Analyst Pick ‘Em: Week 1


A new season of NFL football means a new chance for our analysts to compete for bragging rights. A year ago, Ross Tucker had the best record in the regular season but it was Kurt Warner that picked the Eagles in the Super Bowl to come from behind and win it all.

This season began with absolutely nobody getting a leg up as the panel all failed to back the defending champs


Kurt Warner

Ross Tucker

Tony Boselli

Atlanta at Philadelphia Falcons Falcons Falcons
Buffalo at Baltimore Ravens Ravens Ravens
Pittsburgh at Cleveland Steelers Steelers Steelers
Cincinnati at Indianapolis Bengals Bengals Bengals
Tennessee at Miami Titans Titans Dolphins
San Francisco at Minnesota Vikings Vikings Vikings
Houston at New England Patriots Patriots Patriots
Tampa Bay at New Orleans Saints Saints Saints
Jacksonville at NY Giants Jaguars Jaguars Jaguars
Kansas City at LA Chargers Chargers Chargers Chargers
Washington at Arizona Cardinals Redskins Cardinals
Dallas at Carolina Panthers Panthers Cowboys
Seattle at Denver Seahawks Broncos Seahawks
Chicago at Green Bay Packers Packers Packers
NY Jets at Detroit Lions Lions Lions
LA Rams at Oakland Rams Rams Rams
OVERALL RECORD 0-1 0-1 0-1

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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