Sunday, September 19, 2010

Five NFL Games to Watch- Week 2

A weekly feature taking place during the NFL season. After going 3-2 in Week 1, here are the five biggest games to watch in the NFL for Week 2.

5. New Orleans Saints vs. San Fransisco 49ers
Monday Night- 8:00pm
Candlestick Park- San Fransisco, CA

  • Where will be the focus of the Saints offense: The run game or the passing game?
  • Is a home game the medicine that'll get the 49ers back on the right track?
  • Will the NFC West favorite 49ers really start their season 0-2?
Prediction: Saints 28-14

4. Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday Afternoon- 1:00pm
Paul Brown Stadium- Cincinnati, OH

  • Can Carson Palmer stay consistent and play the whole game as he did in the second half of last game?
  • Will Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens play level headed against a tough defense?
  • Is this the game where Ray Rice breaks out in 2010?
Prediction: Ravens 24-17

3. Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tennessee Titans
Sunday Afternoon- 1:00pm
LP Field- Nashville, TN

  • How will the loss of Casey Hampton up the middle effect the Steelers ability to stop Chris Johnson?
  • What will the Steelers do to minimize the effect of Vince Young on the offense?
  • How will Dennis Dixon look after a respectable outing in Week One at home against the Falcons?
Prediction: Titans 20-14

2. New England Patriots vs. New York Jets
Sunday Afternoon- 4:15pm
New Meadowlands Stadium- East Rutherford, NJ

  • Who will win the battle: The explosive Patriots offense or the dominating Jets defense?
  • Can slightly banged up (hamstring) Darrelle Revis shut down Randy Moss?
  • Will the Jets offense finally get going?
Prediction: Patriots 24-10

1. New York Giants vs. Indianapolis Colts
Sunday Night- 8:20pm
Lucas Oil Stadium- Indianapolis, IN

  • How will the Colts shake off their tough first week loss to the Texans?
  • Will the Colts be able to stop the Giants run game with the loss of Bob Sanders?
  • How many times will we hear it mentioned that the Manning's are brothers?
Prediction: Colts 27-17

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