Flow's NFL predictions: Week 14

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Flow's NFL predictions: Week 14
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Game 1: Steelers @ Brown(ies)

Although the Steelers are in a huge slump, I can't even begin to fathom them getting another upset loss to the likes of Cleveland. Cleveland showed heart in the last quarter against San Diego, and Pittsburgh has shown a lack of heart against weak opponents; but my instincts are still going with Black and Gold.

 

Game 2: Saints @ Falcons

Any super bowl team knows that you have to lose one if you want a chance; otherwise you will lose to some random team in the last second on a pass thrown to a guy that isn't even in the NFL anymore (Just ask New England). So for the Saints' sake they will lose to the Falcons in an upset.

 

Game 3: Broncos @ Colts

I'm saying the same thing as I did about the Saints and Falcons. The Broncos are struggling to keep up with the red-hot Chargers. There will be quite a bit of heart going into this game. Winning this one could gurantee Indy's homefield advantage, or get an even race for the surprisingly competitive AFC West race this season.

 

Game 4: Bills @ Chiefs

I don't even know if I want to pick this one. No need for discussion, I am going to pick the Bills in this one. Chiefs lack of running game + bad bills rushing defense 0 out. No play action today.

 

Game 5: Lions @ Ravens

If there is a just and loving god, the Lions will win another game this season. And to add to it, "Matthew Stafford is a Man." Just type that in on youtube.

 

Game 6: Dolphins @ Jaguars

This game is one that particularly interests me. Will the wildcat maintain Miam's close position in the AFC East? Or will the Jaguars keep their wild card hopes alive? I'm going with the Dolphins.

 

Game 7: Jets @ Buccanneers

Why wouldn't the Jets win this one? No offense to what is left of you few fans that started tagging along in their super bowl year; but the Bucs SUCK!

 

Game 8: Bengals @ Vikings

Alright, so Brett Favre just threw two pics in a game, and was showing signs of pain in his hand. Remember what happened last year when he was injured? That only adds to one of many other serious injuries the Vikings have. Oh noes. Bengals win another close one.

 

Game 9: Packers @ Bears

I honestly believe this Packers team has what it takes to steal the division away from Minnesota. The O-Line in Green Bay has been protecting Rodgers lately; and since then nothing is getting in their way. Green Bay for president.

 

Game 10: Panthers @ Patriots

Unfortunately the Patriots only know how to lose on the road. Patriots add another win to their already disgustingly good home record.

 

Game 11: Seahawks @ Texans

Every team in the AFC South is contending for a wild card spot. If the right teams win, and the right teams lose, the Texans or Titans are back in the hunt. Texans will keep their hopes alive.

 

Game 12: Redskins @ Raiders

Two teams that redeemed themselves late in the season. The Raiders seem to be a whole new team with Gradkowski in, and the Redskins have rejeuvenated their Offense. I'm picking the Raiders to win another.

 

Game 13: Rams @ Titans

The Titans may still be in the hunt, but they virtually have nothing to lose. They are going to run Chris Johnson all the way to the single-season record, distracting them from a well rounded game against the rams. JUST KIDDING. Titans get the win. CJ gets two touchdowns.

 

Game 14: Chargers @ Cowboys

The Chargers have already beaten the Eagles and the Giants. The Cowboys are struggling on offense and the Chargers are un-stoppable on offense. However I still think it will be close. Chargers win.

 

Game 15: Eagles @ Giants

DID YOU SEE WHAT THE EAGLES DID TO ATLANTA LAST WEEK? Eagles win, no question about it.

 

Game 16: Cardinals @ 49ers

The Cardinals look like nothing other than the same team that went to the super bowl last year, only better. Look for the amazing Cardinals secondary to shut down Alex smith. Cardinals in a blowout.

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