Well, after a few weeks out of commission, El Quester is back on the prowl. We have a huge amount of divisional games this week. A few teams are playing for pride, while others are still jockeying for position for a playoff spot. With no clear cut favorites in the NFC...besides the Packers with a (9-1) record, everyone else is playing to determine the lineup in their division as well as earn a potential playoff spot. A couple of teams in the NFC West with (7-3) records, the Cards & the Seahawks, look to be battling for the top spot in their division. The NFC South, it looks like everyone has a (5-5) record and every game from this point on is important to each team. Let's take a look at this weeks NFC divisional games: Washington Redskins Vs. Dallas Cowboys Two teams that I thought would be at the top of this division, look to be fighting for last place in the NFC East. The Skins are on a 3 game losing streak...and I think this week they will show the Cowboys that they don't want to be in last place. Look for RGIII to show some progress with the offense and lead his team to victory. Skins Minnesota Vikings Vs. Chicago Bears Another (4-6) (3-7) battle for last place in this division. I see the Vikings pulling this one off..but only if they can contain that mean ass Devin Hester. He's a problem and a half to deal with. But the Vikings have a beast in Peterson that will continue to run over anything in his way. Chris Ponder will look to get the short game going but will rely heavily on Peterson to make shit happen. Got the Vikes in this one! Vikes Atlanta Falcons Vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers So, the NFC South seems to really be up for grabs..and this game has a lot riding on it. This meeting sets up the first of the two games that these teams will play; with the other game being the season finale. All I’m gonna say is “get your popcorn ready!” These two teams are gonna scrap until the end..but Big Ass Vincent Jackson will be the deciding factor; and will be the reason the Buccs come out the winners in the end. The Falcons have all the tools on offense to be a high-powered team to fuck with offensively, but the Buccs nearly double them in passing TD’s and rushing TD’s and have a thing for moving the chains. The Falcons will have to wait to try and get some revenge come week 17. For this game.. Buccs St. Louis Rams Vs. Arizona Cardinals With all due respect to the Rams…I just don’t see Arizona slowing down this week. The Cards will continue putting the ‘W’ in winning this week to bring the Rams to (1-10) on the season. The Rams seem to be in a battle for the #1 draft spot for the off-season with the Browns. The Cards defense will set the tempo for this game and be the reason the offense is in sync. Cards That’s it this week folks!