Here we go into week 12, and here are your winners (Apologies for missing week 11). Picks in bold:
Philadelphia at Baltimore: Philadelphia needs a win to stay relevant in the NFC East race. Go with the Eagles.
Houston at Cleveland: The Texans have shown an ability to play teams tough, and I'm not sold on Brady Quinn just yet.
San Francisco at Dallas: Remember when this used to be a rivalry? Steve Young vs. Troy Aikman? Jerry Rice vs. Michael Irvin? Ricky Watters vs. Emmitt Smith? The good ol' days. Cowboys win it going away.
Tampa Bay at Detroit: Despite a good point by Bill Simmons that an undefeated Lions team at Thanksgiving is hard to fathom, it'll happen. Bucs win it and stay close to the Panthers in the NFC South race.
Minnesota at Jacksonville: The Jags have to have a pulse in there somewhere. Maybe this is the week we see it.
Buffalo at Kansas City: The Bills have been slipping, but they get a win at woeful Kansas City.
New England at Miami: The Dolphins have been one of the better teams in the AFC this year, and few have given them that credit. A victory in Miami will show the critics.
Chicago at St. Louis: After a brief revival, the Rams are back to being one of the league's most putrid teams. The Bears take advantage.
N.Y. Jets at Tennessee: I was tough on Tennessee for a while, but they're legit, and Kerry Collins is showing he can win games. The Titans improve to 11-0.
Oakland at Denver: Against the horrible Raiders, the Broncos move a step closer to winning the division.
Carolina at Atlanta: The Panthers beat a tough Falcons team on the road.
N.Y. Giants at Arizona: The Cardinals are at home, and have been looking good. They take down the NFC's powerhouse.
Washington at Seattle: The Redskins get back in the win column and remain at the forefront of the NFC playoff picture.
Indianapolis at San Diego (Sunday night): The Colts are back, and are looking just as good as they have the last few years. This does not bode well for the rest of the AFC.
Green Bay at New Orleans (Monday night): Facing a Saints team without Reggie Bush, the Packers get a road victory.
Last week: 11-2. Overall: 20-6