Thursday, November 22
So you know Jags fans will be howling for payback. Result could swing on availability of top running backs Leonard Fournette hamstring of Jags and Rex Burkhead concussion of Pats, but the home team would miss Fournette more.
This one is as close to a tossup game as any Week 2 offering, but trusting Brady is seldom a reach. Falcons , -6 over Panthers , No way Allen outscores a potent Bolts offense.. An upset here, if you insist. And the drop from Rodgers to DeShone Kizer is a terrifying bungee jump. Houston is a trendy Week 2 pick here, but give me the Tenners at home. Marcus Mariota was knocked from game by Dolphins last week but has practiced and is good to go. Saints , over Browns , And neither is Tyrod Taylor.
Steelers , -4 over Chiefs , Ben Roethlisberger right elbow expects to play, and this pick is counting on that. KC is really good, but make it a venue call. With an aggressive new identity, Cowboys' defense stymies Giants 5h Todd Archer. Forget rookie's rough home opener: Sam Darnold will be a star New York Jets. Rams no longer just the best team on paper 10h Lindsey Thiry.
WWE Hell in a Cell results: Canelo takes razor-thin decision over Golovkin 1d Dan Rafael. Canelo wasn't the only winner on Saturday 1d Arash Markazi. Ferrari and Vettel blow it The Saints, though, are closing the gap on the Rams in terms of offenses that can truly score at will, as the win over Washington attests. Blaine Gabbert gets his second start for the Cardinals, and the Jaguars are entitled to rub their hands together in glee over that.
Speaking of underwhelming quarterbacks in Jaguars history, that defense is doing Blake Bortles a big favor in covering up his weaknesses and giving him chances to do something with the few times he needs to throw.
He has the seventh-lowest passer rating The Lost Opportunities Bowl. Denver hasn't won since. Brett Hundley being in over his head isn't nearly as troubling as the Packers giving any of their quarterbacks in the quarterback room they claim to be so happy with so little help, and such a poor chance of winning each week. Yes, a shutout is a shutout, and three shutouts are three shutouts.
But that means the defense is doing what it's supposed to do, and if Joe Flacco and the offense can hold up its end, the Ravens can keep their playoff hopes alive. It helps that they're at home in prime time under John Harbaugh. The Lions have won four straight on their traditional Thanksgiving date, a little treat for those who are perpetually looking for a reason to fire Jim Caldwell.
It's a tall order to pull off this year with the way the Vikings are playing right now on both sides of the ball. Matthew Stafford's Lions still have a habit of putting themselves in position to have to come back late; they can't get away with that against this team.