Week 1 turned out quite well now, didn't it? Good guys 1-0, bad guys 0-3, now the Saints sit alone atop the NFC South. Can the Saints go "wire-to-wire?" Well, its way too early for that talk, so let's start with Week 2.
Last week I went 11-5
Thursday, September 12th
Thanks for the assist last week, Jets. I'd expect the Pats to be more disciplined than Tampa though.
Sunday, September 15th - Early Games
Steven Jackson gets reacquainted with his old friends, at their expense.
Chargers(0-1) at Eagles(1-0)
LeSean McCoy and the Eastern time zone should be the difference for Philly.
I'm getting the sense that Andy Reid may have a few tricks left for his old rivals in Dallas.
Miami impressed defensively last week, but the competition just got better.
Houston will put the type of pressure on the Titans that Pittsburgh couldn't muster in Week 1.
Redskins(0-1) at Packers(0-1)
Green Bay should emerge victorious in a battle of two teams coming off of disappointing Week 1 losses.
Baltimore should rebound from their second half collapse in Denver.
EJ Manuel vs Cam Newton should make for an interesting matchup.
Vikings(0-1) at Bears(1-0)
Adrian Peterson looks to rebound and lead the way against the Chicago defense.
Sunday, September 15th - Late Games
Lions(1-0) at Cardinals(0-1)
Larry Fitzgerald vs Calvin Johnson. Awesome.
Week 2 edition of the "Johnny Footbowl", Raiders should roll at home though.
Although the Giants have no ground game, I expect a surprisingly close game here.
Saints(1-0) at Buccaneers(0-1)
The Saints are finally rid of Ronde Barber just to see him replaced with Darrelle Revis, great. The Saints should handle the Bucs in front of their rollicking crowd of roughly 320 people.
Sunday Night Football
I don't expect the blowout we saw late last season, but homefield advantage will be a big factor for Seattle. Also, Colin Kaepernick won't put up 400+ passing yards on this defense.
Monday, September 16th - Monday Night Football
Bengals rebound from Week 1 loss by catching a depleted Steeler team at home.
That's how I see it, tell us how you see Week 2 playing out. Leave your comments and insight below. Here's to 2-0, WHO DAT!!!