Albert Breer went 11-5 with his predictions in Week 3 and is now 31-17 for the season. How will he fare in Week 4? His picks are below, with home teams listed second:
Fitz's magic doesn't relent this week. While Chan Gailey has challenged the team to respond to this newfound prosperity, I think the Bills start slow again, but finish fast in Cincy.
The Texans proved plenty last week, pulling themselves off the canvas and going punch-for-punch with New Orleans. Coming home, and spreading out Pittsburgh, that fight will show up.
New Orleans' offense started to hit its stride last week. Think Jacksonville stops that? Saints build a big lead, force Gabbert into a comeback situation and it's curtains for the Jags.
Romeo Crennel's defense showed signs of life last week in San Diego. And the bet here is he's got enough on Donovan McNabb for the Chiefs to grind out Win No. 1.
I still believe, at some point, the Rams will find a way to turn it on. And while you gotta love how Shanahan's Skins are playing, this is a short week bookended with road trips.
You can look at the Giants' depth chart now, and marvel at how the team's talent base has turned over. But for some reason, these situations seem to bring out the best in them.
Green Bay's tuneup for Atlanta showcases that a) The Packers are playing better football than anyone and b) John Elway's club could be in the running for another Stanford QB.
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