Patriots vs Chiefs

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A dream matchup is on tap for “Sunday Night Football” as the undefeated Chiefs visit the suddenly resurgent Patriots. It’s an 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff from Gillette Stadium. Riding the strong, uncanny arm of Patrick Mahomes, who’s thrown an NFL-high 14 touchdown

passes, Kansas City is the AFC’s lone unbeaten at 5-0. New England (3-2) is coming off two straight dominant home wins in which the Pats outscored the Dolphins and Colts by a combined 76-30. Bookmakers list New England as a 3.5-point favorite. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas believes will be scored, is 59.5 in the latest Patriots vs. Chiefs odds. Before you make any Patriots vs. Chiefs picks, you need to hear what SportsLine expert Micah Roberts has to say.

A former Vegas bookmaker, Roberts has his finger on the Chiefs’ pulse: he’s 8-1 in his last nine point-spread picks involving K.C., including nailing last week’s easy cover when the Chiefs (-3) destroyed Jacksonville, 30-14. On top of that, Roberts is 4-2 in his last six point-spread picks involving New England, meaning he’s on a 12-3 run with the SNF combatants.

After analyzing Chiefs vs. Patriots from every possible angle, Roberts released a strong point-spread pick over at SportsLine.

Roberts knows the Chiefs have taken the NFL by storm thanks to Mahomes, who’s accounted for 16 touchdowns against two turnovers and posted four straight 300-yard passing games. The Chiefs average 35 points, second only to New Orleans. And they’ve won the last two regular-season meetings with New England — doubling up the Pats by a combined 82-41 score.

But just because Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and Kareem Hunt are electrifying doesn’t mean they’ll keep rolling against a Pats team that has found its mojo.

With security blanket Julian Edelman back from suspension, Tom Brady looks like himself again. He’s thrown for 615 yards and six touchdowns the past two weeks, while rookie Sony Michel has run for 210 yards and two scores in that span. New England’s balanced attack could erupt at home against the NFL’s 32nd-ranked defense.

The Pats have covered all three of their home games this season and enter “Sunday Night Football” on a 16-6 ATS run against winning teams.

We can tell you Roberts is leaning Over despite the high total, but his much stronger play is against the spread. Roberts, who ran Station Casinos sportsbooks for over a dozen years, says the point spread is off and he’s going big on one side to cover. There’s one highly pertinent fact people are overlooking, he says.

So which side of the spread should you back for Chiefs vs. Patriots? And what fact people are overlooking in this AFC showdown? Visit SportsLine now to see which side you need to be all over, all from the former Vegas bookmaker who’s on an 8-1 heater on Chiefs’ pointspread picks.Football Preview: Expect fireworks on offence as Chiefs meet Patriots

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The Kansas City Chiefs are the AFC’s lone remaining undefeated team.Patrick Mahomes and company will face their toughest test so far this season when they visit the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football.

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Kansas City is the seventh team in the last 11 years to average 35 points per game or more through their first five games. Each of the last six teams to accomplish the feat went on to reach their conference championship game. Four of them played in the Super Bowl. The Chiefs can take another step towards locking up the AFC’s top seed with a win on Sunday.

Kansas City has already beaten the Los Angeles Chargers, Pittsburgh Steelers and Jacksonville Jaguars – teams that were all ranked ahead of them at the start of the season according to ESPN’s Football Power Index.

The Chiefs have won their last two meetings with the Patriots dating back to 2014. No team has ever won three regular-season meetings in a row against New England in the Tom Brady/Bill Belichick era. If they become the first, Kansas City will improve to 6-0 and pull further away from New England atop the AFC.

The key to the Chiefs success is an offence that leads the AFC with an average of 35.0 points per game. Mahomes has completed 63.6 per cent of his pass attempts while throwing for 1,513 yards and 14 touchdowns with just two interceptions this season.

Mahomes turned 23 in September. The fact that he has been able to put up the numbers he has while winning his first seven career starts is a testament to his talent and maturity. It’s also a testament to the coaching staff and the talent around him.

That combination is evident in the success Mahomes has had getting the football out of his hands quickly. According to NFL Next Gen Stats, Mahomes has averaged a league-best 9.5 yards per completion when getting the ball out of his hands within 2.5 seconds of the snap. He’s completed a ridiculous 79.3 per cent of his completions in those situations with 10 touchdowns compared to zero interceptions.

Three things in particular have to happen for Mahomes to put up those kinds of numbers. First, the coaching staff needs to have an offensive playbook in place that allows Mahomes to get the ball out of his hands quickly. Second, the playmakers around the young passer need to be able to create separation and get open. Third, Mahomes needs to make quick decisions and get the ball out his hands accurately. When all three of those things happen, it translates in to the kind of numbers that Mahomes is putting up.

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is one of the most brilliant offensive minds in the NFL. It helps to have plenty of talented playmakers to work with including wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Sammy Watkins, tight end Travis Kelce and running back Kareem Hunt. Of course, the fact that Mahomes has so much support doesn’t take away from how impressive it is that he has put up numbers that rival the stats Tom Brady put up through the first five games of his two MVP seasons.

Kansas City owns one of the most explosive offence’s in the NFL. The Chiefs offence must continue to produce if they are going to beat the Patriots.

Jaguars vs Cowboys

Jaguars vs Cowboys live : On Sunday, one of the biggest games of this year’s regular season will take place when the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Dallas Cowboys Live,AT&T Stadium,Dallas Cowboys will play four pre-season games before the start of regular NFL season in August 2018. They take on San Francisco 49ers (09 August), Cincinnati Bengals (18 August), Arizona Cardinals (26 August) and Houston Texans (30th August) in the pre-season matches. They start their regular season with the opening game against Carolina Panthers on 09 September 2018. On this page you will find live streaming links of all Dallas Cowboys games this season.

Jaguars vs Cowboys live

Upcoming Matches: Dallas Cowboys widely regarded as the most popular NFL franchise in the US start their regular season with the opening game against Carolina Panthers 09 September 2018 which will be broadcasted live on Fox in the US. Take a look at Dallas Cowboys upcoming match schedule including four pre-season matches and their 16 regular season games

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The Cowboys (2-3) have been anemic on offense and prone to giving up big plays on defense in three road losses, starting with the season opener at Carolina and in Weeks 3 and 5 against Seattle and Houston.

They have been more efficient with the ball and stingier on defense in wins against the New York Giants and the Detroit Lions at home, where they will be Sunday when they play host to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Jaguars (3-2) are minus-7 in turnover ratio and have committed 11 more penalties than their opponents through five games but still have a winning record.

Jacksonville has lost five fumbles and Blake Bortles has thrown seven interceptions. Compare the 12 giveaways to the Jaguars picking off three passes and recovering both of their opponents’ two fumbles for a total of five takeaways.The negative-7 leaves the Jaguars near the bottom of the NFL in turnover ratio, and it’s a statistic that concerns Jacksonville head coach Doug Marrone as one that the Cowboys will try to exploit.

Panthers vs Redskins

Panthers vs Redskins: Through The Years Panthers officially rule tight end Greg Olsen out for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants: Olsen said Thursday it’s not out of the question to be …

Here’s all the information you need on this weekend’s showdown between the Washington Redskins and Carolina Panthers.

Despite a drubbing in New Orleans against the Saints on Monday night, the Washington Redskins remain in sole possession of first place in the NFC East with a 2-2 record. However, the Philadelphia Eagles’ Thursday night win against the New York Giants, putting them at 3-3, means that the Redskins will have to beat the Carolina Panthers at home on Sunday in order to stay in first.

The Panthers, meanwhile, sit in second in the NFC South with a 3-1 record, defeating the Giants at home in their most recent game.

Here’s everything you need to know about Sunday’s game.

Washington Redskins vs. Indianapolis Colts

Date: Oct. 14, 2018 – 1 p.m.
Location: FedEx Field, Landover, Md.
TV: CBS

Tickets: Thousands of tickets are reportedly still available for this game, something the Redskins — who for years have insisted that a waiting list still existed — have acknowledged. On Ticketmaster, you can get tickets as low as $70 in the upper-level sections as of Friday morning.

Transportation: Parking is available at FedEx Field, but you’ll need to get parking permits which are designed to a specific color and letter lot (although there is a cash lot located off of Brightseat Road in the Gray Lot). You can purchase a single-game parking permit here.

You might be better off using Metro. Take the Blue or Silver lines to the Morgan Boulevard Metro Station, and then follow the sidewalk about a mile to FedEx Field. It’s a bit of a walk, but you don’t have to pay for parking or deal with the traffic. However, keep in mind that for late games, Metro may close before the game is over.

Weather: The National Weather Service projects that Sunday afternoon will be mostly sunny with a high near 62, and some light breezes, so it will be a perfect fall football day.

Preview: Here’s NFL.com’s breakdown of the matchup:

In four career starts against Washington, Cam Newton has yet to lose. He’s also played at an incredibly high level. Newton is averaging over 250 passing yards per game and has thrown nine touchdown passes to go with zero interceptions. His passer rating is 115.4. Needless to say, the Panthers would love Newton to continue his dominant run against the Redskins

Arizona Cardinals vs Minnesota Vikings Live

Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings: Game time, channel, radio, streaming and more Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals injury report, Vikings missing starting offensive lineman, Cardinals get new naming rights and more News and notes from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals. By Seth

For the first time since Week 3, the Minnesota Vikings will take the field at U.S. Bank Stadium, as they will play host to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon in Week 6 action. The last time the Vikings played at home, things went. . .well, they were bad, folks. We won’t rehash it. But, tomorrow is another day, and hopefully the Vikings can capitalize on the momentum of last week’s victory.

So, how can you follow along with all the action from U.S. Bank Stadium?

Television Info

After a couple of weeks at a different time, on Sunday we are back to the best time for National Football League action to kick off, that being noon Central time on Sunday afternoon. The game will be carried by FOX, which is KSTP-9 in the Twin Cities, and the play-by-play will be handled by Sam Rosen and Ronde Barber.

If you’re outside of the Twin Cities area, you can see if you are in the primary coverage area thanks to this map from 506 Sports. The Vikings/Cardinals game will be the primary game in the area shown in green.

For our friends in the UK, this game will not be shown on any of the usual outlets that broadcast NFL football over there. (This week is actually the start of the International Series games in London, so I guess that makes sense.) Kickoff time for those in the UK that can watch on NFL Game Pass is 6:00 PM UK time.

For our men and women in uniform overseas. . .well, once again, you’re out of luck. The American Forces Network has once again decided that the Vikings are not only not worthy of being shown live, they’re not even worthy of a replay sometime later on Sunday or on Monday. Sorry, folks.

Radio Info

If you’re not going to be anywhere near a television for this one, you’ll be able to hear the call from Paul Allen and Pete Bercich on the Vikings Radio Network. That link goes to a list of Vikings Radio Network affiliates across the Upper Midwest. See if yours will be carrying the game. There are a couple of other places you can find it online as well, including the TuneIn radio service as well as the KFAN site (if you’re on a desktop or laptop computer only. . .it won’t work on phones or tablets).

For those that have satellite radio, you can find the Vikings Radio Network feed on Sirius Channel 113. If you have XM Radio, you can hear the game on XM Channel 231. If you’re using the SiriusXM Online App, the Vikings’ permanent home there is Channel 819.

Referee Info

According to Football Zebras, the officiating crew for this contest will be led by Jerome Boger. The last time that Boger officiated a game involving the Vikings was almost exactly a year ago, as he was the head referee for the Vikings’ 20-17 victory over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Monday Night Football.

Weather Info

Well, the weather won’t actually affect the game itself, what with it being held indoors and everything. For those of you who are interested in pre-game activities, it’s going to be a little nippy tomorrow, according to the folks from WeatherNation. Temperatures leading up to the game will be in the low-to-mid 30s, and by the time you’re heading out of the stadium to make your way home, it might get up to 40 degrees.

Streaming Info

There are several legal subscription services that are available in order to stream the game legally. Among them are Fubo.tv, USTVNow, and Sling TV. If you’re overseas, your best bet is going to be NFL GamePass.

Since it has recently been brought up, I want to make it perfectly clear that streams from Reddit or other places are not. . .I repeat, not. . .legal. If you’d like to argue about that, you can argue it somewhere else, because the moderators won’t listen to that garbage. Until Reddit, or anywhere else, has a deal with the National Football League, those streams are illegal and not welcome to be put up on this site. If you want to use them, go find them on your own and don’t be plastering them in the comments section here unless you’d rather not be in the comments of the Game Thread. . .or any other thread. . .here at DN.

That should be all of the information you need in order to keep track of all the action from U.S. Bank Stadium between the Minnesota Vikings and Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon. We’ll have our Open Thread for the first quarter up about an hour before kickoff or so, and we hope that you’ll join us here for all of the fun!

We are getting closer and closer to the Arizona Cardinals first early start of the NFL season, which means an early morning for us Cardinals fans.

Also, there is NFL football tonight, which is always a good thing.

The Arizona Cardinals made a small announcement on Wednesday, the first injury report of the week is out for both the Cardinals and the Minnesota Vikings.

All of that and more in the Cardinals daily links.

Dignity Health Arizona Cardinals Training Center New Name For Tempe Facility
Team gets partner for naming rights to practice space

Josh Rosen Welcomes Hostile Road Environment
Notes: Recovery time; Johnson trade rumors

First Things First For First-Round Picks Like Haason Reddick
Linebacker among those trying to live up to draft status

Defensive Player Of The Week – Chandler Jones

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Team President Michael Bidwill announces a partnership with Dignity Health to rename the Tempe training facility ‘Dignity Health Arizona Cardinals Training Facility’.

Rosen – ‘Locked In And Staying Focused’
QB Josh Rosen talks to the media after Wednesday’s practice.

Wilks – ‘Winning Cures All’
Head Coach Steve Wilks talks to the media about Sunday’s victory and their next game against the Vikings.

Panthers vs Redskins NFL Game Live

Panthers vs Redskins: Through The Years Panthers officially rule tight end Greg Olsen out for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants: Olsen said Thursday it’s not out of the question to be …

Here’s all the information you need on this weekend’s showdown between the Washington Redskins and Carolina Panthers.

Despite a drubbing in New Orleans against the Saints on Monday night, the Washington Redskins remain in sole possession of first place in the NFC East with a 2-2 record. However, the Philadelphia Eagles’ Thursday night win against the New York Giants, putting them at 3-3, means that the Redskins will have to beat the Carolina Panthers at home on Sunday in order to stay in first.

The Panthers, meanwhile, sit in second in the NFC South with a 3-1 record, defeating the Giants at home in their most recent game.

Here’s everything you need to know about Sunday’s game.

Washington Redskins vs. Indianapolis Colts

Date: Oct. 14, 2018 – 1 p.m.
Location: FedEx Field, Landover, Md.
TV: CBS

Tickets: Thousands of tickets are reportedly still available for this game, something the Redskins — who for years have insisted that a waiting list still existed — have acknowledged. On Ticketmaster, you can get tickets as low as $70 in the upper-level sections as of Friday morning.

Transportation: Parking is available at FedEx Field, but you’ll need to get parking permits which are designed to a specific color and letter lot (although there is a cash lot located off of Brightseat Road in the Gray Lot). You can purchase a single-game parking permit here.

You might be better off using Metro. Take the Blue or Silver lines to the Morgan Boulevard Metro Station, and then follow the sidewalk about a mile to FedEx Field. It’s a bit of a walk, but you don’t have to pay for parking or deal with the traffic. However, keep in mind that for late games, Metro may close before the game is over.

Weather: The National Weather Service projects that Sunday afternoon will be mostly sunny with a high near 62, and some light breezes, so it will be a perfect fall football day.

Preview: Here’s NFL.com’s breakdown of the matchup:

In four career starts against Washington, Cam Newton has yet to lose. He’s also played at an incredibly high level. Newton is averaging over 250 passing yards per game and has thrown nine touchdown passes to go with zero interceptions. His passer rating is 115.4. Needless to say, the Panthers would love Newton to continue his dominant run against the Redskins

Panthers vs Redskins

Panthers vs Redskins: Through The Years Panthers officially rule tight end Greg Olsen out for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants: Olsen said Thursday it’s not out of the question to be …

Here’s all the information you need on this weekend’s showdown between the Washington Redskins and Carolina Panthers.

Despite a drubbing in New Orleans against the Saints on Monday night, the Washington Redskins remain in sole possession of first place in the NFC East with a 2-2 record. However, the Philadelphia Eagles’ Thursday night win against the New York Giants, putting them at 3-3, means that the Redskins will have to beat the Carolina Panthers at home on Sunday in order to stay in first.

The Panthers, meanwhile, sit in second in the NFC South with a 3-1 record, defeating the Giants at home in their most recent game.

Here’s everything you need to know about Sunday’s game.

Washington Redskins vs. Indianapolis Colts

Date: Oct. 14, 2018 – 1 p.m.
Location: FedEx Field, Landover, Md.
TV: CBS

Tickets: Thousands of tickets are reportedly still available for this game, something the Redskins — who for years have insisted that a waiting list still existed — have acknowledged. On Ticketmaster, you can get tickets as low as $70 in the upper-level sections as of Friday morning.

Transportation: Parking is available at FedEx Field, but you’ll need to get parking permits which are designed to a specific color and letter lot (although there is a cash lot located off of Brightseat Road in the Gray Lot). You can purchase a single-game parking permit here.

You might be better off using Metro. Take the Blue or Silver lines to the Morgan Boulevard Metro Station, and then follow the sidewalk about a mile to FedEx Field. It’s a bit of a walk, but you don’t have to pay for parking or deal with the traffic. However, keep in mind that for late games, Metro may close before the game is over.

Weather: The National Weather Service projects that Sunday afternoon will be mostly sunny with a high near 62, and some light breezes, so it will be a perfect fall football day.

Preview: Here’s NFL.com’s breakdown of the matchup:

In four career starts against Washington, Cam Newton has yet to lose. He’s also played at an incredibly high level. Newton is averaging over 250 passing yards per game and has thrown nine touchdown passes to go with zero interceptions. His passer rating is 115.4. Needless to say, the Panthers would love Newton to continue his dominant run against the Redskins

Jaguars vs Cowboys – Live, National Football League at 4K

Get Jaguars vs Cowboys : Interesting takeaway: Sunday’s matchup between the Cowboys will be the fifth time in seven all time games that the two teams meet in Jaguars. will try to bounce back from …

One of the most anticipated matches of the NFL Week 6 on CBS can be seen when Dallas hosts the Jaguar Dallas Jaguar. AT & T Stadium is scheduled to start at 4:25 pm. ET on Sunday. Both teams come out of brutal losses. While Dallas lost comfort in extra time in Houston, Jacksonville defeated by the Kansas City trimmer in a 30-14 decision. The Jaguars are the favorites in the 3-point way, compared with the opening 1.5, in the odds of the past from the cowboys .. Tigers. “Over-Under”, or the total number of points Vegas thinks it will achieve, fell from 41.5 to 40.5.

Before making any choice of cowboy vs. Jaguars, you should see what Mike Tierney says from SportsLine. Tierney, one of the most effective NFL sportsline forecasters, has been covering NFL for decades and has reported seven Super Bulls.

Most importantly, he runs 15-7 significantly in the selections against the Dallas participation spread, and everyone who follows his advice is big. Now, Cowboys has checked against. Jaguars from all angles reveal a strong set of common points only on SportsLine.

Terni knows that midfielder Jaguar Blake Portals made 61 assists last Sunday in Kansas City. While accumulating 430 meters in an impressive way, he completed only 54 percent of his attempts and was defeated four times in a clear defeat. For the season, he has more than 1500 yards, but only eight shakes against seven objections.

Without Leonard Fournette (hamstrings), Jacksonville will turn to T.J. They give birth to the command of the ground attack. It records 4.4 yards, has accumulated four falls, three of them.

The fact that Jaguars were inconsistent in defense does not mean they can not cover Sunday.

Cowboy Quarterback Duck Prescott has an average of 172 yards per game and has just thrown five touches and four rebounds. It does not run much, as it only accumulates 121 yards in the riots.

After the 100-yard race in the race against the Seahawks and Lions, Texans put the cowboys running again Ezekiel Elliott in the blocking mode, making it 54 yards on the ground on the 20 carries at a rate of 2.7.

Terney assessed all these conditions, and while we can tell him that he is leaning, he found a critical X factor that determines which aspect of proliferation must be complete. It shares what it is and who supports it, just on SportsLine.

So, any aspect of the Jaguar spread versus. Should cowboys return? What are the critical factors that make one side of the spread hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to find out anything you should have on the side, from an expert at the Cowboist Monster 15-7 heater, and find out.

Ravens vs Titans

Ravens vs Titans Live: Ravens battle the Titans in Week 6 of the NFL season. Finding an NFL live stream can be difficult, but Decider is here to help! Keep reading to find out where you can find a CBS live stream.

Reaching the halfway point tied atop the AFC South means they have time to fix what they must do better.

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”There’s no question that we have still a lot of work to do,” Titans coach Mike Mularkey said. ”There’s no question about that in a lot of areas. But if we can find a way at whatever time in the game to make a play to win the game, that’s all that matters.”

Derrick Henry ran for a 1-yard TD. Safety Kevin Byard also intercepted two passes , giving the second-year pro five picks over his past two games and tying him for the most interceptions in consecutive games since NFL’s 1970 merger. He’s the first with that many since DeAngelo Hall in 2010 for Washington.

The Titans (5-3) also sacked Joe Flacco twice and scored 13 points off Byard’s first interception and a shanked punt.

The Ravens (4-5) have lost three of four going into their bye despite outgaining Tennessee 341-257.

”We’ve been beat up all year, so this will be a good chance to hopefully get healthy and get some guys back,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. ”We were hoping to win this game to get some momentum going into the bye and come out healthy. We’ve got to get on a roll.”

Flacco tried to rally the Ravens with two TD passes in the final 8:56, the last a 1-yard pass to Mike Wallace with 46 seconds left pulling Baltimore within 23-20.

But Justin Tucker’s onside kick attempt didn’t travel 10 yards, skittering almost sideways off the tee before being recovered by Titans linebacker Daren Bates.

Eric Weddle started the rally by picking off Mariota’s overthrown pass for a Baltimore defense that came in with an NFL-best 12 interceptions. Flacco hit Javorius Allen with a 3-yard TD pass with 8:56 left to pull the Ravens within 16-13.

The Titans answered with a 75-yard drive Mariota capped with an 11-yard TD pass to Eric Decker with 3:58 left for the winning TD with the veteran wide receiver breaking loose after seeing other options bottled up by the Ravens.

”It was kind of a vet-savvy move,” Mariota said.

REVVED UP OFFENSE

The Titans had their best opening quarter and led 10-3. Mariota threw his first TD pass inside an opponent’s 20 of the season on a 16-yarder to Rishard Matthews , and it also was the Titans’ first TD in the first quarter since the season opener. The Titans finished with touchdowns on all three drives inside the Ravens 20.

INJURIES

Titans running back DeMarco Murray finally got off the injury report this week, but he hurt a knee in the second quarter. He returned and finished with 19 yards on nine carries.

Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley hurt a shoulder at 8:17 of the third quarter, and he was replaced by left guard James Hurst. Luke Bowanko took over at left guard. Stanley returned in the fourth quarter, but he threw up with 51 seconds left as he walked to the line of scrimmage. He went to the sideline, and Harbaugh did not have an update after the game.

SNEAKY

The Titans finally used cornerback Adoree Jackson on offense for the first time this season on their opening drive. He went up the middle for a 20-yard gain on a handoff. But Matthew Judon sacked Mariota on third down, forcing the Titans to settle for a field goal.

The Ravens answered on the next drive with a fake punt, and punter Sam Koch hit Chris Moore for 16 yards on fourth-and-7. Titans cornerback Brice McCain was flagged for a facemask with Moore’s helmet coming off to reach the Tennessee 13. But the Ravens settled for a field goal.

”We need to be better,” Flacco said. ”It’s as simple as that.”

UP NEXT

Ravens: Bye week.

Titans: Host the Cincinnati Bengals.

Steelers vs Bengals

Steelers vs Bengals: Sanday Night Football 2018, The Bengals–Steelers rivalry is an NFL rivalry. The two teams have played each other twice a … Ben Roethlisberger returned and drove the Steelers to the Bengals 47 yard line with :18 remaining. Burfict was flagged for hitting a defenseless …

Week 6 will see the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers face off for the first time since last year’s bloodbath on Monday Night Football. This has become one of the NFL’s fiercest rivalries, and that probably won’t change when the two teams clash in Paul Brown Stadium this weekend.

However, a lot has changed since last year, mainly the records of both teams. The Bengals are 4-1 and are assured of leading the AFC North when Week 5 ends, regardless of whether they win or lose since they already have a head-to-head win over the Baltimore Ravens.

The Steelers, meanwhile, have struggled en route to a 2-2-1 start. This isn’t quite a must-win game for Pittsburgh, but it’s one they badly need to keep pace in the division, especially since they’ve already lost at home to Baltimore and have a tie with the Cleveland Browns.

Use this stream to keep track of everything related to Bengals vs. Steelers. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals will go head-to-head in an AFC North showdown on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, OH. On paper, this game seems easy to pick. The Bengals enter the game with a nifty 4-1 record, while the Steelers are sporting an underachieving 2-2-1 record.

The 4-1 team naturally will win, right?

Maybe in most instances, but not when it comes to Bengals vs. Steelers.

The Steelers have won the last six meetings between these two teams, and this game will be a lot closer than what their respective records might indicate. The Steelers are coming off a huge win against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 5, and the Bengals are coming off their own impressive win by clawing their way back from being down 17-0 to the Dolphins, and still finding a way to win.

Needless to say, when you look at the sordid history between these two organizations, this game will have plenty of fireworks, and I’m not even talking about the potent offenses of both teams.

With all that said, who are the experts picking to win this divisional game? It is time to check in on those ‘experts’ and see who is picking the Bengals to take a commanding lead in the division, as well as those who think the Steelers will win back-to-back games for the first time this year and make the divisional race something to watch in the second half of the season.

There is a large contingent of experts who don’t believe the hype surrounding the Bengals, and the majority of those experts reside at CBS Sports. Of their 8 experts who submit picks, only ONE thinks the Bengals will win at home and advance their record to 5-1.

For a more middle of the road mindset regarding this game, look no further than ESPN. The experts at the mother ship are split down the middle with this game. 5 for the Steelers, 5 for the Bengals.

Looking for a pro-Bengals site, the haters here at SB Nation were more than happy to oblige. 7 experts pick games weekly, and only 2 of them think the Steelers have any chance of winning and advancing their record to 3-2-1 heading into their bye week.

But these are only three websites. What about the hundreds of experts who submit picks who aren’t a part of the aforementioned panels? This is where our friends at NFL Pick Watch come in handy. NFL Pick Watch is a website who tallies all NFL expert picks and puts them into one easy to read chart.

For this Week 6 game, they are showing 59% of the experts favoring the Bengals at home in this matchup. This would be close to the 2-point spread currently in favor of Cincinnati. This is the first time this season the Steelers haven’t held the majority of expert picks before a game, and the first time Las Vegas has them as underdogs in the point spread category.

Will Pittsburgh build off their 41-17 dismantling of the Falcons last week, exposing the Bengals in the process? Or will the Bengals show they are here to stay at the top of the division? Only time will tell…

Steelers vs Bengals

Steelers vs Bengals: Sanday Night Football 2018, The Bengals–Steelers rivalry is an NFL rivalry. The two teams have played each other twice a … Ben Roethlisberger returned and drove the Steelers to the Bengals 47 yard line with :18 remaining. Burfict was flagged for hitting a defenseless …

Week 6 will see the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers face off for the first time since last year’s bloodbath on Monday Night Football. This has become one of the NFL’s fiercest rivalries, and that probably won’t change when the two teams clash in Paul Brown Stadium this weekend.

However, a lot has changed since last year, mainly the records of both teams. The Bengals are 4-1 and are assured of leading the AFC North when Week 5 ends, regardless of whether they win or lose since they already have a head-to-head win over the Baltimore Ravens.

The Steelers, meanwhile, have struggled en route to a 2-2-1 start. This isn’t quite a must-win game for Pittsburgh, but it’s one they badly need to keep pace in the division, especially since they’ve already lost at home to Baltimore and have a tie with the Cleveland Browns.

Use this stream to keep track of everything related to Bengals vs. Steelers. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals will go head-to-head in an AFC North showdown on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, OH. On paper, this game seems easy to pick. The Bengals enter the game with a nifty 4-1 record, while the Steelers are sporting an underachieving 2-2-1 record.

The 4-1 team naturally will win, right?

Maybe in most instances, but not when it comes to Bengals vs. Steelers.

The Steelers have won the last six meetings between these two teams, and this game will be a lot closer than what their respective records might indicate. The Steelers are coming off a huge win against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 5, and the Bengals are coming off their own impressive win by clawing their way back from being down 17-0 to the Dolphins, and still finding a way to win.

Needless to say, when you look at the sordid history between these two organizations, this game will have plenty of fireworks, and I’m not even talking about the potent offenses of both teams.

With all that said, who are the experts picking to win this divisional game? It is time to check in on those ‘experts’ and see who is picking the Bengals to take a commanding lead in the division, as well as those who think the Steelers will win back-to-back games for the first time this year and make the divisional race something to watch in the second half of the season.

There is a large contingent of experts who don’t believe the hype surrounding the Bengals, and the majority of those experts reside at CBS Sports. Of their 8 experts who submit picks, only ONE thinks the Bengals will win at home and advance their record to 5-1.

For a more middle of the road mindset regarding this game, look no further than ESPN. The experts at the mother ship are split down the middle with this game. 5 for the Steelers, 5 for the Bengals.

Looking for a pro-Bengals site, the haters here at SB Nation were more than happy to oblige. 7 experts pick games weekly, and only 2 of them think the Steelers have any chance of winning and advancing their record to 3-2-1 heading into their bye week.

But these are only three websites. What about the hundreds of experts who submit picks who aren’t a part of the aforementioned panels? This is where our friends at NFL Pick Watch come in handy. NFL Pick Watch is a website who tallies all NFL expert picks and puts them into one easy to read chart.

For this Week 6 game, they are showing 59% of the experts favoring the Bengals at home in this matchup. This would be close to the 2-point spread currently in favor of Cincinnati. This is the first time this season the Steelers haven’t held the majority of expert picks before a game, and the first time Las Vegas has them as underdogs in the point spread category.

Will Pittsburgh build off their 41-17 dismantling of the Falcons last week, exposing the Bengals in the process? Or will the Bengals show they are here to stay at the top of the division? Only time will tell…