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(August 16, 2014 - Source: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images North America)
(August 16, 2014 – Source: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images North America)

With week seven set to start Thursday night with a bitter AFC East grudge match between the New York Jets and the New England Patriots, here are the InscriberMag: Digital Magazine’s weekly predictions.

New York Jets @ New England Patriots – Darrelle Revis gets revenge on his former team. Tom Brady still hates the Jets.  We may see Michael Vick in this game. Patriots 31 Jets 20

Minnesota Vikings @ Buffalo Bills – The Vikings were non-existent against a #1 Lions defense, Buffalo will be just as tough.  Bridgewater has more rookie struggles against Buffalo. Bills 21 Vikings 10

Miami Dolphins @ Chicago Bears – Brandon Marshall faces his former team as he prepares for a big day.  Cutler will be ripped unless he consistently wins.  Jared Allen may have found a streak as he continues his calf roping adventures. Bears 27 Dolphins 20

New Orleans Saints @ Detroit Lions – The Lions have the best defense in the league, and Drew Brees will learn the hard way.  Matthew Stafford will do just enough with his new favorite, Golden Tate. Lions 24 Saints 17

Tennessee Titans @ Washington Redskins – DeSean Jackson is ready to light up the secondary, is Kirk Cousins ready to step up? Redskins 27 Titans 17

Carolina Panthers @ Green Bay Packers – Julius Peppers is undefeated against one of his former teams this year.  This one won’t be a tie as Newton and company should outlast A-Rod. Panthers 28 Packers 24

Kansas City Chiefs @ San Diego Chargers –  It’s really too bad the only good team in Kansas City is the Royals.  No one can stop Philip Rivers right now. Chargers 31 Chiefs 21

Arizona Cardinals @ Oakland Raiders – The Raiders practically gave Carson Palmer away for scraps.  He has found a home in Arizona as the Cardinals cruise. Cardinals 31 Raiders 14

New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys – Eli has always fared well against the Cowboys at Jerryworld.  The only issue this year is that the Cowboys are actually playing good ball.  DeMarco Murray followed Adrian Peterson in Oklahoma, now he’s taking over as the best back in the game too. Cowboys 27 Giants 20

Atlanta Falcons @ Baltimore Ravens – In this battle of the birds, look for the Ravens to beat the crashing Falcons, as Joe Flacco out-performs his 2008 draft classmate, Matt Ryan.  Having Steve Smith helps tremendously.  Ravens 31 Falcons 27

Seattle Seahawks @ St. Louis Rams – Russell Wilson > Austin Davis.  Marshawn Lynch torches St Louis’s banged-up defense.  Seattle 31 St Louis 10.

Cincinnati Bengals @ Indianapolis Colts – Andrew Luck and the Colts offense stays hot.  No ties here.  Dalton and Green can’t do it alone. Colts 38 Bengals 27

Cleveland Browns @ Jacksonville Jaguars—Brian Hoyer is getting comfortable and Blake Bortles is still a rookie.  In this case, a dawg is better than a Jaguar. Browns 24 Jaguars 10

Houston Texans @ Pittsburgh Steelers – Big Ben meets his maker as J.J. Watt and the Texans will continue to come up with big defensive plays. Texans 24 Steelers 20.

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