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2008 Week 7 NFL Game Previews

Archived Previews From The Week 7 Games of the 2008 NFL Football Picks Season

2008 Week Seven NFL Football Game Previews

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Sunday, October 19, 2008

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San Diego Chargers (3-3) @ Buffalo Bills (4-1)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: pick’em
Over/Under: 45
Preview: The San Diego Chargers have started the 2008 season at .500. San Diego is a team that many experts cannot get figured out. After starting the season 0-2 with losses to Carolina and Denver, the Chargers came back with a huge win over the Jets, and a win over Oakland. Week five was not kind for San Diego; as they were knocked off at Miami. Week six, this past Sunday the Chargers blew out the Patriots thus putting them at .500. The Chargers are scoring 29.6 points per game, but allowing 23.2. San Diego is a game back of Denver in the AFC West. The Bills are coming off their bye week, and sit at 4-1 on the season. Buffalo in week five was embarrassed in Phoenix 41-17. The Bills four wins have come over Seattle, Jacksonville, Oakland, and St. Louis. The Bills lead the AFC East with a 4-1 record, a game ahead of New England and the New York Jets. Buffalo in their four wins, are winning by an average 11.5 points.

Minnesota Vikings (3-3) @ Chicago Bears (3-3)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Chicago – 1.5
Over/Under: 38
Preview: This NFC North battle was set up in week six with the Vikings two point victory over Detroit; and Chicago’s one point loss at home to Atlanta. The Vikings have won two straight games, both in the same week; a Monday Night win at New Orleans, and the win against Detroit. Minnesota, despite being .500 have been outscored on the season 119-113. Gus Frerotte, since taking over as the quarterback has completed 78 of 140 passes for 988 yards and three touchdowns. Adrian Peterson has been slowed as of late, but has still rushed for 563 yards and three touchdowns in six games. The Vikings are tied with Green Bay and Chicago atop the NFC North. The Bears, who are 3-3, have lost three games by a combined total of 8 points. On Sunday, the Bears took a lead with a Kyle Orton passing touchdown with just 11 seconds, only to see Atlanta come back and kick a field goal at the buzzer; by Jason Elam to win the game. Kyle Orton has been solid all season long throwing for 334 yards against Detroit, and 286 in the Atlanta loss .The Bears are 1-1 this season at Soldier Field.

Pittsburgh Steelers (4-1) @ Cincinnati Bengals (0-6)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Pittsburgh – 9.5
Over/Under: 35.5
Preview: The Pittsburgh Steelers were happy to be sitting back on wild Sunday resting, and taking their week six bye. The Steelers come into week seven’s game with Cincinnati 4-1, and in the lead in the AFC North. The Steelers have scored 103 points, and scored 79 on the season. In the four wins for Pittsburgh, the Steelers have scored 24.7 per game. The Steelers must make sure they don’t look past the Bengals, and ahead to week eight in which they host the New York Giants. For Cincinnati, each week is a struggle, and especially in weeks without quarterback Carson Palmer. Palmer missed week four, and then again during week six, and is expected to miss week seven as well. The Bengals have lost all six of their games this year, and done so by an average of 9.3 points per game. The Bengals are in last place in the AFC North, trailing the leaders Pittsburgh and also Baltimore and Cleveland.

Tennessee Titans (5-0) @ Kansas City Chiefs (1-4)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Tennessee –7.5
Over/Under: 35.5
Preview: The Tennessee Titans are one of two remaining teams in the National Football League without a loss. The Titans have beaten Jacksonville, Cincinnati, Houston, Minnesota and Baltimore by an average of 11.7 points. In five games the Titans have allowed just 56 points per game. Quarterback Kerry Collins has completed 64 of 115 passes for 740 yards on the year. The Titans are 2-0 when playing on the road this year. For Kansas City, with a lone win over Denver, 33-19, the Chiefs have looked poor for most of the season. The Chiefs are coming off their bye week, after dropping a 34-0 decision to Carolina in week five. The Chiefs have been outscored 131-65 in five games this season. Kansas City is 1-1 at home thus far in 2008. The Chiefs are tied with Oakland at the bottom of the AFC West trailing Denver and San Diego.

Dallas Cowboys (4-2) @ St. Louis Rams (1-4)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Dallas – 6.5
Over/Under: 43.5
Preview: The Dallas Cowboys took a loss, that counted double on Sunday. Not only did the Cowboys come back from a 10-point deficit, only to lose in overtime to the Arizona Cardinals; but they also lost their quarterback Tony Romo to a broken thumb. The injury will sideline Romo up to four weeks. Brad Johnson, the 41 year old, will take over behind center for Dallas. The Cowboys will look to get back on track after losing two of their last three games.  Dallas has scored 175 points, and allowed 141 thus far in 2008. St. Louis, behind interim coach Jim Haslett is coming off a come from behind win over the Washington Redskins. Haslett and the Rams look to improve their record this Sunday at home; this time of another NFC East team; in Dallas. The Rams have been outscored 164-62 in five games. With Haslett at the helm, the Rams appear to be giving Stephen Jackson more carries, and will depend on quarterback Marc Bulger a little less. The Rams are tied at the bottom of the NFC West with a 1-4 record. Seattle leads the division with a 4-2 record. Dallas will be without Adam Pacman Jones indefinitely.

Baltimore Ravens (2-3) @ Miami Dolphins (2-3)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Miami – 2.5
Over/Under: 36.5
Preview: The Baltimore Ravens and Miami Dolphins are both coming into this game with a 2-3 record. Both teams have had a great deal of ups and downs, with their paths traveling in different directions. For Baltimore, after a quick 2-0 start, the Ravens have dropped three straight games. Losses to Pittsburgh, Tennessee, and Indianapolis have come by a combined 34 points. The Ravens are having difficulties scoring on offense scoring just 87 points in five games. The Ravens are two games behind Pittsburgh in the AFC North. For Miami, after dropping their first two games, the Dolphins were able to knock around New England, and San Diego, before falling to 0-4 Houston on Sunday. In the loss on Sunday, Miami ran for just 96 yards. The Dolphins were able to force four turnovers, but it was for naught, as Matt Schaub ran for a three-yard touchdown to win the game for the Texans. The Dolphins are at the bottom of the AFC East, trailing the leaders; Buffalo 4-1. 

San Francisco 49ers (2-4) @ New York Giants (4-1)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: NY Giants – 10.5
Over/Under: 46
Preview: The San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Nolan has come under fire; as San Francisco executives have claimed if he does not win his next two games he will be fired. Lofty goals for a 2-4 team to start by beating the defending champion New York Giants. The 49ers four losses have all been games the team feels they could have won. In week one Arizona knocked them off 23-13. San Fran then won two straight games over Seattle and Detroit. Three straight losses to New Orleans, New England, and Philadelphia have come by a combined 37 points. The 49ers trail Arizona by two games in the NFC West. The Giants are coming off their 35-14 loss on Monday Night Football to Cleveland. New York sits atop the NFC East, but the unbeaten pack fell to one with the loss. The Giants have scored 141 points in five games thus far, allowing just 81 defensively, including 35 on Monday Night. Eli Manning threw a season high three interceptions in the loss on Monday.

New Orleans Saints (3-3) @ Carolina Panthers (4-2)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Carolina – 3
Over/Under: 44.5
Preview: The New Orleans Saints buried the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. In a 34-3 blowout win; Drew Brees threw for 320 yards, and Duece McAlister ran for 65, to help aid the Saints offense to a total of 441 yards. The defense for New Orleans limited Oakland to just 226 yards. New Orleans sits at 3-3, and last place in the NFC South; but trail three teams, including the Panthers by just a game. The Saints have lost both games they have played on the road this season. For Carolina, after a 27-3 loss at the hands of the Buccaneers they feel they have some things to prove. The Panthers, in being held to just three total points were limited to just 282 total yards of offense, and just 40 on the ground. The Panthers have scored 117 points, and allowed 97 on the year. Carolina has won all three of their home games played this season. The Panthers are tied with Tampa Bay and Atlanta for first place in the NFC South.

Detroit Lions (0-5) @ Houston Texans (1-4)
Time: 4:05pm EST
Spread: Houston – 8.5
Over/Under: 47
Preview: The Detroit Lions played their part in week six, while the Houston Texans had to ruin the fun. Both teams were on a crash course to meet in week seven with zero wins on the line. Instead, Houston came away a 29-28 winner over Miami; while Detroit fell 12-10 to Minnesota. The Lions, with losses to Atlanta, Green Bay, San Francisco, Chicago, and Minnesota have been outscored 159-76 on the year. The Lions are 0-2 on the road losing by an average of 12.5 a game. Detroit trails Chicago, Green Bay, and Minnesota by 2.5 games in the NFC North. The Texans, after feeling like they could have and should have won the game in week five over Indianapolis rebounded with a one point win over Miami. Matt Schaub threw for 379 yards, including a three-yard pass to put the Texans ahead in the end. Andre Johnson caught nine passes for 178 yards and a touchdown.  The Texans are 1-4 overall, and trail Tennessee, who is 5-0.

New York Jets (3-2) @ Oakland Raiders (1-4)
Time: 4:15pm EST
Spread: NY Jets – 3
Over/Under: 41
Preview: The New York Jets have won two straight games. In those two wins; over Arizona and Cincinnati have scored 82 points. Brett Favre has completed 112 of 157 passes for 1124 yards and 13 touchdowns. Running back Thomas Jones ran for 65 yards, and two touchdowns in the 26-14 win over Cincinnati on Sunday. The Jets are tied with New England for second place in the AFC East, trailing the Bills, who are 4-1. New York has scored 141 points, while allowing 130. The Oakland Raiders may have switched play callers, but not the playmakers. After firing Lane Kiffin, the Raiders were defeated 34-3 at New Orleans. In the loss the Raiders managed just 226 total yards, with 141 in the air. Quarterback JaMarcus Russell completed just 13 of 35 passes for 159 yards, with no touchdowns, and an interception. The Raiders are tied with Kansas City at 1-4 in the AFC West. Denver leads the division at 4-2.

Indianapolis Colts (3-2) @ Green Bay Packers (3-3)
Time: 4:15pm EST
Spread: Indianapolis Colts 1
Over/Under: 47
Preview: This inter conference matchup between Green Bay and Indianapolis is a pivotal battle for both clubs. The Indianapolis Colts have finally won two straight games in 2008. After starting slow with a loss to Chicago and a loss to Jacksonville which was sandwiched between a last second win over the Vikings, the Colts have finally found their groove and are beginning to look like the Colts of old. Scoring 31 points in the last two games, Peyton Manning seems to be growing back into the quarterback he has been in the past. Manning threw for a total of 271 yards on Sunday, as the Colts garnered 334 total yards on offense. The Colts sit two games behind the Titans in the AFC South. For the Packers, after losing three straight games, Green Bay came away with a much needed 27-17 win on the road in Seattle. The Packers' Aaron Rodgers has been solid in his first season at starting quarterback, passing for 1482 yards and 11 touchdowns. Green Bay sits in a three-way tie with the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears atop the NFC North, making this game a crucial one.

Cleveland Browns (2-3) @ Washington Redskins (4-2)
Time: 4:15pm EST
Spread: Washington – 7.5
Over/Under: 42
Preview: The Cleveland Browns came up with their biggest win of the 2008 on Monday Night. Knocking off the defending Super Bowl Champions, and 4-0 New York Giants, will hopefully for Browns fans, give the team much needed energy. Starting the season 0-3, Cleveland has beaten Cincinnati and New York to climb to 2-3. That record places the Browns tied in second place with Baltimore, and two games back of Pittsburgh in the AFC North. Cleveland, who had struggled to score, got going on Monday scoring 35 points behind Braylon Edwards’ 154 yards receiving. The Redskins had won four straight before the game winning field goal off the foot of Rams kicker Josh Brown sailed through the uprights Sunday. Washington has scored 126 points thus far through six games. The Redskins four wins have come over New Orleans, Arizona, Dallas and Philadelphia. Washington sits just ½ game behind the Giants for the top spot in the NFC East.

Seattle Seahawks (1-4) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2)
Time: 8:15pm EST
Spread: Tampa Bay – 10.5
Over/Under: 38.5
Preview: The Seattle Seahawks have been a train wreck in their first five games this season. With a lone win over St. Louis, Seattle has fallen to 1-4 on the year, after the loss to Green Bay on Sunday. In the loss, Seattle was only able to garner 177 yards of total offense. Quarterback Charlie Frye, replacing the injured Matt Hasslebeck competed just 12 of 23 passes for 83 yards and two touchdowns, but also two interceptions. The Seahawks were dominated in the time of possession 37:26 to 22:34. Seattle is tied in last place in the NFC West with St. Louis, at 1-4. For Tampa Bay, Sunday was an impressive 27-3 winner over divisional rival Carolina. The Buccaneers have outscored teams 141-87 thus far. Quarterback Jeff Garcia, who replaced the injured Brian Griese threw for 173 yards and a touchdown in the win. Tampa Bay has won all three games they have played at Raymond James Stadium this season. The Buccaneers are tied with Carolina and Atlanta atop the NFC South.

Monday, October 20, 2008

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Denver Broncos (4-2) @ New England Patriots (3-2)
Time: 8:30pm ET
Spread: New England 3
Over/Under: 47
Preview: Monday Night games thus far in 2008 have been full of offense, and full of energy. The Denver Broncos can definitely bring the offense. Scoring the fourth most points in all the NFL, with 166, the Broncos have definitely put points on the board. Quarterback Jay Cutler has thrown for 1694 yards and 12 touchdowns in six games this season. Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall has caught 43 passes for 521 yards and 3 touchdowns on the year. Denver sits atop the AFC West with a 4-2 mark. San Diego sits a game back at 3-3, while Kansas City and Oakland are 1-4. For the Patriots, quarterback Matt Cassell has not quite been Tom Brady. Since opening day, when Brady went down with his injury, the Patriots have scored 63 points in four games. Randy Moss has caught 20 passes for 300 yards, but just two touchdowns on the year. The Patriots have split their first two home games so far this season. New England trails Buffalo in the AFC East by a game.


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