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REDSKINS VS RAVENS
FedExField | 4:00am (AEST)
The Redskins are two-touchdown underdogs against a riled up Ravens team that didn’t showcase the team’s A game against the Kansas City Chiefs in primetime on Monday. Washington is sticking with quarterback Dwayne Haskins despite middling efforts the past two weeks. He’ll get a lot of exotic looks from the Ravens. Baltimore brings a stellar secondary anchored by newly minted $98 million corner Marlon Humphrey. Humphrey would be assigned Terry McLaurin, who is questionable, which likely puts Haskins in a position to focus on short and underneath throws. The Ravens were fine last week when they ran the ball but a limited downfield arsenal continues to limit the offense as a whole. Washington’s defensive line is stout but rookie defensive end Chase Young might miss the game with a hamstring injury.
BUCCANEERS VS CHARGERS
Raymond James Stadium | 4:00am (AEST)
Leonard Fournette and Chris Godwin are out for the Buccaneers, bringing Scotty Miller and Rob Gronkowski into play for Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay passing attack. Ronald Jones has held up in the No. 1 running back role but there isn’t a lot of push from the Tampa front in short-yardage spots. The Chargers are starting a quarterback two decades younger than Brady in 22-year-old rookie Justin Herbert. He’s been solid in two starts with Tyrod Taylor out. Mike Williams is questionable but Keenan Allen is capable of thriving as long as the Buccaneers can extend some safety in the pocket for Herbert.
RAMS VS GIANTS
SoFi Stadium | 7:05am (AEST)
Rams running back Cam Akers is out again this week, keeping the position clear for Darrell Henderson. He’s emerging as the lead back and bringing balance to the offense, but the Rams prefer to lead with the ground game this season, a page out of the San Francisco 49ers’ book. Jared Goff nearly led the Rams to a rally against the Bills last week but fell short. Back home after a pair of East Coast games, the Rams are relatively healthy compared to the Giants. Quarterback Daniel Jones is under siege in a backfield that doesn’t include Saquon Barkley (ACL). Dion Lewis is a capable short-area threat as a receiver but the Rams are capable of planting Jones if the interior line can’t control defensive tackle Aaron Donald.
49ERS VS EAGLES
Levi’s Stadium | 11:20am (AEST)
Carson Wentz took the practice field twice this week with mostly practice squad wide receivers. Other than Greg Ward, who did practice this week, the Eagles are being weighed down by injuries and depth chart changes across the board. Offensive line woes are problematic as San Francisco aggressively bends the corners. Without Nick Bosa and Dee Ford, who was placed on IR on Friday, there is a less formidable group on the field chasing Wentz this week. The Eagles also draw a break with Jimmy Garoppolo out for another game to let his knee injury heal.
RAIDERS VS BILLS
Allegiant Stadium | 7:25am (AEST)
Buffalo last started 4-0 in 2008 but to get there, the Bills draw a Vegas team that represents the most complete challenge the team has faced this season. Running back Josh Jacobs could be the key in a close game. The Bills have excelled by jumping in front of opponents and letting their pass rush loose. But the Raiders, with constant shifting prior to the snap and multiple formations, have been able to dictate personnel groups and create matchups on the flanks to get the ball to Jacobs and tight end Darren Waller. Buffalo’s fast start has been keyed offensively by a sturdy offensive line and the energy and arm strength of quarterback Josh Allen. Bufaflo’s receiving corps will test the depth of the Vegas secondary. The Raiders don’t have a player capable of erasing Stefon Diggs.
DOLPHINS VS SEAHAWKS
Hard Rock Stadium | 4:00am (AEST)
No Jamal Adams in the middle of the field for the Seahawks appears to be the invitation the Dolphins need to poiund the ball up the middle. Miami gets a bit of a break with Adams sidelined and keeping the ball out of Russell Wilson’s hot hand would be wise. Wilson has 14 touchdowns in three games and at least four TDs in each contest as the Seahawks sit 3-0. He’ll have the controls again this week as running back Chris Carson’s status is up in the air due to a knee injury. Miami’s cornerback crew is formidable, but big ticket free agent Byron Jones isn’t expected to be on the field this week.
CHIEFS VS PATRIOTS
Arrowhead Stadium | 7:25am (AEST)
Cam Newton was once the new wave quarterback on the NFL scene but this week recognized Patrick Mahomes of the Chiefs as the best of what’s next. Mahomes, the reigning Super Bowl MVP and MVP of the 2018 season, appeared to be in calm and comfortable control of all things the Kansas City offense tried to do Monday at Baltimore. The outcome was all Chiefs. In three career games against the Patriots, Mahomes has one first-half TD pass. Bill Belichick tends to sit in a deep coverage shell — the Peyton Manning treatment, as it were — to tempt Mahomes into attacking double coverage of allow for short completions and methodical drives. Newton has been a revelation of sorts with the Patriots. He has four TD rushes and a completion percentage over 66 percent. New England hasn’t been able to find a ground game outside of Newton, but is optimistic second-year back Damien Harris could soon return to help that cause.
TEXANS VS VIKINGS
NRG Stadium | 4:00am (AEST)
Justin Jefferson’s 175-yard day last week came in the same game Dalvin Cook went for a career-best 181 rushing yards — all in a Vikings loss to the Tennessee Titans. The Minnesota defense has been tagged for 34 points per game, ranking 31st in the NFL, and for that reason the team’s keep-away tactics are failing miserably. With Kirk Cousins pushed into a shootout each week, the Vikings are getting away from their identity. They’ll try ball control again Sunday on the road. Deshaun Watson and the Texans jumped out in front of the Pittsburgh Steelers last week but did little in the second half due to breakdowns in pass protection.
LIONS VS SAINTS
Ford Field | 4:00am (AEST)
Michael Thomas (ankle) is still not full speed and the New Orleans Saints might let him rest another week. Without him, Drew Brees and the Saints have put the ball in Alvin Kamara’s hands as a receiver and found big plays on multiple occasions. The Lions don’t have a great middle of the defense but Detroit might be off the hook if tight end Jared Cook, who is questionable, can’t go. The Lions are counting on Adrian Peterson to provide chain-moving runs between Matthew Stafford darts downfield. It could be a big week for Stafford, with the Saints facing injuries to three of their top five cornerbacks.
COWBOYS VS BROWNS
AT&T Stadium | 4:00am (AEST)
Baker Mayfield has settled into a comfort zone as the second option on offense with the Browns thrusting the ball into the hands of their talented RB duo, Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. Chubb is averaging 5.7 yards per carry. Dallas, dinged by injuries, faces a conundrum of whether to overload the box to stop Chubb or keep safety help back to prevent being featured in more Odell Beckham Jr. highlights. The Browns haven’t beat the Cowboys since the franchise returned to the league in 1999. Dallas has a potent offense and can put up points in a hurry. Dak Prescott gets his top security guard back this week. Left tackle Tyron Smith returns for the first time since Sept. 17. He’ll be tangled in a fascinating one-on-one matchup with Myles Garrett. Should Prescott get time to scan the field, Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and CeeDee Lamb are capable options in one-on-one matchups.
BENGALS VS JAGUARS
Paul Brown Stadium | 4:00am (AEST)
It’s not exactly the Joe Burrow Show in Cincinnati just yet but the Bengals are showing promise with their rookie No. 1 pick leading the charge. The Bengals and Eagles finished in a tie last week. Cincinnati’s offensive line is a workmanlike crew still growing together after a limited offseason. That has caused a slower start for running back Joe Mixon, but the Jacksonville Jaguars are no longer the dominant group of years past due to massive overhaul in personnel. Gardner Minshew is taking the reins of the offense in his second season. Unlike Burrow, who has Mixon and A.J. Green among his supporting cast, Minshew is largely driving Jacksonville’s production without blue-chip talent around him. James Robinson, the NFL’s offensive rookie of the month in September, has been more productive than most envisioned when Jacksonville dumped former No. 4 overall pick Leonard Fournette. Robinson has 10 catches for 129 yards and 43 carries for 210 yards and three touchdowns through the first three games.
BEARS VS COLTS
Soldier Field | 4:00am (AEST)
Chicago scored yet another improbable comeback on the road with a 20-point rally over the Falcons in the fourth quarter, an encore to a similar effort Week 1 at Detroit. Now the Bears try their magic at home with the Colts entering without several key contributors. The Indianapolis plan could be a conservative one to open the game. The Colts’ strength has become their offensive line and defense. Philip Rivers has a penchant for throwing 50-50 balls, a trait the Bears could pounce on with a front seven loaded behind outside linebacker Khalil Mack. Mack, limited in practice all week by a knee injury, had a whale of a game last week as did defensive tackle Akiem Hicks. Nick Foles is the new starter for the Bears.
PANTHERS VS CARDINALS
Bank of America Stadium | 4:00am (AEST)
Carolina won on the road last week, giving Panthers head coach Matt Rhule his first victory in the NFL at Los Angeles over the Chargers. The Cardinals come to Charlotte with top target DeAndre Hopkins hobbled. Arizona’s dynamic offense puts up points in bunches but could be hushed a decibel if Hopkins is sitting out. The Panthers are not a major threat to outscore many teams with running back Christian McCaffrey (ankle) on IR. Teddy Bridgewater’s game management skills are likely to keep most games respectable and even give the Panthers a chance in the fourth quarter. The most electric player on the field will be quarterback counterpart Kyler Murray, an early MVP candidate with speed and improved downfield passing numbers.