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TV Clicks and Picks

Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times

Today's games Time Pick
Oakland at Baltimore 10 a.m. Ravens, 27-17
Ravens have won 14 consecutive regular-season home games, league's longest active streak.
Denver at Carolina 10 a.m. Broncos, 26-19
Broncos have won five in a row in November and their coach, John Fox, faces his former employer.
New York Giants at Cincinnati 10 a.m. Giants, 31-24
Bengals averaged 28 points during 3-1 start, haven't scored more than 24 points going 0-4 since.
Tennessee at Miami 10 a.m. Dolphins, 24-13
Jake Locker could return against a defense that hasn't allowed more than 24 points since Week 1.
Detroit at Minnesota 10 a.m. Vikings, 38-27
Vikes allowed 15.8 points during 4-1 start, have given up 29.5 during current 1-3 skid.
Buffalo at New England 10 a.m. Patriots, 34-30
Patriots have won 22 of the past 24 games against the Bills.
Atlanta at New Orleans 10 a.m. Saints, 41-38
Saints have won three of the past four this season and 10 of past 12 in series with Falcons.
San Diego at Tampa Bay 10 a.m. Chargers, 27-23
Bucs have scored 28 or more points in four consecutive games, but Chargers 5-0 at Tampa Bay.
New York Jets at Seattle 1 p.m. (Ch. 7) Seahawks, 24-10
Russell Wilson has thrown for nine touchdowns in four games at home, no interceptions.
Dallas at Philadelphia 1:25 p.m. Cowboys, 20-17
Over his career, Cowboys' Tony Romo is 19-3 as a starting quarterback in the month of November.
St. Louis at San Francisco 1:25 p.m. 49ers, 27-9
49ers have held four of their past five opponents without a TD.
Houston at Chicago 5:20 p.m. (Ch. 5) Texans, 24-16
Arian Foster leads NFL with 10 rushing TDs; Texans only team that has yet to allow rushing TD.
Tomorrow's game Time Pick
Kansas City at Pittsburgh 5:30 p.m. (ESPN) Steelers, 27-17
Steelers have won 14 consecutive home games on Monday Night Football.

Bye weeks: Arizona, Cleveland, Green Bay, Washington.

Last week's record: 11-2. Season record: 82-40 (.672)

Game of the Day

Houston at Chicago, 5:20 p.m., Ch. 5

The headliners of this game are Texans running back Arian Foster and his league-leading 10 touchdowns and Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler and his sideline tantrums, but it's actually the defenses that are most impressive. The Bears have allowed the second-fewest points in the league, the Texans the third-fewest. The game is going to come down to turnover margin. Chicago has forced 28 turnovers this season, the most in the league. Houston has committed six turnovers, which is the fewest.

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