The NFL regular season is coming to a close, but teams like the Rams and Titans still have plenty to play for. Los Angeles desperately needs to beat San Francisco to have any hope of securing the final NFC wild-card spot, while Tennessee needs to beat New Orleans and get a little help from Tampa Bay to win the AFC South. We have odds and analysis for each of those games as well as the biggest Week 16 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
The Baltimore Ravens will try to extend their league-leading nine-game winning streak on Thursday when they host the New York Jets at M&T Bank Stadium. John Harbaugh's squad has already clinched a playoff berth, but another victory could help them lock up the top seed in the AFC for the first time in franchise history. We have odds and analysis for New York vs. Baltimore as well as all of the biggest Week 15 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
A pair of NFC heavyweights will butt heads on Sunday afternoon when the San Francisco 49ers head into the heart of Louisiana take on the New Orleans Saints. Both teams have identical 10-2 records, but the momentum belongs to the Saints, who have won three straight and looked sharp in avenging an earlier season loss to Atlanta on Thanksgiving. We have odds and analysis for their eagerly anticipated grudge match well as the biggest Week 14 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
Can we talk a little turkey? The NFL has several tasty treats lined up for football fans this Thanksgiving. First up is an NFC grudge match between the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions, followed by a tantalizing tilt between the Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys that has serious playoff implications. Still hungry for more? The New Orleans Saints will try to knock the stuffing out of the Atlanta Falcons when they face off in their NFC South night cap.
Tom Brady may not be a fan of New England's offense, but there's still plenty to like about the Patriots, who are now 9-1 following a decisive 17-10 victory over the Eagles. Bill Belichick's crew will have a chance to work out the kinks on Sunday when they take on the suddenly resurgent Dallas Cowboys in a matchup of division leaders.
All eyes will be on Baltimore this Sunday as Lamar Jackson and the red-hot Ravens put their five-game winning streak on the line against the Houston Texans. It’s shaping up to be a battle royale against two of the AFC’s most explosive teams. We have odds and analysis for that grudge match as well as all of the biggest Week 11 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
No team has defied expectations more this season than the 49ers, who entered the season with distant +3500 odds to win the Super Bowl. Fast forward to 10 weeks later and San Francisco is 8-0 and has scintillating +700 odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy this February. The 49ers will put their perfect record on the line on Monday when they host the 7-2 Seattle Seahawks.
The Cowboys and Giants resume one of the greatest rivalries in the NFL on Monday night when the two teams meet at MetLife Stadium. Dallas has historically owned this matchup, posting a 67-46-2 record since 1960, and come in as heavy favorites over the sputtering Giants, who have lost four straight and rank a distant 28th in total defense. We have odds and analysis for that NFC East grudge match as well as all of the biggest Week 9 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
It turns out the 49ers are actually pretty good at football. San Francisco improved its record to 6-0 on Sunday by shutting out the Redskins in a game that looked like it was being played at SeaWorld. Kyle Shanahan's squad will have a chance to prove its prefect record isn't a fluke this week when the Niners host the Panthers at Levi's Stadium. We have odds and analysis for that matchup as well as all of the biggest Week 8 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
It turns out Kirk Cousins isn’t the weakest link after all. The Vikings QB responded to criticism on Sunday by throwing for 333 yards and four TDs in Minnesota’s 38-20 trashing of Philadelphia. “Captain Kirk” will have a chance to prove that his latest outing wasn’t a fluke this coming weekend when the Vikings travel to Ford Field to take on Matthew Stafford and the Lions.