Indianapolis Colts at Philadelphia Eagles (-6)
Is Indianapolis (1-1) decent? Tough to say, but Andrew Luck is healthy and rounding into form. The Eagles (1-1), on the other hand, are getting Carson Wentz back but have looked awfully rusty in the early going. Take the home team in a tight game.
Pick: Philadelphia 30, Indianapolis 28
New York Giants at Houston Texans (-6)
Have you seen the Giants (0-2)? Eli Manning has more fear in his eyes than somebody trying to quickly check out at WalMart. The Texans (0-2) also have an offensive line made of wet paper, but they get right here at home.
Pick: Houston 26, New York 17
New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons (-3)
Great rivalry, and if the teams play like they can, a great game. The Saints (1-1) and Falcons (1-1) have both struggled some in the early going, and now they find themselves in a huge divisional showdown. The winner will feel great come Sunday night.
Pick: Atlanta 31, New Orleans 27
Oakland Raiders at Miami Dolphins (-3)
The Dolphins (2-0) are undefeated. The Raiders (0-2) are winless. Neither are particularly good football teams. Has Jon Gruden stopped laughing over the $100 million he fleeced Mark Davis for?
Pick: Miami 22, Oakland 16
San Francisco 49ers at Kansas City Chiefs (-6.5)
The Chiefs (2-0) have an awful defense, but the offense is something from a video game on rookie level. Kansas City is going to score on just about everybody this year, and while the 49ers (1-1) are decent, they aren’t up to stopping this juggernaut.
Pick: Kansas City 34, San Francisco 23
Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars (-6.5)
The Jaguars (2-0) have a great defense, and the Titans (1-1) aren’t exactly brimming with firepower. This isn’t the matchup Tennessee wants, although it did beat the Jags twice last year. Can lightning strike again?
Pick: Jacksonville 23, Tennessee 13