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Week 14 proved to be another subpar performance as we went 7-8-1. This has been a frustrating year, but there's still plenty of time to get close to the 65% or so we've hit at over the previous two seasons. Week 15 has some interesting matchups on the schedule, so we'll try to nail down some wagering winners with our predictions.
NFL Record Year-to-Date: 102-96-2
Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams -4.5
The Cardinals are overrated and won't move the ball here. Still, I'm not sure St. Louis does any better offensively. Take the underdog in this divisional rivalry game.
Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs -10.5
The Raiders won their Super Bowl by beating the 49ers last week. They are still awful. Look for the Chiefs to win by 20-plus, as Oakland regresses to the mean.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Baltimore Ravens -14
It's easy to forget that Baltimore's defense isn't very good, and Jacksonville has one of the top 10 defenses in the NFL. Take the underdog. This one could be an outright upset.
Pittsburgh Steelers -2 at Atlanta Falcons
Both teams should score at will because offenses are much stronger than the defenses are. Pittsburgh has more weapons. Go with them.
Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts -6.5
The Colts can't stop the run, and the Texans run the ball as well as anyone does. A late field goal decides this one. Take Houston.
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns -1.5
It's tough to know what to make of the Bengals, but I can't back Cleveland with a rookie quarterback making his first start. Take Cincinnati.
Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots -7.5
Miami didn't play well last week, but they're still capable of beating anyone in the NFL. The Dolphins are the right pick, and they have every chance to win outright.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers -3
It really doesn't matter who plays quarterback for the Panthers. Tampa Bay is below average on both sides of the ball. Take the home team.
Washington Redskins at New York Giants -6.5
The Redskins aren't playing well, but they are still the bet here. Don't trust New York because of their injuries.
Green Bay Packers -4.5 at Buffalo Bills
The Packers don't play well on the road, and are facing a very strong defense. Green Bay's defense isn't reliable, and I think we get a close game.
New York Jets -2 at Tennessee Titans
The Titans turn back to Jake Locker at quarterback, which is probably a good thing. New York makes no sense as a road favorite. I'll go against them every time when their favored on the road.
Denver Broncos -4 at San Diego Chargers
The Broncos have looked human in recent weeks, but their offense is getting healthy, and Julius Thomas will play. Take Denver as they regain their early season form.
Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions -8
The Vikings won't move the ball much, but I worry that Detroit could struggle a bit as well. Eight is a fair number, so I'll back the Lions because Minnesota can't cover Calvin Johnson.
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks -10
The 49ers have been horrendous of offense, and I don't see them scoring many points on Sunday. However, 10 is too many points for a fierce divisional rivalry. Take the underdog. This game could be surprisingly tight.
Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles -3.5
The Cowboys are looking for revenge after getting embarassed on Thanksgiving. I think they'll get it. Dallas wins outright, while exposing the Eagles' defense.
New Orleans Saints -3 at Chicago Bears
This has all the makings of a shootout. I can't see any of these bottom of the barrel defenses stopping the opposing offense, so take the home underdog to stick close.