By Brent “The Hawk” Walker
Really rough week 2 for me, going 6-10 and putting me at 15-17 for the season.
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.
Minnesota Vikings (2-0) at Carolina Panthers (1-1)
(-7.0) (O/U 43.0)
Continue reading Hawk’s 2016 NFL Picks: Week 3
Picking winners in week 1 is a crap shoot. You just never know what good teams from last year will fall apart this and what bad team will step it up and become playoff contenders. But I am committed again this year so let’s get right to it.
Green Bay Packers at Jacksonville Jaguars
(+4.5) (O/U 48.0)
Everyone always like picking the Packers. They have a high powered offense with Aaron Rodgers, and Jordy Nelson is back after missing all of last season.
But you know who else has a high powered offense? This Jaguars team. Blake Bortles threw for 4428 yards and 35 TD’s last year. Mainly to his two elite receivers Allen Robinson (1,400 yards, 14 Td’s) and Allen Hurns, ( 1,031 yards, 10 Tds) their defense needs work but they can keep up with the Packers high paced offense.
Continue reading Hawk’s 2016 NFL Picks: Week 1
Welcome to the the eighth and final segment of The Hawk’s NFL Preview (for the divisions at least)…
Covering the mighty, mighty NFC West, which includes the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, NFC runner-up San Francisco 49ers, and two tough outs in the Arizona Cardinals and St Louis Rams.
To see any of the other divisions just click on the name:
Click on the logo below to see the first team in Hawk’s 2014 NFL Preview: NFC West Edition: The Arizona Cardinals.