Depending on where you are in the world, there's money to be made on them there games...

Banker of the week: **Carolina** @ Kansas City (-3.0)

Yes, that's Banker with a B. Kansas City had one of their best games of the season last week against Peyton Manning's Broncos, but somehow they still only managed 9 points. They're a sorry team with no QB to speak of and Carolina have a respectable pass rush in Charles Johnson and Greg Hardy. The chances are that Carolina will win and easily, so take those odds and run, because I don't see any way the Chiefs get within 3 points after Carolina's first score.

Long shot of the week: Philadelphia @ Dallas

Fun fact: Dallas are awful at home, tend to get complacent and Philadelphia are 5.25 right now, with a generous 10 point spread at 1.90. That's a hell of a price considering how bad the Cowboys have been. Without their starting QB or RB because of injury the Eagles are rightly not favourites, but the Cowboys have been shocking at home and have injury problems of their own. I'm not saying to stick the house on this, just don't be surprised if this is an upset or if the Eagles make the game tighter than it should be on paper.

Tempting odds to avoid: Jacksonville @ Buffalo

Anyone who saw the Jags with Chad Henne in the game in the last two weeks knows that Jacksonville is capable of scoring points, whereas the Bills offence are as anaemic as the cast of Twilight right now, so at 3.20 the Jags may seem decent value to win outright at first glance.

Henne has won in Buffalo before (2009) and scored plenty of points, but one big issue is the weather, with snow possible on Sunday. If that's the case, then the Bills will be heavily favoured and rightly so as Henne has been awful when playing in the cold historically, while the Jags lost another starting RB in Jalen Parmele last week. Rashad Jennings didn't look explosive in his stead and without a run game, it could be difficult to win in the cold, so only put what you're willing to lose on the Jags, even if these two teams seem to be headed in opposite directions.