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Las Vegas Raiders (-3.5) at Cleveland Browns -105

The Browns are going through a COVID-19 fiasco right now, with an incredible number of people getting the virus, including their head coach. The situation looks grim, and they have one less day to recover with the game being on Saturday.

While the Raiders are struggling, they should be able to get a victory over a team that hasn’t practiced and will possibly be starting many backups.

Arizona Cardinals (-12.5) at Detroit Lions -110

Coming off a loss that showed how ill-prepared and inexperienced key members of this Cardinals team can be, they should bounce back against the one-win Lions. The Cardinals have also been much better on the road this season, going 7-0 against the spread.

The Lions do not have the defensive players capable of containing Kyler Murray. We will see how Jared Goff’s career record against the Cardinals doesn’t mean much without Sean McVay telling him how to read a defense.

New England Patriots (+2.5) at Indianapolis Colts -110

Both of these teams are coming off a bye week. Bill Belichick and the Patriots are difficult to beat due to their ability to switch the identity of their team any given week. With an added week to prepare, I’m not betting against Belichick.

The Patriots are 8-2 against the spread in their last 10 games following a bye. New England is also known for taking away what their opponents do best, forcing them to win with something other than their strength.

If they take away the Colts’ running game, can Carson Wentz lead the Colts to victory on his own? I am betting no.

Green Bay Packers (-5.5) at Baltimore Ravens -110

Either the Ravens will have a hobbled Lamar Jackson or they will have Tyler Huntley at quarterback. It seems to be a lose-lose situation.

On top of that, the Ravens lost their best cornerback a couple of weeks ago. Any chance of containing Davante Adams went out the window with that injury.

The Packers are also 11-2 against the spread this season, and they should cover for the 12th time on Sunday.

Dallas Cowboys (-11) at New York Giants -110

After another week where the sports world asks what is wrong with the Cowboys, they get a matchup against another divisional opponent. They are a perfect 3-0 against the spread in the division this season. Dallas is also 6-1 against the spread at the road team.

While their offense is struggling, the defense, more specifically the pass rush, looked great last week.