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By nugent02 on Jan 07, 2014 03:44 AM
For the second week in a row, Seattle coach Pete Carroll faces a team he has never beaten (only five left after beating the Bucs). Hard to remember Atlanta beating Seattle in last year's playoffs given its downward spiral since. Seattle is plus 6 in turnover margin, Atlanta minus 7, including seven interceptions by Matt Ryan, above, over the past two games. When the Bucs picked off the Seahawks' Russell Wilson twice last week, it was his first time with more than one in 19 games dating to his first month in the NFL. Ch. 10. Bengals by 1 44

As much as Torrey Smith is Baltimore's go to receiver, rookie Marlon Brown, above, has five touchdowns to Smith's one, including two last week. The Ravens haven't scored more than 18 points during their three game losing streak though Cincinnati comes off a surprising overtime loss to Miami. Green seeks 100 plus yards in a fifth straight game. The Ravens' Dallas Clark, who played for the Bucs last season, needs two catches to become the ninth tight end with 500. Ch. 13. Pick 'em, 52 key matchup of two of the three teams tied atop the NFC North. Detroit won the first meeting 40 32 with Reggie Bush rushing for 139 yards. Bush is third in the NFL in yards from scrimmage, though much more attention has gone to Calvin Johnson, who has 821 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. Bears WR Brandon Marshall, above, has at least one touchdown in his past five home games. Can you name Detroit's top tacklers? They're linebackers Stephen Tulloch and DeAndre Levy.

The pick: Bears 31, Lions 28

Eagles (4 5) at Packers (5 3)

Green Bay a one point home favorite? That's because QB Aaron Rodgers is hurt Anthony Munoz Jersey Youth and replaced by Seneca Wallace, whose last touchdown pass came in 2011. Speaking of backup QBs, Philadelphia's Nick Foles has 13 touchdowns, including a record tying seven last week, and zero interceptions. Three last week went to Clearwater Central Catholic's Riley Cooper, who has as many (five) this season as his first three. Look for Green Bay to lean on rookie Eddie Lacy, above, who rushed for 150 yards last week.

The pick: Eagles 31, Packers 24 Anthony Munoz Jersey Super Bowl

Rams (3 6) Anthony Munoz Super Bowl Jersey at Colts (6 2)

St. Louis sticks with QB Kellen Clemens, above, for the hurt Sam Bradford. There's another rookie running back to lean on: Zac Stacy has 261 yards over the past two weeks. Indy's Andrew Luck, fresh off a comeback win against the Texans, has 13 touchdowns and three interceptions. Hilton (given name Eugene) had three touchdowns last week, solidifying a larger role after Reggie Wayne's injury. Name you should know? LB Jerrell Freeman, who played at tiny Mary Hardin Baylor and spent three years in the CFL, leads Indy with 65 tackles. Giants by 7, 43 comes off a 49 20 home loss to the Eagles while the Giants had a bye after beating the same Eagles on the road 15 7. After throwing 15 interceptions during an 0 6 start, Eli Manning, above, has zero in the past two, both wins for New York, which is minus 12 in turnover margin. While Oakland QB Terrelle Pryor's running has been impressive, he has one touchdown and seven interceptions over his past three games. Oakland's Sebastian Janikowski is on pace for 18 field goals, matching the low of his 14 year career. Spiller, above, back to form after 116 yards last week. Pittsburgh has won seven of eight and six straight at home in the series dating to 1979. But it gave up 55 points to New England last week, and its turnover margin is down to minus 11. While WR Robert Woods has drawn praise, fellow Bills rookie Marquise Goodwin now has two touchdowns, including a 59 yarder last week. Titans by 13, 41 stat we like for Jacksonville is point differential, where it is at minus 178. That's 96 points worse than the next worst team (Giants at minus 82). Last season, LB Zach Brown had two pick sixes for the Titans in a 38 20 home win. Tennessee is underwhelming QB Jake Locker has only eight touchdowns and RB Chris Johnson, above, two but is only a half game out of the second AFC wild card. Even coming off of a bye, it's hard to see Jacksonville coming together here.

The pick: Titans 34, Jaguars 13

Panthers (5 3) at www.officialauthenticbengals.com/78+Anthony+Munoz+Jersey+Cheap.html 49ers (6 2)

Carolina has won four in a row, though the 49ers have even more steam coming in having won five straight and scored at least 30 in each. Carolina has actually won three straight in the series, but the last game in San Francisco was back in 2004. Panthers QB Cam Newton, above, has 10 touchdowns seven by air and three by rush during the four game win streak. Meanwhile, 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick has nine six by air and three by rush during his team's win streak.

The pick: 49ers 31, Panthers 27

Texans (2 6) at Cardinals (4 4)

Houston had a Bucs like collapse last week, allowing the Colts to rally from a 21 3 deficit. Case Keenum, above, did throw for 350 yards and three touchdowns all to Andre Johnson, who had 229 yards. Continuing to emerge is Cards rookie Andre Ellington, who rushed for 154 yards, including an 80 yard touchdown, last week. Arizona S Tyronne Mathieu has 49 tackles, two interceptions, a forced fumble and a sack. Houston's record obscures the NFL's No. 1 defense (273.5 yards per game).
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