Chiefs (9-7) at Colts (12-4). Line: Colts by 7. Over-Under: 50½.
Saturday, 4:30 ET
NBC

Walt's Projected Line: Colts -7½.

The Game. Edge: Colts.
Injuries: Chiefs: OUT: OT John Welbourn (RET), OT Kevin Sampson, OT Kyle Turley, G Brian Waters, DT John Browning (IR), LB Derrick Johnson. Colts: OUT: FB James Mungro (IR), WR Brandon Stokley (IR), TE Dallas Clark, DT Corey Simon (IR), DT Montae Reagor, S Mike Doss (IR).

Two NBC games? I hope Bryant Gumbel, Cris Collinsworth and Sterling Sharpe aren't announcing this game. As you can probably guess: Here's my weekly preview of a potential conversation on (Saturday) Night Football: Gumbel: Welcome to this great football match between Kansas and Indiana. It looks like the team that wins will be the one who scores the most goals. Collinsworth: Ha! I know more about football than you! Ha! Gumbel: It seems like the Horseshoes have the guy who throws the ball better, but I've been told that the KC Arrow Things have some guy named Leonard Johnson who is a good runner. Sterling: I'm tell you right now, Bob. The Kansas City Chiefs will not make the playoffs. Collinsworth: Wow, I'm so much more knowledgeable than anyone here, and that includes all the camera people, as well as our audience. I should change my name to the "Overlord of Football Knowledge." Gumbel: Now it looks like Kansas will kick it to the guys wearing blue, and they’ll have to do so before the shot clock expires. Sterling: I will crack your skull, Bob!

Let’s hope for our sanity’s sake that neither Gumbel, Collinsworth nor Sterling are nowhere near the booth for this game. But as Gumbel didn’t say, the Chiefs have a great runner in Larry Johnson, who should be able to trample one of the worst run defenses in the history of the NFL. Kansas City will push Indianapolis’ undersized front seven around, which could allow Johnson to rush for about 200 yards. That will alleviate some pressure off of Trent Green, who will have time in the pocket to find Tony Gonzalez and Eddie Kennison downfield. With that said, I’m a bit concerned about Green. Actually, I’m really concerned. Green hasn’t been the same since getting injured in Week 1; he has thrown nine interceptions to just seven touchdowns this year. It looks like Herman Edwards will pay the price for switching from Damon Huard to Green – If not this week, then the next.

The Chiefs are 18th versus the run, mediocre against the pass, and aren’t very good at getting to the quarterback (32 sacks). I wonder if they’ll be able to stop Indianapolis. Peyton Manning will probably be able to have his way with Kansas City’s defense. I wrote “probably” because in Manning’s six playoff losses, the Colts have averaged only 11.3 points per game. There’s no doubt that he’ll choke at some point during the postseason; it’s just a matter of when.

Even if Manning doesn’t gag, the Colts will be hard pressed to cover the touchdown. Indianapolis has only four victories of seven or more points this season.


The Vegas. Edge: Chiefs.
This new section of my predictions will how each game is being bet. In some cases, I'll attempt to explain the public perception.

  • Percentage of money on Indianapolis: 59% (About 44,000 online bets)

    The Trends. Edge: None.
    • Chiefs are 9-13 ATS on the road since 2004.
    • Peyton Manning is 3-6 ATS in the playoffs.
    • Opening Line: Colts -7.
    • Opening Total: 50.
    • Weather: Dome.

    Prediction: Colts 27, Chiefs 23. (Chiefs +7).
    Incorrect: Colts 23, Chiefs 8.




    Cowboys (9-7) at Seahawks (9-7). Line: Seahawks by 3. Over-Under: 46½.
    Saturday, 8:00 ET
    NBC

    Walt's Projected Line: Seahawks -3.

    The Game. Edge: Cowboys.
    Injuries: Cowboys: OUT: LB Greg Ellis, S Marcus Coleman (CUT), KR Tyson Thompson (IR). Seahawks: OUT: C Robbie Tobeck, DT Marcus Tubbs, S Mike Green (IR). DOUBTFUL: CB Marcus Trufant. QUESTIONABLE: WR Darrell Jackson, G Chris Gray, G Pork Chop Womack, DT Rocky Bernard, LB LeRoy Hill, KR Nate Burleson.

    If you saw highlights of the Cowboys-Lions game, you may have noticed that Mike Furrey maliciously threw the football at a star hanging on the wall, dislodging it in the process. Why did he do this? Here are some possibilities: 1) The star was giving him dirty looks all game, and calling him the next Patrick Jeffers, so naturally, Furrey got really mad. 2) Furrey is a jerk who hates stars that hang on walls. 3) The star is a jerk who hates white receivers who come out of nowhere to beat him in fantasy football.

    Was the 39-31 loss to Detroit a fluke? At first I thought it was; the Lions are a joke and had no business competing with the Cowboys. But then I thought about it; Dallas’ defense had trouble stopping the Saints, Falcons and Eagles the three weeks prior to that debacle. Any time Jon Kitna throws for 306 yards and four touchdowns, you know you’re in trouble. If Kitna can accomplish that, imagine what Matt Hasselbeck, Deion Branch and Darrell Jackson will be able to do. At least the Cowboys are still stout on the ground; they’re sixth against opposing rush attacks.

    Conversely, Seattle cannot contain the run; the team is 27th in that department. Marion Barber III and Julius Jones will have a field day, setting up play-action opportunities for Tony Romo. If the Seahawks wish to move on to the second round, they will have to put the clamps on Barber and Jones so that they’ll be able to generate enough pressure on Romo before he finds Terrell Owens, Terry Glenn and Jason Witten downfield. It helps that Seattle has produced 41 sacks this season.

    The public is pounding Seattle because of Dallas’ 39-31 loss to the Lions. While I acknowledged that the Cowboys have problems, they’re really not that bad. And remember, the Seahawks have recently lost to Arizona and San Francisco. They have their fair share of issues.


    The Vegas. Edge: Cowboys.
  • Percentage of money on Seattle: 61% (41,000)

    The Trends. Edge: Cowboys.
    • Cowboys are 5-1 ATS after a loss in 2006.
    • Opening Line: Seahawks -3.
    • Opening Total: 46.
    • Weather: Rain, 41 degrees. Mild wind, 11 mph.

    Prediction: Cowboys 13, Seahawks 10. (Cowboys +3).
    Money Pick.
    Correct: Seahawks 21, Cowboys 20.




    Jets (10-6) at Patriots (12-4). Line: Patriots by 8½. Over-Under: 37½.
    Sunday, 1:00 ET
    CBS
    Walter's Game of the Week

    Walt's Projected Line: Patriots -6.

    The Game. Edge: Patriots.
    Injuries: Jets: OUT: RB Curtis Martin (PUP). Patriots: OUT: LB Junior Seau (IR), S Rodney Harrison, S Eugene Wilson, S Mel Mitchell, P Ken Walter. QUESTIONABLE: TE Ben Watson.

    Because I was upset that Art Shell didn’t go with Andrew Walter against the Jets, I have to do this: I gave you Eric Mangini’s Long-Lost Twin, Tony Kornheiser’s Long-Lost Twin and Sterling Sharpe’s Long-Lost Twin. Now it’s time for Andrew Walter’s Long-Lost Twin.

    If I were a Jets fan, I’d find it a little discouraging that my team has only one victory against a winning squad this year. While that would happen to be the Patriots, I would argue that New England wasn’t focused against New York, who was playing in its Super Bowl. Things will be different this time around. Kevan Barlow and Leon Washington will not combine for 110 rushing yards. The Patriots are 10th versus opposing ground attacks, so Chad Pennington will have to beat New England by himself. Given that Rodney Harrison is back in the lineup, that could be a problem.

    The Jets have played really poor offenses – Minnesota, Miami and Oakland – the past three weeks, so their defense hasn’t had the chance to be exposed like it was when Buffalo scored 31 against it. Unfortunately for New York, it is going against the best playoff quarterback in the NFL. Furthermore, the Jets’ 26th-ranked run defense will ceaselessly be pummeled by Laurence Maroney and Corey Dillon.

    The Patriots are the better team, the public is going against them and they’ve had great success against the Jets over the past few years. I just wish this number were closer to seven so I could make a bigger play on New England.


    The Vegas. Edge: Patriots.
  • Percentage of money on New York: 82% (40,000)

    The Trends. Edge: Patriots.
    • History: Patriots have won 7 of the last 8 meetings.
    • Divisional Dog of Seven: Current coaches are 48-30 ATS as divisional dogs of 7+ since 2002 (Eric Mangini 1-0).
    • Strong Revenge: Bill Belichick is 3-0 ATS in divisional revenge games since 2002.
    • Patriots are 31-22 ATS at home under Bill Belichick.
    • Patriots are 14-4 ATS in December home games since 2000.
    • Patriots are 19-9 ATS vs. AFC East opponents since 2001.
    • Tom Brady is 80-24 as a starter (64-38 ATS).
    • Tom Brady is 10-1 in the playoffs (6-5 ATS).
    • Opening Line: Patriots -9½.
    • Opening Total: 39.
    • Weather: Cloudy, 49 degrees. Light wind.

    Prediction: Patriots 24, Jets 10. (Patriots -8½).
    Correct: Patriots 37, Jets 16.




    Giants (8-8) at Eagles (10-6). Line: Eagles by 7. Over-Under: 45½.
    Sunday, 4:30 ET
    FOX

    Walt's Projected Line: Eagles -7.

    The Game. Edge: Eagles.
    Injuries: Giants: OUT: WR Amani Toomer (IR), OT Luke Petitgout, LB LaVar Arrington (IR). QUESTIONABLE: TE Jeremy Shockey, G Rich Seubert. Eagles: OUT: QB Donovan McNabb (IR), DE Jevon Kearse (IR), LS Mike Bartrum.

    One of my friends was gung-ho about betting on the Giants this weekend until I talked to him. Said my friend, “There’s no way the Giants don’t cover! Both of these teams are about the same, and these two teams usually play pretty close.” So, I responded with, “But what about Eli Manning, man?” My friend instantly raised his eyebrows, stuck out his eyes in disbelief and smacked his forehead. “Oh crap! I forgot Eli sucks in the playoffs.” If you’re thinking about betting the Giants, make sure you remember that you’re going to have to count on Eli to score at least 20 points.

    My lead essentially summarizes which side I’m leaning toward. Manning only has one playoff appearance, and in that game he scored zero points and threw three interceptions. I don’t know if he’ll play as poorly in this contest, but I’m still assuming that he’ll be woeful. If you don’t agree with me, consider this: Manning was 12-of-26 for 101 yards and a touchdown against Washington. Lowly Washington. And that doesn’t even include the countless interceptions that the Redskins dropped. Tiki Barber will have to carry the Giants on his shoulders, and I just don’t see that happening. In the two meetings against the Eagles, Barber has been restricted to 126 yards on 40 carries. Plus, keep in mind that Barber just signed a multi-year contract with ESPN. I wonder where his head is.

    Excluding a victory over Chris Weinke in the Panthers, the Giants have surrendered the following amount of points since Nov. 5: 28, 30, 36, 23, 24, 26 and 38. Pathetic. The Eagles, who responsible for that 36-point outing, will likely duplicate their performance; New York will not have an answer for Jeff Garcia, Brian Westbrook, Donte’ Stallworth, Reggie Brown and L.J. Smith.

    I brought up Nov. 5 for a reason. Since that date, the only teams New York has beaten are Carolina (with Weinke) and Washington. The Giants are not up to par with any of the other teams in the playoffs – especially the Eagles.


    The Vegas. Edge: Giants.
  • Percentage of money on Philadelphia: 75% (36,000)

    The Trends. Edge: Eagles.
    • History: Giants have won 3 of the last 4 meetings.
    • Two Roads (Win): Current coaches are 73-56 ATS on the road following a road win (Tom Coughlin 6-4).
    • Eagles are 40-22 ATS vs. NFC opponents since 2001.
    • Eagles are 19-9 ATS vs. NFC East opponents since 2001.
    • Opening Line: Eagles -6.
    • Opening Total: 46½.
    • Weather: Showers, 51 degrees. Light wind.

    Prediction: Eagles 34, Giants 7. (Eagles -7).
    Double Money Pick.
    Incorrect: Eagles 23, Giants 20.


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    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: 10-5
    Eagles: 8-8
    Giants: 10-5
    Redskins: 9-6

    Bears: 9-7
    Lions: 10-6
    Packers: 11-4
    Vikings: 6-10

    Buccaneers: 6-9
    Falcons: 7-9
    Panthers: 8-6
    Saints: 8-8

    49ers: 9-7
    Cardinals: 4-12
    Rams: 7-8
    Seahawks: 9-7

    Bills: 11-5
    Dolphins: 10-5
    Jets: 10-6
    Patriots: 9-6

    Bengals: 7-8
    Browns: 8-6
    Ravens: 7-9
    Steelers: 8-8

    Colts: 8-7
    Jaguars: 9-6
    Texans: 12-4
    Titans: 9-6

    Broncos: 4-11
    Chargers: 9-7
    Chiefs: 6-10
    Raiders: 6-9

    Divisional Games: 51-44
    Game Edge: 36-50
    Psychological Edge: 25-22
    Vegas Edge: 18-12
    Trend Edge: 20-25
    Double Edge: 19-16
    Triple Edge: 0-2
    Quadruple Edge: 0-0


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    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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