Philadelphia opened with two impressive home wins, establishing its credentials as the contender its fans thought it would be.
After the past three seasons, 8-8 or 9-7 would be a successful year in Detroit. It would be a disaster in Philadelphia.
Green Bay (plus 6) at Indianapolis
Brett Favre vs. Peyton Manning for just the second time: They met in Green Bay four years ago and Favre won 26-24.
Dallas (plus 2) at Washington (Monday night)
Bill Parcells is 11-6 against Joe Gibbs, winning 11 of the last 14 meetings.
Tampa Bay (plus 3) at Oakland
Oakland East has yet to score a TD on offense.
Warren Sapp's revenge.
Pittsburgh (plus 1) at Miami
A rookie QB for Pittsburgh, a dismal offense for Miami. Unless there are defensive TDs ...
Jacksonville (plus 6) at Tennessee
The Jaguars have managed to win twice despite scoring just 20 points.
San Francisco (plus 11) at Seattle
Seattle was 8-0 at home last year, but the 49ers play defense well enough to keep it close.
Baltimore (minus 3) at Cincinnati
Carson Palmer played cautiously last week but still led a game-winning drive.
Chicago (plus 9 1/2) at Minnesota
Tough to win back-to-back in Green Bay and Minneapolis, especially with three top DBs gone.
Houston (plus 8 1/2) at Kansas City
Neither team is what it was supposed to be, but the Chiefs were supposed to be better than the Texans.
Cleveland (plus 3) at New York Giants
Kellen Winslow's injury spoiled a Hurricanes' reunion with Jeremy Shockey.
San Diego (plus 10) at Denver
From 1-0 to 1-15? The Chargers aren't that bad, but ...
Arizona (plus 10) at Atlanta
Dennis Green made the playoffs eight of his 10 seasons in Minnesota.
That doesn't happen in Arizona.
New Orleans (plus 7) at St. Louis
Early season travails again for the Saints.
LAST WEEK: 11-5 (spread), 13-3 (straight up)
SEASON: 20-12 (spread), 25-7 (straight up)
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