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Houston Texans to beat Jacksonville Jaguars (14:30)

Houston beat the Oakland Raiders last week to move to 5-3 for the season and they look the team to back in the last of this year’s four London games.

The Jaguars lost 13-12 when these teams met in Week 2, and they’ve lost all four games they’ve played against teams with winning records so far.

The four teams the Jaguars have beaten currently have a combined record of seven wins and 24 defeats, so it’s hard to trust them against a legitimate playoff contender.

Indianapolis Colts to beat Pittsburgh Steelers (18:00)

Indianapolis lost star quarterback Andrew Luck to retirement before the season started but have barely slipped at all, winning five of their seven games so far, including their last three.

The Steelers beat the winless Miami Dolphins last week and now have a 3-4 record, but the three opponents they’ve beaten currently have a combined record of three wins and 20 defeats.

The Colts have proven themselves against better opponents, having beaten the Texans and Kansas City Chiefs, both of whom are 5-3 and will probably make the playoffs.

Seattle Seahawks to beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers (21:25)

Seattle moved to 6-2 for the season with a 27-20 win over the Atlanta Falcons last week, and they’ve now scored at least 27 points in six of their last seven games.

The Buccaneers, meanwhile, have conceded 27 or more in six of their seven games this season, having lost 27-23 to the Tennessee Titans last week.

Tampa Bay have lost three consecutive games and simply can’t stop anyone defensively, which is a huge concern ahead of this meeting with quarterback Russell Wilson, an MVP candidate who has 20 total touchdowns and only one interception this year.

Green Bay Packers to beat Los Angeles Chargers (21:25)

The Packers have been hugely impressive this season, winning seven of their eight games so far, including three from three away from home.

After a sluggish start, their offense has found form over the past month, averaging 32.5 points over their last four games.

The Chargers earned their third win of the season last week thanks only to a last-second missed field goal by the Chicago Bears, and they’ve lost their last three games at home.


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