Thursday, November 12, 2015

2015 TransGriot NFL Picks- Week 10

We're now in the second half of the 2015 NFL season as the race for playoff spots starts to take shape.  Believe it or not, thanks to the putrid state of the AFC South this year, the Texans are still a half game out of first place despite a 3-5 record.

If it weren't for Denver's 4th quarter meltdown versus Indianapolis to drop them from the ranks of the unbeaten teams, the Texans would be in first place going into their Monday night game against the undefeated Bengals.

While New England is not a surprise survivor in the ranks of the NFL unbeatens, the Cincinnati Bengals and Carolina Panthers are.  With the Panthers win over Green Bay Sunday in Charlotte, they are the lone NFC unbeaten squad and have seized control of the NFC South, the race for the NFC's number one seed and home field throughout the NFC playoff bracket.  

But there is still a lot of football left to play.

Speaking of races, the race for the 2015 TransGriot NFL Prognostication title just got a little tighter after defending champ Mike stumbled to a 6-7 record as 2013 champ Eli had another solid week thanks to him correctly picking both of his Week 9 upset specials to win this week..

Eli has a little momentum after winning two straight weeks, but can he keep it up?

It's now Week 10.  Only seven weeks left in the regular season.  Teams on byes this week are the Falcons, Colts, Chargers and 49ers, so that means only 14 games to pick this week.

Week 9 Results                                          2015 Season Record.
TransGriot    7-6                                         TransGriot      85-47
Mike             6-7                                         Mike               87-45
Eli                 9-4                                         Eli                   82-50

NFL Week 10  (Home Team In CAPS)

Thursday Night
JETS over Bills

Sunday Noon 

RAVENS over Jaguars
STEELERS over Browns
RAMS over Bears
Panthers over TITANS
PACKERS over Lions
Cowboys over BUCCANEERS
EAGLES over Dolphins
Saints over WASHINGTON

Sunday Afternoon
Vikings over RAIDERS
BRONCOS over Chiefs
Patriots over GIANTS

Sunday Night
SEAHAWKS over Cardinals

Monday Night 
BENGALS over Texans

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