In the second part of our NFL week two preview, we’ll take a look at four NFL games. I will review the following games: Texans at Colts, Saints at Packers, Giants at Eagles, and Raiders at Ravens. The Giants at Eagles will be the matchup of the week outside of this group. We’ll see.

Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts

Are Texans fans already looking forward to Reggie Bush? The Texans’ offense was stifled when they played the Eagles. Ten points and no running game won’t get the job done in the NFL. The Colts are coming off a big win in New York against the Giants. It was the Manning Bowl. Now they get a cupcake in Houston. For the Colts, it’s time to go 9-0 against the Texans.

Choose: Foals Why? The Colts are 8-0 against the Texans and outnumber them by an average of 15 points per game.

New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers

If it wasn’t for Reggie Bush, this game would have about 6 people watching it, all fanatics. The Packers were shut out last week and looked like one of the worst teams in the league. This is no surprise. The Saints looked better against the Browns, but they still have work to do. Neither of these teams is going to the playoffs this season, but it’s worth watching, because Reggie Bush will get about 20 touches again. Last season, the Packers destroyed the Saints, but this Saints team has new key players.

Choose: Saints Why? Despite his horrible record in Green Bay, I think the addition of Drew Brees and Reggie Bush will help get the job done.

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

The New York Giants are in a must-win situation. They are 0-1 after their loss to the Colts and play in what many consider to be the toughest division in the NFC. If they go down 0-2, they may not be able to recover. His hours are brutal. The Eagles will have their first real test this week. Sure, they beat up Texans, but who doesn’t these days? The Giants have won three in a row in Philly, but this game could be different.

Choose: Giants Why? I think both teams will be in the playoffs, but the Giants have too many weapons.

Oakland Raiders at Baltimore Ravens

To say that the Raiders looked gross in their Monday night opener against the Chargers would be a huge understatement. They are one of the worst teams in the league. It’s hard to imagine them putting up a good fight in Baltimore. The Ravens have their defense working again. They shut down Tampa Bay and should have no problem getting to 2-0.

Choose: Baltimore Why? Because I’m not crazy.

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