home than I do Kurt Warner to suddenly cure his fumbleitis. Cowboys 17, Titans 16: Drew Bledsoe rescues Dallas ...

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Old 09-29-2006, 07:09 PM   #1
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Wick's Picks: Week 4

Falcons 31, Cardinals 21: Both teams are coming off bad losses, but I have more faith in Atlanta to rebound at home than I do Kurt Warner to suddenly cure his fumbleitis.

Cowboys 17, Titans 16: Drew Bledsoe rescues Dallas from a bizarre week with a TD pass to Terry Glenn in the final seconds.

Colts 21, Jets 19: I was out at Jets camp this week and this team believes it can beat the Colts. But I think New York's unsettled running game give the Colts the edge. But Eric Mangini is one of three head coaches who know how to stop the Colts. Don't be surprised if the Jets do.

Texans 20, Dolphins 14: I went with the Texans last week in one of my upset calls. Oops. I think this team is due and this is a much safer pick.

Vikings 19, Bills 16: Minnesota gets one back after allowing Rex Grossman to bail himself out of a terrible game.

Panthers 24, Saints 16: Drew Brees is finding the open receiver as well as any QB this year. So will Jake Delhomme, now that his best receiver is back.

Chargers 17, Ravens 13: Who would have guessed Philip Rivers would be the starting QB entering this game with the 107.4 rating, and Steve McNair would be the QB with a 78.3 rating?

Chiefs 28, Niners 14: Lots of Larry Johnson this week against a Niners D that has been playing hard, but not particularly well.

Rams 30, Lions 17: St. Louis is probably the worst 2-1 team and Detroit is probably the best 0-3 team. But the Rams will win in the Dome, where Steven Jackson's hunger for carries never ends.

Raiders 19, Browns 12: I've said a lot about the Raiders in the past week. Too much, in fact. But what I haven't said is that their defense didn't play that badly against the Ravens. That's what will carry them against the Browns.

Redskins 24, Jags 19: Mark Brunell's elbow problems would worry me if I was a fan of the Redskins. Brunell's not worried, according to a former teammate who spoke with Brunell the other night. I'll buy it, for this game at least.

Pats 28, Bengals 24: Everyone's been chewing out Tom Brady all week for his body language; they've been writing off the Pats; they've been pumping up the Bengals as the best team in the league. Bill Belichick is even trash talking, for crying out loud. Perfect time for the Pats to steal one with a Ben Watson TD in the final minute.

Bears 20, Seahawks 17: Shaun Alexander's injury decides this one. You can't be one-dimensional on the road against "that defense."

Eagles 38, Packers 28: Nobody has stopped Brian Westbrook this year. The first team won't be the Packers.

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