Football bold predictions: 3 Top 20 teams bounced, 2 winless skids snapped
By HS football staff | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Joe Zedalis | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Going bolder than ever in Week 6
NJ.com writers peered into their crystal balls this week and came up with 27 bold predictions for Week 6 in New Jersey High School football. Among the predicitions, three Top 20 go down in defeat and three other struggling programs snap frustrating losing streaks. Check out all the bold predictions and share them with your football-loving friends.
Football: Moorestown at Woodrow Wilson
David Gard | For NJ Advance Media
Moorestown breaks into the win column
After nine wins and the No. 1 seed in South Jersey Group 4 a year ago, Moorestown was expected to contend again this season. But Moorestown is a hugely disappointing 0-5 in 2018 and probably needs to win its last three games to even have a chance to make the playoffs. We don’t know if the Quakers will come all the way back, but they’ll get win No. 1 this week at home against Absegami.
Mark R. Sullivan | For NJ Advanc
Spotswood (0-5) will receive strong play from junior quarterback Tallen Smith, senior fullback Eddie Rogers, senior wide receiver Mike Harris and others to defeat 0-4 Metuchen and snap a six-game losing streak Saturday afternoon in Metuchen. The skid began last year with a 44-0 loss to Lincoln, one game after edging this same Metuchen team, 31-22.
Spotswood has displayed offensive pop several times this season, though fizzled last week against Middlesex, 47-7, and now hopes for a rebound. One game earlier, Smith threw two touchdown passes, one each to Rogers and Anthony Dove, and Rogers ran for a score to lead the offense in a 28-21 loss to Bishop Ahr. The Chargers lost one week earlier to South River, 42-21.
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