Pat's Perfect NFL Picks–Week 2

Click the link below to hear this week’s “Pat’s Perfect NFL Picks–Week 2 Edition” from today’s First Day show on WSGW.  The entire transcript is after the audio link.

Pat’s Perfect NFL Picks–Week2 Edition from WSGW’s “First Day” on September 15, 2013

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Pat Football

It’s time for the most anticipated and most prestigious three minutes in Sunday talk radio across this great land of the United States of America.  That’s right, sports fans!  It’s time for another edition of “Pat’s Perfect NFL Picks” on WSGW’s First Day.

This is the segment where I give you what I think–err, know!–are the three can’t miss games in the NFL this week.  Yes, this includes the Lions, but does not include my beloved Pittsburgh Steelers, who’ll be lucky to maybe even win four games this year!

First, a recap of Week One!

Let’s see, here.  Oh, yes, that’s right!  I decided to not waste time this year, and have started-off on a perfect start.

I told you the San Francisco 49ers would beat the Green Bay Packers, and they did just that despite the fact that Green Bay linebacker Clay Matthews still doesn’t understand where exactly the out-of-bounds is located on a football field.

I predicted the Chicago Bears would prevail over the Cincinnati Bungles because the Bears were playing…the Bungles!  The Bears had a rough start, but eventually ran past the Bungles because they’re Bungles!

And I said the Detroit Lions would win one of their three games of the season against the Minnesota Vikings.  Thankfully, for me–and the Lions–newly acquired running back Reggie Bush put-up a career game.

So, that means I went, dare I say, PERFECT IN WEEK ONE!

Thank you, Gordon Gekko.  Hey, it’s Oliver Stone’s birthday today.  I couldn’t resist a Wall Street clip.

Let’s get to the Week Two edition of “Pat’s Perfect NFL Picks.”

SeahawksBeginning with tonight’s game featuring two teams many of the so-called experts believe will fight to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.  The San Francisco 49ers visit the upstart Seattle Seahawks in The Great Northwest, better known to Seahawks’ fans as “The Home of the 12th Man.” Both teams enter tonight’s contest with a lot of confidence, and each own stingy defenses. One difference-maker could be former Detroit Lion Cliff Avril. The defensive end is expected back tonight from injury, and he could cause 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to commit some devastating turnovers. Expect a close one, but expect the Seahawks to prevail.

 

Give Me the Seahawks OVER the 49ers–21-17!!!

 

As much as I want to ignore the Manning Bowl, I can’t.  It’s actually going to be another good game, and a difficult one to DenverBroncospredict.  Can Denver QB Peyton Manning possibly play any better than last week’s seven touchdown performance?  Denver easily boasts the AFC’s best offense, and they should keep going strong against a highly suspect New York Giants defense.  The Giants committed five turnovers last week, but they still only lost by less than a touchdown to Dallas.  I expect the Giants offense to play a cleaner game–led by little brother Eli Manning– and to outscore the Broncos at home.

 

Give Me the G-Men Over The Broncos–35-31!!!

 

And finally, your undefeated Detroit Lions hit the road to Arizona to take-on the Cardinals later today at 4pm.  Lions ArizonaCardinalsfever is high after last week’s victory over the Vikings.  Running Back Reggie Bush accounted for 191 yards of total offense as Detroit gained 469 yards–its highest output in 33 years. The defense forced a handful of turnovers, and Ndamukong Suh received another stiff fine for playing a sport called football!  Look, as much as I’d like to take the Lions here because I think on paper they’re a slightly better team, the Lions rarely travel well, especially out West.  Carson Palmer will light up the Lions D for some big scores, and the frustrated fan base of Detroit Lions football will re-emerge.

 

Give Me The Cardinals OVER the Lions–30-21!!!

And there you have the Week Two edition of Pat’s Perfect NFL Picks on WSGW’s First Day!

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