NFL tips: Our 17/2 four-fold for Week 9
Jack Green expects revenge for Pittsburgh over their AFC North rivals in his NFL tips for Sunday's games.
If you had put £10 on all of Jack Green's boosted NFL tips this season, you would be £85 in profit by now. Here are his picks for Week 9.
Pittsburgh Steelers to beat Baltimore Ravens
Pittsburgh have put together a three-game winning streak after opening the season 1-2-1. It looks like their offense has finally clicked, averaging 34 points over the past three weeks.
They lost to Baltimore at home in Week 4, but should get revenge on Sunday given the Ravens have lost back-to-back games.
Baltimore’s defence is one of the best in the league but they’ve been torched over the past two weeks, conceding 24 points against the New Orleans Saints and another 36 against the Carolina Panthers.
Carolina Panthers to beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Buccaneers have made another quarterback change this week, benching Jameis Winston for Ryan Fitzpatrick, who put up huge numbers early in the season.
The 35-year-old’s return is unlikely to be enough to push Tampa Bay past the Panthers, though.
Carolina have won four out of four at home this season and crushed the Ravens 36-21 last week. They should easily light up the Bucs, who have conceded the most points per game in the NFL.
Houston Texans to beat Denver Broncos
Houston extended their winning streak to five games by beating the Miami Dolphins 42-23 last Thursday, and should benefit from an extra couple of days of rest when they head to Denver on Sunday.
The Broncos have lost five of their last six games, with a Week 7 win over the Arizona Cardinals – who had a 1-6 record at the time – the only exception.
Denver have allowed the sixth-most rushing yards per game of any team this season, so should struggle against a Texans team that have churned out 332 yards on the ground over the past two weeks.
New England Patriots to beat Green Bay Packers
The Patriots have bounced back from a 1-2 start by winning five games in a row, and are now unbeaten in four at home.
Expect another victory at Gillette Stadium against the Packers, who have lost three out of three on the road so far.
In a meeting of two of the best quarterbacks of all time, Tom Brady and the Pats’ fourth-ranked offense should get the better of Aaron Rodgers, who has been let down by his supporting cast so far this season.
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