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Steelers-Ravens :  Week 4 of the 2018 NFL season will feature a marquee Sunday Night Football game on Sunday, September 30, 2018 when the Baltimore Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ravens vs Steelers – Live NFL Football Game PC TV 2018 Kickoff is slated for 8:30 p.m. EST on NBC.

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The Ravens are led by head coach John Harbaugh, quarterback Joe Flacco, wide receiver Michael Crabtree and pass rusher Terrell Suggs. Baltimore comes into the game with a 2-1 record. The Ravens defeated the Broncos in Week 3.

The Steelers are led by head coach Mike Tomlin, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wide receiver Antonio Brown. Pittsburgh owns a 1-1-1 record, and is coming off a Week 3 win over the 49ers.

Here’s how our experts see the game playing out.

Darryl Slater: A great rivalry. The Steelers have struggled this season, but a big home win over the Ravens might be just what it takes to get Ben Roethlisberger and Co. completely back on the right track. Steelers 28, Ravens 17.

Ryan Dunleavy: Tie game. Two minutes to go. What else is new when these teams meet? It would help if the Steelers could turn to Le’Veon Bell in this situation. Advantage Ravens and kicker Justin Tucker. Ravens 16, Steelers 13.

Matthew Stypulkowski: The Steelers could sure use Le’Veon Bell for this AFC North battle, but Ben Roethlisberger will gut it out anyway. He’s riding high off a terrific Week 3 performance and is a proven winner. The Steelers start taking the poll position in this division here. Steelers 17, Ravens 14.

The NFL continues to heat up in Week 4 with the Steelers hosting the Ravens in an AFC North showdown this Sunday night. For this game and every other primetime contest, we’ll break down the sports betting lines and recommend where to place your bets at DraftKings Sportsbook and FanDuel Sportsbook.

This advice is also relevant for fantasy contests on sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel and can be helpful in seasonal fantasy leagues as well.

Keep an eye on injury news right up until kick off since things can change quickly in the NFL. Any player listed as questionable may see limited action or not suit up at all if they don’t respond well in warm-ups.

In the past, this has been a classic “Black and Blue” game between two hard-hitting AFC North rivals. That trend may continue, but recent results would indicate we’re in for more of a shootout.

Pittsburgh is one of three teams to cough up a QB1 result (in seasonal fantasy terms) in all three games to open the season.

The Steelers have allowed the second-most receiving YPG (111) to opposing top receivers with Joe Haden (hamstring) at less than full strength. Pittsburgh’s linebacking corps has struggled since losing Ryan Shazier last Week 13. In turn, the Steelers are coughing up 28.6 PPG over their last seven regular season contests.

Baltimore’s upgraded receiving corps now features shifty burner John Brown and red zone weapon Michael Crabtree. The duo is complementing each other well, with Crabtree leading the team in targets (26) and Brown ranking fourth in the NFL in air yards (457) on the season. Pittsburgh has already given up 15 pass plays of 20-plus yards, so Joe Flacco should take several shots downfield to Brown.

Then, Pittsburgh has been flamed by TEs this season. On that note, rookie Hayden Hurst (foot) might be able to make his season debut for the Ravens. Slot WR Willie Snead is less of a sure bet for production, since Pittsburgh slot CB Mike Hilton is playing much better than Haden and Artie Burns on the outside.

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Even prior to incorporating those new weapons, the Ravens’ offense was clicking. Baltimore has scored 27-plus points in six of eight games dating back to a Week 14 date at Pittsburgh in 2017, which ended as a 39-38 loss.

Pittsburgh ranks 22nd in DVOA rush defense this year and is vulnerable on the ground as well. Alex Collins is only averaging 3.4 YPC behind an offensive line that ranks 23rd in yards adjusted line yards, according to Football Outsiders. He’s losing goal line work to Javorius “Buck” Allen, who has scored in three straight games and drawn praise from HC John Harbaugh. Despite the Steelers’ weaknesses up front, Baltimore may continue to struggle on the ground in a physical matchup.

The Steelers have virtually abandoned the run, feeding James Conner just six carries in the first half while torching the Bucs secondary last Monday night. Baltimore ranks ninth in DVOA run defense and ranked ninth throughout the 2017 season, holding Pittsburgh to just 59 yards on 16 totes in their last meeting.

If both teams continue with their pass-heavy approach, the game should be extended and have a much better chance of hitting the Over (51 points).

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The most intriguing DFS play in this contest is Ben Roethlisberger. He has been a force at Heinz Field over the past few seasons and has shredded the Ravens secondary with 1,125 passing yards and 11 TDs over his last three home games against Baltimore.

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Ravens Steelers :  Week 4 of the 2018 NFL season will feature a marquee Sunday Night Football game on Sunday, September 30, 2018 when the Baltimore Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ravens vs Steelers – Live NFL Football Game PC TV 2018 Kickoff is slated for 8:30 p.m. EST on NBC.

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The Ravens are led by head coach John Harbaugh, quarterback Joe Flacco, wide receiver Michael Crabtree and pass rusher Terrell Suggs. Baltimore comes into the game with a 2-1 record. The Ravens defeated the Broncos in Week 3.

The Steelers are led by head coach Mike Tomlin, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wide receiver Antonio Brown. Pittsburgh owns a 1-1-1 record, and is coming off a Week 3 win over the 49ers.

Here’s how our experts see the game playing out.

Darryl Slater: A great rivalry. The Steelers have struggled this season, but a big home win over the Ravens might be just what it takes to get Ben Roethlisberger and Co. completely back on the right track. Steelers 28, Ravens 17.

Ryan Dunleavy: Tie game. Two minutes to go. What else is new when these teams meet? It would help if the Steelers could turn to Le’Veon Bell in this situation. Advantage Ravens and kicker Justin Tucker. Ravens 16, Steelers 13.

Matthew Stypulkowski: The Steelers could sure use Le’Veon Bell for this AFC North battle, but Ben Roethlisberger will gut it out anyway. He’s riding high off a terrific Week 3 performance and is a proven winner. The Steelers start taking the poll position in this division here. Steelers 17, Ravens 14.

The NFL continues to heat up in Week 4 with the Steelers hosting the Ravens in an AFC North showdown this Sunday night. For this game and every other primetime contest, we’ll break down the sports betting lines and recommend where to place your bets at DraftKings Sportsbook and FanDuel Sportsbook.

This advice is also relevant for fantasy contests on sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel and can be helpful in seasonal fantasy leagues as well.

Keep an eye on injury news right up until kick off since things can change quickly in the NFL. Any player listed as questionable may see limited action or not suit up at all if they don’t respond well in warm-ups.

In the past, this has been a classic “Black and Blue” game between two hard-hitting AFC North rivals. That trend may continue, but recent results would indicate we’re in for more of a shootout.

Pittsburgh is one of three teams to cough up a QB1 result (in seasonal fantasy terms) in all three games to open the season.

The Steelers have allowed the second-most receiving YPG (111) to opposing top receivers with Joe Haden (hamstring) at less than full strength. Pittsburgh’s linebacking corps has struggled since losing Ryan Shazier last Week 13. In turn, the Steelers are coughing up 28.6 PPG over their last seven regular season contests.

Baltimore’s upgraded receiving corps now features shifty burner John Brown and red zone weapon Michael Crabtree. The duo is complementing each other well, with Crabtree leading the team in targets (26) and Brown ranking fourth in the NFL in air yards (457) on the season. Pittsburgh has already given up 15 pass plays of 20-plus yards, so Joe Flacco should take several shots downfield to Brown.

Then, Pittsburgh has been flamed by TEs this season. On that note, rookie Hayden Hurst (foot) might be able to make his season debut for the Ravens. Slot WR Willie Snead is less of a sure bet for production, since Pittsburgh slot CB Mike Hilton is playing much better than Haden and Artie Burns on the outside.

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Even prior to incorporating those new weapons, the Ravens’ offense was clicking. Baltimore has scored 27-plus points in six of eight games dating back to a Week 14 date at Pittsburgh in 2017, which ended as a 39-38 loss.

Pittsburgh ranks 22nd in DVOA rush defense this year and is vulnerable on the ground as well. Alex Collins is only averaging 3.4 YPC behind an offensive line that ranks 23rd in yards adjusted line yards, according to Football Outsiders. He’s losing goal line work to Javorius “Buck” Allen, who has scored in three straight games and drawn praise from HC John Harbaugh. Despite the Steelers’ weaknesses up front, Baltimore may continue to struggle on the ground in a physical matchup.

The Steelers have virtually abandoned the run, feeding James Conner just six carries in the first half while torching the Bucs secondary last Monday night. Baltimore ranks ninth in DVOA run defense and ranked ninth throughout the 2017 season, holding Pittsburgh to just 59 yards on 16 totes in their last meeting.

If both teams continue with their pass-heavy approach, the game should be extended and have a much better chance of hitting the Over (51 points).

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The most intriguing DFS play in this contest is Ben Roethlisberger. He has been a force at Heinz Field over the past few seasons and has shredded the Ravens secondary with 1,125 passing yards and 11 TDs over his last three home games against Baltimore.

Ravens vs Steelers

Ravens vs Steelers :  Week 4 of the 2018 NFL season will feature a marquee Sunday Night Football game on Sunday, September 30, 2018 when the Baltimore Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ravens vs Steelers – Live NFL Football Game PC TV 2018 Kickoff is slated for 8:30 p.m. EST on NBC.

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The Ravens are led by head coach John Harbaugh, quarterback Joe Flacco, wide receiver Michael Crabtree and pass rusher Terrell Suggs. Baltimore comes into the game with a 2-1 record. The Ravens defeated the Broncos in Week 3.

The Steelers are led by head coach Mike Tomlin, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wide receiver Antonio Brown. Pittsburgh owns a 1-1-1 record, and is coming off a Week 3 win over the 49ers.

Here’s how our experts see the game playing out.

Darryl Slater: A great rivalry. The Steelers have struggled this season, but a big home win over the Ravens might be just what it takes to get Ben Roethlisberger and Co. completely back on the right track. Steelers 28, Ravens 17.

Ryan Dunleavy: Tie game. Two minutes to go. What else is new when these teams meet? It would help if the Steelers could turn to Le’Veon Bell in this situation. Advantage Ravens and kicker Justin Tucker. Ravens 16, Steelers 13.

Matthew Stypulkowski: The Steelers could sure use Le’Veon Bell for this AFC North battle, but Ben Roethlisberger will gut it out anyway. He’s riding high off a terrific Week 3 performance and is a proven winner. The Steelers start taking the poll position in this division here. Steelers 17, Ravens 14.

The NFL continues to heat up in Week 4 with the Steelers hosting the Ravens in an AFC North showdown this Sunday night. For this game and every other primetime contest, we’ll break down the sports betting lines and recommend where to place your bets at DraftKings Sportsbook and FanDuel Sportsbook.

This advice is also relevant for fantasy contests on sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel and can be helpful in seasonal fantasy leagues as well.

Keep an eye on injury news right up until kick off since things can change quickly in the NFL. Any player listed as questionable may see limited action or not suit up at all if they don’t respond well in warm-ups.

In the past, this has been a classic “Black and Blue” game between two hard-hitting AFC North rivals. That trend may continue, but recent results would indicate we’re in for more of a shootout.

Pittsburgh is one of three teams to cough up a QB1 result (in seasonal fantasy terms) in all three games to open the season.

The Steelers have allowed the second-most receiving YPG (111) to opposing top receivers with Joe Haden (hamstring) at less than full strength. Pittsburgh’s linebacking corps has struggled since losing Ryan Shazier last Week 13. In turn, the Steelers are coughing up 28.6 PPG over their last seven regular season contests.

Baltimore’s upgraded receiving corps now features shifty burner John Brown and red zone weapon Michael Crabtree. The duo is complementing each other well, with Crabtree leading the team in targets (26) and Brown ranking fourth in the NFL in air yards (457) on the season. Pittsburgh has already given up 15 pass plays of 20-plus yards, so Joe Flacco should take several shots downfield to Brown.

Then, Pittsburgh has been flamed by TEs this season. On that note, rookie Hayden Hurst (foot) might be able to make his season debut for the Ravens. Slot WR Willie Snead is less of a sure bet for production, since Pittsburgh slot CB Mike Hilton is playing much better than Haden and Artie Burns on the outside.

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Even prior to incorporating those new weapons, the Ravens’ offense was clicking. Baltimore has scored 27-plus points in six of eight games dating back to a Week 14 date at Pittsburgh in 2017, which ended as a 39-38 loss.

Pittsburgh ranks 22nd in DVOA rush defense this year and is vulnerable on the ground as well. Alex Collins is only averaging 3.4 YPC behind an offensive line that ranks 23rd in yards adjusted line yards, according to Football Outsiders. He’s losing goal line work to Javorius “Buck” Allen, who has scored in three straight games and drawn praise from HC John Harbaugh. Despite the Steelers’ weaknesses up front, Baltimore may continue to struggle on the ground in a physical matchup.

The Steelers have virtually abandoned the run, feeding James Conner just six carries in the first half while torching the Bucs secondary last Monday night. Baltimore ranks ninth in DVOA run defense and ranked ninth throughout the 2017 season, holding Pittsburgh to just 59 yards on 16 totes in their last meeting.

If both teams continue with their pass-heavy approach, the game should be extended and have a much better chance of hitting the Over (51 points).

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The most intriguing DFS play in this contest is Ben Roethlisberger. He has been a force at Heinz Field over the past few seasons and has shredded the Ravens secondary with 1,125 passing yards and 11 TDs over his last three home games against Baltimore.

 Raiders vs Browns

 Raiders vs Browns: The Oakland Raiders will look for their first win of the season Sunday when they host the resurgent Cleveland Browns at 4:05 p.m. ET. The Raiders are three-point favorites after the line opened at 2.5, while the over-under for total points scored is 45, up a half-point from the opener. Before you make any Browns vs. Raiders picks, you need to hear what SportsLine expert Mike Tierney has to say.

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Tierney is a national sportswriter whose work appears in The New York Times and Los Angeles Times. He is also one of SportsLine’s most successful handicappers in every sport. Tierney specializes in the NFL, and he is off to another hot start with his against the spread picks for SportsLine members. In fact, he’s winning them at an amazing 70 percent clip.

What’s more, he’s looking to build on an incredible record when it comes to these clubs. Over the past two seasons, Tierney boasts a record of 17-4 in games involving either the Browns or Raiders. Just last week, Tierney advised SportsLine members to support the moribund Browns, who went winless last season, against the Jets. Rookie Baker Mayfield came off the bench to lead Cleveland to a 21-17 victory, their first in 635 days, and those who followed Tierney’s selection cashed in another winner.

For Raiders vs. Browns, we can tell you Tierney leans toward the Over in this one, but his much stronger play is on the side. He has released a strong point-spread selection that is only available at SportsLine.

Tierney knows the tough-luck Browns made strides last week behind the regular-season debut of Baker Mayfield, the brash No. 1 overall pick whom many fans had clamored to see in the starting lineup on opening day. Mayfield went 17 of 23 for 201 yards in relief of the ineffective Tyrod Taylor and led two second-half touchdown drives to help Cleveland overcome a 14-0 deficit. Carlos Hyde, who ran for 98 yards, finished off the drives with a pair of 1-yard scores.

Mayfield’s emergence added some offensive punch to go along with what has been a stout defensive unit. The Browns (1-1-1) are allowing 19.7 points per game and are in the top 15 in most major statistical categories.

Even so, there’s no guarantee they can continue their momentum and cover against a Raiders club that is hoping to make a breakthrough of its own as it enters a new era.

The Raiders (0-3) are winless in the first year of their second stint under Jon Gruden, who signed a $100 million contract to return to coaching following nearly a decade away from the game. Oakland’s defense was impacted by the late trade of star linebacker Khalil Mack to Chicago and the offense has a shortage of explosive playmakers.

Still, the Raiders are a couple tough breaks away from being 2-1. They dominated most of the way against Denver before a late defensive letdown allowed the Broncos to set up the game-winning field goal in their 20-19 victory.

Last week against the Dolphins, Oakland similarly controlled the action most of the way, but the Raiders were felled by two turnovers and a defense that gave up two long scoring plays. The Dolphins managed a 28-20 win despite being out-gained 434-373 in total yardage and losing the time of possession battle by a 17-minute margin.

Tierney has unearthed the critical x-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-back. He’s only sharing at SportsLine.

Who wins Browns vs. Raiders? And what critical factor causes one side of the spread to hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see which side is a must-back Sunday, all from an accomplished analyst who is hitting 81 percent on picks involving these teams, and find out.

Browns vs Raiders

Browns vs Raiders: The Oakland Raiders will look for their first win of the season Sunday when they host the resurgent Cleveland Browns at 4:05 p.m. ET. The Raiders are three-point favorites after the line opened at 2.5, while the over-under for total points scored is 45, up a half-point from the opener. Before you make any Browns vs. Raiders picks, you need to hear what SportsLine expert Mike Tierney has to say.

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Tierney is a national sportswriter whose work appears in The New York Times and Los Angeles Times. He is also one of SportsLine’s most successful handicappers in every sport. Tierney specializes in the NFL, and he is off to another hot start with his against the spread picks for SportsLine members. In fact, he’s winning them at an amazing 70 percent clip.

What’s more, he’s looking to build on an incredible record when it comes to these clubs. Over the past two seasons, Tierney boasts a record of 17-4 in games involving either the Browns or Raiders. Just last week, Tierney advised SportsLine members to support the moribund Browns, who went winless last season, against the Jets. Rookie Baker Mayfield came off the bench to lead Cleveland to a 21-17 victory, their first in 635 days, and those who followed Tierney’s selection cashed in another winner.

For Raiders vs. Browns, we can tell you Tierney leans toward the Over in this one, but his much stronger play is on the side. He has released a strong point-spread selection that is only available at SportsLine.

Tierney knows the tough-luck Browns made strides last week behind the regular-season debut of Baker Mayfield, the brash No. 1 overall pick whom many fans had clamored to see in the starting lineup on opening day. Mayfield went 17 of 23 for 201 yards in relief of the ineffective Tyrod Taylor and led two second-half touchdown drives to help Cleveland overcome a 14-0 deficit. Carlos Hyde, who ran for 98 yards, finished off the drives with a pair of 1-yard scores.

Mayfield’s emergence added some offensive punch to go along with what has been a stout defensive unit. The Browns (1-1-1) are allowing 19.7 points per game and are in the top 15 in most major statistical categories.

Even so, there’s no guarantee they can continue their momentum and cover against a Raiders club that is hoping to make a breakthrough of its own as it enters a new era.

The Raiders (0-3) are winless in the first year of their second stint under Jon Gruden, who signed a $100 million contract to return to coaching following nearly a decade away from the game. Oakland’s defense was impacted by the late trade of star linebacker Khalil Mack to Chicago and the offense has a shortage of explosive playmakers.

Still, the Raiders are a couple tough breaks away from being 2-1. They dominated most of the way against Denver before a late defensive letdown allowed the Broncos to set up the game-winning field goal in their 20-19 victory.

Last week against the Dolphins, Oakland similarly controlled the action most of the way, but the Raiders were felled by two turnovers and a defense that gave up two long scoring plays. The Dolphins managed a 28-20 win despite being out-gained 434-373 in total yardage and losing the time of possession battle by a 17-minute margin.

Tierney has unearthed the critical x-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-back. He’s only sharing at SportsLine.

Who wins Browns vs. Raiders? And what critical factor causes one side of the spread to hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see which side is a must-back Sunday, all from an accomplished analyst who is hitting 81 percent on picks involving these teams, and find out.

Eagles vs Titans

Eagles vs Titans  :The Tennessee Titans host the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at Nissan Stadium. The Titans face a big challenge against the Eagles.Here are five keys for the Titans vs. the Eagles.

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Get Mariota in rhythm early. Mariota came off the bench for the first time since high school to lead the Titans to the win over the Jaguars last Sunday. Mariota had a good week of practice. He continues to improve each day from the elbow injury that he suffered in the season opener vs. the Miami Dolphins. The key for offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur on Sunday is give Mariota the opportunity to get in a rhythm early against the Eagles. Whether that’s some quick and easy access throws or starting the game in the hurry up. The LaFleur vs. Schwartz chess match will be one to watch on Sunday.

Get the running game unleashed. Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis needs to have good games on the ground for the Titans to have a chance against the Eagles. Henry was not happy with his effort vs. the Jaguars maintaining his performance was ‘trash play”.

Don’t be surprised if the Titans let Henry run some Wildcat against the Eagles. Henry looked good doing it vs. the Texans in Week 2. Going into Sunday’s matchup, the game sure seems like the perfect one for Dion Lewis. The Eagles enter with the No. 1 ranked defense against the run. The Titans will get a big boost with the return of right tackle Jack Conklin. It will mark his first action since suffering an ACL injury in the divisional playoff loss to the New England Patriots on January 13th. Look for Lewis to be heavily involved in the passing game for the Titans.

Wide receivers must step up. With the release of veteran Rishard Matthews on Thursday, the Titans are extremely young at the wide receiver position. That means it’s time for the young unit to step unit. All eyes will be on Corey Davis on Sunday. He’s had a couple of nice third down receptions in back to back weeks. He also had a nice stiff arm in a big third down reception vs. the Texans in Week 2. Davis is due for a break out game. Why not Sunday against the Eagles?

Get pressure on Wentz. Wentz was solid in his first action of the 2018 regular season in leading the Eagles to the win over the Colts. In that game, Wentz threw for 255 yards with a touchdown passing. He made a couple of off schedule throws which he’s become known for in his short time in the league. Look for the Titans to play some stunts upfront to try and confuse Wentz. Defensive coordinator Dean Pees will have to be creative with the pass rush. Look for him to send safety Kenny Vaccaro and cornerback Logan Ryan on timed blitzes on Sunday.

Win the third phase in special teams. Minus the kickoff return by the Miami Dolphins in the season opener, the Titans have won the battle of special teams in each of their two wins over the Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars. It’s paramount the Titans continue that trend on Sunday to have a chance of beating the Eagles. The Titans do enter Sunday’s game with some good news as veteran returner Darren Sproles is out for the Eagles. Look for Adoree’ Jackson to return to his role as punt returner.

Sunday’s matchup promises to be one of the better games on the day. Kickoff is set for 12 PM Central from Nissan Stadium.The game between the Minnesota Vikings and Los Angeles Rams was a slugfest in its own right between the two teams on the field, but the jabs were thrown in the stands too. TMZ Sports posted a video of one of the wildest fan fights that people have seen so far in the young NFL season.

A handful of fans were involved in an altercation at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Thursday night that saw a female fan get smacked in the face and a man get flung over four rows of seats. Punches were also thrown and beer is seen being flown around. The man who was hurled over the seats appears very fortunate to have not been more injured than he was.

Dolphins vs Patriots

Dolphins vs Patriots: When taking a peek at the division standings through the first three weeks of the 2018 NFL season, perhaps the most surprising thing you’ll see is at the top of the AFC East. Rather than the New England Patriots, you’ll see the Miami Dolphins. New England is 1-2 after dropping back-to-back games to the Jaguars and Lions, while the Dolphins are 3-0 after consecutive victories over the Titans, Jets, and Raiders.

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New England has gotten off to a slow start before and still come back to win the division. They’ve won the AFC East in 15 of the past 17 seasons, with the only exceptions being 2002 and 2008. In 2008, though, it was the Dolphins who took the division crown when Tom Brady was injured. That Miami team took the league completely by surprise with an innovative offense and one of the stingiest defenses in football.

Are we looking at a repeat of the same scenario 10 years later? Sunday’s AFC East showdown (1 p.m., CBS) could provide some answers. Here’s what to look out for when the Pats and Dolphins square off.

Let’s start here: little of what the Dolphins are doing offensively seems remotely sustainable, or even solely attributable to what their actual offense is doing. (Thingslook very cool schematically and they’re popping some big plays, but read on to see why there’s not as much under the hood as you might think.)

Miami ranks 23rd in yards and 31st in plays run so far in 2018. The Dolphins rank seventh in yards per play but they’re 28th in first downs, 28th in third-down conversion rate, and 25th in yards per drive. They’ve turned only 32.4 percent of their drives into points, 21st in the league. And despite all that, they have the 11th-most points in the NFL. What on earth is going on?

Well, they’re one of 14 teams with a defensive or special teams touchdown, having gotten a kick-return score from Jakeem Grant back in Week 1. So, that helps. But mostly, they’re benefitting from league-best field position, starting their average drive on the 35.4 yard line — nearly three yards closer to the end zone than any other team in the league and more than seven yards closer than the average NFL team. (Three yards might not seem like a lot but it’s equivalent to the difference between the team with the second-best field position and the team in ninth. It’s not nothing.) It’s also 2.5 yards closer than the league-best starting field position the Rams enjoyed last season.

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Ravens vs Steelers

Ravens vs Steelers: One of the NFL’s greatest rivalries is renewed on “Sunday Night Football” when the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Baltimore Ravens. Kickoff from Heinz Field is slated for 8:20 p.m. ET. Utilizing a high-powered offense, the Steelers have Super Bowlaspirations.

The Ravens, who have shown early season fireworks on both sides of the ball, have gotten huge lifts from under-the-radar players to put them atop the AFC North standings. The line has held steady with the Steelers as three-point home favorites. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, has inched down from 51 to 50.5.

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Before you make any Steelers vs. Ravens picks, check out what SportsLine’s advanced computer model has to say. Their proprietary computer model went 176-80 last season and beat over 95 percent of CBS Office Pool players in 2016 and ’17. It also performed better than 98 percent of experts tracked by NFLPickWatch.com during that span. Additionally, it went 48-34 on A-rated picks against the spread last season, and $100 bettors who followed it the past two seasons are up nearly $4,000.

It also nailed its two top-rated picks in Week 3, including the Ravens (-5.5) against the Broncos. It’s now 7-2 on top-rated picks this season, extending its run to 55-36.

Now, the computer has simulated Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh 10,000 times to produce strong picks against the spread and Over-Under. We can tell you it’s leaning toward the Under, but its bold point-spread pick that hits in well over 50 percent of simulations can be found only over at SportsLine.

The model has factored in Joe Flacco’s impressive start. Over his first three games, the veteran quarterback is completing 64 percent of his passes for 889 yards and six touchdowns. He has established an incredible rapport with a trio of receivers, including John Brown, the Ravens’ best vertical threat. He’s averaging 18.5 yards per catch and hit pay dirt twice.

And not surprisingly, Terrell Suggs is tops on the team in sacks. Now in his 16th season, the durable linebacker helped secure the win against Denver with 1.5 quarterback takedowns.

Just because the Ravens are atop the AFC North and have looked impressive thus far doesn’t mean they’ll keep it within a field goal on “Sunday Night Football.”

Now in his 15th season, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is starting to heat up. Against the Buccaneers, he was on fire, completing 79 percent of his passes for 353 yards and three touchdowns. For the season, he’s racked up 1,140 passing yards and seven scores. Running back James Conner has filled in exceptionally well in place of Le’Veon Bell, who is still holding out. Conner is averaging 71 ground yards per game and has 15 receptions for 139 yards and three scores.

Pittsburgh might boast the best wideout duo in the league with Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster. Brown has collected 210 receiving yards and two scores, while Smith-Schuster is among the NFL leaders in yardage with 356. His vertical burst is one of the league’s best, which allows him to blow by safeties in coverage.

Saints vs Giants

Saints vs Giants : Can the New York Giants get to 2-2 on Sunday and perhaps get themselves pointed toward being a legitimate playoff contender? Or, will they lose to the New Orleans Saints, fall to 1-3 and face a difficult climb? Here are today’s predictions from your Big Blue View staff writers.

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My rule coming in to the season was that I wasn’t going to pick the Giants to win until they showed me that they could. I saw some promising things against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and then they went out and never trailed against the Houston Texans after their first possession. I should be free to pick them to win.

The one constant with the Giants has been that once you think you have them figured out, you know what to expect, they will turn your expectations on their head.

This looks like a winable game and a great chance for the Giants’ to break the 30-point barrier. And we have a lot of smart people on this staff predicting just that.But I’m going to be like that one guy on The Price Is Right and guess $1.00.

This is a game in which anything can happen. The Saints defense could hit it’s stride and get healthy, the Giants could have an explosion of scoring.

The Giants’ have a narrow path to victory over the Saints. As good as Eli Manning was in Houston, Drew Brees has been that good all season long. The Cameron Jordan has the potential to wreck the Giants’ offensive plans, and the team will be without three of their best players in Olivier Vernon, Eli Apple, and Evan Engram.

But on the other hand, Brees is a different quarterback out in the elements, and the Giants will surely scheme to take away the quick timing passes upon which he has thrived.

I’ll say that the Giants pull off the win at home, but do so in a surprisingly low-scoring game.

This feels like a season-making kind of game to me. The Saints are a good, strike that, REALLY GOOD team with an incredible offense. The Giants offense hinted last week at what it can be. I think they will have to do more than hint at it this week or they will be 1-3 with a huge mountain to climb. I will choose to be optimistic about where the Giants will stand come Sunday night.

49ers vs Chargers

49ers vs Chargers: Just three games into the season, after a signing a $137 million contract in the offseason, the 49ers lost Jimmy Garoppolo for the year with a torn ACL. The loss of their franchise QB completely changes the outlook of their season as they now turn to C.J. Beathard for the remainder of the year. The Chargers have a good chance here at home to blow the 49ers out.

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You will find out just how important having a franchise QB is this season. The 49ers will have trouble winning more than a few games all season without Garoppolo. They likely will now be an underdog every week. The only exception could be when they are home against the Cardinals, but other than that, they will be underdogs. Beathard didn’t play that poorly when he had his chance last season before getting hurt and Garoppolo taking over, but he’s not a franchise QB. The 49ers got some tough luck here, and it happened on a play where Garoppolo should have just ran out of bounds instead of fighting for an extra yard.

The Chargers haven’t caught a lot of breaks early this season, but they should win this game pretty easily. Their two losses came to the two best teams in football right now. They didn’t play poorly in either, but they went up against two explosive offenses. With some winnable games coming up on their schedule, they can right back into the thick of things in the AFC. Philip Rivers continues to play well, and he’s getting help on the ground and in the passing attack from Austin Ekeler. Mix that with Mike Williams becoming a factor and the Chargers should put up a lot of points in Hollywood on Sunday.