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The Detroit Lions won’t be on action this Sunday as they have reached their Week 6 bye. While the team won’t be on TV this week Matthew Stafford Jersey White , that isn’t gonna stop many Lions fans from spending another Sunday sitting on the couch watching football while the existential dread sets in. Here are the best matchups to watch this weekend when you choose to spend a nice fall Sunday on your couch instead of just going outside or something. Channel is listed for games that will be aired in Detroit via 506 Sports.The 1 p.m. slateChicago Bears @ Miami Dolphins (FOX)The Chicago Bears have won three straight. Their defense is as great as we expected and usually-bad Mitch Trubisky threw six touchdowns two weeks ago against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. On the other hand, the Dolphins have lost two straight after a hot start and the offense had a meltdown late in a loss to the Cincinnati Bengals last week. The Bears should be able to roll over the skittish Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins, but Trubisky throwing into an elite secondary like the Dolphins’ gives this game potential to be a sloppy, exciting, mess. Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals (CBS)This game should have a lot of points. The Steelers have been reeling recently, but their high flying, talented offense put up 41 on the Falcons last week. This week Big Ben and his boys face off against a Bengals defense that has been awfully disappointing this season. While the Bengals defense hasn’t been up to snuff so far Andy Dalton and the offense have been incredible. Pittsburgh hasn’t been able to stop anyone of defense this season, and A.J. Green and Joe Mixon fantasy owners have to be licking their lips with this match up on the horizon.Los Angeles Chargers @ Cleveland BrownsI dub this one “The Misery Bowl”.The Chargers are 3-2 and the only teams that have beaten them are undefeated. They haven’t looked as great as we’d hoped this season, but one can argue Philip Rivers has been the third-best quarterback in football this year. The defense finally seems to be getting it together and they look like a force to be reckoned with. The Browns are a scrappy bunch of misfits who—despite a 2-2-1 record—are a few bounces of the ball from being 5-0.Both of these teams have been incredibly unlucky over the years. The Browns misfortune has reared its head multiple times this season, and you have to feel like the Chargers are due to implode any minute now. This won't be the best game this week but it sure has a chance to be the dumbest. Other matchupsCarolina Panthers @ Washington: A team with elite rushing offense that is prone to self destructing and losing games they should win vs. a team with elite rushing defense that is prone to self destructing and losing games they should win. Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Atlanta Falcons: In case you really like points but would rather watch a FOX broadcast than a CBS broadcast.Seattle Seahawks vs. Oakland Raiders: Russell Wilson is fun. It’s in England. That’s really it. Arizona Cardinals @ Minnesota Vikings: Josh Rosen is an exciting rookie and there is always a chance that the Vikings implode again. Indianapolis Colts @New York Jets: I guess this is a good game to watch if you happen to be a fan of either the Colts or Jets.Buffalo Bills @ Houston Texans: If you aren’t a fan of football, then this is the game for you.The 4 p.m. slateBaltimore Ravens @ Tennessee Titans The afternoon slate is bad. So bad that the Titans may be involved in the most interesting game. The Titans and Ravens are both teams that have a chance to sneak into a first-round bye as the AFC falls apart around them. This game should be an old-fashioned slug fest that may have huge tie breaker implications in December. Other matchupsLos Angeles Rams @ Denver Broncos: The Broncos are bad and the Rams are good. Jacksonville Jaguars @ Dallas Cowboys (CBS): By virtue of the Cowboys being involved, this is the game CBS is pushing as the game of the week. It won't be. Sunday Night FootballKansas City Chiefs @ New England Patriots (NBC)This is a story as old as time. On one side we have the older, wiser team with all the experience in the world. A team overflowing with championship pedigree that has already etched their name into the history books of this league. On the other, the young, flashy, new kids on the block. The new challengers entering the champion’s ring with a chance to unseat the king and take the throne as their own. Dramatics aside, this is a chance for the Chiefs to silence anyone who still is somehow doubting them. A win in Foxborough will put the AFC firmly in their grasp and give Patrick Mahomes the signature win he needs for his budding MVP campaign. A win for the Chiefs will be huge because, as we all know, any team that beats the Patriots has a real chance at the Super Bowl. The Detroit Lions and the Minnesota Vikings appear to be headed in opposite directions. Though they’re both coming off of disappointing Week 8 losses, the Lions just sold one of their key offensive pieces, while the Vikings are continuing to play better and are getting healthier. That being said, Minnesota came into the season with much higher expectations, and have yet to come close to those lofty goals. So what’s going on in Minnesota, and will they be able to turn it around in time to grab their second-consecutive NFC North crown? Let’s take a look in our Week 9 scouting report.Minnesota VikingsLast season13-3 record (1st in the NFC North)10th in points scored Nick Bellore Jersey White , 1st in points allowedOverall DVOA: 4th (5th on offense, 2nd on defense)2018 offseasonKey free agent additions: QB Kirk Cousins, DT Sheldon Richardson, OL Tom ComptonKey losses: QB Case Keenum, QB Teddy Bridgewater, QB Sam Bradford, RB Jerick McKinnon, G Joe Berger, DT Tom Johnson, CB Tramaine Brock, CB Marcus Sherels, 2018 NFL draft picks:Round 1, 30 overall - CB Mike HughesRound 2, Pick 62 - T Brian O’NeillRound 4, Pick 102 - DE Jalyn HolmesRound 5, Pick 157 - TE Tyler Conklin Round 5, Pick 167 - K Daniel CarlsonRound 6, Pick 213 - G Colby GossettRound 6, Pick 218 - DE Ade ArunaRound 7, Pick 225 - LB Devante Downs Last year, the Vikings were truly one of the best teams in the NFL. Defensively, they were the same terror that they’ve been over the past few years, and offensively, everything clicked. Despite the early loss of rookie running back Dalvin Cook and quarterback Sam Bradford Damon Harrison Jersey White , the Vikings offense managed to be incredibly productive on the arm of Case Keenum, the legs of Latavius Murray and a mediocre-at-best offensive line. It was truly puzzling to see, and it’s likely why offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur got a head coaching job with the New York Giants in 2018. The over-performance eventually caught up with them, as they got throttled in the NFC Championship Game by the eventual Super Bowl winning Philadelphia Eagles.However, the Vikings came into the 2018 season with even more optimism. Their defense returned just about everyone, and added former Pro Bowl defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson in free agency. Their offense appeared to upgrade with a healthy Dalvin Cook and one Kirk Cousins. It was odd to see Minnesota blow up their quarterback room after such a successful season, but almost everyone agreed that Case Keenum to Kirk Cousins was an upgrade. Minnesota was not only considered a contender going into the 2018 season, but some believed only they would be able to contend with the Rams for the NFC. 2018 season thus far (4-3-1)Week 1: Win over 49ers, 24-16Week 2: Tie with Packers, 29-29Week 3: Loss to Bills, 6-27Week 4: Loss to Rams, 31-38Week 5: Win over Eagles, 23-21Week 6: Win over Cardinals, 27-17Week 7: Win over Jets, 37-17Week 8: Loss to Saints, 20-30Stats:14th in points scored, 15th in points allowed18th in DVOA (20th on offense, 13th on defense, 26th on special teams)It has obviously not worked out that way thus far. Statistically speaking, the 2018 Vikings look almost unrecognizable from last year’s team. Offensive line issues have crippled their efficiency, while their defense, too, has struggled much more than expected.Offensively, the Vikings are really struggling to run the ball Womens Graham Glasgow Jersey , averaging just 4.0 yards per carry (25th) and 87.1 yards per game (29th). Last year, they ran for over 30 yards per game more (122.3). As for Cousins, he’s far from the offense’s biggest problem. Though he’s 21st in the league in yards per attempt (7.4), he’s ninth in passer rating (102.5), fourth in completion percentage, and his 16:4 touchdown-to-interception ratio is more than adequate. However, due to the aforementioned offensive line issues, Cousins has seven fumbles on the year (five lost)—both NFL highs. Defensively, it’s hard to exactly put your finger on what’s going wrong. Part of the problem is injuries. Key players like Andrew Sendejo, Everson Griffen, Anthony Barr, and Xavier Rhodes have all missed some time. As a result, the Vikings are allowing a passer rating 18 points higher than last year (73.0 vs. 91.2) and nearly nine points more per game (15.8 vs. 24.4). All that being said, the Vikings are far from entering panic mode. They’ve won three out of their last four games, and of those three losses, two came against arguably the best teams in the NFC (Saints, Rams). They seem to be improving every week, and now they’re getting healthier too. After missing a few games due to mental health, defensive terror Everson Griffen is back. Xavier Rhodes could play this week after missing the Saints game, and it appears Dalvin Cook could make his first appearance since Week 4.The Vikings aren’t the team they were last year, but they appear to be hitting their stride now, and that could spell trouble for a Lions team still flailing in mediocrity. Vegas line for Sunday: Vikings by 5

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