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We have started the year off on fire and put together a 9-7 mark in week 2 of the NFL's regular season. We correctly predicted the Philadelphia Eagles would win outright on the road against the Indianapolis Colts, the Houston Texans would easily roll over the Oakland Raiders, and the St. Louis Rams would pull the upset as they traveled to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After two weeks we are hitting 60% and the week 3 schedule looks great for improving on that percentage with some easy to predict matchups.
NFL Record Year-to-Date: 18-12-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons -6
The Falcons don't have much of a defense but I'm not convinced the Buccaneers' offense is good enough to take advantage of that. Take Atlanta to win by 10 while putting up 30+.
San Diego Chargers at Buffalo Bills -2.5
The Bills are on a roll right now and the Chargers seem like they are in a good spot for a letdown game after shocking the Seahawks at home last week. Go with Buffalo to continue to use their impressive rushing attack and defense combo to win by 6.
Dallas Cowboys at St. Louis Rams pk
St. Louis' offense is struggling right now and even against a poor defense like Dallas I'm not sure the Rams can score points. I trust Tony Romo and company to get the big road win.
Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles -7
The Redskins will have to play with quarterback Robert Griffin III for a while but backup Kirk Cousins might be a better player. Washington should be able to stay close here in a shootout with neither team playing much defense.
Houston Texans -2 at New York Giants
The Texans were my #1 surprise team heading into the season and they have done nothing to make me think I was wrong. New York is below average on both sides of the ball and the Texans should force a ton of turnovers while winning by a touchdown on Sunday.
Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints -10
The Vikings won't have Adrian Peterson for another week but with the way the Saints have been playing defense they might not need it. New Orleans is a good team but this game should turn into a shootout and you have to like the big underdog.
Tennessee Titans at Cincinnati Bengals -6.5
Cincinnati is playing great on both sides of the ball and I like them to win by double digits here. The Titans are an up-and-coming team but their inability to move the ball will hurt them here. Bengals win 24-10.
Baltimore Ravens -1.5 at Cleveland Browns
The Browns have been playing well enough to compete thus far this season but Baltimore is more experienced in big games and I think they are a tick stronger just about everywhere. Go with the Ravens to get a toughly fought victory.
Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions -3
Detroit is coming off a dissapointing loss to the Carolina Panthers last week and I think they rebound with a big win against the Packers. Green Bay should keep it competitive but they have no answer for Calvin Johnson and will lose by 6.
Indianapolis Colts -6.5 at Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars are below average on both sides of the ball yet again and the Colts are hungry for a win. This game could get ugly as Indianapolis rolls by numerous touchdowns.
Oakland Raiders at New England Patriots -14
The Patriots are above average on both sides of the ball but they haven't shown me they excel at any particularly facet. New England should win but they aren't good enough to be favored by 14. Look for Oakland to only lose by 10 or 11.
San Francisco 49ers -2.5 at Arizona Cardinals
The 49ers made silly mistakes down the stretch to lose in week 2 and they should come out fired up for this divisional rivalry game. Arizona might have a chance with Carson Palmer but since he's looking doubtful I think San Francisco wins by a touchdown.
Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks -4.5
I like the Broncos to get some revenge for the Super Bowl blowout as they grab a win in Seattle. The Seahawks' defense is having issues and they don't look nearly as dominant. Go with Peyton Manning and company to find a way to win this one.
Kansas City Chiefs at Miami Dolphins -4
The Chiefs are one of the most injured teams in the NFL thus far but even with the losses they don't deserve to be 4-point underdogs against a Miami squad that has issues of their own. Go with Kansas City to keep this close and cover the odds even if they lose.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers -3.5
Carolina isn't good enough offensively to be favored by 3.5 against a quality squad like the Steelers. This sets up to be a defensive battle and it would surprise me if a late field goal didn't win it.
Chicago Bears at New York Jets -2.5
Chicago is riding high after their comeback win on Sunday Night Football against the 49ers but the fact of the matter is their defense is not good and their offense has issues against teams that defend the pass well. New York is a terrible matchup for them and I think the Jets win by 7 here.