Not this week. The Bengals (3-2) will likely not run back from Samaje Perin after testing positive for coronavirus this week, which puts more strain on Joe Mixon, who is already third in attempts and fights ankle injury. Even with an improved offensive line protecting Joe Burrow, and the emergence of successor Ja’Marr Chase as the leader of the attacking rookie of the year, Cincinnati could struggle to hide behind a lion defense playing out of pride. Choose: Lions +3
Los Angeles Rams to the Giants, 13:00, Fox
Line: Rams -10.5 | Total: 47.5
With an absent defender Daniel Jones (concussion) and a long list of injuries thwarting the entire receiving body and a running backward Sackwon Barkley, the Giants (1-4) will try to rush anyone who can catch the ball from substitute Mike Glennon. Rams (4-1) may look a little shocked with an early start on the East Coast, but this should be dealt with quickly. Choose: Sheep -10.5
Kansas City, Washington football players, 13:00, CBS
Route: Kansas City -6.5 | Total: 55.5
The Kansas City offensive had to be overwhelmingly effective to counter this season, and his three defeats followed a common scenario: opponents who can cap Tyric Hill under 100 yards in reception and transform aggressive game challenges against the Kansas City defense. can come out victorious.
The plan was written by The Ravens, Chargers and Bills, but Washington (2-3) is unlikely to do it well. His defense allowed the player to finish fifth in the league for passes (1,467) and score just nine sacks in six games, despite paired with Chase Young and Montes Sweet. Mahomes, whose six interceptions tied for third in the NFL, has shown he can quickly find receivers with his shovel pass, and Hill gives him a deep target against a less talented minor. Kansas City (2-3) should get a confidence boost. Choose: Kansas City -6.5
Houston Texans in the Indianapolis Colts, 13:00, CBS
Line: Colts -9.5 | Total: 43
How does the team recover from a 19-point lead? Playing with the Texans (1-4) is the beginning.
Before the Colts (1-4) allowed Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson to pull up from behind for Monday Night Football, they looked amazingly effective on both sides. In delivery their Last week, the Texans pulled away from the Patriots in the second half, missing out on rookie Davis Mills’ best play (312 yards and three touchdowns). Carson Wentz is more experienced and works with the best all-around roster. Colts should take shelter at home. Choose: Colts -9.5
Las Vegas Raiders to the Denver Broncos 16:25, CBS
Line: Broncos -3.5 | Total: 44
Following the retirement of John Gruden on Monday night, the Raiders (3-2) have to prepare for a hell of a Broncos defense under interim coach Rich Bisacci. The Broncos (3-2), two in a row losers, will pounce on the Las Vegas side facing organizational turmoil and a reshuffle of attacking linemen, including the rearrangement of Alex Leatherwood’s first-round draft pick from tackling a defender due to injuries. Choice: Broncos -3.5