We lost Zuri Berry last week, bringing this competition from 10 players at the start to five entering Week 4. At this rate, we’ll get in a second-half competition. Steve Silva’s still kicking himself for taking the Browns before they picked up hometown hero Brian Hoyer.
Those remaining all went anti-Jaguars last week, but we’ve resumed some more interesting variety this time. Follow along, won’t you?
Gary Dzen – Chiefs over Giants
(Has previously used the Patriots, Texans, and Seahawks)
Kansas City’s defense is legitimate, and the Giants have committed a league-high 13 turnovers. Eli Manning will have a hard time staying upright.
Erik Frenz – Colts over Jaguars
(Has previously used the Texans, Patriots, and Seahawks)
The Colts might be a prime subject for a letdown on the road after an emotional win over the 49ers, but does anyone think the Jaguars are capable of slowing down Andrew Luck right now? Not me.
Adam Kaufman – Titans over Jets
(Has previously used the Colts, Raiders, and Seahawks)
I’m making this pick for two reasons: I can’t stomach the idea of the Jets improving to 3-1, and I get to reference this video.
Matt Pepin – Colts over Jaguars
(Has previously used the Patriots, Bengals, and Seahawks)
The picking-against-Jacksonville strategy is going to backfire on someone at some point, but I just can’t see this week being that week.
Guest Reader (@playoffbeardos) – Broncos over Eagles
(@kevinjlevesque, @The_JBUG, and @AmirLearner have previously used the Colts, Saints, and Seahawks, respectively)
Why? Peyton Manning is the best QB in the game.
The eliminated group includes Berry (Week 3), Chad Finn (Week 1), Obnoxious Boston Fan (Week 1), Silva (Week 1), and Eric Wilbur (Week 1).
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