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Question of the Day
No. 6 Green Bay (minus 3) at No. 18 Detroit
Time for Packers to begin second-half surge.
No. 21 Arizona (plus 10) at No. 2 Atlanta
Falcons should be ticked off at how they performed with chance to win at New Orleans.
No. 13 Tampa Bay (minus 1) at No. 28 Carolina
Bucs can score anywhere, and Panthers don’t match up well.
No. 29 Cleveland (plus 7 1/2) at No. 16 Dallas
Hard to trust the Cowboys. Impossible to trust the Browns.
No. 25 New York Jets (plus 3) at No. 26 St. Louis
Sam Bradford hates the idea of ties. He need not be concerned about one here.
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