Hard to believe Week 3 is already upon us ...
Chancellor's return to the Seahawks should signal dominance ahead for their defense, although I'm not sure they'll need him versus the Bears. Then again, after the way things went last week with this picks column -- with literally every close game going against your friendly writer -- nothing is for certain.
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Elliot Harrison went 5-11 on his predictions for Week 2, giving him a record of 16-16 so far this season. How will he fare in Week 3? His picks are below.
Mariota at the top, Luck at the bottom ... if you saw that coming, I bet you also knew the Honda Element would actually sell. My dad had a rust-colored one. You could wash it out with a water hose. The bottom line is, the Titans don't match up well with this Indy offense, and Tennessee is more than susceptible to the big play. #INDvsTEN
Offensively for Houston, the trick is to find a rotation at running back that works. We get that the team likes Alfred Blue (14 carries this season), Chris Polk (19 carries) and Jonathan Grimes (eight carries), but we have to point out that Grimes easily has the most yards per carry (4.4), a full yard more than Blue (3.4), who was rocking the 1.2 against the Panthers last week. #TBvsHOU
This is one of many Super Bowl rematches this year, reuniting the teams that launched what would become an American holiday with Super Bowl I in 1967. Packers receiver Max McGee went on an all-night bender before the game. Then, when starter Boyd Dowler -- whom McGee had reportedly told, "I hope you don't get hurt. I'm not in very good shape," -- got hurt in the first quarter, McGee went out and posted a 100-yard receiving game, including two scores, in Green Bay's 35-10 win. Let's hope my picks go as well after my Mountain Dew bender last night. #KCvsGB