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It’s welcome news for a Raiders defence that has performed exceptionally well so far, and as the line suggests, the bookies are expecting this week’s game to be close. Defensively the Bucs have been outstanding allowing the ninth-fewest points and the second-fewest rushing yards on the ground, which should make life difficult for Gruden when it comes to play calling. Rookie Clyde Edwards-Hilaire was simply sensational rushing for over 150 yards, while the defence did extremely well to hold the Bills to just over 200 yards of total offence. The Panthers quarterback threw two picks against one of the league’s top defences, but he shouldn’t be short on motivation this week going up against his former team. Matt Patricia’s side now has a huge opportunity to improve to .500, but things won’t come easy against a Falcons team riding the highs of their first win of the season last week against the Vikings.
Seattle, while it likely will not win the NFC West, is still in position for one of two wild card berths in the NFC. Two of the NFL’s best quarterbacks square off on Sunday when Aaron Rodgers’ Green Bay Packers face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Unlike that game, Sunday’s matchup will be played at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., where the Patriots are unbeaten (4-0) this season. Monday night’s game will likely come down to defense and, if that is the case, the Rams have the advantage. The Chiefs give up 410.7 yards per game, 29th in the NFL, and allow 24 points per game.
There are five divisional matchups to keep track of, including the Rams and Seahawks on Thursday night and the unbeaten Cardinals hosting the 49ers on Sunday. As far as inter-division matchups go, the Bills and Chiefs meet Sunday night in a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship Game. Be sure to also keep up with all news and analysis fromThe Athletic’s NFL reporters. The offense is playing well right now and their skill players are impossible to defend. Davante Adams and Aaron Jones are among the best offensive players in the league and should continue to play like it. With the Las Vegas Raiders having at least one player test positive, the rest of the team is being tested more thoroughly.
However, with a ton of players on the injury report , the Browns likely won’t be at 100% this week. The Bengals kept the game within five points in these teams’ last affair and Joe Burrow will have the confidence to take advantage of a beatable secondary with more reps under his belt. Burrow had 316 passing yards and 3 touchdowns in their last matchup and the Browns have allowed the sixth-most passing yards this season.
The Eagles allowed 30 straight points to the Raiders and 16 straight completions to Derek Carr en route to a defeat. The Eagles had 10 days to figure things out after falling to the Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football last week and things looked promising from the beginning. An eight-play, 59-yard, game-opening drive ended with a touchdown and it seemed like Nick Sirianni and Jalen Hurts figured some things out during the extended layoff. The “Monday Night Football” point spread has seen the same movement.