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    NFL - Quote Sunday Week 14

    Vincente incontro

    domenica 07/12/2014 ore 19:00 1 2
    Miami Dolphins - Baltimore Ravens 1,70 2,05
    Cincinnati Bengals - Pittsburgh Steelers 1,55 2,30
    Jacksonville Jaguars - Houston Texans 2,70 1,40
    New Orleans Saints - Carolina Panthers 1,15 4,70
    Washington Redskins - St Louis Rams 2,20 1,60
    Minnesota Vikings - New York Jets 1,30 3,20
    Cleveland Browns - Indianapolis Colts 2,45 1,48
    Detroit Lions - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1,20 4,00
    domenica 07/12/2014 ore 22:05 1 2
    Arizona Cardinals - Kansas City Chiefs 1,75 1,95
    Denver Broncos - Buffalo Bills 1,20 4,00
    domenica 07/12/2014 ore 22:25 1 2
    Philadelphia Eagles - Seattle Seahawks 1,75 1,95
    Oakland Raiders - San Francisco 49ers 3,80 1,22
    luned 08/12/2014 ore 02:30 1 2
    San Diego Chargers - New England Patriots 2,40 1,50



    Vincente Handicap

    domenica 07/12/2014 ore 19:00 1 2
    New Orleans Saints - Carolina Panthers ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 10.5 ) 1,90 1,80
    Jacksonville Jaguars - Houston Texans ( Punteggio iniziale:4.5 - 0 ) 1,85 1,85
    Cincinnati Bengals - Pittsburgh Steelers ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 3.5 ) 1,85 1,85
    Miami Dolphins - Baltimore Ravens ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 2.5 ) 1,85 1,85
    Washington Redskins - St Louis Rams ( Punteggio iniziale:2.5 - 0 ) 1,85 1,85
    Minnesota Vikings - New York Jets ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 6.5 ) 1,85 1,85
    Cleveland Browns - Indianapolis Colts ( Punteggio iniziale:3.5 - 0 ) 1,85 1,85
    Detroit Lions - Tampa Bay Buccaneers ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 9.5 ) 1,85 1,85
    Tennessee Titans - New York Giants ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 1.5 ) 1,90 1,80
    domenica 07/12/2014 ore 22:05 1 2
    Arizona Cardinals - Kansas City Chiefs ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 1.5 ) 1,85 1,85
    Denver Broncos - Buffalo Bills ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 9.5 ) 1,90 1,80
    domenica 07/12/2014 ore 22:25 1 2
    Philadelphia Eagles - Seattle Seahawks ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 1.5 ) 1,80 1,90
    Oakland Raiders - San Francisco 49ers ( Punteggio iniziale:8.5 - 0 ) 1,85 1,85
    luned 08/12/2014 ore 02:30 1 2
    San Diego Chargers - New England Patriots ( Punteggio iniziale:3.5 - 0 ) 1,85 1,85


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    NFL - Preview Sunday Week 14

    Preview: Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
    With wins in three straight games and five of six, the Cincinnati Bengals have positioned themselves well for the stretch run in the tight AFC North. That run begins Sunday when the desperate Pittsburgh Steelers come calling in the first of two games between the rivals over the final month of the season. The Bengals rallied from an early 10-point deficit at Tampa Bay last week for a 14-13 win while the Steelers dropped a devastating 35-32 decision at home to New Orleans, joining Baltimore and Cleveland with 7-5 records and 1 1/2-games behind Cincinnati in the AFC North.
    The Bengals had won 13 consecutive home games until getting embarrassed 24-3 by Cleveland on Nov. 6, but rebounded by winning three consecutive contests on the road for the first time in franchise history. After Sunday's contest, the Bengals travel to Cleveland, host Denver and then go to Pittsburgh to close out the regular season. "All the work put in by the players since April, it now comes down to these four weeks," coach Marvin Lewis told the Cincinnati Enquirer. "December is very, very important that you play well. Obviously you want to play and continue through January, but we've got to take care of December first."
    TV: 1 p.m. ET CBS. LINE: Bengals –3.5. O/U: 47
    ABOUT THE BENGALS (8-3-1): The run defense will be tested by Le'Veon Bell, but Cincinnati has held three straight opponents to 75 yards or less after yielding over 100 for seven straight games. The Bengals ground game has picked up steam as well, ranking fourth in yards per game (142.8) since Week 9 when rookie Jeremy Hill (4.7 yards per carry) took over the bulk of the carries. However, the key for the Bengals, as usual, will be the lay of inconsistent Andy Dalton, the only quarterback in the league who has three games with a passer rating over 115 and four games under 70.
    ABOUT THE STEELERS (7-5): Bell, the only back in the NFL with 1,000 yards rushing and 600 yards receiving, had career-high 33 carries against the Saints and gained a personal-best 254 scrimmage yards - most by a Steeler since John Fuqua had 256 in Week 14 of the 1970 season. Pittsburgh will be getting some reinforcements Sunday, as linebackers Jarvis Jones (wrist) and Ryan Shazier (ankle) return to a defense that ranks 21st in points allowed (24.8), 27th in yards per pass attempt (7.51) and 26th in sacks (21) with a penchant of giving up the long gain. “Part of being a tough defense is not beating yourself and making offenses operate over the course of drives to beat you and there’s been some instances where that’s not occurred,” Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said. “We have to fix that and we have to fix it yesterday.”
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger is averaging 374 yards passing at home with 20 TDs and three interceptions versus 244 yards with six TDs and five interceptions on the road this season.
    2. Bell is on pace to compile 3,491 yards from scrimmage in his first two seasons, which would be the most in the first two years of a career since Chris Johnson gained 3,997 in 2008-09 for the Titans.
    3. The teams split last season, but the Steelers have won three of the last four games in Cincinnati.
    PREDICTION: Bengals 27, Steelers 21


    Preview: St. Louis at Washington
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland
    Less than three years after the St. Louis Rams essentially traded Robert Griffin III to the Washington Redskins, the teams are heading in very different directions. The Rams received three first-round picks and a second-round selection in exchange for the No. 2 overall choice that the Redskins used to take Griffin, and devoted some of those picks to draft players who have helped the team win four of its last seven games heading into Sunday's road contest. The Redskins, meanwhile, enter this home game having lost four straight contests and benched Griffin in favor of Colt McCoy prior to their latest defeat.
    “I think their ability to rush the passer with their front four is obviously tops in the league,” McCoy said this week of the Rams, whose front four includes defensive tackle Michael Brockers, a player that was chosen with a draft pick that indirectly came from the Griffin trade. St. Louis has defeated Seattle, San Francisco and Denver since mid-October and is coming off a resounding 52-0 win over Oakland. “It wasn’t difficult for us,” Rams coach Jeff Fisher told reporters this week, thinking back to the Griffin deal. “We looked at our roster and it wasn’t difficult to see that we had a lot of holes. So, it was easy for us to do.”
    TV: 1 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Rams -3. O/U: 44.5
    ABOUT THE RAMS (5-7): St. Louis had played nine straight games against teams with a winning record prior to last week's matchup against the Raiders, who they limited to 4-of-18 third-down conversions and 244 total yards in their first shutout since 2006. Tre Mason, a third-round pick from Auburn, ran for a career-high 117 yards and scored two long touchdowns while adding three catches for 47 yards and another score. Robert Quinn led the defensive effort with three sacks and two forced fumbles, giving him nine sacks and four forced fumbles in his past seven outings.
    ABOUT THE REDSKINS (3-9): McCoy set career highs with 392 passing yards and three touchdowns in last week's 49-27 loss to Indianapolis while DeSean Jackson caught one of those TD passes, although a leg injury has him listed as questionable for Sunday's contest. Despite using three quarterbacks this season, the Redskins are 10th in the NFL in passing yards, although only two teams in the league have a worse turnover margin than Washington (minus-7). After setting a franchise record with a league-leading 113 receptions last season, Pierre Garcon has 49 catches this year - a total of 10 in the last four games - and has not scored a touchdown since Oct. 19.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. Rams DT Aaron Donald leads all rookies with six sacks, including one in each of the last three games.
    2. Redskins TE Jordan Reed, who had nine catches for 123 yards last week, is aiming to post back-to-back 100-yard games for the first time in his career.
    3. Washington is one loss away from suffering at least 10 defeats for the fifth time in six seasons.
    PREDICTION: Redskins 26, Rams 19


    Preview: N.Y. Giants at Tennessee
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: LP Field, Nashville, Tennessee
    The New York Giants keep finding ways to lose games after jumping out to leads. The Giants will try to snap a seven-game slide when the visit the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. New York squandered a lead against the rival Dallas Cowboys in Week 12 and suffered an even worse embarrassment last week, when the Giants were on the losing end of the largest comeback win in Jacksonville Jaguars franchise history.
    Just like last week, the Giants have a chance to end their slide against one of the few teams in the league with a worst record in the Titans, who have dropped six in a row. Tennessee CEO and president Tommy Smith is promising a big roster turnover in the offseason. "Players need to be playing to the best of their abilities right now, and that will determine their future,” Smith told the Tennessean. “There may be some players whose contracts might be up, but that doesn't mean they're not going to be here. There may be some players with multi-year contracts, but that doesn't mean they're going to be here.”
    TV: 1 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Even. O/U: 45.5
    ABOUT THE GIANTS (3-9): Each of New York’s last three losses have come by less than one score and the setback at Jacksonville was particularly frustrating not only because the Giants squandered a 21-0 lead but because they managed to retake the lead 24-22 before giving up the game-winning field goal drive. The bright spot continues to be rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who racked up another 90 receiving yards against the Jaguars and was named the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Month for November. Beckham could be in for another big day against a Tennessee team that allowed 358 passing yards in a loss to the Texans last week.
    ABOUT THE TITANS (2-10): One player plenty familiar with Beckham is Tennessee rookie quarterback Zach Mettenberger, who played with Beckham at LSU. Mettenberger is questionable with a shoulder injury but no matter who starts at quarterback for the Titans, wide receiver will be short with Justin Hunter out for the season due to a lacerated spleen and top target Kendall Wright nursing a hand injury suffered in practice on Wednesday. “(Wright) finished practice (Wednesday), and (Thursday) he came in and it was sore and we just gave him the day off because I didn’t want him trying to catch a ball and aggravating it,” Tennessee coach Ken Whisenhunt told reporters. “It’s going to depend on how much better it gets tomorrow.”
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. The Titans have taken the last five in the series, though the teams have not met since Sept. 26, 2010.
    2. New York QB Eli Manning has five TDs and zero INTs in his last three games against AFC opponents.
    3. Tennessee RB Shonn Greene needs 62 rushing yards to reach 4,000 for his career.
    PREDICTION: Titans 28, Giants 24


    Preview: Carolina at New Orleans
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
    The muddled NFC South picture could become a bit more clear or a lot murkier when the New Orleans Saints host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. The Saints are tied with Atlanta for the top spot in the weak division after snapping a three-game skid last week at Pittsburgh. They can effectively knock the Panthers out of the race by sweeping the season series with a victory Sunday.
    Despite going winless in their past seven games, the Panthers aren't completely out of the race — they're only 1 1/2 games back — and Carolina coach Ron Rivera won't be ashamed if his team claims a playoff spot by winning one of the weakest divisions in NFL history. "Believe me, whichever team gets into the playoffs, there is going to be no apologies for it," Rivera told reporters. The Saints have struggled uncharacteristically at home, losing their last three at the Superdome, where they went 8-0 last season.
    TV: 1 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Saints -10. O/U: 49.5.
    ABOUT THE PANTHERS (3-8-1): Carolina remained winless since Week 5 in embarrassing fashion last week, getting routed 31-13 at Minnesota despite outgaining the Vikings 348-210. The culprit this time was special teams mistakes, as the Panthers had two blocked punts returned for touchdowns, spoiling a strong effort from a struggling defense. Carolina's ground game has been relatively effective of late, averaging 123.4 yards over the past seven games, but the passing game has been a mess with Cam Newton throwing 11 interceptions during an eight-game streak with at least one pick in each contest.
    ABOUT THE SAINTS (5-7): New Orleans still boasts one of the league's top offenses with Drew Brees (3,748 passing yards, 27 TDs, 11 INTs) at the helm, and the unit is more balanced than in recent years. Mark Ingram gashed the Panthers for 100 rushing yards and two TDs in New Orleans' 28-10 win at Carolina on Oct. 30, and he will have some help in the backfield Sunday with Pierre Thomas back and Khiry Robinson expected to return after missing the past six games. The defense gets a break this week against a struggling Carolina offense but will have to be better than it has in allowing 27 or more points in four straight games.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. Brees has passed for at least 300 yards and four TDs in each of his past three home games versus Carolina.
    2. Saints TE Graham has caught a TD pass in six straight games against the Panthers.
    3. Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams, who has 999 rushing yards and eight TDs in 10 career meetings, is not expected to play because of a broken hand suffered last week.
    PREDICTION: Saints 30, Panthers 20


    Preview: N.Y. Jets at Minnesota
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Rex Ryan is doing his best to focus on the immediate rather than stare at the sizable writing on the wall. The beleaguered coach looks to pick up the New York Jets after yet another loss when they visit the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. "I'm embarrassed for myself, absolutely," Ryan said after the Jets squandered a 10-point lead en route to a 16-13 setback at Miami. "It's an embarrassment. It's definitely embarrassing to me. ... The year hasn't gone anywhere close to what we were thinking. I'm going to focus on beating Minnesota. I'm not worried about anything else but that."
    Unlike New York, the Vikings kept their flickering postseason aspirations alive after recording their third win in five games with a 31-13 victory over Carolina last week. Minnesota benefited from a pair of blocked punts in the win and rookie Teddy Bridgewater threw for two touchdowns in his second consecutive contest. By contrast, second-year quarterback Geno Smith was limited to just 13 pass attempts as New York implemented a run-heavy approach versus the Dolphins.
    TV: 1 p.m. ET, CBS. LINE: Vikings -6 O/U: 40
    ABOUT THE JETS (2-10): For the second time in as many seasons, Percy Harvin will face the team that selected him with a first-round pick in 2009. The 26-year-old initially made a loud statement against his former club by returning a kickoff 58 yards before being limited to just one catch in Seattle's 41-20 victory on Nov. 17, 2013. The Seahawks eventually cut bait with the explosive Harvin, who reeled in 11 receptions for 129 yards in his second game after being acquired by the Jets before mustering just five for 13 over the last three contests.
    ABOUT THE VIKINGS (5-7): While New York has rode a highly publicized quarterback carousel involving Smith and Michael Vick, Minnesota's issues at running back also have been in the spotlight since Adrian Peterson's suspension earlier in the season. Promising rookie Jerick McKinnon (back) has failed to practice this week after sitting out versus the Panthers. Matt Asiata rushed 14 times for 52 yards last week while newcomer Ben Tate added five carries, but the duo will face a Jets rush defense that ranks third in yards allowed (85.2).
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. New York RB Chris Johnson rushed for a season-high 105 yards on 17 carries versus Miami, surpassing the combined totals of his previous two games (63 yards on 14 rushes).
    2. Vikings WR Greg Jennings has reeled in a touchdown reception in each of the last two weeks and also scored in his last meeting versus the Jets in 2010 while playing for Green Bay.
    3. New York has won seven straight meetings with Minnesota dating to 1975.
    PREDICTION: Jets 20, Vikings 16


    Preview: Baltimore at Miami
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
    The Baltimore Ravens and Miami Dolphins both have playoff aspirations, but Sunday's showdown in Miami will go a long way to determining the postseason fate for these two contenders. With both teams facing the daunting proposition of a sixth loss with three weeks to go, the Ravens and Dolphins both understand the critical nature of Sunday's matchup. “It’s tough not to look at it (as an elimination game),” said Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, who added that "this is a big game. It definitely is that way, it feels that way.”
    "We just need to win this football game," Miami receiver Mike Wallace told reporters. "That’s all we’re thinking about, winning on Sunday, and go from there.” The Dolphins have won five of their last seven games with the only two defeats in that span coming by a total of seven points against fellow playoff contenders Detroit and Denver. Baltimore had won two straight prior to a crushing 34-33 home loss to San Diego last Sunday - and the Ravens now must take the field without one of their best players, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, who was suspended for the rest of the regular season due to violating the league's policy against performance-enhancing drugs.
    TV: 1 p.m. ET, CBS. LINE: Dolphins -2.5. O/U: 45.5
    ABOUT THE RAVENS (7-5): Despite the loss of Ray Rice, the Ravens rank fifth in the NFL in rushing, due mostly to the outstanding production of Justin Forsett, who has run for 100-plus yards in each of the last three games. Flacco and Torrey Smith hooked up for two touchdowns last Sunday before the Baltimore defense allowed 21 fourth-quarter points, marking the fourth time in five games that the Ravens have given up at least 27 points. Steve Smith is enjoying a fine campaign but had one catch for two yards against the Chargers - by far his worst game of the season - and admitted afterward that he played "terrible."
    ABOUT THE DOLPHINS (7-5): Miami rallied from a 13-6 fourth-quarter deficit against the Jets on Monday night thanks to a fourth-quarter TD run from Lamar Miller and a late field goal by Caleb Sturgis. Wallace had six catches for 69 yards in that contest but has not surpassed 100 yards in a game this season after doing so four times in 2013. Ryan Tannehill failed to throw a touchdown for the first time this season but completed at least 70 percent of his passes for the fifth straight game.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. The Ravens rank 31st in defending the pass (273.9 yards per game), while the Dolphins are second (198.2).
    2. Miami has given up 14 points or fewer in each of its last six victories.
    3. Miller has not fumbled since Oct. 12 after losing the ball three times in his first five games of 2014.
    PREDICTION: Dolphins 27, Ravens 26

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    Preview: Indianapolis at Cleveland
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
    While Johnny Manziel is threatening, Brian Hoyer is still the man under center for Cleveland. After being pulled late in last week's loss to Buffalo and ceding stretch-run time to the heralded rookie Manziel, Hoyer remains the starting quarterback for Sunday's all-important home game against Indianapolis, which is eying a division crown. Hoyer had thrown five interceptions over two games before giving way to Manziel, the lightning-rod reserve who ran for a 10-yard score on his first drive.
    Colts head coach Chuck Pagano has indicated he is game-planning for both Hoyer and Manziel, while on the home front he is tasked with improving a defense that has given up an average of 29.4 points over a five-game span. Fortunately for Indianapolis, Andrew Luck continues to dominate, putting up 370 yards and five touchdowns in a 49-27 win over Washington last Sunday. The Colts own a two-game lead in the AFC South with a win in hand against second-place Houston, giving them a chance to clinch the division crown with a victory and a Texans loss at Jacksonville.
    TV: 1 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Colts -3.5. O/U: 49.5
    ABOUT THE COLTS (8-4): Among the many storylines surrounding this one is the return to Cleveland of former No. 3 overall pick running back Trent Richardson, who was abruptly shipped by the Browns to Indianapolis early last season and has targeted this date as a special one. "I don't want to say it's a revenge game, but it's going to be a lot of emotion put in this game," said Richardson, who has averaged just 3.1 yards per carry in 25 games with the Colts and finished with 12 yards on eight carries wile playing second fiddle to Dan Herron (88 yards, one touchdown) last week. Pagano said he is still committed to giving Richardson his share of carries.
    ABOUT THE BROWNS (7-5): Manziel has said that being placed back on the bench will only motivate him to get the call the next time and the leash may be short for Hoyer, whose completion percentage has dipped to 56.2, 33rd among 34 qualified quarterbacks in the NFL. Hoyer will be without one of his best possession targets in Miles Austin, who was placed on injured reserve due to a kidney ailment discovered hours after he had seasons highs with nine catches and 86 yards against the Bills. The run game, which managed only 74 yards against Buffalo, also remains a question mark with the status of committee leader Isaiah Crowell (hip) up in the air and rookie Terrance West coming off a tough outing in which he had eight yards on five carries and coughed up a fumble that was returned for a score.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. Browns TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) has returned to practice after missing five games.
    2. Luck ran for two TDs in a 17-13 win over Cleveland in the last meeting between the teams in 2012.
    3. Other Colts returning to face their former team are LB D'Qwell Jackson, KR Joshua Cribbs and assistant coach Rob Chudzinski, who coached Cleveland to a 4-12 record last season before being fired.
    PREDICTION: Colts 28, Browns 24


    Preview: Tampa Bay at Detroit
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
    Calvin Johnson has moved on from his ankle woes and has regained his form as the Detroit Lions prepare to host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Johnson missed three games and was severely hampered in two others but the receiver displayed he was back with 146 yards and two touchdowns on a season-high 11 receptions in the Thanksgiving Day rout of the Chicago Bears. Johnson is closing in on his fifth straight 1,000-yard season for the Lions, who are one game behind Green Bay in the NFC North.
    Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith saw a lot of Johnson when he was coach of the Bears and rising corner Johnthan Banks is motivated by the challenge of defending Johnson. “It’s always fun going against the best in the league,” Banks told reporters. “I’m a young guy, still learning. … Just getting to go out there and compete with Calvin Johnson and being on the same field as Calvin Johnson, it’s an honor.” Detroit, which is battling Dallas and Seattle for the NFC’s two wild-card berths, is 5-1 at home. Tampa Bay aims to halt its late-game struggles as it has let final-quarter leads slip away in five of its 10 defeats.
    TV: 1 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Lions –10. O/U: 41.5
    ABOUT THE BUCCANEERS (2-10): Quarterback Josh McCown has more interceptions (9) than touchdowns (7) as the offense has struggled with Tampa Bay ranking 28th in scoring (18.3) and 26th in total offense (313.6). “When you’re 2-10, yeah, you expect a lot more out of all of us – Josh included in that,” Smith told reporters. “All of us. I’m not going to put it all on Josh. When you put it on Josh, it’s all of us.” The attack has been hurt by an ankle injury to Doug Martin, who has just 251 rushing yards and ran for a season-high 58 yards against Cincinnati last Sunday. Defensively, Banks is tied for the NFC lead with four interceptions while defensive tackle Gerald McCoy has a team-best 8.5 sacks.
    ABOUT THE LIONS (8-4): Quarterback Matthew Stafford had his best yardage game of the season against the Bears, throwing for 390 and two touchdowns. Running back Reggie Bush (ankle) is expected back after missing four of the last five games and it is hoped he can pump some life into the ground game as well as be a threat to catch short passes to help Johnson get loose deep. “He’s got the skill set where he can do a lot of things,” Detroit coach Jim Caldwell told reporters. “The good thing is he’s practicing and looks good.” The Lions rank second in total defense (300.9 yards per game) and free safety Glover Quin is tied for the NFC lead with four interceptions while defensive end Ezekiel Ansah has a team-leading 6.5 sacks.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. Tampa Bay defeated the Lions 24-21 last season when Stafford was intercepted four times.
    2. Buccaneers WLB Lavonte David (ankle) is on track to return after missing two games.
    3. Detroit OLB DeAndre Levy has nine double-digit tackle games this season, the club’s most since MLB Chris Spielman recorded 13 such games in 1994.
    PREDICTION: Lions 30, Buccaneers 9


    Preview: Houston at Jacksonville
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: EverBank Field, Jacksonville, Florida
    The Houston Texans aim for their third straight road win as they look to keep their playoff hopes alive with a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. The Texans are in must-win mode as they trail Indianapolis by two games in the AFC South and are a game behind a cluster of six teams tied for the final wild-card spot. The Jaguars are headed for a high draft pick — they're tied for the second-worst record in the league — but are coming off a 25-24 win over the New York Giants.
    If the Texans are going to sneak into the postseason, they'll have to string together some wins — something they haven't done since winning their first two games of the season. "If you want to get over the hump of being a playoff team, getting to the playoffs, you have to understand that you can't get complacent," Texans coach Bill O'Brien told reporters. "We have some momentum. We played well (last week), so I think our guys have confidence with what we're doing." The Jaguars, who swept two meeting last season, also have some momentum after they rallied from a 21-0 deficit last week to snap a four-game losing streak in the largest comeback in club history.
    TV: LINE: Texans -6. O/U: 42.
    ABOUT THE TEXANS (6-6): Houston's offense was tremendous in last week's 45-21 win over Tennessee in which Ryan Fitzpatrick threw a franchise-record six TD passes. Fitzpatrick found a new favorite target in second-year wideout DeAndre Hopkins, who had a career-high 238 receiving yards and two TDs. The Texans still have MVP candidate J.J. Watt anchoring their defense, but they placed No. 1 draft pick Jadeveon Clowney on injured reserve Thursday and announced the defensive end will need knee surgery.
    ABOUT THE JAGUARS (2-10): Jacksonville had a pair of breakthroughs last week, as its 25 points marked a season high and it played its first turnover-free game of the season. The defense gets credit for a major assist thanks to three takeaways and a pair of defensive touchdowns. The Jaguars likely will need another strong defensive effort to pull off the upset, because the offense has not been effective with rookie quarterback Blake Bortles at the helm.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. Texans RB Arian Foster (31) is tied with Priest Holmes for the most career 100-yard rushing games by an undrafted player.
    2. Bortles needs 239 passing yards to join Byron Leftwich (2,819) as the only rookies in Jaguars history with 2,500.
    3. Houston WR Andre Johnson needs nine receptions to pass Hines Ward (1,000) for No. 9 all-time and two yards to surpass Torry Holt (13,382) for 12th on the NFL list.
    PREDICTION: Texans 27, Jaguars 19


    Preview: Buffalo at Denver
    When: 4:05 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado
    The Denver Broncos are undefeated at home and in the mix for the top overall seed in the AFC as they prepare to host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. The Broncos have rebounded with back-to-back victories following a stunning 22-7 loss at St. Louis and hold a one-game lead over San Diego atop the AFC West while sitting in a tie with New England for the best conference record - although the Patriots hold the tiebreaker. C.J. Anderson has emerged as a force in the backfield to augment an already explosive attack.
    Buffalo also has won two straight and is among a cluster of six teams at 7-5 who are battling for the final playoff berth but faces a brutal closing schedule that includes matchups against Green Bay and New England. Kyle Orton, who replaced EJ Manuel as the starter in Week 5 and has guided the Bills to a 5-3 record, returns to face the team that benched him in favor of Tim Tebow three years ago. "We're right there where we need to be with four games to go," Orton said after last week's 26-10 win over Cleveland.
    TV: 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS. LINE: Broncos -10. O/U: 47.5
    ABOUT THE BILLS (7-5): Orton was successful in his return to Denver on New Year's Day 2012, guiding Kansas City to a 7-3 victory, but one touchdown won't cut it against a Peyton Manning-led offense averaging 30.1 points. Orton has thrown for 13 touchdowns versus five interceptions but has failed to pass for 200 yards in two of the past three games, due to part to the struggles of rookie wideout Sammy Watkins, who is battling a hip injury and managed only 13 catches for 105 yards in four games last month. Robert Woods has helped pick up the slack with 13 receptions over the last two games and Fred Jackson provided a spark to the ground game with a season-high 70 yards last week. Buffalo leads the league with 48 sacks and the ability to pressure Manning will be a key to the game.
    ABOUT THE BRONCOS (9-3): Manning has thrown for a league-high 36 touchdowns, including six the past two weeks, but his overall numbers in the last two wins have been relatively pedestrian due to the emergence of Anderson in the backfield. Anderson, who started the season behind Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman, churned out 167 yards in a 39-36 win over Miami on Nov. 30 before amassing 168 yards in last week's 29-16 victory at Kansas City. That provides another weapon to a passing game that features 1,000-yard receivers in Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, who have combined for 170 catches and 17 touchdowns. Tight end Julius Thomas has an NFL-best 12 TDs despite missing the last two games, while Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware have racked up 12 and 10 sacks, respectively.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. Manning has thrown a TD pass in 51 straight games, the third-longest streak in history behind Drew Brees (54) and Tom Brady (52).
    2. Jackson needs 21 receiving yards to become the third undrafted RB in history to record 5,000 yards rushing and 2,500 yards receiving.
    3. Manning has been sacked only 13 times and faces the only defense in the league to feature three players with at least nine sacks apiece.
    PREDICTION: Broncos 30, Bills 17


    Preview: Kansas City at Arizona
    When: 4:05 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
    The Kansas City Chiefs and Arizona Cardinals look to put a quick end to their downward spirals when they square off at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday. Kansas City has suffered two straight losses to slip to third place in the AFC West, two games behind division-leading Denver. After becoming the first team to lose to Oakland this season, the Chiefs dropped a 29-16 decision to the Broncos at home last Sunday and fell into a tie with five other teams for the sixth seed in the conference.
    Arizona also has sustained back-to-back defeats and has seen its lead over Seattle in the NFC West dwindle to one game. The Cardinals won their first contest after Carson Palmer suffered a season-ending knee injury before falling to both the Seahawks and Atlanta on the road. Arizona hopes to continue its success in the desert as it is a perfect 6-0 at home this season.
    TV: 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS. LINE: Cardinals -1. O/U: 40.5.
    ABOUT THE CHIEFS (7-5): Kansas City had trouble generating offense as its losing streak against Denver reached six games, gaining only 41 yards on the ground while recording 151 total yards as opposed to 388 by the Broncos. "There were no positives out there," tight end Travis Kelce said. "It's a tough situation we're in right now, but with our backs against the wall, everybody has got to really come together." Jamaal Charles has scored a touchdown in a league-best seven straight contests and a total of 12 (eight rushing, four receiving) in his last nine games.
    ABOUT THE CARDINALS (9-3): Drew Stanton managed to keep Arizona afloat the first time Palmer was sidelined this season but hasn't had the same success this time around. The 30-year-old has thrown three touchdowns against five interceptions over the last three games, completing only 60.8 percent of his passes. The Cardinals were even worse running the ball than the Chiefs last week, gaining a mere 35 yards on only 11 carries. Larry Fitzgerald hopes to return to action after missing two games with a sprained right knee.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. The Chiefs have won each of their last three meetings with Arizona and five of the last six.
    2. Fitzgerald has a reception in 159 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NFL.
    3. Kansas City QB Alex Smith needs 43 passing yards to reach 20,000 for his career, while WR Dwayne Bowe is 30 receiving yards shy of joining Tony Gonzalez (10,940) and Otis Taylor (7,306) as the only Chiefs to reach 7,000.
    PREDICTION: Chiefs 27, Cardinals 17


    Preview: Seattle at Philadelphia
    When: 4:25 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Mark Sanchez is in the midst of reviving his career and looks to send his college coach home unhappy when the Philadelphia Eagles host the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Sanchez was a star quarterback at USC under Pete Carroll, the Super Bowl-winning coach of the Seahawks. “I think he’s one of the best – not just coaches – but people I’ve ever been around,” Sanchez told reporters. “And he’s such a great motivator and more than a coach, he’s a teacher.”
    Philadelphia has a one-game lead over the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East and is looking for its 11th consecutive home victory. Seattle is one game behind the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC West and has won five of its last six games. Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman had two interceptions in a win over San Francisco on Thanksgiving after having just one entering the contest. “I think right now he’s probably the best corner in the league,” Eagles coach Chip Kelly told reporters. “You’ve always got to be aware of him and where you are.”
    TV: 4:25 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Eagles –1. O/U: 48.
    ABOUT THE SEAHAWKS (8-4): Seattle’s top-ranked defense (285.8 per game) is carrying the club and has allowed just six points in the last two contests – a field goal each against Cardinals and 49ers. It has been more than Sherman picking up his play and the whole unit is responsible for allowing an average of 184 yards in the past two games. “We’re dedicated to one another right now,” Sherman told reporters. “When you’re on the field playing for one another, we’re playing like some 9-year-old, 10-year-old kids – not worried about the outcome and not worried about individual stats or anything like that.” Quarterback Russell Wilson remains efficint and has 15 touchdowns against five interceptions and running back Marshawn Lynch has 956 rushing yards and an NFL-high nine rushing touchdowns.
    ABOUT THE EAGLES (9-3): Running back LeSean McCoy (1,018 rushing yards) is coming off back-to-back big games in which he totaled 289 rushing yards and is now just 48 away from passing Wilbert Montgomery (6,538) as Philadelphia’s all-time leading rusher. “That’s something big. That’s something I’m looking forward to,” McCoy told reporters. “The main goal is to win the game, obviously, but on the way to doing that, I would love to accomplish that.” Sanchez has filled in well for injured Nick Foles (collarbone) and has eight touchdowns against six interceptions while receiver Jeremy Maclin has 71 receptions for 1,088 yards and nine scores. Connor Barwin leads the NFC with 12.5 sacks and was named the conference’s Defensive Player of the Month for November while free safety Malcolm Jenkins has a team-best three interceptions.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. The Seahawks have won three of the past four meetings.
    2. Maclin has four 100-yard outings this season after recording 108 receiving yards against Dallas on Thanksgiving.
    3. Philadelphia has committed a league-worst 28 turnovers (16 interceptions, 12 fumbles) while Seattle has made just nine (five interceptions, four fumbles).
    PREDICTION: Seahawks 23, Eagles 20

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    Preview: San Francisco at Oakland
    When: 4:25 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: O.co Coliseum, Oakland, California
    The San Francisco 49ers are on the outside looking in at the NFC playoff picture and keeping dealing with stories about the future of head coach Jim Harbaugh. The Oakland Raiders, who host the 49ers on Sunday, are coming off their most embarrassing loss in a season of low points after being crushed 52-0 by the St. Louis Rams last week. The 49ers have taken three straight from their cross-bay rivals but the teams are meeting for the first time since 2010.
    San Francisco squandered a chance to move into wild card position with a 19-3 loss at home to Seattle on Thanksgiving night and resides outside the NFC playoff picture. “We’re going to attack it,” Harbaugh told reporters. “We’re going to get it right. There will be improvements that are made, and I have great confidence that we can do that.” The Raiders are one of six teams in the NFL averaging fewer points than the 49ers and rank last in the league at 14.7 points.
    TV: 4:25 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: 49ers -8. O/U: 40.5
    ABOUT THE 49ERS (7-5): San Francisco has a trip to Seattle coming up next week and finish up at home against San Diego and Arizona but is not overlooking the lowly Raiders. “There’s no bad teams in the National Football League,” Harbaugh told reporters. “The NFL has done a great job making each game a test, and they’ve exceeded in expectations in that regard.” The 49ers have reached 20 points in one of their last six games and quarterback Colin Kaepernick does not have more than 24 rushing yards in any of those contests while completing 58.1 percent of his passes in that span.
    ABOUT THE RAIDERS (1-11): Oakland pulled off its first win in a year with a 24-20 home triumph over Kansas City on Nov. 20 and had a few extra days to prepare for the Rams, only to commit five turnovers and get run off the field last week. “We watched the tape, made the corrections, moved on and (we're) getting on to San Francisco,” Oakland coach Tony Sparano told reporters. “You move on quickly. You move on just like you do every other game.” Rookie quarterback Derek Carr threw a pair of interceptions and was replaced late by Matt Schaub, but Sparano is confident in Carr going forward.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. Raiders RB Latavius Murray (concussion), who rushed for two touchdowns against the Chiefs, sat out last week but has been cleared to play versus the 49ers.
    2. Kaepernick had a string of 21 straight games with at least one TD pass come to an end last week.
    3. Oakland RB Darren McFadden totaled 111 yards on 51 carries in the last five games.
    PREDICTION: 49ers 24, Raiders 10


    Preview: New England at San Diego
    When: 8:30 PM ET, Sunday, December 7, 2014
    Where: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, California
    Their seven-game winning streak now history, the New England Patriots will look to avoid back-to-back defeats for the first time since September 2012 when they visit the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. The Patriots were unable to keep pace with Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay in last week's 26-21 road loss but remain even with Denver and hold the tiebreaker for the top seed in the AFC. Tom Brady threw for 245 yards against the Packers - his lowest total since Week 4 - but he is 5-0 lifetime versus San Diego.
    The Chargers have rebounded from a three-game skid to rip off three wins in a row, including last week's 34-33 stunner at Baltimore in which Philip Rivers threw a pair of touchdown passes in the final 3:40 to erase a 10-point deficit. No teams are better over the final quarter of the season than New England and San Diego, who are each an NFL-best 17-3 over the last four games of the season since 2009. "You get down to the home stretch and it just has a little different feel to it," Rivers said. "And you throw in the fact that we will play one of the best teams ever, as far as tradition-wise, what this franchise has done over the last 15 years or so."
    TV: 8:30 p.m. ET, NBC. LINE: Patriots -3.5. O/U: 51
    ABOUT THE PATRIOTS (9-3): New England averaged 39.6 points during its winning streak but was forced to abandon the running game and play catch-up against the Packers, who held the ball for 36 1/2 minutes. While Brady has thrown 28 touchdowns passes versus only six interceptions, the Patriots are only 3-3 on the road and the two-time Super Bowl MVP has been limited to 257 yards or less in five of those games. Tight end Rob Gronkowski has 32 receptions and five touchdowns over the past five games and Brandon LaFell caught a pair of scoring passes last week, but New England must find a way to pressure Rivers. The Patriots were unable to generate any pass rush against Rodgers, who threw for 282 yards in the first half alone as Green Bay racked up 478 yards of total offense.
    ABOUT THE CHARGERS (6-4): San Diego's playoff hopes appeared to take a major hit following a 37-0 drubbing in Miami entering its bye week, but it has bounced back with three straight narrow victories to move within one game of the first-place Broncos in the AFC West. Rivers, who leads the AFC in completion percentage at 69.1, had three TD passes and threw for a season-high 383 yards in the improbable victory over the Ravens. Wideout Keenan Allen, who has struggled to maintain consistency following a superb rookie season, had a pair of touchdown catches among his career-high 11 receptions while going over 100 yards for the second straight week. Ryan Mathews has rushed for 215 yards and two TDs since returning from injury but the defense has permitted 57 points in the past two games.
    EXTRA POINTS
    1. New England needs one victory to join San Francisco as the only franchise with 12 consecutive 10-win seasons.
    2. Rivers sports a 30-6 career record in December.
    3. Brady has 63 career 300-yard passing games and needs one more to surpass Dan Marino for third on the all-time list.
    PREDICTION: Patriots 30, Chargers 27

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    ciao, hai qualche suggerimento per oggi ? Per me il football arabo, mi basta anche qualche partita scontata

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    ciao, hai qualche suggerimento per oggi ? Per me il football arabo, mi basta anche qualche partita scontata
    in una giornata del genere meglio che non ho giocato...mi piacevano i chiefs....finale di stagione dovrebbe essere il migliore per bettare nfl...ma i colpi di scena qui nn mancano mai

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    NFL - Preview Monday Night Week 14

    Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers (-13, 55.5)
    The Atlanta Falcons would be out of the playoff picture in any other division, but residing in the NFC South has provided them with a clear path to the postseason. That doesn't equate to an easy road for the Falcons, who face a daunting obstacle Sunday when they visit Aaron Rodgers and the red-hot Green Bay Packers. Atlanta is tied for first in the NFC South while Green Bay leads the NFC North and is unbeaten (6-0) at home.
    Last week's 29-18 over Arizona - the Falcons' first against a team with a winning record - actually was a boost for the Packers, who are among three 9-3 teams fighting for the top overall seed in the conference. Green Bay prevailed in a high-profile matchup last week, snapping New England's seven-game winning streak for its fourth victory in a row and eighth in nine games. "We have some big goals, and we know what we have in front of us, we have a four-game stretch here," Packers top wideout Jordy Nelson said. "We can’t let up at all and we need to make sure we take care of business."
    TV: 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN.
    LINE HISTORY: Oddsmakers opened the Packers as 11.5-point favorites, but action has moved that to -13. The total opened at 56 and is down a half-point.
    INJURY REPORT: Falcons - G Justin Blalock (Probable, back), WR Harry Douglas (Probable, foot), WR Roddy White (Questionable, ankle), DT Paul Soliai (Questionable, personal). Packers - CB Sam Shields (Questionable, concussion), LB Jamari Lattimore (Questionable, ankle).
    WEATHER: Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the low-30s and wind blowing across the field at 6 mph.
    ABOUT THE FALCONS (5-7SU, 5-7 ATS, 5-7 O/U): An injury-ravaged offensive line has contributed to the offensive inconsistency for Atlanta, but Matt Ryan is coming off his highest output since Week 1 with a 361-yard, two-TD performance in last week's win over Arizona. Julio Jones had a monster performance with 10 catches for 189 yards and has scored a TD in consecutive games, but fellow wideout Roddy White missed last week's game due to an ankle injury and did not practice Friday, although coach Mike Smith said he expected the veteran to play. Running back Steven Jackson has failed to crack 60 yards in 10 of 12 games but went over 100 yards for the first time last week. The Falcons rank last with 403.2 yards allowed, but they have permitted an average of 19 points during the current 3-1 streak.
    ABOUT THE PACKERS (9-3 SU, 7-4-1 ATS, 9-3 O/U): Green Bay has been a juggernaut on its home field, averaging nearly 44 points prior to behind held to 26 by the Patriots despite rolling up 478 total yards. Rodgers is coming off his sixth 300-yard game and has 32 touchdowns versus only three interceptions while posting numbers at Lambeau Field that are off the charts - 20 TDs and zero picks this season to extend his NFL records of 32 scoring passes and 366 attempts without being intercepted at home. Nelson and Randall Cobb are the first tandem in franchise history with at least 10 TD passes in a season while running back Eddie Lacy has rushed for 223 yards on 46 carries the past two weeks. A defense that has held eight of its last 10 opponents to 21 points or fewer could be without cornerback Sam Shields (concussion).
    TRENDS:
    The Falcons looked like the Falcons of old against Arizona and they need to keep that going heading to Green Bay Monday night. Atlanta is 0-4 ATS in its last four after a win. The Pack are 1-7 ATS in their last eight vs. losing teams.
    * Falcons are 4-0 ATS in their last four meetings in Green Bay.
    * Under is 5-1 in Falcons last six vs. NFC.
    * Over is 6-1 in Packers last seven vs. NFC.
    * Packers are 7-2 ATS in their last nine games overall.
    1. Green Bay hasn't won five in a row since 2012.
    2. Atlanta is 0-3 against the NFC North this season.
    3. The Packers have outscored the opposition 151-23 in the first half of the past five home games.

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    NFL - Risultati Monday Night Week 14

    GREEN BAY-ATLANTA 43-37
    Quinta vittoria di fila per i Packers che rimangono imbattuti in casa e superano anche i Falcons a cui non basta una prova da record di Julio Jones (11RIC 259Y 1TD). A segno anche Roddy White (3RIC 42Y 1TD), Harry Douglas (2RIC 11Y 1TD) e Eric Weems (1RIC 5Y 1TD) con i 4 TD pass di Matt Ryan (375Y 4TD 1INT). A segno anche Steven Jackson (16ATT 50Y 1TD) ma contro l'attacco di Green Bay c' poco da fare. Altra ottima partita di Aaron Rodgers (327Y 3TD 0INT) che manda a segno per due volte Jordy Nelson (8RIC 146Y 2TD) oltre ad Eddie Lacy (13ATT 73Y 1TD + 5RIC 33Y 1TD) utile e a segno anche su corsa dove divide bene le portate con James Starks (10ATT 75Y 1TD).

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    NFL - Quote Thursday Night Week 15

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    St Louis Rams - Arizona Cardinals (Punteggio iniziale:0 - 4.5) 1,85 1,85


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    venerd 12/12/2014 ore 02:25 Under Over
    St Louis Rams - Arizona Cardinals 1,80 1,90


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