New York Jets to beat Cincinnati Bengals

The Jets are on a three-game winning streak and now face the worst team in the NFL.

Cincinnati are still winless after 11 games and have scored just 43 points across their last four games.

New York have been great defensively in recent weeks and held the Oakland Raiders to just three points last Sunday.

Green Bay Packers to beat New York Giants

The Giants lost 19-14 to the Chicago Bears last weekend, meaning they’ve now lost seven games in a row.

The Packers are also coming off a defeat, having been thrashed 37-8 by the San Francisco 49ers last Sunday, but they had won five of their six games prior to that.

They’re simply the better team here and should stay on track for the playoffs with a routine win.

Arizona Cardinals to beat Los Angeles Rams

The Rams were thrashed 45-6 by the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night and have now scored just 35 points across the last three weeks.

They face the Cardinals, who have scored 25 points or more in six of their last seven games and will be fresh coming off a bye week.

While Arizona have lost four on the bounce, three of those were on the road and the only exception was a narrow defeat to perhaps the best team in the NFL – the 49ers.

Los Angeles Chargers to beat Denver Broncos

In a meeting of solid defences, the Chargers’ offensive advantage should prove crucial.

Los Angeles have averaged 20.4 points per game this season while Denver have averaged just 15.9, and the Broncos are now set to throw in rookie quarterback Drew Lock for his first start.

The Chargers have allowed the fourth-fewest passing yards in the NFL this season, so it’s hard to see Lock enjoying a successful debut.


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