Seattle's secondary could force a handful of interceptions this Sunday at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Rookie quarterback Mike Glennon has a live arm, but he tries to force balls into some tight spots—a recipe for disaster against Seattle's ball-hawking unit.
Tampa Bay's run defense is among the league's best, but Marshawn Lynch is coming off a poor performance on the road in St. Louis, and he's been an absolute monster at home this season.
"Oh, and Seattle hasn't lost at home since 2011."Tampa Bay has no chance.
19.03 - New Orleans Saints @ New York Jets
One would assume most people agree that Drew Brees is better than Andy Dalton.
Using that as a springboard, one might come to the conclusion after watching Dalton shred the secondary of the New York Jets to the tune of 325 yards and five touchdowns that Brees will have a monster game against the same secondary on Sunday.
After finally breaking through with his first turnover-free game of the season in Week 5 against Atlanta, rookie quarterback Geno Smith has thrown five interceptions in his last three games.
New York's defensive front will keep the Jets in the game for a while, but if Smith gives Brees an extra chance or two, this game could be over before halftime.
19.03 - Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys
Minnesota travels to Dallas this weekend, and the Cowboys will be raring to go after Matthew Stafford stole the game away in the fourth quarter last Sunday.
The Vikings are 1-6 this year, having gotten their only win against the then-winless Pittsburgh Steelers. It's not yet known whether Christian Ponder or Josh Freeman will start behind center, but it doesn't matter—Minnesota is horrible on offense right now.
Sarcasm aside, there's no way the Vikings will go into Dallas and pull out a win.
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