NFL Week 8, Top 3 Picks Print E-mail
Written by Denis Krusos   
Thursday, 27 October 2016 13:52

Season To Date: 9-11


New England Patriots (6-1) at Buffalo Bills (4-3): The Bills shut out New England earlier in the season, but that was with the Patriots injured, 3rd string, rookie quarterback.  It is payback time with a red-hot Tom Brady.  The Pats are rolling on offense and Brady simply has too many quality targets for defenses to contend with. New England can pound a team on the ground or spread you out and dominate with a precise aerial attack.  Patriots 34- Bills 17


Green Bay Packers (4-2) at Atlanta Falcons (4-3): The Falcons want this game in the worst way.  Everyone in Atlanta remembers last season’s strong start and then the collapse.  The Falcons are better this year with an improved pass rush and more balance on offense.  Green Bay lacks explosiveness on offense and can’t quite keep up with Atlanta’s high-powered attack.  Falcons 27- Packers 23


Philadelphia Eagles (4-2) at Dallas Cowboys (5-1): Philly is coming off of an impressive dismantling of the Vikings.  The strong Eagle front seven made life miserable for Sam Bradford.  Minnesota’s greatest weakness (their offensive line) is Dallas’s greatest strength.  The Cowboys can run the ball against anybody with the Great Wall of Dallas II and the explosive, Ezekiel Elliott.  Dallas is healthy, rested and are at home.  Elliott rushes for over a hundred yards and Dak Prescott plays another quality game.  Cowboys 24- Eagles 20



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