Monday, November 29, 2021

NFL Week 9 Election: Chiefs Edge Packers; Rams, the raiders are winning

Week 9 of the 2021 NFL season kicks off Thursday with the New York Jets visiting the Colts in Indianapolis. NFL The Times writer Sam Farmer looks into this week’s matches.

Farmer’s record last week: 7-8 (.467); season 77-45 (0.631). Using spreads in pips with Farmer’s predicted estimates, the record against last week’s spread would be 7-8 (0.467); season 58-62-2 (.483).

Goodbye commands: Lions, Seahawks, Buccaneers, Washington DC Football Team

Times Pacific. FanDuel lines (O / U = more / less):

Jets (2-5) to Colts (3-5)

The Indianapolis Colts fight Braden Smith during their game against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday in Indianapolis.

(Zach Bolinger / Associated Press) #

Thursday, 5:20

TV: Channel 11, NFL network, Amazon.

Line: Colts at 101/2. V / o: 46.

The teams are similar in many ways, and both can speed up the pass. It makes more sense that Carson Wentz will be filmed at home in a short week than Mike White filming another stunning show.

Forecast: Colts 27, Jets 21

Patriots (4-4) at Panthers (4-4)

Johnny Smith of the New England Patriots against the New York Jets.

Jonna Smith of the New England Patriots runs against the New York Jets during Sunday’s game in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

(Winslow Townson / Associated Press)

Sunday, 10:00

TV: No one. DirecTV: 705.

Line: Patriots from 31/2. O / E: 41.

The Patriots have good possession of the ball, Mc Jones does not make many mistakes, and they are reliable in defense. The Panthers could crush the defenses and possibly bring Christian McCaffrey back.

Forecast: Patriots 23, Panthers 18

Browns (4-4) to Bengals (5-3)

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow on the sidelines.

Cincinnati Bengals defender Joe Burrow against the New York Jets Sunday in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

(Adam Hunger / Associated Press)

Sunday, 10:00

TV: No one. DirecTV: 706.

Line: Bengals 21/2. O / E: 461/2.

Both are losing, but at least the Bengals were able to score 31 points in the fall from the New York Jets. Cincinnati is at home and faced with a team that is still struggling to succeed.

Forecast: Bengals 23, Browns 17

Accounts (5-2) in Jaguars (1-6)

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen hopes to pass the ball.

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen tries to pass the ball during Sunday’s game in Orchard Park, NY.

(Jeffrey T. Barnes / Associated Press) #

Sunday, 10:00

TV: No one. DirecTV: 707.

Line: Accounts from 141/2. O / E: 49.

It’s a style points game for the Buffalo in which Bills is expected not only to win, but to win by leaving. Josh Allen is about to have a big day and this will be resolved pretty quickly.

Forecast: Bills 34, Jaguars 10.

Raiders (5-2) to Giants (2-6)

Foster Moreau is delighted.

Las Vegas Raiders tight end Foster Moreau celebrates a second half win against the Philadelphia Eagles on October 24 in Las Vegas.

(Rick Scooteri / Associated Press) #

Sunday, 10:00

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TV: No one. DirecTV: 708.

Line: Raiders at 3. O / U: 461/2.

The Raiders are a mess off the field, but they did a good job of sticking together and winning games. They’re fresh after a week off and are simply better than the ruffled giants.

Forecast: Raiders 30, Giants 20

Vikings (3-4) in Ravens (5-2)

Devin Duvernay of Baltimore Ravens in the first half.

Devin Duvernay of Baltimore Ravens in the first half on October 24 in Baltimore.

(Gail Burton / The Associated Press)

Sunday, 10:00

TV: No one. DirecTV: 709.

Line: Ravens 6.O / U: 491/2.

The crows got a week off after the beating of Cincinnati, and that should help. Minnesota scorched Dallas – with Cooper Rush as quarterback – and failed to secure a lead over Kirk Cousins.

Forecast: Ravens 28, Vikings 24

Broncos (4-4) to Cowboys (6-1)

Wide receiver Dallas Cowboys Amari Cooper celebrates with teammate Sed Wilson.

Wide receiver Dallas Cowboys Amari Cooper (19) celebrates with teammate Sed Wilson (1) after catching a 5-yard pass in the second half against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday in Minneapolis.

(Jim Mon / Associated Press) #

Sunday, 10:00

TV: Channel 11. DirecTV: 710.

Line: Cowboys at 9 1/2. O / U: 49 1/2.

With the return of Duck Prescott and no von Miller to worry about, Dallas should be able to accelerate the advance. But Denver played decently against Washington without Miller, so …

Forecast: Cowboys 28, Broncos 21

Texans (1-7) to Dolphins (1-7)

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa hopes to pass the ball.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa expects to take place in the first half of Sunday in Orchard Park, NY.

(Adrian Kraus / Associated Press) #

Sunday, 10:00

TV: No one. DirecTV: 711.

Line: Dolphins at 6 1/2. V / o: 46.

Two bad teams. Last Sunday’s home defeat to the Rams should have been more lopsided for the Texans, but Houston returned with some cosmetic bills. Miami is a little better, but not much better.

Forecast: Dolphins 20, Texans 14

Falcons (3-4) at the Saints (5-2)

Kwon Alexander of New Orleans Saints celebrates firing with Demario Davis and Marshon Lattimore.

New Orleans Saints midfielder Kwon Alexander (5) celebrates being fired with outside midfielder Demario Davis (56) and full-back Marshon Lattimore (23) in the second half against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday in New Orleans.

(Jonathan Bachman / Associated Press) #

Sunday, 10:00

TV: No one. DirecTV: 712.

Line: Saints at 6. O / U: 42.

If Saints had a solid answer at QB, this would be an easier choice. Their defense is playing well, however, and Tom Brady looked deadly in the last week. They should be able to do the same against Matt Ryan.

Forecast: Saints 21, Falcons 17

Chargers (4-3) in Eagles (3-5)

Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert has been fired by New England Patriots defender Lawrence Guy.

Quarterback Justin Herbert is fired by New England Patriots defender Lawrence Guy at SoFi Stadium on Sunday.

(Robert Gaultier / Los Angeles Times) #

Sunday, 13:05

TV: Channel 2. DirecTV: 713.

Line: Chargers from 11/2. B / E: 50.

The Chargers are too well trained and Justin Herbert is too good not to recover from his defeat at New England. Philadelphia win a one-sided win against the underdog Detroit Lions.

Forecast: Chargers 24, Eagles 17

Packers (7-1) at the bosses (4-4)

Receiver

Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb celebrates his touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals October 28 in Glendale, Arizona.

(Darryl Webb / Associated Press) #

Sunday, 13:25

TV: Channel 11. DirecTV: 714.

Line: Chiefs by 71/2. O / U: 48.

The chiefs are wobbly and suddenly prone to turnover, but the turnover that matters most here is the turnover of Green Bay quarterback. It will be difficult for Jordan Love to beat Arrowhead.

Forecast: Chiefs 28, Packers 23

Cardinals (7-1) & 49ers (3-4)

Arizona Cardinals defender Kyler Murray during the game.

Arizona Cardinals defender Kyler Murray plays against the Green Bay Packers October 28 in Glendale, Arizona.

(Darryl Webb / Associated Press) #

Sunday, 13:25

TV: No one. DirecTV: 715.

Line: Cardinals at 11/2. V / o: 46.

It has to be NFC West’s relentless play. The 49ers limp all the time, but even with partial strength, they will be strong. The Cardinals are resting after an emotional defeat at Green Bay.

Forecast: Cardinals 24, 49ers 23

Titans (6-2) in Rams (7-1)

Ram's quarterback Matthew Stafford rolls out to pass.

Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is rolling out as he hopes to pass against the Houston Texans on Sunday in Houston.

(Matt Patterson / Associated Press) #

Sunday, 17:20

TV: Channel 4.

Line: Rams on 71/2. O / E: 531/2.

The Rams were torn on the ground against Arizona, so they caught the big break without facing Derrick Henry. Tennessee still has weapons, but not enough. Another great game by Matthew Stafford.

Forecast: Rams 31, Titans 24

Bears (3-5) to Steelers (4-3)

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger passes the ball to running guard Naji Harris.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger passes the ball to runner Naji Harris against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday in Cleveland.

(Kirk Irwin / Associated Press)

Monday, 17:15

TV: ESPN.

Line: Steelers, author 61/2. B / E: 40.

Both are struggling, but Pittsburgh is at home in prime time and his defense will be picking up something to alarm Justin Fields. The Chicago line will have a hard time defending him.

Forecast: Steelers 23, Bears 17

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