The NFL has its version of Trick or Treat during Halloween.
Nothing rivals the treat of watching the teams battle it out on the field come Sunday and Monday.
Meanwhile, the trick goes to teams that might face the frightening reality of losing big.
The horror of losing big is imminent, and everyone except the players knows the beatdown that will happen.
Talk about something scary, here are the NFL matchups that might bring carnage on the scoreboard.
3. Miami Dolphins
These two AFC East teams met early in the season, with the Buffalo Bills shutting down the Dolphins, 35-0.
Even with Tua, the Dolphins are no match to the Bills.
They have too many issues on both sides of the ball, especially on defense.
Feel for Tua
Once again played a really good football game outside of 1 decision (2nd INT) and again made some clutch throws@MiamiDolphins OL is still below avg and they have 0 run game but he’s played good football this season.
— Dan Orlovsky (@danorlovsky7) October 28, 2021
Worse, the Bills will vent their frustration on Miami after their bitter defeat against the Tennessee Titans.
Josh Allen will lead the NFL’s second-best offense against the league’s second-worst defense.
What’s spookier for the Dolphins is that they are playing this game on the road.
The Bills also rank first in points allowed at 16.3 points per game.
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) October 27, 2021
If they didn’t score at home against Buffalo, what more at the Bills’ home turf?
Is there a negative score to accurately reflect the Dolphins’ performance?
Sean McDermott’s crew will win this game by at least two touchdowns, or something’s wrong.
2. Houston Texans
Surprisingly, the Los Angeles Rams went through a tough battle against the Detroit Lions at home.
Matthew Stafford didn’t have his 400 passing yards against his former team, but they won anyway.
At least the Lions looked organized in that match, which is something the Houston Texans aren’t.
It’s like they placed 11 individuals on the field simultaneously without being on the same page.
— Amy Trask (@AmyTrask) October 28, 2021
In their last game, the Texans scored the first five points.
That was all they wrote as the Arizona Cardinals crushed them with 31 unanswered points.
Their 13.9 points per game are second-worst in the league after the New York Jets.
In contrast, they give up 29 points per game, the fifth-worst in the NFL.
— Pat McAfee Show Quotes (@Patmcafeequotes) October 28, 2021
This game is where Stafford can achieve his 400-yard match without breaking a sweat.
1. New York Jets
The Cincinnati Bengals are on a roll after their 41-17 domination of the Baltimore Ravens.
Joe Burrow is looking like a franchise quarterback, while Ja’Marr Chase is a one-of-a-kind talent.
Got Ja'Marr a new trophy case. pic.twitter.com/1dUimJVQes
— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) October 29, 2021
Come to think of it, the Bengals could be undefeated if they found four more points against the Chicago Bears and if Evan McPherson converted one of his field-goal attempts against the Green Bay Packers.
But those games are part of history, and the Bengals look to stretch their win streak to three games.
Standing in their way are the Jets without Zach Wilson.
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) October 28, 2021
Therefore, how much resistance can they offer against a soaring team like Cincinnati?
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