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New Orleans (-3.5) at N Y Giants (50): For the Giants to be successful they will have to use their developing running game to keep Saints QB Drew Brees on the sidelines, even if their hopefully sustained drives result in field goals rather than touchdowns. The Giants still have not scored 30 or more points since 2015 and these teams played a 16-13 game on this field two seasons ago. UNDER

Baltimore (+3) at Pittsburgh (51): These long time AFC North rivals have a history of close games. And the Ravens have excelled as underdogs versus the Steelers, covering four of the last five, all since 2015. BALTIMORE

Kansas City (-5) at Denver (55.5): This has been a very cyclical series as the Chiefs have won and covered the last five games against Denver after the Broncos had won seven straight (5-2 ATS). If the Chiefs are not going to go 16-0 this is an ideal spot that suggests a loss, or at least a below average performance, with Denver having a top tier defense. DENVER

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Andy Iskoe

Owner and author of “The Logical Approach,” Andy Iskoe has been a long time GT columnist, contributing weekly in-season columns on baseball, pro basketball and pro football.

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