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Hawk’s 2016 NFL Picks: Falcons at Bucs

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Atlanta Falcons (5-3) at Tampa Buccaneers (3-4)
(+4.0) (O/U 51.0) 
A big 33-32 win for the Falcons last week against the Packers,after dropping two close games in a row to the Seahawks and Chargers.

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Hawk’s 2016 NFL Picks: Cardinals at 49ers

By Brent “The Hawk” Walker
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530PM PST
Arizona Cardinals (1-3) at San Francisco 49ers (1-3)
(+3.5) (O/U 43.0) 
Arizona is falling apart as I expected they would before the season started.
Here’s the truth, the Cards have a very predictable offense. They take deep shots down field over and over again. Sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesn’t. It worked out last season, often, but it seemed to have more to do with luck then skill.
This is the NFL. You can’t play like that. Defenders are too fast, skilled and in shape. It is essential in this league to mix it up and make short throws to be successful, and that is not Arizona’s skill set. Even worse for the Cardinals is that Carson Palmer is out with a concussion this game and Drew Stanton will start in his place.
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That’s bad news because Stanton is absolutely terrible. His claim to fame so far is a stupid celebratory dance he did in a game against the Seahawks when he wasn’t even playing.

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Hawk’s 2016 NFL Picks: Dolphins at Bengals

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530PM
Miami Dolphins (1-2) at Cincinnatti Bengals (1-2)
(-7.5) (O/U 44.5) 

Really rough start to the season for both of these teams. Not so much because they are bad, but because they have both played brutal schedules. 

Miami played in Seattle and in New England their first two games and gave both teams a fight, before struggling to an overtime win in Cleveland last week at home. 

Cincinnati’s two losses come at the hands of Denver and Pittsburgh, two of the AFC’s best.

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Hawk’s 2016 NFL Picks: Week 3

By Brent “The Hawk” Walker
Really rough week 2 for me, going 6-10 and putting me at  15-17 for the season.

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After only two weeks it has already  been one of the most unpredictable seasons yet, especially in the NFC where 10 of 16 teams are 1-1 and only 3 teams, the Giants, Vikings and Eagles remain undefeated. On to week 3.
 
Denver Broncos (2-0) at Cincinnati Bengals (1-1)
(-3.0) (O/U 41.0)
 
Denver has established themselves as having the best defense in the NFL yet again and harassed Andrew Luck all game last week with 5 sacks and two defensive TD’s. Rookie QB or not it’s hard to pick against that defense.
Pick: Broncos
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Minnesota Vikings (2-0) at Carolina Panthers (1-1)
(-7.0) (O/U 43.0)

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Hawk’s Monday Night Football Picks: Week 1

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 4:10PM PST
Pittsburgh Steelers at Washington Redskins
(+2.5) (O/U 49.0)
 
I think it will be interesting to see two of the best in the game at their positions go at in this one as PSteelers receiver Antonio Brown will face off against cornerback Josh Norman. Brown is one of the most unstoppable receivers in the game, but Norman is good enough to keep him semi contained.


Either way the Steelers have a stacked offense and should find a way to get it done against Washington.
 
Pick: Steelers 31-20
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