Albert Breer went 9-5 with his predictions in Week 9 and is now 83-48 for the season. How will he fare in Week 10? His picks are below, with home teams listed second:
Red-zone woes bite the Saints' defense, which has struggled with injuries and a lack of play-making ability all year long.
Cleveland has scored a grand total of 28 points the past three weeks. Too bad for Pat Shurmur that Sam Bradford's not still on his team.
Looking at the remainder of Indianapolis' schedule, this looks like the Colts' best shot to crack that goose egg. The Jags' defense won't let it happen.
The roller-coaster that is Tebow Perception takes another downward turn this week, with K.C. needing to keep pace with Oakland. Not much to like about Tim vs. Romeo Crennel.
Losing Gerald McCoy will hurt the Bucs against the vaunted Houston running game. And counting on Albert Haynesworth in that area is a bad bet to make.
The kind of "Taking Care of Business" game that Baltimore struggled with in Jacksonville and Tennessee earlier in the year. The Ravens show their growth on the opposite coast.
One of those crossroads games, where streaking teams get to test their legitimacy. I think both clubs will be plenty tough on Sunday. And Eli Manning will come through at the end. Again.
Death by papercut! The Jets consistently move the ball on New England, but stall in the red zone. The field goals will be enough to force a third straight season split between these two.
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