Here are Jack Green's NFL predictions for Sunday's games, which make up an 11/2 four-fold.


New Orleans Saints to beat Atlanta Falcons

The Saints beat the Falcons 24-9 a fortnight ago and should complete the double in Atlanta on Sunday.

New Orleans have won eight games in a row – including the last two without star quarterback Drew Brees – and their defence has been in exceptional form, conceding an average of just seven points per game over the past four weeks.

The Falcons were impressive in a surprising 43-6 win over the Oakland Raiders last week, but they’re still 4-7 for the season and there’s a huge gap between them and this Saints team.

Tennessee Titans to beat Cleveland Browns

The Titans won a huge divisional game against the Indianapolis Colts 45-26 last week, and their 8-3 record means they now have control of the AFC South.

Tennessee have averaged 29.5 points per game this season – the sixth-most in the NFL – and they should be able to beat a Browns team that has benefited from a kind schedule in the past few weeks.

Cleveland are also 8-3 this season but they’ve only beaten one team that currently has a winning record, and a narrow 27-25 victory over the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars last week hardly suggests they’re capable of beating the surging Titans.

Los Angeles Rams to beat Arizona Cardinals

The Rams suffered a surprising defeat to the San Francisco 49ers last week but should bounce back in a match-up with another NFC West rival.

Arizona made a good start to the season but have lost three of their last four games, including last week’s 20-17 defeat to the New England Patriots.

Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray looked limited by a shoulder problem in that game and now faces a Rams defence that has allowed the fourth-fewest points per game of any team this season.

New England Patriots to beat Los Angeles Chargers

The Patriots kept their season alive with last week’s win over the Cardinals, meaning they’ve now won three of their last four games.

In the Cardinals, Ravens, Raiders and Dolphins, New England have beaten four quality opponents this season and should extend their run of form by seeing off the struggling Chargers.

Los Angeles are 3-8, having lost four of their last five, and their three wins this season have come against teams that currently have a combined 3-29-1 record.


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