The Pittsburgh Steelers emerged from their Week 9 trip to Dallas with a still unblemished record. The 8-0 Steelers host the Cincinnati Bengals in an effort to remain the only undefeated team.
In an NFC East update, Philadelphia leads the division at 3-4-1, and the teams are a combined 9-24-1. In games against teams outside the division, the record is a dismal 2-17-1. Is it possible the NFC East will have to switch places with the top four Big Ten East teams next season?
Division Races on the Line
Thursday night’s game between the Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans is for the lead in the AFC South. The game has an over/under of 48.5. The game presents a contrast in styles, with the run-heavy Titans colliding with the Colts’ top-ranked defense.
The Colts struggled to score points against the Ravens, but they still held Baltimore to 266 total yards in the 24-10 loss. Meanwhile, the Titans broke a two-game losing streak by beating the Bears despite gaining only 228 yards.
The key to the game will be whether the Colts can force the Titans to abandon the running game. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been very efficient for Tennessee, but that’s with a balanced offense. If the Titans have to throw the ball to be successful, Indianapolis will have an advantage in the game.
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In Los Angeles, the Rams will be trying to pull into a tie for the NFC West lead with the Seattle Seahawks. Last week, a porous defense finally caught up with the Seahawks, suffering a 44-34 beatdown by the Bills. After starting the season 4-1, the Rams have lost two of their last three games.
Last week, four Ram turnovers handed the Dolphins a 28-17 win even though Miami gained an anemic 145 yards. Los Angeles is a slight 1.5 point favorite with an over/under of 55.5 points, the highest of any game in Week 10. If the Rams can hold on to the ball, they hold a slight edge because of the Seahawks defense.
The 7-2 Buffalo Bills will be heading west to take on 5-3 the Arizona Cardinals. A Cardinals win and a Seahawks loss would put Arizona in a three-way tie in the NFC West. The three-point underdog Bills currently have a two-game lead on surging Dolphins.
The Steelers erased a late Dallas lead last week to stay undefeated. They take on a surprisingly tough Bengals team that is only 1-5-1 in one-possession games. Two weeks ago, Cincinnati beat the Titans by 11 points heading into their bye week.
Pittsburgh is a 7.5 point favorite over the Bengals with an over/under of 47.5 points. The Steelers have only 188 total rushing yards in the last three games, all single possession wins. With the Bengals coming off their bye, Pittsburgh should be on upset alert. Will pro cappers picks be siding against the Steelers?
Finally, the winless New York Jets have a bye this week, but that doesn’t mean they won’t find a way to lose. Last week they miraculously snatched defeat out of the jaws of victory in a 30-27 loss to the Patriots.
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