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We’ve got the 49ers and the Giants on this evening. They’re coming into the game with a combined record of 3-14, so that should be super fun. Nick Mullens! Eli Manning! But seriously, George Kittle and Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham. So maybe we’ll see some fireworks.

Not much is on the line in this game, other than perhaps the future of the quarterbacks. Mullens can solidify his place in the league with another solid start, while Manning could lose his if he doesn’t manage to get things going.

It will once again be the Nick Mullens show this week, as the undrafted free agent’s spectacular debut start against the Raiders 11 days ago earned him the right to continue under center. Mullens completed 16 of 22 passes for 262 yards and three touchdowns against the Raiders, posting a 151.9 passer rating. That was the second-best rating in the history of the NFL for a player making his first start, behind only Marcus Mariota. The question now becomes this: Can he do it again?

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It’s difficult to know what we can take away from that first start because, well, it was against the Raiders. Oakland has allowed its opponents to complete 65 percent of their passes at an absurd average of 9.1 yards per attempt this season, while also allowing 21 touchdown passes against just five interceptions. That’s “good” for an average passer rating of 113.0, which is the equivalent of turning every quarterback into the best quarterback in NFL history. (Aaron Rodgers has the highest passer rating of all time at 103.5.)

There’s still one game left for Vegas and bettors to cash in on Week 10. It’s Monday Night Football between the Giants and 49ers. Sportsline’s advanced computer model simulated the game 10,000 times and says one side of the spread has all the value. See which one it is.

The Giants’ pass defense hasn’t been great, but it also hasn’t been anywhere close to as bad as that of the Raiders, and should provide a tougher test for Mullens in his second start. New York ranks 27th in pass defense DVOA, per Football Outsiders, and has struggled the most against No. 1 wideouts and players in the slot. That does not necessarily play to San Francisco’s strengths as an offense, as their passing attack tends to run through tight end George Kittle, with a sprinkle of misdirection plays used to get their running backs or fullback Kyle Juszczyk out of the backfield on wheel routes, or deep shots to their burners on the outside.

The Giants have actually been pretty good against tight ends this season, which is a massive change from a year ago when starting “tight end playing against the Giants” might have been enough to win you a fantasy football league all on its own. Last year, the Giants allowed an average line of five catches for 58 yards to tight ends, while also giving up 12 touchdowns to players at the position. Only one tight end has scored against New York so far this season, and players at the position are averaging almost a half-catch per game fewer than they did a year ago.

Kittle, though, has proven himself to be one of the best receiving tight ends in football, and the 49ers design screens and quick-hitting routes to get the ball in his hands so he can make hay after the catch. This is a different kind of matchup than any they’ve faced so far. The best places to attack the New York pass defense are still short and over the middle, and again, that means a lot of Kittle, and probably a bunch of the running backs and Juszczyk as well.

With both projected starter Jerick McKinnon and recent hot-hand Raheem Mostert on injured reserve, the running game is now based around only Matt Breida and Alfred Morris. Morris has been uninvolved of late while Breida has been playing obviously hampered by injury and has seemingly limped off the field at some point in five straight games. The Giants have been solid against the run this season … but much of their solidity was with Damon Harrison in the middle of the defense. They gave up 182 yards on the ground (5.5 per carry) to Washington in Week 8 after Harrison was traded.

I can’t believe we’re back here writing about the Giants offense again, but that’s what happens when a New York team plays a bunch of prime-time games. We’ve got to sit and watch Eli Manning and the offensive line undermine the greatness of Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham Jr.

Everything we’ve written in this space all season about the Giants still applies. Barkley has been phenomenal overall, but inconsistent on a play-to-play basis. In eight games, he has 519 yards on the ground and 497 through the air. He’s the first rookie in NFL history with 500-plus and 400-plus through the first eight games of his career. He’s also the 17th player of any experience level to put up those numbers in his team’s first eight games of the year. He’s averaging over 4.5 yards per carry and is on pace for more than 100 catches, which is something that only LaDainian Tomlinson has done in the history of the running back position.

But as we’ve written before, so much of his value is tied to volume and a propensity to break big plays. Far too often, he is stopped at or behind the line of scrimmage. Among 36 qualified players, Barkley ranks 29th in Football Outsiders’ Success Rate on running plays. To put that in perspective, he’s tied with the Bucs’ Peyton Barber. So, yeah, that’s not great. A full 28 percent of Barkley’s carries have gone for a loss or no gain, one of the highest rates in the NFL. (If Barkley was a team by himself, it would be the third-highest percentage ahead of only the Eagles and Bucs.) Of course, he also has nine runs of 15 yards or more, three of which have gone for touchdowns.

And Barkley’s overall greatness has not lifted the quality of the offense. Last year, New York ranked 21st in yards per game, 31st in points per game, and 23rd in DVOA. This year, the Giants rank 21st in yards per game, 27th in points per game, and 23rd in DVOA. They’re basically the same offense.

And while Eli Manning’s passing numbers look better than they have in a few years, that’s coming amid the best passing season in the history of football. His net yards per attempt figure is below average, he’s checking down more than almost any quarterback in the league, and he cannot seem to find the end zone at all. Having Evan Engram back healthy should help but Manning’s been working with Beckham and Sterling Shepard all year and has still not been able to do all that much yet. If you think Engram is suddenly making him competent, you haven’t been paying attention.

This really feels like do or die time for this iteration of the New York offense. It’s very easy to see them making a change under center very soon if they can’t manage to dent the scoreboard with crooked numbers against a San Francisco defense that has not been very good this season. Given New York’s history, we shouldn’t expect them to do so.

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We’ve got the 49ers and the Giants on this evening. They’re coming into the game with a combined record of 3-14, so that should be super fun. Nick Mullens! Eli Manning! But seriously, George Kittle and Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham. So maybe we’ll see some fireworks.

Not much is on the line in this game, other than perhaps the future of the quarterbacks. Mullens can solidify his place in the league with another solid start, while Manning could lose his if he doesn’t manage to get things going.

It will once again be the Nick Mullens show this week, as the undrafted free agent’s spectacular debut start against the Raiders 11 days ago earned him the right to continue under center. Mullens completed 16 of 22 passes for 262 yards and three touchdowns against the Raiders, posting a 151.9 passer rating. That was the second-best rating in the history of the NFL for a player making his first start, behind only Marcus Mariota. The question now becomes this: Can he do it again?

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It’s difficult to know what we can take away from that first start because, well, it was against the Raiders. Oakland has allowed its opponents to complete 65 percent of their passes at an absurd average of 9.1 yards per attempt this season, while also allowing 21 touchdown passes against just five interceptions. That’s “good” for an average passer rating of 113.0, which is the equivalent of turning every quarterback into the best quarterback in NFL history. (Aaron Rodgers has the highest passer rating of all time at 103.5.)

There’s still one game left for Vegas and bettors to cash in on Week 10. It’s Monday Night Football between the Giants and 49ers. Sportsline’s advanced computer model simulated the game 10,000 times and says one side of the spread has all the value. See which one it is.

The Giants’ pass defense hasn’t been great, but it also hasn’t been anywhere close to as bad as that of the Raiders, and should provide a tougher test for Mullens in his second start. New York ranks 27th in pass defense DVOA, per Football Outsiders, and has struggled the most against No. 1 wideouts and players in the slot. That does not necessarily play to San Francisco’s strengths as an offense, as their passing attack tends to run through tight end George Kittle, with a sprinkle of misdirection plays used to get their running backs or fullback Kyle Juszczyk out of the backfield on wheel routes, or deep shots to their burners on the outside.

The Giants have actually been pretty good against tight ends this season, which is a massive change from a year ago when starting “tight end playing against the Giants” might have been enough to win you a fantasy football league all on its own. Last year, the Giants allowed an average line of five catches for 58 yards to tight ends, while also giving up 12 touchdowns to players at the position. Only one tight end has scored against New York so far this season, and players at the position are averaging almost a half-catch per game fewer than they did a year ago.

Kittle, though, has proven himself to be one of the best receiving tight ends in football, and the 49ers design screens and quick-hitting routes to get the ball in his hands so he can make hay after the catch. This is a different kind of matchup than any they’ve faced so far. The best places to attack the New York pass defense are still short and over the middle, and again, that means a lot of Kittle, and probably a bunch of the running backs and Juszczyk as well.

With both projected starter Jerick McKinnon and recent hot-hand Raheem Mostert on injured reserve, the running game is now based around only Matt Breida and Alfred Morris. Morris has been uninvolved of late while Breida has been playing obviously hampered by injury and has seemingly limped off the field at some point in five straight games. The Giants have been solid against the run this season … but much of their solidity was with Damon Harrison in the middle of the defense. They gave up 182 yards on the ground (5.5 per carry) to Washington in Week 8 after Harrison was traded.

I can’t believe we’re back here writing about the Giants offense again, but that’s what happens when a New York team plays a bunch of prime-time games. We’ve got to sit and watch Eli Manning and the offensive line undermine the greatness of Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham Jr.

Everything we’ve written in this space all season about the Giants still applies. Barkley has been phenomenal overall, but inconsistent on a play-to-play basis. In eight games, he has 519 yards on the ground and 497 through the air. He’s the first rookie in NFL history with 500-plus and 400-plus through the first eight games of his career. He’s also the 17th player of any experience level to put up those numbers in his team’s first eight games of the year. He’s averaging over 4.5 yards per carry and is on pace for more than 100 catches, which is something that only LaDainian Tomlinson has done in the history of the running back position.

But as we’ve written before, so much of his value is tied to volume and a propensity to break big plays. Far too often, he is stopped at or behind the line of scrimmage. Among 36 qualified players, Barkley ranks 29th in Football Outsiders’ Success Rate on running plays. To put that in perspective, he’s tied with the Bucs’ Peyton Barber. So, yeah, that’s not great. A full 28 percent of Barkley’s carries have gone for a loss or no gain, one of the highest rates in the NFL. (If Barkley was a team by himself, it would be the third-highest percentage ahead of only the Eagles and Bucs.) Of course, he also has nine runs of 15 yards or more, three of which have gone for touchdowns.

And Barkley’s overall greatness has not lifted the quality of the offense. Last year, New York ranked 21st in yards per game, 31st in points per game, and 23rd in DVOA. This year, the Giants rank 21st in yards per game, 27th in points per game, and 23rd in DVOA. They’re basically the same offense.

And while Eli Manning’s passing numbers look better than they have in a few years, that’s coming amid the best passing season in the history of football. His net yards per attempt figure is below average, he’s checking down more than almost any quarterback in the league, and he cannot seem to find the end zone at all. Having Evan Engram back healthy should help but Manning’s been working with Beckham and Sterling Shepard all year and has still not been able to do all that much yet. If you think Engram is suddenly making him competent, you haven’t been paying attention.

This really feels like do or die time for this iteration of the New York offense. It’s very easy to see them making a change under center very soon if they can’t manage to dent the scoreboard with crooked numbers against a San Francisco defense that has not been very good this season. Given New York’s history, we shouldn’t expect them to do so.

Giants vs 49ers

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Giants vs 49ers

We’ve got the 49ers and the Giants on this evening. They’re coming into the game with a combined record of 3-14, so that should be super fun. Nick Mullens! Eli Manning! But seriously, George Kittle and Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham. So maybe we’ll see some fireworks.

Not much is on the line in this game, other than perhaps the future of the quarterbacks. Mullens can solidify his place in the league with another solid start, while Manning could lose his if he doesn’t manage to get things going.

It will once again be the Nick Mullens show this week, as the undrafted free agent’s spectacular debut start against the Raiders 11 days ago earned him the right to continue under center. Mullens completed 16 of 22 passes for 262 yards and three touchdowns against the Raiders, posting a 151.9 passer rating. That was the second-best rating in the history of the NFL for a player making his first start, behind only Marcus Mariota. The question now becomes this: Can he do it again?

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It’s difficult to know what we can take away from that first start because, well, it was against the Raiders. Oakland has allowed its opponents to complete 65 percent of their passes at an absurd average of 9.1 yards per attempt this season, while also allowing 21 touchdown passes against just five interceptions. That’s “good” for an average passer rating of 113.0, which is the equivalent of turning every quarterback into the best quarterback in NFL history. (Aaron Rodgers has the highest passer rating of all time at 103.5.)

There’s still one game left for Vegas and bettors to cash in on Week 10. It’s Monday Night Football between the Giants and 49ers. Sportsline’s advanced computer model simulated the game 10,000 times and says one side of the spread has all the value. See which one it is.

The Giants’ pass defense hasn’t been great, but it also hasn’t been anywhere close to as bad as that of the Raiders, and should provide a tougher test for Mullens in his second start. New York ranks 27th in pass defense DVOA, per Football Outsiders, and has struggled the most against No. 1 wideouts and players in the slot. That does not necessarily play to San Francisco’s strengths as an offense, as their passing attack tends to run through tight end George Kittle, with a sprinkle of misdirection plays used to get their running backs or fullback Kyle Juszczyk out of the backfield on wheel routes, or deep shots to their burners on the outside.

The Giants have actually been pretty good against tight ends this season, which is a massive change from a year ago when starting “tight end playing against the Giants” might have been enough to win you a fantasy football league all on its own. Last year, the Giants allowed an average line of five catches for 58 yards to tight ends, while also giving up 12 touchdowns to players at the position. Only one tight end has scored against New York so far this season, and players at the position are averaging almost a half-catch per game fewer than they did a year ago.

Kittle, though, has proven himself to be one of the best receiving tight ends in football, and the 49ers design screens and quick-hitting routes to get the ball in his hands so he can make hay after the catch. This is a different kind of matchup than any they’ve faced so far. The best places to attack the New York pass defense are still short and over the middle, and again, that means a lot of Kittle, and probably a bunch of the running backs and Juszczyk as well.

With both projected starter Jerick McKinnon and recent hot-hand Raheem Mostert on injured reserve, the running game is now based around only Matt Breida and Alfred Morris. Morris has been uninvolved of late while Breida has been playing obviously hampered by injury and has seemingly limped off the field at some point in five straight games. The Giants have been solid against the run this season … but much of their solidity was with Damon Harrison in the middle of the defense. They gave up 182 yards on the ground (5.5 per carry) to Washington in Week 8 after Harrison was traded.

I can’t believe we’re back here writing about the Giants offense again, but that’s what happens when a New York team plays a bunch of prime-time games. We’ve got to sit and watch Eli Manning and the offensive line undermine the greatness of Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham Jr.

Everything we’ve written in this space all season about the Giants still applies. Barkley has been phenomenal overall, but inconsistent on a play-to-play basis. In eight games, he has 519 yards on the ground and 497 through the air. He’s the first rookie in NFL history with 500-plus and 400-plus through the first eight games of his career. He’s also the 17th player of any experience level to put up those numbers in his team’s first eight games of the year. He’s averaging over 4.5 yards per carry and is on pace for more than 100 catches, which is something that only LaDainian Tomlinson has done in the history of the running back position.

But as we’ve written before, so much of his value is tied to volume and a propensity to break big plays. Far too often, he is stopped at or behind the line of scrimmage. Among 36 qualified players, Barkley ranks 29th in Football Outsiders’ Success Rate on running plays. To put that in perspective, he’s tied with the Bucs’ Peyton Barber. So, yeah, that’s not great. A full 28 percent of Barkley’s carries have gone for a loss or no gain, one of the highest rates in the NFL. (If Barkley was a team by himself, it would be the third-highest percentage ahead of only the Eagles and Bucs.) Of course, he also has nine runs of 15 yards or more, three of which have gone for touchdowns.

And Barkley’s overall greatness has not lifted the quality of the offense. Last year, New York ranked 21st in yards per game, 31st in points per game, and 23rd in DVOA. This year, the Giants rank 21st in yards per game, 27th in points per game, and 23rd in DVOA. They’re basically the same offense.

And while Eli Manning’s passing numbers look better than they have in a few years, that’s coming amid the best passing season in the history of football. His net yards per attempt figure is below average, he’s checking down more than almost any quarterback in the league, and he cannot seem to find the end zone at all. Having Evan Engram back healthy should help but Manning’s been working with Beckham and Sterling Shepard all year and has still not been able to do all that much yet. If you think Engram is suddenly making him competent, you haven’t been paying attention.

This really feels like do or die time for this iteration of the New York offense. It’s very easy to see them making a change under center very soon if they can’t manage to dent the scoreboard with crooked numbers against a San Francisco defense that has not been very good this season. Given New York’s history, we shouldn’t expect them to do so.

Redskins vs Buccaneers

Redskins vs Buccaneers : The Washington Redskins vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Football mgame 2018 week 10.The Washington Redskins remain atop the NFC East, even after a blowout, as they go on the road to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 10. After a 5-2 start to the 2018 season, the Washington Redskins ran into a red-hot Atlanta Falcons last week and were embarrassed at home, 38-14.

The Redskins three game winning streak came to a painful halt last week against the Falcons at FedEx Field. The good news is they remain in 1st place in the NFC East at 5-3. The bad news is they lost 3 starters for the season(G Brandon Scherff, G Shawn Lauvao, and WR Paul Richardson Jr.). They travel to Tampa Bay to face the Buccaneers to try to get a needed win.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are looking to snap a two-game losing streak against a stingy Washington Redskins team.Ryan Fitzpatrick needs to keep the Bucs offense hot due to the daunting Washington front seven. The running lanes won’t be there on Sunday, so the offense will once again rely on the arm of Fitzpatrick.

The Redskins will play a different way. With Alex Smith in charge of the offense, Washington will control the clock and avoid turning the ball over. Turnovers have been one of the most significant issues for the Tampa Bay defense, expect some long, methodical drives this week because of it.
Any coach will tell you that the most important statistic in the NFL is wins, but beyond that oversimplification, plenty of figures can provide information before a big game.

With the Washington Redskins traveling to the Gulf Coast to take on the Tampa Bay Bucanneers, there are some stats that really jump out. Here we go:

Bucs QB Ryan Fitzpatrick has a career 4-1 record against the Redskins. He’s completed 65 percent of his passes for nearly 1,100 yards with 6 TDs against 3 INTs. This season, Fitzpatrick has thrown for nearly 1,800 yards with 17 TDs against 7 INTs in five starts.At -15, the Buccaneers have the worst turnover margin in the NFL. At +7, the Redskins are tied for 4th in the NFL.

Tampa is giving up 34.4 points-per-game, worst in the NFL. Washington is scoring 20 points-per-game, 25th in the league.Jordan Reed leads the Redskins in receiving with 33 catches for 340 yards and one touchdown. Mike Evans leads the Bucs with 47 catches for 786 yards and four touchdowns. That difference is not small.

Adrian Peterson needs one touchdown to tie Hall of Famer John Riggins for sixth on the NFL all-time list.The Redskins have lost every game this season where they didn’t score first.The Redskins have won every game this season where they did score first.Coming off a blowout home loss to the Atlanta Falcons, the Washington Redskins travel to Tampa Bay to face the Buccaneers this week, thus wrapping up all of their games against the NFC South in 2018.

This division has proven to be troublesome for the Redskins, as they are just 1-2 against the teams within it. As prior games against the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons have shown, teams in this division can score in bunches. The Buccaneers are no different, even if their current quarterback situation is somewhat unsettled while Ryan Fitzpatrick starts for another week.

The Redskins are still atop the division at 5-3. Their last big loss before the Falcons game provided them with an excellent opportunity to learn and grow as a team, and they responded the right way, by going on an impressive three-game winning streak while playing stout defense throughout.
The Redskins, however, were devastated by injuries against Atlanta, so this game has a much different feel to it. If the Redskins want to win this crucial swing game and maintain their division lead, here are five keys to victory on Sunday.

Media outlets are predicting the Buccaneers will come out firing against the Redskins Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. The Bucs are 2-1 at home this season and are looking to add another one to the win column.

Leading the NFC East, the 5-3 Redskins are coming off a loss to the Atlanta Falcons before heading back down south. Washington listed 13 players on their Thursday injury report and have been struggling to put up points on the board as a result.

DE Jason Pierre-Paul will surely try to take advantage of Washington’s injury-plagued offensive line to add to his eight sacks on the season for the 3-5 Bucs. See below for the full list of expert picks.
It’s safe to say that last week was a major step back for the Redskins. In a highly anticipated matchup with the Falcons, many were hoping that the team would show they were ready for the limelight. After all, they were on a three-game winning streak and had a chance to gain even more ground in the NFC East with the Eagles on bye.

Instead, the team disappointed en route to a 38-14 loss. The defense looked out of sorts and the offensive line suffered numerous injuries and lost both starting guards for the season as a result. That’s a huge loss for the squad and could be a factor down the road.

Heading into Week 10, the Redskins will have to win if they want to keep pacing the NFC East. The Eagles and Cowboys are meeting in a critical Sunday-night matchup, but the ‘Skins will have a chance to render the results of that relatively moot (at least for the moment) if they can knock off the Buccaneers.

The Bucs started the season off with a surprising win over the Saints, but since that time they have been in turmoil. They lack a strong defense and Dirk Koetter’s offense is too prone to turnovers and lacks a running game. So, needless to say, Washington should have a chance to win here.

With all that said, here’s a look at the top matchups to  and a score prediction for Redskins vs. Buccaneers.

Bills vs Jets

Bills vs Jets : Live,The New York Jets (3-6) — led by quarterback Josh McCown, wide receiver Jermaine Kearse and tight end Chris Herndon — meet the Buffalo Bills (2-7) in an AFC East matchup in NFL Week 10 action on Sunday, November 11, 2018 (11/11/18) at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Bills, coming off a loss to the Chicago Bears, are led by quarterback Nathan Peterman and wide receiver Zay Jones.

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When: Sunday at 2:00 PM ET
Where: MetLife Stadium, New Jersey
TV: CBS
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East Rutherford, N.J. — Veteran journeyman quarterback Matt Barkley will start for the Buffalo Bills (2-7) Sunday against the New York Jets (3-6).

The Bills were hoping to have rookie quarterback Josh Allen back from an elbow injury but he was declared out Sunday. Instead of going with Nathan Peterman again, Buffalo coach Sean McDermott decided to plug Barkley in at QB after ust two weeks on the team.

The Jets turn to veteran quarterback Josh McCown with their rookie quarterback Sam Darnold nursing a foot injury. McCown will face the Bills’ second-ranked defense that’s holding teams to 212 passing yards per game this season.

After two weeks on the road, the Jets is heading back home. They will square off against Buffalo at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday. The Jets have seen their point totals decreasing over the past three games, a vulnerability Buffalo are surely hoping to exploit.

Things haven’t been easy for the Jets, and their matchup last Sunday only extended their streak of losses to three. They came up short against Miami, falling 6-13.

Meanwhile, the oddsmakers predicted a rough contest for Buffalo, and boy were they were right. They ended up on the wrong side of a painful 9-41 walloping at Chicago’s hands. Buffalo were in a tough position by the half, with the score sitting at 0-28.

With the two teams each stumbling in off of a loss, both will be hungry for the win. Both of these teams made a habit out of coughing up the ball last game, so whoever can hold on the rock might walk away a winner.

Cardinals vs Chiefs

Cardinals vs Chiefs : The Kansas City Chiefs take on the Arizona Cardinals at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The Kansas City Chiefs (8-1) put their undefeated record at home this year on the line Sunday afternoon as they play host to the Arizona Cardinals (2-6), who are looking for their second-straight victory after a tough start to their season.

Little known fact about Josh Rosen, but he didn’t win a single road game for UCLA in 2017. His NFL road record is 1-1, but let’s not act like playing in Arrowhead stadium is a normal road game. This is the loudest stadium in the world with a noticeable homefield advantage, especially for the Chiefs’ defense. All of the key statistics (sacks, interceptions, forced fumbles, 3rd down) go up when they’re playing at home.

The biggest concern that Arizona will face in this game is it’s porous offensive line. Protecting Josh Rosen against a Chiefs team that’s getting pressure on the quarterback as good as any team in the NFL could prove challenging.
I expect the Cardinals to do a bit better than they have in previous weeks because of their bye week, but I still don’t think they have the firepower on offense to keep up with this Chiefs team. They’ll need to find success at all three phases if they’re going to have a chance against the Chiefs in Arrowhead.
Headed into the home stretch, Kansas City looks as good as any team in the NFL and hosts the up-and-coming Arizona Cardinals on Sunday in a game that could be a blowout. The Chiefs have pieces on offense that other teams can only dream about. Even with Josh Rosen and David Johnson, Arizona’s offense is anemic compared to the Kansas City juggernaut orchestrated by Patrick Mahomes.

Both teams sport young quarterbacks and an established running game, but thats pretty much where the similarities end. Arizona doesn’t have a world-beating defense, but has Patrick Peterson and Chandler Jones healthy, which could cause problems for Mahomes and Kareem Hunt.

Expect about 60 points between these two teams, but for the wide majority of them to be marked for the home team. I’m calling this game 42-16 for Kansas City and expect a huge day for Mahomes and Tyreek Hill.
This is almost the same story as last week. The Chiefs are facing a wildly inferior team in a matchup that is considered a “trap game.” The difference this week is that Kansas City is at home.

I don’t expect the Chiefs to falter against Arizona, but I do expect David Johnson to have a strong game against K.C.’s poor defense. Still, Johnson and quarterback Josh Rosen won’t be able to keep up with one of the greatest offenses in recent memory.
The Chiefs didn’t fall in the trap last week on the road against the Cleveland Browns, so I don’t expect them to at home against a less talented Cardinals team. Even if Arizona plays it’s best game and Kansas City plays it’s worst, I think the Chiefs still win.

I don’t expect the Chiefs to play poorly, however. There’s no reason to believe their offense is going to slow down, even if the Cardinals have a decent pass defense. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes has shredded better secondaries and running back Kareem Hunt should feast against a below average run defense.

As for K.C.’s defense, it will be more of the same. Running back David Johnson will have a big day rushing and receiving, there will be plenty of missed tackles and a couple of blown coverages by the safeties and linebackers.

With that said, the Chiefs should be able get to quarterback Josh Rosen multiple times and come up with a couple of turnovers. They’ll win comfortably.This game is a fine opportunity for Kansas City’s defense to shine. Faced with a struggling Cardinals team doomed to have a losing season, this is great practice for Bob Sutton’s defense to continue trending upwards.

Offensively, I’m not concerned. While it wasn’t even his best match last week, Patrick Mahomes dazzled. With a bevy of key players on as a gametime decision status regarding their injury, I expect Andy Reid to diversify his options just as much as he has done before.

I’m most excited about the possibility of Mahomes breaking a long-standing franchise record. At 29 passing TDs, number 15 only needs two more to break Super Bowl winning QB Len Dawson’s record of 30 in one season. Given his track record, I’m fairly confident Mahomes will do soThe Arizona Cardinals come to Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday with a significant task at hand as they try to slow the NFL’s most prolific offense—perhaps in several years.

The Kansas City Chiefs are making quick work of most opponents these days with Patrick Mahomes under center and a strong all-star cast of offensive weapons around their star QB.We recently asked Cardinals expert Scott Allen of our sister site, Raising Zona, to find out more about the team’s state of mind these days, their chances on Sunday for a win and to gauge how fans are feeling about Josh Rosen midway through his rookie year.

The Chiefs are not only plowing through most of their 2018 schedule — they’re making winners out of their supporters in Las Vegas, too.But this is an entirely new challenge in that realm.

The Chiefs are favored 16 1/2 points against visiting Arizona on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. It’s the largest favorite the Chiefs have ever been, or at least since betting lines became widely available in 1985, according to BetDSI, which tracks the historical data. It surpasses a 1992 meeting with the New England Patriots in which the Chiefs were favored 16 points.

There is no sure thing in the NFL, but this is about as close as it gets. Over the past 10 seasons, there have been 21 teams favored by at least 16 points, and all but one of them won the football game, per BetDSI. The Buffalo Bills broke the perfect record earlier this year, upsetting Minnesota in Week 3.

Falcons vs Browns

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Since they last faced a team from the AFC North on the road, the Atlanta Falcons have made considerable strides in reviving their season. What seemed like a lost team after getting trounced by Pittsburgh is currently in the thick of the NFC playoff conversation following three consecutive wins.

the Browns and Falcons are heading in two opposite directions might be an understatement. There’s the streaks on each side. The Browns have dropped four games in a row since their dramatic overtime win against Baltimore. The Falcons have won three games

For all of their injuries, Dan Quinn’s group continues to show tremendous fortitude in overcoming numerous early-season setbacks. Most teams would crumble in their situation. Unlike most teams, the Falcons are battle-tested and well equipped to be competitive against any opponent.

They have an excellent opportunity to build on their most impressive win of the season against one of the most dysfunctional teams in the league. There is no telling how Cleveland is operating at the moment. After firing Hue Jackson and Todd Haley, the front office’s intentions were clear in wanting to eradicate every ounce of turmoil within their coaching staff. Choosing Gregg Williams to be their interim head coach guarantees that chaos will remain for another two months.

While Cleveland is waiting to see who will be its next head coach in January, Atlanta is trending in the right direction to play football in January. The biggest surprise coming out of the Falcons’ best performance of the season was how they shut down Washington’s ferocious defensive line. Matt Ryan was only sacked twice and hit four times on 40 drop backs. It was by far the offensive line’s most impressive showing of the season.

The Browns defense looks far better here than they do up front, but there are still some weaknesses to be exploited. If Ryan stays clean in the pocket, this match-up will go well for the Falcons as well. With the way the Falcons offensive line came together over the bye, there’s reason to be optimistic they can win this match up. Garrett is scary, but the rest of the unit is not anything the Falcons haven’t faced before.

Saints vs Bengals

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The 7-1 New Orleans Saints travel to Cincinnati to begin the back half of their 2018 schedule to face the 5-3 Bengals this Sunday. The Saints have been inconsistent defensively during their seven game winning streak, but have been able to come up with some timely stops to bolster their balanced offensive performance. The defense has still given up an average of 27 points per game, and ranks just 25th in total yardage. They now face a banged up Cincinnati offense that averages almost 28 points per game (10th best in the league), but is only 24th in total yards (344/game). While the overall numbers might look to favor the Saints, Cincinnati’s chance for offensive success could come from where New Orleans has been most vulnerable this year. Today, we have a look at how the NFC South leaders match up defensively against their AFC North opponents.

SAINTS PASS DEFENSE vs. BENGALS PASS OFFENSE

NFL: Cleveland Browns at New Orleans Saints
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New Orleans continues to give up passing yards at a high rate. Opponents have averaged 311 yards a game through the air against the 31st ranked Saints pass defense, and four quarterbacks have thrown for over 350 yards against them. The team’s secondary play continues to be a major concern. New Orleans has allowed 7 different receivers to break the 100-yd receiving mark, including four wideouts in the last three games. Cornerback Eli Apple, acquired late in October in a trade with the New York Giants, is starting to look more comfortable in his new defense. Defensive coordinator Dennis Allen is hoping that Apple can combine with Marshon Lattimore to give him a pair of solid man to man corners. Former starter Ken Crawley has been taken out of the defensive rotation the last two weeks due to poor performance, and it remains unclear how he fits into Allen’s defense the rest of this season. P.J. Williams, another cornerback who has struggled, had some good moments late in last week’s win over the Rams after a key interception return for a touchdown against Minnesota the week before. Williams has often been a coverage liability also, and is hobbled by a hamstring injury, but it’s clear that the coaches have more confidence in him than Crawley. Safeties Marcus Williams and Vonn Bell have given the defense better play on the back end in recent weeks, somewhat limiting the big plays deep, but the secondary as a whole has struggled with consistency and has not made big plays. The team has just 4 interceptions this year, after 20 pickoffs in 2017, and have often been extremely vulnerable late in each half. Pressure on the quarterback helps any secondary, and the Saints have provided that up front when the defense has performed well against the pass. Defensive end Cameron Jordan has five of the defense’s 17 sacks, 15 of which have come from the defensive line. The team will continue to be without rookie first round pick Marcus Davenport for the next few weeks while he recovers from a foot injury, but can still generate pressure from end Alex Okafor. Tackle Sheldon Rankins has four sacks, tied with Davenport for second on the team and tying his career high. Rankins and the team’s other defensive tackles have disrupted pass pockets all year. The Saints linebackers have not blitzed as often as they have in years past, but Demario Davis (2 sacks), A.J. Klein, Alex Anzalone, and Craig Robertson have all shown good ability to pressure the passer. More importantly to the New Orleans defense this season has been their ability to play well in coverage. They have been able to contain opposing backs and tight ends with effective coverage drops as well as well as solid man-to-man coverage when needed.

Cincinnati Bengals v Atlanta Falcons
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Cincinnati’s passing offense has been limited by injuries much of the year. Oft-injured tight end Tyler Eifert has been on injured reserve since week five with a broken ankle. His backup, Tyler Kroft, is sidelined with a foot injury and Pro Bowl wideout A.J. Green will miss this game with a broken toe. Third year wideout Tyler Boyd is emerging into a potential star for the team in their absence. Boyd has 620 yards and five scores on a team leading 49 receptions, and has at least 90 yards receiving in four games this season. He is a big target with the physicality to excel on intermediate routes and the athleticism to get deep. The Bengals receiving corps could get a boost with the expected return of big play threat John Ross, the 9th overall pick in 2017 draft. Ross has missed three games this year after missing nearly all of last season, and has just 7 catches for 79 yards. He has caught 3 touchdowns however, and was drafted for his deep speed and open field running skills. Reserve tight end C.J. Uzomah may not be the athletic threat of Eifert or Kroft, but is a big target that has 17 catches for 184 yards and two touchdowns. The Bengals don’t often use running backs Joe Mixon (19 receptions, 115 yards and a score) and Giovani Bernard (14-78) as primary receivers, but each can be playmakers in the open field. Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton is often maligned throughout the league, but has proven ability to put up big numbers. Dalton has completed just under 64% of his 292 attempts, throwing 17 touchdowns, for a passing game that has averaged 252 yards per game. The knock on Dalton has been his penchant for mistakes, and he has thrown 8 interceptions this season. He has also been under fierce pressure at times this year, getting sacked 16 times but several times under heavy harassment as he threw.

NFL: New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Chargers
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Green and Eifert’s absences are a huge loss for Dalton and the offense, but Boyd is a vastly underrated wideout, and Ross’ skillset is precisely what has tortured the Saints secondary all year. Lattimore and Apple have the one on one skills to match up against any receiver they face, but they need to be more consistent to allow Williams and Bell to help in other coverage areas from their safety positions. Boyd and Ross will challenge the Saints downfield coverage, but Dennis Allen may use his best two corners to get physical with the Bengal wideouts to alter their routes, with Marcus Williams taking deep responsibility.

SAINTS RUN DEFENSE vs. BENGALS RUN OFFENSE

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While the Saints pass defense has been a weak spot, the opposite can be said of the top ranked New Orleans run defense. Opponents average just 3.4 yards per carry against the Saints, and have managed only 76 yards per game on the ground, both league bests. The Saints have limited their last seven opponents to less than 100 yards rushing, even holding the Rams Todd Gurley, a midseason M.V.P. candidate, to just 68 yards rushing a week ago. The New Orleans linebackers have been devastating run defenders, led by Demario Davis, who is playing pro bowl caliber football. Rankins has been as destructive to opponent’s run blocking as he has to their pass protection, and Cam Jordan is one of the best all-around defensive ends in football. Jordan and Rankins are joined up front by tackles Taylor Stallworth, Tyeler Davison, David Onyemata, and end Alex Okafor, who have not only consistently won their showdowns up front to let the linebackers make plays, but often get fast penetration into the backfield to blow up the play.

NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Cincinnati Bengals
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The Bengals average 4.4 yards per carry, but are 30th in the league in rushing attempts, averaging only 93 yards per game. Mixon, in his second season, is Cincinnati’s primary rushing threat and has 509 yards and 4 touchdowns. Bernard is a solid change of pace back who makes defenders miss with his quickness, but is questionable for this game with a knee injury. The left side of Cincinnati’s line is it’s strength, led by veteran tackle Cordy Glenn and guard Clint Boling. Right guard Alex Redmond has been ruled out with a hamstring injury, and right tackle Bobby Hart is expected to have his hands full with Jordan. Another big matchup will be in the middle, where rookie 1st round pick center Billy Price will try to control the Saints’ Rankins for any hope of rushing success.

Patriots vs Titans

Patriots vs Titans: The New England Patriots will be heading to Music City on Sunday to face their old friends, Mike Vrabel and the Tennessee Titans, in the tenth week of the NFL season.

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The New England Patriots are definitely coming. The champions defending the AFC champions have now won six consecutive games, all in a very different way. The offense lasted for a while, with at least 38 straight for four consecutive weeks, but recently the defensive team led the New England team to victory. He played against Buffalo Bills in a football game on Monday night and then allowed Aaron Rogers to score 17 points in the Green Bay Packers game last week. In addition to their offense, the Patriots can beat almost everyone. They proved the only loss to the Kansas City Chiefs this season. But when the defense sizzles? They became the favorites of the Super Bowl.

And now on the road, it’s the Tennessee Titans, who beat them in the playoffs last season. However, this is a very different Titan team. Mike Mularkey, the most conservative coach of the National Football League, has been replaced by the more aggressive offensives devised by former patriots Mike Vrabel and Matt LaFleur. Last year, the Patriots walked effortlessly on the Titans. This year’s team will provide more battles.

The match between the Patriots and the Titans will start on CBS at 1 pm EST. Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts and Evan Washburn’s radio crew will answer the call. The home team will broadcast the radio on Sirius Channel 111 (New England), 94 (Tennessee) and XM Channel 387 (New England) radio stations. 232 (Tennessee). Since this game will not be broadcast nationwide, fans of the market will continue to play with NFL Sunday tickets.

Despite the presence of Tom Brady, the key to this game will be the match. The Titans on Monday swallowed Ezekiel Elliott in a game against the Dallas Cowboys, which currently has few top players. Jeremy Hill tore his anterior cruciate ligament during the first week. A week later, Rex Berkhead was placed in an injured reserve. Although he was removed from the club (we could not expect him to contribute immediately), Sony Michel had missed the knee of the last two games and he was injured. It is. The Patriots must be very creative in coordinating their current games.

So they turned wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson into the top of the race. This is the story of recent weeks: if the Titans can not have Patterson as the Packers a week ago, it does not matter what they can do with the offensive. They will not be able to win the game. If Patterson will become the NFL running back, the growth of the Titans seems to be a good starting point.

Friday, the Patriots announced that they released the half-helper just two days after the signing of the course. In turn, the New England team replaced Ferguson with receiver Damoun Patterson.

Ferguson played for the Patriots early in the week before entering the training force, but it seems that back extension does not seem so easy. Ferguson first retired from Illinois in 2016 and signed with the Indianapolis Colts, where he will spend the first two years of his career. With Indy’s help, Ferguson has played 26 games and has already spent 25 yards on 16 assists. He also trailed 152 yards on 23 of his 30 goals. He also showed his abilities as a rebounder as he scored 9 career goals in the NFL, earning him 166 yards, averaging 18.4 yards per lap. Ferguson’s recent stop at the National Football League before landing with the Patriots was a training camp for Houston, Texas.

Patriots vs Titans

Patriots vs Titans: The New England Patriots will be heading to Music City on Sunday to face their old friends, Mike Vrabel and the Tennessee Titans, in the tenth week of the NFL season.

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The New England Patriots are definitely coming. The champions defending the AFC champions have now won six consecutive games, all in a very different way. The offense lasted for a while, with at least 38 straight for four consecutive weeks, but recently the defensive team led the New England team to victory. He played against Buffalo Bills in a football game on Monday night and then allowed Aaron Rogers to score 17 points in the Green Bay Packers game last week. In addition to their offense, the Patriots can beat almost everyone. They proved the only loss to the Kansas City Chiefs this season. But when the defense sizzles? They became the favorites of the Super Bowl.

Patriots vs Titans Football Game

And now on the road, it’s the Tennessee Titans, who beat them in the playoffs last season. However, this is a very different Titan team. Mike Mularkey, the most conservative coach of the National Football League, has been replaced by the more aggressive offensives devised by former patriots Mike Vrabel and Matt LaFleur. Last year, the Patriots walked effortlessly on the Titans. This year’s team will provide more battles.

The match between the Patriots and the Titans will start on CBS at 1 pm EST. Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts and Evan Washburn’s radio crew will answer the call. The home team will broadcast the radio on Sirius Channel 111 (New England), 94 (Tennessee) and XM Channel 387 (New England) radio stations. 232 (Tennessee). Since this game will not be broadcast nationwide, fans of the market will continue to play with NFL Sunday tickets.

Despite the presence of Tom Brady, the key to this game will be the match. The Titans on Monday swallowed Ezekiel Elliott in a game against the Dallas Cowboys, which currently has few top players. Jeremy Hill tore his anterior cruciate ligament during the first week. A week later, Rex Berkhead was placed in an injured reserve. Although he was removed from the club (we could not expect him to contribute immediately), Sony Michel had missed the knee of the last two games and he was injured. It is. The Patriots must be very creative in coordinating their current games.

So they turned wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson into the top of the race. This is the story of recent weeks: if the Titans can not have Patterson as the Packers a week ago, it does not matter what they can do with the offensive. They will not be able to win the game. If Patterson will become the NFL running back, the growth of the Titans seems to be a good starting point.

Friday, the Patriots announced that they released the half-helper just two days after the signing of the course. In turn, the New England team replaced Ferguson with receiver Damoun Patterson.

Ferguson played for the Patriots early in the week before entering the training force, but it seems that back extension does not seem so easy. Ferguson first retired from Illinois in 2016 and signed with the Indianapolis Colts, where he will spend the first two years of his career. With Indy’s help, Ferguson has played 26 games and has already spent 25 yards on 16 assists. He also trailed 152 yards on 23 of his 30 goals. He also showed his abilities as a rebounder as he scored 9 career goals in the NFL, earning him 166 yards, averaging 18.4 yards per lap. Ferguson’s recent stop at the National Football League before landing with the Patriots was a training camp for Houston, Texas.