Galli's "Who's Hot" Picks:
Davone Bess, Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver
Miami at Cincinnati - 1 p.m. Paul Brown Stadium
Owen Daniels, Houston Texans Tight End
Houston at New York Jets - 8:30 p.m. Monday Night Football @ MetLife Stadium
Brandon Weeden, Cleveland Browns Quarterback
Cleveland at New York Giants - 1 p.m. MetLife Stadium
Solano's "Who's Not" Picks:
Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers Quarterback
Seattle at Carolina - 4:05 p.m. Bank of America Stadium
Rashard Medenhall, Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh - 1 p.m. Heinz Field
Mark Sanchez, New York Jets Quarterback
Houston at N.Y. Jets - 8:30 p.m. Monday Night Football @ MetLife Stadium
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