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Week 9 NFL Preview
By Mike Tanchevski

The number of undefeated teams is down to four as the season officially reaches the halfway point for every team.

Cleveland at Cincinnati

Cleveland is on the verge of dismantling the team. Manziel is starting for the banged up McCowen and the Browns are on their way to one of the league’s worst records. The Bengals are in rare air at 7-0 and may have the NFL’s most complete team. Cincinnati goes to 8-0 and Mike Pettine is one week closer to the unemployment line.

 Green Bay at Carolina

Green Bay is coming off their worst performance of the season against the Broncos’ defense; Rodgers only threw for 77 yards. Carolina’s defense is solid but not quite in Denver’s league. Green Bay has defensive issues as well, but the Packers are better equipped to exploit Carolina’s weaknesses.

 Washington at New England

Washington is coming off a bye week after fairly consistent performance through seven games. New England is playing at a high level offensively, their defense is ordinary. Washington is rested and has nothing to lose; the Redskins in the upset.

 Tennessee at New Orleans

The Titans fired head coach Ken Whisenhunt and are without the injured Marcus Mariota, plus they are bad. The Saints are hot and Drew Brees is coming off a 500 yard, seven touchdown performance, New Orleans will win the game by halftime.

 Miami at Buffalo

Buffalo beat the Dolphins in London. That was the Joe Philbin era, which ended with the hiring of Dan Campbell. Buffalo is in disarray and needs a win to keep the squad from packing in the season. Without solid QB play in Buffalo I like Miami to win in a romp.

St. Louis at Minnesota

The Vikings are only one game behind division leading Green Bay and the Rams are trying to keep pace with the Cardinals. St Louis plays great defense and Minnesota runs the ball very well, something has to give. The intangible is the play of Todd Gurley, who should have a big day in Minnesota. The Rams continue to win.

Jacksonville at NY Jets

The Jets were surprisingly defeated by the Raiders for their second consecutive loss. Their strength lies in their defense and they will dominate a less talented opponent in Jacksonville. The only hope the Jaguars have is to keep the game close on defense as New York searches for a quarterback. The Jets find a way to win despite their lack of offensive production.

 Oakland at Pittsburgh

This historic NFL rivalry looks to be very competitive. The Raiders are led by Carr and Cooper and are finally on the upswing. Pittsburgh got Roethlisberger back but lost LeVeon Bell for the season. I like the Steelers at home.

 NY Giants at Tampa Bay

New York forgot how to play defense in New Orleans, while Eli Manning threw six touchdowns and the Giants scored 49 points in the loss. Tampa Bay is 3-4 and is playing much better with Jameis Winston at the helm. New York will outscore the Buccaneers in the end.

Atlanta at San Francisco

San Francisco benched Colin Kaepernick and traded Vernon Davis; it looks as if they are waiving the white flag. Atlanta has lost back-to-back games and need to right the ship, they shouldn’t have a problem this week on the road.

 Denver at Indianapolis

Indianapolis fired their offensive coordinator with the hope of changing their fortunes. That won’t be enough against the NFL’s best defense. Peyton Manning is out to prove to everyone that he can still play at a high level, what better place than Indianapolis to prove his point. The Colts can’t stop anyone on defense and Andrew Luck looks terrible. Denver wins big at Indy.

Philadelphia at Dallas

This game doesn’t have the appeal that it should have. Dallas is keeping games close but they continue to lose. Dez Bryant is back but Tony Romo is still several weeks away from competing. Philadelphia hasn’t shown the consistency that was expected. Sam Bradford and DeMarco Murray haven’t been the dynamic duo that they were expected to be. Dallas should win at home and stay in the division race.

 Chicago at San Diego

This matchup must have ESPN hoping for an east coast power outage. As unappealing as the contest appears on paper, it may turn into a fairly entertaining contest. Philip Rivers and Jay Cutler are both playing well and may turn the game into a shootout. I’ll take the Chargers at home

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