Baltimore +7 at the Dallas Cowboys. The Ravens are going to take the running game away from the Cowboys...well at least slow it down enough Dak Prescott will feel real pressure like he did week one against the Giants. Ravens keep this close and maybe...JUST MAYBE pull the upset.

Imovable objet meets the unstopable force...The Ravens lead the NFL in total defense, at 281.6 yards per game, and in run defense, at 71.3 yards per game. The Ravens are allowing a league-low 3.3 yards per carry and have allowed just four rushing touchdowns, also a league low. Most amazingly, the Ravens’ defense has allowed only 24 rushing first downs in nine games this season — less than three per game.

Elliott is leading the league with 1,005 rushing yards and 58 rushing first downs, and he averages 5.1 yards a carry. The Cowboys lead the league with 161 rushing yards per game and 16 rushing touchdowns.

Patriots -13 at San Fransico 49ers. I was mistaken when I said the Cardinals were just that damn good and lay double digits. I am NOT mistaken when I say the Pats are just that damn good! Coming off a loss you don’t want to face this team and San Fran is just not that good. This one will be ugly early!

Miami Dolphins -1.5 at Los Angeles! Welcome to the NFL rookie! Going all the way back to 2003 number one overall picked rookie quarterbacks DO NOT win their first start in the NFL. The las guy to be a number one picked quarterback and lead his team to a win in his first start was David Carr with the Texans in Houston.