4caster Frank's Weekly Picks

Last Week:
Season Total:
Redskins 30 Jets 17
In the off-season the Redskins raided the Jets roster, now the former Jets will show their former team just what they will be missing as the Redskins win easily.
Lions 28 Cardinals 17
Stinker of the Week:
After winning just 5 games combined the last 2 seasons under Marty Morhinweg, the Lions get the Steve Marriucci era started on the right note by beating up the pathetic Cardinals.
Steelers 20 Ravens 17
In a battle of mediocre teams in a mediocre division expect the Steelers to edge the Ravens who are starting rookie Kyle Boler at Quarterback.
Broncos 27 Bengals 10
Former Cardinals QB Jake Plummer has a successful first game with the Broncos by blowing out the Bengals who won just 2 games last year on the road.
Dolphins 34 Texans 13
The Dolphins have not lost an opening game since 1991, facing the 2nd year Texans at home they will have no problem extending their streak as they begin their road to the Super Bowl in Houston by beating the Texans.
Colts 27 Browns 17
The Colts get the season off to a good start by thumping the Browns on the road, as the Browns still reeling from a preseason Quarterback controversy.
Packers 34 Vikings 24
The home team usually wins this game every match up with the rededication of Lambeau Field don't expect things to change as the Packers roll.
Bills 24 Patriots 20
The revamped Bills defense gets their season off on the right foot by beating the Patriots, in what could be one of the best games of the weekend.
Panthers 20 Jaguars 3
The Panthers who have one of the best young defenses in the NFL will have no problem shutting down the Jaguars an offense in transition playing without their best receiver.
Chiefs 38 Chargers 30
Expect the sparks to fly as two of the top offensive team battle in a season opening match up between division rivals with All Pro Running Backs.
Rams  34 Giants 24
After a disappointing season last year the Rams and QB Kurt Warner begin the road to recovery with an impressive road win over the Giants.
Falcons 21 Cowboys 10
Even without star QB Michael Vick the Falcons should be able to spoil Coach Bill Parcells debut with the Cowboys, as their underrated defense beats up on the Cowboys questionable offense.
49ers 24 Bears 20
Expect QB Jeff Garcia to struggle after fighting a sore back in he preseason. However, against the Bears the 49ers will still get the win at home.
Seahawks 27 Saints 16
The Seahawks establish themselves as an early contender by impressively beating up the Saints at home, with one of the top offenses in the NFC.
Buccaneers 20 Eagles 17
Game of the Week:
In a rematch of the NFC Championship Game expect the Eagles to open Lincoln Financial Field the same way the closed the Vet by losing a heartbreaker to the Bucs.
Titans 27 Raiders 24
In a rematch of the AFC Championship Game expect the Titans to get a measure of revenge by beating the Raiders at home where they hardly lose.