Analyst Pick ‘Em: Week 2



They say the NFL can be pretty unpredictable and so it was in Week 1 as Tony Boselli’s 9-6 mark was the best in an average opener for our panel.

How will our guys fare in Week 2? Check out their picks below.


Boomer Esiason

Jason Taylor

Kurt Warner

Ross Tucker

Tony Boselli

Houston @ Cincinnati Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals
Arizona @ Indianapolis Cardinals Cardinals Cardinals Cardinals Cardinals
Cleveland @ Baltimore Ravens Ravens Ravens Ravens Ravens
Chicago @ Tampa Bay Bucs Bucs Bucs Bucs Bucs
Minnesota @ Pittsburgh Steelers Steelers Steelers Steelers Steelers
New England @ New Orleans Patriots Patriots Patriots Patriots Patriots
Philadelphia @ Kansas City Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs
Tennessee @ Jacksonville Titans Titans Titans Titans Jaguars
Buffalo @ Carolina Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers
NY Jets @ Oakland Raiders Raiders Raiders Raiders Raiders
Miami @ LA Chargers Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins Chargers
San Francisco @ Seattle Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks
Washington @ LA Rams Rams Redskins Rams Rams Rams
Dallas @ Denver Cowboys Cowboys Cowboys Broncos Cowboys
Green Bay @ Atlanta Packers Falcons Packers Falcons Packers
Detroit @ NY Giants Giants Giants Lions Giants Giants
WEEK 1 RECORD 7-8 5-10 7-8 8-7 9-6
OVERALL RECORD 7-8 5-10 7-8 8-7 9-6
POINTS 7 5 7 8 9


Each week you can match wits with our NFL experts by seeing who they think will win each game. We’ll keep a running total of records throughout the year, so check back every week to see how your favorite Westwood One Sports analyst is doing.

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