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NFL clicks and picks

TV Clicks and Picks Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times Today's games Time Pick Cincinnati at Pittsburgh 10 a.m a.m. (Ch. 7) Steelers...

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TV Clicks and Picks

Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times

Today's games Time Pick
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh 10 a.m. (Ch. 7) Steelers, 24-20
Steelers have won 13 of the past 17 regular-season meetings between these teams.
New Orleans at Dallas 10 a.m. (Ch. 13) Saints, 31-27
Too close for comfort: Cowboys' last four victories have come by a total of 12 points.
Oakland at Carolina 10 a.m. Panthers, 34-20
Five games and counting since Cam Newton was last intercepted.
Tennessee at Green Bay 10 a.m. Packers, 30-23
Packers haven't allowed a fourth-quarter touchdown in any of their past seven games.
Minnesota at Houston 10 a.m. Texans, 27-17
Adrian Peterson is 294 yards from breaking Eric Dickerson's season rushing record.
New England at Jacksonville 10 a.m. Patriots, 38-17
Pats are 5-0 all-time in regular-season meetings against the Jags.
Indianapolis at Kansas City 10 a.m. Colts, 23-13
A win would make Colts fourth team to reach 10 wins the year after winning two games or fewer.
Buffalo at Miami 10 a.m. Dolphins, 19-17
For all Dolphins' faults, they've allowed the sixth-fewest points in the league this season.
San Diego at N.Y. Jets 10 a.m. Chargers, 16-9
A game to decide which team truly cares less.
Washington at Philadelphia 10 a.m. Redskins, 27-24
Washington's current five-game win streak is its longest since 2005.
St. Louis at Tampa Bay 10 a.m. Rams, 23-16
Rams have not allowed a second-half touchdown in any of their past four games.
Cleveland at Denver 1 p.m. Broncos, 27-16
Daily double: Broncos have won nine in a row overall and nine in a row vs. Browns.
Chicago at Arizona 1:25 p.m. Bears, 34-17
Bears have scored fewer than 20 points in five of past six games, losing all five of those games.
N.Y. Giants at Baltimore 1:25 p.m. (Ch. 13) Giants, 24-22
Giants may not be able to sneak into the playoffs this time around.
San Francisco at Seattle 5:20 p.m. (Ch. 5) Seahawks, 23-21
Niners allowed more than 30 points last week for the first time since Jim Harbaugh became coach.

Last week's record: 6-9. Season record: 130-74-1 (.637)

Game of the Day

San Francisco at Seattle, 5:20 p.m., Ch. 5

The Seahawks have scored 50 or more points in two successive weeks, the first time that has happened in the NFL in 62 years. The 49ers have allowed more than 30 points only once since Jim Harbaugh became head coach, and that was last week in New England. The Seahawks are 6-0 at home, the 49ers 5-0 in prime-time games this season. That's a long way of saying something has got to give in this game.

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