NFL Picks Week 15: Winners You Can't Go Wrong with

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NFL Picks Week 15: Winners You Can't Go Wrong with
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Week 15 of the NFL season is one of the toughest times of the year to find good value and select guaranteed locks to win.

The lines are incredibly tight because bookmakers have already seen the teams, as they are currently built, since preseason and up through 14 games now.

Everyone knows exactly what can be expected from each team when it steps on the field.

Fortunately, that can also work in your favorite as a gambler.

Here are some teams that are guaranteed to win, cover the spread this Sunday and get you paid.

New York Giants (-7) vs. Washington Redskins

The results of this game will actually be linked with the Giants-Cowboys contest from last week.

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Had the G-Men lost, they would be looking at a lost season and have no momentum going into this match.

Instead, they are favorites to win the NFC East and should handily cruise by the ‘Skins by at least one touchdown.

Seattle Seahawks (+3.5) at Chicago Bears

Seattle has won four out of its last five and is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

The Seahawks are also in playoff contention at 6-7 and would do themselves a huge favor by beating the Bears this week.

Chicago has dropped its last three and is falling out of the postseason picture without Jay Cutler and Matt Forte healthy.

New York Jets (+3) at Philadelphia Eagles

Every time the Philadelphia Eagles are favorites, bet against them on the moneyline.

They are 3-7 as favorites this season and 1-5 as a home favorite against the spread.

That simply isn’t a team that deserves to ever be a favorite and you could certainly get worse odds betting against an overrated group of “superstars.”

No way they beat the postseason-bound Jets in an important, late-December game. 

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