The Packers, coming off a big win over Houston last week, have struggled this season and at 6-6 are in danger of missing the postseason. Sunday’s game against Seattle (8-3-1) is a virtual must-win against a team that has dominated the series between the two teams recently. The AFC West picture got really interesting when the Raiders lost to the Chiefs for the second time this season last week.
- Miami’s defense has been one of the worst in the NFL, and I’m expecting Ryan and the offense to come out firing.
- The winner will have the inside track on the NFC’s top seed throughout the playoffs.
- The Raiders were labeled a contender by many experts and head coach Jack Del Rio and the rest of the Raiders are proving they are indeed worthy.
- That would be nothing new for the Titans and head coach Mike Vrabel.
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Backup quarterback Brett Hundley, now the team’s starter with the injury to Aaron Rodgers, was responsible for three of the Packers’ five turnovers last week in the loss to the Ravens. Hundley was a respectable 21-for-36 for 239 yards, but his three picks gave Baltimore short fields that the Ravens turned into points. If Hundley and the Packers do the same against Pittsburgh, they do not stand a chance. Reeling after a 23-0 loss to the Jets, the Dolphins face their second consecutive AFC North opponent, the 49ers which could very well be the best team in the conference.
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Another win on Monday anonymous night would further cement their hold on one of the two spots in the NFC. Quarterback Philip Rivers just turned 37 and is enjoying a year in which he has thrown for 3,638 yards and 29 touchdowns. Wide receiver Keenan Allen has caught 88 passes for 1,074 yards and six scores. While the Chiefs give up 431.8 yards and 27 points a game on defense, the Chargers are much more stout allowing just 20.8 points per game.
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Mack, pass-catching running back Nyheim Hines and newfound Luck favourite, Chester Rogers, are all capable of making plays, and that’s exactly what they should do this week. It’s clear this is a lost year for the Colts, although this week does present the chance to gain a rare win at home over an equally poor Bills side. With a pretty ugly 1-7 record in their last eight games against the Patriots, it might seem like this one is a little beyond the Bears.
The Seahawks will be without Russell Wilson again when Seattle plays the Saints on Monday night. Are the Seahawks going to be in a primetime game for the rest of the season? This will be the third straight game the Seahawks will be in primetime, as the team has dropped their last two. Last season, the matchup of these two teams gave us a Tom Brady meme that will forever live inside the Twitter world.
The winner is going to the playoffs and the loser is going home. The Colts currently occupy the sixth and final seed in the AFC thanks to a remarkable turnaround following a 1-5 start to their 2018 season. The Titans have won their last four games to put them into position for a playoff berth. The Ravens and Chargers have never met in the postseason before. Baltimore has won three of the last four games in the series dating back to 2012.
Lamar Jackson is playing at an MVP level, as well, as he’s coming off a huge 4th quarter comeback over the Colts. Jackson threw for over 400 passing yards and lead the Ravens back from a 16 point 4th quarter deficit to win in overtime. Lamar’s numbers are even more impressive than his Unanimous MVP season a few years ago, and he has the Ravens in good position already through the first quarter of the NFL season. Two teams looking like the best teams in the AFC right now will be meeting in Baltimore this Sunday to decide the early leader for the top seed in the AFC.