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Danny O'Neil's NFL predictions

TV Clicks and Picks Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times Sunday's games Time Pick Dallas at Baltimore 10 a.m. (Ch (Ch. 13) Ravens...

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TV Clicks and Picks

Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times

Sunday's games Time Pick
Dallas at Baltimore 10 a.m. (Ch. 13) Ravens, 24-20
Ravens have won 13 consecutive home games, and they're 3-0 all-time vs. Dallas.
Oakland at Atlanta 10 a.m. Falcons, 27-16
The Falcons have scored 84 points in the first half, second-most of any team in the league.
Cincinnati at Cleveland 10 a.m. Bengals, 20-16
Bengals are 13-3 against the Browns in most recent meetings, including four of past five at Cleveland.
St. Louis at Miami 10 a.m. Dolphins, 16-13
Rams have a winning record for the first time at any point since 2006.
Indianapolis at New York Jets 10 a.m. Jets, 24-21
Jets have allowed 20 or more points in all five games they have played.
Detroit at Philadelphia 10 a.m. Eagles, 27-17
Eagles scored 80 points in first five games, down from 125 at this point last year.
Kansas City at Tampa Bay 10 a.m. Bucs, 16-9
All four of the Bucs' games have been decided by seven points or fewer.
New England at Seattle 1 p.m. (Ch. 7) Patriots 27-20
Pats have scored fewer than 20 in only two of past 21 regular-season games.
Buffalo at Arizona 1 p.m. Cardinals, 20-12
Cardinals have won eight in a row at home, team's longest home win streak since 1925.
New York Giants at San Francisco 1 p.m. Niners, 27-20
Niners haven't allowed a touchdown for eight quarters and counting.
Minnesota at Washington 1 p.m. Vikings, 24-17
Two most accurate passers in NFL: Robert Griffin III at 69.1 percent, Christian Ponder at 69.
Green Bay at Houston 5:20 p.m. (Ch. 5) Packers, 27-24
Packers are below .500 for the first time at any point since 2008.
Monday's game Time Pick
Denver at San Diego 5:30 p.m. (ESPN) Chargers, 31-30
QB Philip Rivers is 7-3 on Monday night with 17 touchdown passes and five interceptions.

Bye weeks: Saints, Panthers, Jaguars, Bears.

Last week's record: 9-4; Season record: 47-25 (.653)

Game of the Day

Green Bay at Houston, 5:20 p.m., Channel 5

The Packers were the last remaining unbeaten team last season, the Texans are one of two teams still unbeaten this year. Texans have won Matt Schaub's last nine starts while Packers need a win just to get back to .500. The Packers scored 30 or more points 11 times last season, but they have yet to surpass that plateau this season. Perhaps this is the game.

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