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Week 9 of the NFL season easily could have treated us better as we finished with just a 6-7 record. The Houston Texans blew a huge lead against the Indianapolis Colts after their coach had to be carted off the field at halftiime, while the Buffalo Bills lost and failed to cover the odds despite not allowing a single offensive touchdown. Not much has gone right for us this year but there is still plenty of time to turn it around and we'll start with week 10.
NFL Record Year-to-Date: 47-54
Washington Redskins -1.5 at Minnesota Vikings
These teams both lack defenses but I trust the Redskins' offense more since they have a capable quarterback. Go with Washington to get the road win.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans -12
The Jaguars can't do anything right and won't move the ball at all here. Tennessee should win by 20 or more at home.
Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers -1
Philadelphia hasn't stopped anyone all season from moving the ball really so I think the Packers can find a way to win at home with their backup quarterback.
Buffalo Bills at Pittsburgh Steelers -3
E.J. Manuel might be coming back for the Bills in week 10 but their offense still won't be able to move the ball here. The Steelers win by 6 in a low-scoring game.
Oakland Raiders at New York Giants -7
Betting on the Raiders is a dangerous idea and even the injured Giants should be able to blow this team out. Oakland is just terrible on both sides of the ball.
St. Louis Rams at Indianapolis Colts -9.5
The Rams are fighting hard but they don't have much of an offense. Their defense seems unlikely to hold up on the road against this Colts team so take Indianapolis.
Seattle Seahawks -5.5 at Atlanta Falcons
The Seahawks have a ton of injuries along the offensive line but Atlanta can't stop anyone so look for Seattle to win in a blowout.
Cincinnati Bengals -1.5 at Baltimore Ravens
The Bengals are much improved and might be the best team in the division this year but going on the road against a Baltimore squad desperate for a win is a tall order. The Ravens win by 10 here.
Detroit Lions -1 at Chicago Bears
Detroit has their starting quarterback healthy but Chicago has looked good with Josh McCown at the helm. Ultimately I'm taking the Lions because they are the healthier squad.
Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers -6
The Panthers won't be able to move the ball much here but I'm not sure the 49ers will do much better. Carolina looks good as a 6-point underdog in a game likely to be decided by a field goal.
Houston Texans at Arizona Cardinals -3
The Cardinals play extremely tough at home and Houston just can't get out of their own way. The Texans have the talent to be one of the best teams in the NFL I'm going against them until they prove they can eliminate silly mistakes.
Denver Broncos -7 at San Diego Chargers
San Diego has been a solid team this year and Denver's secondary is iffy but the Broncos will be able to blow this team out using their top tier passing attack.
Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints -6.5
On one hand this could be a shootout with Tony Romo keeping pace with Drew Brees, but on the other I could see New Orleans scoring 50 at home and forcing Dallas into silly mistakes. The Saints win 52-31.
Miami Dolphins -2.5 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Two of the worst teams in football meet up here and I think the Buccaneers can get it done at home in a defensive battle. Miami's offensive line is just down too many guys to move the ball right now.