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Re: NFL Predictions
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This is easy, like taking candy from a Jets fan:

Indianapolis-Baltimore: No contest. Last week, Peyton Manning threw three interceptions — playing in the snug rug comforts of home! Here’s a guy who never beat Florida’s Gators, and they weren’t even coached yet by Urban Meyer. The Ravens have their carving knives out. Plus, who can root against super-cool Steve McNair?

New England-San Diego: A bit tougher. Tom Brady is the greatest living American in sports since Sandy Koufax. He plays like God wishes He could. One problem: Brady’s lost in San Diego before. The season after the Patriots’ first Super Bowl win, the Chargers dominated the Pats in San Diego. Recall too how poorly the Pats play in Miami. Could be they’re not meant to compete in the lower corners of the United States.

Philadelphia-New Orleans: Which communion of Saints will show up? The softees who got clobbered by the lowly Redskins? Or the powerhouse that lassoed the Cowboys — in Big D? Sean Peyton is almost as good as Urban Meyer, and his team has had an extra week to prepare. The Eagles, meanwhile, are battered. But that that’s the way they like it. It all depends, ultimately, on the fellow they once called The President when he played at USC. If Reggie Bush plays like Barry Sanders, Eagles lose.

Seattle-Chicago: Any time you play against Rex Grossman there’s a good chance he’ll pull a Tony Romo end of game play on every snap from center. So far the Seahawks have failed upward. Why not for another week?

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