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Miami Dolphins (6-2) vs Kansas City Chiefs (6-2): All year the Chief’s defense has been their saving grace, but not tomorrow. Good luck to the secondary keeping up.

My pick: Miami Dolphins

Los Angeles Rams (3-5) @ Green Bay Packers (2-5): I wanted to believe in Green Bay to start the season, but it’s too late. Even if Matthew Stafford isn’t able to go, the Rams have proven they can be competitive and hang with some good teams.

My pick: Los Angeles Rams

Seattle Seahawks (5-2) @ Baltimore Ravens (6-2): Two solid teams both leading their division should be a good game. I like Baltimore’s defense slightly more and I expect a big day from Lamar to kick off a tough November schedule.

My pick: Baltimore Ravens

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-4) @ Houston Texans (3-4): Nobody had high expectations for either team, but both have been better than advertised. Tampa’s defense has been stellar all year, but I’ve love watching CJ Stroud dice up defenses every week. I’ll take the Texans.

My pick: Houston Texans

Dallas Cowboys (5-2) @ Philadelphia Eagles (7-1): Can Dak and the boys pick up a win on the road? If it wasn’t against a red hot Philly team, I’d say yes. I’ll take the Eagles to keep rolling.

My pick: Philadelphia Eagles

Buffalo Bills (5-3) @ Cincinnati Bengals (4-3): The Bengals are starting to heat up and look legit. The last time Buffalo came to Cincinnati, the Damar Hamlin situation happened so this might be an emotional game for the Bills. Can they channel that emotion in the right direction and come out with a big win? This should be a good one, but I like Cincinnati.

My pick: Cincinnati Bengals