Week 3: NFL Predictions

Rob HugheyContributor ISeptember 25, 2009

DENVER - SEPTEMBER 20:  A detail of the NFL logo on painted on the sideline grass as the Cleveland Browns face the Denver Broncos during NFL action at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 20, 2009 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Browns 27-6.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

     Tough week for most football prognosticators, but mine was really bad. I finished out at 7-9. The Cards finally found an east coast team to beat up on. Romo threw the game away, and Miami showed off their big play uncappabilities. Time to get back up on the horse. Here's week 3.

Cleveland at Baltimore

Ravens' D feats on lowly Browns. 24-0 Ravens

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati

Make in nine straight for Pittsburgh. 27-20 Steelers

Washington at Detroit.

'Skins slide by again. 20-17 Redskins

Jacksonville at Houston

Must win for the Jags. 24-17 Jacksonville

San Francisco at Minnesota

Battle of the 2-0's goes to the home team. 24-13 Vikings

Atlanta at New England

Pats get it done in Foxboro. 30-20 Patriots

Kansas City at Philadelphia

McNabb-less Eagles win easily. 27-10 Eagles

Green Bay at St Louis

Big day for Grant. 31-10 Packers

N.Y. Giants at Tampa Bay

Giants suffer letdown after Sunday Night win. 20-17 Bucs

New Orleans at Buffalo

No cold, no problem for Brees. 34-14 Saints

Chicago at Seattle

Bears take advantage of Seattle without Hasselbeck. 23-10 Bears

Tennessee at N.Y. Jets

Titans look to match total losses from last year. 20-10 Titans

Denver at Oakland

Oakland by a field goal. 10-7 Raiders

Miami at San Diego

Do the Chargers play at home every week? 27-17 Chargers

Indianapolis at Arizona

Short week costs the Colts. 38-21 Cardinals

Carolina at Dallas

Is Dallas going to play every game in primetime at home? 31-28 Cowboys

Last Week 7-9  Overall 20-12