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Buffalo Bills to beat Philadelphia Eagles
The Bills beat the lowly Miami Dolphins last week to move to 5-1 for the season, with their only defeat to date coming against the unbeaten New England Patriots.
Buffalo have mostly beaten up bad teams this year, but should overwhelm the Eagles, who are coming off a 37-10 thrashing by the Dallas Cowboys.
Philadelphia have lost three of their four away games this season and have struggled defensively all year, conceding at least 27 points in five weeks out of seven.
Indianapolis Colts to beat Denver Broncos
Having seized control of the AFC South with a 30-23 win over the Houston Texans last Sunday, the Colts look primed for another victory over the struggling Broncos.
Denver lost 30-6 to at home to the Kansas City Chiefs last Thursday, and have since traded starting receiver Emmanuel Sanders to the San Francisco 49ers.
The Broncos have failed to score more than 17 points in five of their seven games this season, while the Colts have scored 19 or more every week so far.
Jacksonville Jaguars to beat New York Jets
Jets quarterback Sam Darnold was filmed saying he was “seeing ghosts” in their 33-0 defeat to the New England Patriots last week, and now faces a Jacksonville defence that forced four turnovers last week.
The Jaguars beat the Cincinnati Bengals 27-17 on the road last Sunday and have now won three of their last five games.
Jacksonville have conceded just 20 points in total in their last two home games, while the Jets rank joint-last in the NFL in points per game.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers to beat Tennessee Titans
The Titans were fortunate to beat the Chargers last week as Los Angeles running back Melvin Gordon fumbled what would have been the winning touchdown with seconds left.
Tennessee had previously lost two successive games while scoring just seven points combined, and could struggle to outscore a dangerous Tampa Bay passing attack.
The Buccaneers have lost back-to-back games but have had extra preparation for this one after being on a bye last week. Their league-leading run defence should shut down a Titans offense that goes through running back Derrick Henry.
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