See if Mikey's crystal ball continues to leak fluid or if he can rebound.
Last week, the crystal ball had a crack in it. And it was leaking fluid. After the bleeding stopped, Mikey was left with a scabby, scabby mess. Still, the bad call on Monday night would have been the difference between 5-11 or 4-12. At the same time, I can't imagine anyone having a very good week picking games in Week 3. If you did, more power to you. With that, let's see what the cat dragged in.....
Cleveland at Baltimore--If this was Week 3, the Browns would have won. But it's Week 4, the Browns are still awful, and the ghost of Art Modell will have something to say about this one. And hey, the real refs are back. It's too bad it took the replacements affecting the outcome of a game, but we are happy they're back. Ravens 23, Browns 10
San Francisco at NY Jets--After the Miami game, Rex looked like he won more than a game. He looked like there was a bag of those Cuban sandwiches waiting for him. Seriously, Dan Carpenter hooks one kick and then Philbin calls a timeout that backfires. Of course, losing Revis kind of sucks. The Niners? What was THAT? I suggest that Sanchez wear two helmets on Sunday. Niners 20, Jets 9
Washington at Tampa Bay--RG3 has the Redskins playing at a different level but somehow they still find ways to lose. I love it. This time, Schiano's Bucs will be in victory formation, and they had better wear extra padding. Bucs 20, Redskins 17
NY Giants at Philadelphia--Ugh, Cris Collinsworth again. You know he's brushing up on the names of the Eagles' players he's going to praise for three hours on Sunday night. Okay, probably four hours the way these games are going. But I got news for you, Philly--your team is a fumbling, intercepting house of cards. Giants 34, Eagles 28
Last week: 4-12
Season record: 25-23