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Seattle Seahawks @ San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers will rally from an embarrassing home defeat. The Seahawks offense is predicated on running the football. I can’t see them having much success on the ground against the 49ers. The Seahawks defense is better at covering than they are at stopping the run. The 49ers should pound away.
Tennessee Titans @ Buffalo Bills
Jake Locker is the future, but Matt Hasselbeck proved that he still has some fight left in him. Beating the Steelers is never easy, and the return of Kenny Britt frees up other guys on offense. Bottom line, Fitzpatrick needs this one. The Bills are still in the thick of the AFC East, but the home crowd will turn on him, maybe for good, if he can’t get a win here.
Cleveland Browns @ Indianapolis Colts
The Browns have the better team; the Colts have the better quarterback. Coming off an emotional win over Green Bay, Indianapolis got hammered by the Jets in New York last week. Back in the friendly confines of Lucas Oil Stadium, Luck gets back on track and Weeden can’t match him.
Green Bay Packers @ St. Louis Rams
Looks like Mr. Rodgers is finally back in his neighbourhood (#1 ranked passer in the NFL). The Rams are competitive again and can rush the passer, but now that the Packers have some momentum, I can’t see the Rams shutting them down.
Arizona Cardinals @ Minnesota Vikings
The Cardinals offense is a bit of a mirage. They can’t score points and although their defense is strong, we’ll see how they handle the issues Adrian Peterson and Percy Harvin present. Minnesota is a loud place to play and Skelton will be under center for the first time in over a month.
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