(5-8)New York Jets at Baltimore(11-2) Thursday at 8:20 pm ET
> Baltimore – Baltimore clicks on both sides of the ball this week.
(8-5)Houston at Tennessee(8-5) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Tennessee – the Titans hold serve in NFL divisional play this week with still another head-to-head meeting to come.
(3-10)Miami at New York Giants(2-11) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Miami – the Dolphins came up short at MetLife last Sunday, but this time the defense gets the key stops when necessary.
(5-8)Denver at Kansas City(9-4) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Kansas City – Denver is playing better, but the Chiefs will be ready as they look like a side no one in the AFC wants to play.
(10-3)New England at Cincinnati(1-12) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> New England – the Patriots grind out a win after a slow start on offense.
(6-7)Philadelphia at Washington(3-10) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Philadelphia – The Eagles go up a game in the NFL’s NFC East, but the showdown with the Cowboys in Philly will reveal the playoff destination of those two teams.
(7-6)Chicago at Green Bay(10-3) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Green Bay – the Packers stay in the face to fight for a first-round bye.
(6-7)Tampa Bay at Detroit(3-9-1) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Tampa Bay – Jameis Winston leads the Bucs back to .500.
(10-3)Seattle at Carolina(5-8) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Seattle – two teams going in opposite directions and I do not see it changing before both teams go set for their penultimate games.
(9-4)Minnesota at Los Angeles Chargers(5-8) Sunday at 4:05 pm ET
> Minnesota – the Chargers keep it close, but I think the Vikings survive.
(4-9)Jacksonville at Oakland(6-7) Sunday at 4:05 pm ET
> Oakland – The Raiders win their final NFL game at the Coliseum.
(6-7)Cleveland at Arizona(3-9-1) Sunday at 4:05 pm ET
> Cleveland – this will be a tight contest but the Browns take their fifth win in their last six games.
(4-9)Atlanta at San Francisco(11-2) Sunday at 4:25 pm ET
> San Francisco – the 49ers show no letdown against a former member of the NFL’s NFC West division prior to 2002.
(8-5)Los Angeles Rams at Dallas(6-7) Sunday at 4:25 pm ET
> Los Angeles – the Rams have found their rhythm and they still have a chance to grab one of the last spots in the NFC.
(9-4)Buffalo at Pittsburgh(8-5) Sunday at 8:20 pm ET
> Pittsburgh – the Steelers at home defensively have been rock solid, and I don’t see that changing.
(6-7)Indianapolis at New Orleans(10-3) Monday at 8:15 pm ET
> New Orleans – I predict a close win for the Saints as both teams are coming off heartbreaking NFL losses.
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