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Danny O'Neil's clicks and picks

TV Clicks and Picks Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times Today's games Time Pick New York Jets at Miami 10 a.m. (Ch. 7) Jets, 20-15 Rex...

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TV Clicks and Picks

Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times

Today's games Time Pick
New York Jets at Miami 10 a.m. (Ch. 7) Jets, 20-15
Rex Ryan is 10-9 vs. AFC East as Jets coach, 19-12 vs. rest of the league.
San Francisco at Minnesota 10 a.m. (Ch. 13) Niners, 24-20
Christian Ponder won't fare any better than Aaron Rodgers and Matt Stafford against this D.
St. Louis at Chicago 10 a.m. Bears, 27-16
Rams a victory away from first winning record at any point in any season since 2006.
Buffalo at Cleveland 10 a.m. Browns, 23-17
Bills are 3-14 on the road since start of the 2010 season.
Tampa Bay at Dallas 10 a.m. Cowboys, 27-17
Last 7 years, Cowboys are 8-0 in next regular-season game after losing by 20 points or more
Detroit at Tennessee 10 a.m. Lions, 31-27
Only the Jags have allowed more yards than the Titans so far this season.
Jacksonville at Indianapolis 10 a.m. Jaguars, 19-17
Jags have scored more than 20 points only twice in last 20 regular-season games.
Kansas City at New Orleans 10 a.m. Saints, 34-30
Chiefs the only team in the league that has yet to hold a lead this season.
Cincinnati at Washington 10 a.m. Washington, 27-23
Robert Griffin III actually a dual threat: No. 13 in passing yardage, No. 19 in rushing.
Philadelphia at Arizona 1 p.m. Cardinals, 34-20
Cardinals a win away from first 3-0 since 1974.
Atlanta at San Diego 1 p.m. Chargers, 28-27
One of two games today between unbeaten teams. Eagles-Cardinals is the other.
Pittsburgh at Oakland 1:25 p.m. (Ch. 7) Steelers, 27-20
For all their problems, Raiders haven't been 0-3 since 2006. Gulp.
Houston at Denver 1:25 p.m. Texans, 27-20
Texans are only team in the NFL to be 2-0 for third successive season.
New England at Baltimore 5:20 p.m. (Ch. 5) Patriots, 27-24
Pats have lost back-to-back games only three times in previous nine seasons.
Tomorrow's game Time Pick
Green Bay at Seattle 5:30 p.m. (ESPN) Packers, 35-28
Under coach Pete Carroll, Seahawks are 1-15 when opponent scores 20 or more.

Last week's record: 11-4. Season record: 23-7 (.767)

Game of the Day

New England at Baltimore, 5:20 p.m., Ch. 5

A rematch of last year's AFC Championship Game, which the Ravens lost 23-20 when their kicker Billy Cundiff missed his attempt at a game-tying field goal. It was a continuation of the Ravens' struggles against the Pats because while Baltimore won a playoff matchup in 2009, the Patriots are 6-0 against the Ravens during the regular season. Each team is coming off a loss suffered last week.

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