We do this at the same (general) time every Friday evening. The NFC East blog takes a peek at our ESPN.com experts' predictions for the week.
Then I make my own predictions on the games involving NFC East teams. Let's get right to the picks:
Washington Redskins at Chicago Bears: You might not believe this, but six of the eight panelists picked the Skins to win on the road. Only Merril Hoge and the controversial but congenial Adam Schefter picked Jay Cutler and the Bears.
Mosley's pick: Redskins 24, Bears 21. I think Cutler will make too many mistakes for the Bears to win. And miracle of miracles, Carlos Rogers will hold onto an interception to seal the game. You heard it here first.
Philadelphia Eagles at Tennessee Titans: Only three of the eight panelists picked Kevin Kolb and the Eagles. I find that hard to believe after watching Kolb dismantle the Atlanta Falcons last week. Maybe it has something to do with the Titans taking down the Giants and Cowboys this season. Eric Allen, Adam Schefter and Seth Wickersham were the only brave souls to pick the Eagles. Not sure Allen counts since he's sort of obligated to take the Eagles.
Mosley's pick: Eagles 27, Titans 17. With DeSean Jackson out with a concussion, Kolb will turn to his best friend on the team, Brent Celek. I don't think the Titans have anyone that can cover Celek down the seam.
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys: Only two panelists picked the Giants to win at Cowboys Stadium. Ron Jaworski is sitting this pick out since he's calling the game for ESPN. Only Mark Schlereth and Eric Allen picked the Giants. Everyone seems to be leaning toward Dallas in this game, so I have to go a different direction.
Mosley's pick: Giants 31, Cowboys 20. The Giants' pass-rush will be too much for the Cowboys' offensive line. And Hakeem Nicks will put on a show at Cowboys Stadium. The only pick I feel better about this weekend is Baylor over Kansas State at Floyd Casey Stadium. And of course, Rangers over the Yankees. First pitch in 20 minutes!!