NFL Expert Picks - Week 2
The matchup will be dissected and previewed to no end. Will the Eagles, with Nick Foles in position to become one of the most unlikely Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks in history, shock the world and win their first Super Bowl?
For all of that, this year's extensive Super Bowl matchup breakdown can be found here. Odds, pick against spread. Super Bowl 52 should not be a defensive struggle. There are too many ways for both teams to move the ball.
Foles will get going with better support from his rushing attack, while Brady will keep letting it rip in the air. This game has the feel of a back-and-forth affair with neither team starting slow. It probably comes down the last possession, and Brady will need only one final minute to push the Patriots to victory — and the first Super Bowl repeat since they beat the Eagles in Super Bowl I like the Rams a little more than the Vikings, but not by much.
The addition of Kirk Cousins is something I am really high on, I like the coaching changes they made, there aren't a lot of holes in talent, and they have success to build on from last year. There is a lot to like here, and the difference between their price and the Rams makes them playable as well.
A Minnesota and L. NFC Championship Game would be a whole lot of fun. The biggest knock against both of these teams, though - or at least the biggest challenge to the value of them - is that the NFC is deep and tough this year, so coming out of it unscathed will be not easy, and some really good teams will go home too early. I know I am coming off as negative about a lot of teams, and I don't often like being negative, but I just can't help it.
I am not nearly as excited about the Packers as some. While Aaron Rodgers is as good as they come, he is also very fragile, and I don't trust him - or the ability of the team to be competitive without him. And I don't think their roster is as deep as others. If they win then I will lose. Want free NFL picks? Doc's has you covered. Just check out these guys' pages and see what great work they have done making money for themselves and their clients over the years.
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Keep one thing in mind: The cross-over games with the NFC South won't be easy, and it will be interesting to see if the Browns and Ravens turn to Mayfield and Jackson at any point this season. Complete AFC North predictions. Jacksonville Jaguars 2. Tennessee Titans 3. Houston Texans 4. The trend in the AFC South over the last decade is for its champions to come in pairs. Since , the Colts, Texans, Colts again and Texans again have won division titles in back-to-back years.
Don't expect that trend to change this season. The defending division-champion Jaguars are bringing back the core of defensive stars that make up "Sacksonville. Complete AFC South predictions. New England Patriots 2. New York Jets 3. Buffalo Bills 4. Brady is a year older. Receiver Brandin Cooks was traded.
Their 10th straight division title and 16th in 18 years is a lock. This year, the Jets and Bills are easing in new franchise quarterbacks, and the Dolphins are bringing back Tannehill. Complete AFC East predictions. Los Angeles Chargers 2. Kansas City Chiefs 3. Oakland Raiders 4. That run is likely to come to an end in Now his long wait for a running game and defense to match his efficient gunslinging is finished, as the run to finish indicates.
Complete AFC West predictions. Minnesota Vikings 2.