Chicago vs. Minnesota
The Chicago Bears are still wondering what happened to them at home last week
against the Seahawks, but there's no time to feel sorry for
themselves. They play the Minnesota Vikings next and if they don't keep
pace with the Green Bay Packers the division title may slip away. If
they want to make the playoffs they will have to find a way to stop
Adrian Peterson. That task is easier said than done.
Seattle vs. Arizona
The Seahawks have yet to lose a game at home this season
and that trend should continue when they face the Arizona Cardinals.
Arizona has lost 8 games in a row and there's really no end in sight.
The Seahawks are looking to avenge the loss they suffered the first game
of the season and they will get it. I predict a blowout.
New Orleans vs. New York Giants
Drew Brees had his consecutive game with a touchdown pass streak snapped
and it's time to start a new one. I need him for the fantasy points
plus he's a man with pride and won't allow his team to quit on him.
That being said the Giants are only one game up in the NFC East with the
Cowboys and the Redskins on their heels. It's a must win game for
them, but that doesn't mean Drew Brees won't be able to do his thing.
Look for a big game from the Breesy.