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Sunday, November 11, 2012
Eric's Week 10 Picks
Eric’s Week 10 NFL Selections
Detroit -1 @ Minnesota
Christian Ponder’s announcement that
he is dating Samantha Steele seems to have coincided with his sluggish play.
Samantha Steele is a poor man’s Erin Andrews. Now, I surely don’t think his
dalliance with a generic blonde sideline reporter has anything to do with poor
play- I think he’s just not altogether good. His career will be marked by
periods of poor play, especially when the ground games struggles and Percy
Harvin is injured. Minnesota came out of the gate as hot as Detroit did cold.
Detroit seems to have found a semblance of running game and that has taken a
weight off of Matt Stafford. Detroit will right the ship and make a run. It
might even be enough to get 3 NFC North teams into the playoffs. If that’s
going to happen, knocking off Minny and the man of Steele Sunday is a must.
DET 28 MINN 24
Dallas @ Philadelphia +1
Andy Reid used to disappoint in
style. The good ol’days of losing in the NFC championship games are gone.
Fortunately for Reid, the Dallas Cowboys are coming to town. A team that looks
like a baby just learning to walk. They will pick themselves up, take a few
solid steps, then fall right on their butts. At 3-5, each one of Dallas’ games
have come down to mistakes and not talent. Some argue the team’s talent is
overstated but this is false. The raw talent is there but a higher level of
dysfunction seems to permeate throughout the organization. Romo never learns
from his mistakes, Jason Garrett’s predictable play calling and incompetent
time management, and , of course, Jerry Jones; whose football acumen seems to
age not like a fine wine but Mad Dog 20/20. This game has been styled as a must
win for both sides, but no matter who wins, it will be a short reprieve.
DAL 13 PHI 24
New York Giants -4 @ Cincinnati
Something tells me Eli bounces back
in a big way. Aside from Green, who exactly does Cincy have that scares you?
They’re mediocre- meeting their potential, but their ceiling is too close to
sea level to take them seriously as power players.