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2008 Week Eleven NFL Football Game Previews

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Thursday, November 13, 2008

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Matchup: New York Jets (6-3) @ New England Patriots (6-3)
Time: 8:15pm EST
Spread: New England –3.5
Over/Under: 41
Preview: Thursday nights NFL game will feature the two leaders of the AFC East. The New York Jets, winners of three straight games over the Chiefs, Bills, and Rams, are 6-3 on the year. The New England Patriots, 20-10 winners over Buffalo on Sunday, are also 6-3. The Patriots beat the Jets on September 14th; 19-10 in Matt Cassell’s first NFL start. The Jets were 47-3 winners on Sunday over the St. Louis Rams. In the win quarterback Brett Favre only threw for 167 yards, but Thomas Jones’ three touchdowns led the Jets offense. On the season, New York has scored a total of 255 points and allowed a total of 190. Favre is 180 of 263 on the year, passing for 15 touchdowns. For New England, the Patriots have only scored 188 points on the year, allowing 160; but still winners of six of nine. In Sunday’s win over Buffalo, Matt Cassell threw for 234 yards, and running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis ran for 105 yards and a touchdown. The Patriots are 4-1 in home games during the 2008 NFL season.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Denver Broncos (5-4) @ Atlanta Falcons (6-3)
Time: 12:00pm ET
Spread: Atlanta – 5.5
Over/Under: 51
Preview: The Denver Broncos came away with a 34-30 win over Cleveland on Thursday night to snap their three game losing streak. In the win, Denver got 447 yards in the air from quarterback Jay Cutler. Cutler has thrown for 2,616 yards on the year and 18 touchdown passes. Denver’s win kept them atop the AFC West, with a 5-4 mark. Despite being above .500 on the year, the Broncos have been outscored by opponents 251-224. The Broncos are 2-2 thus far on the road with wins at Oakland and Cleveland and losses at Kansas City and New England. The Atlanta Falcons won again on Sunday, a 34-20 win over New Orleans; and continue their remarkable 2008 season. The Falcons are now 6-3 and tied with Tampa Bay, still trailing Carolina in the NFC South. In the win on Sunday, rookie quarterback Matt Ryan, who threw for 248 yards and two touchdowns, led Atlanta. The Falcons defense picked off three Drew Brees passes, and only allowed 105 yards on the ground.

Philadelphia Eagles (5-4) @ Cincinnati Bengals (1-8)
Time: 12:00pm ET
Spread: Philadelphia – 9
Over/Under: 42
Preview: The Philadelphia Eagles, playing in the NFC East are playing in must win games anytime they travel outside of conference play. Tied at the bottom, three games behind the leader New York Giants, Philadelphia will travel to 1-8 Cincinnati on Sunday. The Eagles fell to the Giants 36-31 on Sunday, allowing New York to compile 401 total yards. In the loss Donovan McNabb threw for three touchdowns, while allowing one interception. The Eagles are outscoring opponents 251-180 on the season. The Cincinnati Bengals have had all sorts of problems during the 2008 season. Losing their first eight games, the Bengals won their week nine game before taking last week off. On November 2nd, Cincinnati was a 21-19 winner of Jacksonville. In the game, Cedric Benson rushed for 104 yards. The Bengals are two games behind third place Cleveland in the AFC South.

Chicago Bears (5-4) @ Green Bay Packers (4-5)
Time: 12:00pm ET
Spread: pick’em
Over/Under: N/A
Preview: In a match up of two NFC North teams, the Chicago Bears at 5-4 will travel to Green Bay to see the 4-5 Green Bay Packers. The Bears are coming off a 21-14 loss to the undefeated Tennessee Titans. The Bears got 72 yards rushing from rookie running back Matt Forte, along with 54 yards via the air. The Bears have scored 237 points on the year, allowing 194. Chicago is 2-2 this year when playing on the road. Chicago leads the NFC North; tied with Minnesota, with their 5-4 record. For Green Bay, the Packers are also coming off a loss, 28-27 to division rival Minnesota. The Packers fell to a game back of Chicago and Minnesota in the division. In the loss on Sunday, Green Bay’s quarterback Aaron Rodgers was held to no passing touchdowns on 142 yards. The Packers are 2-2 when playing games in Green Bay this season. Running back Ryan Grant has ran for 550 yards this season, despite being hampered by injuries.

Houston Texans (3-6) @ Indianapolis Colts (5-4)
Time: 12:00pm
Spread: Indianapolis – 8.5
Over/Under: 50
Preview: The Houston Texans fell on Sunday 41-13 to the Baltimore Ravens. The loss was Houston’s second straight, after three straight wins. The Texans were marred by four turnovers on Sunday. Quarterback Sage Rosenfels threw four interceptions, and completed just one touchdown pass. The Texans are now 3-6 on the year and have fallen to last place in the AFC South. The Titans at 9-0, Colts 5-4, and Jaguars at 4-5 sit ahead of Houston. The Colts, won their second straight game on Sunday; a 24-20 win over Pittsburgh. In the win for Indianapolis, Peyton Manning threw for 240 yards and three touchdowns. The win for the Colts moved them to 5-4 and remained four games behind division leader Tennessee. Within the AFC, the Colts see four teams with better records; and they are tied with three others, so Indianapolis has a lot of work to do to make the 2008-2009 playoffs.

New Orleans Saints (4-5) @ Kansas City Chiefs (1-8)
Time: 12:00pm
Spread: New Orleans – 4.5
Over/Under: 48
Preview: The New Orleans Saints came off a bye week, and fell on Sunday 34-20 to the Atlanta Falcons. In the loss on Sunday, Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw three interceptions. Brees also threw 422 yards, but the quarterbacks were the story for New Orleans. The Saints are now three full games back of the leader, Carolina in the NFC South. In nine games played for New Orleans, they have scored 236 points, while allowing just 229. The Saints are hoping to get a couple of their offensive stars Jeremy Shockey and Reggie Bush back healthy soon. The Kansas City Chiefs have played two close games in back to back weeks. The Chiefs were 20-19 losers to San Diego on Sunday. The loss dropped the Chiefs to 1-8 overall, a game back of Oakland, and four full games back of the leader; Denver Broncos. The Chiefs have scored 145 points on the year and allowed 243. Quarterback Tyler Thigpen has completed 77 of 151 passes for 836 yards and five touchdowns. Kansas City will look to snap their five game losing streak.

Oakland Raiders (2-7) @ Miami Dolphins (5-4)
Time: 12:00pm ET
Spread: Miami – 10.5
Over/Under: 38.5
Preview: For the third straight week, the Oakland offense was limited to ten points or less, falling to the Carolina Panthers 17-6 on Sunday. In the last three games the Raiders have scored just 16 points. The Raiders two lone wins this year have come over the Kansas City Chiefs and the New York Jets. Oakland started quarterback Andrew Walter; replacing JaMarcus Russell. Walter was not effective, as he threw two interceptions and no touchdown passes. The Raiders will play two straight road games starting with Miami on Sunday. The Dolphins have won three straight games, over Buffalo, Denver and Seattle. The Dolphins are one game back of New England and New York in the AFC East, and tied with the Buffalo Bills. The AFC East, along with the NFC East are the only two divisions with all teams above .500. On the year, the Dolphins have scored 192 points and allowed 182. Chad Pennington has had an impressive season throwing for 1991 yards and seven touchdowns during 2008.

Baltimore Ravens (6-3) @ New York Giants (8-1)
Time: 12:00pm ET
Spread: NY Giants – 6.5
Over/Under: 42
Preview: The Ravens are coming into Sunday’s game winners of four straight games. The wins have moved Baltimore to 6-3 and in a tie with Pittsburgh atop the AFC North. In Sunday’s win Willis McGahee scampered for 112 yards rushing, and rookie quarterback Joe Flacco threw for 185 yards and two touchdown passes. On the year the Ravens are scoring 212 points and allowing 150. In their last four games; all wins Baltimore has just allowed 63 points, while scoring 138. For the New York Giants, the win on Sunday night over Philadelphia cemented them at the top of the NFC East. The 36-31 win moved the Giants to 8-1 overall, two games ahead of second place Washington. Brandon Jacobs and his 126 rushing yards and two touchdowns aided the win. The Giants are outscoring teams by 102 points in nine games this year; 262-160. The Giants are a perfect 5-0 when playing at home.

Minnesota Vikings (5-4) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-3)
Time: 12:00pm ET
Spread: Tampa Bay – 4
Over/Under: 39.5
Preview: In a battle of two above .500 squads the NFC North co-leader Minnesota Vikings will take on the NFC South contender Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Adrian Peterson’s late touchdown with 2:22 to go gave the Vikings a 28-27 lead; a score they held on to. The win moved the Vikings into a tie with Chicago, and a full game ahead of Green Bay. In the game, Peterson ran for 192 yards, and also caught 33 yards via the air. Gus Frerotte threw for two touchdowns, but also was picked off three times. Just five points separate Minnesota’s total points allowed to their total points scored; 215-210 through nine games this season. For Tampa Bay, coming off a bye may be a good thing, after a very tough week nine win over Kansas City. In week eight Dallas knocked off Kansas City in a low scoring 13-9 game. Jeff Garcia has been the starting quarterback for Tampa Bay in the last five weeks after Brian Griese went down with an injury. The Buccaneers are tied with Atlanta in second place in the NFC South, trailing Carolina by one full game. The Buccaneers beat Carolina 27-3 in week 6; 27-3.

Detroit Lions (0-9) @ Carolina Panthers (7-2)
Time: 12:00pm ET
Spread: Carolina – 14
Over/Under: 39.5
Preview: The Detroit Lions are the National Football League’s only winless team. The Lions, after losing four straight weeks by less than a touchdown were 38-14 losers to Jacksonville on Sunday. In the loss, Dante Culpepper made his Detroit debut throwing for just 104 passing yards, getting picked off once. Detroit’s bright spot was running back Kevin Smith; and his 96 yards and a touchdown. The Lions are in last place in the NFC North, trailing Chicago and Minnesota by five full games. The Lions are being outscored 277-151 on the season. For Carolina, the Panthers are red-hed and 7-2 on the year. That record places the Panthers atop the NFC South, a full game ahead of Atlanta and Tampa Bay. Carolina was very sloppy, throwing four interceptions on Sunday; but came away with a 17-6 win over Oakland. DeAngelo Williams ran for 140 yards in the win. On the year Williams has ran for 662 yards and four touchdowns. The Panthers have won all five of their games played at home this season.

St. Louis Rams (2-7) @ San Francisco 49ers (2-7)
Time: 4:05pm ET
Spread: N/A
Over/Under: N/A
Preview: In a battle of two 2-7 squads this game will most likely decide the team that sits in second place in the NFC West. Not that it really makes a difference as both teams look to be heading home at seasons end. The Rams have lost two straight games, after winning two straight. The Rams were 34-13 losers to Arizona, and then a 47-3 victim to the New York Jets. The two wins for St. Louis came over Washington and Dallas in back to back weeks. The Rams only  got 70 passing yards from Trent Green on Sunday in the blowout loss. For San Francisco, after new head coach Mike Singletary was hired, the Niners of lost both games with him at the helm. San Francisco fell in week eight to Seattle, and then on Monday night to Arizona. The 49ers two wins this season has come over Seattle and Detroit.

Arizona Cardinals (6-3) @ Seattle Seahawks (2-7)
Time: 4:15pm ET
Spread: N/A
Over/Under: N/A
Preview:  After the big Monday Night football win in week 10, the Arizona Cardinals lead the NFC West by a full four games. With a late rally, and an even later stop, the Cardinals were 29-24 winners over San Francisco. In the win Kurt Warner threw for 328 yards. On the season, Warner has thrown for 2432 yards and 16 touchdowns. On the year, Arizona has scored 263 points, while allowing 208. The Cardinals are 2-3 when playing on the road this season. For Seattle, the Seahawks hope to have starting quarterback Matt Hasslebecek back under center. After several weeks without him, both Seneca Wallace and Charlie Frye have been unproductive. Julius Jones is the Seahawks leading rusher, running for 597 yards on 129 carries. The Seahawks have been outscored on the year; 170-231. The Seahawks are 1-3 in games played at home this season.

San Diego Chargers (4-5) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3)
Time: 4:15pm ET
Spread: Pittsburgh – 4
Over/Under: 43
Preview:  The San Diego Chargers continue to hang on to life in the AFC West. Trailing Denver by just one full game; the Chargers are coming off a 20-19 win over Kansas City. In the win, the Chargers stuffed a two point conversion, in which would have gave the Chiefs the win. In the weeks leading up to the win over Kansas City; San Diego fell to Buffalo and New Orleans in back to back weeks. The Chargers other three wins this season have come over the Jets, the Raiders and the Patriots. The leaders of the AFC North; Pittsburgh Steelers are coming off a 28-24 defeat at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. The loss for Pittsburgh sent them into a tie atop the division. In the loss, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw three interceptions. On the year Pittsburgh has outscored opponents 198-140. Running back Willie Parker is questionable for Sunday’s game with a nagging injury. Pittsburgh has won 10+ games in three of the last four seasons.

Tennessee Titans (9-0) @ Jacksonville Jaguars (4-5)
Time: 4:15pm ET
Spread: Tennessee – 2.5
Over/Under: 39.5
Preview: The Tennessee Titans, coming off a 10-6 season in 2007, are one win away from matching that mark. In nine games this season, Tennessee has allowed just 117 points. The Titans were 21-14 winners over the NFC North leading Chicago Bears on Sunday. The Titans have won all four of their road games on the year; at Cincinnati, Baltimore, Kansas City and Chicago. Quarterback Kerry Collins continues to be steady behind center, throwing for 1525 yards and five touchdowns on the season. The Jaguars, snapped their two game losing streak on Sunday with a win over the winless Detroit Lions. Jacksonville, with just four wins on the season needs to continue to find ways to win to reach the postseason. The Jaguars, have not finished below .500 since the 2003 season; in which they went 5-11. On Sunday, Maurice Jones Drew ran for three touchdowns, all in the second quarter for Jacksonville. Quarterback David Garrard has completed 188 of 288 passes for 2009 yards and 8 touchdowns. The Jaguars have won just 1 of 4 home games this season.

Dallas Cowboys (5-4) @ Washington Redskins (6-3)
Time: 8:15pm ET
Spread: Dallas -1.5
Over/Under:
Preview: In what looks to be a massive NFC East tilt, the Dallas Cowboys, coming off their bye week will travel the Washington, to take on the Redskins. Washington is also coming off their bye week. Dallas may be without quarterback Tony Romo, who is questionable, with an injured finger. The Cowboys have lost three of four; including a week nine 35-14 loss to the New York Giants. Running back Marion Barber has rushed for over 100 yards just twice this season. After Washington, the Cowboys will host San Francisco and Seattle, two teams under .500; so the Cowboys hope to get win # 6 before heading home. For the Redskins, before the bye week Washington lost to Pittsburgh 23-6. Clinton Portis was held to just 51 yards in the loss; his first game of less than 100 yards since week three. The Cowboys and the Redskins played in week four on September 28th in Dallas; Washington came away with a 26-24 win.

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Monday, November 17, 2008

Cleveland Browns (3-6) @ Buffalo Bills (5-4)
Time: 8:35pm EST
Spread: Buffalo – 4.5
Over/Under: 42
Preview: The Monday Night Football matchup will feature two teams coming off multi-game losing streaks. The Cleveland Browns at 3-6, third place in the AFC North, have lost two straight games; November 2 to Baltimore, and November 9 to Denver. The Browns lost Thursday night despite getting 239 passing yards from rookie quarterback Brady Quinn. Kellen Winslow had a breakout game, also in the loss, catching two touchdown passes and 111 total yards. The Browns are being outscored on the season 194-172. For Buffalo, the Bills will look to snap their nasty three game losing streak that has sent them from the top of the AFC East, to a tie in the bottom. Despite being in last place, the Bills are still just ˝ game behind both the Jets and Patriots. Buffalo’s last three losses have come to Miami, Jets, and New England; all three divisional opponents. The Bills are 3-1 at home this season with their lone loss coming to the Jets in week nine.

 


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