Originally published December 10, 2011 at 6:23 PM | Page modified December 10, 2011 at 6:49 PM

NFL Clicks and Picks

Analysis and predictions by Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times

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Today's games Time Pick
Kansas City at New York Jets 10 a.m. (Ch. 7) Jets, 21-9
Jets are 5-1 at home this season, but Chiefs have won three of last four on the road.
Indianapolis at Baltimore 10 a.m. Ravens, 27-17
Ravens are 2-7 vs. Baltimore's former occupants, but it will be a different story this time around.
Atlanta at Carolina 10 a.m. Falcons, 34-28
Falcons WR Roddy White has caught six or more passes in past four games at Carolina.
Houston at Cincinnati 10 a.m. Texans, 20-17
Texans have won six straight, the longest active win streak in the AFC.
Minnesota at Detroit 10 a.m. Lions, 31-17
Lions have won two in a row vs. Minnesota after losing 16 of previous 17 meetings.
Tampa Bay at Jacksonville 10 a.m. Bucs, 23-16
Intrastate path: Jags have won three of four games against Bucs, their fellow Floridians.
Philadelphia at Miami 10 a.m. Dolphins, 27-20
Dolphins seeking a fourth straight home win.
New Orleans at Tennessee 10 a.m. Saints, 30-20
Saints have scored more than 25 points four straight weeks. Titans have done it once in four weeks.
New England at Washington 10 a.m. Patriots, 34-17
'Tis the season: Pats have won their last eight December games.
Chicago at Denver 1 p.m. (Ch. 13) Bears, 9-3
Broncos can't keep winning on defense alone.
Oakland at Green Bay 1:15 p.m. (Ch. 7) Packers, 30-24
The 1998 Broncos were last team to start season 13-0 after winning the Super Bowl.
San Francisco at Arizona 1 p.m. 49ers, 17-13
Niners have yet to trail in a divisional game this season.
Buffalo at San Diego 1:15 p.m. Chargers, 27-17
A good matchup. At least it would have been in Week 6, when both teams were 4-1.
New York Giants at Dallas 5:20 p.m. Giants, 31-30
First of two games between these teams over the final four weeks of the schedule.
Tomorrow's game Time Pick
St. Louis at Seattle 5:30 p.m. (ESPN) Seahawks, 20-12
Seahawks have won 12 of last 13 vs. Rams, including six in a row at home.

Bye weeks: No stinking byes.

Last week's record: 10-5. Season record: 120-63 (.656)

Game of the Day

Chicago at Denver, 1 p.m., Ch. 13

Caleb Hanie has completed 48.3 percent of his passes and he's 0-2 as the Bears' starting quarterback and there's increasing concern the wheels are falling off Chicago's once-promising season. Tim Tebow has completed 47.5 percent of his passes, but he's 6-1 for the Broncos, who are the hottest team this side of Green Bay.

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