Redskins 28 at Vikings 22: Blair Walsh’s five field goals won’t be enough as Robert Griffin III throws three touchdowns and runs for another in a Washington win.
Seahawks 28 at Falcons 10: Seattle will get revenge for last year’s playoff loss as Russell Wilson throws for two touchdowns and the Seahawks defense will take Matt Ryan to the house twice.
Lions 35 at Bears 14: Josh McCown will have a bad week. Calvin Johnson will scorch the Bears defense for over 200 receiving yards.
Eagles 28 at Packers 14: Eddie Lacy will have over 130 rushing yards, but he won’t be able to win this game by himself.
Jaguars 10 at Titans 14: Titans will be in for a scare, but Jaguars won’t be able to pull off the win.
Rams 28 at Colts 17: The Colts will lose a shocker at home. Tavon Austin will breakout and the Rams will not be stopped.
Raiders 35 at Giants 31: Eli Manning will strike for three touchdowns including two to Hakeem Nicks. That won’t be enough since Pryor will have a career day throwing two touchdowns and running for three more.
Bills 14 at Steelers 13: C.J. Spiller scores the game winning touchdown with 1:25 left in the game.
Bengals 28 at Ravens 14: Dalton, the NFL’s fourth leading passer goes off and the Ravens’ miserable season continues.
Panthers 35 at 49ers 7: Cam Newton is unstoppable, Kaepernick has a really bad game as Carolina cruises.
Texans 35 at Cardinals 24: Case Keenum has a really good game as the Texans cruise. Carson Palmer has a solid game as well, but it’s not enough.
Broncos 38 at Chargers 42: This game will be the definition of a shootout. Peyton Manning and Philip Rivers will combine for over 800 passing yards. The team with the ball last will win and that will be the Chargers.
Cowboys 28 at Saints 35: Another shootout, this time the Saints Drew Brees will pass for over 400 yards and will add in four touchdowns as the Saints sink the Cowboys inside the two minute warning.
Dolphins 16 at Bucs 21: The Bucs will allow a late touchdown, but this game generally isn’t close. The Dolphins distractions will be their doom.
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