NFL Week 14 Picks
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Thursday night: Chiefs 21 Raiders 13
Steelers at Bills (Sunday 1pm)
Must win time for the Steelers. Bills blew a 15-point lead at Oakland last Sunday.
Cardinals at Dolphins (Sunday 1pm)
A battle of two teams just trying to hang on to the 2016 season.
Broncos at Titans (Sunday 1pm)
Who would've thought that the Titans would have the better offense in this one. Broncos won't know their QB until Saturday (Siemian or Lynch).
Redskins at Eagles (Sunday 1pm)
Both Jay Gruden and Doug Pederson were upset with the level their teams played at last week in losses. Who will respond?
Vikings at Jaguars (Sunday 1pm)
Is the end near for Gus Bradley in Jacksonville?
Texans at Colts (Sunday 1pm)
Two teams going in opposite directions for the top spot in the AFC South. Bet on the team trending North.
Chargers at Panthers (Sunday 1pm)
How lost are the Panthers? At least the Chargers can blame injuries for a sub-par season. College homecoming for QB Phillip Rivers.
Bengals at Browns (Sunday 1pm)
The streak ends here! RGIII returns to lead Cleveland to the promised land - win #1!
Bears at Lions (Sunday 1pm)
Big boy win last Sunday in New Orleans for the Lions, who have a brutal schedule ahead (Giants, Cowboys, Packers) to end the season.
Jets at 49ers (Sunday 4:05pm)
Miss this game at all costs!
Saints at Buccaneers (Sunday 4:25pm)
Give the Bucs credit, they're getting better week after week and are viable playoff contenders.
Falcons at Rams (Sunday 4:25pm)
Good thing the Rams can't score because the Falcons limp into this one with a banged up Julio Jones (turf toe) and no Mohamed Sanu.
Seahawks at Packers (Sunday 4:25pm)
The Seahawks seemed to found a running game again but how bad will the loss of Earl Thomas hurt the defense? The Packers seemed to have found a passing game again.
Cowboys at Giants (Sunday 8:30pm)
Revenge game from Opening Night for Dallas. Can Eli Manning do enough versus a team he seems to thrive against?
Ravens at Patriots (Sunday 8:30pm)
Let's be honest, these two teams simply don't like each other. The victor - America in what should be a very competitive and close game.