POORE'S PICKS: Week Seven
Seattle 6 @Arizona
This should be a good road test for the Seahawks.
San Diego 7 1/2 @Jacksonville
The Jags are the worst team in football and Florida won't miss them when they leave.
@Kansas City 6 1/2 Houston
Here are two teams going in opposite directions.
@Detroit 3 Cincinnati
The Lions will show they are a dangerous team to play.
@Miami 8 Buffalo
How many starting quarterbacks will the Bills go through this year?
@Washington 1 Chicago
The Bears beat the Redskins in a close one.
@Philadelphia 2 1/2 Dallas
It looks like Nick Foles might be the quarterback of the future in Philadelphia.
@Carolina 6 St. Louis
Next year could be a better year for both of these teams.
@Atlanta 7 Tampa Bay
Most thought this would be a big game at the beginning of the year. They were wrong.
San Francisco 4 1/2 @Tennessee
The Titans continue to give teams fits.
@Green Bay 10 Cleveland
Not sure how many more injuries the Packers can deal with.
@Pittsburgh 2 Baltimore
The Ravens are still the best team in the AFC North.
Denver 6 1/2 @Indianapolis
Indy will be a successful homecoming for Peyton Manning.
Game of the Week
New England 4 1/2 @New York Jets
Gutsy win by New England last week but the injuries will come back to haunt them eventually, just not against the Jets.
Stinker of the Week
@New York Giants 3 Minnesota
Still hard to believe the Giants are winless.
Record For Week Six: 6-9 (10-5 without the spread)
Record Through Week Six: 41-47-4 (60-32 without the spread)
Game of Week Record: 3-3
Stinker of Week Record: 2-4
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