Last week I called the Rams and Vikings pulling upsets and they came true, I may have been very wrong about Antonio Brown breaking the receiving yards record but that’s why these are BOLD predictions.

Jarvis Landry gets at least 10 catches… again: It’s no secret that Landry is one of the best wideouts in the league, he gets targeted a lot and I don’t see anything changing this week. Miami plays the Browns and I expect Landry to feast on the weak.

The Bears remain winless: Chicago was considered by many as a sleeper team this season, not by me. Probably one of the least talented teams across the board and now plagued with injuries. I expect Dallas to have a easy time with Chicago and “Da Bears” fall to 0-3.

Detroit improves their record in Green Bay to 2-24 at Lambeau since 1992: The Packers have owned the Lions at home over the last 26 years. Last year the Lions won their first game there since the early 1990’s. Stafford and company pull out the victory in a low scoring game.

The Colts and Chargers combine for more than 75 points: After the Chargers played a spectacular game on both ends of the ball vs the Jaguars, I feel a little bit of a letdown coming on. This should be a very entertaining game to watch but I am still taking San Diego in a game where both teams score in the high thirties to low forties.

Houston beats New England, convincingly: New England has the perfect system in place it seems. Anyone can jump in the as the quarterback and look like a legend in the making. Not this time. The Texans smother the Patriots offense and hold them to under 20 points. On the other side Osweiller has his best game as a professional and the Texans go to 3-0.

About The Author Scott Honerbaum

Scott Honerbaum is from a small town in northwestern Illinois where farming reigns supreme. Not for Scott, however, as sports were the only thing that caught his eye and as he got older the passion only intensified. Scott contributes to Breaking Football while cheering on the likes of the Lions, Spartans and Red Sox.