Quick Hitters: The Rest Of The Week 9 Slate

Due to my continued relentlessness in knocking out movies on my watch list, I have decided to once again do my weekly NFL predictions in this format.

So with that being said, here are the rest of my Week 9 predictions via the bullet points below:

  • I’ll take the Jaguars over the Texans because this week is the perfect one for the Jaguars to finally be over .500 for the first time since Week 4 of last season
  • I’ll take the Bills to bounce back against the hapless Redskins
  • Despite the possibility of no Patrick Mahomes this week, I’ll take the Chiefs over the Vikings because I just can’t see Andy Reid’s bunch having a four-game losing streak at Arrowhead Stadium
  • I’ll take the Dolphins over the Jets because this game is one of the few winnable ones for Brian Flores’ bunch
  • In a battle of teams (Bears and Eagles) coached by former Andy Reid assistants, I’ll take the Super Bowl 52 champions because I expect them to build off last week’s big road win against the Bills
  • I’ll take the Steelers in an upset over the Colts because they won’t win at Heinz Field without T.Y. Hilton
  • I’ll take the Panthers to bounce back at home against a Titans team that barely won their past two games
  • I’m finally picking the Raiders to win, as I see them feeding off the crowd in their first game at RingCentral Coliseum since Week 2
  • Despite this being considered a trap game for the Seahawks, I just can’t see them losing at The Link against the Buccaneers
  • Despite losing Bradley Chubb (partial torn left ACL) and Joe Flacco (herniated disc) to IR, along with trading Emmanuel Sanders to the 49ers, the Broncos have more than enough to defeat the under-achieving Browns in this game, which is something they’ll indeed do. Look for 100 yards or more on the ground from Phillip Lindsay and look for a three-sack game from Von Miller
  • Logic says to take the Packers against the Chargers. Especially with how well the Packers have looked this entire season. However, they are due for a road loss against a team whose losses have all been decided by seven points or less. Matter of fact, two of the Chargers’ wins have been decided six points or less. Overall, seven of the Chargers’ games have been decided by one possession. This game will be decided by one possession as well, but the home team will come out on top in this one
  • I’ll take the Ravens over the Patriots because I feel like John Harbaugh’s bunch will emerge strong out of their Week 8 bye. Plus, the Patriots have to lose sooner or later
  • I’ll take the Cowboys over the Giants because Jason Garrett’s bunch will also emerge strong out of their Week 8 bye, along with the fact that they will build off their Week 7 victory against the Eagles

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