With an overall record of 28-33, including 6-7 last week, TSN football analyst Chris Schultz is back with his Week 5 selections in the NFL in Risky Business. Aaron Colvin Texans Jersey . Minnesota at Green Bay (-9.5) It is easy to build a case that this game will be closer than the spread. The Vikings are getting excellent play out of three rookies: LB Anthony Barr #1 out of UCLA, QB Teddy Bridgewater later in that round out of Louisville and the third round pick RB Jerick McKinnon out of Georgia Southern. It was evident last week as Minnesota moved the ball for 558 total yards against Atlanta. This is a divisional game and, in the past, Mike Zimmer has played Aaron Rogers well when he was the defensive coordinator in Cincinnati. Green Bays run defence has to improve and Eddie Lacy has to have a breakout game. On a short week, both could happen for Green Bay. Is Bridgewater healthy enough to be effective? you know he will be limited in practice, if he practices at all. Packers Chicago at Carolina (-2.5) What was a great defence in Carolina to start the year is now a problem. Carolina did have one of the best defensive front sevens in football but after four games, they are 27th against the pass. With Chicago, the Cutler mistakes destroyed any competitive chance against Green Bay but Matt Forte is coming off his personal best of 2014. With possible injuries to the three primary running backs in Carolina and anticipating Cutler playing a better mistake-free game, I like Chicago to bounce back more effectively in efficiency right in Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers. Bears Baltimore at Indianapolis (-3.5) Both teams are playing their collective best football right now. Andrew Luck has put together his two best games of his career using 10 different receivers last week. Yes, those two games have been against Jacksonville and Tennessee. The Ravens have won three in a row and Steve Smith at 35 is playing like he is 25. Vontae Davis is also 35 in a downfield WR/CB competition to watch. Where I think the Colts have an advantage is in Ahmad Bradshaw at running back. Elusive with power, the former New York Giant is a complete player. Still, both quarterbacks have seen it all from every type of NFL defence but an absence of a pass rush from the Colts and the consistency of the pass rush from the Ravens is a key difference in the game. I think Joe Flacco will have time to see his routes fully develop downfield, Luck not so much. Ravens Houston at Dallas (-4) The word for Dallas is discipline in play-calling. The NFLs leading rusher is DeMarco Murray with 534 yards going into Week 5. Just use him and everything should fall into place. With Houston, JJ Watt had two brutal roughing the passer calls and then won the game on an 80-yard interception return. I look for Watt to line up on the defences left side, offences right and make plays. But will that be enough? For Dallas, they are better than expected on defence and you can say better than expected on offence and that was a given that they would be good. As long as Tony Romo throws in the area of 25 passes, Dallas should be as effective this week as last week. Cowboys Buffalo at Detroit (-7) Detroit is going to score some points but also plays its best defence at home, allowing 14 and seven points in last two home games. Kyle Orton is a good quarterback and can lead a team to NFL wins but I dont know if he can go touchdown-for-touchdown with Matthew Stafford, Golden Tate, Reggie Bush and the entire offence of Detroit. Former Lions head coach Jim Schwartz returns to run the Bills defence. Detroit Pittsburgh (-6.5) at Jacksonville Win one, lose one, win one, lose one so far for the Steelers. Lose four in a row, allowing 33 or more points for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Game 2 for Blake Bortles and he will continue to improve, I just dont know if he has the defence to slow anyone down. The Steelers should respond after the Tampa Bay loss in a game they had 13 penalties for 125 yards. This wont be about winning, it will be about playing four great quarters of football. Steelers Tampa Bay at New 0rleans (-10) Its not always who you play but when you play them and with the Saints coming off being dominated by Dallas, they want to get back to not just winning but dominating themselves. Being at home in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome makes a big difference. The Saints have won 18 straight at home and often by double digit scores. One reason that Tampa Bay was so bad in Atlanta and so good in Pittsburgh was the heath of their starters. In Atlanta, they were not healthy, in Pittsburgh they were healthier. Still, the Saints offence is comparable to Atlanta, so... Saints Atlanta at NY Giants (-4) All logic says take the Giants. Atlanta lost two starting offensive lineman and the Giants looked the best they have ever looked in Washington, winning easy. Also, Atlanta is similar to New 0rleans in that they are spectacular at home, not so much on the road. The new offence of Ben McAdoo and Eli Manning found its grove last Thursday and Atlanta could not stop a rookie running back in Jerick MaKinnon last week. All logic says Giants... Giants St Louis at Philadelphia (-7) The Rams may be better than originally thought, especially after QB Sam Bradfords season-ending injury. Austin Davis is the Rams third quarterback but right now, he is completing 72 per cent of his passes and looks anything but overwhelmed. The big negative surprise in Philadelphia is the absence of a productive LeSean McCoy, avaraging only 2.7 yards per carry. Last week in San Francisco, all the Eagles points came on a blocked punt, a punt return and interception return. Not as smooth and polished as anticipated. Rams Cleveland at Tennessee (-2) Coming off the bye week, the Browns have been competitive in every game and beat New Orleans at home. The Titans have health issue at quarterback and have only one upset win at KC in Week 1. The Browns should get Ben Tate back and the Titans have been outscored 100-34 the last three weeks; mind you, against three good teams. After so much public attention, QB Brian Hoyer has yet to throw an interception and kept Johnny Manziel on the bench. Browns Arizona at Denver (-7) Both teams are coming off the bye week so its like starting the season all over again with three games of experience to work with. There are two reasons why I like Denver. First, Arizona allows a 67 per cent completion rate which is extremely high and second, Arizona also leads the NFL in first downs acquired by penalty. But there are two reasons why I like Arizona. Third round draft pick John Brown is a complement to Larry Fitzgerald and Malcom Floyd and second, their 3rd down efficiency is at 48 per cent and thats a very high number. But in the end, as good as Arizona is and they are, I think Denver is due and with a week in between, it benefits Denver more than Arizona. Denver NY Jets at San Diego (-6.5) The Chargers are quietly a very good team. Only Seattle has scored over 20 points on the Chargers defence and that was 21. There is a concern that, with Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead out, can Donald Brown carry the load as a full time #1 running back. I think he can. Philip Rivers has a 9:1 touchdown to interception ratio while Geno Smith is 4:5. This really would be the upset of the year so far in NFL football but I cant see it happening. The Chargers are just throwing the football better than any team right now. Chargers Kansas City at San Francisco (-6.5) How enjoyable would it be for Alex Smith to go into Levis Stadium and beat the team that drafted him #1 overall in 2005 only to dismiss him as insignificant and all used up two years ago? Yes, Kansas City beat what looks like an average New England Patriot team - or did Kansas City make them look average. The Chiefs must keep Colin Kaepernick in the pocket as he is deadly on designed run plays to the outside, making a 3rd down to a 1st down with his sprinting style. I cant see either team dominating the other. Chiefs Cincinnati at New England (Pick em) Something is missing. Ive never seen Tom Brady make such an illogical decision downfield and with disastrous results. Is it him or the people around him? Probably both but that play is on him. Ive never seen a Bill Belicheck team allow 303 yards in the first half because it has never happened before. This could be a transitional game of reality perception: the past success and dominant play of the Patriots taken over by the new success and youthful regular season success of the Cincinnati Bengals. Looks like logic to me. Bengals Seattle (-7) at Washington The Seahawks are coming off bye week and Washington is coming off 10 days between games. One aspect of Seattle that is not public enough is they are very good against the run most of the time with San Diego being an exception. If Alfred Morris does not get going early and often, then I cant see Washington moving the ball at all. Kirk Cousins is not as bad as his Giants performance but not good as his best game. I am sure RG3 was sitting up high at FedEx Field thinking see, not as easy as it looks. Defensive energy will be at an all-time high and Im not sure if Washington can match it on Monday Night Football. Home underdog is always a good choice, but it is Seattle as the visiting team. Seahawks Martinas Rankin Jersey . - Frankie (The Answer) Edgar dominated B. Tyrann Mathieu Texans Jersey . A fully booked flight forced me to leave two hours later. After a nice meal in which I studied the stats of the Argo win, I prepared to leave the restaurant. As I was gathering my things to leave many large individuals began to walk up and wait for tables. http://www.texansrookiestore.com/Texans-Aaron-Colvin-Jersey/ . The 49ers announced the deal Tuesday. San Francisco selected Lloyd in the fourth round of the 2003 draft.LAWRENCE, Kan. - Andrew Wiggins remembers sitting in the bleachers of Allen Fieldhouse long after the final whistle, watching as the crowd showered the departing Kansas players with love. It may not have been that exact moment that the nations No. 1 recruit decided he would play his only season of college basketball with the Jayhawks. But the outpouring of support on senior night certainly played a role in his decision, one that he doesnt regret for a moment. "It went too quick," Wiggins said late Wednesday after his own version of senior night, tucked away in a small room not far from those stands where he sat a year ago. "I wish I had more time to stay here and do my thing, just be here with the team and the coaches and all these wonderful fans," Wiggins said, thoughtfully. "Thats one of the reasons I committed here. I came here on senior night and the fans were so loyal." Kansas coach Bill Self stayed true to his promise after an 87-52 victory over Texas Tech, reserving most of the senior day traditions for his seniors. Tarik Black, Niko Roberts and Justin Wesley were honoured with framed jerseys prior to the game, and each of them was given a microphone afterward to address a sellout crowd that once again stuck around long after the game. But the coach who has guided the Jayhawks to 10 straight Big 12 titles also made sure to note what everybody already knew: The latest of them probably wouldnt have happened without Wiggins. So before turning the microphone over to the seniors, he asked the crowd to give the rest of the team a round of applause, and then told Wiggins and fellow freshmen Wayne Selden and Joel Embiid — both of whom will have their own NBA decisions to make after the season — to stand up and be acknowledged. The crowd stood with them, giving them a thunderous ovation. "I dont think its hit me yet. Thats how quick everything went by," Wiggins said. "It feels like just yesterday we had our late night, so I dont thiink its hit me yet. Keke Coutee Texans Jersey. ." Wiggins arrived at Kansas with nearly unattainable expectations, yet hes lived up to just about all of them. Hes averaging 16 points and nearly six rebounds, numbers that may seem modest at first glance but are even more impressive considering the way he shares the ball. Then theres the Big 12 championship ring that will soon be slipped onto his finger. And there are still plenty of more memories to be made. The Jayhawks wrap up their regular season Saturday at West Virginia, and will have the No. 1 seed in next weeks Big 12 tournament, played just down the road from campus at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. Then the NCAA tournament, where Kansas is still in the running for a top seed. Along the way, Wiggins is sure to pick up a handful for awards. Self thinks hes the favourite for Big 12 player of the year, which The Associated Press will announce next week. "Its almost a logic no-brainer," Self said. "I dont believe his numbers will blow anybody away, but to be the best player on the best team thats had a fair amount of success in the league — I dont think you could go any other direction." To be perfectly clear, Wiggins has never led anybody on. He made it clear from the outset that he would head to the NBA next season, and after having one of the best freshman campaigns in Kansas history, hes certain to be a lottery pick if not the No. 1 overall choice. Still, in listening to him Wednesday night, it seemed for a brief moment that he wished he could put life on hold — the millions of dollars, the endorsements, the business that will become basketball — and keep playing the game with his close buddies a little while longer. "I think its all puddled up," Wiggins said. "Im happy, sad, my last game. But I just enjoy my time here. Im thankful for everything. I cant ask for more. Ive been blessed by a good team, great coaches and the greatest fans a team could ask for." Cheap Chargers Hoodies Cheap Browns Hoodies Cheap Texans Hoodies Cheap Ravens Hoodies Cheap Panthers Hoodies Cheap Jets Hoodies Cheap Titans Hoodies Cheap Chiefs Hoodies Cheap Bills Hoodies Cheap Colts Hoodies Cheap Cardinals Hoodies Cheap Buccaneers Hoodies Cheap Rams Hoodies Cheap Jaguars Hoodies Cheap Falcons Hoodies Cheap Bengals Hoodies ' ' '