Week 2 NFL Picks: week after our contributors were unanimous in picking the Green Bay Packers to beat the Chicago Bears Womens Antonio Morrison Jersey , there is much less consensus leading up to the team’s week two matchup with the Minnesota Vikings. Aaron Rodgers led a remarkable comeback at Lambeau Field to validate our week one pick, but with a sprained knee and a tougher defense coming to town this Sunday, we have several contributors expecting a Vikings victory.Five out of our 14 contributors have the Vikings winning this week, so direct your hate mail to Tex, Jason, Jon Meerdink, Mike, and Shawn. However, that leaves us with an overall vote of 8-6 in favor of Green Bay moving to 2-0 despite the tough matchup on deck this Sunday afternoon.Across the NFL, APC has five unanimous selections this week. First up is the Chargers defeating the Bills in Josh Allen’s first start for Buffalo on Sunday afternoon; however, we also picked the Saints beating the Browns Womens Corey Linsley Jersey , the Eagles over the Buccaneers, a Rams victory over the Cardinals, and the Broncos defeating the Raiders.Check out the rest of our picks below and give us your predictions for this week’s games in the comments.Week 2 NFL PicksGameTexJasonPeterKrisBobJon BJon MJordanMatubMikePaulShawnWendiZachAPC PickGameTexJasonPeterKrisBobJon BJon MJordanMatubMikePaulShawnWendiZachAPC PickWeek 1 LeaderboardFirst place (12-3-1): Jon MeerdinkT-2nd place (11-4-1): Jason Hirschhorn, Jordan Smith, MatubT-5th place (10-5-1): Evan “Tex” Western, Paul Noonan, Shawn WagnerT-8th place (9-6-1): Peter Bukowski, Kris Burke, Bob Fitch, Mike Vieth12th place (8-7-1): Wendi Hansen13th place (6-9-1): Zach RapportOverall APC pick record: 9-6-1FanPulse PredictionsNot surprisingly, both Packers and Vikings fans see a tight game this weekend Womens Muhammad Wilkerson Jersey , but both sides favor their own teams just slightly. Here are the results of this week’s FanPulse surveys from our readers here at APC and those at the Daily Norseman:Daily Norseman FanPulse: Vikings by 5Acme Packing Company FanPulse: Packers by 1Packers will sign veteran CB Bashaud Breeland, per report The Packers have agreed to contract terms with veteran cornerback Bashaud Breeland after reportedly deciding cornerback Davon House would head to injured reserve with a shoulder injury.The move was first reported by ESPN’s Rob Demovsky.Breeland was one of several corners the Packers worked out on Tuesday, along with a handful of offensive linemen and one other notable name: defensive lineman Quinton Dial, who spent the 2017 season in Green Bay.It’s a considerable good break for the Packers that Breeland is available at all. He had agreed to a three-year, $24 million contract with the Carolina Panthers in the offseason only to have the deal voided when he failed a physical due to an infected cut on his foot. A fifth-year player out of Clemson, Breeland is not an overwhelming athlete (just a 4.53 in the 40-yard dash at the 2014 Combine) but made his living in Washington getting his hands on the football. He started 58 games over four seasons there, intercepting eight passes and averaging just under 15 passes defensed per season.His lone interception in his final season with Washington was one to remember: in Week 14 he snagged an errant pass and sprinted 96 yards for a touchdown.Breeland’s one postseason appearance with Washington came against Green Bay in the 2015 playoffs. Deep in the fourth quarter with the Packers attempting to run the clock out, Breeland forced running back Eddie Lacy to fumble, then recovered the ball himself. He had four other tackles in the game.Terms of the contract have not yet been reported.