Week 5 NFL Picks

10/05/2012

Week 4 was a banner week for our panel of experts, who went a combined 52-23 for a .693 winning percentage. Boomer Esiason and Tony Boselli had the best go of it, finishing 11-4, while James Lofton, Mark Malone and Trent Green were just a game back at 10-5.

Our standings through four weeks of the NFL season look like this:

1t. Boomer (37-26, .587)
1t. Trent (37-26, .587)
3. Mark (35-28, .556)
4t. James (34-29, .540)
4t. Tony (34-29, .540)

Game

Boomer

Esiason

James

Lofton

Mark

Malone

Tony

Boselli

Trent

Green

Arizona @ St. Louis

Cardinals

Cardinals

Rams

Rams

Rams

Miami @ Cincinnati

Bengals

Dolphins

Bengals

Bengals

Bengals

Green Bay @ Indianapolis

Packers

Packers

Packers

Packers

Packers

Baltimore @ Kansas City

Ravens

Ravens

Ravens

Ravens

Ravens

Tennessee @ Minnesota

Vikings

Vikings

Vikings

Vikings

Vikings

Atlanta @ Washington

Falcons

Falcons

Falcons

Falcons

Falcons

Cleveland @ NY Giants

Giants

Giants

Giants

Giants

Giants

Philadelphia @ Pittsburgh

Steelers

Steelers

Steelers

Steelers

Eagles

Seattle @ Carolina

Panthers

Panthers

Panthers

Panthers

Seahawks

Chicago @ Jacksonville

Bears

Bears

Bears

Bears

Bears

Denver @ New England

Patriots

Patriots

Patriots

Patriots

Patriots

Buffalo @ San Francisco

49ers

49ers

49ers

49ers

49ers

San Diego @ New Orleans

Saints

Saints

Saints

Saints

Saints

Houston @ NY Jets

Texans

Texans

Texans

Texans

Texans

LAST WEEK

11-4

10-5

10-5

11-4

10-5

OVERALL RECORD

37-26 (.587)

34-29 (.540)

35-28 (.556)

34-29 (.540)

37-26 (.587)

Each week you can match wits with our NFL experts by seeing who they think will win each game. We’ll keep a running total of records throughout the year, so check back every week to see how your favorite Westwood One Sports analyst is doing.

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