NFL Picks - Week 15

Week 15 is here for the NFL and we've got your winners!

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Buccaneers at Rams (Thursday 8:25pm)
Two future, emerging NFC playoff teams in the mix here? Could be the Rams final home game in St.Louis.
Winner: Rams

Jets at Cowboys (Saturday 8:25pm)
The biggest question is how are the Cowboys going to score here and how frustrated will Dez Bryant be with Darrelle Revis? 
Winner: Jets

Chiefs at Ravens (Sunday 1pm)
Imagine where the Chiefs would be with the first six weeks of the season. 
Winner: Chiefs

Texans at Colts (Sunday 1pm)
The Texans have NEVER won in Indy.  It could be QB TJ Yates that takes them to sole possession of 1st place in the AFC South in this battle of backup QB's. 
Winner: Texans

Falcons at Jaguars (Sunday 1pm)
It started so promising for Atlanta at 5-0.  They've won just once since and could stay that way against a Jags team that suddenly is in the AFC South race. 
Winner: Jaguars

Bears at Vikings (Sunday 1pm)
Can the Vikes right the ship after back-to-back losses to playoff teams (Seattle, Arizona)? The Bears will settle for no late game FG's after missing potential victories on Robbie Gould's foot the past two weeks.
Winner: Vikings

Titans at Patriots (Sunday 1pm)
The injuries keep mounting for NE (Blount, McCourty, Freeny this week) but it shouldn't matter against the Titans. 
Winner: Patriots

Panthers at Giants (Sunday 1pm)
The G-Men have been in this situation before - at home against an undefeated team in December. OBJ vs. Josh Norman will decide this one. 
Winner: Giants

Bills at Redskins (Sunday 1pm)
The Bills have owned Washington in the regular season.  It's not much, but it's a fact.  It also won't matter here.
Winner: Redskins

Packers at Raiders (Sunday 4:05pm)
UPSET ALERT - we told you to watch off for Oakland in Denver last Sunday. Khalil Mack is a man possessed. But Aaron Rodgers is not Brock Osweiler.
Winner: Packers

Browns at Seahawks (Sunday 4:05pm)
Johnny Football meet the Legion of Boom (even if they are downgraded this season). 
Winner: Seahawks

Broncos at Steelers (Sunday 4:25pm)
Denver's defense is good, but even it will have issues with the Steelers, who average more than 30+ a game. The question, after 4 FG's in the loss to Oakland, is can Brock Osweiler put the Broncos into the end zone? 
Winner: Steelers

Dolphins at Chargers (Sunday 4:25pm)
Just call this the Underachiever Bowl. 
Winner: Chargers

Bengals at 49ers (Sunday 4:25pm)
With Andy Dalton and Tyler Eifert, easy win for the Bengals. Now without them, it'll be much tougher. 
Winner: Bengals

Cardinals at Eagles (Sunday 8:30pm)
Remember when it was over for Chip Kelly and the Eagles? Wins over the Patriots and Bills make this interesting. Arizona is 4-0 in primetime in 2015.
Winner: Cardinals

Lions at Saints (Monday 8:30pm)
This matchup used to mean first round NFC Playoff action.  Now, it's just running out the string with two coaches (and QB's) who could be elsewhere in 2016. 
Winner: Saints