Top 10 Games of The Week
Top 5 College Football Games:
1.) No.2 Auburn @ No.3 Mississippi State
Saturday 3:30 TV: CBS
Preview: Auburn’s Nick Marshall aims to outscore Dak Prescott and the Bulldogs. This game features two of the most complete teams in all of College football. The Bulldogs are stingy on defense but expect a high scoring affair between two top 5 teams.
2.) No.9 TCU @ No.5 Baylor
Saturday 3:30 TV: ABC/ESPN2
Preview: If you love high scoring games featuring spread offenses, you will love this game. Senior QB, Bryce Petty, is on fire this season for Baylor. He comes into this game with 1,024 yards and 9 TD’s. TCU is coming off a thrilling upset over the fourth ranked Sooners. Can the Horned Frogs of TCU knock off another undefeated top 5 team?
3.) No.13 Georgia @ No.23 Missouri
Saturday at noon TV: CBS
Preview: This is a matchup of two one loss SEC teams, still determined to reach the conference championship. Georgia features a bevy of talent, headlined by Todd Gurley. Gurley is a potential Hiesman winner. Mizzou QB, Maty Mauk is having a great year with 14 touchdown passes.
4.) No.3 Ole Miss @ No.14 Texas A&M
Saturday 9:00 TV: ESPN
Preview: Ole Miss just shocked the world, beating the mighty Alabama Crimson Tide. Texas A&M was a victim of “upset week” losing to Mississippi State. Texas A&M will look to redeem themselves while Ole Miss is looking to prove that their big win was no fluke.
5.) No.12 Oregon @ No.13 UCLA
Saturday: 3:30 TV: Fox
Preview: These are both teams many picked to be in the four team playoff before getting upset. Oregon features more speed than anyone in the country and they flaunt in with a frenetic pace. UCLA has a defense with a knack at getting turnovers, as well as a future NFL quarterback in Brent Hundley. NFL scouts will be keying in on this match up of two potential top picks in Marcus Mariota and Brent Hundley.
Honorable mention: WVU @ Texas Tech, USC @Arizona
Top 5 NFL Games
1.) Cowboys @ Seahawks
Preview: The Cowboys have impressed with their running game based offense this season. In fact, DeMarco Murray is on pace to go over 2,000 yards. It will be interesting to see if the Cowboys can run the ball facing the Seahawks vaunted defense and rowdy the 12th man.
2.) Packers @ Dolphins
Preview: The Dolphins and the Packers should make for quite the shoot out. The game could be decided by who rushes the passer most effectively. For the Pack, Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers are hard to slow down. Cameron Wake is a beast in his own right for theDolphins.
3.) Ravens @ Buccaneers
Preview: The Ravens look to get back on track against the 1-4 Buccaneers. The Ravens are clearly the better team but they have struggled on the road. Opponents average 159 yards per game against Tampa Bay; expect a heavy dose of run from the Ravens.
4.) Steelers @ Browns
Preview: The last game between these teams was in the season opener and it came down to the end. The Browns are better than they have been in a long time, and they want to show that to Pittsburgh more than anyone.
5.) Chicago @ Atlanta
Preview: Neither team is wildly impressive defensively and both teams have good offenses. This could be a blowout. The amount of receiving talent in this game is mind boggling.