It’s still early in the season, and New England’s rating is still probably too high. St. Louis, as -10.96, might be too low as well. The 2008 Detroit Lions, the team that went 0-16, had a final rating of -9.87.
New England (1) will beat Oakland (17) by 12.0 on the road. Oakland has a 0.18 chance of beating New England.
Green Bay (2) will beat Denver (27) by 19.8 at home. Denver has a 0.08 chance of beating Green Bay.
Baltimore (3) will beat New York Jets (8) by 6.8 at home. New York Jets has a 0.30 chance of beating Baltimore.
New Orleans (4) will beat Jacksonville (25) by 7.6 on the road. Jacksonville has a 0.28 chance of beating New Orleans.
Detroit (5) will beat Dallas (11) by 0.1 on the road. Dallas has a 0.50 chance of beating Detroit.
Houston (7) will beat Pittsburgh (6) by 1.3 at home. Pittsburgh has a 0.46 chance of beating Houston.
Chicago (9) will beat Carolina (28) by 11.7 at home. Carolina has a 0.19 chance of beating Chicago.
Tampa Bay (10) will beat Indianapolis (20) by 5.7 at home. Indianapolis has a 0.33 chance of beating Tampa Bay.
San Diego (12) will beat Miami (24) by 7.9 at home. Miami has a 0.27 chance of beating San Diego.
Buffalo (13) will beat Cincinnati (23) by 1.6 on the road. Cincinnati has a 0.45 chance of beating Buffalo.
New York Giants (14) will beat Arizona (29) by 5.8 on the road. Arizona has a 0.33 chance of beating New York Giants.
Philadelphia (15) will beat San Francisco (22) by 5.3 at home. San Francisco has a 0.34 chance of beating Philadelphia.
Atlanta (16) will beat Seattle (31) by 7.3 on the road. Seattle has a 0.29 chance of beating Atlanta.
Tennessee (18) will beat Cleveland (26) by 2.7 on the road. Cleveland has a 0.42 chance of beating Tennessee.
Washington (19) will beat St. Louis (32) by 8.6 on the road. St. Louis has a 0.25 chance of beating Washington.
Minnesota (21) will beat Kansas City (30) by 4.4 on the road. Kansas City has a 0.36 chance of beating Minnesota.
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