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Week 10 results: Rick: 6-6-2; Coin: 11-1-2
Cumulative: Rick: 66-78-3; Coin: 78-66-3

Thursday, November 19

Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks (-3, 57 1/2) 8:20 pm (Fox) - Arizona topped the Bills on the final play of the game, a heave from Kyler Murray to DeAndre Hopkins for a stunning 32-30 victory last week, causing a three-way tie with the Rams and Seahawks for the NFC West lead.

The Rams upended Seattle, 23-16, leaving all three at 6-3. The Cardinals hold a tie-breaker over Seattle, having defeated the Seahawks, 37-34 in overtime a few weeks back.

Seattle's defense seems to be a real problem as the Seahawks have dropped three of their last four, though all of them were road affairs. With Murray at QB, the Cards are never out of it, a real problem for Seattle defenders.

Coin Flip: Arizona

Prediction: Cardinals 38 Seahawks 30

Sunday, November 22

Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens (-6 1/2, 49) 1:00 pm (CBS) - Looking out of sorts in their 34-17 loss to the Colts last week, the Titans - losers of three of their last four - really need to step it up on the road against the Ravens.

Baltimore was outmuscled by New England last Sunday night, 23-17, a rarity, and they've lost two of their last three but in between defeats by the Steelers and Pats, they handled the Colts, 24-10. Tough spot for Tennessee as their defense probably won't hold up against the Ravens.

Coin Flip: Tennessee

Prediction: Ravens 30 Titans 17

Detroit Lions at Carolina Panthers (-3, 49) 1:00 pm (Fox) - The Lions just keep hanging around, at 4-5 they're still a playoff threat but three of their wins have come by three points or fewer, including last week's 30-27 win over Washington on a last second field goal.

The losses are piling up in Carolina, currently at five straight after Tampa Bay ripped them, 46-23. Their favoritism here seems a bit suspect. The Lions may run away and hide.

Coin Flip: Detroit

Prediction: Lions 35 Panthers 23

Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns (-3 1/2, 45 1/2) 1:00 pm (Fox) - Technically, the Eagles are in first place in the NFC East, but with a record of 3-5-1, they'd be out of it in any other division. Their 27-17 loss to the Giants was unforgivable. They are just not a very good team.

Cleveland finds itself in a much different scenario. At 6-3, they are tied with Baltimore for second place behind the 9-0 Steelers in the AFC North. The Browns are a legitimate playoff team, but they've got lots of company, like the Raiders, Dolphins, and Titans. No reason not to like them against the stinkers from Philly.

Coin Flip: Cleveland

Prediction: Browns 28 Eagles 16

New England Patriots (-2, 47) at Houston Texans 1:00 pm (CBS) - The way New England mauled the Ravens Sunday night, they should be more than a slight favorite even on the road. Let's face it, Houston is 2-7 for a multitude of reasons, not the least of which is an effective offense to say nothing of their giving defense.

The Texans return home after a 27-25 win at Jacksonville and a 10-7 loss at Cleveland. The defense may be getting better, but they've allowed 31 or more points in five of their losses. Defensively, New England is far superior and coaching-wise, well, no contest.

Coin Flip: New England

Prediction: Patriots 24 Texans 10

Pittsburgh Steelers (-10, 47 1/2) at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 pm (CBS) - Blowout city. The Steelers have that championship look and Jacksonville is nowhere near ready to face up to them. Jags are 1-8; Steelers, 9-0.

Seriously, 10 points? Pittsburgh may cover that by the end of the first quarter.

Coin Flip: Jacksonville

Prediction: Steelers 38 Jaguars 6

Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints (-5, 50 1/2) 1:00 pm (Fox) - Granted, the Falcons have been playing better, winners in three of their last four, the loss a 23-22 heartbreaker to Detroit.

New Orleans, after a 1-2 start has reeled off six straight wins and they're making it look easier every game. The tore up Tampa Bay, 38-3, then came home to rip the 49ers, 27-13. Atlanta is coming off a bye week, so they're rested and this is a divisional rivalry. Still, the Saints are just in a groove.

Coin Flip: New Orleans

Prediction: Saints 34 Falcons 27

Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Football Team (-1 1/2, 46 1/2) 1:00 pm (CBS) - Washington is 2-7. The Bengals are 2-6-1. Joe Burrow is hungry for wins, while the team with no name may be trying to figure out how to win the NFC East, and get a cheap invite to the playoffs. Statistically speaking, the Bengals have a slight edge on offense, the Washington team better on defense.

Siding with Joe Burrow in loos-up games may prove to be a winning formula for years to come. This could be the start of a trend.

Coin Flip: Cincinnati

Prediction: Bengals 30 Other Team 24

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