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2008 Week Ten NFL Football Game Previews

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Thursday, November 6, 2008

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Matchup: Denver Broncos (4-4) @ Cleveland Browns (3-5)
Time: 8:15pm EST
Spread: Cleveland 3
Over/Under: 46
Preview: The Denver Broncos have lost two straight games, but still lead the AFC West with a 4-4 record. After getting off to a 3-1 start, Denver has dropped games to Kansas City, Jacksonville, New England, and Miami; with a lone win over Tampa Bay in that stretch. In the three losses the Broncos offense has sputtered only scoring 41 points in three games. The Broncos defense has yielded 91 points in those eight games as well. Denver has been outscored 221-190 on the season. In the AFC West; Denver sits ahead of San Diego, who is 3-5, followed by Oakland and Kansas City. The Broncos are 1-2 thus far when playing on the road. The Cleveland Browns have benched quarterback Derek Anderson in favor of rookie Brady Quinn. Quinn, the lovable hero in Cleveland will get his first start of the season in hopes to bring Cleveland back from a 3-5 start halfway through the season. The Browns are coming off a 37-27 loss to Baltimore on Sunday in which they were a 27-20 leader after three quarters; before getting outscored 17-0 in the fourth quarter. Wide Receiver Braylon Edwards has struggled throughout the season, dropping another huge pass in Sunday’s game. Cleveland is behind Pittsburgh and Baltimore inside the AFC North. Cleveland is 1-3 thus far at home.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

New Orleans Saints (4-4) @ Atlanta Falcons (5-3)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: pick’em
Over/Under: 50
Preview: The New Orleans Saints are back from London after a nice win over San Diego, and now have a tough task at hand, taking on the overachieving Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons were 24-0 winners of Oakland on Sunday. The Saints, who will be without star running back Reggie Bush have been inconsistent, not winning two games in a row all season. The four Saints wins have come over Tampa Bay, San Francisco, Oakland and San Diego. The Saints have dropped games to Washington, Denver, Minnesota, and Carolina. New Orleans has scored 216 points, while allowing 195 on the year. The Saints are at the bottom of the NFC South; two games behind the Carolina Panthers, 1.5 behind Tampa Bay, and one full game behind Atlanta. The Falcons, after there 24-0 win over Oakland on Sunday improved to 5-3 on the season. Atlanta has won all three of their home games so far this season; wins over Detroit, Kansas City and Chicago. The Falcons have outscored opponents 177-154 in their eight games this season. Michael Turner has led the Atlanta offense rushing for 794 yards and six touchdowns on the season.

Tennessee Titans (8-0) @ Chicago Bears (5-3)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Tennessee – 3
Over/Under: 38.5
Preview: The Tennessee Titans are football’s lone undefeated team halfway through the season. With their 19-16 win over Green Bay on Sunday, the Titans pulled off their second win of the year by three points, and their fourth by ten points or less. The Titans have gotten quality quarterback-ing from veteran Kerry Collins. He has completed 117 of 207 passes for 1236 yards, and thrown for 3 touchdowns. The Titans are outscoring opponents 199-103 on the season. The Titans have a four game lead in the AFC South over Indianapolis (4-4). For the Bears, a late Rex Grossman touchdown gave the Bears a 27-23 lead; and they were able to hold off the win. The win put the Bears atop the NFC North with a 5-3 mark. The Vikings and Packers sit a game back of Chicago at 4-4. The Bears have outscored opponents 223-173 on the season.

Jacksonville Jaguars (3-5) @ Detroit Lions (0-8)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Jacksonville –6.5
Over/Under: 44
Preview: The Jacksonville Jaguars are in a bit of trouble, after losing two straight games, including allowing Cincinnati their first win of the season. In the past two weeks Jacksonville has come up short to Cleveland and Cincinnati. Now, Jacksonville sits at 3-5 and in serious AFC danger. The Jaguars are in a must win situation on Sunday, and will take to the road at 0-8 Detroit. Within the AFC South, the Jaguars are a long way behind Tennessee, who is 8-0, but in the overall AFC standings, the Jaguars see nine teams ahead of them, for six playoff positions. Jacksonville has been outscored 172-160 so far this season. The Jaguars have played in four road games, with two wins and two losses. For Detroit, not much has gone their way in 2008. After leading Chicago 23-20 after three quarters, the Lions gave up a late touchdown, and were 27-23 victims. The loss was their eighth straight, and now are the only winless team in the NFL. Detroit has given up 239 points, and scored just 137.

Baltimore Ravens (5-3) @ Houston Texans (3-5)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Houston – 1.5
Over/Under: 41.5
Preview: The Baltimore Ravens have suddenly put themselves back into AFC contention. Winners of three straight games; Miami, Oakland and Cleveland the Ravens are now 5-3, and only behind Pittsburgh in the AFC North. In the eight games played this year, Baltimore has scored 171 points and allowed 137. The Ravens three losses were, all in a row; to Pittsburgh, Tennessee, and Indianapolis. The Ravens rookie quarterback threw for a career high 248 yards in Sunday’s win. For Houston, after winning three straight, the Texans were halted of their streak on Sunday. The Texans also lost their quarterback Matt Schaub to an injury that will bring Sage Rosenfels back into the lineup after a couple games off. The Texans are in last place; tied with Jacksonville in the AFC South; with a 3-5 record. Steve Slaton, the young running back for Houston has ran for 538 yards and five touchdowns this season.

Seattle Seahawks (2-6) @ Miami Dolphins (4-4)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Miami – 9
Over/Under: 43
Preview: The Seattle Seahawks were 26-7 victims to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday dropping them even further back in the NFC West pace. Starting quarterback Seneca Wallace made his third straight start in place of Matt Hasslebeck, who is out with an injury. Wallace threw for 169 yards, but it was not enough as Seattle managed to just score 7 points on the day. The Seahawks have only scored 151 points on the year, managing to allow 210. Within the NFC West, Seattle is tied with San Francisco and St. Louis; all trailing the 5-3 Arizona Cardinals. The Miami Dolphins have climbed back to .500 under first year head coach Tony Sparano. The Dolphins were 26-17 winners over the Denver Broncos; dropping them to 4-4 as well. Miami only got 59 yards from running back Ronnie Brown, but were able to get off to a 16-7 start, and did not look back in the win. Miami is one game behind the rest of the AFC East; Buffalo, New England and the New York Jets. Chad Pennington has had a solid season in Miami completing 163 of 242 passes for 1991 yards and seven touchdowns.

Green Bay Packers (4-4) @ Minnesota Vikings (4-4)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: Minnesota – 2
Over/Under: 45.5
Preview: In a huge NFC North match up on Sunday the Green Bay Packers will travel to Minneapolis to face the Vikings. Both teams come in a game behind Chicago, at 4-4. With Chicago taking on the 8-0 Tennessee Titans, both the Packers and Vikings understand the significance of this game. The Packers fell victim to the Titans 19-16 on Sunday in overtime. Aaron Rodgers threw for 314 yards, including 136 to Donald Driver, but it was not enough, as the Tennessee defense was too tough. The Packers have scored 210 points and allowed 178 on the season. Green Bay is 2-2 when playing on the road this season. The Vikings improved to 4-4 on Sunday with a 28-21 win over Houston. The Vikings were led by 139 yards of rushing from second year running back Adrian Peterson. Gus Frerotte, since taking over as the quarterback has completed 114 of 198 passes for 1468 yards and 8 touchdowns. Minnesota is 3-1 at home in 2008.

Buffalo Bills (5-3) @ New England Patriots (5-3)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: New England -3.5
Over/Under: 41.5
Preview: The Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots are set for a AFC East battle that will decide the leader of the division on Sunday. Buffalo is coming off two straight losses; at Miami and to the Jets. Buffalo, after getting off to a 4-0 start; has falling on hard times allowing 41,25, and 26 points in their losses. The Bills quarterback Trent Edwards has completed 151 of 222 passes for 1725 yards and six touchdowns. The Bills have outscored opponents 182-169 on the season. Running back Marshawn Lynch has run for nearly 500 yards and six touchdowns this season for Buffalo. For New England, after losing quarterback and MVP Tom Brady, and getting off to a slow start, the Patriots have picked up the speed. New England has won two of three; over Denver and St. Louis before falling Sunday night to Indianapolis. The Patriots quarterback Matt Cassell has thrown for 200+ yards in both of his last two starts. New England has scored 168 points, allowing 150 on the season. The Patriots are tied with Buffalo and the Jets atop the AFC East.

St. Louis Rams (2-6) @ New York Jets (5-3)
Time: 1:00pm EST
Spread: NY Jets – 8
Over/Under: 44.5
Preview: The St. Louis Rams seemingly lost any chance they felt they had to make a run at the NFC West with a 34-13 loss at home on Sunday to the Arizona Cardinals. The loss dropped the Rams back into a tie with both Seattle and San Francisco, all three games behind the 5-3 Arizona Cardinals. In the loss to Arizona, the Rams offense could never seem to get going, as they only managed 13 points. What hurt the most for St. Louis was their former quarterback Kurt Warner carving them up once again in St. Louis. For the Jets, after their win on Sunday, and a Buffalo and New England loss, New York is back in a tie at the top of the AFC East. The Jets have won two straight games after their debacle loss to Oakland in week 8. The wins have come over Kansas City at home, and Buffalo on the road. Brett Favre continues to have a solid season in New York throwing for over 1800 yards, and 15 touchdowns. The Jets are 3-1 this season when playing at home.

Carolina Panthers (6-2) @ Oakland Raiders (2-6)
Time: 4:05pm EST
Spread: Carolina – 9
Over/Under: 37.5
Preview: The Carolina Panthers currently lead the NFC South with a 6-2 mark, that mark places them ½ game ahead of Tampa Bay and a full game ahead of the Atlanta Falcons. Carolina has won two straight games and three of four overall. After starting 2-0 with wins over San Diego and Chicago, the Panthers fell at Minnesota. Weeks four and five were wins over Atlanta and Kansas City. The Panthers then fell to Tampa Bay, before knocking off New Orleans and Arizona. For the Raiders, being outscored 201-107 on the season has not been a good 2008. The Raiders two wins have come over the Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets. On the year Oakland is 1-3 when playing at home. The Raiders are in third place in the AFC West, trailing Denver and San Diego.

Indianapolis Colts (4-4) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2)
Time: 4:15pm EST
Spread: TBA
Over/Under: TBA
Preview: The Indianapolis Colts came up with a big win on Sunday over New England to put themselves back to the .500 mark. Sitting four games behind Tennessee in the AFC South, the Colts are hoping for a better second half of the season to slide into a playoff position other than the division champions. The Colts, surprisingly have been outscored on the season 177-167. In four road games this season the Colts are 2-2; with wins at Minnesota and Houston and losses at Green Bay and Tennessee. The Steelers were victorious on Monday Night Football to put themselves at 6-2 overall. The 23-6 win over the Redskins was even more impressive after finding themselves trailing 6-0 four minutes into the game. Ben Roethlisberger left the game with a shoulder injury, only to be replaced by Byron Leftwich who came in and threw for two touchdown passes. The Steelers have allowed just 116 points in eight games this season. Pittsburgh leads the AFC North by a game over Baltimore, who is 5-3 on the year.
 
Kansas City Chiefs (1-7) @ San Diego Chargers (3-5)
Time: 4:15pm EST
Spread: San Diego – 15
Over/Under: 47.5
Preview: The Kansas City Chiefs led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24-13 at halftime on Sunday only to allow 14 fourth quarter points, and lose a 30-27 overtime game. The Chiefs are in the bottom of the AFC West, trailing Oakland, who is 2-6, San Diego 3-5, and Denver 4-4. The Chiefs have been outscored this season 126-223 on the year. In four road games this year Kansas City has dropped all four; being to New England, Atlanta, Carolina, and the Jets. For San Diego, after a week off, the Chargers are looking for a total regroup in the second half of the season. Off to a 3-5 start, the Chargers are underachieving and running out of time to get enough wins needed for a postseason. The Chargers, despite their record have outscored opponents 224-199 on the season. In three games the Chargers have played at Qualcomm Stadium this year, they are 2-1. The Chargers trail Denver in the AFC West by just one full game.

New York Giants (7-1) @ Philadelphia Eagles (5-3)
Time: 8:15pm EST
Spread: Philadelphia -2.5
Over/Under: 43.5
Preview: In a huge NFC East match up, the defending Super Bowl Champions will take to the road and take on the surging Philadelphia Eagles. The Giants have won seven of their first eight games this season with their lone loss coming on October 13th at Cleveland (35-14). The Giants have gotten solid production from quarterback Eli Manning, who has completed 153 of 250 passes for 1735 yards and 12 touchdowns. The Giants are outscoring opponents 226-129 so far on the season. New York leads Washington in the division; the Redskins are 6-3, while Philadelphia is 5-3. The Philadelphia Eagles have won three straight games, and have not lost since the 23-17 loss to Washington on October 5th. The Eagles other two losses this season have come to Chicago, and Dallas. Quarterback Donovan McNabb is having himself a solid year with over 2100 yards and 10 touchdowns. Running back Brian Westbrook appears to be gaining health, and looks to be able to perform at close to full strength on Sunday. Philadelphia is 3-1 in home games this season, while the Giants are 2-1 in road games.

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Monday, November 10, 2008

San Francisco 49ers (2-6) @ Arizona Cardinals (5-3)
Time: 8:15pm EST
Spread: Arizona – 9.5
Over/Under: 47
Preview: The 2-6 San Francisco 49ers will look to get their first win under new head coach Mike Singletary on Monday Night. The 49ers have dropped five straight games, after starting the season 2-1. The 49ers have turned to new quarterback Shaun Hill, in his seventh season out of Maryland. The 49ers have lost three straight games by double-digit margins; 40-26, 29-17 and an October 26th 34-13 loss to Seattle. The 49ers are tied with Seattle and St. Louis at the bottom of the AFC West; three games behind St. Louis. The Arizona Cardinals are in full control of the AFC West, but would love to continue winning and possibly come up with a first round bye, and a home playoff game in 2008. The Cardinals are coming off a 34-13 win in which quarterback Kurt Warner threw for 342 yards. Warner on the season has thrown for 2431 yards and 16 touchdowns. On the year, the Cardinals have put up 234 points, and allowed 184. Arizona is 3-0 when playing at home this season.

 


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