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Pete Prisco's NFL Week 8 picks: Steelers upset Ravens, struggles continue for Cowboys and Patriots.
Prisco reveals his NFL picks for Week 8, including why the Steelers will remain undefeated in a tough spot.
It was another solid showing for me last week with my picks, which is a good thing because I keep expecting the cool down to happen one of these weeks. I was 8-6 against the spread to up my season record to 59-44-1, 12-2 straight up and my best bets on the Pick Six Podcast were 5-1 to improve my season record to a sizzling 28-13-1. All four of us have been killing it lately with our picks on the podcast, so tune in every Friday to make some money.
Let's keep the hot streak going as we move into November. The weather might be cooling down, but I don't plan on it.
All odds are via William Hill Sportsbook.
Who'll cover the spread in Week 8? Pete Prisco, R.J. White and Kenny White join Will Brinson on the Pick Six Podcast to pick every game; listen below and be sure to subscribe for daily NFL goodness fired into your eardrums.
Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers (-2.5)
This isn't a sexy Thursday night game, but it could be a fun one. The Falcons have found all kinds of ways to lose games this season, and I have a feeling they will find a way here too. Teddy Bridgewater will have a good game as Carolina gets back on track after two losses.
Pick: Panthers 30, Falcons 24.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens (-3.5)
This is the game of the week. The Steelers are playing consecutive road games, while the Ravens are coming off a bye. Big edge to the Ravens. But the Steelers always seem to play tough against Baltimore, even on the road, and I think they will here in this one. The Steelers will take a tough road game by limiting Baltimore's run game and stay undefeated.
Pick: Steelers 27, Ravens 24.
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Los Angeles Rams (-4.5) at Miami Dolphins.
This will be a tough turnaround for the Rams after playing Monday and traveling across the country. The Dolphins are coming off a bye and will start Tua Tagovailoa in this one. That's a tough first test for him against that Rams defense. That's why I think the Rams will come into Miami and ruin Tagovailoa's first start.
Pick: Rams 26, Dolphins 10.
New York Jets at Kansas City Chiefs (-19.5)
The Chiefs are home after being on the road for two weeks. They lost the last time at home; they won't lose here. This could be the game that Patrick Mahomes really lights it up, which hasn't happened as much this season. The Jets won't keep up. Blowout.
Pick: Chiefs 41, Jets 15.
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers (-6.5)
A lot has changed since they met in the opener with the Vikings a mess at 1-5 and seemingly playing for next year, while the Packers are 5-1 atop the division. Green Bay's offense was back rolling against the Texans, and I think that will play out here even more against a bad defense. Look for Aaron Rodgers to have another big day. This will be ugly.
Pick: Packers 36, Vikings 20.
Indianapolis Colts (-2.5) at Detroit Lions.
The Lions have won two straight to get their season turned around, but those wins came against two lesser teams. The Colts, who are coming off a bye, are a big step up in competition. The Colts defense has been impressive and it will be the difference here as it slows the Lions passing game. Colts take it.
Pick: Colts 23, Lions 17.
Las Vegas Raiders at Cleveland Browns (-2.5)
The Raiders were bad in losing at home to the Bucs last week, while the Browns won a squeaker to beat the Bengals. Baker Mayfield seemed to find something in the second half of that game. The Raiders have defensive issues in a big way and I think Mayfield will continue to roll here even without Odell Beckham. The Browns will get to six wins this week.
Pick: Browns 27, Raiders 20.
Tennessee Titans (-6) at Cincinnati Bengals.
The Titans lost a tough one to the Steelers last week and now must regroup on the road. But the Bengals have defensive problems that will be perfect to helping them get back on track. Look for Derrick Henry to run wild here as the Titans win it.
Pick: Titans 30, Bengals 21.
New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills (-3.5)
The Patriots have looked awful in their last two games, but the Bills haven't been cooking either. This is the game that could define whether the Bills are ready to take the division from the Patriots. New England's defense has major issues right now, which is why I think Josh Allen will exploit it. New England's troubles continue.
Pick: Bills 28, Patriots 20.
Los Angeles Chargers (-3) at Denver Broncos.
Justin Herbert won his first game last week and continues to light up opposing defenses. Denver struggled in a lot of ways against the Chiefs, with quarterback Drew Lock having all kinds of issues. But I think Denver will find a way here to bounce back behind a strong defensive effort that limits Herbert.
Pick: Broncos 21, Chargers 20.
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks (-3)
The 49ers have made big improvements winning the last two weeks, especially getting the running game going and the defense playing better. But this is a big-time challenge for that defense against Russell Wilson and his passing game. But the problem for Seattle is their defense. I think Kyle Shanahan will devise a plan to attack it and keep the ball out of Wilson's hands. This will be close.
Pick: Seahawks 27, 49ers 26.
New Orleans Saints (-4) at Chicago Bears.
The Bears are playing on a short week and have showed little in terms of offense this season. Nick Foles is struggling behind a bad offensive line. The Saints haven't been great on defense, but they will look good in this one. This should be low scoring, and the Saints take it.
Pick: Saints 23, Bears 13.
Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles (OFF)
It's hard to believe that this is a big game, but it is. That's how bad the NFC East is this season. The Cowboys might be playing with Ben Dinucci with the injury to Andy Dalton. This will be his first start. The problem will be his offensive line against the Eagles front. It won't be pretty. The Eagles will have a nice offensive showing as well. This will be a blowout.
Pick: Eagles 34, Cowboys 16.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-10.5) at New York Giants.
This is a second straight road game for the Bucs, but they impressed in a big way against the Raiders last week. I think that will continue here against a Giants defense that struggles against the pass. Look for Tampa Bay's defense to get all over Daniel Jones. This will be ugly.

PFT’s NFL Week 8 2020 picks.
Week Eight already is here. And I’m finally starting to make my move.
Last week, I mustered an 11-3 record straight up, with 7-6-1 against the spread. MDS went 9-5 and 4-9-1.
For the year, I’ve opened up a small lead in the straight-up contest, 68-37 vs. 66-39. Against the spread, I’m at 51-51-3. MDS is at 45-58-1.
This week, we disagree on two games. For all picks and predicted scores, scroll away.
MDS’s take : The Falcons have looked a little better since Raheem Morris took over as interim head coach, but I see the Panthers beating them handily on Thursday night.
MDS’s pick : Panthers 28, Falcons 17.
Florio’s take : Carolina is giving every other franchise that will be rebuilding in the future a lesson in how to properly do it.
Florio’s pick : Panthers 30, Falcons 27.
MDS’s take : It’s time for a changing of the guard in the AFC East. The Bills will cruise against a Patriots team that just doesn’t have it.
MDS’s pick : Bills 27, Patriots 20.
Florio’s take : The Bills can’t run or stop the run. The Patriots can do both, and they can frustrate Josh Allen and the Buffalo passing game.
Florio’s pick : Patriots 23, Bills 20.
Titans (-6) at Bengals.
MDS’s take : Joe Burrow is playing well, but the gap in talent between these two teams is enormous. The Titans will bounce back from last week’s loss.
MDS’s pick : Titans 24, Bengals 20.
Florio’s take : Tennessee gets back on the right track by slowly suffocating a team that has a franchise quarterback but still too much dysfunction around him.
Florio’s pick : Titans 27, Bengals 20.
MDS’s take : The Browns will eke out a close win as they continue their improbable run toward a return to the playoffs.
MDS’s pick : Browns 21, Raiders 20.
Florio’s take : The Browns have five more games they should win, three more games they should lose. This one falls into the “maybe” category. It’s a toss-up, but I’ll ride with the team that finds a way to beat the non-elite teams.
Florio’s pick : Browns 24, Raiders 20.
Colts (-3) at Lions.
MDS’s take : The Lions have won two in a row, but they haven’t played a defense as good as the Colts. Indianapolis will win a low-scoring game.
MDS’s pick : Colts 17, Lions 13.
Florio’s take : The Colts had two weeks to get ready for a Lions team that lucked its way into a game it shouldn’t have won. If Indy doesn’t win this one, Indy isn’t a real contender.
Florio’s pick : Colts 24, Lions 17.
MDS’s take : The Vikings are just not going to contend this season. If that weren’t already obvious, the Packers will make it clear on Sunday.
MDS’s pick : Packers 31, Vikings 20.
Florio’s take : Aaron Rodgers thinks the Vikings should keep Mike Zimmer. Based on Week One, of course Rodgers does.
Florio’s pick : Packers 34, Vikings 17.
MDS’s take : It’s tough to know how to bet when the point spread is near three touchdowns, but I see the Chiefs winning comfortably but taking it easy enough on the Jets to keep the score relatively close.
MDS’s pick : Chiefs 34, Jets 23.
Florio’s take : The Chiefs learned their lesson when losing to the Raiders, and Le’Veon Bell will have plenty of reasons to run through and around his former team’s defense.
Florio’s pick : Chiefs 38, Jets 17.
Rams (-4) at Dolphins.
MDS’s take : It’s Tua Tagovialoa time, but he’s drawing a tough opponent in his first start. Aaron Donald is going to make this a long day for a Dolphins team that is choosing to prioritize the future rather than compete for the playoffs this year.
MDS’s pick : Rams 27, Dolphins 14.
Florio’s take : Congratulations could quickly become condolences for Tua.
Florio’s pick : Rams 28, Dolphins 20.
MDS’s take : The Steelers will get their first loss of the season as the Ravens’ offense comes alive in a great AFC North battle.
MDS’s pick : Ravens 35, Steelers 30.
Florio’s take : The Steelers are closing in on team of destiny territory. Beating the Ravens in Baltimore could clinch it.
Florio’s pick : Steelers 27, Ravens 24.
Chargers (-3) at Broncos.
MDS’s take : Vic Fangio will have a good game plan for Justin Herbert, but the Broncos have been hit hard by injuries and just don’t have the personnel.
MDS’s pick : Chargers 28, Broncos 20.
Florio’s take : The Chargers are far better than their record suggests. The Broncos arguably are worse than theirs would indicate.
Florio’s pick : Chargers 30, Broncos 23.
Saints (-4) at Bears.
MDS’s take : The Bears’ offense has been even worse with Nick Foles than it was with Mitch Trubisky. The Saints haven’t been quite as great a team as I thought they would be, but they should easily outscore Chicago.
MDS’s pick : Saints 28, Bears 17.
Florio’s take : Matt Nagy may soon be developing a gut feeling to go back to Mitch Trubisky.
Florio’s pick : Saints 24, Bears 13.
MDS’s take : The 49ers have played much better football than anyone reasonably could have expected after their rash of early-season injuries, but they’re going to have a hard time keeping Russell Wilson in check.
MDS’s pick : Seahawks 31, 49ers 27.
Florio’s take : The 49ers don’t have the pass rush to corral Russell Wilson.
Florio’s pick : Seahawks 34, 49ers 30.
MDS’s take : The NFC East is weak, but the Eagles are clearly the best team in it. They’ll make that clear against the Cowboys.
MDS’s pick : Eagles 31, Cowboys 14.
Florio’s take : The Cowboys are the NFC equivalent of the Jets — both bad and non-competitive.
Florio’s pick : Eagles 27, Cowboys 10.
Buccaneers (-10.5) at Giants.
MDS’s take : Tom Brady will get a prime time opportunity to make his case that he’s an MVP candidate in a game the Bucs won’t have much trouble winning.
MDS’s pick : Buccaneers 27, Giants 20.
Florio’s take : With the Giants facing a COVID-19 crunch, a blowout becomes even more likely.
Florio’s pick : Buccaneers 38, Giants 16.

NFL Week 8 game picks: Pats, 49ers stay perfect; Eagles nip Bills.
Around The NFL Editor.
Gregg Rosenthal went 11-3 on his predictions for Week 7, bringing his season record to 61-44-1. How will he fare in Week 8? His picks are below.
1 p.m. ET (FOX) | Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta)
It's remarkable that the NFL's second-most efficient passing attack is primarily built on D.K. Metcalf's three routes and improvisations between Russell Wilson and Tyler Lockett. It's even more remarkable that it should be plenty against a Falcons pass defense that sinks lower and plays softer by the week. This Falcons roster isn't that different or that much worse on paper than the one that made the Super Bowl, but the book is out on how to beat them, and coach Dan Quinn is out of counter moves. I'm not even sure these Seahawks are that good -- they've won once decisively, lost twice decisively and prevailed in four nail-biters. This isn't the week we're going to find out how good they are, however, whether Matt Ryanplays or not.
1 p.m. ET (CBS) | Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis)
The Colts have yet to win or lose a game by more than one score, with this week marking a prime opportunity for their first comfortable win. The Broncos' white flag trade of Emmanuel Sanders to the 49ers indicates that John Elway is already looking to 2020 despite playing a quarterback whose supporters mostly look to 2012. That doesn't mean they'll get blown out. The Colts' defense played with more cohesion a week ago with Justin Houston, Jabaal Sheard, Denico Autry and Darius Leonard finally all playing together on a sound front seven. Still, this isn't a playmaking group, and the weekly growth in Jacoby Brissett's game doesn't mean the Colts will score 30 most games. Look for a lot of long, slow drives by both teams and a close Colts win, same as it ever was.
1 p.m. ET (FOX) | Nissan Stadium (Nashville, Tenn.)
Ryan Tannehill played the best game by a Titans quarterback all season in his first start of the year. He actually attempted tight-window throws against the Chargers, allowing Tennessee's underrated wideouts (hello, A.J. Brown!) to make the plays they are capable of. That's especially relevant this week against a Bucs defense that stuffs the run, but is among the league's worst at defending mid-range passes. Titans defensive coordinator Dean Pees and his veteran secondary, on the other hand, are experts at confusing the league's lesser, mistake-prone quarterbacks. Who knew that the final answer to the Marcus Mariota-Jameis Winston debate would turn out to be Ryan Tannehill?
1 p.m. ET (CBS) | Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans)
The plan is for Drew Brees to return on Sunday. Whether the Saints could win the game without him is irrelevant: Drew Brees plays if he's ready, no matter how many Twitter hot-take lemmings with zero medical information think the team should save him until after the bye week. Teddy Bridgewater left on a high note, but it seems unfair for Brees to miss out any longer on the support of the best Saints defense and offensive tackle tandem of his career. When Marshon Lattimore shuts down Larry Fitzgerald on Sunday, whom will Kyler Murray have left to throw to? UPDATE: Drew Brees will start on Sunday.
*1 p.m. ET (CBS) | Wembley Stadium (London) *
Let's hope that the Rams' win in Atlanta allows Sean McVay to build on what his team does well. That is playing with tempo and throwing the ball with abandon to three excellent wide receivers. That is not handing it off to Todd Gurley, who doesn't even try to make defenders miss in the secondary when he has a chance for a big play. I want to see more of rookie runner Darrell Henderson and I suspect Rams coaches agree. The good thing this week is everything should work for Los Angeles vs. Bengals coach Zac Taylor in his Rams reunion. While Cincy's had awful injury luck, Taylor is reaching depths on both sides of the ball that Marvin Lewis never saw in his 16 seasons at the helm.
1 p.m. ET (FOX) | New Era Field (Orchard Park, N.Y.)
The Eagles' three-game road swing is shaping up as a season-crushing disaster if they can't win in Buffalo. If they can't stop the run and play mediocre up front on offense, what is their identity? Philadelphia keeps cutting players a day after starting them (Zach Brown, Orlando Scandrick) and benching once-promising options like Sidney Jones. These are signs of a team in tumult. Facing Josh Allen should help the Eagles' sagging secondary, although the Bills have done a credible job staying aggressive with the pass despite Allen's uneven play. Allen's running ability also helps the Bills stay second in red-zone touchdown percentage. This is a coin-flip game, but I'm taking Philly because a team that trails in the fourth quarter at home to both the Bengals and Dolphins is overdue to get picked off.
1 p.m. ET (FOX) | Soldier Field (Chicago)
Nearly everything Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley has tried this season hasn't worked. The same is true for Bears offensive guru Matt Nagy, who is still looking for his first 300-yard game. Something has to give in a matchup of teams that are hoping they've already hit bottom but won't know until Sunday. At least the Chargers finally have some good injury news. Left tackle Russell Okung will return against a Bears defense that hasn't looked the same without Akiem Hicks. Pass rusher Melvin Ingram returned to practice and could help Joey Bosa, who is coming off his best game in an impressive season. With Hunter Henry balling out each week, the Chargers are inching closer to resembling the team they arrived in camp with. I don't trust Chicago whatsoever as a heavy home favorite because the offensive problems go far beyond injuries.
1 p.m. ET (FOX) | Ford Field (Detroit)
The promise of the unknown often exceeds reality. Daniel Jones' numbers (6 touchdowns, 7 picks, 5 fumbles lost, 18 sacks taken) look Eli-esque after five starts, with his glorious debut getting further in the rearview mirror. The Giants' offense is averaging 12 points per game since that Bucs win, with Jones' worst performance coming last week after finally getting Saquon Barkley and Evan Engram on the field together. The Lions' season also looked a lot more fun before losing running back Kerryon Johnson to injured reserve and allowing at least 430 yards for three straight bend-but-also-break games. That leaves me with the one known positive in this game as the decisive outcome: Matthew Stafford throwing glorious deep passes to his Inspector Gadget-like wideouts.
1 p.m. ET (CBS) | TIAA Bank Field (Jacksonville, Fla.)
The Jaguars' defense has fallen off, especially without Jalen Ramsey. But defensive coordinator Todd Wash and his front-line trio of Calais Campbell, Josh Allen and Yannick Ngakoue are not the ideal opponents for a Jets offense struggling to protect. Offensive line play starts with coaching, and is boosted by quarterbacks who recognize where pressure is coming from and get rid of the ball. It's safe to say that's not the strength of Sam Darnold or Adam Gase's staff right now, and the Jaguars defense should set up Gardner Minshew with some short fields. If they get to 4-4, the Jaguars' looming quarterback decision will get a little tougher.
4:05 p.m. ET (FOX) | Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara, Calif.)
I'm not picking against the 49ers until this potentially historic defensive line faces a quality front or a veteran quarterback able to mitigate their awesome power. Panthers coordinator Norv Turner is nothing if not resourceful, but he isn't working with either. Carolina's offensive line hasn't communicated or protected well all season, a problem exacerbated by playing a green quarterback like Kyle Allen. In a battle of creatively schemed running games, it's been wise to give the edge to the team coached by a Shanahan for roughly the last 35 years.
4:25 p.m. ET (CBS) | NRG Stadium (Houston)
The Raiders are eighth in offensive efficiency despite using Trevor Davis, Keelan Doss and Hunter Renfrow as their top three receivers with Tyrell Williams still out. That's a testament to Josh Jacobs, Jon Gruden's play-calling and an offensive line that could be the league's best when Trent Brown returns. Facing the Texans' defense is no longer a tough matchup. J.J. Watt remains elite, but Whitney Mercilus is fading while being asked to play nearly every snap. The already-shaky Houston secondary will now feature Raiders cornerback Gareon Conley, last seen getting toasted in Green Bay last weekend before one of the most disrespectful trades ever. ( "Here's our player: Use him against us Sunday, please." ) I can't pick a Raiders upset when Deshaun Watson is playing the best ball of his career, but I can pick a closer, higher-scoring shootout than the consensus expects.
4:25 p.m. ET (CBS) | Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
The Baker Mayfield-Odell Beckham Jr. connection has underwhelmed through six games. OBJ is averaging 8.1 yards per target, significantly less than that of Jarvis Landry or even Ricky Seals-Jones. That's a result of poor timing from the duo, poor throws from Mayfield and a surprising amount of catchable passes Beckham hasn't come down with. I'm fascinated to see how Freddie Kitchens and Mayfield will attempt to fix the issue in Foxborough, especially with Beckham likely to draw Stephon Gilmore plenty. New England's heavy press-man-coverage approach should be susceptible to big plays, but the Pats haven't faced an offense explosive enough to take advantage of their aggression. This Browns offense is fully capable of spiking for one week and resetting expectations after a shaky start, but I don't trust their coaches, players or defense to handle all the situational-football pressure Bill Belichick and Tom Brady apply in a surprising thriller.

NFL picks, predictions for Week 8: Ravens hand Steelers first loss; Saints beat Bears; Browns upset.
Week 8 of the NFL season features the renewal of a classic AFC North rivalry with high stakes in the playoff race.
Pittsburgh (6-0) is the last unbeaten team remaining in the NFL. The Steelers rank in the top 10 in offense and defense and have a chance to take a two-game lead in the division race. The Ravens (5-1) have the top-scoring defense in the NFL, and Lamar Jackson leads a top-10 offense. It promises to be a physical matchup and a close game.
That’s not the only good divisional matchup on the schedule. The Seahawks and 49ers renew their NFC West rivalry, and the Bills have a chance to bury the Patriots in the AFC East standings. For those that can’t avoid watching NFC East TV, the Eagles-Cowboys Sunday Night Football matchup should produce drama.
Last Week: 10-4 Season: 35-20.
With that as the mind, below are our picks and predictions for Week 8 of the NFL season.
NFL picks, predictions for Week 8.
Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers (-3)
Thursday, 8:20 p.m. ET, FOX/NFL Network.
The Panthers beat the Falcons 23-16 in Week 5, and Atlanta is coming off yet another heart-breaking loss to Detroit. Teddy Bridgewater helps Carolina end a two-game skid with a season sweep of their division rivals.
Pick: Panthers 27, Falcons 24.
New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills (-4)
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS.
The Patriots haven't lost four straight games since 2002, and the poor quarterback play is eye-opening. New England QBs have combined for just three TDs and 11 interceptions this season. The Bills will be more than happy to pile on.
Pick: Bills 27, Patriots 14.
Las Vegas Raiders at Cleveland Browns (-3)
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FOX.
The Browns lost Odell Beckham Jr. to a torn ACL, but Baker Mayfield showed he can work with the other receivers. Las Vegas is 2-1 on the road, and the Raiders have won the last two meetings against Cleveland. Anticipate a wild finish between two playoff contenders.
Pick: Raiders 29, Browns 27.
Indianapolis Colts (-2.5) at Detroit Lions.
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS.
Matthew Stafford revived the Lions' season with a last-second TD pass to T.J. Hockenson, and Detroit suddenly has life in the NFC playoff race. The Colts had a bye week to prepare, but they are also 1-2 on the road this season. Detroit's Matthew Stafford outduels Indy's Philip Rivers here.
Pick: Lions 27, Colts 24.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens (-4.5)
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS.
Lamar Jackson threw three interceptions in his only start against the Steelers last season, but the Ravens still won 26-23. Baltimore had an extra week to get ready, and they take advantage in what should be the best game of the weekend.
Pick: Ravens 30, Steelers 27.
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers (-7)
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FOX.
It's a rematch from a Week 1 shootout between NFC North rivals. Minnesota had a bye week to prepare and will be playing with a sense of desperation, but it's hard to trust a team that has surrendered 27 points or more in every game this season. The Packers are still battling injuries to some stars, but they keep rolling the division.
Pick: Packers 33, Vikings 22.
New York Jets at Kansas City Chiefs (-20)
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS.
It's a huge point spread, but this is a lopsided matchup for a reason. The Jets are averaging just 12.1 points per game, and Kansas City learned its lesson from taking an opponent too lightly in Week 5 against the Raiders. The only questions here are whether the Chiefs cover – and whether Le'Veon Bells gets in the end zone against his former team.
Pick: Chiefs 37, Jets 13.
Los Angeles Rams (-3.5) at Miami Dolphins.
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FOX.
Tua Tagovailoa will make his first start, and the Rams are coming off a short week after Monday Night Football. Los Angeles ranks in the top five in sacks per game, and that pressure will create a few turnovers. Tua, meet Aaron Donald.
Pick: Rams 29, Dolphins 20.
Tennessee Titans (-5.5) at Cincinnati Bengals.
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS.
Joe Burrow continues to impress as a rookie, but the Bengals have been outscored 73-43 in the fourth quarter this season. Tennessee presents too many problems for Cincinnati's defense.
Pick: Titans 28, Bengals 19.
Los Angeles Chargers (-2.5) at Denver Broncos.
Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS.
Drew Lock hasn't thrown a TD pass in his last two starts, and Justin Herbert has seven TDs and no interceptions the last two weeks. Lock, however, finds a groove at home against a defense that allows 253.2 yards per game.
Pick: Broncos 27, Chargers 25.
New Orleans Saints (-2.5) at Chicago Bears.
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, FOX.
The Saints have quietly won three straight games since the "Sunday Night Football" loss to Green Bay, and Drew Brees completed 29 of 36 passes last week against the Panthers. Brees has won his last four starts against Chicago, too.
Pick: Saints 28, Bears 24.
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks (-3)
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, FOX.
The NFC West grinder continues, and Seattle will look to bounce back from its first loss of the season. The 49ers and Seahawks have split their last four meetings. San Francisco has allowed just 11 points per game the last two weeks. Seattle has played in five straight one score games, and that experience pays off in a classic.
Pick: 49ers 29, Seahawks 26.
Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles (-7.5)
Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC.
The Cowboys might go quarterback shopping this week, but it’s a dreadful defense that continues to be the biggest problem. Carson Wentz has passed for multiple TDs in his last three starts, and he improves to 4-4 as a starter against Dallas.
Pick: Eagles 30, Cowboys 20.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New York Giants.
Monday, 8:15 p.m., NBC.
Tom Brady comes to the Big Apple, but Eli Manning won't be on the other sideline. The Buccaneers' pass rush will overwhelm Daniel Jones, and Tampa Bay's offense continues to put up big numbers. Brady has just one interception in his last four games.

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