Let’s take a look at the way the 32 franchises stack up against each other after NFL betting on Week 9.
# 32 Detroit Lions (1-7)
The last time Detroit won at Green Bay was 1991. Don’t expect that streak to end in Week 10.
# 31 Jacksonville Jaguars (2-6)
Jacksonville is a resurgent club. Wideout Allen Hurns has a touchdown in six consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NFL.
# 30 San Francisco 49ers (3-6)
The last time Blaine Gabbert won a start was in 2012…in Week 3. He won in Week 9, ending a streak of ten straight losses as the starter.
# 29 Tennesee Titans (2-6)
Marcus Mariota is only the second rookie since the AFL-NFL merger to have multiple four-touchdown games in one season. The other? RGIII back in 2012.
# 28 Cleveland Browns (2-7)
Against winning teams, the Browns are a lowly 0-6. They face 5-4 Pittsburgh on Sunday, where they are winless since the 2003 campaign.
# 27 Houston Texans (3-5)
The Texans don’t do well against quality quarterbacks. This week they face Andy Dalton.
# 26 Washington Redskins (3-5)
When the Redskins turn it over more than once in a game, they lose. When they don’t, they win.
# 25 Dallas Cowboys (2-6)
If you think Tony Romo’s injury has caused the six-game losing streak, you haven’t been paying attention to the soft defense.
# 24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-5)
Jameis Winston has now gone four straight games without an interception.
# 23 Baltimore Ravens (2-6)
Despite losing six of eight, the Ravens’ point differential is only -24 for the year.
# 22 San Diego Chargers (2-7)
The Chargers have lost five in a row, but none by more than eight.
# 21 Chicago Bears (3-5)
Since Jay Cutler came back from his injury, the Bears are 3-2.
# 20 Miami Dolphins (3-5)
Dan Campbell has re-energized the team, but they’re still not very good.
# 19 Kansas City Chiefs (3-5)
This team was 1-5. Can they go to Denver and make it three wins in a row?
# 18 New Orleans Saints (4-5)
The defense is the trouble here, ranking #31 in yards per game permitted.
# 17 Philadelphia Eagles (4-4)
The Eagles have 150 yards on the ground in each of their last four games.
# 16 Buffalo Bills (4-4)
Tyrod Taylor is back. Watch for the Bills to beat the Jets this week.
# 15 New York Giants (5-4)
The Giants have the best turnover margin in the NFL at +12. They host the Patriots this week.
# 14 Indianapolis Colts (4-5)
The Colts broke a six-game losing streak to teams outside the division when they beat Denver on Sunday.
# 13 Oakland Raiders (4-4)
Derek Carr has thrown for 19 touchdowns in eight games. That’s the best eight-game total for a Raiders quarterback since 1969, when Daryle Lamonica had 22.
# 12 New York Jets (5-3)
Chris Ivory is only averaging 1.5 yards per carry for the Jets over the last three games.
# 11 Atlanta Falcons (6-3)
The Falcons may be set to crash and burn: they are 1-2 against the Titans, Buccaneers and 49ers in the last three games.
# 10 St. Louis Rams (4-4)
Nick Foles has already had three games this year with no touchdown passes.
# 9 Pittsburgh Steelers (5-4)
Now the Steelers are missing their starting quarterback and tailback. Can the Browns take advantage?
# 8 Seattle Seahawks (4-4)
The Seahawks have entered the red zone 17 times this season…and scored five touchdowns, worst in the league.
# 7 Minnesota Vikings (6-2)
The NFC North now has a tie at the top between Green Bay and the Vikings, who off to their best start since 2009.
# 6 Arizona Cardinals (6-2)
The Cardinals have really improved their rushing game this year, improving from #31 to #10.
# 5 Green Bay Packers (6-2)
In their last three games, the Packers have been outgained by a total of 563 yards.
# 4 Denver Broncos (7-1)
Peyton threw two key picks in the Broncos’ loss to the Colts, and the team only ran for 35 yards.
# 3 Cincinnati Bengals (8-0)
Andy Dalton loves throwing to tight end Tyler Eifert, who has nine touchdowns.
# 2 Carolina Panthers (8-0)
The Panthers now have a 12-game regular season winning streak.
# 1 New England Patriots (8-0)
New England heads to New York to take on the Giants. The Giants have won the last three meetings between the two.