Will NFL Week 5 be as Unpredictable as Last Week
Tonight's game will actually be worth watching, which something you can't always say about Thursday Night Football. The 3-1 Los Angeles Rams travel to the CenturyLink Center to take on the 3-1 Seattle Seahawks. The Rams are coming off a surprising loss to the lowly Tampa Bay Buccaneers (that no one guessed would happen). The 'Hawks, after their loss to the Saints, rebounded nicely against the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday. As good as the Rams have been the last couple of seasons, they are not the dominant team we've known this season. Seattle has been a bit of a surprise so far. This will be a fantastic NFC West matchup. I think Seattle will win in a close one, 38-32.
Patrick Mahomes will be the star of Sunday night. His Kansas City Chiefs will host the Indianapolis Colts. The Detroit Lions gave the Chiefs a run for their money last Sunday. But Mahomes lead his team to the come from behind win. This Sunday won't be as hard. Chiefs win 44-21.
Monday Night Football could have a good game on their hands as well. The Cleveland Browns will be in San Francisco to take on the 3-0, yes, undefeated, 49's. The Niners are a team on the rise. The Browns are up and down. San Francisco will prevail 27-17.
The rest of my Week 3 picks are below:
Thursday, October 3
- Rams at Seahawks - Seahawks
Sunday, October 6
- Cardinals at Bengals - Bengals
- Bills at Titans - Bills
- Bears at Raiders (in London) - Bears
- Buccaneers at Saints - Saints
- Vikings at Giants - Giants
- Jets at Eagles - Eagles
- Ravens at Steelers - Steelers
- Patriots at Redskins - Patriots
- Jaguars at Panthers - Panthers
- Falcons at Texans - Texans
- Broncos at Chargers - Chargers
- Packers at Cowboys - Cowboys
- Colts at Chiefs - Chiefs
Monday, October 7
- Browns at 49's - 49's
Nothings up for grabs but bragging rights if you can out pick me. Make 'em and let's have some fun.