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Week 8 – Survivor Pools

If you
didn’t have the Colts or the Patriots in Week 7, you did not have a solid
selection entering the week. In my case, the Giants did not come to play on
Sunday night and blew a touchdown lead twice. The Panthers also showed how good
they really are at home against the Bills. Another six teams have a bye this
week. Check out this week’s analysis on the 13 games.

 

I am not
going to select one team each week for the remainder of the year since I have not
done well this season. I apologize for that, but am ready to rebound as we near
the second half of the season!

 

Week 8
games

 

Denver

@ Baltimore – Stay away.

The
Ravens

need this game, but the Broncos are undefeated. I like to lean
towards the team who needs it more.

 

Houston

@ Buffalo – Avoid this one.
What’s up with

Buffalo?

 

Cleveland

@

Chicago
– Have to like the Bears here to bounce back at home after they were
embarrassed by another AFC North team. Here’s your No. 1 selection this
weekend.

 

St. Louis

@ Detroit – Too bad they are
wasting a good matchup for an opponent by playing each other. Maybe Steven
Jackson will finally reach the endzone.

 

Miami

@ N.Y. Jets – The Jets were 1-0 in
the division with a big win against

New
England
. However, they dropped to 1-2 with losses to

Miami and

Buffalo.
They need to win this one at home, but the Dolphins have been playing well –
except for the second half collapse against

New Orleans
– which may have taken a toll on them.

 

San Francisco

@ Indianapolis – Peyton
Manning continues to dominate. First half MVP, no question. If you have Indy,
use ‘em.

 

Seattle

@

Dallas

The
Cowboys have a chance to move up in the NFC East with the Giants playing the
Eagles on Sunday. I expect them to win, but

Seattle
will put up a fight. I’d look elsewhere.

 

NY Giants
@

Philadelphia – Big
game this early in the season. Will the Giants lose three straight and fall to
5-3? Will the Eagles be without Westbrook?

 

Jacksonville

@

Tennessee
– Stay away.

 

Oakland

@ San Diego – You can never
believe in

Oakland. They may have
their games, but they’re still a terrible football team. The Chargers are an
option, even in this divisional game.

 

Minnesota

@ Green Bay – The first
meeting was fun, but Brett Favre at Lambeau in a different uniform is going to
be better.

 

Carolina

@ Arizona –

Arizona
has pulled off two big wins on the road. Are they ready to come home and
continue that success or are they in for a letdown? I’m going to avoid this
game for that reason.

Atlanta @

New Orleans
– High scoring affair on Monday Night Football! This should be fun.

 

Options

:

Indianapolis,

Chicago,

San Diego.
In that order.

 

Tempting
team you should avoid

:

Arizona. Coming off
two big road wins, they may have a letdown. There are other options with less
risk this week.

 

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