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NEW YORK JETS AT TENNESSEE TITANS


NEW YORK JETS AT TENNESSEE TITANS
Time/site: Noon at LP Field Line: Titans by 5 1/2


Jets: New York is rested after last week's Thursday night victory over Pats, and Brett Favre has Jets going for their first five-game winning streak since 1974. If they continue to score big, they can win.

Titans: Until they finish the season against Steelers and Colts, this is the Titans' biggest chance for a loss. And they know it. Defense can turn it on.

Player to watch: Thomas Jones on a roll for Jets with nine TDs in last six games and two straight 100-yard rushing days. Kerry Collins making the Titans more of a passing team with five TD tosses in last two games.

Injuries: Titans cornerback Nick King (broken arm) is out. ...Titans running back LenDale White has a sore calf and Jets defensive end Shaun Ellis a sore shoulder.

Prediction: Titans 24, Jets 23

TAMPA BAY BUCS AT DETROIT Lions

Time/site: Noon at Ford Field

Line: Bucs by 8 1/2

Bucs: With Earnest Graham out for the year, Bucs must rebuild running game with Warrick Dunn and Cadillac Williams.

Lions: Detroit has been outscored 69-36 in the two games since signing Daunte Culpepper.

Player to watch: Calvin Johnson has seven TD catches for Lions.

Prediction: Bucs 26, Lions 13

BUFFALO Bills AT KANSAS CITY Chiefs

Time/site: Noon at Arrowhead Stadium

Line: Bills by 3

Bills: Buffalo's resurgence ended with a four-game losing streak.

Chiefs: The Chiefs have been more competitive than the Bills in the past four weeks.

Player to watch: Chiefs' Tyler Thigpen continues to improve -- eight TDs vs. one INT in past four games.

Prediction: Chiefs 20, Bills 16

CHICAGO Bears AT ST. LOUIS Rams

Time/site: Noon at Edward Jones Dome

Line: Bears by 8 1/2

Bears: Chicago has scored a total of 17 points in two straight losses, so offense again is the issue.

Rams: St. Louis has lost four straight by an average of 22.8 points under interim coach Jim Haslett.

Player to watch: Bears' Matt Forte leads rookies with 1,099 yards from scrimmage.

Prediction: Bears 17, Rams 13

NEW ENGLAND Patriots AT MIAMI Dolphins

Time/site: Noon at Dolphin Stadium

Line: Dolphins by 1 1/2

Patriots: The Pats are greatly improved since Dolphins blasted them, 38-13, in Foxboro Sept. 21.

Dolphins: Defense has held past four foes under 20 points, but can Miami keep it up?

Player to watch: Cassel has thrown 10 TD passes vs. seven INT, and even ran for 62 yards in last week's loss to Jets.

Prediction: Patriots 20, Dolphins 17

PHILADELPHIA Eagles AT BALTIMORE Ravens

Time/site: Noon at MT Bank Stadium

Line: Ravens by 1

Eagles: Donovan McNabb has thrown five INT in past three games.

Ravens: Baltimore is playing confidently after going 2-1 on the road the past three weeks.

Player to watch: Eagles' DeSean Jackson leads NFL rookies with 652 yards.

Prediction: Ravens 21, Eagles 16

HOUSTON Texans AT CLEVELAND Browns

Time/site: Noon at Cleveland Browns Stadium

Line: Browns by 3

Texans: Quarterback Sage Rosenfels isn't getting much help from a defense that has allowed 102 points during three-game losing streak.

Browns: Brady Quinn has two TD passes and hasn't been intercepted in 71 throws.

Player to watch: Rookie Steve Slaton is third in AFC with 701 yards rushing.

Prediction: Browns 24, Texans 20

SAN FRANCISCO 49ers AT DALLAS Cowboys

Time/site: Noon at Texas Stadium

Line: Cowboys by 10 1/2

49ers: Journeyman QB Shaun Hill continues to be effective, keeping it simple and giving the ball to Frank Gore.

Cowboys: Dallas needs this one and vs. Seattle next week to stay in playoff race.

Player to watch: Marion Barber averaging only 4.0 per carry, but has run for six TDs.

Prediction: Cowboys 27, 49ers 20

OAKLAND Raiders AT DENVER Broncos

Time/site/TV: 3 p.m. at Invesco Field, WCCO Ch. 4

Line: Broncos by 9 1/2

Raiders: The offense hasn't scored a touchdown in 13 quarters.

Broncos: Denver has won six of past seven and nine of 11 over the Raiders.

Player to watch: Broncos' Jay Cutler playing well, with four TD passes and one INT in past two games.

Prediction: Broncos 31, Raiders 17

WASHINGTON Redskins AT SEATTLE Seahawks

Time/site: 3:15 p.m. at Qwest Field

Line: Redskins by 3 1/2

Redskins: Will the long trip to Pacific Northwest somehow ignite the offense of the Redskins?

Seahawks: Matt Hasselbeck is back, but it appears the energy is gone from Seattle.

Player to watch: Redskins' Clinton Portis is second in NFL with 1,063 yards rushing.

Prediction: Redskins 20, Seahawks 14

N.Y. Giants AT ARIZONA Cardinals

Time/site/TV: 3:15 p.m. at University of Phoenix Stadium, KMSP Ch. 9

Line: Giants by 3

Giants: Super Bowl champs have won 13 of past 14 road games, and have consistently risen to challenges.

Cardinals: Arizona has No. 2 offense in NFL; in this game, Cards have the No. 2 offense.

Player to watch: Giants' Eli Manning is third in the NFC in passing with 15 TD passes.

Prediction: Giants 28, Cardinals 27

CAROLINA Panthers AT ATLANTA Falcons

Time/site: 3:15 p.m. at Georgia Dome

Line: Falcons by 1.

Panthers: Carolina going for its fifth straight victory and the chance to keep the lead in the NFC South.

Falcons: A big one for Falcons, who would fall three games out of first with a loss.

Player to watch: Falcons' Michael Turner averages 110 rushing yards.

Prediction: Falcons 21, Panthers 17

INDIANAPOLIS Colts AT SAN DIEGO Chargers

Time/site/TV: 7:15 p.m. at Qualcomm Stadium, KARE Ch. 11

Line: Chargers by 3

Colts: Peyton Manning has regained his old form, and defense is playing tougher.

Chargers: San Diego keeps finding ways to lose winnable games.

Player to watch: Chargers' Philip Rivers has thrown 21 TD passes vs. 10 INTs.

Prediction: Colts 30, Chargers 26



Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: November 22, 2008

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