Here are Jack Green's NFL predictions for the ninth Sunday of the season, which make up an 13/2 four-fold.


Seattle Seahawks to beat Buffalo Bills

The Seahawks suffered their first defeat of the season last week, losing 37-34 in overtime to the Arizona Cardinals, but should bounce back against the Bills, who have slowed down over the past month.

Buffalo made a great start to the season but have lost two of their last four games, only managing to eke out wins over the New York Jets and New England Patriots.

Their offense has averaged just 18.8 points per game over that four-game period, so they’ll struggle to keep up with a Seahawks team that has scored 27 or more in every game so far, surpassing 34 points on five occasions.

Washington Football Team to beat New York Giants

Washington earned their second win of the season by beating the Dallas Cowboys a fortnight ago before having their bye last weekend.

They held Dallas to just three points and should do a similar job against the Giants, whose offense is the second-worst in the NFL.

New York beat Washington by a single point at home in week 6, but were very fortunate as the Football Team failed on a game-deciding two-point conversion in the final seconds. They should return the favour in Washington this weekend.

Las Vegas Raiders to beat Los Angeles Chargers

The Raiders beat the Cleveland Browns 16-6 last weekend, and have now won two of their last three games to move to 4-3 for the season.

In the New Orleans Saints and Kansas City Chiefs, Las Vegas have beaten two genuine Super Bowl contenders and now face a Chargers team that seems to find a new way to lose every week.

Los Angeles threw away a 24-10 lead in the fourth quarter to lose 31-30 to the Denver Broncos last week, meaning they’re now 2-5 for the season. They’ve also lost twice in overtime and simply can’t be trusted to win if the game is close.

Arizona Cardinals to beat Miami Dolphins

Miami earned a surprise win over the Los Angeles Rams last week in which they were helped by the poor play of Rams quarterback Jared Goff.

The Dolphins scored on a fumble return and a punt return, but were largely ineffective on offense and must step it up against the Cardinals.

Arizona are 5-2, have the league’s ninth-best offense and are above average defensively, so they are clearly the team to back here at home and coming off a bye week.


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