Thursday, September 23, 2010
VanFulpen's NFL Week 3 Winners
Tennessee at NY Giants 1:00 PM CBS – Both teams are coming off a loss and the Titans benched quarterback Vince Young. Running back Chris Johnson should have a better game then last week.
Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM CBS – Both teams are 2-0, and the Steelers will start Charlie Batch at quarterback, maybe Tampa Bay can be the sleeper team in the NFC South.
Cincinnati at Carolina 1:00 PM CBS – The Bengals offense needs to score touchdowns and this week the do.
Cleveland at Baltimore 1:00 PM CBS – The Browns get to go to a pissed off Ravens team for losing last week to the Bengals, not a good thing.
Dallas at Houston 1:00 PM FOX – The Texans went overtime to beat the Redskins, the won’t have to play longer then four quarters this week.
San Francisco at Kansas City 1:00 PM FOX – The Chiefs can’t start 3-0 can they, well the are playing the 49ers at home.
Detroit at Minnesota 1:00 PM FOX – Brett Farve won’t start this season 0-3 and the Lions are still without quarterback Matthew Stafford
Buffalo at New England 1:00 PM CBS – After the lost to the Jets the Patriots get to beat up on the Bills.
Atlanta at New Orleans 1:00 PM FOX – The Saints get the Falcons at home and get a chance to start back to back seasons 3-0.
Washington at St. Louis 4:05 PM FOX – Sam Bradford get to try to get his first NFL regular season win, it will come but not this Sunday.
Philadelphia at Jacksonville 4:05 PM FOX – The Eagles stick with Michael Vick at quarterback to start, but still say Kevin Kolb is their future.
Oakland at Arizona 4:15 PM CBS – The Raiders are going with Bruce Gradkowski at quarterback over Jason Campbell.
San Diego at Seattle 4:15 PM CBS – The Seahawks are coming off a beating by the Broncos and the Chargers are a much better team.
Indianapolis at Denver 4:15 PM CBS – The Colts are ready to get on a roll after a week one loss.
NY Jets at Miami 8:20 PM NBC – No cornerback Darrelle Revis for the Jets to cover Brandon Marshall for the Dolphins, advantage Dolphins.
Green Bay at Chicago 8:30 PM ESPN (Monday Night) – Both teams are 2-0 and playing well, Bears are at home and quarterback Jay Culter is playing well.