QB Ben Roethlisberger (25-2-1 career mark vs. the Browns) and the Steelers averaged 33.2 points in their first five home games this season — coinciding with James Conner’s reasonable health.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson (3,552 total yards, 30 TDs) and the surging Ravens have averaged 37 points during their four-game winning streak.
Packers RB Aaron Jones (six-game average: 106 total yards, 0.5 TDs) should post robust numbers against the Titans — who have allowed the seventh-most rushing touchdowns to opposing backs.
All-world defensive tackle Aaron Donald and the Rams should have a field day against the anemic Jets, who are averaging only 10.7 points on the road this season.
QB Mitchell Trubisky and the 5-7 Bears are staring at a now-or-never challenge on Sunday, taking on a Texans defense which ranks in the bottom 13 for passing yards and passing TDs allowed.
Since Week 3, Titans RB Derrick Henry (NFL’s current rushing leader — 1,257 yards) has notched six outings of 100-plus yards rushing and 12 touchdowns.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has notched three-plus touchdowns in five straight games, with Green Bay averaging 29.2 points during this stretch.
Dating back to last year, wideout Chris Godwin and the Buccaneers have averaged 36.1 points in their last nine clashes with non-divisional foes.
JuJu Smith-Schuster (22 catches, 29 targets, 245 yards, 1 TD since Week 7) and the Steelers have collected 10 straight wins over the Bengals … by an average differential of 8.5 points.
As wideout D.J. Moore (33 catches, 622 yards, 3 TDs) can attest, four of the Panthers’ five losses involved a spread of merely eight or fewer points.