Wednesday, December 15, 2010

NFL PICKS - Week 15

Week 14 NFL Results: 6-10
NFL Results Season to Date: 106-85-13

Week 14 College Football Results: 0-0
College Football Results Season to Date: 32-30-2

Week 14 Mark My Words Results: 2-2
Mark My Words Results Season to Date: 29-32-3

Week 15 NFL Picks (winners in parentheses):

At San Diego -8.5 San Francisco (San Diego)

At St. Louis -1.5 Kansas City (Kansas City)
Houston -1.5 At Tennessee (Tennessee)
At Indianapolis -5 Jacksonville (Jacksonville)
At Carolina -3 Arizona (Arizona)
Cleveland -1.5 At Cincinnati (Cleveland)
At Miami -5.5 Buffalo (Buffalo)
At New York Giants -3 Philadelphia (Philadelphia)
At Dallas -6 Washington (Dallas)
At Tampa Bay -6 Detroit (Detroit)
At Baltimore -2 New Orleans (New Orleans)
Atlanta -6.5 At Seattle (Atlanta)
At Pittsburgh -6 New York Jets (New York Jets)
At Oakland -6.5 Denver (Oakland)
At New England -11 Green Bay (New England)

Chicago -6 At Minnesota (Chicago)

Mark My Words - Here are the pro and college lines that I would put money on, and why:

Chicago -6 over MINNESOTA - This game will be moved to the University of Minnesota's outdoor stadium after the the Metrodome's roof collapsed during the blizzard that recently hit Minnesota. While Chicago's finesse offense does not make them an ideal cold weather team, they are better suited to play outside than the Vikings even if a raucous crowd shows up for a long awaited outdoor venue. Couple that with the fact that Minnesota is down to 3rd string quarterback Joe Webb, I like da Bears in this one as they pursue the NFC North division crown.

Detroit +6 over TAMPA BAY - It looks more and more like Detroit will get quarterback Shaun Hill back from a broken finger, which would be key going against a Tampa Bay defense that has been ravaged by a series of season ending injuries to almost half of their starters in recent weeks. The "Suh Line" (Detroit's DL lead by rookie DT Ndamukong Suh) should also feast against an offensive line that has lost startering G Davin Joseph and C Jeff Faine to injured reserve.

New York Orleans +2 over BALTIMORE - While Baltimore is a tough team to play on the road, New Orleans has been playing as good of football as any team in the NFL over the past month.

Cleveland -1.5 over CINCINNATI - With frustrations mounting over a 2-11 record, the Bengals are imploding. Look for the Bengals to emotionally quit once their rivals from the north establish their power running game with Peyton Hillis in what is expected to be frigid conditions.

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