This will be a common reaction for Browns fans in week 2 and beyond. (image from dawgsbynature.com)

This will be a common reaction for Browns fans in week 2 and beyond. (image from dawgsbynature.com)

None of that spread nonsense. You shouldn’t be gambling on football anyway. That stuff is CRAZY RANDOM.

Since Green Bay already played Chicago, I won’t be counting that one. Obviously, I would’ve chosen Green Bay.

Kansas City at Buffalo (Buffalo isn’t as bad as they looked against the Jets, although they’re not great.)

New Orleans at Carolina (Carolina’s defense isn’t ready to deal with the Saints yet.)

Cleveland at Cincinnatti (Brandon Weedon’s debut was one of the most disturbingly horrific rookie QB starts I’ve ever seen.)

Minnesota at Indianapolis (This one’s more of a push, but I think Indy pulls this one off.)

Houston at Jacksonville (Jacksonville can’t compete with a talented Houston squad unless Arian Foster’s leg comes off during a run… and he still might hop to the endzone)

Oakland at Miami (Miami looks disastrous this year, and even if Oakland has to start Rod Streator, an undrafted FA at WR again, they will still win.)

Arizona at New England (Arizona has a chance, but not much of one against one of the scariest offenses in the league.)

Tampa Bay at New York Giants (An angry New York Giants squad is likely to win this tilt at home. I’m still a little surprised TB won in week one.)

Baltimore at Philadelphia (Philly struggled against the Browns last week, and it’s hard to see them beating Baltimore with Maclin and Jackson hurting.)

Dallas at Seattle (Dallas is going to have a hard time traveling to Seattle and playing the traditionally strong at home Seahawks. Especially with the Cowboys’ o-line being a total mess.)

Washington at St. Louis (Should be a close game, but with a talent like RG3 on the Redskins this could easily go their way in a big way.)

New York Jets at Pittsburgh (I have a lot of trouble seeing the Jets take out Pittsburgh at home minus Revis and Keller, but a Pittsburgh team minus Troy Polamalu is a lot easier to beat. If Polamalu doesn’t play they could pull this off.)

Tennessee at San Diego (Not particularly high on either of these teams, but San Diego is more talented and they’re at home.)

Detroit at San Francisco (I hope Harbaugh has a proper victory handshake prepared this time.)

Denver at Atlanta (Even without Roddy White, I think Atlanta has this. I am not sold on the reborn Peyton Manning yet. I need to see him effectively throw the ball downfield some more.)

SURVIVOR POOL PICK OF THE WEEK: Cincinatti (In week one I took Houston over Miami)

In my week one picks I went 12-3. (Giants vs Dallas was not included, as I made my picks after that game was played.)

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