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Baltimore (-6') at BUFFALO

By Jack Brayman, Featured Handicapper

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Now that they have the top seed in the AFC, it's time to flex some muscle.

The Baltimore Ravens are the No. 1 team in the conference, and I say the league, as they travel to Buffalo to face the playoff-hopeful Bills. The Ravens (10-2) and New England (10-2) have the best record in the AFC, but Baltimore gets the tiebreaker thanks to its 37-20 victory over the Patriots on Nov. 3. And with the way it is playing on both sides of the line of scrimmage, I don't think the Bills will be able to handle that physical brand of football.

When you combine the offense of Lamar Jackson and that stifling defense that is proving to be far better than everyone thought, we're seeing this team improve week after week, which is why it's won a franchise-record eight in a row.

Again, they're not only the team to beat in the conference, but as we saw against the over-rated San Francisco 49ers, the Ravens are the team to beat in the entire NFL.

Think about it, Jackson - the quarterback - just ran for 101 yards against the top-ranked defense in the NFL on a wet and windy day. He set an NFL record for quarterbacks with his fourth 100-yard game of the year. The 49ers had no answers for Jackson or the rest of the Ravens.

I know the Bills have won three straight by a combined 83-38 score and are 4-2 at home, but their defense hasn't seen an offense like this all season.

I'm inclined to lean toward the better team here.


San Francisco (+2') at NEW ORLEANS

By Stephen DeAngelo, Featured Handicapper

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For Sunday’s freebie in the NFL, we’ll play the 49ers as a small underdog in New Orleans.


San Francisco went to Baltimore last week and played the red-hot Ravens dead-even for 59 minutes and 55 seconds, coming up short when the NFL’s best kicker drilled a 49-yard field goal through the rain at the gun to give the Ravens a 20-17 win. It was as impressive a loss as you’ll ever see, as the 49ers outgained Baltimore 331-283 and only lost the rushing battle by four yards (178-174) but did so on nine fewer carries (29, vs. 38 carries for the Ravens).


The only area in which San Francisco’s vaunted defense struggled was stopping Lamar Jackson on the read-option, as the MVP frontrunner had 101 rushing yards and a touchdown on 16 carries. Well, one thing the Niners don’t have to be concerned about today is a running quarterback, as old-man Drew Brees will be sitting in the pocket all afternoon. And as he sits there, Brees will be trying to solve the puzzle that is the NFL’s #1 pass defense. It’s a defense that’s allowing just 134.3 passing yards per game, that’s recorded nearly as many interceptions (11) as it has allowed TD passes (12) and that’s racked up 45 sacks (just one behind league-leading Carolina’s 46 sacks).


Here’s how much of a nightmare San Francisco’s D has been: Opposing quarterbacks are averaging a 73.6 passer rating against the Niners. Only three other defenses in the league are holding QBs to a rating below 82: New England (57.3), Buffalo (78.5) and Baltimore (79.5).


With last week’s setback in Baltimore, the 49ers dropped to 10-2 with both setbacks coming by three points on the game’s final play (the other being a 27-24 overtime home loss to the Seahawks). That means they’re six points away from being undefeated. While the Saints are also 10-2 and have rebounded with three straight wins since an ugly 26-9 home loss to the Atlanta, they’ve looked shaky in the last two (should’ve lost to Carolina two weeks ago).


Finally, you’d think with the 49ers playing their second straight road game against a high-quality opponent—in one of the NFL’s most hostile environments—that they’d be catching more points. The fact this line is as short as it is tells me the oddsmakers believe San Francisco is the superior team. And I agree with them.


Miami (+5') at N.Y. JETS

By Chris Jordan, Featured Handicapper

Last Sunday and Monday I delivered back-to-back 1000♦ NFL Winners on Tennessee and Seattle, on Sunday and Monday.

Saturday I made it three in a row, as Appalachian State hung on for the cover against UL Lafayette.

Those plays pale in comparison to the most sought-after release in the history of sports wagering than my play tonight.

Biggest Play of my 37-Year Career Goes Today!


NFL Release in 37 Years
L.A. Rams - Seattle

17-8 with Blank Check NFL Plays in my 35-Year Handicapping Career

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The Miami Dolphins have to be the happiest three-win team in the history of the NFL. Their latest upset victory is the third in five games for a group that was accused of tanking terribly during its historically bad start over the first two months of the season.

I'm not sure how, but the Dolphins have overcome a slew of injuries to knock off the New York Jets, Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles.

Miami is ecstatic at 3-9.

Now the Fins get the Jets again, and it couldn't happen in a better week. I mean, think about this for a minute, New York spent all of last week preparing for the worst team in football, the Cincinnati Bengals, all the while clamoring about making a playoff run with four wins on the books, thinking they'd win out. And against the winless Bengals, the Jets never land in the end zone.

Get the point?

Now Miami has a chance to move into a third-place tie in the AFC East by completing the season sweep of New York.

Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker has been amazing, as he's emerged as the team's No. 1 guy. He has enjoyed easily the best three-game stretch of his pro career, tallying 20 catches for 385 yards and two touchdowns. The highlight? A seven-catch, 159-yard, two-score performance in last week's victory over the joke-of-a-team Eagles.

Parker already has 53 catches in 2019 with a career-high 854 receiving yards and six touchdowns, and now he faces a defense that didn't do much to slow the Bengals in a 22-6 loss last week.

I'll take Miami here.