Here are Jack Green's NFL predictions for the third week of the season, which make up an 11/2 four-fold.


Buffalo Bills to beat Los Angeles Rams

The Bills have made a great start to the season, beating the Jets 27-17 in week 1 and the Dolphins 31-28 last Sunday.

They now face a tough test in the Rams, who are also 2-0, but must travel across the country from Los Angeles to Buffalo for this Sunday afternoon game.

The Rams have been impressive this season but this is a bad match-up for their defence, which is built around defensive lineman Aaron Donald. Bills quarterback Josh Allen has the mobility to evade pressure and should be able to carve the Rams up with deep passing.

Tennessee Titans to beat Minnesota Vikings

Tennessee have got off to a hot start this season, beating both the Broncos and Jaguars with quarterback Ryan Tannehill throwing for six total touchdowns and no interceptions.

Expect a huge day for their offense against the Vikings, who have allowed the fifth-most passing yards of any team this season.

Minnesota have been thoroughly beaten by both the Packers and the Colts so far, and should again have little answer for another likely playoff team this week.

Pittsburgh Steelers to beat Houston Texans

The Steelers are 2-0 after wins over the Giants and Broncos, and now face a Texans team that have lost their opening two games to the Chiefs and Ravens.

Those were both very difficult opponents, but Houston have struggled on both sides of the ball, scoring a combined total of 36 points while conceding 67.

The running game should prove crucial for Pittsburgh here. They ran the ball very effectively over the first two weeks of the season, and Houston have allowed the second-most rushing yards of any team so far.

Seattle Seahawks to beat Dallas Cowboys

Seattle have been arguably the NFL’s best team over the first two weeks of the season. Their offense has been electric thanks to MVP favourite Russell Wilson, who has already thrown for 610 passing yards and nine touchdowns.

The Seahawks now face a Dallas defence that conceded 39 points and 445 passing yards in a miracle win over the Falcons last week.

The Cowboys came back from 39-24 down late in the fourth quarter to earn victory on Sunday, but Seattle are a much better team than Atlanta and should win this one comfortably.


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