NFL Week 3 Picks: Raiders Continue Their Winning WaysThe Raiders could go 3-0 for the first time since 2002 when they face the Redskins at FedEx Field on Sunday Night Football.
NFL Week 2 Picks: Trying To Avoid Overreactions To Week 1After one week of the NFL being back, we tend to freak out a little bit. It's too early to really tell yet what most teams are going to be.
Hurley's Picks: Brady-Brees Matchup Should Be Fun, While Steelers Have Most To ProveFiguring out which teams are legitimately good in the NFL generally takes a few weeks. But here's a crack at it.
NFL Picks Week 1: Patriots Pick Up Where They Left OffThe defending champs open up the 2017 season at home on Thursday night. Picks for that game and the rest of the NFL slate.
Hurley's Picks: Kicking Off A Crucial Year For The NFLA waltz around the league and a look at the somewhat shaky ground the NFL stands on as the 2017 season opens.
Hurley's Picks: Will NFL Get Coveted Brady-Rodgers Matchup For Super Bowl LI?We know which Super Bowl matchup will work best for the NFL. But will the league get it?
Hurley's Picks: Questioning NFL's Stability Ahead Of Divisional Playoff WeekendThe NFL values stability above all else. But is the ground getting a bit shaky? Let's take a look at that before making picks for the weekend.
Hurley's Picks: Rodgers-Manning Duel Not The Only Reason To Watch Wild-Card WeekendWe've got Aaron Rodgers vs. Eli Manning, and we've got ... Connor Cook vs. Brock Osweiler. Sports are funny sometimes.
Hurley's Picks: Power Ranking Quarterbacks For Potential NFL Postseason FieldThis may be the most difficult week of the season to predict games. But we're going to try anyway.
Hurley's Picks: Richard Sherman Tackles NFL Hypocrisy, While Bucs-Cowboys Is Weekend's Most Intriguing MatchupRichard Sherman, you make a great point. But your timing isn't exceptional.
Hurley's Picks: Breaking Down Scintillating MVP Race And Buying In To Ravens In FoxboroThere could be some prime-time upsets to end this week of football.
Hurley's Picks: John Harbaugh Graduates From NFL Hypocrisy CollegeYou know, in another place, at another time, one might be inclined to call John Harbaugh a big, fat hypocrite. But not here. Not now.