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the early games.
has won 11 straight games going back to last year (includes playoffs). Surprisingly
the Colts are third in the NFL in defense allowing just 269.5 yards per game.
Wide receiver Marvin Harrison has a bruised left knee but is expected to play.
We will update injuries Sunday morning at OffshoreInsiders.com
perfect 3-0 in the series. However they have not met since 2004. It looks like
43-year-old Vinny Testaverde starts at quarterback for the Panthers.
This is only the Panthers third home game, but is that
good or bad? In a great anomaly, the road team is 6-0 straight up in the
Panthers games this year.
looking to sweep the series for the first time in 2004, but it’s a huge revenge
game for the Bears.
34 fourth quarter points to knock off the Bears on Sept. 30.
is 5-1 straight up in the series at home.
is 7-44 straight up their last 51 road games, including 1-2 this year.
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quarterback Vince Young and running back Chris Brown. Both missed last week’s
game, but practiced Friday.
has a combined 98 yards rushing in the last two games.
quarterback Josh McNown, who started the first three
games, is expected to be at full-speed. However head coach Lane Kiffin has not said whether he or Daunte
Culpepper will start.
3-1 SU in the series.
is 0-7 and averaging just 11.3 points per game. They are though expected to get
back running back Steven Jackson who missed the last four games because of
led the league in yards from scrimmage last year. He joins Marc Bulger who
returned last week after missing two games.
Behind quarterback Derek Anderson, the Browns are thinking
playoffs and averaging 27.8 points per game. This is one of three Wise Guy
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but in all other games they are averaging just 12.0 points per game. According
to Cy McCormick of MasterLockLine.com,
even though Vikings starting QB Tavaris
likely to start.
among all starting signal callers. Philly has won 6-of-7 in the series.
Remember, this game is being played in
is considered the “home team”.
is the only team in the NFL to give up more than 200 points and they’ve given
up 231, far and away worst in the NFL.
won five straight, the last four by double digits. Things got worse for
as last week they lost leading rusher Ronnie Brown and starting safety Renaldo
Hill for the year. Brown led the league in yards from scrimmage.
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won six straight and 14-of-17 in
The Steelers are best in the NFL in points allowed at 13.0 points per game and
yards per game at 250.3.