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By JOANNE KORTH
Published November 13, 2005
THE HOT TICKET: St. Louis (4-4) at Seattle (6-2), 4:15 p.m.
THE SCOOP: The Seahawks and Rams have the league's top two offenses, respectively, which makes this NFC West showdown an old west shootout. The past six have been decided by an average of six points, including the Rams' 27-20 wild card win last season. Look for the Seahawks to pound the NFL's leading rusher, Shaun Alexander, and the Rams to air it out as quarterback Marc Bulger and receivers Tory Holt and Isaac Bruce return from injuries.
KORTH'S PICK: Seahawks 31, Rams 28
THE BUCS: Redskins (5-3) at Bucs (5-3), 4:15 p.m., Ch. 13
THE SCOOP: The Bucs will try to get rookie Cadillac Williams and the running game going against the Redskins, whose run defense ranks 21st in giving up 119.8 yards per game. But like most teams, Washington will crowd the line of scrimmage and throw a variety of blitzes at quarterback Chris Simms. Tampa Bay's top-ranked defense will need to shut down big-play receiver Santana Moss.
KORTH'S PICK: Redskins 17, Bucs 13
OTHER MATCHUPSChiefs (5-3) at Bills (3-5), 1 p.m.
THE SCOOP: Can't wait to see what renegade coach Dick Vermeil tries today.
KORTH'S PICK: Chiefs 21, Bills 20
49ers (2-6) at Bears (5-3) 1 p.m.
THE SCOOP: The Bears are after their fifth straight win. Go figure.
KORTH'S PICK: Bears 24, 49ers 6
Cardinals (2-6) at Lions (3-5) 1 p.m.
THE SCOOP: These teams should hold quarterback auditions during pregame.
KORTH'S PICK: Lions 17, Cardinals 10
Texans (1-7) at Colts (8-0), 1 p.m.
THE SCOOP: Halfway to undefeated, the Colts will show no mercy.
KORTH'S PICK: Colts 35, Texans 10
Ravens (2-6) at Jaguars (5-3), 1 p.m.
THE SCOOP: Kyle Boller is back. Yippee!
KORTH'S PICK: Jaguars 20, Ravens 10
Patriots (4-4) at Dolphins (3-5), 1 p.m., Ch. 10
THE SCOOP: So, when was the last time the Patriots had a losing record?
KORTH'S PICK: Dolphins 21, Patriots 13
Vikings (3-5) at Giants (6-2), 1 p.m., Ch. 13
THE SCOOP: Sorry, Brad. Vinny played well for one week, too.
KORTH'S PICK: Giants 28, Vikings 7
Jets (2-6) at Panthers (5-3), 4:05 p.m.
THE SCOOP: Brooks Bollinger, meet Julius Peppers.
KORTH'S PICK: Panthers 27, Jets 7
Broncos (6-2) at Raiders (3-5), 4:05 p.m.
THE SCOOP: On the hate scale, this one rates a 10.
KORTH'S PICK: Broncos 31, Raiders 24
Packers (1-7) at Falcons (6-2), 4:15 p.m.
THE SCOOP: A mismatch, but the league's most unpredictable quarterbacks up the fun factor.
KORTH'S PICK: Falcons 31, Packers 17
Browns (3-5) at Steelers (6-2), 8:30 p.m., ESPN
THE SCOOP: Even without Big Ben, the Steelers are too much for the Brownies.
KORTH'S PICK: Steelers 24, Browns 10
MNF: Cowboys (5-3) at Eagles (4-4).
BYE: Bengals, Chargers, Saints, Titans.
LAST WEEK: 10-4
The last time New England had a losing record in November was in 2000, when it was 2-7 after a Nov. 5 loss to Buffalo. Just wanted to see if you were paying attention.