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Who's top dog: Week 5 results

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

Whizzer was outstanding in Week 5, going a perfect 5-0 while Callie was 3-2. Overall, Whizzer is 18-7 and Callie is 12-13.

Here are their picks for Week 5.

 

CALLIE

New Orleans 26, Bears 18: Bears 

Green Bay 22, Detroit 9: Packers

San Francisco 34, Seattle 3: 49ers

Indianapolis 34, Seattle 28: Colts

Denver 51, Dallas 48: Cowboys

Week results: 3-2

 

WHIZZER

New Orleans 26, Bears 18: Saints

Green Bay 22, Detroit 9: Packers

San Francisco 34, Seattle 3: 49ers

Indianapolis 34, Seattle 28: Colts

Denver 51, Dallas 48: Broncos

Week results: 5-0

 

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