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NFL Week 9 OddsShark Computer Picks

The Oakland Raiders are not the joke of the NFL anymore with a 4-3 record a real chance at winning a wild card if they continue their strong play through the second half of the season. The OddsShark Super Computer has become a believer in the Raiders, with a projected 23.3-21.2 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field Sunday.

The past two games have seen quarterback Derek Carr start to realize his full potential with 622 passing yards, seven touchdowns and no interceptions. The Raiders are in the top 10 in passing yards and points per game on the backs of Carr and rookie receiver Amari Cooper.

The Steelers have lost their past two games, including last week against the Cincinnati Bengals in the return of Ben Roethlisberger. Big Ben looked less than stellar in the loss as he threw for three interceptions and just 5.8 yards per pass attempt. 

Broncos are Projected To Remain Undefeated

The Denver Broncos put up a trademark win last week by dismantling the previously undefeated Green Bay Packers 29-10. On the back of the best defense in the NFL the OddsShark Super Computer is projecting a 25.4-19.4 victory for the Broncos when they visit the Indianapolis Colts Sunday.

Denver’s defense has been the best in the league at harassing quarterbacks this season as they lead the NFL with 29 sacks, which has led to them recording nine interceptions on the season. Last week the Broncos defense shutdown Aaron Rodgers by holding him to 77 passing yards and a quarterback rating of 64.6.

The Colts and Andrew Luck have been struggling this season. The Colts quarterback leads the NFL with 12 interceptions and has led Indy to a 1-5 record when he starts this season.

Cowboys Expected to Make NFC East Muddier 

The NFC East is far from good this season with the four teams combining for a 12-21 record with 50 percent of their collective wins coming against one another. Despite being without quarterback Tony Romo, the OddsShark Super Computer is predicting the Dallas Cowboys to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 24-19.8 Sunday.

The Cowboys have lost their past five games, all of which were without Romo, but are still within striking distance of the NFC East-leading New York Giants. Dallas won their first meeting with the Eagles this season in Week 2, thanks in large to Sam Bradford turning the ball over three times.

The Eagles are coming off a loss to the undefeated Carolina Panthers in which Bradford had more interceptions than touchdowns for the fourth time in seven games this season.

Week 9 NFL Computer Picks
DayAwayHomeaScorehScore
ThuCleveland BrownsCincinnati Bengals18.432.2
SunGreen Bay PackersCarolina Panthers16.527.5
SunSt. Louis RamsMinnesota Vikings18.723.3
SunJacksonville JaguarsNew York Jets17.329.7
SunSt. Louis RamsMinnesota Vikings18.723.3
SunTennessee TitansNew Orleans Saints17.128.9
SunOakland RaidersPittsburgh Steelers23.321.2
SunAtlanta FalconsSan Francisco 49ers27.917.7
SunDenver BroncosIndianapolis Colts25.419.4
SunNew York GiantsTampa Bay Buccaneers18.830.4
SunPhiladelphia EaglesDallas Cowboys19.824
MonChicago BearsSan Diego Chargers16.228

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