NFL Picks, Predictions, and Odds: Week 15
The NFL season has now almost passed us by; it seems like Week One was just yesterday. The Colts' perfect season stayed alive as they beat the Jaguars Thursday night and there are still many games to be played for Week 15 of the NFL season.
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New England vs. Buffalo
The Patriots have been far from themselves lately. They got by the Panthers last weekend, but before that, they lost to the Dolphins and didn’t even put up a fight against the Saints. The Brady-to-Moss connection has taken quite a hit recently and is a shell of its former self.
The Bills are still pretty bad, but they could play the Patriots close. The oddsmakers have the Patriots favored by seven points on the road.
Arizona vs. Detroit
After beating down the Vikings the previous week, the Cardinals got killed by the 49ers last week. This league is crazy like that; you never really know what to expect. The Cardinals are clearly the better team in this one, but you never know when the Lions will show up and play ball.
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San Francisco vs. Philadelphia
The Eagles are a very talented team with some very skilled players. DeSean Jackson is one of the most dynamic players the league has ever seen. He tied an NFL record last week for the most touchdowns over 50 yards in a season.
The Niners don't really have anyone that can match up with him, so he just might break the record this week. The oddsmakers have the Eagles favored by eight points at home Sunday.
Chicago vs. Baltimore
The Ravens just came off a beatdown of massive proportions over the Lions last week; this week they get the lowly Bears, who have been pretty bad this year.
They can’t run the ball with Forte and definitely can’t pass the ball with Cutler at the wheel. Their defense has lost its bite and the Ravens are probably going to be too much for them. The oddsmakers have the Ravens favored by 11 points at home against the Bears.
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