Wednesday, December 22, 2010

NFL PICKS - Week 16

Week 15 NFL Results: 10-6
NFL Results Season to Date: 116-91-13

Week 15 College Football Results: 0-0
College Football Results Season to Date: 32-30-2

Week 15 Mark My Words Results: 2-2
Mark My Words Results Season to Date: 31-34-3

Week 16 NFL Picks (winners in parentheses):

At Pittsburgh -15 Carolina (Pittsburgh)

Dallas -7 At Arizona (Dallas)

At Miami -3.5 Detroit (Detroit)
At Philadelphia -14 Minnesota (Philadelphia)
At Jacksonville -7 Washington (Washington)
At St. Louis -2 San Francisco (San Francisco)
At Tampa Bay -6 Seattle (Tampa Bay)
New England -9 At Buffalo (New England)
At Chicago -1 New York Jets (New York Jets)
Baltimore -3.5 At Cleveland (Baltimore)
At Kansas City -5 Tennessee (Tennessee)
Indianapolis -3 At Oakland (Indianapolis)
Houston -3 At Denver (Houston)
San Diego -7.5 At Cincinnati (Cincinnati)
At Green Bay -2.5 New York Giants (New York Giants)

At Atlanta -3 New Orleans (New Orleans)

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

New York Jets +1 over CHICAGO - I still think Chicago is a pretender. While I am not a believer in Mark Sanchez, I thinks the Jets corners should be able to neutralize Chicago's passing game. When all is said in done, the Jets are a better power cold weather team than the Bears, even though the Bears are playing at home.

Detroit +3.5 over MIAMI - It looks like Detroit will get quarterback Shaun Hill back from a broken finger, which should help an offense that managed to get the job done even with 3rd stringer Drew Stanton running the show over the past 3 weeks. Miami, who once ran the explosive "Wildcat Offense," no longer instills fear in their opponents.

New York Giants +2.5 over GREEN BAY - Green Bay and New York's defenses and passing games match up pretty evenly. While Green Bay has the home field advantage, they simply don't have the running game the Giants do to keep things balanced.

Tennessee +5 over KANSAS CITY - Kansas City is one of the most overrated teams in football. Now that Tennessee has quarterback Kerry Collins and receiver Kenny Britt back from injury, they are back to playing respectable football.

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