Arizona @ Atlanta - Warner is starting for sure now and Leinart will stay sidelined. Coach says that the Cards are still a playoff team and will make it, but the Falcons, after a disappointing loss to the Saints have to rebound if they want to stay on track. I pick the Falcons, but if Warner can get his throw on, there may be enough big plays between Boldin and Fitz that they could pull off plenty of points. But I doubt they can stop Mike Vick and Warrick Dunn. Dallas @ Tennessee - The Boys are continuing a strong run against a weak team. With Owens in the hospital now due to that alleged overdose of pain meds, Parcells may not let him play. The Cowboys will run all over this rebuilding team. Miami @ Houston - Two struggling teams are pitted against each other. Carr as far as QB rating is one of the best in the league, but they can't seem to pull off a win. They have a questionable position at RB but if Pepps turns it over enough to Robinson and there Dbacks Houston may pull off their first win. But then again, after a disappointing season last year they went on a 7 (?) game win streak. Minnesota @ Buffalo - A possible playoff (wildcard) team against another team that has hopes of making a comeback. I'll take minnesota in this one. New Orleans @ Carolina - What a flip-flop? Carolina is supposed to win the superbowl, or so says most preseason predictions, but New Orleans is riding a wave of Victory and emotion. First time in franchise history they were 3-0? The Panthers have been disappointing thus far but maybe it was that loss of Smith taht just dropped the morale of the team the first 2 games. NO beat 2 weak teams then beat who at the time was considered to be the best team in the division. Carolina had two disappointing losses then edged out a win against one of the weakest teams in the NFC.... San Diego @ Baltimore - Another big show-down. The Chargers had a bye-week, and therefore more time to prepare for them, and the Ravens are coming off a near-loss against the Browns. That either means they'll try and prove something, or that they aren't the great team they looked like in weeks 1 and 2. The Chargers have great players at TE and possibly the best RB in the league and a relatively new QB who has gotten the job done so far. Maybe the extra preparation will give them the Edge. And with Denver on a bye-week to prepare for Baltimore, the Ravens could be seeing some trouble this next two weeks. San Francisco @ Kansas City - Maybe LJ will have his breakout game of the season. KC held the Broncos to 3 field goals in their 9-6 defeat, but lately the 49ers have shown they can throw up some big points onto the board. This game could be the turning point for either team. Detroit @ St Louis - And here we go again, two weaker teams that have played some good games, but don't have a lot to show for it. Both teams seem to be having trouble finding the end-zone. In week one they had to settle for only field goals. I think the Rams may be able to outcoach the Lions. St Louis is familiar with Destroit's new offensive scheme and the D has shown it can shut down some offenses when everything is right. Cleveland @ Oakland - Who is the worst team in the AFC? Oakland continues to struggle, but the Browns almost eeked out a win against the unbeaten Ravens. Whoever gets the upper hand first will ride the momentum to win the game. Be it a long pass to Moss, a break-away run from Jordan, or the pounding up the middle from Cleveland or a Kellen Winslow TD. Jacksonville @ Washington - A scary opponent for a 1-2 Redskins team that is looking to break even. Jacksonville lost by a TD against what is considered the best offense in the league. Washington has portis back and will be looking to establish the run against a great run-blocking team. I think Jacksonville will win, but just like how the Saints had emotion flowing in their last game, Washington will have emotion going here, because in the NFL there is a BIG difference between being 2-2 and 1-3. New England @ Cincinatti - After that loss to Denver, The Patriots will be looking to come back but I doubt they can overcome the balanced offense of the Bengals. Tom Brady will be able to score points, but the question is whether or not the D can stop Palmer and Johnson Seattle @ Chicago - THIS is the battle of the giants! two undefeated teams, one coming off a rhomping, the other getting a taste of what a good team can do. Both will be well-prepared and it will be a battle of which defense wears down the quickest. Without Alexander how will Seattle fair? MNF! Green Bay @ Philadelphia - Expect Mcnabb and Favre to have a shootout...the only difference, even though Favre will have more passing yards, Mcnabb and the Iggles will have more TDs. Favre has better be wary of Dawkins and the defensive backfield.