NFL Expert Picks - Week 2
When Aaron Rodgers pulls off wins like the one in Miami last week, he and his team seem so invincible. Panthers 27, Packers Arizona Cardinals at Oakland Raiders Sunday, 4: Carson Palmer is back for the Cardinals, who still played great without him.
The depleted defense continues to be a marvel. Cardinals 30, Raiders Atlanta Falcons at Baltimore Ravens Sunday, 1 p. A lot of franchise-quarterback salary on the field in Baltimore: Ravens 35, Falcons Minnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills Sunday, 1 p. The Vikings should keep that in mind, and be less careless themselves three Teddy Bridgewater picks against Detroit, two off of deflections. Bills 20, Vikings Miami Dolphins at Chicago Bears Sunday, 1 p. Lamar Miller has the Dolphins feature-back job for good, and that could help Ryan Tannehill and the offense.
Or, the wrong Jay Cutler showing up. Still … Bears 23, Dolphins They also play a Lions team whose defense is getting better every week and is making up for a less-than-peak Calvin Johnson. Lions 27, Saints Cleveland Browns at Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, 1 p. Just when Brian Hoyer was feeling good about himself and Cleveland was feeling good about him, his center, Alex Mack, is done for the season.
Browns 16, Jaguars Seattle Seahawks at St. Louis Rams Sunday, 1 p. The Seahawks show soft spots defensively from time to time, but not enough to cost them against this team.
Seahawks 31, Rams Tennessee Titans at Washington Redskins Sunday, 1 p. Render methods should be a pure function of props and state; triggering nested component updates from render is not allowed. If necessary, trigger nested updates in componentDidUpdate.
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