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The undefeated list is down to three as the NFL begins the second half of play. The season is taking its toll as injuries are beginning to mount and take teams out of contention. Week 10 has several divisional matchups that may prove to be exciting games.
Buffalo at NY Jets
Rex Ryan named IK Enemkpali captain for the Bills visit to New York, he’ll need more than gamesmanship to score on the Jets defense. The matchup will be the Bills running game against the Jets run defense. Both teams are solid defensively which should translate into a low scoring game. Take the Jets at home.
Detroit at Green Bay
Green Bay’s lost two consecutive games on the road; this game is not on the road. Detroit has begun the process of dismissing coaches and Jim Caldwell may be next. The Lions are playing for draft position, while the Packers find themselves in a race for the division title. Green bay will not lose a third consecutive game.
Dallas at Tampa Bay
Jameis Winston continues to show improvement in a balanced offense, the Buccaneers are averaging 357 yards per game, 132 rushing. Dallas really misses Romo, even with the return of Dez Bryant they’re averaging 20 points per game. Tampa ends any playoff hope the Cowboys still entertain.
Carolina at Tennessee
Carolina is due for a letdown game and the Titans offense clicks with Mariota at the helm. The problem with Tennessee is turnovers and the Panthers convert turnovers into points. Kuechly and Davis combined with Carolina’s defensive front should be more than enough to keep the Panthers undefeated.
Chicago at St. Louis
St Louis plays physical football on defense, ask Teddy Bridgewater. Chicago’s offensive line has done an admirable job in protecting Jay Cutler; they are facing their biggest challenge in the Rams front. The Bears are playing on short rest following their win at San Diego and they continue to miss Matt Forte. I don’t love the Ram’s offense, but they are the better team in this matchup. St Louis wins this game on the strength of their defense.
New Orleans at Washington
Washington’s offense is terrible; New Orleans defense is terrible. The Saints’ offense, however, is not terrible. Brees has 10 TD’s in his last two games and almost 1000 yards passing. That should be enough to hand the Redskins another defeat.
Miami at Philadelphia
Philadelphia looks like their getting the flow of their offense; they are averaging 29 points in their last four games, three of which were wins. Miami is headed in the opposite direction following a 33-17 defeat by the Bills. Too many turnovers for the Dolphins will put them behind the eight ball against the Eagles quick strike offense. Miami continues to plummet with a loss at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh will be without LeVeon Bell and Ben Roethlisberger but they still have enough offense to throw at an undisciplined Cleveland defense. Teams have figured out that Johnny Manziel can’t beat them from the pocket; look for the Steelers defense to limit Manziel’s running game and confuse the second-year QB with a variety of coverage’s. Steelers win this surprisingly close game.
Jacksonville at Baltimore
This game should be taken off the NFL schedule. Both teams are 2-6 and have zero chance of attracting and audience outside their diehard fan base. Baltimore suffered another devastating blow with the loss of Steve smith Jr. Jacksonville still has a shot at the division title, they’re only two games behind the Colts. The Jaguars have more to play for in this matchup.
Minnesota at Oakland
Minnesota has won four consecutive games and is tied with Green Bay for the division lead. The Vikings dodged a bullet with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater passing the concussion protocol after he was knocked unconscious by the Rams last weekend. Derek Carr and Amari Cooper have the Raiders in contention for a Wildcard berth. This shapes up to be a solid matchup; I’ll take the Raiders at home.
New England at NY Giants
I’ve picked against New England for the last few weeks with no luck. The Giants have been the Patriots Super Bowl nemesis and with the return of Jason Pierre -Paul their pass rush should continue to improve. New England lost running back Dion Lewis for the season to a torn ACL. I’ll take the Giants to end New England perfection, again.
Kansas City at Denver
Denver’s defense couldn’t compensate for a less than stellar performance from Peyton Manning, who threw a pair of crucial interceptions against the Colts. The Broncos still lead the league with 17.4 points allowed per game. Kansas City had back-to-back wins over Pittsburgh and Detroit before last week’s bye. Denver wins at home.
Arizona at Seattle
Arizona is humming on offense; they’re the league’s second highest scoring team this season. Chris Johnson and Carson Palmer have complimented each other well. Seattle needs to develop a consistent offense to pair with their stingy defense. With Arizona holding a two game lead in the division race this is a crucial game for the Seahawks. Arizona looks to extend their lead with a win over Seattle.
Houston at Cincinnati
Tyler Eifert is pacing Cincinnati’s potent offense; the TE scored three touchdowns last week. He wouldn’t be where he is without the outstanding play of quarterback Andy Dalton, who’s second behind Tom Brady with a 111.0 quarterback rating. Houston still has a shot to win the AFC South despite their poor first half performance. I can’t see the Texans getting the win in Cincinnati, the Bengals move to 9-0.