NFL Week 9 Preview

November 3, 2023 Articles Comments Off on NFL Week 9 Preview


NFL Week 9 gives us some great games to look forward to!

Below you will find the preview for the big matchups.

Dallas (5-2) @ Philadelphia (7-1) 4:25 PM EST:

Could this be a potential NFC Championship preview?

It will certainly go a long way in determining who gets home field advantage in the playoffs….

So who has the edge in this one?

Currently the Eagles are -3 favorites, which means this is allegedly a tossup if it were on a neutral field.

I have repeatedly expressed doubts about the Cowboys due to their “inflated scores against bad teams, but struggle against good teams” model.

Until I see Dallas ACTUALLY beat someone of note, the Eagles should be considered favorites here.

Obviously line of scrimmage will be a key in this one – it always is when the Cowboys and Eagles are playing.

But, I am curious to see how Dak Prescott performs.

He has been playing well in recent weeks (against bad defenses), so let’s see how he does (likely fails) against a good defense…..

Miami (6-2) vs Kansas City (6-2) 9:30 AM EST:

We will all have to wake up nice and early for this battle in Germany, but it will be worth it.

The Dolphins and Chiefs are two of the most exciting teams in the NFL, so hopefully some serious points can be scored.

Tyreek Hill goes up against his former team for the first time, which adds to the intrigue.

And, two MVP favorites in Tua Tagovailoa and Patrick Mahomes will face off.

With so much offense, this will come down to which team can play good defense.

Both teams have solid defenses on paper, so the other big question is the Dolphins.

Can Miami beat a good team?

Similar to the Cowboys, the Dolphins beat up on the bad teams, but struggle against good teams.

This will be a potential coming of age moment for this Miami squad as they look to beat the World Champs.

Lastly, Miami comes in as a +2 underdog so this one should be close.

Buffalo (5-3) @ Cincinnati (4-3) 8:20 PM EST:

Talk about a juicy matchup and this is just number 3 on our list!

Buffalo and Cincinnati each boast star quarterbacks looking to carry their team to a first Super Bowl title.

Both teams come in with some early season questions that they must answer.

For the Bengals, are they (Joe Burrow) fully healthy and ready to function like normal?

It seems that way following last weeks impressive win over the 49ers.

For the Bills, can they add more consistency to their game?

When Buffalo is on, they are as good as any team in the NFL…..

But too often the Bills have had slow starts on offense, which is the reason they have 3 losses.

Buffalo cannot afford a slow start against not only a good Bengals offense, but also an underrated Bengals defense.

Cincy comes in as a -2 favorite in what will be a very high action game.

Seattle (5-2) @ Baltimore (6-2) 1:00 PM EST:

This game is not getting as much coverage as the others, but it is still a good one to watch.

Two teams who are aiming to make the postseason face off in this non conference matchup.

So who has the edge?

With Baltimore being at home they are the favorite on the spread at -6

But this one is going to be tough.

Both teams are well coached, and the Seahawks are a pesky team to beat.

My guess is this one will come down to the 4th quarter – look for Lamar Jackson and the Ravens running game to make the difference.

Minnesota (4-4) @ Atlanta (4-4) 1:00 PM EST:

This game is entering the realms of the unknown.

Both teams will be starting different quarterbacks this week.

Desmond Ridder has been benched and Taylor Heinicke takes the starting gig for the Falcons.

Heinicke has been a serviceable quarterback throughout his career, and will look to continue that serviceability on Sunday.

With plenty of weapons around him Heinicke should be able to make some plays.

Meanwhile, the Vikings are starting Jaren Hall (who?).

The rookie QB will be making his first start, so who knows how that will go.

Atlanta is a -4 favorite in a crucial game for both teams.

Happy Betting!


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