AFC West

Top 14 NFL on this Week: Chiefs’ collapse will Dominate AFC West

Would we be able to truly say that considering the way things have played out? The division is a wreck at this moment, with three 6-6 groups tied at the best and every one of the three having had times of shocking play AFC West  this season.

The Los Angeles Chargers, Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs by one means or another get themselves fixing with a month to go, despite the fact that the Chiefs began 5-0 and the Chargers began 0-4.

The last a month will be fun, beginning this week in Kansas City when the Chiefs play host to the Raiders. Kansas City has lost four straight amusements, including the last three to strong Giants, Bills and Jets, as it tries to clutch the best spot.

The offense was to be faulted for a significant part of the Chiefs’ tumble from the quick begin, however the barrier has been a noteworthy issue throughout the entire season. That unit should venture up against the Raiders this week, regardless of whether Oakland’s offense hasn’t verged on resembling the 2016 unit.

The Chargers will have the Washington Redskins this week, which is an amusement the Chargers should win, setting up a fun three-diversion extend keep running in the AFC West.

I figure the Raiders will beat the Chiefs this week since that Kansas City safeguard is so awful right at this point. Which of the three groups is the scariest for potential playoff adversaries? It’s obviously the Chargers, who have a big deal passer in Philip Rivers and a dynamic match of pass rushers in Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram.

The Chiefs would be third on my rundown now. In any case, a triumph over Oakland could change their way. In the event that they don’t win this week, that 5-0 open to the season will appear to be such a long time ago you’d think Len Dawson began those diversions.

 

 

New Orleans at Atlanta


Thursday, 8:25 p.m. ET (NFL Network)

On the off chance that the Falcons are to have any opportunity to win the division, they need to win here. They didn’t look great on offense a week ago against the Vikings, yet they will recover the offense on track. The Saints will keep up also with Drew Brees. I expect a shootout like a considerable measure of amusements between these two. Appreciate the firecrackers.

Pick: Falcons 31, Saints 27

 

 

Indianapolis at Buffalo


1 p.m. ET (CBS)

This is an amusement between two groups going no place. The Colts are playing continuous street recreations, however the Bills may begin Nathan Peterman at quarterback for the harmed Tyrod Taylor. All things being equal, I figure the Bills will figure out how to win a nearby one.

Pick: Bills 28, Colts 23

 

 

Minnesota at Carolina


1 p.m. ET (CBS)

This is one of the recreations of the week. The Vikings are playing back to back street amusements outside the division, which is intense. I surmise that will make up for lost time with them here. I think the Panthers get back on track subsequent to losing to the Saints. Cam Newton has a major day with his legs.

Pick: Panthers 19, Vikings 16

 

 

Chicago at Cincinnati


1 p.m. ET (Fox)

The Bengals blew a possibility Monday night to remain in the playoff race by losing to the Steelers, yet now should re-bunch on a short week. The resistance has been strong this year, and I imagine that will introduce issues for Mitchell Trubisky.

Pick: Bengals 27, Bears 17

 

 

Green Bay at Cleveland


1 p.m. ET (Fox)

Could this be the week the Browns win? I don’t think so. The Packers will require more from Brett Hundley in the passing amusement than they got against the Bucs, however I figure they will get it. Packers take it in a nearby one.

Pick: Packers 23, Browns 20

 

 

San Francisco at Houston

1 p.m. ET (Fox)

The 49ers won in Jimmy Garoppolo’s first begin, however this is a moment straight street diversion. That is intense, and the Texans will be home without precedent for three weeks. Tom Savage played better a week ago against the Titans and I believe that persists. Texans win it.

Pick: Texans 17, 49ers 13

 

 

Seattle at Jacksonville


4:25 p.m. ET (Fox)

This concentration of this diversion will be the Jaguars guard against Russell Wilson. Be that as it may, I think the other matchup – Jacksonville’s offense against the Seattle safeguard – will choose this one. Blake Bortles played well against the Colts a week ago, and I figure it will continue here. It won’t be as great, however sufficient. The Jaguars win a low-scoring diversion.

Pick: Jaguars 20, Seahawks 14

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Oakland at Kansas City


1 p.m. ET (CBS)

These two are tied for the lead position in the division. In any case, the Chiefs have lost four straight and have broken apart on barrier. The Raiders haven’t been awesome on offense, however they will get Derek Carr going here. The Raiders win in a shootout.

Pick: Raiders 33, Chiefs 30

 

 

Detroit at Tampa Bay


1 p.m. ET (Fox)

The strength of Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford bears viewing after he harmed his hand a week ago. Regardless of whether he plays, this is a successive street amusement for a group not playing great. Tampa Bay will play better on offense this week against a Lions barrier that made Joe Flacco look great a week ago. Jameis Winston will lead the Bucs to a home triumph.

Pick: Bucs 27, Lions 24

 

 

Tennessee at Arizona


4:05 p.m. ET (CBS)

This is an intense outing for the Titans, who aren’t playing awesome yet are as yet winning. Arizona didn’t look great against the Rams Sunday, yet I think it gets back on track here. Its guard will be the distinction. Cardinals take it.

Pick: Cardinals 23, Titans 21

 

 

New York Jets at Denver


4:05 p.m. ET (CBS)

The Jets have overachieved, while the Broncos have underachieved. Why? It’s the quarterback play. Josh McCown has been useful for the Jets, while the Broncos have been a debacle at the position. Be that as it may, I believe Denver’s guard demonstrates some pride here and they haul out a nearby one.

Pick: Broncos 20, Jets 16

 

 

Washington at Los Angeles Chargers


4:05 p.m. ET (CBS)

The Redskins are basically done, and this is a long trek. The Chargers are a hot group at this moment. Philip Rivers is playing great football and I figure he will hit a couple of hotshots against the Redskins. Washington won’t keep up.

Pick: Chargers 31, Redskins 21

 

 

Philadelphia at Los Angeles Rams


4:25 p.m. ET (Fox)

This is the session of the week and a defining moment as far as NFC seeding. The Eagles didn’t play well at Seattle a week ago, and they remained on the West Coast to practice to eliminate fly slack. That will help, however I figure the enhanced Rams guard will show up and moderate Carson Wentz while Jared Goff defeats it. Rams win it.

Pick: Rams 23, Eagles 20

 

Dallas at New York Giants


1 p.m. ET (Fox)

This ought to be Eli Manning back under focus playing for between time mentor Steve Spagnuolo for the Giants. This is New York’s Super Bowl, however they aren’t adequate. The Cowboys recovered the running amusement on track a week ago, and it proceeds. Cattle rustlers remain alive.

Pick: Cowboys 24, Giants 14

 

Baltimore at Pittsburgh


8:30 p.m. ET (NBC)

The Steelers are playing on a short week and needed to rub to beat the Bengals Monday night. The Ravens got the offense going a week ago against the Texans, which is a decent sign. Of course, this will be an extreme AFC North amusement, yet the Steelers will haul it out in the final quarter.

Pick: Steelers 20, Ravens 17

 

 

New England at Miami


Monday, 8:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)

The Patriots have customarily had issues in South Florida. Not this week. New England is playing a moment straight street amusement, yet it won’t make any difference, even without Rob Gronkowski. Miami was better a week ago, yet the Patriots are the pick.

Pick: Patriots 31, Dolphins 17

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