Pittsburgh at Cleveland Cleveland.
Las Vegas at Tennessee Las Vegas. A team that really thought they were going to make the playoffs is going to be 0-3 after this game. Only one team in 20 years has made the playoffs after going 0-3, so you don't want to lose this one. I picked Tennessee to win their division, but things have drastically changed. OT Taylor Lewan is out for the season. That's just one more thing going wrong for the Titans. I'll take the Raiders to pull this one out.
Baltimore at New England Baltimore. This should be a good game. I think Lamar Jackson will make a big play to win it.
Philadelphia at Washington Philadelphia. The Eagles are feeling good about themselves, and they should be with a 2-0 start. They just need to keep doing what they have been doing to win in Washington.
Detroit at Minnesota Minnesota. The Vikings play really well at home. The Lions will give them a battle but likely fall.
New Orleans at Carolina New Orleans. Will we get the good Jameis Winston or the bad Jameis Winston? Flip a coin... The good one this week!
Kansas City at Indianapolis Kansas City. This game for the Chiefs has "trap game" written all over it. The Colts have been playing very badly on offense, and the Chiefs have played well. The Colts are desperate for a win. The Chiefs better bring it or this will be an upset.
Buffalo at Miami Buffalo. The Bills have four starters out on defense. The problem for the Dolphins is Josh Allen plays on offense. I'll take the Bills to win a close one.
Cincinnati at New York Jets Cincinnati. The Bengals are going to load up and beat the daylights out of somebody after two unexpected losses. The poor Jets picked the wrong week to play the Bengals.
Houston at Chicago Chicago. This is the battle of the "have nots". The Bears "have not" protected Justin Fields, but the Texans "have not" played a good game on the road in a long time, so I'll take the Bears.
Jacksonville at Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers. If Justin Herbert doesn't play, this game is very close to a toss up.
Green Bay at Tampa Bay Tampa Bay. Tom Brady has proven in three out of four games against Aaron Rodgers that he is the better quarterback. Brady is missing a lot of his receivers, but something tells me he will prove it once again.
Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Los Angeles Rams. The Cardinals pulled a rabbit out of a hat against the Raiders last week. Rams head coach Sean McVay is the magician in this game.
Atlanta at Seattle Seattle. I'll take the Seahawks, but I don't particularly like my pick. The Falcons are due for a win.
San Francisco at Denver Denver. The Broncos have been a bit out of sync, but they are 4th in offense and 4th in defense. I think they will click enough to beat Jimmy G. this week.
Dallas at New York Giants New York Giants. We have only played two weeks in the NFL, and only six out of 32 teams are undefeated. Could the Giants really go 3-0? Since the Cowboys don't have Dak Prescott this week, they certainly can.
May God always be your number one draft pick!