Week 9 NFL Picks and Predictions

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Oct 27, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown during the fourth quarter against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Thursday Game/Sunday Early Games

Cincinnati Bengals (6-2) at Miami Dolphins (3-4): I see this game being all Bengals. The way they dominated the New York Jets in week eight makes me wonder just how good this Bengals team can be. Winner: Bengals

Atlanta Falcons (2-5) at Carolina Panthers (4-3): Before the season, I don’t think I would have guessed I was going to make the following prediction … the Panthers will win this game, and Cam Newton will be the better of the two quarterbacks involved in this game Sunday. Winner: Panthers

Minnesota Vikings (1-6) at Dallas Cowboys (4-4): If the Cowboys lose this game, they should just sit out the rest of the regular season for the embarrassment of losing to a team with one win. If the Cowboys stop Adrian Peterson, they will win this game. Dallas needs to improve greatly on their defense and work on their play calling as well. Winner: Cowboys

New Orleans Saints (6-1) at New York Jets (4-4): If the Jets think they had a tough day last Sunday, this will be an even worse experience for the AFC New York team. Drew Brees and company should really have a good day against this opponent. Winner: Saints

Tennessee Titans (3-4) at St. Louis Rams (3-5): Talk about a game that can go either way … this might be one of the tougher games to pick (and to watch), so with that said, this should be a close scoring game. Winner: Titans

Kansas City Chiefs (8-0) at Buffalo Bills (3-5): There is no way the Chiefs will lose this game, right? Kansas City is the most disrespected undefeated NFL team I can recall in recent memory. All they do is win against the opponent they are given, and that’s all they can really do, no matter the record of the team they are facing. Winner: Chiefs

San Diego Chargers (4-3) at Washington Redskins (2-5): I really, really like how Philip Rivers is playing this season, and coming off a bye week against a Redskins team that has seen better days, I don’t see the Chargers leaving D.C. with a loss. Winner: Chargers

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