The Chargers are now in dead last and fans are about toe occupy qualcomm if Norv isn't fired. So much for getting back to the playoffs. The Jaguars are rolling with and interum head coach on Monday night and if he beats Norv, I expect fans to have pitchforks and torches out to welcome the team back to Chargers park.
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Titans (6-5) at Bills (5-6) The Titans are keeping hope alive and look to continue that on the road against a beat up Bills team. Titans are only 2-3 on the road and the Bills are 4-1 at home. Titans will have to earn this one.
Raiders (7-4) at Dolphins (3-8) Raiders are missing some playmakers and they have not looked great beating bad teams over the last three weeks. Matt Moore has been playing well and the Dolphins look like a new team. This looks like a trap game to me. I'm taking the fins.
Bengals (7-4) at Steelers (8-3) Andy Dalton has not put up the numbers that Cam Newton has, but he has had a great rookie campaign. The Bengals are 4-2 on the road this season, but it won't be enough to take down the Steelers.
Falcons (7-4) at Texans (8-3) The Texans don't have a quarterback, but they have all but wrapped up a terrible AFC south. The Falcons are trying to keep pace with the Saints and I think they will give the Texans defense everything they can handle.
Packers (11-0) at Giants (6-5) The Giants offense is has been dealing with injuries more of the season and the only entertaining portion of it is when Cruz gets his dance on. The Packers defense doesn't seem to have interest in stopping teams, so take the OVAH!
Lions (7-4) at Saints (8-3) No Suh, no problem? Wrong. Big problems for the Lions this week as they roll into New Orleans. Drew Brees is a man on a mission this season and expect more of the Same on Sunday.
My picks are after the jump.
Carolina at Tampa Bay
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Atlanta at Houston
NY Jets at Washington
Indianapolis at New England
Oakland at Miami
Denver at Minnesota
Tennessee at Buffalo
Kansas City at Chicago
Baltimore at Cleveland
Dallas at Arizona
Green Bay at NY Giants
St. Louis at San Francisco
Detroit at New Orleans
San Diego at Jacksonville