NFL Office Pool Picks Week 7
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Kansas City at Oakland: The Chiefs had a setback last week, and I can't entirely explain it, but I also don't see it happening again. They are going to get angry from the setback, and they are to be fueled by that. Oakland has real issues on offense, and the defense is far from good as well. This is a classic rivalry, but it won't be a classic game this time around. Take the Chiefs.
Tampa Bay at Buffalo: I'm very disappointed by the Bucs this year. I had real high hopes for them - they were my long shot Super Bowl pick - but they have looked just lost. They have been weak on the road, and Buffalo hasn't lost at home. I don't like the Bills, but they are the pick here.
Carolina at Chicago: The Bears have shown much more spark than many would have guessed, and Mitch Trubisky doesn't look terrible. Cam Newton isn't what he was, but he and the Panthers are in a good place right now, and they are the better team significantly. Take the Panthers.
Tennessee at Cleveland: Cleveland is Cleveland, and that isn't a compliment in any way at all. Tennessee has had their issues as well, but their game on Monday night was solid enough - especially in the second half. If the Titans can't win this one then they have massive issues. Take the Titans.
New Orleans at Green Bay: New Orleans is a long way from being my favorite team. I don't have nearly the faith in Green Bay's quarterbacks, though, that the team does. The chances are high that the Packers will feel sorry for themselves after losing Aaron Rodgers. Take the Saints.
Jacksonville at Indianapolis: I really don't like the Colts. There is nothing to like. Jacksonville has been one of the more pleasant surprises of the season, and while they still have obvious issues - a QB being the most significant - but they are tough and solid and have a clear edge here. Take the Jaguars.
Arizona vs. L.A. Rams: Those poor fans in Los Angeles get a lot of games that just aren't that interesting. I find it hard to care about either team. L.A. is playing solid defense, and Jared Goff has been better than expected. Let's go with them. Take the Rams.
New York Jets at Miami: The Jets have been surprisingly solid and the Dolphins have been disappointing, though not surprisingly so after the Cutler decision. Still, Miami is at home, and they should be the better team, so they have to be the pick. The Jets are overachieving and just shouldn't be anywhere near the record they have. Take the Dolphins.
Baltimore at Minnesota: Minnesota has issues at quarterback, and how that will play out isn't clear. They are solid at home, though, and Baltimore is just an okay team. The Vikings shouldn't have an excuse here, so they are the pick.
Dallas at San Francisco: As I write we don't know the status of Ezekiel Elliott, but no matter what it's a distraction. The Jerry Jones standing stance is drama as well. And the Cowboys just aren't very good, either. San Francisco hasn't won, but they keep losing close, and one day they are going to happen into a win. This is the spot - take the 49ers.
Seattle at New York Giants: The Giants got a win last week, but that doesn't mean that they are good. Watching Eli Manning decline in front of our eyes is just kinda sad. Seattle isn't perfect on offense by any means, and I don't love to trust them, but they are the clear pick here. Take the Giants.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh: The Steelers got a nice win last week to bounce back from an ugly effort. They are clearly a broken mental team this year, and they are far from their best. But the Bengals are the Bengals. They are a mess, and there is nothing to like about them. Take the Steelers.
Denver at L.A. Chargers: Denver's defense is what gets the most attention here, but the Chargers aren't as bad as they have played at home, and sooner or later they are going to get a home win to delight the nine fans in attendance. Take the Chargers.
Atlanta at New England: Atlanta was humiliated last time they met, so I guess they should be fired up to get revenge. And New England just isn't very good this year. The obvious pick is Atlanta. But I'm taking New England. I still don't trust the Falcons mentally, and New England hasn't rolled over yet despite their issues. Take the Patriots.
Washington at Philadelphia: A win here, and Philadelphia would essentially run away with the NFC East. Which is exactly what is going to happen. Washington is solid enough, but Philadelphia is better, and they are at home. No point overthinking this one. Take the Eagles.
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