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Nagler's Never Right: 2015 Season Week Four

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Nagler's Never Right: 2015 Season Week Four

Last week: 13-3

Season: 35-13

Baltimore at Pittsburgh:

New York Jets vs Miami

Bloody hell this could be an ugly game. I’m holding my nose and taking the Dolphins.

 

New York Giants vs Buffalo

The Giants finally got in the win column against Washington last week. I hope they enjoyed the experience.

 

Jacksonville vs Indianapolis

I like the Colts to win this game, even if Hasselbeck is the starter. But it will be close.

 

Carolina vs Tampa Bay

Luke Kuechly can’t get on the field, but it hasn’t seemed to matter for the Panthers. It’s been awhile since Cam faced the Bucs. I think he leads his team to a big divisional road victory.

 

Philadelphia at Washington

This one is as simple as taking Chip Kelly over Jay Gruden for me. Eagles get their second win in a row

 

Oakland at Chicago

The Raiders are showing signs of growth as a team while the Bears are in the running for the first overall pick. Give me Derek Carr and Amari Cooper to continue lighting up opposing defenses.

 

Houston at Atlanta

Matt Ryan and Julio Jones will do their thing and the Falcons defense will do the rest.

 

Kansas City at Cincinnati

While I’m not quite sold on the “THIS is the year they finally do something in the playoffs!” hype, I do think they take care of business against the Chiefs at home.

 

Cleveland at San Diego

The Chargers offensive line is a MASH unit and the defense has been leaky. That said, I think Rivers goes off. Chargers right the ship at home.

 

Green Bay at San Francisco

The Packers are hurting in lots of areas, but they have the depth to overcome it. The 49ers are a talent-depleted football team coming off two road beat-downs. While I think this is a close game in the first half, Rodgers and the Packers pull away in the second.

 

St. Louis at Arizona

Carson Palmer and the Cardinals continue putting up big points in this divisional game, though I suspect they’ll struggle to move the ball early. But they crack the code early on and roll.

 

Minnesota at Denver

I’ve seen lots of people say the Broncos are “struggling” despite winning all three of their games. I tend to think they’re just winning in a way we’re not used to: With defense. That continues in this match up with the Vikings.

 

Dallas at New Orleans

The Battle of the Backups. I can't believe I'm saying this, but I expect Brandon Weeden to lead his team to victory. 

 

Detroit at Seattle

The Seahawks have been less than inspiring, but beating up on the Bears and Lions pulls them even.

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Chad Toporski's picture

Can I make a suggestion? Underline your picks instead of making them bold. Easier to see.

Good picks. Though I think Jacksonville will upset the Colts.

PackerAaron's picture

THANK you. That is a great idea.

Re: Jacksonville - would not be surprised in the least.

croatpackfan's picture

I'm not sure what Eagles team will run out at Washington... The final score will depend on that!

Mark359's picture

Not picking the Dallas/New Orleans game?

PackerAaron's picture

Copy and paste is hard!

(Thanks)

4thand1's picture

Ever think of changing your name to Aaron Nadgers? Your picks have been pretty impressive this year,

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