Falcons (1-1) at Bills (1-1). Line: Bills by 2½. Over-Under: 36.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Bills by 2.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Bills by 1.

The Game. Edge: None.
Injuries: Falcons: OUT: CB Kevin Mathis. QUESTIONABLE: WR Dez White, KR/PR/CB Allen Rossum. PROBABLE: QB Michael Vick*. Bills: QUESTIONABLE: OT Mike Williams, MLB London Fletcher, S Lawyer Milloy.

Think the oddsmakers care about Michael Vick? It took until Wednesday afternoon for a line to appear, simply because the NFL's greatest difference-maker is probable.

Regardless of who the quarterback is, Atlanta will be able to run the ball with Warrick Dunn and T.J. Duckett. Remember how the Bills were proficient against opposing ground attacks in 2004? Well, that is not the case this season, as Buffalo is ranked 25th against the run, which can be attributed to the departure of run-stuffer Pat Williams. Assuming Vick will play, Atlanta's success on the ground will open things up for the electrifying quarterback. However, Buffalo has one of the elite secondaries in the NFL, while Vick is not proficient as a passer. Vick will need to run often to pick up first downs, which could be a problem, given that the Bills' linebacking corps is one of the league's quickest.

Much like the Falcons, Buffalo will attempt to establish a running game with Willis McGahee. Atlanta is 28th against the run, as the team struggled to bring down Shaun Alexander on Sunday; the Seattle runner garnered 144 yards on 28 carries. The Falcons will bring an eighth man into the box to stop McGahee, forcing raw "rookie" J.P. Losman to beat them. Losman was brutal against Tampa Bay, completing just 12-of-28 passes for 113 yards, and could be in for another long day.

With both teams nearly identical offensively and defensively, you have to go with the one, huge difference: Michael Vick. Assuming he plays, that is. If Vick is ruled out, this pick may change, so stay tuned.


The Trends. Edge: None.
  • Line Movement: Bills -3½ (open) to Bills -3 to Bills -2½.
  • Total Movement: 36 (open) to 36½ to 36.
  • Weather: Cloudy, 76 degrees. Mild wind, 15 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Both Defenses.
  • Sit Em: Both Offenses.

Prediction: Falcons by 3. (Falcons +2½). Under.




Panthers (1-1) at Dolphins (1-1). Line: Panthers by 3½. Over-Under: 36½.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Panthers by 3.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Panthers by 3½.

The Game. Edge: Panthers.
Injuries: Panthers: OUT: DT Kris Jenkins. QUESTIONABLE: RB Stephen Davis, OLB Will Witherspoon, CB Ken Lucas, S Mike Minter. Dolphins: OUT: RB Ricky Williams, OT Wade Smith, CB Will Poole.

Congratulations to the Panthers for avenging their 32-29 Super Bowl XXXVIII loss to New England. The team was fired up and executed on all cylinders. Now, they have to summon the energy to play at Miami.

It's no secret what the Panthers like to do on offense. Stephen Davis and DeShaun Foster carried the ball 32 times against the Patriots. They managed 114 rushing yards in the process, but they will not be able to attain that number against Miami. The Dolphins surrender just 2.8 yards per carry. They restricted Curtis Martin to 72 yards on 31 carries Sunday. In Week 1, they limited the Broncos to 52 rushing yards. Jake Delhomme will not be able to use play-action, as he will be forced into unfavorable long-yardage situations. Delhomme was succumb to the pressure applied by Jason Taylor, and he will not be able to locate Steve Smith, who will be blanketed by Sam Madison.

As good as Miami's rush defense is, Carolina's is superior. The Panthers have surrendered only 2.4 yards per carry this season. And, it's not like the Dolphins can run the ball anyway; Ronnie Brown has a grand total of 92 rushing yards in two games. It will be extremely difficult for Gus Frerotte to convert third-and-longs, especially with Julius Peppers breathing down his neck.

The Panthers should be able to win this game, but many teams have fallen in the hot and humid environment of Miami. Plus, it remains to be seen how focused the Panthers will be after claiming revenge.


The Trends. Edge: Dolphins.
  • Letdown Alert: PANTHERS are coming off revenge victory vs. New England.
  • Dolphins are 27-12 SU in September since 1994.
  • Dolphins are 8-3 ATS in September home games since 2000.
  • Line Movement: .
  • Total Movement: 37½ (open) to 37 to 36½.
  • Weather: Chance of thunderstorms, 89 degrees. Mild wind, 16 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Randy McMichael, Both Defenses.
  • Sit Em: Stephen Davis, DeShaun Foster, Ronnie Brown.

Prediction: Panthers by 1. (Dolphins +3½). Money Pick. Under.




Bengals (2-0) at Bears (1-1). Line: Bengals by 3. Over-Under: 39.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Bengals by 3.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Bengals by 4.

The Game. Edge: Bengals.
Injuries: Bengals: OUT: DE Duane Clemons, MLB Nate Webster, S Kim Herring. Bears: OUT: QB Rex Grossman, OLB Joe Odom. QUESTIONABLE: DE Adewale Ogunleye.

When the schedule came out in April, this may have seemed like a boring, meaningless game. But, in the wake of Cincinnati's 2-0 start and Chicago's shocking 38-6 victory over Detroit on Sunday, this contest suddenly has appeal.

The Bears have one of the elite defenses in the NFL. They are yielding just 7.5 points per contest this season after permitting just 16 points per game with Brian Urlacher in the lineup in 2004. However, Chicago's stop unit beat up on Washington and Detroit thus far. The Bengals' offense is in a different stratosphere. The Bears cannot focus on stopping Rudi Johnson, because Carson Palmer will torch their secondary. Cornerbacks Charles Tillman and Jerry Azumah are solid players, but they will not be able to cover Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh. The Bengals may punt more than three times -- the average amount of punts they had against Cleveland and Minnesota -- but they should still score enough to give themselves a great opportunity to start 3-0.

Forget Cedric Benson. Thomas Jones carried the load for the Bears against Detroit, rushing for 139 yards on 20 carries. Cincinnati's run defense is the NFL's worst; they surrender 5.6 yards per carry. Jones should have a field day in the early going, ripping off long bursts left and right. As long as Jones is trampling the Bengals, Kyle Orton will be able to utilize play-action, connecting with Muhsin Muhammad downfield. Orton was confident against Detroit, completing 14-of-21 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown. All of this should work in theory, but this contest could transform into a shootout once the Bengals have placed 20 or more points on the scoreboard. The Bears may be forced to abandon the run in the second half, which will hurt their chances of winning this game.

Look at the last sentence of the second paragraph. Did I just type "Bengals" and "3-0?"

Note: Game has been changed to a money pick. According to a story on the AP Wire, the Bengals are concentrating on winning this game, given their recent downfalls after starting 2-0 (last instance was 2001).


The Trends. Edge: None.
  • Line Movement: .
  • Total Movement: 38 (open) to 40 to 39½ to 39.
  • Weather: Chance of thunderstorms, 82 degrees. Mild wind, 16 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Carson Palmer, Rudi Johnson, Chad Johnson, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Muhsin Muhammad.
  • Sit Em: Both Defenses.

Prediction: Bengals by 10. (Bengals -3). Money Pick. Under.




Browns (1-1) at Colts (2-0). Line: Colts by 14. Over-Under: 46½.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Colts by 13½.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Colts by 13.

The Game. Edge: Colts.
Injuries: Browns: OUT: TE Kellen Winslow Jr. QUESTIONABLE: RB Lee Suggs, DE Orpheus Roye, CB Leigh Bodden. Colts: OUT: RB James Mungro, CB Donald Strickland, S Joseph Jefferson. DOUBTFUL: RB Dominic Rhodes.

Cleveland at Indianapolis. Hmm... Shouldn't the spread be 130½, and not 13½?

There is something intriguing about the Browns' offense. They utilize tight end Steve Heiden to perfection, as Trent Dilfer often throws to the South Dakota State alumnus after rolling out. They also have three game breakers at wide receiver -- Braylon Edwards, Dennis Northcutt and Antonio Bryant -- who can take it to the house any time they touch the ball. Reuben Droughns is a powerful running back capable of carrying the load and catching the ball out of the backfield. It seems as though Romeo Crennel utilizes all of his offensive pieces to their maximum capablity. The Browns should be able to methodically move the chains against Indianapolis' vastly overrated defense. The Colts surrendered more than five yards per carry last week to Fred Taylor. Droughns will have similar success, allowing Dilfer to play-action.

The Colts' offense vs. the Browns' defense is a mismatch, right? From afar it appears to be. However, do you remember the name of New England's defensive coordinator who was unbeaten against Peyton Manning? That's right -- Crennel is capable of devising a game plan to confuse and frustrate Manning. Cleveland's run defense, which restricted Ahman Green to just 54 yards on 16 carries last week, should be able to prevent Edgerrin James from accumulating more than 125 rushing yards. The Browns do not have the personnel to stop Manning, but they do have the coach.

How focused will Indianapolis be for this contest? After battling the Ravens and the Jaguars, they play this "meaningless, easy game" and then take on archrival Tennessee.


The Trends. Edge: Browns.
  • Sandwich Situation: After playing the Ravens and Jaguars, the COLTS battle the Titans after this "meaningless game."
  • Line Movement: Colts -13½ (open) to Colts -14.
  • Total Movement: 47 (open) to 46½.
  • Weather: Dome.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Trent Dilfer, Steve Heiden, Colts Offense.
  • Sit Em: Both Defenses.

Prediction: Colts by 10. (Browns +14). Over.




Jaguars (1-1) at Jets (1-1). Line: Jets by 2½. Over-Under: 33½.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Jets by 1½.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Jets by 2½.

The Game. Edge: Jaguars.
Injuries: Jaguars: OUT: Donovin Darius. PROBABLE: QB Byron Leftwich. Jets: QUESTIONABLE: RB Curtis Martin*, FB Jerald Sowell, S Eric Coleman.

Much like the Atlanta-Buffalo contest, there are players whose availability could change the outcome of this game and this pick. Unlike the aforementioned game, there are two individuals -- not one -- whose services are questionable: Byron Leftwich and Curtis Martin.

Think the Jets miss run stuffer Jason Ferguson, who is now clogging the middle for Dallas? New York is ranked 30th against the run, meaning Fred Taylor will accumulate more than 125 rushing yards. This, of course, assumes Byron Leftwich is in the lineup. The Jets will not be able to stack the line of scrimmage, because Leftwich has established himself as a lethal signal caller, capable of connecting with Jimmy Smith downfield. However, if Leftwich is not available, Jacksonville's offense will sputter. David Garrard is not a reliable backup.

Whether Martin can play or not, New York will have problems establishing a running game. Jacksonville has one of the elite run defenses in the NFL, because defensive tackles John Henderson and Marcus Stroud are the best tandem at their position in the NFL. Chad Pennington, dead shoulder and all, will be confronted with a plethora of long-yardage situations. He will have to be extremely accurate against the Jaguars, who yielded just 122 passing yards to Peyton Manning on Sunday. If Jacksonville can frustrate Manning, imagine what they can do to a hobbled Pennington.

This pick assumes Leftwich is good to go. If it is announced that he cannot play, this pick will probably be changed.

Note: Leftwich's status has been upgraded to probable Saturday morning.


The Trends. Edge: Jaguars.
  • Jets are 3-6 ATS in September home games since 2000.
  • Line Movement: Jets -3 (open) to Jets -2½.
  • Total Movement: 34½ (open) to 33½.
  • Weather: Partly cloudy, 77 degrees. Mild wind, 11 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Byron Leftwich, Fred Taylor, Jimmy Smith, Jaguars Defense.
  • Sit Em: Curtis Martin, Jets Defense.

Prediction: Jaguars by 10. (Jaguars +2½). Under.




Saints (1-1) at Vikings (0-2). Line: Vikings by 3½. Over-Under: 44½.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Vikings by 5.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Vikings by 5.

The Game. Edge: Vikings.
Injuries: Saints: OUT: KR/PR Michael Lewis*. QUESTIONABLE: DE Charles Grant, DT Brian Young, OLB James Allen, CB Jason Craft, CB Fakhir Brown, S Dwight Smith. Vikings: OUT: RB Onterrio Smith, C Matt Birk*. DOUBTFUL: WR Nate Burleson*, MLB E.J. Henderson.

When the schedule was introduced to the masses in April, this was billed as a potential shootout. After all, these two teams combined for more than 60 points in each of their previous two meetings.

Shootout no more. The Saints are capable of moving the chains, but often sputter in the end zone, while the Vikings put up a grand total of eight points at Cincinnati on Sunday. Minnesota's defense actually did a commendable job against Rudi Johnson in its 37-8 loss; they restricted him to just 90 yards on 22 carries. However, the Vikings' downfall was against the pass. Carson Palmer was 27-of-40 for 337 yards and three touchdowns. Aaron Brooks will have a big day throwing the football, but that will not matter if New Orleans continues to come up empty inside the 20-yard line. Even though the Vikings' stop unit appears outmatched, look from them -- everyone is criticizing the defense, even though it has decent personnel.

Minnesota cannot run the ball. Daunte Culpepper threw five interceptions against the Bengals. What is going on with Mike Tice's team? Fortunately for Vikings fans, playing the Saints could cure all ailments. Minnesota is struggling to score because they miss center Matt Birk, who is out for the year. The team simply cannot pass block up the middle. Will that be a concern against New Orleans? Not at all -- the Saints lack any semblance of talent at defensive tackle. New Orleans also lacks the cornerbacks to keep up with Nate Burleson, Travis Taylor and Marcus Robinson.

Although the Vikings are 0-2, all advantages point their way. They will be looking to prove that they are not as bad as their 0-2 record indicates; they will be playing for Mike Tice's job; the Saints are playing in their third consecutive road game (see statistic below); and, Jim Haslett, Joe Horn and Brooks were complaining about having to play in Giants Stadium on Monday night. When a team complains, they usually lose.


The Trends. Edge: Vikings.
  • Third Road Alert: Teams in their third consecutive road game are 5-11 ATS since 2000.
  • Vikings are 10-16 ATS vs. teams coming off a loss under Mike Tice.
  • Line Movement: Vikings -4½ (open) to Vikings -4 to Vikings -3½.
  • Total Movement: 45½ (open) to 44½ to 44 to 44½.
  • Weather: Dome.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Aaron Brooks, Joe Horn, Donte Stallworth, Daunte Culpepper, Nate Burleson, Travis Taylor.
  • Sit Em: Both Defenses.

Prediction: Vikings by 10. (Vikings -3½). Under.




Raiders (0-2) at Eagles (1-1). Line: Eagles by 9. Over-Under: 46.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Eagles by 7½.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Eagles by 8.

The Game. Edge: Eagles.
Injuries: Raiders: OUT: WR Ronald Curry. QUESTIONABLE: WR Doug Gabriel, CB Nnamdi Asomugha. Eagles: OUT: RB Correll Buckhalter, WR Todd Pinkston, DE Jerome McDougle, KR J.R. Reed. QUESTIONABLE: QB Donovan McNabb*, WR Terrell Owens*, K David Akers*.

Oops, I guess Donovan McNabb isn't hurt after all. The Pro Bowl quarterback sliced and diced San Francisco, completing 23-of-29 passes for 342 yards and five touchdowns.

That said, McNabb could be in for a similar day against Oakland. The Raiders have improved their run-stopping ability, but running the football is something the Eagles do not do. Oakland's inexperienced secondary has been torched by Tom Brady and Trent Green thus far. They will be just as embarrassed by McNabb, Terrell Owens and emerging tight end L.J. Smith, who caught nine passes for 119 yards and a touchdown against the 49ers. Owens will humiliate an overrated Charles Woodson, and will perform a few touchdown celebrations for the thrilled fans of the Linc.

Has anyone noticed that there is something wrong with Oakland's offense? The running back is in place. Randy Moss, Jerry Porter and company are as lethal as they come. Kerry Collins has a powerful arm. However, while Collins has a cannon attached to his right shoulder, he does not have any awareness or poise. The Raiders will occasionally move the chains against Philadelphia, but they will often shoot themselves in the foot with turnovers and penalties, like they did against Kansas City.

To make things worse for Oakland, the team is playing a 1 p.m. game on the Atlantic Coast. Pacific teams do not fare well in that situation (see statistic below).


The Trends. Edge: Eagles.
  • Early Game Alert: Pacific Teams playing on the Atlantic Coast at 1:00 PM are 10-20 ATS since 2002.
  • Eagles are 14-6 ATS vs. teams with losing records since 2001.
  • Eagles are 4-9 ATS vs. AFC opponents since 2001.
  • Line Movement: Eagles -8½ (open) to Eagles -8 to Eagles -7½ to Eagles -8 to Eagles -8½ to Eagles -9.
  • Total Movement: 47 (open) to 46½ to 46.
  • Weather: Cloudy, 79 degrees. Light wind, 7 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Randy Moss, Eagles Offense and Defense.
  • Sit Em: Kerry Collins, LaMont Jordan, Raiders Defense.

Prediction: Eagles by 17. (Eagles -9). Money Pick. Over.




Buccaneers (2-0) at Packers (0-2). Line: Buccaneers by 3½. Over-Under: 37½.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Pick.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Buccaneers by 2½.

The Game. Edge: Buccaneers.
Injuries: Buccaneers: OUT: G Jeb Terry. QUESTIONABLE: RB Cadillac Williams*, OT Matt Stinchcomb. Packers: OUT: WR Javon Walker. QUESTIONABLE: TE Bubba Franks*.

One of the few bad things about the NFL's new eight-division alignment is that the Buccaneers and Packers, once fierce rivals from the NFC Central, no longer play each other. This old rivalry was once known as "The Bay of Pigs."

Although the home team has always dominated this series, and Brett Favre has never lost to the Buccaneers at home, things may change Sunday at Lambeau Field. The Buccaneers really hit a home run in April's draft when they selected Cadillac Williams. The rookie has become the first running back since Edgerrin James to open his career with two 100-yard rushing performances. Cadillac, fresh off a 128-yard outing against Buffalo's superb defense, should be able to cruise through wide open lanes against the Packers. Green Bay has one of the worst run defenses in the NFL, meaning Cadillac's speed will present play-action opportunities for Brian Griese. How bad is the Packers' inexperienced secondary? Joey Harrington looked like a real NFL quarterback in Week 1, while Trent Dilfer compiled 336 yards and three touchdowns in Week 2.

Look out, NFC. Tampa Bay's vaunted defense is back. No Warren Sapp or John Lynch, but the Buccaneers completely dismantled Minnesota and Buffalo the first two games of the season. The Buccaneers' run defense, which is allowing an unprecedented 1.9 yards per carry, will put the clamps on Ahman Green, forcing Brett Favre to make wild throws into an extremely talented Tampa Bay secondary. The Packers, however, will be able to put up double digits, which the Bills were not able to accomplish.

With all signs pointing to Tampa Bay, There are reasons for going the other way. Why? Green Bay is 0-2 and cannot afford to start 0-3. They will play with more desperation than the Buccaneers. Plus, Jon Gruden has historically faltered on the road immediately after winning. This could be one of the few victories that Favre notches in 2005. To be quite honest, I'm torn. This would be the last game I would bet on this week.


The Trends. Edge: Packers.
  • History: Home Team has won 10 of the last 11 meetings.
  • History: Brett Favre has never lost to the Buccaneers at home (former NFC Central rivalry).
  • Double Home Alert: Coaches are 42-32 ATS at home following a home loss since 2001.
  • Buccaneers are 3-12 ATS on the road after a win under Jon Gruden.
  • Packers are 3-7 ATS in September home games since 2000.
  • Line Movement: Buccaneers -3 (open) to Buccaneers -3½.
  • Total Movement: 38 (open) to 37½ to 38 to 37½.
  • Weather: Heavy thunderstorms and rain, 71 degrees. Mild wind, 11 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Cadillac Williams, Michael Clayton, Buccaneers Defense.
  • Sit Em: Ahman Green, Donald Driver.

Prediction: Packers by 3. (Packers +3½). Under.




Titans (1-1) at Rams (1-1). Line: Rams by 7. Over-Under: 45½.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Rams by 7.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Rams by 6.

The Game. Edge: Rams.
Injuries: Titans: QUESTIONABLE: RB Chris Brown*, WR Drew Bennett*, WR Courtney Roby, DT Albert Haynesworth, OLB Peter Sirmon, S Vincent Fuller. Rams: OUT: CB Jerametrius Butler, OT Rex Tucker.

Jeff Fisher is a miracle worker. How in the world did his young defense limit Jamal Lewis to nine yards on 10 carries?

Accident or trend? A week after permitting Willie Parker to rush for 161 yards, the Titans surrendered just 10 yards to Lewis. So, will Jekyll or Hyde show up this week? Will it even matter? Mike Martz does not run the ball enough with Steven Jackson. The mad scientist called just 18 running plays for Jackson in St. Louis' 17-12 win at Arizona on Sunday. Martz will foolishly call too many pass plays, putting Marc Bulger's career in jeopardy again. Bulger has been sacked 11 times in two contests. The Rams will be able to move the chains on occasion, but they will make some kind of error, which result in a stalled drive. They always do.

Tennessee's defense might be questionable, but the team still has one of the elite scoring attacks in the NFL. Steve McNair is healthy and as sharp as ever, Travis Henry and Chris Brown are very capable running backs, Drew Bennett leads a talented receiving corps, and the offensive line is very stout. The Titans should be able to score at will against St. Louis' sorry excuse for a defense. Expect Tennessee's offensive line to overpower the Rams' front four, opening up huge running lanes for Henry and Brown. Once the run is established, McNair will either torch a mediocre Rams secondary, or run for a few first downs himself. Either way, asking St. Louis to stop the Titans is like trying to prevent the sun from rising.

Do the Titans have the talent to avenge their Super Bowl XXXIV loss to the Rams? Maybe not. However, something they do have is a gargantuan coaching edge.


The Trends. Edge: None.
  • Line Movement: Rams -6½ (open) to Rams -6 to Rams -6½ to Rams -7.
  • Total Movement: .
  • Weather: Dome.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Steve McNair, Drew Bennett, Rams Offense.
  • Sit Em: Both Defenses.

Prediction: Titans by 4. (Titans +7). Upset Special. Over.




Cardinals (0-2) at Seahawks (1-1). Line: Seahawks by 6. Over-Under: 41½.
Sunday, 4:05 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Seahawks by 6.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Seahawks by 6½.

The Game. Edge: Seahawks.
Injuries: Cardinals: QUESTIONABLE: OLB James Darling, CB Antrel Rolle. Seahawks: OUT: OT Pork Chop Womack, OT Wayne Hunter.

Which one of these two underachieving teams will win at Qwest Field on Sunday? Will it be the team that can't score, or the team that can't play defense? It would be fitting if both teams somehow found a way to lose this contest.

Surprise, surprise. Arizona cannot stop the run. They surrendered 5.3 yards per carry to the Giants and Rams. Shaun Alexander could have a career day against a very weak defensive front. Alexander will pummel the Cardinals to the tune of 175 yards, permitting Matt Hasselbeck to utilize play-action into a porous Cardinals secondary. Barring any mistakes, the Seahawks should be able to score at will.

One positive that the Seahawks showcased in their two games against Jacksonville and Atlanta is their ability to stop the run. They limited the two teams to just 3.4 yards per carry. Cardinals running backs Marcel Shipp and J.J. Arrington will once again struggle to gain significant yardage, forcing Kurt Warner to throw 4,546 times again. Luckily for Warner, Seattle's pass defense is atrocious; Michael Vick couldn't capitalize on it, but Byron Leftwich threw for 252 yards and two touchdowns in Week 1. Warner may throw a couple of scores late in the game for a back-door cover.

Seattle should be able to run away with this game. However, the team has an uncanny ability of building a huge lead and allowing the opposition to find its way back into the game. That's what happened when the Rams had a miraculous comeback against Seattle last year, and that's what happened last week when the Seahawks' 21-0 lead quickly became 21-18. Arizona may hang around.


The Trends. Edge: Seahawks.
  • History: Seahawks have won 4 of the last 5 meetings.
  • Betting History: Cardinals have covered the last 2 meetings.
  • Seahawks are 7-2 ATS in September home games since 2000.
  • Line Movement: Seahawks -6½ (open) to Seahawks -6 to Seahawks -6½ to Seahawks -6.
  • Total Movement: 42 (open) to 41½.
  • Weather: Sunny, 70 degrees. Light wind, 6 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Kurt Warner, Anquan Boldin, Larry Fitzgerald, Seahawks Offense.
  • Sit Em: Marcel Shipp, J.J. Arrington, Both Defenses.

Prediction: Seahawks by 4. (Cardinals +6). Over.




Cowboys (1-1) at 49ers (1-1). Line: Cowboys by 6½. Over-Under: 40½.
Sunday, 4:05 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Cowboys by 3½.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Cowboys by 6.

The Game. Edge: Cowboys.
Injuries: 49ers: OUT: TE Eric Johnson*.

Everyone wants to feel sorry for the Cowboys, opining that the 13-0 lead they blew late in the fourth quarter Monday night will have lingering effects. Instead, I feel sorry for the 49ers. Bill Parcells is undoubtedly giving his team the riot act in practice this week, and guess who Dallas will inflict its anger upon?

Memo to fantasy players who own Julius Jones: start him! The 49ers surrendered 141 rushing yards on 29 combined carries to the trio of Brian Westbrook, Lamar Gordon and Reno Mahe on Sunday -- and the Eagles aren't even proficient at running the ball. I will be shocked if Jones does not register at least 200 yards on the ground. The barrage of double digit gains by Jones will permit Drew Bledsoe to play-action into a secondary that has disgracefully yielded 704 passing yards in two games to Mark Bulger and Donovan McNabb. San Francisco's defense is awful.

Unfortunately for 49ers fans, the team's offense is even worse. Tim Rattay, who threw three interceptions against the Eagles on Sunday, is not a poor signal caller. However, he is often confronted with long-yardage situations, because the offense cannot run the ball. The Cowboys, undoubtedly fired up from a week-long Parcells beatdown, will put the clamps on Kevan Barlow. Rattay will have to throw often, meaning he will probably be feeling like a piñata once the game is complete.

Prior to Dallas' 13-point collapse in the fourth quarter, I was angling toward the 49ers, who have something to prove in the wake of their 42-3 loss to Philadelphia. But, the Cowboys lost, meaning Parcells will make sure his team is victorious in San Francisco.


The Trends. Edge: Cowboys.
  • Cowboys are 11-6 ATS as a favorite under Bill Parcells.
  • Line Movement: .
  • Total Movement: 41½ (open) to 41 to 40½.
  • Weather: Sunny, 73 degrees. Light wind, 9 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Cowboys Offense and Defense.
  • Sit Em: 49ers Offense and Defense.

Prediction: Cowboys by 24. (Cowboys -6½). Money Pick. Under.




Patriots (1-1) at Steelers (2-0). Line: Steelers by 3. Over-Under: 42.
Sunday, 4:15 ET
WALTER'S GAME OF THE WEEK.

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Patriots by 1½.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Steelers by 3.

The Game. Edge: .
Injuries: Patriots: OUT: MLB Tedy Bruschi. QUESTIONABLE: WR Andre Davis, WR Bethel Johnson, OT Brandon Gorin, DE Jarvis Green, CB Randall Gay, CB Tyrone Poole, CB Chad Scott, CB Duane Starks, P Josh Miller. Steelers: DOUBTFUL: RB Jerome Bettis. QUESTIONABLE: RB Duce Staley, CB Bryant McFadden.

It's hard to feel sorry for the Patriots after all the success they have had over the past four years. But, playing two consecutive games against teams on the road that are both thirsty for blood and out for revenge, is very harsh and unfair.

There are two reasons, besides revenge, why the Patriots lost to the Panthers last week: They couldn't run the ball, and the offensive line had trouble blocking for Tom Brady. Unfortunately for the citizens of New England, that is precisely what the Patriots will have to overcome if they want to prevent the Steelers from summoning revenge against them. The Steelers are one of the elite run-stopping teams in the NFL, thanks to the best three-man defensive line in football and four physically gifted linebackers. Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau's chaotic blitz schemes confuse opposing offensive lines, which has created 11 sacks for the Steelers this season. New England will not be able to run the ball with Corey Dillon, placing Brady in many long-yardage situations. Brady's offensive line struggled against Carolina. The unit needs to improve by Sunday afternoon, or else Brady might be carried to the infirmary.

Offensively, the Steelers have looked perfect in their first two games of the season. Too perfect. Willie Parker appears to be the next great NFL running back, while Ben Roethlisberger needs to be checked if he's really a robot. However, it must be noted that Pittsburgh's offense has feasted on the Titans and the Texans -- not exactly playoff teams. Parker will not be able to find as many running lanes against the Patriots, who surrender just 3.9 yards per carry. Roethlisberger will not shred New England's secondary. Instead, cornerbacks Asante Samuel, Randall Gay, Tyrone Poole, Eugene Wilson and Rodney Harrison will drop back into coverage, a defensive strategy that caused the Miami of Ohio alumnus a lot of grief late last season.

Pittsburgh will not be able to score at will as they have done against Tennessee and Houston. New England will not be able to put up 41 points as they did in the AFC Championship Game. This will be a close, defensive game that will be decided by a field goal.


The Trends. Edge: None.
  • Revenge Situation: Patriots beat the STEELERS in the AFC Championship in January.
  • Double Road Alert: Bill Belichick is 4-1 ATS on the road following a road loss since 2001.
  • Tom Brady is 58-15 as a starter (48-24 ATS).
  • Steelers are 3-5 ATS in September home games since 2000.
  • Line Movement: .
  • Total Movement: 41½ (open) to 42.
  • Weather: Partly cloudy, 80 degrees. Light wind, 10 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Deion Branch, Hines Ward, Both Defenses.
  • Sit Em: Tom Brady, Corey Dillon, Ben Roethlisberger, Willie Parker.

Prediction: Patriots by 3. (Patriots +3). Under.




Giants (2-0) at Chargers (0-2). Line: Chargers by 6. Over-Under: 42½.
Sunday, 8:30 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Chargers by 5½.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Chargers by 6.

The Game. Edge: Chargers.
Injuries: Giants: QUESTIONABLE: OLB Barrett Green, CB Corey Webster, S Shaun Williams, K Jay Feely. Chargers: OUT: OLB Shawne Merriman. DOUBTFUL: G Toniu Fonoti. QUESTIONABLE: DT Igor Olshansky.

The ultimate revenge for San Diego and its fans: Eli Manning, who said he didn't want to play for the Chargers on draft day, makes his first appearance in the city he spurned. The fans will be calling for his head, while the Chargers will be trying to take it off.

Manning looked solid against the Saints on Monday night. Well, he did during the second drive of the game. The former No. 1 pick completed 8-of-10 passes for 80 yards and a touchdown. After that drive? Five-of-14 for 85 yards. Not exactly first-overall numbers. Aware that the Chargers defenders will attempt to kill his quarterback, Tom Coughlin will set up running plays and screens for Tiki Barber. The latter will be successful, but San Diego has surrendered just 3.8 yards per carry to opposing runners this season. Manning will be responsible for moving the chains, and will have to do so with Quentin Jammer draped all over his favorite target, Plaxico Burress. The young signal caller will have the burden on his shoulders to lead his team to victory. That's a lot to ask for from a quarterback who has made just nine career starts. And, as we all know, Manning's name is not "Ben Roethlisberger."

The Giants made an outstanding acquisition this offseason, signing middle linebacker Antonio Pierce, who has been instrumental in New York's No. 2 ranking against the run. However, containing LaDainian Tomlinson is nearly impossible, especially when Marty Schottenheimer will make it a point to give the NFL's best running back a few receptions on Sunday. Drew Brees will come out firing against a suspect pass defense, completing passes left and right to Tomlinson, Antonio Gates, Keenan McCardell and Eric Parker. The Giants will not be able to stop the Chargers.

This almost seems to easy. Not only is San Diego superior to the Giants, the team is looking to escape from its 0-2 hole. Throw in the revenge factor and a possible post-Monday night letdown for New York, and you have a double money pick.


The Trends. Edge: Chargers.
  • Revenge Situation: Eli Manning said he did not want to play for the CHARGERS.
  • Post Monday Night Syndrome: Teams coming off a Monday night victory are 11-19 ATS the following week since 2003.
  • Line Movement: Chargers -5½ (open) to Chargers -5 to Chargers -5½ to Chargers -6.
  • Total Movement: 42½ (open) to 42 to 42½.
  • Weather: Partly Cloudy, 67 degrees. Light wind, 9 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Chargers Offense, Tiki Barber, Jeremy Shockey.
  • Sit Em: Eli Manning, Giants Defense.

Prediction: Chargers by 17. (Chargers -6). Double Money Pick. Over.




Chiefs (2-0) at Broncos (1-1). Line: Broncos by 3. Over-Under: 48.
Monday, 9:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 2 Games): Broncos by 1.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 2 Games): Pick.

The Game. Edge: Chiefs.
Injuries: Chiefs: OUT: OT John Welbourn, DT Ryan Sims, OLB Shawn Barber, CB Eric Warfield, CB Julian Battle. QUESTIONABLE: OT Willie Roaf, DE Carlos Hall. Broncos: RB Tatum Bell.

You have to give credit to the Monday Night Football scheduler. In Week 1, Atlanta battled Philadelphia in a new rivalry that had Falcons fans calling for blood. Last week, one of the NFL's storied rivalries took center stage as Washington traveled to Dallas. Now, the Chiefs and Broncos, two hated AFC West foes, confront each other at Mile High.

Despite acquiring Cleveland's entire defensive line this offseason, Mike Shanahan's squad is currently ranked eighth against the run. In fact, they limited LaDainian Tomlinson to just 52 yards on 19 carries. That said, the Broncos will not stop the two-headed monster known as Priest Holmes and Larry Johnson. They can't. No one can. Oakland, ranked 11th against opposing ground attacks, allowed the two runners to collect 116 yards on 28 carries. Kansas City's offensive line is just too powerful, and they will wear down the Broncos. Making matters worse for Denver is that the team cannot place eight men in the box. If they do, Trent Green will utilize play-action, connecting downfield to Tony Gonzalez and Eddie Kennison.

Denver's offense is obviously heavily predicated on the run. If they can churn out massive rushing yards, Jake Plummer can use his patented play-action bootlegs and throw the ball downfield to Rod Smith or Ashley Lelie. If the Broncos cannot run the football, Plummer becomes a mistake-prone, fourth-string CFL signal caller. Kansas City's much improved defense is currently ranked ninth against the run. In fact, they put the clamps on LaMont Jordan on Sunday, restricting him to just 59 yards on 15 carries. Plummer will be forced to carry the offense, which he is not equipped to do. Expect a few turnovers from Denver's offense.

The Chiefs' last victory at Mile High was a 23-22 win in 2000. It's hard to take Kansas City, given its track record in Denver's thin-air atmosphere. However, the Chiefs are a much better team than their AFC rivals, while the Broncos are coming off an emotional triumph over San Diego.


The Trends. Edge: Broncos.
  • Emotional Win Alert: Teams are 32-62 ATS after an emotional win since 2001; Broncos kicked a game-winning field goal with seconds remaining.
  • History: Home Team has won 7 of the last 8 meetings.
  • History: The last four meetings in Denver have been decided by 7 or more points.
  • Broncos are 10-6 ATS vs. AFC West opponents since 2001.
  • Broncos are 13-4 ATS at home when the line is -3 to +3 the previous 17 instances.
  • Broncos are 1-8 ATS in outdoor night games since 2000.
  • Line Movement: Broncos -2 (open) to Broncos -3.
  • Total Movement: 49½ (open) to 49 to 48.
  • Weather: Clear, 62 degrees. Light wind, 10 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Chiefs Offense and Defense.
  • Sit Em: Jake Plummer, Broncos Running Backs and Defense.

Prediction: Chiefs by 3. (Chiefs +3). Under.


My Team by Team ATS Record
This section shows how well I do when picking each team. The purpose is to see how well I read each team. Pushes are not displayed.


Cowboys: 0-2
Eagles: 1-1
Giants: 2-0
Redskins: 1-1

Bears: 2-0
Lions: 1-1
Packers: 1-1
Vikings: 1-1

Buccaneers: 0-2
Falcons: 2-0
Panthers: 1-1
Saints: 2-0

49ers: 1-1
Cardinals: 1-1
Rams: 1-1
Seahawks: 2-0

Bills: 0-2
Dolphins: 1-1
Jets: 1-1
Patriots: 1-1

Bengals: 2-0
Browns: 2-0
Ravens: 1-1
Steelers: 1-1

Colts: 2-0
Jaguars: 2-0
Texans: 0-2
Titans: 1-1

Broncos: 1-0
Chargers: 0-1
Chiefs: 2-0
Raiders: 2-0

Divisional Games: 6-4
Trend Edge: 7-4
Game Edge: 2-2
Game & Trend Edge: 0-1


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My Team-by-Team ATS Record
This section shows how well I do when picking each team this year. The purpose is to see how well I read each team. Pushes are not displayed. Winning/losing streak in parentheses.

Cowboys: 5-9
Bears: 7-7
Bucs: 8-6
49ers: 6-7
Eagles: 9-5
Lions: 5-8
Falcons: 6-8
Cardinals: 7-7
Giants: 4-10
Packers: 9-4
Panthers: 5-9
Rams: 6-8
Redskins: 8-6
Vikings: 11-3
Saints: 5-8
Seahawks: 7-7
Bills: 6-8
Bengals: 5-10
Colts: 6-7
Broncos: 7-7
Dolphins: 9-4
Browns: 7-5
Jaguars: 8-6
Chargers: 5-9
Jets: 7-7
Ravens: 6-8
Texans: 6-7
Chiefs: 8-5
Patriots: 7-7
Steelers: 7-7
Titans: 6-6
Raiders: 5-9
Divisional: 31-37 (2011-13: 141-137)
2x Game Edge: 11-16 (2011-13: 55-62)
2x Psych Edge: 23-21 (2011-13: 92-80)
2x Vegas Edge: 39-39 (2011-13: 129-142)
2x Trend Edge: 29-15 (2011-13: 72-78)
Double Edge: 13-11 (2011-13: 27-33)
Triple Edge: 0-0 (2011-13: 2-1)
Quad Edge: 0-0 (2011-13: 0-0)

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