Buffalo Bills to beat Miami Dolphins

After a poor start to the season, the Bills have gone 3-3 over their last six games, and they look a good bet at home to the Dolphins this Sunday.

Miami have lost their last two games and six of seven on the road this season.

They looked terrible offensively in a 17-7 defeat to the Jacksonville Jaguars last weekend, and could again struggle to score against a strong Buffalo defence.

New York Giants to beat Dallas Cowboys

Dallas have locked up a place in the playoffs and are expected to rest their starters on Sunday with nothing left to play for.

Their reserves won't beat the Giants, who were awful throughout the first half of the season but have been better since Week 8.

New York have lost their last two games, but they had won four of five prior to that and should close out a disappointing season with a victory.

Atlanta Falcons to beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Falcons have won four successive games against the Buccaneers, and should make it five in a row against their divisional rivals on Sunday.

Tampa Bay have been beaten by the Saints, Ravens and Cowboys in their last three games, and failed to score more than 20 points in each.

It's hard to see them outscoring Atlanta, who have one of the NFL's best offenses and have won back-to-back games.

Chicago Bears to beat Minnesota Vikings

​The Bears can still earn a first-round postseason bye if other results go their way on Sunday, and they should also be motivated to knock the Vikings out of playoff contention.

Chicago have won eight of their last nine games, and their defence has conceded just 18.2 points per game, the third-lowest in the league.

Minnesota have won back-to-back games, but they've been inconsistent all year and were beaten 25-20 by the Bears in Week 11.


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