Bengals (4-3) at Ravens (5-2). Line: Ravens by 3. Over-Under: 41˝.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Ravens -1˝.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Ravens -3.

The Game. Edge: None.
Injuries: Bengals: OUT: RB Chris Perry (PUP), OT Levi Jones, C Rich Braham, LB David Pollack (IR), LB Odell Thurman (SUSP), CB Rashad Bauman (IR). QUESTIONABLE: LB Brian Simmons. Ravens: OUT: G Edwin Mulitalo (IR). QUESTIONABLE: TE Todd Heap*, PR B.J. Sams.

I thought it was pretty funny that Chad Johnson came out with “Ocho Cinco” on the back of jersey. However, I think Johnson should be more considerate toward people who can’t speak Spanish. I think he should put English subtitles on his jersey next week.

Think the Bengals respect Baltimore’s defense? Based on last year’s results, I’m not sure they do. In two meetings, they scored 63 points, threw for 550 yards and gained 233 yards on the ground. I wonder if Marvin Lewis has something to do with that. Lewis will continue to attack Baltimore’s secondary, which has a few holes. There are simply too many weapons – Rudi Johnson, Ocho Cinco, T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Chris Henry – for the Ravens to cover.

Of course I said that last week about Baltimore’s defense, and they proved me wrong, beating New Orleans 35-22. But then again, it was the Ravens’ offense that really surprised me. Jamal Lewis somehow rushed for 109 yards, while Steve McNair threw only six incompletions. Cincinnati’s defense can’t seem to do anything right, so Baltimore’s unceremonious offensive surge will continue.

Both teams hate each other, but there is no denying that the Bengals need this one more than the Ravens do. If Cincinnati falls to 4-4, its playoff aspirations could be at risk.


The Psychology. Edge: Bengals.
This new section of my predictions will explore the mindset of each team, and how much the game means to both participants.

This is a very heated rivalry, but the Bengals need this game a lot more; they cannot afford to drop to 4-4. Baltimore can actually afford to lose.

The Trends. Edge: None.
  • History: Bengals have won the last 3 meetings.
  • Ravens are 10-2 ATS in November home games since 2000.
  • Ravens are 16-7 ATS in November.
  • Opening Line: Ravens -3˝.
  • Opening Total: 38˝.
  • Weather: Partly cloudy, 56 degrees. Light wind.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Carson Palmer, Chad Johnson, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Chris Henry, Jamal Lewis, Todd Heap.
  • Sit Em: Rudi Johnson.

Prediction: Bengals 23, Ravens 20. (Bengals +3).
Incorrect: Ravens 26, Bengals 20.




Packers (3-4) at Bills (2-5). Line: Bills by 3. Over-Under: 40˝.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Pick.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Packers -3.

The Game. Edge: None.
Injuries: Packers: OUT: RB Vernand Morency, WR Robert Ferguson, OT Kevin Barry (IR), LB Abdul Hodge, S Marviel Underwood (IR). DOUBTFUL: CB Charles Woodson. QUESTIONABLE: WR Greg Jennings*, LB Abdul Hodge. Bills: OUT: DT John McCargo, S Troy Vincent (CUT). QUESTIONABLE: G Tutan Reyes, DE Ryan Denney.

A few weeks ago, I was bragging about having the Packers under 6˝ wins. Oops. That proposition looks like it’s in jeopardy. Maybe I should just save myself some time and find a cozy cardboard box to live in.

To be brutally honest, I have no idea what’s going to happen in this game. None. But I do know that J.P. Losman and the Bills play much better at home than they do on the road. It wouldn’t surprise me if Losman found Lee Evans downfield on multiple occasions, considering the Packers yield 270 passing yards per contest. Buffalo will have problems running the ball, however; Green Bay is ranked eighth against that department.

Buffalo, on the other hand, has problems up front, so the Packers should be able to establish Ahman Green early and often. That will set up play-action opportunities for Brett Favre, who will have to overcome a respectable pass rush and a great secondary. It wouldn’t shock me if Favre threw at least two picks.

Before I make my prediction, I’d like to get one thing straight: The Packers aren’t good. They beat the Lions, Cardinals and Dolphins. Even though the Bills stink, they are still infinitely better than any of those squads. This seems like one of those cold, dark, gray, home games where Buffalo usually comes away with a victory.


The Psychology. Edge: Packers.
I'm not sure how they did it, but the Packers have managed to get themselves into the wild-card hunt. The Bills' only motivation to win this game is to play the role of the spoiler.

The Trends. Edge: Bills.
  • Brett Favre is 15-11 ATS as an underdog since 2002.
  • Bills are 13-6 ATS at home after Oct. 1 when favored by less than 6 points since 2002.
  • Bills are 19-7 ATS in November home games the previous 26 contests.
  • Opening Line: Bills -3.
  • Opening Total: 40.
  • Weather: Possible rain/snow showers, 49 degrees. Light wind.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Brett Favre, Donald Driver, Greg Jennings, Lee Evans, Bills Defense.
  • Sit Em: Willis McGahee.

Prediction: Bills 24, Packers 14. (Bills -3).
Correct: Bills 24, Packers 10.




Dolphins (1-6) at Bears (7-0). Line: Bears by 14. Over-Under: 37˝.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Bears -14.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Bears -16.

The Game. Edge: Bears.
Injuries: Dolphins: OUT: G Seth McKinney (IR), G Bennie Anderson (IR), CB Will Poole (IR). QUESTIONABLE: G Jeno James, LB Channing Crowder, LB Derrick Pope, CB Travis Daniels. Bears: OUT: DT Dusty Dvoracek (IR).

The Bears just beat up on the 49ers, and now they have the Dolphins. Who’s next, Temple? North Texas? Southern Alaska? Miami should just save itself the humiliation and ask the NCAA to demote them to Division 1-AA.

Do I even have to describe what Chicago’s defense is going to do to Joey Harrington? They’re going to tear him in half, not unlike the crazy porn star in “Heroes.” Seriously – there will be blood and guts everywhere. I’m not really sure how the Dolphins will move the ball, so let’s just move on.

Miami’s only hope of staying in this game is either a fix or a lack of effort from the Bears’ offense. There is hope, as the Dolphins are somehow ranked second against the run. With Thomas Jones nullified, Rex Grossman will have to carry the team on his shoulders. Grossman is playing really well this year, and Miami’s secondary is a joke, so Dolphins fans will need to pray for a fixed game.

That said, an “outside influence” isn’t entirely impossible. Everyone and their mother is on Chicago, as 98 percent of the action is leaning toward that side (as of Tuesday morning). I’m a contrarian by nature, so I have to go against it. Vegas doesn’t lose often.


The Psychology. Edge: Dolphins.
This could be a potential Look-Ahead Alert for the Bears, who play the Giants on Sunday Night Football next week.

The Trends. Edge: Bears.
  • Two Homes (Win): Lovie Smith is 3-1 ATS at home following a home win.
  • Bears are 12-4 ATS in November since 2001.
  • Opening Line: Bears -14.
  • Opening Total: 37.
  • Weather: Sunny, 57 degrees. Light wind.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Rex Grossman, Muhsin Muhammad, Bernard Berrian, Desmond Clark, Bears Defense.
  • Sit Em: Dolphins Offense and Defense, and any hope Joey Harrington has of not going to the hospital on Sunday.

Prediction: Bears 22, Dolphins 10. (Dolphins +14).
Correct: Dolphins 31, Bears 13.




Falcons (5-2) at Lions (1-6). Line: Falcons by 6. Over-Under: 47.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Falcons -8˝.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Falcons -10.

The Game. Edge: Falcons.
Injuries: Falcons: OUT: WR Brian Finneran (IR), DE John Abraham. QUESTIONABLE: G Kynan Forney, LB Edgerton Hartwell. Lions: OUT: WR Scottie Vines (PUP), G Damien Woody, DT Shaun Rogers (SUSP), DT Shaun Cody, LB Teddy Lehman (PUP), S Idrees Bashir. QUESTIONABLE: DE James Hall.

Michael Vick magically transforms himself into a great pocket passer, and his only explanation was that the Falcons tweaked the offense? I thought he was going to say something like, “I was wandering through a Persian tomb when I found a magic lamp. A genie popped out of it, and I asked him for Matt Schaub’s passing skills. I also asked him for the plot of the ‘Nine’ to actually go somewhere, but he said that he doesn’t perform miracles.”

Unless you have selective amnesia, you remember the last time the Falcons and Lions clashed at Ford Field. Yeah – it was that Thanksgiving debacle, where Atlanta easily won, 27-7. Detroit was pitiful, as it could neither move the chains nor stop Vick. Given Vick’s improvement, the Lions will have severe problems containing him. And not just him – they’ll need to figure out how to put the clamps on Warrick Dunn as well. Good luck with all that.

The difference between the 2005 and the 2006 Lions is their ability to score; since Week 3, Mike Martz’s system has actually produced 23.2 points per game, which is much better than last year’s average of 15.9. Atlanta is mediocre against the run, but its Achilles’ heel is its inability to stop aerial attacks. Thanks to just 17 sacks this season, the Falcons have surrendered 235 passing yards per contest. It won’t be pretty, but Jon Kitna should be able to score enough points to keep up with Atlanta’s high-octane offense.

Why are the Falcons only favored by 5˝? This is almost as odd as the Jets being underdogs to Cleveland last week. And we all know how that turned out.


The Psychology. Edge: Lions.
I'm not sure how focused the Falcons will be for this contest; they are coming off monstrous back-to-back wins against the Steelers and Bengals. Do you think they're going to bring their A-Game to Detroit?

The Trends. Edge: Falcons.
  • Two Roads (Win): Current head coaches are 64-48 ATS on the road following a road win.
  • Opening Line: Falcons -6.
  • Opening Total: 43.
  • Weather: Dome.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Michael Vick, Warrick Dunn, Alge Crumpler, Jon Kitna, Roy Williams.
  • Sit Em: Both Defenses.

Prediction: Falcons 24, Lions 20. (Lions +6).
Money Pick.
Correct: Lions 30, Falcons 14.




Titans (2-5) at Jaguars (4-3). Line: Jaguars by 9. Over-Under: 37˝.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Jaguars -10.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Jaguars -10.

The Game. Edge: Jaguars.
Injuries: Titans: OUT: TE Erron Kinney, G Zach Piller, DE Antwan Odom, DT Albert Haynesworth (SUSP), DT Rien Long (IR). QUESTIONABLE: WR David Givens, G Benji Olson, DT Randy Starks, LB David Thornton, CB Pac Man Jones (SUSP). Jaguars: OUT: RB Greg Jones (IR), DE Reggie Hayward (IR), DT Marcus Stroud, LB Mike Peterson (IR), CB Terry Cousin. QUESTIONABLE: QB Byron Leftwich.

I’d like to give kudos to the Jaguars, who were the only intelligent team that played at the Linc on Sunday. Unlike the Eagles, Jacksonville didn’t call twice as many passes as opposed to run plays amid strong, 30-mph winds. The Jaguars actually kept things on the ground. What a concept.

There’s no reason for Jacksonville to change its game plan, so expect heavy doses of Fred Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew, who should be able to trample Tennessee’s pathetic 30th-ranked run defense. Byron Leftwich is questionable again, which is a good thing, given that David Garrard is the superior signal caller. With Garrard at the helm, the Titans will need to worry about his scrambling ability, as well as his arm. Tennessee’s beleaguered secondary does not have the talent to stick with Jacksonville’s tall receivers.

The Titans were able to compete with the Colts, Redskins and Texans the past four weeks because they were able to run the ball with Travis Henry, Lendale “McDonalds” White and Vince Young. However, if you take a closer look at those three opponents, you’ll notice that each is ranked 20th or worse versus opposing ground attacks. Jacksonville, meanwhile, is 10th. I have a feeling Young will be forced into a plethora of long-yardage situations, where he’ll struggle against a respectable pass rush and a sound secondary. Despite all of Tennessee’s success the past month, Young has only thrown 30-of-61 for 311 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

The Jaguars should be able to continue their dominance at Alltel Stadium, where they’ve won by a combined score of 74-17.


The Psychology. Edge: None.
The Jaguars had a season-saving victory at Philadelphia last week, but they need to keep collecting wins, as they are only 4-3. Meanwhile, this is a huge rivalry game for Tennessee.

The Trends. Edge: Jaguars.
  • History: Jaguars have won 3 of the last 4 meetings.
  • Divisional Dog of Seven: Current coaches are 38-23 ATS as divisional dogs of 7+ since 2002 (Jeff Fisher 1-3).
  • Jaguars are 7-4 ATS in November home games since 2000.
  • Opening Line: Jaguars -9˝.
  • Opening Total: 37.
  • Weather: Partly cloudy, 73 degrees. Mild wind, 12 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Fred Taylor, Reggie Williams, Jaguars Defense.
  • Sit Em: Travis Henry, LenDale "Taco Bell" White, Titans Defense.

Prediction: Jaguars 34, Titans 17. (Jaguars -9).
Survivor Pool Pick (8-0).
Correct: Jaguars 37, Titans 7.




Texans (2-5) at Giants (5-2). Line: Giants by 13˝. Over-Under: 43.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Giants -13.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Giants -14.

The Game. Edge: Giants.
Injuries: Texans: OUT: RB Domanick Davis (IR), OT Charles Spencer (IR), LB Kailee Wong (PUP), CB DeMarcus Faggins, KR Jerome Mathis (PUP). QUESTIONABLE: OT Ephraim Salaam. Giants: OUT: LB LaVar Arrington (IR). DOUBTFUL: WR Sinorice Moss, DE Justin Tuck. QUESTIONABLE: WR David Tyree, DE Osi Umenyiora, LB Brandon Short, CB Sam Madison.

You know your football team is in disarray when the fans are calling for Sage Rosenfels to be the starting quarterback. What, Jeff George and Ryan Leaf aren’t available? And then there’s the running back position, where Wali Lundy, Ron Dayne and Samkon Gado are battling for the starting gig. It doesn’t matter who wins that job; everyone in Houston loses no matter what.

I guess it doesn’t matter who the running back is; the Giants are seventh against ground attacks, meaning David Carr will have to take matters into his own hands more often than not. Prior to his horrific performance at Tennessee – one interception, two fumbles and numerous sacks – Carr was playing exceptionally well. I think he has a shot to revert back to early-season form against one of the worst secondaries in the NFL. I said “a shot” because the Texans’ offensive line needs to figure out how to block Osi Umenyiora and Michael Strahan. I don’t see that happening.

I’m going to take a guess and predict that the Giants won’t have as much trouble throwing the ball against Houston as they did in the gale that blew through the Meadowlands on Sunday. The Texans lack the ability to stop the run (25th in the NFL) and put pressure on opposing signal callers (12 sacks), so it could be a long day for their defense.

Much like many of the other huge home favorites today, New York will have to overcome a potential flat spot. Coming off four consecutive victories, the Giants play Chicago and Jacksonville the following two weeks. Plus, as of Tuesday morning, they are getting 91 percent of the action in Vegas. That doesn’t bode well against a feisty Texans squad.


The Psychology. Edge: Texans.
This is the epitome of a Breather Alert, as the Giants play the Bears and Jaguars after this "meaningless contest." Coming off four consecutive victories, the Giants could be a bit flat against Houston.

The Trends. Edge: Texans.
  • Two Roads (Loss): Current head coaches are 70-51 ATS on the road following a road loss.
  • Two Homes (Win): Tom Coughlin is 7-4 ATS at home following a home win.
  • Giants are 6-11 ATS as favorites of 6˝ or more the previous 16 instances.
  • Opening Line: Giants -14.
  • Opening Total: 43˝.
  • Weather: Partly cloudy, 54 degrees. Light wind.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: David Carr, Andre Johnson, Giants Offense.
  • Sit Em: Texans Running Backs and Defense.

Prediction: Giants 27, Texans 21. (Texans +13˝).
Money Pick.
Correct: Giants 14, Texans 10.




Chiefs (4-3) at Rams (4-3). Line: Rams by 2˝. Over-Under: 48.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Rams -3.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Rams -3.

The Game. Edge: None.
Injuries: Chiefs: OUT: QB Trent Green, OT John Welbourn (RET), DT John Browning (IR). QUESTIONABLE: OT Kevin Sampson, CB Benny Sapp. Rams: OUT: G Claude Terrell (IR), C Andy McCollum* (IR). QUESTIONABLE: LB Pisa Tinoisamoa.

Is it too early to begin my Damon Huard for MVP campaign? You know, everyone is declaring that the Dolphins made a huge mistake by acquiring Daunte Culpepper instead of Drew Brees. That was an error, but what about when they named Jay Fiedler the starter over Huard in 2000? Nice move, Dave Wannstedt.

Huard somehow threw for 312 yards against the Seahawks. Can he have a similar performance at St. Louis? Why not? The Rams, who have just 14 sacks this year, are surrendering 216 passing yards per contest. Even worse is the fact that their defense is ranked 31st against the run. To be frank, the Chiefs can basically show up drunk and throw points up on the board.

Kansas City’s defense is slightly superior to St. Louis’ – 18th versus ground attacks, 15 sacks, 182 passing yards – but the Rams’ scoring unit is a bit better than the Chiefs’, especially on their home turf. Steven Jackson will eclipse the 125-yard plateau, sucking an eighth Kansas City defender into the box. Marc Bulger will then easily locate his great receivers downfield.

Given that this is an evenly matched contest, the team that covers will be the one that needs to win more. The Chiefs, who are a different squad on the road, are coming off back-to-back wins, while the Rams have to stop a two-game losing streak. Thus, I’m going with the host.


The Psychology. Edge: Rams.
Two teams going in opposite directions. The Chiefs have won two in a row, and know that they probably don't need a win in this spot, given that they play Miami and Oakland the next two weeks. Meanwhile, the Rams are coming off back-to-back losses, and need a win in the worst way possible.

The Trends. Edge: None.
  • Chiefs are 7-11 ATS on the road since 2004.
  • Opening Line: Rams -3.
  • Opening Total: 46.
  • Weather: Dome.

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

Prediction: Rams 31, Chiefs 24. (Rams -3).
Incorrect: Chiefs 31, Rams 17.




Saints (5-2) at Buccaneers (2-5). Line: Saints by 1˝. Over-Under: 38˝.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Saints -2˝.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Saints -3.

The Game. Edge: Saints.
Injuries: Saints: OUT: FB Mike Karney, TE Ernie Conwell, G Jermaine Mayberry (IR), LB Tommy Polley (IR), LB James Allen (IR), P Mitch Berger (IR). QUESTIONABLE: RB Reggie Bush*, WR Joe Horn*, OT Jammal Brown, CB Fred Thomas. Buccaneers: OUT: QB Chris Simms, DT Anthony McFarland (TRADE). QUESTIONABLE: DE Simeon Rice, DT Ellis Wyms, LB Shelton Quarles.

Since I can’t think of a lead for this game, I want to talk about “Heroes” for a second. I love the show. The only thing that bothers me is its catchphrase, “Save the cheerleader. Save the world.” I’m actually kind of embarrassed to be obsessed with a show that has a weird slogan like that. Why does it have to be a cheerleader? Can’t they save a bartender? What about a dentist? I’d even settle for a homeless bum. “Save the homeless bum. Save the world.” I have to pitch that to NBC immediately.

Speaking of bums, the Saints committed five turnovers last week, sparking their 35-22 loss to the Ravens. I find it interesting that they didn’t have any turnovers against Tampa Bay on Oct. 8, yet they needed a Reggie Bush punt return to win the game. Deuce McAllister eclipsed the 100-yard barrier in that contest, but the Buccaneers have gotten better against ground attacks, completely putting the clamps on Tiki Barber and Rudi Johnson recently. If they can limit McAllister’s yardage, Tampa Bay might be able to force more punts than it did in the first meeting (eight).

Bruce Gradkowski had his best performance against New Orleans, and it’s not hard to see why. The Saints’ stop unit is a joke, as evidenced by Baltimore’s breakout performance last week. Gradkowski threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns, while Cadillac Williams compiled 111 yards on the ground. Expect more of the same; Jon Gruden is very familiar with New Orleans’ pathetic defense.

With the public salivating all over the Saints – 96 percent of the money is on them (as of Tuesday afternoon) – I’m going with the home dog. Besides, shouldn’t New Orleans be favored by three or four points? This seems like a sucker bet to me.


The Psychology. Edge: None.
I'm not sure what to expect out of New Orleans here; on one hand, they were just blown out at home. On the other, they have Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Atlanta after this week. I'm not sure if they'll be focused or not.

The Trends. Edge: None.
  • History: Road Team has won 6 of the last 9 meetings.
  • Saints are 31-20 ATS on the road since 2000.
  • Buccaneers are 12-2 ATS as a home underdog since 1996.
  • Opening Line: Saints -1˝.
  • Opening Total: 38˝.
  • Weather: Sunny, 81 degrees. Mild wind: 11 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Drew Brees, Reggie Bush, Joe Horn, Marques Colston, Cadillac Williams.
  • Sit Em: Both Defenses.

Prediction: Buccaneers 20, Saints 17. (Buccaneers +1˝).
Money Pick.
Incorrect: Saints 31, Buccaneers 14.




Cowboys (4-3) at Redskins (2-5). Line: Cowboys by 3. Over-Under: 41.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Cowboys -4˝.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Cowboys -6˝.

The Game. Edge: Cowboys.
Injuries: Cowboys: OUT: S Marcus Coleman (CUT), KR Tyson Thompson (IR). Redskins: OUT: WR Santana Moss*.

It’s hard for me to say this about any team that just beat Carolina by more than 20 points, but the Cowboys are done. Bill Parcells was kissing his players on the sideline after the end of the game. Actually, the whole world is done. It’s clear that the Apocalypse is coming. Stock up on canned goods and toilet paper.

As odd as it looked, it’s pretty easy to figure out why Parcells turned into the Kissing Bandit. Tony Romo threw for 270 yards and a touchdown against one of the toughest defenses in the NFL. If he was able to do that at Carolina, imagine what he’ll accomplish in Washington, where the Redskins have been floundering around. They are 20th against the run, they’ve surrendered only 10 sacks, and they’re yielding 239 passing yards per contest. Romo should have a field day against Greg Williams’ disappointing defense.

Mark Brunell, Clinton Portis and Santana Moss have all missed time in practice because of injuries, so who knows how well they’ll play on Sunday? Dallas is third against the run, and just as stingy versus aerial attacks, so I’m not really sure how the Redskins will muster enough offense to beat their archrival.

The Cowboys clearly have the better team, but it looks like Romo and Parcells are playing with house money, based on the way the latter acted after his 35-14 victory over the Panthers. If the Redskins don’t win this game, their season is over, so I think they’ll find a way to keep it close. Besides, 93 percent of the public is on the road favorite (as of Tuesday evening).


The Psychology. Edge: Redskins.
The Cowboys are feeling great about themselves -- Bill Parcells even kissed one of his own players! That's ridiculous. Washington, meanwhile, is in the ICU. One more loss will spell the end for Joe Gibbs' squad.

The Trends. Edge: Cowboys.
  • History: Cowboys have won 5 of the last 7 meetings.
  • Two Roads (Win): Current head coaches are 64-48 ATS on the road following a road win (Bill Parcells 1-3).
  • Weak Arm: Tony Romo is 1-0 ATS on the road.
  • Cowboys are 16-8 ATS as a favorite under Bill Parcells.
  • Opening Line: Cowboys -3.
  • Opening Total: 43.
  • Weather: Partly cloudy, 54 degrees. Light wind.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Tony Romo, Julius Jones, Terrell Owens, Jason Witten, Cowboys Defense.
  • Sit Em: Santana Moss, Redskins Defense.

Prediction: Cowboys 17, Redskins 16. (Redskins +3).
Money Pick.
Correct: Redskins 22, Cowboys 19.




Vikings (4-3) at 49ers (2-5). Line: Vikings by 5˝. Over-Under: 42˝.
Sunday, 4:05 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Vikings -6˝.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Vikings -5.

The Game. Edge: .
Injuries: Vikings: OUT: DE Erasmus James (IR), LB Chad Greenway (IR), S Tank Williams (IR). QUESTIONABLE: WR Marcus Robinson, C Matt Birk, DT Kevin Williams, DT Pat Williams, LB Napoleon Harris. 49ers: OUT: C Jeremy Newberry (IR). DOUBTFUL: TE Vernon Davis*.

Mike Nolan is pretty fortunate he kicked a field goal instead of going for it on a fourth-and-goal, down 41-0 in the fourth quarter at Chicago. Instead of 14 points, the 49ers scored 10, losing to the Bears by 31. Well, the 49ers are flawless after losing by 30 or more. Nolan knew this, which is why he eschewed the touchdown. Mike Nolan is a genius.

The Vikings are great against the run, but the Patriots were able to expose their pass defense as a fraud. The 49ers don’t have the tools to blow Minnesota out, but I think they can score on Minnesota. Alex Smith has played well at home, throwing for 905 yards and seven touchdowns in four games this season at Monster Park. Smith should be able to spread Antonio Bryant, Arnaz Battle and Eric Johnson out, and utilize all of his targets in an effort to construct long, methodical scoring drives.

Minnesota will attempt to counter San Francisco’s aerial attack by pounding the ball with Chester Taylor. That should be able to work, given the 49ers are 27th against the run. Brad Johnson will consequently utilize play-action, completing safe passes to his receivers. Brad Childress will make sure his team limits its turnovers following that Monday night debacle.

This may surprise you, but teams have fared poorly coming off a blowout loss on Monday Night Football. Just check the stat below. The 49ers play well at home, and I think they could pull the upset.


The Psychology. Edge: None.
The Vikings will attempt to bounce back from a blowout loss on Monday Night Football, although teams historically haven't done well in that situation (see stat below). The 49ers were also beaten to a pulp in Week 8.

The Trends. Edge: 49ers.
  • Post-Monday Night Misery: All teams are 9-21 ATS after a 17+ loss on MNF since 1999.
  • 49ers are 4-0 ATS after losing by 30+ under Mike Nolan.
  • Opening Line: Vikings -5˝.
  • Opening Total: 41.
  • Weather: Cloudy, 63 degrees. Light wind.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Chester Taylor, Jermaine Wiggins, Alex Smith, Antonio Bryant.
  • Sit Em: Vikings Defense.

Prediction: 49ers 31, Vikings 24. (49ers +5˝).
Double Money Pick.
Correct: 49ers 9, Vikings 3.




Broncos (5-2) at Steelers (2-5). Line: Steelers by 2˝. Over-Under: 37.
Sunday, 4:15 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Pick.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Pick.

The Game. Edge: None.
Injuries: Broncos: OUT: OT Matt Lepsis (IR), DE Courtney Brown (IR). Steelers: OUT: C Jeff Hartings, LB James Harrison, S Mike Logan, KR Willie Reid. QUESTIONABLE: NT Casey Hampton.

Did anyone watch NBC’s brutal highlights show – which would pale in comparison to “NFL Primetime,” if “NFL Primetime” didn’t, you know, suck now – and hear Sterling Sharpe smugly comment that Charlie Batch is the future of the Steelers’ organization? Sterling, either put down the pipe and snap back into reality, or share whatever you’re smoking with the rest of us.

If the Steelers go down, it’ll be with Ben Roethlisberger, and I’m not sure if their season will officially be over this Sunday. Pittsburgh has one of the elite defensive front sevens in the NFL, and it’ll once again do a masterful job at shutting down Denver’s rushing attack; Tatum Bell and Mike Anderson combined for just 67 yards in the AFC Championship Game last year. With his ground attack nullified, Jake Plummer will resort to heaving ugly passes to the other team. It’ll look like he’s throwing the game, but don’t be fooled – that’s Jake Plummer being Jake Plummer.

Roethlisberger looked terrible at Oakland because he shouldn’t have played. I was shocked Bill Cowher kept him in the entire game, when it was clear that he wasn’t in the right frame of mind. Now two weeks removed from his concussion, Roethlisberger should be able to move the chains against the Broncos, who were just victimized by Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne. Pittsburgh will have problems running the ball, however, as the Broncos are ranked 11th in that department.

As much as Denver wants revenge for losing the AFC Championship, Pittsburgh’s season is on the line. If the Steelers lose this Sunday, it’s over for them.


The Psychology. Edge: Steelers.
Much like the Redskins, the Steelers are clinging on to dear life. One more defeat, and it's time to start preparing for April's draft. Unfortunately, the Broncos are also coming off a loss, and have revenge on their minds after Pittsburgh knocked them out of the playoffs last year.

The Trends. Edge: None.
  • Steelers are 4-7 ATS in November home games since 2000.
  • Ben Roethlisberger is 28-8 as a starter (23-13 ATS).
  • Broncos are 26-36 ATS vs. opponents coming off a loss under Mike Shanahan.
  • Opening Line: Steelers -1.
  • Opening Total: 36.
  • Weather: Partly cloudy, 54 degrees. Light wind.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Javon Walker, Hines Ward, Heath Miller.
  • Sit Em: Willie Parker, Jake Plummer, Mike Bell, Tatum Bell, Alexander Graham Bell.

Prediction: Steelers 17, Broncos 13. (Steelers -2˝).
Incorrect: Broncos 31, Steelers 20.




Browns (2-5) at Chargers (5-2). Line: Chargers by 13. Over-Under: 41˝.
Sunday, 4:15 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Chargers -14.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Chargers -14.

The Game. Edge: Chargers.
Injuries: Browns: OUT: C LeCharles Bentley (IR), C Alonzo Ephraim, CB Gary Baxter. QUESTIONABLE: WR Dennis Northcutt, TE Kellen Winslow Jr.*, OT Ryan Tucker, G Joe Andruzzi, DE Orpheus Roye, LB Willie McGinest, CB Leigh Bodden, CB Daven Holly, S Justin Hamilton. Chargers: OUT: OT Roman Oben (PUP), LB Steve Foley, KR Darren Sproles (IR). QUESTIONABLE: DE Igor Olshansky, LB Shaun Phillips.

Let me get this straight: All the Browns needed to do for a win was fire their offensive coordinator? I’m not sure why that worked, but they should keep firing coaches every single week. They’ll be 11-5 in no time.

Unfortunately, Cleveland did not release a coach this week, so I’m not sure if its offensive surge can continue against one of the elite stop units in the NFL. The Browns were able to beat the Jets with Reuben Droughns’ 125 rushing yards. That could work against the Chargers, who are 18th against the run. However, when Charlie Frye will be forced into obvious throwing situations, expect San Diego’s hectic pass rush (26 sacks) to pummel his body into the grass a few times.

One of the other reasons Cleveland was successful against New York was its ability to shut down the run. Yeah, good luck with that this week. LaDainian Tomlinson will rumble through the league’s 29th ranked ground defense, setting up play-action opportunities for Philip Rivers.

If the Chargers are focused for this matchup, they’ll easily be able to name the score. However, there are two factors that are forcing me to side with Cleveland. San Diego travels to Cincinnati and Denver after this contest, so the team will probably leave its A-game at home. Furthermore, as of Tuesday afternoon, 83 percent of the money is on San Diego. I’ll continue to monitor this as the week progresses.


The Psychology. Edge: Browns.
Another big favorite, another Look-Ahead Alert. San Diego travels to Cincinnati and Denver after this "easy game." The Browns, meanwhile, seem motivated after their offensive coordinator was fired.

The Trends. Edge: Chargers.
  • Weak Arm: Charlie Frye is 3-1 ATS on the road.
  • Chargers are 8-2 ATS in November home games since 2001.
  • Opening Line: Chargers -14.
  • Opening Total: 40.
  • Weather: Sunny, 79 degrees. Light wind.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Reuben Droughns, Philip Rivers, LaDainian Tomlinson, Antonio Gates, Chargers Defense.
  • Sit Em: Charlie Frye, Browns Defense.

Prediction: Chargers 24, Browns 17. (Browns +13).
Money Pick.
Correct: Chargers 32, Browns 25.




Colts (7-0) at Patriots (6-1). Line: Patriots by 3. Over-Under: 49.
Sunday, 8:15 ET
Walter's Game of the Week

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Colts -3.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Pick.

The Game. Edge: None.
Injuries: Colts: OUT: FB James Mungro (IR), DT Corey Simon (IR), DT Montae Reagor, S Mike Doss (IR). QUESTIONABLE*: S Bob Sanders. Patriots: OUT: S Mel Mitchell. QUESTIONABLE*: S Eugene Wilson.

Have you even seen “Groundhog Day,” starring Bill Murray, where his character (Phil Connors) relives the same exact day for 10 years? Well, I feel like I’m Phil Connors. Every year, the Colts start 7-0. Every year, everyone says that they are invincible, and they’re a lock to win the Super Bowl. Every year, I say that they’re not, which sparks hundreds of Colts fans to send me hate mail. Every year, the Colts are heavy favorites in the playoffs. And every year, the Colts choke. I can’t believe that less than 1 percent of football fans in America realize this.

But that doesn’t mean Indianapolis won’t win this game. Remember, the team chokes in the playoffs – not in any regular-season contests. When these two squads clashed last year, the Colts won, 40-21, thanks to Peyton Manning’s 321 yards and three touchdowns. He’ll be able to enjoy similar success against New England’s defense, even without Edgerrin James. Joseph Addai has been improving every week – he’s averaging 5.1 yards per carry – so he’ll be enough of a distraction to keep the Patriots honest against the run. Besides, if Manning can torch the Broncos, he should be able to put up points against Bill Belichick.

This figures to be another exciting shootout because New England will also throw a plethora of points up on the scoreboard. Unlike Monday night’s victory, where the Patriots attacked the Vikings through the air, they’ll keep things on the ground, given Indianapolis’ inability at stopping the run. Laurence Maroney and Corey Dillon will combine for more than 200 rushing yards, setting up play-action opportunities for Tom Brady, who has a history of dissecting the Colts’ soft defense.

New England’s blowout victory over Minnesota has made the public jump all over them, which is why it is a three-point favorite. If the Patriots win, it’ll probably be by three points, so I’m forced to take the underdog. For anyone who thinks Manning can’t beat New England: You’re right – as long as it’s in the playoffs. Manning has already beaten Brady in the regular season, so he knows he can get the job done.


The Psychology. Edge: None.
Expect an all-out war between two fierce rivals on Sunday night. No psychological edge here.

The Trends. Edge: Patriots.
  • Emotional Win Alert: Teams are 54-79 ATS after an emotional win since 2001; COLTS kicked a GW FG with 2 seconds left.
  • Post-Monday Night Magic: All teams are 24-12 ATS after a 17+ win on MNF since 1999.
  • Two Roads (Win): Current head coaches are 64-48 ATS on the road following a road win (Tony Dungy 4-1).
  • Colts are 21-11 ATS on the road under Tony Dungy.
  • Patriots are 30-18 ATS at home under Bill Belichick.
  • Patriots are 11-6 ATS in November since 2001.
  • Tom Brady is 74-21 as a starter (60-33 ATS).
  • Opening Line: Patriots -2.
  • Opening Total: 48.
  • Weather: Clear, 34 degrees. Light wind.

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

Prediction: Colts 27, Patriots 24. (Colts +3).
Correct: Colts 27, Patriots 20.




Raiders (2-5) at Seahawks (4-3). Line: Seahawks by 7. Over-Under: 37.
Monday, 8:30 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 8 Games): Seahawks -11.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 8 Games): Seahawks -9.

The Game. Edge: Seahawks.
Injuries: Raiders: OUT: QB Aaron Brooks, LB Grant Irons. QUESTIONABLE: RB LaMont Jordan, G Barry Sims, S Michael Huff. Seahawks: OUT: QB Matt Hasselbeck. RB Shaun Alexander*, S Mike Green (IR). DOUBTFUL: DT Marcus Tubbs, LB D.D. Lewis. QUESTIONABLE: WR Bobby Engram, OT Sean Locklear, C Chris Spencer.

How and why are the Raiders winning? This is an outrage. My only explanation is that Al Davis offered everyone on the Steelers’ roster $10 million to throw the game. That, or Davis threatened to suck Bill Cowher’s blood if he didn’t stick with an obviously discombobulated Ben Roethlisberger. I guess Cowher forgot his garlic and wooden stake.

Did anyone watch ESPN’s fake NFL Primetime on Monday night, where both Merril Hoge and Sean Salsbury agreed that the Raiders have a playoff-caliber defense? I guess they forgot that Oakland surrendered 34 to San Francisco, 24 to Cleveland, 28 to Baltimore and 27 to Philip Rivers, who was making the first start of his career. The Raiders could feel that they lucked out, given that Matt Hasselbeck and Shaun Alexander are out for this game. However, Seneca Wallace played pretty well at Arrowhead, throwing for 198 yards and three touchdowns. I think Seattle will be able to move the chains against a stop unit that can neither apply pressure to the quarterback nor stop the pass.

Andrew Walter at Qwest Field? Forget about it. Following their embarrassing performance at Kansas City, I expect the Seahawks to completely shut the Raiders down. Walter threw for 51 yards and an interception at home last week, so imagine all of the mistakes he’ll make in front of one of the loudest crowds in the NFL.

The Seahawks cannot afford to fall to 4-4. Plus, they’ve always dominated the Raiders at home when they were in the AFC West. I expect that to continue.

Monday Morning Update: With heavy rain predicted, I'm decreasing the total number of points in this game. I still like the Seahawks, however.


The Psychology. Edge: Seahawks.
The Seahawks have the Rams next week, but the fact that they lost to the Chiefs could have them focused for this matchup. Plus, Oakland's win over Pittsburgh could have Seattle believing that the Raiders are a legitimate NFL team.

The Trends. Edge: Seahawks.
  • Weak Arm: Andrew Walter is 1-1 ATS on the road.
  • Opening Line: Seahawks -7˝.
  • Opening Total: 38˝.
  • Weather: Heavy Rain, 55 degrees. Mild wind: 15 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Deion Branch, Darrell Jackson, Seahawks Defense.
  • Sit Em: Shaun Alexander, Maurice Morris, Raiders Offense and Defense, Al Davis' Blood Bank.

Prediction: Seahawks 24, Raiders 10. (Seahawks -7).
Correct: Seahawks 16, Raiders 0.


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: 6-1
Eagles: 6-2
Giants: 5-2
Redskins: 4-3

Bears: 4-3
Lions: 6-1
Packers: 5-1
Vikings: 4-3

Buccaneers: 2-5
Falcons: 3-4
Panthers: 3-3
Saints: 3-4

49ers: 5-2
Cardinals: 2-6
Rams: 4-2
Seahawks: 4-3

Bills: 3-4
Dolphins: 4-2
Jets: 6-2
Patriots: 3-3

Bengals: 4-2
Browns: 2-3
Ravens: 3-4
Steelers: 3-4

Colts: 1-5
Jaguars: 3-3
Texans: 6-1
Titans: 4-2

Broncos: 1-5
Chargers: 4-3
Chiefs: 3-4
Raiders: 2-4

Divisional Games: 21-19
Trend Edge: 13-15
Game Edge: 21-24
Psychological Edge: 7-8
Double Edge: 8-9
Triple Edge: 0-2


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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: 2-5
Bears: 3-4
Bucs: 4-2
49ers: 3-3
Eagles: 3-3
Lions: 2-4
Falcons: 3-4
Cardinals: 2-4
Giants: 2-5
Packers: 4-2
Panthers: 2-5
Rams: 3-3
Redskins: 4-3
Vikings: 5-2
Saints: 2-3
Seahawks: 3-3
Bills: 3-4
Bengals: 2-4
Colts: 4-3
Broncos: 4-2
Dolphins: 5-0
Browns: 3-1
Jaguars: 3-4
Chargers: 2-5
Jets: 4-3
Ravens: 2-4
Texans: 5-2
Chiefs: 4-1
Patriots: 4-3
Steelers: 3-4
Titans: 4-2
Raiders: 3-3
Divisional: 12-14 (2011-13: 141-137)
2x Game Edge: 7-6 (2011-13: 55-62)
2x Psych Edge: 6-12 (2011-13: 92-80)
2x Vegas Edge: 14-14 (2011-13: 129-142)
2x Trend Edge: 12-8 (2011-13: 72-78)
Double Edge: 3-5 (2011-13: 27-33)
Triple Edge: 0-0 (2011-13: 2-1)
Quad Edge: 0-0 (2011-13: 0-0)

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