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    Cincinnati Bengals vs Los Angeles Chargers >>> *****My Top Pick***** The Los Angeles Chargers are on great roll of one of their best seasons ever, sitting just one game behind the Kansas City Chiefs for top spot, not just in the AFC West but in the conference overall. Bengals offense in the last game only managed to get 200 yards in the air and 1 touchdown. The rushing attack for the Bengals in the last game ground out 111 yards and scored 0 times. Cincinnati is without Andy Dalton (thumb) for the season but now has lost standout receiver A.J. Green (toe) for the rest of the season big blow for Cincinnati offensively. Cincinnati is allowing 30.9 points and 433.1 yards per game. The Chargers are playing at a very high level and with the way the Bengals have been playing it will be easy for the Chargers to control this game here. The Bengals offense will struggle and the defense will not be able to slow down the Chargers offense at all as Rivers will have field day against a very weak Bengals secondary. Final Score Prediction, Los Angeles Chargers win and cover ATS 36-12[ blow out ] Chargers Stat's are off the charts and I am going to waste your time, by posting power rating and additional stat's. Chargers - 14 & -9 1/2 For The Half

    New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills >>
    Josh Allen has put the Bills in a position to win back-to-back weeks and with the way Buffalo’s defense has performed, it’s easy to like the home team in this spot, even at 3.5. The Bills blew the Jets out 41-10 a couple weeks ago at MetLife Stadium. They’ll have the opportunity here to take this game at home with a win on Sunday against a Jets team that is 1-5 on the road. Allen doesn’t even need to play better than Darnold to win this game. Allen has passed for 1,223 yards on a 52.9 percent completion rate along with five touchdowns to seven interceptions while rushing for 389 yards and four touchdowns. Allen has shown great advancement, and his ability to use his legs has helped make him a strong asset in the running game over the course of the season. I’m going to buy the 1/2 point as an insurance. With Buffalo hosting, the -3 suggests these two teams are evenly matched, but Allen’s performance the past two weeks gives me a green light that Buffalo is- 3 points better with my analysis

    Jets are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 road games.
    Bills are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games after accumulating more than 150 yards rushing in their previous game.
    Under is 5-1 in Jets last 6 road games vs. a team with a losing home record.
    Over is 19-7 in Bills last 26 home games.
    Jets are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 meetings in Buffalo.
    Buffalo -3 after buying the 1/2 point [William Hill Sports Book]

    *Superbowl Bound* Intelligent Analysis by> ESPN Power rating ,-LindseyThiry ,Mike Triplett, Adam Teicher, Mike Reiss, Eric D. Williams, Sarah Barshop, Jeremy Fowler, Jeff Dickerson, Brady Henderson, Jamison Hensley, Todd Archer, Courtney Cronin, Mike Wells, David Newton, Jeff Legwold, ,Tim McManus, John Keim, Billy Brown, Cameron Wolfe, Pat McManamon ,Jenna Laine, Mike DiRocco, Katherine Terrell, Jordan Raanan, Michael Rothstein, Mike Rodak, Josh Weinfuss, Nick Wagoner

    1.Los Angeles Rams(11-1)

    Week 13 ranking:2
    We're No. 1 in:Pass-block win rate. Give it up for the big guys up front, where it all starts for the 11-1 Rams and their explosive offense. The offensive line ranks No. 1 in pass-block win rate, defined as when a pass-blocker sustains his block for 2.5 seconds following the snap. The Rams have won 63 percent of their pass blocks, allowing Jared Goff plenty of time to distribute the ball to a host of playmakers. --Lindsey Thiry

    2.New Orleans Saints(10-2)

    Week 13 ranking:1
    We're No. 1 in:Scoring points. The Saints are tied for second in the NFL, at 34.9 points per game. But their scoring efficiency is on a historic pace. Despite their stunning offensive flop at Dallas in Week 13, the Saints have scored points on 58.1 percent of their drives this season, which is on pace to be the highest rate by any NFL team since the league expanded to a 16-game schedule in 1978. The record of 53 percent belongs to the 2007 Patriots, who went 16-0. --Mike Triplett If the regular season ended right now, here's how the top six would look in each conference, plus clinching scenarios.

    3.Kansas City Chiefs(10-2)

    Week 13 ranking:3
    We're No. 1 in:Passing TDs.Patrick Mahomes has 41. The Chiefs have needed most of them because they've had to outscore their porous defense. They will need Mahomes to challenge the NFL record of 55 if they're going to continue to do so. --Adam Teicher

    4.New England Patriots(9-3)

    Week 13 ranking:4
    We're (almost) No. 1 in:Kickoff return average. Led by Cordarrelle Patterson, who has returned 19 kickoffs for 580 yards (30.5 average) and one touchdown, the Patriots are topped by just one other team (the Titans) in kickoff return average. Patterson's 95-yard kickoff return for a TD against the Bears was one of the signature plays of the Patriots' season, and Tom Brady has nicknamed him "The Experiment" because of all the things the team has explored with him on offense, in addition to his kickoff return expertise. --Mike Reiss

    5.Los Angeles Chargers(9-3)

    Week 13 ranking:5
    We're (almost) No. 1 in:Explosive plays. The Chargers have 83 explosive plays this season (running plays of 15-plus yards or passing plays of 20-plus yards). Only the Kansas City Chiefs (86) have more. The Bolts have been so-so on third downs this season, but one of the reasons they are among the league leaders in scoring (sixth overall) is a Philip Rivers-led offense's ability to create chunk plays to make it easier to get into scoring position. --Eric D. Williams


    6.Houston Texans(9-3)

    Week 13 ranking:8
    We're No. 1 in:Consecutive victories. The Texans have the longest active win streak in the NFL after beating the Browns on Sunday. After starting 0-3, Houston has won nine games in a row and has a chance to clinch the AFC South next week. --Sarah Barshop

    7.Pittsburgh Steelers(7-4-1)

    Week 13 ranking:7
    We're No. 1 in:Sacks.The Steelers remain the league leaders, with 41. The defense is predicated on sacks and turnovers, and though Pittsburgh is one of the league's worst in turnover ratio, five Steelers have at least 4.5 sacks, with T.J. Watt tied for ninth in the NFL with 10. --Jeremy Fowler

    8.Chicago Bears(8-4)

    Week 13 ranking:6
    We're No. 1 in:Takeaways.It's all about the Bears' defense. Heading into Week 13, Chicago's defense ranked No. 1 in takeaways and points scored off turnovers. The Bears also had 15 players with at least one sack, the most in the NFL. Plus, the Bears were tied for the league lead with 10 players having at least one interception. --Jeff Dickerson

    9.Seattle Seahawks(7-5)

    Week 13 ranking:10
    We're No. 1 in:Rushing yards per game. The Seahawks are No. 1 in the NFL with just less than 149 rushing YPG. They've done that on an NFL-high 380 attempts, which explains why they're leading the league in rushing despite ranking eighth in yards
    per carry at 4.7. They've topped 150 yards rushing in eight of their past nine games, and that's as big of a reason as any that the Seahawks find themselves in excellent position for a wild-card berth. --Brady Henderson



    10.Baltimore Ravens(7-5)

    Week 13 ranking:11
    We're No. 1 in:Defense, which doesn't come as a surprise for a franchise that has long been defined by keeping teams out of the end zone. The Ravens are the clear-cut best defense in the NFL, allowing the fewest yards (281.7) and points (17.8) per game. If Baltimore can keep this up, it would be quite an achievement. The only other time the Ravens finished a season ranked No. 1 in defense was 2006. --Jamison Hensley

    11.Dallas Cowboys(7-5)

    Week 13 ranking:14
    We're (almost) No. 1 in:Points allowed per game. The Cowboys are second in that category (18.6) behind the Ravens (17.8). The Cowboys have never led the league in scoring defense in their history but will have the chance to do so this season, especially considering the way they shut down the high-powered Saints. The Ravens have to play at Kansas City and at the L.A. Chargers in the final month. Three of their four remaining opponents are in the top 10 in points scored. The Cowboys face two, but the Indianapolis Colts, No. 8 in scoring, were shut out last week. --Todd Archer

    12.Minnesota Vikings(6-5-1)

    Week 13 ranking:9
    We're No. 1 in:Third-down defense. For a second straight season, the Vikings are leading the league in third-down stops, allowing teams to convert on just less than 30 percent of their attempts. This is a critical facet for Minnesota's defense in forcing its will on opponents so the offense, which has gone through ebbs and flows all season, can get back on the field and attempt to score. --Courtney Cronin

    13.Indianapolis Colts(6-6)

    Week 13 ranking:13
    We're No. 1 in:Tackles from one player.Rookie linebacker Darius Leonard has gone from playing at South Carolina State, a Football Championship Subdivision school, to leading the NFL in tackles with 122, despite missing a game this season. The next player on the list is Miami's Kiko Alonso, with 106 tackles. --Mike Wells

    14.Carolina Panthers(6-6)

    Week 13 ranking:12
    We're No. 1 in:Yards per rush. I'd like to say they're No. 1 in futility because this team has gone from 6-2 and a legitimate contender to 6-6 with rumors circulating about coach Ron Rivera's job security. But because there is no actual ranking for that, we'll go with yards per rush, in which the Panthers rank No. 1 in the league at 5.5. A big reason for that is second-year back Christian McCaffrey, who is averaging 5.2 yards per carry after averaging 3.7 yards per carry last season. The past two weeks, he became the first player in NFL history to have 50 yards rushing and receiving in consecutive games. --David Newton


    15.Denver Broncos(6-6)

    Week 13 ranking:19
    We're No. 1 in:Sacks from a duo.Von Miller tried to warn anyone who would listen in August that rookie outside linebacker Bradley Chubbis "going to do great things because when he gets it going, it won't stop." Twelve regular-season games later, no duo in the league has more sacks than Miller and Chubb do. Miller is second in the league with 12.5, and Chubb has 10. They are the only teammates in the NFL who have each reached double digits with four games to play in the regular season. Overall, the Broncos are tied for fifth in the league with 37 sacks. --Jeff Legwold

    16.Tennessee Titans(6-6)

    Week 13 ranking:17
    We're (almost) No. 1 in:Points allowed per game. Three weeks ago, the Titans' defense was tops in the league in points allowed per game. Their average ballooned from 16.8 points per game to 20.4 points per outing, and the team now sits at sixth in the league and third in the AFC South. In the past three games, the Titans have given up an average of 31.3 points per game. With divisional games against the Jaguars and Colts still on the schedule and a wild-card spot in the crosshairs, the Titans' defense has to get back to its stingy ways. --Jeff Legwold

    17.Philadelphia Eagles(6-6)

    Week 13 ranking:18
    We're No. 1 in:Slow starts. The Eagles have been blanked nine times in the first quarters of their 12 games. They've scored 28 points in the first quarter all season. --Tim McManus
    18.Washington Redskins(6-6)

    Week 13 ranking:15
    We're No. 1 in:Fewest gains of 20 or more yards by receivers. The Redskins' wideouts had combined for just 11 through 11 games (heading into Monday night's game), as a result of injuries (Paul Richardson), a lack of speed and a combination of issues at quarterback: inaccuracy, lack of aggressiveness and no trust. The Redskins attempted just 27 throws of 20 or more yards in the air in the first 11 games, tied with New Orleans for third fewest. But the Saints completed 17 of those passes, compared with eight for Washington. And the Redskins lacked the speed to turn short gains into long ones. They must rectify this in the offseason or face another season with few explosive plays. --John Keim


    19.Green Bay Packers(4-7-1)

    Week 13 ranking:16
    We're No. 1 in:Interception rate. Aaron Rodgers has thrown only one interception in 463 attempts this season (0.4 percent), tops in the league. It hasn't all been roses, though. Rodgers is completing 31 percent of his passes when under duress, good for last in the NFL. He has 35 throwaways, which is the most in his career and 15 more than any other quarterback. Also, he has been sacked 19 times on third down, second most in the NFL this season. -- Billy Brown

    20.Miami Dolphins(6-6)

    Week 13 ranking:21
    We're No. 1 in:Interceptions per opponent pass. Miami is intercepting an NFL-best 4.8 percent of its opponent's passes. Dolphins Howard leads the NFL with seven interceptions, including four in his past two games, and has proclaimed himself the "best cornerback in the game." The Dolphins are second overall in interceptions and third in takeaways. --Cameron Wolfe

    21.Atlanta Falcons(4-8)

    Week 13 ranking:20
    We're No. 1 in:Field goals.Matt Bryant and Giorgio Tavecchio are a combined 20-for-20 on field goals this season, making the Falcons the only team in the league that is perfect on field goals this season. But that isn't necessarily a good thing, as it includes the six games in which the Falcons' high-powered offense settled for field goals in the red zone. The Falcons lost five of those six games. --Vaughn McClure

    22.Cleveland Browns(4-7-1)

    Week 13 ranking:23
    We're No. 1 in:Coaching changes. Hue Jackson's firing means that the Browns will be hiring (counting interims) their 11th coach since 1999 and sixth since 2011. The Browns haven't had a head coach last longer than two seasons since Romeo Crennel was coach from 2005 through 2008. They hope this next hire changes those fortunes. --Pat McManamon

    23.Tampa Bay Buccaneers(5-7)

    Week 13 ranking:26
    We're No. 1 in:Turning the ball over. The Bucs have turned the ball over 30 times in 12 games, more than any other team in the league, yet they have 442.7 yards of offense per game, also tops in the league. This is a clear-cut example of how they haven't been able to get out of their own way, and most of their mistakes are self-inflicted. --Jenna Laine


    24.Jacksonville Jaguars(4-8)

    Week 13 ranking:25
    We're No. 1 in:Personal fouls. The Jaguars have a league-high 30 (for 340 yards of penalties) through 12 weeks after adding three in their 6-0 victory over Indianapolis on Sunday. That's five more than Cincinnati and the Los Angeles Chargers. Executive VP of football ops Tom Coughlin called the Jaguars' on-field behavior "ridiculous" during a fundraising appearance on a local radio show last week, and coach Doug Marrone takes full responsibility for those penalties. "That's a reflection on the head coach," he said. "I've got to do a better job with them." --Mike DiRocco

    25.Cincinnati Bengals(5-7)

    Week 13 ranking:22
    We're No. 1 in:Injuries. OnceA.J. Greengoes on injured reserve, that will mark 15 players on IR since training camp (a figure that doesn't include the players who were waived/injured). The Bengals have been decimated by injuries this season, losing their starting quarterback, three tight ends, several defensive linemen and their backup left tackle to IR. They could be in line to lose several more key figures before the season is over. Left tackle Cordy Glennis injured, and cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick is in a walking boot. The results have shown on the field, and the Bengals likely just want this season to mercifully end at this point. --Katherine Terrell

    26.New York Giants(4-8)

    Week 13 ranking:27
    We're No. 1 in:...couldn't find a real stat in which the Giants are No. 1. They have the top-rated passer for a non-quarterback this season.Odell Beckham Jr. is 2-for-2 with 57- and 49-yard touchdown passes. He has a perfect 158.3 passer rating this season. Hey, it's something. --Jordan Raanan

    27.Detroit Lions(4-8)

    Week 13 ranking:24
    We're No. 1 in:Opposing field goal percentage. The uprights have been kind to the Lions this year -- both at home and on the road. Typically reliable kickers such as Graham Gano,Cody Parkey and Mason Crosby had horrific days against Detroit, part of the 66.7 field goal percentage against that the Lions have culled in 2018. It's tops in the league entering Monday Night Football, and in a year largely looked at as a failure with the Lions, this is one thing to feel good about. When Lions coach Matt Patricia was asked about it last month, he didn't want to discuss it -- because he didn't want to jinx whatever has been going on with his opponents in 2018. --Michael Rothstein

    Buffalo Bills(4-8)

    Week 13 ranking:28
    We're No. 1 in:Passing yards allowed per game. The Bills have the NFL's best pass defense, allowing only 187.2 yards per game. That is not simply a function of low opponent passing volume against the Bills, who have been outscored by 115 points this season. Buffalo is allowing a league-low 9.24 yards per completion. --Mike Rodak

    29.New York Jets(3-9)

    Week 13 ranking:29
    We're No. 1 in:Special teams. The Jets are No. 1, based on expected points added (via ESPN Stats & Information). This represents a significant improvement for the Jets, who were 18th in 2017. One big reason for the jump is PK Jason Myers, who has made 28 of 30 field goals, including an NFL-record five from 55 yards or longer. --Rich Cimini

    30.Arizona Cardinals(3-9)

    Week 13 ranking:32
    We're No. 1 in:Nothing?If the league's offensive rankings were flipped upside down, the Cardinals would be ranked No. 1 in a whole host of categories: yards per game, yards per play, passing yards per game, passing yards per play, first downs per game, fourth-down percentage, average time of possession and points per game. Otherwise, the Cardinals aren't ranked No. 1 in any category, especially after they won Sunday in Green Bay. Until that happened, they had the best odds to claim the top pick in the NFL draft. --Josh Weinfuss

    31.San Francisco 49ers(2-10)

    Week 13 ranking:30
    We're No. 1 in:No. 1 pick odds. According to ESPN's Football Power Index, the Niners now have a fitting 49 percent chance to secure the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 draft, the best odds in the league. There aren't a whole lot of positives to take from this lost season, but given the Niners' desperate need for blue-chip talent, the potential to draft first is a good thing -- assuming, of course, they make the right choice. --Nick Wagoner

    32.Oakland Raiders(2-10)

    Week 13 ranking:31
    We're (almost) No. 1 in:Batted passes. All has not been lost in a star-crossed season for the Raiders, who are tied for the worst record in the NFL with the 49ers at 2-10. While Oakland has only the No. 28-ranked total defense, the Raiders do fly around the ball ... at times. They are third in the league in batted passes (13) and fourth in pass breakups (41), which includes batted passes, passes defensed and tipped passes. That is something the rebuilding Raiders can, well, build upon under coach Jon Gruden and defensive --Billy Brown

    Kansas City Chiefs Host The Baltimore Ravens >> The Ravens have played excellent football over the last three games but playing in Kansas City is tough. The Chiefs have shown they protect their field well and are extremely tough to keep pace with. Yes !!! Ravens have great defense however will not keep -up with the scoring, with KC at home. The Kansas City Chiefs ground game is averaging 120.7 yards per contest, and Mahomes leads the way with 238 yards and two touchdowns. have faced three top-10 scoring defenses this season and haven't flinched. They won two of the games, getting at least 30 points each time, and lost the third even though their offense scored 40 points. Defensively, Kansas City is allowing 27.3 points and 417 yards per game. Anthony Hitchens leads the Kansas City Chiefs with 96 tackles, Dee Ford has 10.5 sacks and Steven Nelson has three interceptions.
    Stat's From Dunkel Index power, B&Rs Expert Consensus rating*****

    • BAL are 7-2-1 ATS in their last 10 games on grass.
    • Under is 7-3 in BAL last 10 games overall.
    • Over is 7-3 in BAL last 10 games in December.
    • KC are 11-3 ATS in their last 14 vs. AFC.
    • KC are 12-4-1 ATS in their last 17 games overall.
    • Under is 8-3-1 in KC last 12 games as a favorite.
    • Road team is 6-2 ATS in their last 8 meetings.

    The Ravens are 0-4 ATS vs. a team with a winning record. The biggest question for the Chiefs is whether or not the defense can stop playoff-caliber opponents, and the secondary is especially suspect as the team ranks last against the pass. The Chiefs are 4-0-1 ATS vs. a team with a winning record. Power Rating Chiefs 98.0 Home rating ,Road Rating 96.0 [Off The Chart's]......Compared to Ravens Home rating 95.0 Road Rating 92.5... Chiefs +6 1/2 At >>>> Home Final Score Prediction, Kansas City Chiefs wins and covers -6 1/2 ATS 34-20.

    Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans>> With Indy failing to score one point against the Jaguars, some regular Colts backers may be nervous to invest against the Texans. A huge factor that could swing momentum in this game is the Colts defense being able to force a turnover. If the Colts can give their offense a short field to work with, Indianapolis could have a chance to win this game. This season, teams that have been shut out are 1-2 straight up and 3-0 against the spread in their next game. Since 2012, they are 15-19 SU and 21-12-2 ATS. Offensively the Texans have had a ton of success running the ball. POWER RATING >Houston - 4 Indianapolis - 1.5 >> Houston - 2 1/2 ....They average 140.8 rushing yards per game, ranking 3rd in the NFL. Houston's firepower and defensive prowess will be too much for Andrew Luck and the Colts to overcome >>>> Texans - 4 1/2



    • *****Los Angeles Rams vs. Chicago Bears >>>> *****Teaser Bet**** I also like the under here Rams’ offense has been outstanding this year, but I think they’ll have a letdown here. They haven’t played a defense anywhere near this good yet this season,on the road in cold weather[ 20s] .Trubisky in his return, and should be running the ball a lot here which will controlling the clock. Rams haven’t been good at covering numbers recently despite their 11-1 record. The Rams are a west coast team that won’t be used to this Chicago cold weather, and the home-field advantage will really matter here. 7 Point 2 Team Teaser Rams Under 58 1/2 & Chiefs + 1/2

    NFL Power Rankings: Week 14

    By Teddy Covers Expert

    The Saints remain atop the rankings this week despite their poor performance Thursday night vs the Cowboys. This weeks top mover were the Giants, who after their surprising win over the Bears jumped five spots to #20. The dubious honor of leading the pack in the opposite direction was Washington, who dropped four spot to #25. Expect things to continue to shift with the end of the regular season now just a month away!
    NFL POWER RANKINGS

    RANK LAST WEEK CHANGE TEAM W-L-T (ATS) POWER RATING TEAM COMMENTS
    1 1 10-2-0
    (9-3-0)
    -9 New Orleans
    The Saints offense has looked out of sync and sluggish in back-to-back Thursday Games. They’ll have extra time to prep for Tampa Bay in Week 14.
    2 2 11-1-0
    (5-6-1)
    -7 Los Angeles
    Aaron Donald has yet to win a Defensive Player of the Year award at the NFL level, but he’s certainly making a case in 2018, leading the league with 16.5 sacks.
    3 4 1 9-3-0
    (8-4-0)
    -6.5 New England
    The Patriots defensive strength is limiting their opponent’s best player. That was on full display against the Vikings, with Adam Thielen gaining only 28 receiving yards.
    4 3 1 10-2-0
    (8-3-1)
    -5.5 Kansas City
    Patrick Mahomes was not sharp for stretches at Oakland, and they clearly missed RB Kareem Hunt. Yet the most potent offense in the NFL still scored 40 points.
    5 7 2 9-3-0
    (7-5-0)
    -5 Los Angeles
    The Chargers made their case as legit Super Bowl contenders, rallying back from 16 points down on the road at Pittsburgh to notch their eighth win in nine games.
    6 5 1 7-4-1
    (6-5-1)
    -5 Pittsburgh
    The Steelers lost at home to the Chargers, and lost a pair of playmakers to boot, with RB James Connor and WR Ryan Switzer both very questionable for Week 14.
    7 9 2 9-3-0
    (6-6-0)
    -4 Houston
    The Texans defense forced four turnovers in a ‘flat spot’ game against the Browns, their ninth straight victory. None of their last four opponents are above .500.
    8 6 2 8-4-0
    (8-4-0)
    -3.5 Chicago
    Even after a straight up loss as a favorite against the Giants, Chicago remains one of only four NFL teams to cover the point spread at a 67% clip or higher this year.
    9 11 2 7-5-0
    (7-5-0)
    -3 Dallas
    The Cowboys cashed another Under wager last week; now 9-1 to the Under in games totaled at 46 or higher dating back to November 2017.
    10 12 2 7-5-0
    (7-3-2)
    -2.5 Seattle
    Pete Carroll has done his best work in Seattle down the stretch. The Seahawks are now 22-8 straight up in December or January regular season games since 2010.
    11 8 3 6-5-1
    (6-5-1)
    -2.5 Minnesota
    Chicago, Green Bay and Carolina all lost on Sunday, but the Vikings couldn’t make up any ground in the playoff race; outgained by nearly 200 yards in a loss at New England.
    12 14 2 7-5-0
    (6-6-0)
    -2 Baltimore
    Lamar Jackson sure looks like John Harbaugh’s QB moving forward after the Ravens earned their third consecutive victory since Joe Flacco got hurt.
    13 10 3 6-6-0
    (5-6-1)
    -1.5 Indianapolis
    Colts WR TY Hilton’s quote after getting shut out at Jacksonville: “11-5 gets you in. 10-6 gets you in, but 9-7 does not get you in. We can't lose anymore.”
    14 16 2 6-6-0
    (4-8-0)
    -1 Philadelphia
    Philly failed to score a single point on two of their red zone chances Monday Night, yet they still finished with their second highest point total in any game this season.
    15 13 2 6-6-0
    (5-7-0)
    -1 Carolina
    Things have gone from bad to worse in Carolina over the last month, with Ron Rivera’s job security on the line and All Pro Tight End Greg Olson out for the season.
    16 17 1 6-6-0
    (6-6-0)
    0.5 Tennessee
    Corey Davis has been the Titans lone deep threat for most of the year, but Taywan Taylor is emerging after catching a pair of 40+ yards bombs in their comeback win last week.
    17 19 2 6-6-0
    (6-5-1)
    0.5 Denver
    Even though Denver won and covered for the third straight week, they suffered a major injury loss with pro bowl CB Chris Harris now out for the remainder of the regular season.
    18 15 3 4-7-1
    (4-7-1)
    1 Green Bay
    The Packers unceremoniously fired Mike McCarthy after 13 seasons (and a Super Bowl title) following a home loss to the Cardinals as two touchdown favorites.
    19 18 1 4-7-1
    (7-5-0)
    1 Cleveland
    The bad news? Baker Mayfield threw three interceptions at Houston in a 16 point loss. The good news? Mayfield threw for 397 yards and didn’t get sacked!
    20 25 5 4-8-0
    (6-5-1)
    2 N.Y. Giants
    After their impressive upset win over the Bears, the Giants are now 5-0 against the spread in their last five tries at +3 or higher; making $$ as an underdog.
    21 22 1 6-6-0
    (7-5-0)
    3 Miami
    With two more interceptions last week, Dolphins CB Xavien Howard now leads the league with seven for the season, and Miami ranks #2 in the NFL in defensive INT’s.
    22 26 4 5-7-0
    (5-6-1)
    3 Tampa Bay
    The Bucs defense notched four sacks and four interceptions in their win against the Panthers, despite playing without their entire starting defensive backfield.
    23 20 3 4-8-0
    (3-9-0)
    3.5 Atlanta
    Matt Ryan ranks #3 in the NFL in passing yards this season, and Julio Jones leads the NFL in receiving yards, both of which speak volumes about this injury riddled defense.
    24 23 1 4-8-0
    (5-7-0)
    3.5 Buffalo
    Yes, the Bills lost at Miami, but there were encouraging signs on both sides of the football. Rookie QB Josh Allen now has 234 rushing yards in the last two weeks.
    25 21 4 6-6-0
    (7-5-0)
    4 Washington
    Three weeks ago, the Redskins signed Mark Sanchez off the waiver wire; a QB that nobody wanted. Next Sunday, he’ll be their starting QB after Colt McCoy got hurt.
    26 27 1 4-8-0
    (4-6-2)
    4 Jacksonville
    The Jags pitched a shutout on defense last week, but their offense remains a mess. Right guard AJ Cann is the only healthy lineman from the five OL starters back in Week 1.
    27 24 3 4-8-0
    (6-6-0)
    4 Detroit
    The Lions were officially eliminated from the NFC North race with their loss to LA last Sunday; now 25 years removed (and counting) from their last division title.
    28 28 2-10-0
    (3-9-0)
    6.5 San Francisco
    The 49ers defense has only notched two interceptions for the entire season, a testament to their consistent struggles rushing the passer.
    29 29 3-9-0
    (4-8-0)
    6.5 N.Y. Jets
    The Jets defense didn’t allow a single third down conversion until late in the fourth quarter at Tennessee; then completely collapsed with the game on the line late.
    30 32 2 3-9-0
    (6-5-1)
    6.5 Arizona
    Even Arizona’s wins come loaded with bad news. They lost rookie WR Christian Kirk and offensive guard Mike Iupati with season ending injuries against Green Bay.
    31 30 1 5-7-0
    (5-7-0)
    7 Cincinnati
    WR AJ Green returned to the field for the slumping Bengals last week, following a toe injury, but he didn’t last long, pulled early and now likely out for the season.
    32 31 1 2-10-0
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    The Raiders have notched only ten sacks all season, by far the weakest pass rush in the NFL. The #31 ranked teams (Patriots and Giants) both have nearly twice as many sacks (19).

    ****** Power Ratings compute offensive and defensive statistics into one number for each team, while accounting for factors like recent performances and strength of schedule. Power Ratings can be used as a baseline for relative spread index to compare current or future match-ups between two teams. The relative spread does not account for non-statistical factors like home-field advantage, recent injuries, game time decisions, rivalries, publicity, and weather.


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    Mr. H/hat...….solid info and thought's buddy...…...continue your winning ways buddy......indy
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    My Bets: Top Pick> Chargers - 14 & -9 1/2 For The Half & Buffalo -3 after buying the 1/2 point [William Hill Sports Book] & Kansas City Chiefs covers -6 1/2 & Texans - 4 1/2 &7 Point 2 Team Teaser Rams Under 58 1/2 & Chiefs + 1/2
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    Harry, always appreciate your input. Thanks for contributing.
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    Really like the chargers play. Cinn looks to have begun planning vacations. Losers of 4 straight, and if you skip the fg loss to balt, they are averaging a 23 point defecit, in the other 3.

    My only concern, is chargers face KC on thur, likely their reg season game of the year.

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    Good luck HH! I like the Texans play. Indy always plays us tough but they have a lot of injuries and the Texans are surging. I'm most likely teasing it down with something else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uscmd View Post
    Really like the chargers play. Cinn looks to have begun planning vacations. Losers of 4 straight, and if you skip the fg loss to balt, they are averaging a 23 point defecit, in the other 3.

    My only concern, is chargers face KC on thur, likely their reg season game of the year.

    Thanks for your insight and data. BOL HtH
    Thank You For Your Feed-Back... Constructive Criticism is always welcome uscmd....Thanks For Your Support & Best Of Luck On Remainder of The Season uscmd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bradyisgod View Post
    Good luck HH! I like the Texans play. Indy always plays us tough but they have a lot of injuries and the Texans are surging. I'm most likely teasing it down with something else.
    Best Of Luck On Your Pick with the Texans bradyisgod....Thanks For Your Support & Best Of Luck On Remainder of The Season bradyisgod.
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