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Danny O'Neil's NFL predictions

TV Clicks and Picks Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times Sunday's games Time Pick Cleveland at New York Giants 10...

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Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times

Sunday's games Time Pick
Cleveland at New York Giants 10 a.m. (Ch. 7) Giants, 19-16
Browns have scored more than 20 points only twice in last 20 regular-season games.
Miami at Cincinnati 10 a.m. Bengals, 27-17
Bengals are averaging 33 points during their current three-game winning streak.
Green Bay at Indianapolis 10 a.m. Packers, 27-20
Packers proving to be slow starters: They've scored seven points in first quarter, six in the third.
Baltimore at Kansas City 10 a.m. Chiefs, 28-27
The Chiefs have won their past six games in October.
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh 10 a.m. Steelers, 27-24
Eagles 3-1 despite being outscored 83-66 this season.
Atlanta at Washington 10 a.m. Falcons, 30-27
Washington has lost its past seven home games.
Seattle at Carolina 1 p.m. (Ch. 13) Seahawks, 24-20
Carolina is one of the two current NFL homes where Seattle has never won.
Chicago at Jacksonville 1 p.m. Bears, 20-17
Bears have league-leading 11 INTs while Jags have been picked off only once.
Tennessee at Minnesota 1:25 p.m. Titans, 23-16
Titans have won 10 of their past 13 on the road against NFC opponents.
Denver at New England 1:25 p.m. (Ch. 7) Patriots, 34-31
First time Bill Belichick will face Peyton Manning as a Bronco.
Buffalo at San Francisco 1:25 p.m. 49ers, 17-6
Niners have won seven consecutive games at home, allowing average of 8.9 points in those victories.
San Diego at New Orleans 5:20 p.m. (Ch. 5) Saints, 31-17
Saints haven't started 0-5 since 1996, when they finished 3-13.
Monday's game Time Pick
Houston at New York Jets 5:30 p.m. (ESPN) Texans, 31-28
Texans are 0-5 against the Jets since joining the league.

Bye weeks: Dallas, Detroit, Oakland, Tampa Bay.

Last week's record: 9-5; Season record: 38-21 (.644)

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Denver at New England, 1:25 p.m., Channel 7

This rematch of the playoff game from last season is a lot more interesting with Peyton Manning now involved. The Broncos are 2-2, but have shown a penchant for fantastic finishes, outscoring opponents 51-6 in fourth quarters. The Patriots are the highest-scoring team in the league, which makes this a headliner in a week that didn't feature a single game between two teams that entered Week 5 with a winning record.

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