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I think the Giants can win this one outright on Sunday as we get a really motivated team under "new" leadership. Minnesota is wrapping up three straight on the road as the Vikings take on Carolina. As well as Minnesota has play, you have to wonder if this when all the travel takes its toll. As a matter of fact, the Vikings have played just one true home game dating back to their Week 8 trip to play Cleveland in London Oct.
The defense has been great especially against the run. The offense has not had a turnover the last three weeks. Carolina has won four of its last five. This offense is dealing with a lack of true weapons especially since Greg Olsen is still not completely over the foot injury that caused him to miss multiple games.
It's a concern that the usually strong Panthers defense has allowed 21 points or more in three straight, but at home this team is very good. They have covered nine of their last 12 games as an underdog with seven straight up wins.
I think there's some value here with the home dog. The Eagles have stayed on the West Coast all week and will take on a Rams team that has been a great story. Los Angeles has won two straight since getting "exposed" against Minnesota.
The run game has struggled and should continue to do so against an Eagles defense that is the best in the league in that category. There are stories about the Rams practicing with a silent count as Philadelphia fans are expected to show up in the Coliseum for this one. I think we get a really focused effort and a win from the road team who will be eager to fix what went wrong last week.
This is another situational play as the Seahawks have to fly east to play Jacksonville as part of a sandwich between a big home win over the Eagles and a huge home game against the Rams next week.
Russell Wilson has put himself right into the mix for the MVP award with his play, but the run game has been pretty stagnant. Jacksonville's secondary is fantastic and the front seven will get pressure on anyone. The key is if the Jags can keep Wilson in the pocket in the process.
Dede Westbrook is stepping up and playing like the team hoped when it drafted him. The Seahawks are not as good outside of Seattle. I think they lose this one. Render methods should be a pure function of props and state; triggering nested component updates from render is not allowed. If necessary, trigger nested updates in componentDidUpdate. Target container is not a DOM element. The node you're attempting to unmount was rendered by another copy of React.
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