Back any NFL team to win and Betway will pay you out as a winner if they lead by 14 points or more at any time. Here are Jack Green's picks for Week 2. 

Buffalo Bills to beat Cincinnati Bengals

Buffalo have opened the season with back-to-back away wins, and they looked particularly impressive in a 28-14 win over the New York Giants last week.

Expect them to beat Cincinnati, who are 0-2 after being hammered 41-17 at home to the San Francisco 49ers last Sunday.

The Bengals have gained just 59 rushing yards over the first two weeks of the season – the fewest in the NFL – and they’ll have a tough task against the Bills, who have allowed fewer yards than all but five teams.

Houston Texans to beat Los Angeles Chargers

The Texans eked out a 13-12 win over the Jaguars last Sunday, a week after they almost caused an upset against the Saints in New Orleans.

The Chargers, meanwhile, lost 13-10 to the Detroit Lions last week and are struggling with injuries on both sides of the ball.

Houston look a good bet this week in what should be a close game, as the Chargers’ home advantage is negligible.

Their stadium has a capacity of just 27,000 and is often occupied by plenty of opposing fans. Three of their four defeats last season came on their own turf.

Seattle Seahawks to beat New Orleans Saints

Seattle beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 28-26 last week and have won both of their opening two games by a margin of two points or fewer.

They now face the Saints, who lost star quarterback Drew Brees to a thumb injury against the Rams last Sunday and struggled to move the ball with backup Teddy Bridgewater on the field, scoring just nine points on three field goals.

Seattle haven’t been particularly impressive defensively, but they have held their opponents to just 115 rushing yards so far this season and should put pressure on Bridgewater by forcing New Orleans to throw the ball.

Los Angeles Rams to beat Cleveland Browns

The Rams dominated the Saints last week, holding a potent offense to just nine points, albeit against New Orleans’ backup quarterback.

The reigning NFC champions are now 2-0 going into a game against the Browns, who beat the New York Jets last Monday but were thrashed by the Tennessee Titans at home in Week 1.

Cleveland’s much-hyped offense have scored just 36 points over their first two games and will struggle against the Rams’ defensive front, having already given up eight sacks this season.


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