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NE Patriots (1-6, 7-12) @ TEN Titans

The Patriots relied on some trick plays and fortunately timed turnovers to see of the Packers. The defense looked its usual bend don’t break self but the Brady isn’t playing at his MVP level and the running game is still an issue. The Titans looked solid in their win over the Cowboys and should prove stiff opposition for New England as Mike Vrabel faces off against his old team.

NO Saints @ CIN Bengals (7-12, 13-18)

This game sees one of the worst defenses in the league, against one of the best offenses. Could get ugly and the Bengals will have to plan for a shootout. Can they do a better job of staying with the Saints than they did the Chiefs at home? Coming off a bye week might help keep it a bit closer but not much

WAS Redskins (7-12) @ TB Buccaneers (7-12)

Who knows which version of Ryan Fitzpatrick will turn up and for how many quarters? The Redskins defense has looked good against bad offenses and taken apart against good ones, which is true of many of the better defenses this season. The Redskins will be hoping to take advantage of a porous Bucs defense. This one could go either way.

SEA Seahawks @ LA Rams (7-12, 13-18)

This is the third tough game in a row for the Rams. The Seahawks looked mortal when faced with some proper opposition last week. Away to the Rams has not proved a happy fixture for Russell Wilson and the Rams defense will be hurt by their beating at the hands of the Saints last week. The Rams will have too much on offense for a young defense that looked good against the Raiders but regressed to the norm vs the Chargers and will the Rams this week.

MIA Dolphins @ GB Packers (13-18)

The Dolphins are probably the worst team with a winning record in the NFL. The Packers might be the best with a losing one. The Packers can’t afford to fall any further behind in the NFC playoff race and should beat the Dolphins comfortably on Sunday.

DAL Cowboys @ PHI Eagles (13-18, 19-24)

The knives have been out all week for Jason Garrett and to a lesser extent Dak Prescott. On a short week the Cowboys have to travel east to meet their hated rivals coming off a bye week following their Wembley success. Expect the energised Eagles to have too much for Dallas on Sunday night in what could be a blowout.

NY Giants (1-6, 7-12) @ SF 49ers (7-12)

The 1980’s weeps for these two former NFC powerhouses as two of the NFL runts play off against each other. New York will be coming off a bye whilst the 49ers are boosted by the Nick Mullens led victory against the terrible Raiders. The Giants should have too many weapons for San Francisco in this game but it feels like you say that every week against whomever they’re playing and they come up small. This might be the game they show it.

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Liz has covered the NFL for five seasons, and currently serves as Managing Editor for Ninety-Nine Yards and for her own website, NFLGirlUK.com. Since launching the website in 2014, she has made regular appearances on the TalkSport2 ‘All American Sports Show’ with Nat Coombs and in 2016 was ranked No.37 (of 400+) in the “Super Bowl: Top 50 UK Influencers” by marketing software producers Analytica for “igniting conversations” between fans.

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