TV Clicks and Picks Analysis and predictionsby Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times Today's games Time Pick New York Jets at Miami 10 a.m. (Ch. 7) Jets, 20-15 Rex...

TV Clicks and Picks

Analysis and predictionsby Danny O’Neil of The Seattle Times

Today’s games Time Pick
New York Jets at Miami 10 a.m. (Ch. 7) Jets, 20-15
Rex Ryan is 10-9 vs. AFC East as Jets coach, 19-12 vs. rest of the league.
San Francisco at Minnesota 10 a.m. (Ch. 13) Niners, 24-20
Christian Ponder won’t fare any better than Aaron Rodgers and Matt Stafford against this D.
St. Louis at Chicago 10 a.m. Bears, 27-16
Rams a victory away from first winning record at any point in any season since 2006.
Buffalo at Cleveland 10 a.m. Browns, 23-17
Bills are 3-14 on the road since start of the 2010 season.
Tampa Bay at Dallas 10 a.m. Cowboys, 27-17
Last 7 years, Cowboys are 8-0 in next regular-season game after losing by 20 points or more
Detroit at Tennessee 10 a.m. Lions, 31-27
Only the Jags have allowed more yards than the Titans so far this season.
Jacksonville at Indianapolis 10 a.m. Jaguars, 19-17
Jags have scored more than 20 points only twice in last 20 regular-season games.
Kansas City at New Orleans 10 a.m. Saints, 34-30
Chiefs the only team in the league that has yet to hold a lead this season.
Cincinnati at Washington 10 a.m. Washington, 27-23
Robert Griffin III actually a dual threat: No. 13 in passing yardage, No. 19 in rushing.
Philadelphia at Arizona 1 p.m. Cardinals, 34-20
Cardinals a win away from first 3-0 since 1974.
Atlanta at San Diego 1 p.m. Chargers, 28-27
One of two games today between unbeaten teams. Eagles-Cardinals is the other.
Pittsburgh at Oakland 1:25 p.m. (Ch. 7) Steelers, 27-20
For all their problems, Raiders haven’t been 0-3 since 2006. Gulp.
Houston at Denver 1:25 p.m. Texans, 27-20
Texans are only team in the NFL to be 2-0 for third successive season.
New England at Baltimore 5:20 p.m. (Ch. 5) Patriots, 27-24
Pats have lost back-to-back games only three times in previous nine seasons.
Tomorrow’s game Time Pick
Green Bay at Seattle 5:30 p.m. (ESPN) Packers, 35-28
Under coach Pete Carroll, Seahawks are 1-15 when opponent scores 20 or more.

Last week’s record: 11-4. Season record: 23-7 (.767)

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