Thursday Night Football

49ers @ Seahawks
If Brock Purdy can keep up with the Seattle defense who is ranked near the bottom of the league in total yards (30th), passing yards (20th), rushing yards (31st), points (28th) and third down percentage (27th) then this game has the potential to be an offensive showdown. Our Pick: 49ers

Sunday Games

Vikings @ Colts
With Matt Ryan back from injury it’s possible that this game could be an extremely high scoring game as both him and Minnesota quarterback Kirk Cousins have running backs in Dalvin Cook and Jonathan Taylor who average well over four yards a game. Our Pick: Vikings

Ravens @ Browns
The Ravens announced that their quarterback Lamar Jackson will be back for week 15 but better hope that they don’t have to go to the back ups as their second string quarterback in Tyler Huntley entered concussion protocol so it’s highly unlikely he would be available for week 15. As for the Browns if Desean Watson can keep from turning the ball over they should be able to keep the game close. Our Pick: Browns

Dolphins @ Bills
This game could have major conference implications as the two teams are only a game and a half apart from each other and are the top two teams in the AFC east at 10-3 and 8-4 with the Bills being in first place. On paper this game should be extremely high scoring as both teams have solid passing games and statistically aren’t that great defensively, especially in the secondary as the Dolphins are 22nd in passing yards on defense while the Bills are 17th in the league in total yards for pass defense. Our Pick: Bills

Falcons @ Saints
With both games on two game skids there will be an urgency to want to pick up wins to start to salvage seasons which have been losing seasons for both teams so far. The Falcons are second in the NFC South behind Tampa Bay at 5-8 while the Saints are right on their tail at 4-9. As for the game, if they can get the ball in Cordarelle Patterson’s hands early they could make it a long day for the Saints defense and New Orleans could also do the same for Atlanta’s defense should they be able to get the ball into the hands of Alvin Kamara. Our Pick: Saints

Chiefs @ Texans
The Texans have yet to be able to satisfy their fans this year with a win at home but the fact that they will be playing one of the best teams in the league in Kansas City could make a win that much more satisfying knowing that they could potentially put a dent in their season. Our Pick: Chiefs

Patriots @ Raiders
The main attraction to this game is Josh McDaniels’ revisiting of the Patriots but his first year as a head coach with the Raiders has certainly not been the happiest. As for the game both teams have one of their best running backs listed as doubtful (Damien Harris) with a thigh injury and Raiders running back Josh Jacobs is listed as questionable with a finger injury. If both teams aren’t as deep at running back both teams could theoretically turn more to the passing game. Our Pick: Raiders

Cardinals @ Broncos
Arizona may have to go with their running game more than they like as they’ve lost Tight End Zach Ertz to a season ending knee injury and wide receiver Rondale Moore is listed as out with a groin injury. As for the Broncos with Russell Wilson being listed as questionable due to being on concussion protocol it could be a test for their back up and could also determine Wilson’s future in Denver after this season should the back up succeed. Our Pick: Broncos

Titans @ Chargers
With Titans running back Dontrell Hilliard being listed as questionable and wide receiver Treylon Burks out with a concussion how well Tennessee’s offense performs may rely on Derrick Henry more than usual but that may not be a bad thing as has averaged a little over four yards a game with 10 touchdowns and no fumbles. As for the Chargers, if they can attack Tennessee’s pass defense which is ranked 31st in passing yards in the league they should be able to make it a long day for the Titans. Our Pick: Titans

Bengals @ Buccaneers
The Bengals may have to rely on their running game a little more than they like in this one as they have two wide receivers in Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd who are both listed as questionable. If they both play then this game could come down to which team executes through the air better as the Bengals and Bucs have the fourth and fifth most yards per game offensively while the Bucs have only given up the seventh fewest passing yards in the league. Our Pick: Buccaneers

Sunday Night Football

Giants @ Commanders
This game will determine the third place in the NFC east as the two teams are at exactly 7-5-1. One interesting matchup in this one could be New York running back Saquon Barkley against the Washington run defense who has given up the eighth fewest yards in the league. Our Pick: Giants

Monday Night Football

Packers @ Rams
With both teams having won the week before both teams are gonna be eager to start getting a winning streak together. Our Pick: Packers

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