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NFL Predictions 2007: Week 5
Authored by: dbsmall onSunday, October 07 2007
Week 5 Norcalfella Dbsmall Vegas Line O/U
SUN, OCT 7 Comments Home Away Home Away


Miami at Houston Mia just can't be that bad! 28 10 14 17 HOU-5 43.5

Atlanta at Tennessee Essentially, same forecast 27 14 27 13 TEN-8 40.5

Jacksonville at Kansas City
19 15 20 21 JAX-2 36

NY Jets at NY Giants Return of NYG running game 23 27 24 20 NYG-3.5 40.5

Carolina at New Orleans
26 17 21 24 NO-3 44

Arizona at St. Louis I expect less offense... 23 29 14 20 ARI-3.5 40.5

Cleveland at New England One of us expects a blowout:D 37 15 24 20 NE-16.5 48.5

Seattle at Pittsburgh
20 17 24 23 PIT-6 40

Detroit at Washington S. Moss out 22 20 17 24 WAS-3.5 46

Tampa Bay at Indianapolis
27 16 27 24 IND-9.5 45

San Diego at Denver SD won't win in Denver, this year 24 28 24 20 DEN-1 43

Baltimore at San Francisco
12 16 14 21 BAL-3.5 35

Chicago at Green Bay
28 19 21 20 GB-3 40.5
MON, OCT 8







Dallas at Buffalo
13 30 16 26 DAL-10 45
· Bye: Cincinnati, Oakland, Minnesota, Philadelphia








Quite a few differences, this week.  From bottom to top:
Norv Turner is exposed for what he is, and Denver knows how to play, especially at home.
Detroit has a magic air attack.  Until Kitna is out for the season (seems to get sacked an awful lot), Washington's offense has no way of competing (Randle El ain't it.)
I'm probably wrong on CAR/NO...I just think Carolina's a better team than their last few seasons seem to reflect.  They're like the anti 80's Raiders---"Just lose, baby".
No explanation on NYG...I'm probably wrong, there.  I just figure Giants running game should get a boost this week with the return of their starter.
I don't know that we disagree too much on KC/JAX...JAX is a better team, though.
And who really cares about MIA/HOU?  I expect Ronnie Brown to continue to do well, he expects him to fail.