The Chief Chooser went with both winless teams to pick up a victory last week and while the Giants came through the upset pick of the Jaguars went ‘bonk.’ The C.C. finished 9-6, leaving your dart-thrower 61-46 (.570) for the season. Injuries are starting to sprout up across the league and the 2013 season is shaping up to be one where the teams with the best records may be the ones left most unscathed by physical ailments. The injury bug will make week eight a tough test, even as fans of Kansas City hope their Chiefs can keep their magical ride rolling.

Thursday, Oct. 24

Panthers at Buccaneers There is a lot wrong in both places, but less so in Carolina … PANTHERS 20-13.

Sunday, Oct. 27

49ers at Jaguars

Welcome to 0-8 cat fans … NINERS 38-16.

Browns at Chiefs

Welcome to 8-0 KC fanatics … CHIEFS 23-10.

Dolphins at Patriots

Pats might not be so formidable after all, but we saw last week Miami certainly is not … BOSTON 27-13.

Bills at Saints

Buffalo had a long trip south last week and left with a win. This week? Forget it … SAINTS 30-14.

Cowboys at Lions

With Minnesota floundering and Chicago Cutler-less, Detroit needs to seize on the opportunity to strike … LIONS 29-22.

Giants at Eagles

Eli Manning vs. Matt Barkley? Win two for the not-so …. GIANTS 19-18.

Steelers at Raiders

I loathe Pittsburgh, but that is no reason to pick against them …. wait, yes it is … OAKLAND 24-20. Jets at Bengals Back to reality Jets fans … CINCINNATI 26-17.

Falcons at Cardinals

Another chance for the Falcons to continue righting the ship … ATL 31-18.

Redskins at Broncos

Washington survived a shootout with Chicago’s offense last week. The Denver attack is a different matter entirely … BRONCOS 52-31.

Packers at Vikings

Green Bay slowly building a run game with Lacy to help an injured defense while the Norse look lost at sea … PACKERS 30-20.

Monday, Oct. 28

Seahawks at Rams What chance St. Louis had went down with Bradford … SEABAGS 31-13.

Last week: 9-6; season 61-46 (.570) IDLE: Bears, Texans, Titans, Chargers, Colts, Ravens