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2014 NFL Week 16 Predictions

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Tennessee Titans 2-12-0
Jacksonville Jaguars 2-12-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

Jaguars get the win because of home field advantage.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Whoever loses will pick second in the 2015 NFL Draft behind Tampa Bay most likely. Jacksonville plays much better at home when you consider they defeated the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants in Jacksonville at home.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Tennessee Titans will win Without Jake Locker or Zach Mettenberger I cannot think of reason why the Titans would win. Charlie Whitehurst got lucky last time these teams met in Tennessee.

Tennessee's pass defense is slightly better than Jacksonville's even with all the injuries they have on the secondary. The Titans rank 18th in pass defense while the Jaguars rank 21st in pass defense.

One reason why the Titans pass defense ranks so high is because of free safety Michael Griffin. Griffin has 101 total tackles, 3 sacks, 10 pass breakups, 2 interceptions, while displaying excellent man, zone, and press coverage all season in 2014. Griffin is playing like he deserves an extension.

Paul Posluszney is still out for the Jaguars at middle linebacker. Tennessee can win if Bishop Sankey gets 100 rushing yards. That will come down to how well Andy Levitre and Chance Warmack block on Thursday Night Football.

Why the Jacksonville Jaguars will win Besides the fact that the Titans have no quarterback play there are other variables that work in the Jaguars favor. Tennessee is banged up at offensive tackle as well with starters Michael Roos and Michael Oher both out with injuries. Brian Schwenke, your starting center is also out with an injury. Justin Hunter joined both starting offensive tackles on the injured reserved list. Kendall Wright also has a hand injury and is listed as questionable. Even if Wright plays, the hand injury may affect his ability to catch passes. One more thing to note is that Delanie Walker has a knee injury at tight end and will be a game time decision.

In addition to having no quarterback, offensive tackle, center, tight end, or wide receivers due to injuries, you also have a run defense that ranks 32nd in the NFL. That is correct, the Titans have allowed a league worst 139.6 rushing yards per game. What is even worse is that this team cannot get to the quarterback. Besides cornerback Jason McCourty, free safety Michael Griffin, and 3-4 right end Jurrell Casey the Titans defense is a complete joke.

Luke Joeckel has started all 14 games and played 4 games at right tackle before the Jaguars switched him back to left tackle following their bye week. Blake Bortles passing yards have improved a little each game since the Jaguars bye week and now some believe he is starting to come into his own late in the NFL season.

Blake Bortles threw a season high 336 passing yards. Like Jason said whoever wins this game would likely get the second pick in this draft.

Prediction: The Jaguars enter as a 3 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $145 dollars on Jacksonville. I think the Jaguars are a safe bet here.

Final Score Jaguars 20 Titans 3

Philadelphia Eagles 9-5-0
Washington Redskins 3-11-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

The Eagles almost came back and spoiled the win for the Cowboys. I think they’ll win out and end up winning the division.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Eagles are playing for a playoff spot. Redskins are not.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Philadelphia Eagles will win Mark Sanchez has a strong offensive line. Jason Peters and Lane Johnson know how to block at offensive tackle. Left guard Evan Mathis and center Jason Kelce should block effectively as well.

LeSean McCoy should run all over this defense. McCoy ranks 4th in rushing yards with 1,132 rushing yards.

Guys like Trent Cole, Connor Barwin, Vinny Curry, and Brandon Graham have to get to the quarterback if the Redskins expect to win. Cedric Thornton, Bennie Logan, and Fletcher Cox the 3-4 defensive ends should get by these mediocre Redskin guards.

Why the Washington Redskins will win Washington Redskins played well until the Robert Griffin III fumble. Philadelphia is 28th in pass defense.

DeSean Jackson and Jordan Reed are both healthy. Griffin has Jackson, Pierre Garcon, Jordan Reed, and Niles Paul. Alfred Morris is back at full health. I feel like Washington has enough playmakers to pull the upset. Without a strong offensive line, the Redskins are suspect to a defeat.

Prediction: The Eagls enter as a 9 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $410 dollars on Philadelphia. Washington pulls the upset this week.

Final Score Redskins 17 Eagles 14

San Diego Chargers 8-6-0
San Francisco 49ers 7-7-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

I think the 49ers have too many distractions in the locker to be able to really focus on the game.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

San Francisco could play spoiler. With the 49ers out of the playoff race, I like the Chargers on Saturday.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the San Diego Chargers will win King Dunlap and D.J. Fluker are both playing like left tackles giving Rivers time in the pocket. Which quarterback plays turnover free football will determine who wins?

Cornerbacks Brandon Flowers and Shareece Wright are both in contract years. With injuries on the front 7 these two have to step up in order to receive big pay days.

Why the San Francisco 49ers will win San Francisco has a healthy offensive line. San Diego like San Francisco has injuries on the front 7.

You look at the 49ers and they are 3rd in the NFL in pass defense and 8th in the NFL in run defense. San Francisco is also 3rd in the NFL in yards per game. The 49ers have had trouble getting pressure on the quarterback.

Both teams have injuries at running back. I think

Prediction: The 49ers enter as a 2.5 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $130 dollars on San Francisco. Both teams are injured at running back. Whichever team has a better running game will win.

Final Score Chargers 21 49ers 20

Baltimore Ravens 9-5-0
Houston Texans 7-7-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

Ravens are still very much in the hunt for the playoffs. I think they spoil the Texans playoff hopes at home this week.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

First Mallett and now Fitzpatrick. Tom Savage stunk and now the Texans may start Case Keenum or Thaddeus Lewis. Ravens win.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Baltimore Ravens will win Baltimore has an excellent pass rush with Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil. Suggs makes left tackles quiver in fear with 11 sacks while Dumervil leads the NFL with 17 sacks.

Not only do the Ravens have a quarterback in Joe Flacco they also have Justin Forsett in the backfield who has 1,128 rushing yards.

Why the Houston Texans will win Unless Houston pays former Texans head coach Gary Kubiak a severance package to tank this game, the Ravens will win on Sunday and go to 10-5.

Prediction: The Ravens enter as a 5.5 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $225 dollars on Baltimore. Take the Ravens it is an easy bet.

Final Score Ravens 30 Texans 13

Green Bay Packers 10-4-0
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-12-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

I think people will be surprised by how close this game ends up beings. The packers come away with a win but it’ll be a nail biter.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Packers win big as Green Bay dismantles Tampa Bay. As long as the Packers keep Gerald McCoy in check they cannot lose this game.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Green Bay Packers will win This offense is too stealth to lose two in a row on the road. Aaron Rodgers and company will take care of business in Tampa Bay.

Why the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will win Tampa Bay Buccaneers used to play the Packers twice a year in the NFC Central. I think the Buccaneers will play well enough to cover the spread. Guys like Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans can make this game exciting if they step up. Problem is this team will not blossom until they get the right quarterback.

Prediction: The Packers enter as a 10.5 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $570 dollars on Green Bay. Take Green Bay to win and Tampa Bay to cover the point spread.

Final Score Packers 27 Buccaneers 20

Kansas City Chiefs 8-6-0
Pittsburgh Steelers 9-5-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

Chiefs haven’t been themselves for a number of weeks now. Steelers are going to take advantage of that and being at home.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Steelers have been careless at home. Still this team is too good to lose to the Chiefs. I like Todd Haley as the former Chiefs head coach puts on a clinic against his former team.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Kansas City Chiefs will win Kansas City does a better job at sacking the quarterback than Pittsburgh. The Chiefs are second in the NFL in west passing yards per game.

Why the Pittsburgh Steelers will win Three playmakers on the offensive side of the ball include Ben Roethlisberger at quarterback with 4,415 passing yards, Le'veon Bell at running back with 1,278 rushing yards, and Antonio Brown at wide receiver with 1,498 receiving yards.

Prediction: The Steelers enter as a 3 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $155 dollars on Pittsburgh. I like the Steelers in this contest.

Final Score Steelers 20 Chiefs 14

Cleveland Browns 7-7-0
Carolina Panthers 5-8-1

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

What we saw from Johnny Manziel this week was a fluke. He is going to be good and I think he’ll start that this week against the Panthers. Manziel will throw for 2 touchdowns and run for another.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

I want to pick Cleveland, but I do not know if they will play hard. I will go with the Browns for now. To be honest I need to do more research on this game.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Cleveland Browns will win Johnny Manziel will throw his first passing touchdown. For some reason Manziel plays better on the road. That is how it was at Texas A&M and that is how it is in Cleveland so far.

Neither team has a reliable pass rush. Cleveland has the superior offensive line and the secondary. The fact that Jesse and Jason both picked the Browns has me thinking Cleveland might pull this off.

You also have to consider the Cam Newton injury. Will that injury from his car accident cost the Panthers the season.

Why the Carolina Panthers will win Regardless of whether Cam Newton or Derek Anderson plays I expect a two touchdown game from their quarterback. Anderson will play better because he will be motivated to beat his former team. Anderson already has 6 games played with 2 starts, 5 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. One more big game against Cleveland, and Anderson may convince someone he deserves one more chance as a starter.

Carolina can win if Greg Olsen and Kelvin Benjamin both exceed 100 receiving yards once again.

Middle linebacker Luke Kuechly leads the NFL with 138 tackles in 2014. Kuechly has 458 career tackles in his first three years in the NFL. If he keeps staying healthy he might pass Jessie Tuggle for most tackles in NFL history. Toggle played from 1987 to 2000 and had 1,640 total tackles in which is most in NFL history and greater than Ray Lewis who had 1,573 career tackles in his 16 seasons with the Ravens.

Prediction: The Panthers enter as a 4 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $195 dollars on Carolina. I like the Panthers.

Final Score Panthers 17 Browns 7

Detroit Lions 10-4-0
Chicago Bears 5-9-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

The Lions are tied with the Packers in the division and they’re going to be looking to take full advantage of that. They dominate the Bears in Chicago.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Detroit knows they need this win before week 17 if they expect to have any chance of winning the NFC North. Jay Cutler is a joke this year. Lions win.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Detroit Lions will win Detroit and Chicago are both stacked with playmakers at wide receiver. Chicago might do a better job running the football, but Matthew Stafford is the better quarterback. I think the Bears will keep this close, but I still like Detroit better.

Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate are both epic alone. Combine their abilities and you may have the most badass wide receiver tandem in the entire NFL.

The Lions also have the top run defense in the NFL only allowing 63.8 rushing yards per game. Unlike last time, the Lions will have a healthy Riley Reiff back at left tackle.

Why the Chicago Bears will win Chicago has a chance if they play turnover free football. I still think Detroit is too good to lose this game.

Prediction: The Lions enter as a 7 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $285 dollars on Detroit. I like Detroit to win and Chicago to cover.

Final Score Lions 31 Bears 27

Minnesota Vikings 6-8-0
Miami Dolphins 7-7-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

Dolphins keep playoff hopes alive by getting the win at home against the Vikings.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Miami still has a shot at the playoffs. Minnesota doesn't.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Minnesota Vikings will win Last week they led Detroit for much of the game. What was even more impressive is that guys like defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, right outside linebacker Anthony Barr, and strong safety Robert Blanton all missed this contest with an injury. If these guys play, then the Vikings have a chance.

Everson Griffin has to get to the quarterback in order for the Vikings to win. With Branden Albert out at left tackle, I could see Griffin having a big day. Defensive tackle Lineal Joseph and left end Brian Robison did not practice this week and it will really come down to whether Griffin can make plays happen without this defensive line at 100 percent.

Miami is depleted at safety. If Kyle Rudolph has a Rob Gronkowski like game, then Minnesota may pull the upset.

Why the Miami Dolphins will win With Phil Loadholt and Brandon Fusco out at right guard and right tackle, Cameron Wake should have no problems getting to Teddy Bridgewater at left end. Right end Oliver Vernon is nice matchup for Matt Kalil who has struggled this season in Norv Turner's offense after two strong seasons in the NFL.

Miami has a 3 wide receiver set like the Denver Broncos with Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, and rookie Jarvis Landry. I like this tandem against a Vikings team that only has Captain Munnerlyn and Xavier Rhodes at cornerback when healthy. Minnesota may have the sixth best pass defense in the NFL. Miami has too much depth on offense at wide receiver.

Prediction: The Dolphins enter as a 6.5 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $275 dollars on Miami. I think the Dolphins win, but it will be closer than the experts think as Minnesota covers in a defensive game.

Final Score Dolphins 17 Vikings 13

Atlanta Falcons 5-9-0
New Orleans Saints 6-8-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

The Saints will pretty much clinch the division this week with a win over the Falcons. I expect them to make some noise once they get into the playoffs too.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

This feels like a toss up. Give me New Orleans.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Atlanta Falcons will win Both of these teams have an abundance of offense and lousy defense. Neither pass defense or run defense ranks in the top 20 and both of these teams have two of the worst defenses in the NFL.

Despite being 5-0
One bright spot on defense is middle linebacker. Both Paul Worrilow and Curtis Lofton both rank in the top 5 in total tackles. Whether Worrilow or Lofton records more total tackles will probably decide this game.

Julio Jones missed week 15 with a knee injury. If Jones plays that could work in Atlanta’s favor as they play the Panthers for the NFC South Championship game in week 17. If Jones is inactive, then we will see the Saints dominating.

Why the New Orleans Saints will win The Saints rank 8th in rushing yards and 3rd in passing yards. Drew Brees 4,358 passing yards bests Matt Ryan's 4,112 passing yards.

This offensive line features Terron Armstead at left tackle, Ben Grubbs at left guard, Jonathan Goodwin at center, Jahri Evans at right guard, and Zach Streif at right tackle. Atlanta does not have anyone that can pressure Brees.

Prediction: The Saints enter as a 6 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $260 dollars on New Orleans. Like the week 1 matchup this game goes to overtime. I like the Falcons once again.

Final Score Falcons 34 Saints 28 OT

New England Patriots 11-3-0
New York Jets 3-11-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

Rex Ryan does a good job of having Tom Brady’s number when it comes to their yearly matchup’s. Because of that I’m saying this will be a close game but Patriots get the win.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Patriots dominate the Jets to hold on to home field.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the New England Patriots will win New England will win. Tom Brady and the Patriots know what is on the line.

Why the New York Jets will win Jets will compete. They beat the Steelers at home and came close to defeating the Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Still Pats find a way to win.

Prediction: The Patriots enter this game as a 10 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $550 dollars on New England. Patriots win and the Jets cover the points.

Final Score Patriots 24 Jets 17

New York Giants 5-9-0
St. Louis Rams 6-8-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

The Rams are still playing really scrappy despite being out of the playoff chase. That’s why they win this week.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Easy got to go with the Rams here.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the New York Giants will win New York has won 2 in a row since starting the season 3-9. If they win out, Tom Coughlin might save his job.

Why the St. Louis Rams will win The Rams are loaded with starter and backup defensive linemen that would be starting defensive linemen on any other team. Same could be said for a lethal secondary with lots of depth. The Rams have an edge cause of their defense.

This offensive line looked sluggish last Thursday when Larry Foote got by Greg Robinson and Roger Saffold. Jason Pierre Paul might have a big game too. At the same time I can see Tre Mason getting 100 rushing yards on the ground this Sunday.

Prediction: The Rams enter as a 5 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $220 dollars on St. Louis. I like New York this week.

Final Score Giants 14 Rams 10

Indianapolis Colts 10-4-0
Dallas Cowboys 10-4-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

The Colts get the win in Jerry world. The Cowboys don’t play good at home and Demarco Murray won’t be at 100%.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

The Colts know they will likely play a wild card game. I don't think they care about this game as much as the Dallas Cowboys. I like Dallas with or without DeMarco Murray.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Indianapolis Colts will win Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck leads the NFL with 4,492 passing yards. He has a decent chance of eclipsing 5,000 passing yards. Besides Ben Roethlisberger you really cannot make that argument about any other quarterback.

Luck has his supporting cast back at full health. Wide receivers T.Y. Hilton, Reggie Wayne, Hakeem Nicks, and Donte Moncrief all know how to get open and make plays. It does not matter who gets the ball as long as Luck gets these guys open. He also has tight ends Coby Fleener and Dwayne Allen both back at full health while this offensive line continues to block effectively at offensive tackle. Anthony Costanzo and Gosder Cherillus both continue to provide time in the pocket for Luck at offensive tackle.

Dallas will not be at 100% on offense like Jesse said. It is not just DeMarco Murray. Right tackle Doug Free and right guard Zack Martin sat out of practice on Wednesday with injuries. Dallas has been very cautious about there offensive linemen. Basically Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick will be the only offensive linemen at 100 percent this week. That is one reason to pick the Colts.

You look at the next best player on this offense after Murray, and you have to think Dez Bryant. Vontae Davis is capable of playing 1-on-1 against Dez. If the Colts put Toler on Bryant they need to double-team Dez on every play by putting a safety on him and then having the other safety cover Jason Witten while Davis plays 1-on-1 with Terrence Williams.

I think you should start out with Davis on Bryant and then have the strong safety cover Witten if Witten comes his way and the same could be said for the free safety. Then you can put Toler against Williams and use the safeties to double team either Witten or Bryant. If Dallas brings out two tight ends you can have each safety go up against Witten or Gavin Escobar.

Why the Dallas Cowboys will win Dallas does better on the road. I can see Dallas winning this at home too though since Jason pointed out how the Cowboys need this win more.

Prediction: The Cowboys enter as a 3 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $150 dollars on Dallas. Andrew Luck has not defeated an elite quarterback this season. Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Ben Roethlisberger all had his number, and Luck even struggled in some contests early in the game because of interceptions or bad choices on the opening drives. I still like the Colts.

Final Score Colts 34 Cowboys 24

Buffalo Bills 8-6-0
Oakland Raiders 2-12-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

Bills looked good against the Pack last week. I expect more of the same this week as they look for a playoff birth.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Bills hold on to playoff chances winning in Oakland.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Buffalo Bills will win The 8 defensive linemen on the Bills defense have a combined total of 43 sacks combined. Starting right end Jerry Hughes has 9.5 sacks, starting left end Mario Williams has 13 sacks while getting some hurries at right end, and defensive tackle Marcel Dareus has 10 sacks. Buffalo is also 9th in run defense and 5th in pass defense.

Buffalo recently moved Stephon Gilmore from the boundary cornerback position to the field cornerback position. It is about damn time. Gilmore should have been covering #1 receivers during his rookie season as he was a clear upgrade over guys like Aaron Williams and Leodis McKelvin. Good job Buffalo.

Since switching Gilmore to field cornerback in December, Buffalo has 2 games where they kept both Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers from firing passing touchdowns. If Buffalo had a competent offense this would be a possible Super Bowl team.

Buffalo deserves to play the Patriots for a potential wild card spot should they win. They are 8-6 and will go to 9-6 with a win.

Why the Oakland Raiders will win Oakland is at home. The Raiders play better at home and might play spoiler against the Bills.

Prediction: The Bills enter as a 6 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $245 on Buffalo. Bills win by a field goal as the Raiders cover the spread.

Final Score Bills 20 Raiders 17

Seattle Seahawks 10-4-0
Arizona Cardinals 11-3-0

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

*Upset Alert* This is one of my two upsets this week. The Cardinals are going to stun the Seahawks with a win at home.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

Speaking of QB issues, the Cardinals are in trouble. Nobody is hotter than Seattle right now and they will feast on Ryan Lindley despite being a tough road game. The Cards have not lost at home yet this year but that probably changes.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Seattle Seahawks will win Seattle has their team at full health. The defending Super Bowl Champions have a deadly offense with Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson. You also have the #1 pass defense playing hot at the right time.

Arizona has Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton out. They are starting Ryan Lindley and may give Logan Thomas some glimpses. There was talk they signed Tim Tebow as a third stringer, it turns out that was a made up sports story which is really a shame. The Cardinals are so depleted at quarterback we have to fool the public into thinking they have a chance just by bringing up Tebow.

Why the Arizona Cardinals will win Arizona is unbeaten at home. They found a way to win on the road against the Rams without Carson Palmer. Still, I want to see Arizona beat someone like Seattle at home. If the Cardinals fail to do this, they do not deserve home field in the NFC.

Prediction: The Seahawks enter as a 8 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $365 dollars on Seattle. Take the Seahawks to sweep the Cardinals.

Final Score Seahawks 34 Cardinals 3

Denver Broncos 11-3-0
Cincinnati Bengals 9-4-1

Jesse Lucas’ Pick

Broncos DT Terrance Knighton said today they are going to beat the Patriots and win the Super Bowl. Sounds like someone is looking ahead just a little bit. You know what happens when you start looking too far ahead? YOU LOSE EASY GAMES. Bengals will upset the Broncos. *Bold Prediction Alert* This loss will end up taking the Broncos out of the #2 seed and into the #3.

Jason Bantle’s Pick

I like the Broncos over my Bengals bc we can't win on national tv.

Chris Ransom’s Pick

Why the Denver Broncos will win Denver has the best offense in the NFL and probably has the best chance of beating the Patriots. I know Denver wins so they can maintain their odds of getting home field.

Why the Cincinnati Bengals will win The Bengals cannot win in primetime like Jason said. They lost to the Patriots and the Browns in primetime this season.

Prediction: The Broncos enter as a 3.5 point favorite. The average gambler is betting $160 dollars on Denver. This means the Broncos will win in a blowout. Most people are really passive on Denver after Manning's last two weeks. I like the Broncos big.

Final Score Broncos 34 Bengals 17

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