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TV Clicks and Picks

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

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Today's games Time Pick
Tennessee at Buffalo 10 a.m. Bills, 31-27
Take the over: Titans and Bills allowing the most points in the league this season.
Dallas at Carolina 10 a.m. Cowboys, 24-16
The Cowboys have won eight of the nine meetings between these franchises.
Baltimore at Houston 10 a.m. (Ch. 7) Texans, 31-24
Hey, look, it's the only two teams in the AFC who currently hold a winning record. How cute.
Cleveland at Indianapolis 10 a.m. Browns, 23-17
It's the first head-to-head meeting of starting rookie quarterbacks this season.
Arizona at Minnesota 10 a.m. (Ch. 13) Vikings, 20-16
Cardinals have scored a total of one touchdown over the past eight quarters.
Washington at N.Y. Giants 10 a.m. Giants, 20-17
Giants have won six of last eight meetings, three of those victories coming by 15 points or more.
Green Bay at St. Louis 10 a.m. Packers, 23-13
Packers averaged 15 points the first three games, 32.3 points in the past three.
New Orleans at Tampa Bay 10 a.m. Saints, 27-20
Saints have won two of the past three games at the Bucs, outscoring Tampa by a combined 89-39.
N.Y. Jets at New England 1:25 p.m. (Ch. 7) Patriots, 34-20.
The Patriots have won 12 of their past 14 divisional games.
Jacksonville at Oakland 1:25 p.m. Raiders, 20-9
Take the under: Jags average league-low 13 points, Raiders rank No. 28 at 17.4.
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati 5:20 p.m. (Ch. 5) Steelers, 20-17
Steelers have won past four meetings by a combined score of 109-52.
Tomorrow's game Time Pick
Detroit at Chicago 5:30 p.m. (ESPN) Bears, 37-34
Bears have won seven of the past eight games between these teams.

Bye weeks: Falcons, Broncos, Chiefs, Dolphins, Eagles, Chargers.

Last week's record: 6-7. Season record: 53-32 (.624)

Game of the Day

New York Jets at New England Patriots, 1:25 p.m., Channel 7

The Patriots have won eight of the past nine division titles, but right now all four teams in the AFC East are tied at 3-3. The Jets have scored fewer than 20 points in four of their past six regular-season games against the Patriots. That's not a good sign heading into this game as the Patriots are the top-scoring team in the league.

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