NFL Week 9 off-the-cuff picks: We're getting good at this
So there's my missing suit. RT @buffalobills: #CaptionThis pic.twitter.com/7cVcc4WL7e — Darryl Talley (@DarrylTalley) October 31, 2013Atlanta at Carolina: The Panthers are quickly becoming the team that nobody wants to play right now. The Falcons are quickly becoming the team that nobody wants to watch right now. Panthers 29, Falcons 17. Minnesota at Dallas: The Dez Bryant- Jason Witten incident last week was tough for me to watch, mostly because it reminded me of how "conversations" would go between my dad and I whenever I brought home a report card from school. Cowboys 31, Vikings 13. New Orleans at New York Jets: Sometimes the Jets look decent, sometimes they look what's on the bottom of your shoe after you get back from the dog park. Saints 30, Jets 20. Tennessee at St. Louis: Tough week for the people of St. Louis - first their baseball goes down without a fight in Game 6 of the World Series, then they realize their football team is the Rams. Titans 17, Rams 9. San Diego at Washington: The Chargers have wracked up more frequent flyer miles this year than George Clooney's character in "Up in the Air." Redskins 27, Chargers 23. Philadelphia at Oakland: Chip Kelly's offense in the NFL has been as disappointing as the "Arrested Development" on Netflix. Raiders 24, Eagles 9. Tampa Bay at Seattle: Bucs coaches yelled at Pro Bowler Gerald McCoy recently for helping an opposing player up. It wasn't entirely their fault, though, as they're not used to being above anyone this year. Seahawks 30, Bucs 10. Baltimore at Cleveland: Jason Campbell will start again at QB for the Browns this week. Somewhere the guy who put out a Craigslist ad for a new Browns QB a few weeks ago is just banging his head against a wall. Over and over again. Ravens 17, Browns 3. Pittsburgh at New England: Bill Belichick dressed up as a real pirate this week for Halloween - not the type of Pirate that blows a 2-1 series lead to the Cardinals. Patriots 24, Steelers 22. Indianapolis at Houston: The Houston Texans are to being good at football as "Mike and Molly" is to being good at making people laugh. Colts 24, Texans 10. Chicago at Green Bay: We learned this week that a young boy in Wisconsin has worn the same Aaron Rodgers jersey for 1,000 straight days. I did a similar thing while in college, but it was a pair of jeans, not an NFL jersey. Packers 33, Bears 13. Last week: 11-1 Season: 70-43.