With only 13 games on the week 8 schedule and 6 teams on a bye, there wasn’t a whole lot of room for discrepancy this week with our picks. Justin, like Gus Bradley challenged his team after last night’s loss, has some soul searching to do, just to get back to .500 on the year. Will Matt continue to creep closer to Dan ever so slowly? Not to sound like a broken record, but will Dan be able to keep up this pace and continue his dominance? Take a look at our week 8 picks below.
|Jacksonville at Tennessee||Tennessee||Tennessee||Tennessee|
|Washington at Cincinnati||Cincinnati||Cincinnati||Cincinnati|
|Detroit at Houston||Houston||Detroit||Detroit|
|Kansas City at Indianapolis||Kansas City||Kansas City||Indianapolis|
|New England at Buffalo||New England||New England||New England|
|Arizona at Carolina||Arizona||Arizona||Arizona|
|Seattle at New Orleans||New Orleans||Seattle||Seattle|
|N.Y. Jets at Cleveland||Cleveland||N.Y. Jets||N.Y. Jets|
|Oakland at Tampa Bay||Tampa Bay||Oakland||Oakland|
|San Diego at Denver||Denver||Denver||Denver|
|Philadelphia at Dallas||Philadelphia||Dallas||Dallas|
|Green Bay at Atlanta||Green Bay||Atlanta||Atlanta|
|Minnesota at Chicago||Minnesota||Minnesota||Minnesota|
Justin, yet again, went in his own direction some with his week 8 picks. He was the only Sports Guy to select New Orleans, Cleveland, Tampa Bay, Philadelphia, and Green Bay as winners this week. Can he win all 5 of these games and gain some ground on Matt and Dan? Or, what’s more likely, is that he will win one, or even none, of these games and continue his downward spiral into the black hole of NFL picks.
Matt didn’t have any solo picks this week, and other than one game, he and Dan were mirror images of each other.
Dan, went solo in the Indianapolis/Kansas City game by picking the Colts to win, but other than that, like I previously mentioned, he and Matt were exactly alike in their picks for this week (for my sake, I hope they are wrong).
All three of us Sports Guys did team up and join forces with our picks of Tennessee, Cincinnati, New England, Arizona, Denver, and Minnesota. Will we do better than we did last week in games in which we all agreed?