Picks Of The Week.

Welcome to Musket Fire’s picks of the week, for this week’s NFL schedule.  It’s week 3 in the young season, and we have some great match-ups and some very lousy one’s on tap. 

KANSAS CITY AT ATLANTA - The Chiefs are starting their 3rd QB already for the season, doesn’t look good this week.  Atlanta’s Matt Ryan and company pick up another victory and move to 2-1 this week.  ATLANTA 24-13

OAKLAND AT BUFFALO – It’s bye bye time for Lane Kiffin, and Buffalo staying tied on top of the AFC East, with New EnglandTrent Edwards and Marshawn Lynch will have a field day vs the Raiders defense.  BUFFALO 27-10

CHICAGO AT TAMPA BAY – No Joey Galloway spells big problems for Tampa’s offense.  The Bears defense will lead the charge to help out their offense.  CHICAGO 20-17

CAROLINA AT MINNESOTAGus Frerotte will bring to life back to a stagnant offense, but without Adrian Peterson (questionable with injury) it’s still not enough.  Carolina’s Jake Delhomme welcomes Steve Smith back into the mix.  Watch for them to hook up on at least 1 TD score.  CAROLINA 23-16

MIAMI AT NEW ENGLAND – Miami’s best offenseive player Anthony Fasano becomes a non-factor without a QB to get the ball to him.  Watch ex-Dolphin players Wes Welker and Sammy Morris explode and rub it in this week.  NEW ENGLAND 24-10

CINCINNATI AT N.Y. GIANTS – New York’s looking good now on all sides of the ball.  Cincinnati’s just looking plain bad.  Easy victory for the G-Men.  GIANTS 35-14

HOUSTON AT TENNESSEE – After a bye week for Houston it’s back to work.  To bad they have to play Tennessee, where Kerry Collins has his team moving in the right direction.  Get ready for a Titan victory.  TITANS 31-20

ARIZONA AT WASHINGTON – Look for Kurt Warner to have a great game.  Can Jason Campbell and the skins offense keep momentum rolling from last week’s victory.  It’s a close on but the Redskins pull it out.  REDSKINS 27-24

NEW ORLEANS AT DENVER – Denver got lucky last week with a miracle call in their favor last week.  They won’t need it this week, in this shoot out.  The Mile High club will be rocking and rolling all day.  DENVER 41-30

DETROIT AT SAN FRANCISCO – The Mike Martz’s new offense vs the old offense.  Will there be any running involved in this game, I doubt it.  Sit back and enjoy the fireworks in this showdown.  DETROIT 30-24

ST. LOUIS AT SEATTLE – Someone has to win the game..right?  This is the week Marc Bulger and the Rams offense finally shows what they left in their tank.  But in the end it’s decided by the kicker’s.  Good thing Josh Brown’s in St. Louis now.  ST. LOUIS 20-17

CLEVELAND AT BALTIMORE – Send an SOS out now, someone has to know where Cleveland’s offense has gone.  The Ravens defense helps Joe Flacco out this week with two defensive scores.  BALTIMORE 23-17

JACKSONVILLE AT INDIANAPOLISPeyton Manning loved seeing the Jaguars last year and he’ll love it again this week.  Another loss just might light up the hot seat for the Jags head coach Jack Del Rio.  Sorry Jack the flame’s lit and the seat’s warming for you.  INDIANAPOLIS 27-10

PITTSBURGH AT PHILADELPHIA – Offense isn’t the problem here, wondering who’s defense can get a stop is.  Look for another wild shoot out, with the state’s bragging rights on the line.  In the end it’s the Eagles that soar.  EAGLES 31-27

DALLAS AT GREEN BAY – A Green Bay win quiets all the Brett Farve talk once and for all.  Then again a Dallas win makes the Cowboys the NFL’s team to beat, for now.  However I can never pick the Cowboys, it’s not in my nature.  GREEN BAY 37-31

N.Y JETS AT SAN DIEGO – With or without LT the Chargers are just to much for the Jets to overcome.  Sorry Favre the New York media will eat you alive after this week.  San Diego gets on the board with their first win this week.  CHARGERS 34-21

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Tags: Brett Farve Gus Frerotte Jack Del Rio Jason Campbell Josh Brown Kerry Collins Kurt Warner Lane Kiffin Marc Bulger Marshawn Lynch Matt Ryan Mike Martz New England Peyton Manning Sammy Morris Steve Smith Trent Edwards Wes Welker

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