Ravens @ Browns:
The Cleveland Browns are coming off of a bye week and going up against the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens just lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in an attempt to put the game away with a two point conversion that would’ve made the score 20-19 with only twenty six seconds left to go. Lamar Jackson overthrew tight end Mark Andrews just by a foot. The Browns before the bye week had lost to the Ravens in a sloppy game by both offenses that defensive minded gurus love to see. Lamar Jackson in that game threw four picks which was undoubtedly the worst performance of his career so far. The Browns’ defense will look to have that same performance this week and the offense will look to step up after the bye. The Browns are -2.5 favorites to win this game at home.
Bills @ Buccaneers:
The Buffalo Bills didn’t have a great game against the New England Patriots on Monday night. The defense allowed over two-hundred rushing yards, but only allowed fourteen points. Statistically they didn’t have a good game but on the scoreboard it shows they needed to make stops when they needed to. Quarterback Josh Allen made some amazing plays that won’t go on the highlight tape because either the receiver dropped the ball or the defender just made a good play on the ball. All the way in the South the Tampa Bay Buccaneers flew by the Atlanta Falcons beating them 30-17. The Buccaneers offense has not shown any signs of slowing down with a forty four year-old Tom Brady at helm for them leading the NFL in the MVP race. The Bills’ defense is going to have to step it up not only in the run game but the passing game this week since the Buccaneers are one of the best passing teams in the league. The Buccaneers are a -3.5 favorite to win over the Bills.
Rams @ Cardinals:
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray and wide receiver Deandre Hopkins are back in the lineup after being hurt for a few weeks and they definitely showed their impact as Deandre Hopkins had a touchdown and Kyler Murray had a passing and rushing touchdown against the Chicago Bears in a 33-22 win. The Cardinals have barely shown any reasons of why they aren’t the best team in the NFC and maybe even the NFL as they have the best record in the league at 10-2. The Rams have struggled the past few weeks going 0-3 since they traded for Von Miller who came over from the Denver Broncos. They finally broke their losing streak against the Jacksonville Jaguars winning 37-7. While most may not be impressed by the win since the Jaguars are 2-10, this win should boost up the morale for the Rams heading into the week fourteen primetime game against the Cardinals on Monday night. This should be a high scoring shootout between the two teams as they are two of some of the best offenses in football. The Rams are +3 point underdogs going into this matchup.