Last Week: 6-7Weeks 1 through 7: 48-51-4Home teams shown in bold. Odds taken from Odds Shark.Philadelphia (-3) vs. Jacksonville (London)Before the season started … ing-jersey , the NFL was probably licking their chops at this London matchup. Now, its looked at as a matchup of two underperforming teams. The Jaguars have more issues, though.. especially on offense.<em>Pick: Philadelphia (-3)</em>Baltimore (-2.5) vs. Carolina Justin Tucker missing that extra point to tie last Sunday was craaaaaaaaazy. He was 222 for 222 on XPs prior to that miss. Thats football, I guess.<em>Pick: Baltimore (-2.5)</em>Pittsburgh (-8) vs. ClevelandEven though theyre 2-4-1, the Browns are 5-2 ATS this season. I dont think its crazy to think they keep it close here, especially if their defense keeps forcing turnovers.<em>Pick: Cleveland (+8)</em>Kansas City (-10) vs. DenverKC is rolling, and the Broncos have had to deal with the drama of Chad Kelly all week long. Mahomes & crew win going away.<em>Pick: Kansas City (-10)</em>Chicago (-7.5) vs. New York JetsAlthough some of the better QBs in the league have found success against the Bears defense, Darnold is a QB that that D can prey on.<em>Pick: Chicago (-7.5)</em>Detroit (-3) vs. SeattleKerryon Johnson is going to be good for a long time, and Matt Stafford has bounced back from a slow start to his season.Remember when people were writing off the Lions & Matt Patricia after week one?<em>Pick: Detroit (-3)</em>Cincinnati (-3.5) vs. Tampa BayThe young Bengals might not be as good as their hot start indicated, but theyre not as bad as they played last week. Theyll come out with a chip on their shoulder in this one.<em>Pick: Cincinnati (-3.5)</em>Washington (-1) vs. New York Giants The Giants are bound to win one of these soon, right? <em>Right</em>?<em>Pick: New York Giants (+1)</em>Indianapolis (-3) vs. OaklandBet you didnt know that Andrew Luck has thrown 15 touchdown passes in his last four games. Those whispers that he might not be what he once was coming off injury are getting quieter and quieter.<em>Pick: Indianapolis (-3)</em>Los Angeles Rams (-9) vs. Green BayThe Rams are frighteningly good, but the Packers are coming off a bye and getting healthier. In front of plenty of cheesheads in LA, they keep it close.<em>Pick: Green Bay (+9)</em>San Francisco (-1) vs. Arizona Yuck.<em>Pick: Arizona (+1)</em>Minnesota (-1) vs. New OrleansHow many times will the Minnesota Miracle be shown on the Sunday Night broadcast? Probably a lot. This game should be excellent.<em>Pick: Minnesota (-1)</em>New England (-14) vs. BuffaloFor some reason http://www.indianapoliscoltsteamonline. … eke-jersey , I really considered taking Bills +14 here. nah.<em>Pick: New England (-14)</em> WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP)The fifth round of the Super Rugby season may help answer a big question: How strong are the South African teams?The round features four matches between South African sides and teams from other conferences, and may help shine light on the perplexing issue of the performance of teams from South Africa in this and recent seasons.The Johannesburg-based Lions have reached the tournament final in each of the last two years, losing to the Wellington-based Hurricanes in 2016 and the Christchurch-based Crusaders last year.After four rounds of the current season, the Lions again top the African conference with three wins from four games while the Durban-based Sharks, Pretoria-based Bulls and Cape Town-based Stormers have only three wins among them.The Lions only loss this season came last week, at home to the Auckland-based Blues, and raised particular questions about the Lions strength as the Blues were winless and clearly the weakest of the five New Zealand teams.Confounding the estimation of South African strength, the Bulls only win so far came at the expense of the Hurricanes in the first round, the Sharks have drawn with the New South Wales Waratahs while the Stormers, after beating Argentinas Jaguares in the first round, were at least competitive in tour matches against the Waratahs, Crusaders and Highlanders.In this weekends round http://www.jacksonvillejaguarsteamonlin … lor-jersey , the Bulls play the Chiefs in Hamilton, the Sharks face the ACT Brumbies in Canberra, the Stormers meet the Blues in Cape Town and the Lions take on the Sunwolves, now part of the Australia conference, in Johannesburg.The Lions are expected to win against the Sunwolves who are the only team in the tournament without a win after four rounds, but the tasks of the other three teams are tougher.The Bulls desperately need a win over the injury-hit Chiefs to get their season underway and to have any chance of challenging the Lions for first place in the Africa conference. The Chiefs are without a number of key players this weekend: All Blacks props Nepo Laulala and Kane Hames, lock Dominic Bird, center Charlie Ngatai and winger Shaun Stevenson are all injured and Damian McKenzie has been forced to move from flyhalf to fullback.That opens a chance for the Bulls but their record in New Zealand is not strong, and the Chiefs have shown a strong fighting spirit this season, beating the Blues and putting up a good show against the Crusaders before last weekends bye.Bulls coach John Mitchell, who previously coached the Chiefs and played for the franchises central Waikato provice, said his team must seize the chance to reverse several seasons of under-performance.Clearly we know where we want to head to and we know what we want to do, Mitchell said. Its just the timeline. We dont know how long it will take.The Sharks begin a four-week Australasian tour with their match against the Brumbies. The teams have in common the fact that their only wins this season came at the expense of Japans Sunwolves and both now need a win to remain competitive in their conferences.They obviously have to get their campaign on the road and for us its really important that we start our tour well http://www.jacksonvillejaguarsteamonlin … -ii-jersey , Sharks coach Robert du Preez said. Theyre not scared to run the ball out of their own territory.We need to dominate their pack.The Stormers have to recover quickly from a taxing tour to Australia and New Zealand to take on a Blues team whose spirits have been lifted by last weekends win over the Lions. Injuries to winger Seabelo Senatla and fullback S.P. Marais are costly to the Stormers, who have also been hit by a flu bug which passed through their camp this week, affecting players and management.The guys pitched up for a training session and a meeting (on Tuesday), but we had to send half the management members home as well as a good few players, so it was pointless doing anything, coach Robbie Fleck said.In other matches, the Jaguares host Queensland in Buenos Aires on Saturday and the unbeaten Melbourne Rebels, 3-0, play New South Wales at Sydney on Sunday.