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2015 NFL Week 3 Predictions

I can honestly say that week 2 was really wacky to me. I only predicted seven games correctly. The games I ended up getting were Chiefs/Broncos, Bills/Patriots. Titans/Browns, Rams/Redskins, Saints/ Buccaneers, Raiders/Ravens, Dolphins/Jaguars, Eagles/Cowboys and Colts/Jets. A lot of these results are really making me think about what’s going to go down each week. With that being said here are my predictions for week 3
Washington Redskins over New York Giants
As long as RG3 doesn’t start the Redskins are a better team. I think Washington has the tools to be a competitive team and they will use those tools to take down and old broken down Giants team
Atlanta Falcons over Dallas Cowboys
Cincinnati Bengals over Baltimore Ravens
Oakland Raiders over Cleveland Browns
I would have picked the Browns if Manziel was starting but Josh McCown returns and if he makes anymore stupid dives like he did in week 1 then he’ll be out for the year.
Indianapolis Colts over Tennessee Titans
Pittsburgh Steelers over St. Louis Rams
New England Patriots over Jacksonville Jaguars
Carolina Panthers over New Orleans Saints
New York Jets over Philadelphia Eagles 
Tampa Buccaneers over Houston Texans
Arizona Cardinals over San Francisco 49ers
Buffalo Bills over Miami Dolphins
Seattle Seahawks over Chicago Bears
Denver Broncos over Detroit Lions
The way the Lions are playing and the way the officials are allowing Matt Stafford to get hit all the time I honestly could see the Lions having another 0-16 season. Do I think it will happen? No but they better get it together fast.
Green Bay Packers over Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City had the game in the bag last week against Denver but a lot of costly mistakes towards the end of the game proved to be disastrous. The Packers will win but the Chiefs will look stronger then they did in week 2.

These are my week 3 predictions. As always check back every Wednesday Night for my weekly predictions and candidate thoughts on certain games. Controversy Doesn’t Come Without Criticism!

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