Saints 30, Dolphins 25 -- Mike Triplett The Dolphins are allowing opposing quarterbacks to complete 79 percent of passes this season.
Miami's pass coverage has been shaky, and that's not good facing future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees.
Julio Jones, who said he’s fine coming off a back injury, should get his first touchdown of the season.
And the running back tandem of Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman -- who've guided the Falcons to a 7-0 record when combining for 200 yards -- should give the Bills fits.
Ravens 21, Steelers 17 -- Jeremy Fowler The Ravens have beaten the Steelers four consecutive times at M&T Bank Stadium, and Roethlisberger has thrown four touchdown passes and seven interceptions in his past five games in Baltimore.
Baltimore's defense will have plenty to prove after getting humiliated against the Jaguars.
The Steelers haven't scored more than 20 points in Baltimore since 2012 and average 12.3 points over their past three games there.
Expect an inspired effort from Ben Roethlisberger, but it won't be enough.
But New Orleans should get top cornerback Marshon Lattimore back from a concussion.
The Rams' defense is better than it has shown the past two weeks while allowing a combined 806 yards to the Redskins and 49ers.
But the Cowboys will be a little too much to handle here.
Coach Mike Mularkey said those "in a row" streaks have to stop at some point.
It stops Sunday as the Titans neutralize Deshaun Watson's legs and make life difficult for him with exotic blitzes and diverse looks.