Nfl Picks Week 5

October 10, 2010 by staff 

Nfl Picks Week 5, 2010 NFL Week 5 Picks – Washington Redskins against the Green Bay Packers Vegas Odds: Two NFC playoff contenders collide in an NFL week contains five battle to host Washington Redskins, Green Bay Packers . gambling in Las Vegas have installed the Packers as -2 ½ (-110) Camino pciks NFL Week 5 point favorite. The Packers have won the last four NFL teams contest between two teams.

The Redskins (2-2) are atop the NFC East, after two victories in the NFL closer to the predictions of the enemy divisions Dallas and Philadelphia. Offensively, they have struggled to score points and could be a problem during the week of Sunday NFL takes five contest against one of the best offensive teams in the NFL. Running back Clinton Portis is out this week, that is, former Bronco Torrain Ryan will get most of the carries. Santana Moss and Chris Cooley are still the only reliable targets for quarterback Donovan McNabb, who made a triumphant return to Philadelphia last week. The Redskins need another player, perhaps Anthony Armstrong or veteran Joey Galloway, to make plays in the passing game.

The Packers are still an aggressive defense and attack the game in the NFL this week contains five battle, with 16 catches and 7 turnovers. The linebacker Clay Matthews Jr., 7 sacks and is playing like an All-Pro in his second year. Charles Woodson is playing at a high level at cornerback in the NFL this season and making his return touchdown was the difference in the NFL’s victory last week against Detroit preedictions. Green Bay has struggled to stop the run, but should not be a factor against the Portis-less Redskins.

Both teams took part in a series of restrictions on competition in the NFL, but gives the number of Green Bay to have enough offense to cover the difference Vegas and continue their winning ways against the Redskins.

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