NYG at WAS: Two times makes it an offical trend: When Tom Coughlin's teams go down, they go down hard. WAS.
PIT at CIN: I saw a bit of the Bengals for the first time this year on Christmas Eve, and that was more than enough for me. Wrecking the Bengals here would make the Steelers feel a little better about themselves - upset special. PIT.
DET at DAL: It's come down to the wire between Detroit and Oakland for the number one pick and a shot at Brady Quinn - Of course, it won't matter much to Matt Millen, who's only scouting receivers. DAL.
NE at TEN: Vince Young saved Jeff Fisher's job this year, and I don't know if that's a good thing for the Titans. TEN.
JAX at KC: Everybody Loves Maurice Jones-Drew. Why did this guy pick up an extra name when he went from UCLA to the NFL? KC.
STL at MIN: Nice stat line by Tavaris Jackson last week. If the game went 8 quarters, he might have had a shot at 100 passing yards. Still, expect the Rams to choke here. MIN.
CAR at NO: Carolina has a sliver of a chance to still get in, which should be enough to get past the Saints. CAR.
OAK at NYJ: Now this is a matchup you like to see if a) your team needs a win to get in and b) You're inexplicably a Jets fan. NYJ.
SEA at TB: Gruden, please stop stalling, just give your championship ring to Tony Dungy, and the matter can be closed. How does this guy get respect when he's basically Barry Switzer part II? SEA.
CLE at HOU: Wow....GIDCAOTW, in a surprisingly easy call. HOU.
SF at DEN: Anyone who is now considering Denver to be a contender for the AFC crown needs to change their medication. DEN.
MIA at IND: One more year of the Colts' offensive juggernaut wasted on a team that just can't afford to play defense. IND.
ATL at PHI: Jim Mora Jr., you have a lot to learn from pops in the public relations department...PHI.
AZ at SD: Two teams that looked kinda similar coming into the season. Oh wait, I forgot about defense. SD.
BUF at BAL: This team does look a lot like the Baltimore team that somehow won the Super Bowl a few years back, but the AFC seems to be quite a bit stronger now. Expect a quick exit. BAL.
GB at CHI: Even more amazing than the Packers' shot at the playoffs is the fact that they would own a 5-1 record against the NFC Central if they can beat the Bears here. Talk about pathetic. GB.