Ryan’s Regrettable 2021 NFL Picks: Week Two

Every year, around week 13, I get so sick of my picks. They become a nightmare of an obligation, and I eventually post a half-assed parade of picks where I don’t both to explain a single game. SO THIS YEAR, I BROKE THE CODE. I’m literally just posting my picks! I’m not going to explain a single one of them.

Fight me in the street, algorithm.

Ryan’s Regrettable 2021 NFL Picks: Week Two

Ryan’s 2021 Record
Wins- 8
Losses- 8
Percentage-
.500

New York Giants @ Washington Football Team- Washington Football Team
New England Patriots @ New York Jets- New England Patriots
Denver Broncos @ Jacksonville Jaguars- Denver Broncos
Buffalo Bills @ Miami Dolphins- Miami Dolphins
San Francisco 49ers @ Philadelphia Eagles- San Francisco 49ers
Los Angeles Rams @ Indianapolis Colts- Los Angeles Rams
Las Vegas Raiders @ Pittsburgh Steelers- Pittsburgh Steelers
Cincinnati Bengals @ Chicago Bears- Chicago Bears
Houston Texans @ Cleveland Browns- Cleveland Browns
New Orleans Saints @ Carolina Panthers- New Orleans Saints
Minnesota Vikings @ Arizona Cardinals- Arizona Cardinals
Atlanta Falcons @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tennessee Titans @ Seattle Seahawks- Seattle Seahawks
Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angeles Chargers- Los Angeles Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs @ Baltimore Ravens- Kansas City Chiefs
Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers- Green Bay Packers

So much for my “lock of the week” nonsense. My lock went 0-1 to start the season! Can’t imagine that’s a promising start. Having said that, my lock of the week is the Kansas City Chiefs coming into knockoff Arrowhead and crushing the Baltimore Ravens. That offensive line surrendered the highest pass rush win rate in the entire league to the Las Vegas Raiders, and gave up over 500 yards of offense.

Games I feel iffy about? Bills/Dolphins could be funky, depending which Josh Allen shows up. The Eagles could upset the 49ers. I might be putting too much faith in the Chicago Bears, and hey, hi, ya never know, maybe the Raiders defense is legit, and they pull off the upset in Pittsburgh.

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