NFL: Week Nine Picks
New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills
Thomas Jones will have to produce most of New York's offense, with Coles and Cotchery maybe sitting out the game with injuries. Buffalo's rush attack should get stuffed by the Jets' elite run defense, so Trent Edwards will have to win the game with Lee Evans and Josh Reed.
Detroit Lions @ Chicago Bears
The Bears already smoked the Lions 34-7 in Detroit, and there's no reason to think this week's game in Chicago will be any different.
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals suck. The Jags aren't good, but they aren't as bad as the lowly Bengals.
Baltimore Ravens @ Cleveland Browns
Both teams are coming off of wins. But the Ravens' defense is as stellar as ever, and Joe Flacco is getting better. Meanwhile, the Browns have been playing too well lately to keep it up much longer.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Kansas City Chiefs
This is really the week of bottom-feeders against contenders. The Chiefs suck. The Bucs hit a rough patch against the Cowboys, but who hasn't had a bad game this year?
Houston Texans @ Minnesota Vikings
The Texans are on a three-game winning streak, and the Vikings haven't been playing well lately.
Arizona Cardinals @ St. Louis Rams
The Rams have won two-of-three, but the Cardinals' offense is just too good.
Green Bay Packers @ Tennessee Titans
The Packers are one-dimensional offensively, and the Titans' explosive run offense matches up well with the Packers' pedestrian run defense.
Miami Dolphins @ Denver Broncos
The Broncos have lost three-of-four, and Ronnie Brown should tear the Broncos a new one out of the Wildcat formation.
Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants
The Cowboys are coming off a tough, hard-earned win over the Bucs, and the Giants are coming off of a resilient victory for which they beat the Steelers at their own game.
Atlanta Falcons @ Oakland Raiders
The Falcons aren't especially good, but the Raiders can't win without McFadden.
Philadelphia Eagles @ Seattle Seahawks
Brian Westbrook could single-handedly outscore the Seahawks.
New England Patriots @ Indianapolis Colts
The Patriots keep finding ways to win, and even if Addai and Sanders return for the Colts, they'll be rusty—especially Sanders—and the offense should still be stagnant.
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Washington Redskins
The Redskins have proved themselves against quality opposition. The Steelers haven't. Look for the Steelers to drop to 0-3 against NFC teams.
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