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Who's top dog: Week 3

Each week, RedEye's prognosticating pooch, Whizzer, goes toe to toe (paw to paw?) with Rob Cressy's miniature schnauzer, Callie, to see who picks NFL games more accurately.

Callie made up ground on Whizzer in Week 3, going 3-2 (Whizzer was 2-3). Overall, Whizzer is 9-5 and Callie is 8-7. 

Here are their picks for Week 3 and how they pooches fared.

CALLIE

Bears at Pittsburgh: Bears

Green Bay at Cincinnati: Packers (wrong)

Detroit at Washington: Lions

Houston at Baltimore: Ravens

Indianapolis at San Francisco: Niners (wrong)

 

WHIZZER

Bears at Pittsburgh: Bears

Green Bay at Cincinnati: Packers (wrong)

Detroit at Washington: Redskins (wrong)

Houston at Baltimore: Ravens

Indianapolis at San Francisco: Niners (wrong)

 

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