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On Saturday night, it’s …

#3 NOTRE DAME (8-1) at #7 MIAMI (8-0) – 8 p.m. ET, ABC

In yesterday’s Jim Sez column, we banged out a slew of key game previews for the weekend including #6 TCU at #5 Oklahoma and #1 Georgia at #10 Auburn … but we saved the best for now!

The ND Fighting Irish AND the Miami Hurricanes enter this Saturday night showdown with the “inside track” on making it into the College Football Playoffs this year … if either “runs the table” than they’ll be part of this sport’s final four.

If Notre Dame’s gonna win/cover as 3.5-point road favorites, then QB Brandon Wimbush must be mobile enough to make yards on pre-ordained runs and RB Josh Adams (132.3 yards per game rushing) must stay on the field after some recent injuries/tweaks.

On the flip side, the ‘Canes need to get out that “turnover belt” and force this multi-faceted Irish attack into at least three turnovers plus Miami’s offense must stay patient if the big downfield pass play isn’t always there for kid QB Malik Rosier (2,2273 yards passing with 19 TDs).

 

NFL WEEK 10

Let’s get y’all a bunch of quick-hitters on some key NFL Week 10 tilts on Sunday …

 

NEW ORLEANS (6-2) at BUFFALO (5-3) – 1 p.m. ET, Fox

Believe it or not, this is the NFL’s lone game on the Sunday card pitting teams with winning records against one another – and the Saints have not slowed down from winning ever since that Week 2 home setback against New England. Sean Payton’s crew has won six in a row – and covered five of those six – and keeping good care of the ball has been key (see just 9 turnovers this season).

 

MINNESOTA (6-2) at WASHINGTON (4-4) – 1 p.m. ET, Fox

Here’s another red-hot team barging into Week 10 – the Vikings have won four in a row and come off their bye week plus note Minny has not allowed as much as 20 points in its last six consecutive games. Can Washington QB Kirk Cousins (13 TDs and just 4 INTs) make the big play at crunch-time again (see last week’s 17-14 late comeback win in Seattle)?

 

DALLAS (5-3) at ATLANTA (4-4) – 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox

Yes, the courts are saying Cowboys’ RB Zeke Elliott (783 yards rushing/ 7 TDs) is out here but guess we’ll believe it when we see it for ourselves! Gotta say everyone’s got “Zeke Fatigue” by now but the visitors can’t feel sorry for themselves as QB Dak Prescott (1,818 yards passing with 16 TDs and 4 INTs) must move the chains with some runs here while Atlanta’s key to victory (and the Falcons are 3-point betting favorites at last check) is QB Matt Ryan (7 INTs) can’t self-destruct at a bad time. How come the Falcons only have 11 aerial TDs with this fantastic array of pass-catchers?

 

On Sunday Night, it’s …

NEW ENGLAND (6-2) at DENVER (3-5) – 8:30 p.m. ET, NBC

One good thing about the Patriots having their bye last weekend is we were able to check out QB Tom Brady’s Twitter picture of him lounging around on some beach … hey, this is an all-business affair for Bill Belichick’s crew that’s won four in a row SU (straight-up) and three-of-four versus Mr. Vig ever since that painful 3-point loss to Carolina all the way back in Week 4 action. The Pats might be able to win/cover the bloated 7.5-point price here even without a super-stud game from Brady (2,541 yards passing with 16 TDs and 2 INTs) because the Broncos have become a real offensive lightweight – only 84 total points scored in Denver’s last six games and many of them were at garbage time in last week’s “cry uncle” 51-23 loss in Philadelphia. The Denver O-line is banged up and has been reshuffled: Is this a “fair fight” here?

 

 

NOTE: Catch our Monday Night Football Preview – that’s Miami at Philadelphia – plus more in our next edition of Jim Sez.

   

 

 

 

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