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  • For most of the last two seasons Seattle and San Francisco have been thought to be the two best teams in the NFL. They are very similar too, built around young athletic quarterbacks and stifling defenses. But things are a little different this year as both teams have struggled more than expected and find themselves looking up at upstart Arizona in the ultra competitive NFC West. +…
  • The Detroit Lions have fallen off as of late and are now 7-4 on the year and a full game back of the Green Bay Packers in the NFC North. A victory would shift the pressure to the Packers, who face the New England Patriots, and bring the Lions one game closer to winning the division and ending their two-year playoff drought. +…
  • This may be a division rivalry but at this stage of the season the Cowboys have certainly separated themselves from the Giants. Dallas is nowhere near an elite team but they have proven that they are a pretty good one while New York has proven that when they want to they can look like the worst team in football - Eli Manning was a turnover machine last week and this team is nowhere near good enough in other phases of the game to overcome that. +…
  • The Arizona Cardinals have surprised everyone with their 9-1 start to the 2014 season but they're about to come up on the toughest test of the season as they travel North to face the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks. The Cardinals will be starting Drew Stanton at quarterback, but the Seahawks are coming off a loss and about to face one of the NFL's best defenses. +…
  • The New England Patriots picked up from where they left off following their bye week with a 42-20 win over Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts to extend their win streak to six last Sunday. Back in Foxboro for their lone home game in a one-month period the key will be avoiding a letdown this week. Tom Brady and the Patriots will look to continue their dominance against Matt Stafford and the Detroit Lions on Sunday afternoon. +…
  • The Oakland Raiders are a winless 0-10 on the year but facing division rival Kansas City Chiefs this week on Thursday Night Football. Although still looking for their first win of the 2014 season, the Raiders have been a great sports betting option this year as they've routinely been getting double-digit point spreads and usual finish games within single-digits. +…
 
 

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