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"Hiccup in south Florida. It's a little bit of his kryptonite. It is something to watch out for they he is one in four from what I've been told in Miami. I believe in December when they play in December so watch out for that game. All right. New Orleans is at Tampa Bay the saints of ten and two they need to keep winning as they try to somehow get the top seed away from the Rams Tampa Bay six and seven on the cusp of the NFC playoff picture. New york. Giants are at Washington giants are foreign aid Washington. Six and six things are going south quickly for Washington. Some just gruesome injuries to Alex Smith and Colt McCoy, Mark Sanchez. Now, the guy in Washington, Indianapolis Colts are six and six they traveled to Houston to take on the Texans who are nine and three the Houston. Texans have won nine straight. I still don't think they're getting enough attention for this winning streak. Are they for real? We'll see, but they're in the conversation for a one or two seed in the AFC. That's how good they've been playing Cincinnati in a late game. We'll take on the LA chargers at the stubhub. Soccer venue, Bengals are five and seven chargers. Nine and three coming up win in Pittsburgh last Sunday night. Denver Broncos at San Francisco. This was a Super Bowl matchup many years ago. I believe the forty Niners one at fifty five to ten the Broncos, though, this you're just trying to stay in the playoff conversation. They're six and six behind case keenum, remember him forty Niners are two and hand. Ever since the Jimmy Garoppolo injury and jerick McKinnon has not gone their way this season. Here's the game of the day tomorrow, in my opinion. Philadelphia Eagles six and six reigning Super Bowl champs at Dallas Cowboys are seven and five. And if Dallas wins this I think the Cowboys will be your NFC east winners the eagles win. Then hey, we got a lot of things going on in the NFC east and they'll be right back in the chase. Also, Pittsburgh seven four and one at Oakland."