Seattle Seahawks (6-3) vs LA Rams (3-6), Sunday at 4:25 P.M. EST
Prediction: Seahawks 28, Rams 24
Many discount the Rams this year, but they have been in plenty of their games this season when Matthew Stafford has been healthy to play. That trend should continue this week as they get ready for a tough divisional game at home against Seattle. Geno Smith is coming off one of his best performances of the season, and that should translate over to this game. The Seahawks match up well against LA, and they should be able to outscore them on Sunday.
Minnesota Vikings (6-4) vs Denver Broncos (4-5), Sunday at 8:20 P.M. EST
Prediction: Vikings 25, Broncos 24
Josh Dobbs mania remains in full effect in Minnesota. He has played exceptionally since becoming the starter there. It will be a tough assignment, but Dobbs might be able to get the Vikings into the playoffs by year's end. Denver is coming off an upset win over the Bills on Monday night, but that extra night of rest for the Vikings will hurt Denver. Expect a nail-biter for both fan bases in this one. Rocking with Dobbs to move down the field to win the game against one of the worst defenses in the NFL.
Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) vs Kansas City Chiefs (7-2), Monday at 8:15 P.M. EST
Prediction: Chiefs 31, Eagles 27
A couple of playoff-like quality games this week, and a Super Bowl rematch don't get much better. Another Kelce bowl here. This one is at Kansas City, and the Chiefs have struggled to remain consistent on offense. Jalen Hurts has not been great this season for the Eagles, but he has been steady enough to get them to where they are. Expect Patrick Mahomes and company to do enough on offense to get off the field with a win in an offensive shootout.