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NFL Matchups-Week 9… Stats you need to know

Posted on Thursday, November 03, 2016




Compiled by Jerry Tapp


Here’s a look at the 13 NFL games for Week #9 (Nov. 3, 6, 7) and a handful of stats you need to know about each contest. (Games are on Sunday unless otherwise noted).

Atlanta @ Tampa Bay (Thursday): Tampa Bay leads the series 24-22. The Bucs have won three straight over the Falcons. The teams have split the last 12 contests and have split the last six games played in Tampa Bay. Each of the last four games were decided by 10 points or less.

Pittsburgh @Baltimore: The Steelers hold a 24-20 advantage over the Ravens. The Ravens have won three straight and five of the last six over Pittsburgh. The Ravens have won the last three games in the series played in Baltimore. The last two games were each decided by a field goal. Baltimore has scored 20-plus points in six straight games versus the Steelers.

Dallas @ Cleveland: Cleveland leads the series 17-13. Dallas has won three straight and six of the last eight in the series. The two teams have split the last six games they played in Cleveland. The Browns have scored under 21 points in nine of their last 11 games against the Cowboys.

Jacksonville @ Kansas City: Jacksonville has won six of the 10 games played against the Chiefs. Kansas City won the last two games by a combined score of 70-22 over the Jags. The two teams have each won two games in the last four played in Kansas City. They have also split the last six games in the series.

New York Jets @ Miami: This divisional series has the Jets with a 53-47-1 advantage over Miami. The Jets have won three in a row over the Dolphins. The Jets have won the last four games played in Miami.

Philadelphia @ New York Giants: The Giants lead the series 85-81-2. The Eagles have won four straight and seven of the last nine. The Eagles have won eight of the last nine games on the Giants home field. Philly has outscored the Giants 123-63 in the last four games in the series.

Detroit @ Minnesota: Minnesota has a big advantage in this series, 71-36-2. The two NFC North teams have split the last 12 games in the series. The Vikes have won the last two games. The Lions have scored under 20 points in each of their last five games against the Vikings. The Vikings are 3-1 in the last four games played in Minnesota. Ten of the last 11 games in the series were decided by 10 points or less.

Carolina @ Los Angeles Rams: Carolina leads the series 12-8. The Panthers have won five of the last six versus the Rams. They have split the last six games played on the Rams home field. The Rams have been held under 21 points in each of the last five games against the Panthers.

New Orleans @ San Francisco: The 49ers lead the series 48-25-2 and have won three of the last four versus the Saints. New Orleans has won seven of the last 10 games against the 49ers. They have split the last six games played in San Francisco. Four of the last five games in the series were decided by four points or less.

Tennessee @ San Diego: The Chargers lead the series 26-17-1. The Titans won the last meeting 20-17 in 2013; the Chargers had won nine straight prior to that. San Diego has scored 30 or more points in five of the last eight games against the Titans. The Chargers have won six straight at home versus Tennessee.

Indianapolis @ Green Bay: This series is tied at 21-21-1. The teams have split their last six meetings. The Packers are 3-1 in the last four games played in Green Bay versus the Colts. The Packers have scored 26 or more points in five straight games against the Colts. Three of the last five games in the series were decided by a field goal or less.

Denver @ Oakland: This AFC West showdown shows the Raiders with a 61-50-2 advantage over the Broncos. Denver has won eight of the last nine, although the Raiders won the last contest, 15-12. The Broncos have won five straight over the Raiders in Oakland. The Raiders have scored under 20 points in seven of their last eight games against Denver; the Broncos have tallied 30+ points in six of the last nine games against Oakland.

Buffalo @ Seattle (Monday): Seattle has won seven of the 12 games played in this series. The two teams have split the last eight games they played. Seattle is 5-3 at home versus the Bills. The Seahawks won their last meeting 50-17 in 2012.

Teams with a bye this week: Arizona, Chicago, Cincinnati, Houston, New England and Washington

 


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