If you watched the Thursday Night game, and even more so if you had action on the Falcons, you were probably sweating it out down the stretch. The Atlanta defense appeared to have thrown in the towel, and were giving up huge chunks of yards and a potential score to the Saints. But, if you have been following David Panosian, you were not worried at all. In fact, you would have been as cool as a cucumber watching the seconds tick away. Here are two more games for you for Sunday’s contests. Be that cucumber and have visions of green! Make sure to check back Monday for a preview of the Redskins vs 49’ers matchup, and add Pano on Twitter. Good Luck!!
Week 11 Record: 3-2
Season To Date: 4-2
By David Panosian
San Diego Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs (-4.5), 1:00pm:
The San Diego Chargers travel to Arrowhead Stadium to face the Kansas City Chiefs, who are fresh off their first loss of the season at Denver. This game has the feel of one which will be a strong bounce back win for KC, and quite frankly I am surprised the spread is 4.5. I’ve tried to look for logical reasons why it is not higher, and I just cannot find them. The Chiefs are very, very strong at home, and have one of the best home field advantages in the NFL. The Chargers are coming off a loss in Miami, and face off against a top level defense angry and ready to prove they are no fluke. I see a long day for Philip Rivers and company ahead, and for Alex Smith to post an efficient line while limiting mistakes (per usual). Jamaal Charles should be primed for a big day as well. Lay the points and take the Chiefs.
Dallas Cowboys (+2.5) at New York Giants, 4:25pm:
The Dallas Cowboys travel to East Rutherford to face a New York Giants team which has won 4 in a row. This has the looks of being one of the marquee match-ups of the day, and has definite division title implications. The Cowboys won here in 2012, and also took the opener in Week 1 this year, so some of the recent history tends to favor them. Tony Romo also gets back his trusted slot receiver Miles Austin, who caught 10 passes for 72 yards in week 1. The Cowboys wisely held Austin out until he got back to 100%, and it appears as if that time is now. While the Giants have obviously been playing better their last 4 games, I like the chances of the Cowboys to win this game. Dallas has too many weapons on offense for the Giant secondary to keep up with, and I like them to be able to move the ball with relative ease on Sunday afternoon. The Giants will be able to keep this close, but I see Dallas winning this game by about a touchdown.
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