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

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TV Clicks and Picks

Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times

Today's games Time Pick
Houston at Indianapolis 10 a.m. (Ch. 7) Texans, 27-23
First time for everything? Colts are 10-0 at home against Texans.
Philadelphia at New York Giants 10 a.m. (Ch. 13) Eagles, 27-24
Eagles have won seven of the past eight games in this series.
Tampa Bay at Atlanta 10 a.m. Falcons, 27-16
Bucs have lost seven of their past eight games against Atlanta.
New York Jets at Buffalo 10 a.m. Jets, 21-17
Bills have averaged just 13 points in losing three consecutive games.
Chicago at Detroit 10 a.m. Bears, 34-31
Since acquiring QB Jay Cutler, Bears are 6-1 vs. Lions. Cutler has 11 TDs, 1 INT in those 7 games.
Cleveland at Pittsburgh 10 a.m. Steelers, 23-17
Pittsburgh is 21-3 against Cleveland going back to 2000.
Baltimore at Cincinnati 10 a.m. Ravens, 33-16
If Ravens beat Bengals and Pats lose to Dolphins, Cincinnati and Baltimore play again next week.
Carolina at New Orleans 10 a.m. Panthers, 35-34
Panthers have won three in a row and Cam Newton has 11 TDs, 1 INT in past six games.
Jacksonville at Tennessee 10 a.m. Titans, 24-16
Jags have scored fewer than 20 points the past four games and counting.
St. Louis at Seattle 1:25 p.m. (Ch. 13) Seahawks, 33-20
Rams have not won in Seattle since Oct. 10, 2004.
Kansas City at Denver 1:25 p.m. Broncos, 38-13
Chiefs outscored 65-20 during current three-game losing streak.
Green Bay at Minnesota 1:25 p.m. Packers, 31-28
Packers have won 12 consecutive division games, and beating Vikes would give GB first-round bye.
Miami at New England 1:25 p.m. Patriots, 31-20
Pats are 9-2 at home against the Dolphins going back to 2000.
Oakland at San Diego 1:25 p.m. Chargers, 27-9
Raiders haven't scored 20 points in any game since Nov. 11.
Arizona at San Francisco 1:25 p.m. 49ers, 33-6
Under Jim Harbaugh, San Francisco is 6-0 the week after a loss, outscoring opponents 133-30
Dallas at Washington 5:20 p.m. (Ch. 5) Wash., 27-24
Tony Romo is 1-5 when he starts a game in a win-or-you're-out game.

Last week's record: 12-3; Season record: 142-77-1 (.679)

Game of the Day

Dallas at Washington, 5:20 p.m., Ch. 5

Unless San Francisco loses at home to Arizona, the Seahawks will be facing the winner of this game regardless of the outcome of Sunday's game against St. Louis. This is the second consecutive year that Dallas will play the final regular-season game in the NFL, a playoff berth depending on the outcome. The Cowboys lost 31-14 to the New York Giants in Week 17 last year to finish 8-8. A loss at Washington would give the Cowboys an identical record this year and an equally disappointing absence from the playoffs. Washington has won six consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NFC, and quarterback Robert Griffin III will be playing in his second game since returning from a knee injury.

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