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stay for what could be the most physical game of the year. The Vikings have won seven in a row after http://www.officialfootballvikingstore.com/Nike-Andrew-Sendejo-Jersey.html posting more than 400 yards in each of their past three games. During that same stretch, Atlanta put up 95 points in three straight wins and have started to look like the Super Bowl-contending team of a year ago. But every time Jones has gone Chris Carpenter Jersey over 250 yards, his next game hasn't been nearly as
extraordinary (107 yards vs. New Orleans in 2014, 29 yards vs. Denver in 2016). Minnesota's No. 1 third-down defense goes head-to-head with the league leaders in third-down conversions. Atlanta gets the edge there because it won't have to deal with the crowd noise that quarterback Case Keenum will, but the Vikings have played particularly well on the road this season and boast a 4-1 http://www.falconsfootballofficialproshop.com/YOUTH+DEVONDRE+CAMPBELL+JERSEY record
away from U.S. Bank Stadium. Here's another matchup in which the Vikings should be able to rely on their run game after the Falcons allowed 112 rushing yards during their recent win streak. If it weren't for the strengths of these defenses, this game would have a higher score than predicted. Vikings pull off the upset in Week 13.
An opposing assistant coach said weeks ago that the Falcons were going to be dangerous once they got back on their home turf after a three-game road swing. He was right. The Falcons appeared to rediscover their high-octane offense during a Week 10 home win over the Dallas Cowboys. They've averaged 31.6 points per game during a current three-game winning streak,
going 7-of-10 in the red zone over that span. Yes, the Vikings have a great defense, led by Everson Griffen with his 12 sacks and 20 quarterback hits. But at home, Matt Ryan, Jones & Co. should put up some points, particularly if Dennis Rodman Authentic Jersey touchdown-maker Devonta Freeman is back to himself coming off a concussion. The surprising Keenum will face a different type of challenge with the speed of the Falcons' defense. Falcons 28, Vikings 21 -- Vaughn McClure
This is a tough one to pick. Baltimore's pass defense is the No. 2 unit in the NFL and faces a team that needs to pass -- and pass well -- to win. Baltimore can't pass either -- with the worst yards per game in the league.
So if it comes down to run offense versus run defense on both sides, that won't benefit the Lions, who are averaging 78.3 rushing yards per game. Add in a road game against a team that's also trying to get into the playoffs, and it'll be a low-scoring, probably ugly game. Detroit doesn't always do well in those. Ravens 17, Lions 13 -- Mike Rothstein
The Ravens have the No. 2 pass defense in the NFL, but Baltimore has benefited from playing against five backup quarterbacks (EJ Manuel, Mitchell Trubisky, Matt Moore, Brett Hundley and Tom Savage). It will be a major step up for the Ravens in playing Matthew Stafford, who is on his way to his seventh straight 4,000-yard passing season. The key to this game will be turnovers. Baltimore has been thriving on interceptions. But Stafford has been picked off only six times (seventh fewest among quarterbacks with at least 200 throws). Stafford is also 4-1 on the road, throwing nine touchdowns and three interceptions. Lions 27, Ravens 21 -- Jamison Hensley
The Patriots are tied for third in the NFL with a plus-nine turnover differential (16 takeaways, seven giveaways) while the Bills are tied for sixth at plus-six (19 takeaways, 13 giveaways), so this is a game between two teams that seldom beat themselves. That is why the red zone could ultimately decide the victor, and if it's the Patriots, Tom Brady will break a tie with Brett Favre for most wins (27) over a single opponent in a career (Favre had 26 wins over the Lions). Tyrod Taylor is the type
The Bills are 5-1 this season when they force two or more turnovers and are 1-4 when they do not. It is no secret the Bills will need a play or two to bounce their way in order to score their first win in Buffalo over Brady since 2011, when he was intercepted four times. The problem is the Patriots' NFL-low seven giveaways this season, and the Bills have pressured opposing quarterbacks on 23.1 percent of dropbacks, the second-lowest rate in the league. The Patriots averaged 39 points per game in their five previous trips to Buffalo, and there is little evidence this one will be different. Patriots 35, Bills 20 -- Mike Rodak
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