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NFL Week 12 Picks and Predictions
Updated: September 2020



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It’s an AFC South showdown in Houston when the Texans welcome the Colts. Both teams are 6-4 and Thursday night’s winner will take control of the division lead. Indianapolis has won the last three straight against the Texans as well as the last three games played in Houston. The Colts beat Houston last December and then again in January in an AFC wild card game. Indy ran for 264 yards last week and Jacoby Brissett was back at quarterback… Indianapolis 22, Houston 19


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The Falcons played their best game of the season last week sacking Carolina QB Kyle Allen five times and picking him off four more. If that same defense shows up against Tampa Bay, look out. The Bucs had four turnovers and a measly 36 yards rushing in a loss to New Orleans. Atlanta has won two straight against NFC South Division opponents. Make it a clean sweep… Atlanta 27, Tampa Bay 17


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Denver led Minnesota last week 23-7 before giving up 20 fourth-quarter points to fall to 3-7 on the season. Now, they face one of the league’s better defenses in the cold of Buffalo. The Bills got three touchdown passes from QB Josh Allen in a win over Miami, the Bill’s seventh of the season. This is a game Buffalo should win and needs to win to keep an eye on the team’s first postseason berth in over a decade… Buffalo 21, Denver 17 Sportsbook
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The Panthers’ playoff hopes likely went down the drain with consecutive losses to Green Bay and Atlanta last week. Now, they must travel to New Orleans for another NFC South battle. The Saints have won four of the last five, but the last Carolina win was just last December in New Orleans. With Kyle Allen at quarterback (four INTs, five sacks last week), look for the Saints to dominate at home… New Orleans 33, Carolina 27


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Don’t look now, but the Oakland Raiders are 6-4 and tied with the Chiefs for the AFC West lead. RB Josh Jacobs is the leading candidate for Rookie of the Year and Oakland’s next opponent, the Jets, is not very good. New York is coming off a win over Washington, but remember the Redskins are just 1-9. Oakland has trouble on the road – the Raiders are just 1-3 – but the Jets just aren’t that good… Oakland 23, NY Jets 16


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The Seahawks had a week off to prepare for Philadelphia, which got beat by New England. The Seahawks beat San Francisco before the bye week and Seattle is 8-2 with an eye on the postseason. QB Russell Wilson has been outstanding and the Seahawks ground game is now sixth in the NFL in rushing. The Eagles are extremely inconsistent. They have wins over teams like Green Bay and Buffalo, but can’t seem to string any wins together. This is the type of game where the Eagles overachieve… Philadelphia 27, Seattle 24


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The Lions will likely be without QB Matthew Stafford for six weeks due to his back injury. It might not matter this week. Detroit travels to Washington to face a Redskins team that has trouble finding the end zone. The Redskins score just 12 points per game, dead last in the league. The Lions scored 27 points against Dallas a week ago. They should be able to find a way to get by Washington, Stafford or no Stafford… Detroit 34, Washington 17


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Oh, the AFC South. The Titans and Jaguars are still in the mix for the division title. Tennessee was off last week and has won four of the last five games between the two teams. Jacksonville lost a division game to the Colts a week ago. The Titans upset the Chiefs just before their bye week and they are 3-2 at home this season. Tennessee also has Derrick Henry who is averaging 4.4 yards per carry and has eight rushing touchdowns… Tennessee 20, Jacksonville 19


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The Patriots held Philadelphia scoreless for the better part of three quarters last week to get back on the winning track. New England is now 9-1 and welcomes the Cowboys to Foxborough. The Patriots have beaten Dallas in five straight, including three in a row at home. Add another to the list… New England 24, Dallas 21


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The Packers and 49ers have played some memorable games. Green Bay won last year 33-30 at home. The Packers had an extra week to prepare for San Francisco while the 49ers got back on the winning track with a win over Arizona. Both teams need the victory to stay in control of their respective division leads. The truth is the Niners have only beaten one team with a winning record (Rams). In their toughest game of the season, they lost to Seattle. An 8-2 Packers team is no slouch… Green Bay 30, San Francisco 29


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Can anyone stop Lamar Jackson? He had four passing touchdowns and 308 total yards in a win over Houston last week for the 8-2 Ravens. The Rams are in danger of missing the postseason one year after winning the NFC championship, but did beat the Bears on Sunday night to move to 6-4 and stay alive. The Rams are not the same team from a year ago and Jackson is just too good… Baltimore 35, LA Rams 28 Sportsbook
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Chicago @ Detroit
It’s a quick turnaround after beating Carolina last Sunday, but the Lions have won on Sunday and then on Thanksgiving Day in each of the past two seasons. This time, it’s the division leading Bears. Hmmm. Detroit beat the Vikings last year on Turkey Day. They can do it again… Detroit 23, Chicago 20.


Washington @ Dallas
It’s a Cowboys-Redskins Thanksgiving Day feast. The winner will take control of the NFC East. The Redskins lost QB Alex Smith for the season. The Cowboys have won two straight, but have lost three of their last four Thanksgiving Day games. Their last win on Turkey Day? In 2016…over the Redskins. The Cowboys will make it happen again… Dallas 22, Washington 18.


Atlanta @ New Orleans
The Saints (9-1) are hot. The 4-6 Falcons, who have lost two straight, are not. New Orleans beat Atlanta earlier this season in overtime on the road. This time will be much easier. Plus, it’s at home. Drew Brees and the Saints offense averages 36.7 points per game and have scored at least 45 in their last three… New Orleans 38, Atlanta 31.


Jacksonville @ Buffalo
The Bills lost four in a row scoring a total of 33 points in the process then they put up 41 in a win over the Jets last week. The Jags have lost six in a row including last week’s 20-16 defeat to Pittsburgh in the final minute. The Bills will have the advantage of playing in cold weather… Buffalo 15, Jacksonville 14.


Cleveland @ Cincinnati
The Bengals have beaten their AFC North foe Browns seven straight times. The last time Cleveland beat the Bengals was in Cincinnati in November of 2014. Could it happen again? The Bengals have lost two straight and the Browns had an extra week off to prepare. Even at 5-5, Cincy still has a shot at a wild card. That’s enough for a home win… Cincinnati 28, Cleveland 20.


New England @ NY Jets
The Patriots and Jets play after both teams had a bye last week. New England lost miserably to the Titans before the bye while the Jets haven’t won since mid-October. This is the first of two meetings this season. The Patriots have won the last four straight and 12 of the last 14. Make it five in a row… New England 38, NY Jets 17.


NYGiants @ Philadelphia
The Eagles’ season is just about over. Last week’s embarrassing 48-7 loss to New Orleans proves just how far the Super Bowl champs have fallen. Still, a win over the 3-7 Giants keeps Philadelphia alive in the playoff race. The Eagles beat the Giants in the first meeting (34-13) this season and will do so again… Philadelphia 38, NY Giants 31.


San Francisco @ Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay is 3-7 and has now lost four straight. They have the league’s worst defense, one that allows 32.3 points per game. They face a 49ers team that is just 2-8, but San Francisco does have one of the NFL’s better running games. It’s the perfect recipe for a Niners’ win… San Francisco 23, Tampa Bay 17.


Seattle @ Carolina
Seattle kept its postseason hopes alive with a 27-24 win over Seattle last Thursday. Now, they face a Carolina team that has somehow lost two straight. The Panthers are one of the teams that could keep the Seahawks out of the playoffs. A win would do wonders. Too bad the game is in Charlotte… Carolina 19, Seattle 17.


Oakland @ Baltimore
Lamar Jackson totaled 267 yards in his first NFL start carrying the ball 27 times for 117 and throwing for 150 more. The Raiders are 26th in total defense and 30th in scoring defense (29.3 points per game). If Jackson starts again, Oakland will have a tough time stopping him. Well, the Raiders have a hard time stopping anyone… Baltimore 24, Oakland 17.


Arizona @ LA Chargers
The Chargers committed 14 penalties and missed an extra point in last week’s upset loss to Denver. It was the Chargers’s first loss after six straight wins. The Cardinals have just two wins the entire season and both are against the 49ers (who are also 2-8). Arizona doesn’t do much on offense and the defense isn’t very good either. Chargers (7-3) get back on the winning track… LA Chargers 33, Arizona 14.


Pittsburgh @ Denver
The Steelers, now 7-2-1, just keep grinding. QB Ben Roethlisberger found a way to beat Jacksonville last week on the road. The Broncos found a way to upset the Chargers last week. Don’t believe that they can pull that off two weeks in a row… Pittsburgh 32, Denver 22.


Miami @ Indianapolis
Don’t look now, but the Colts have won four straight. They held the Titans to 10 points last week in a 38-10 victory. The offense is averaging 36.5 points per game during the streak and now face a Dolphins team that has given up 34 per game in its five losses. Oh, and the Colts play at home where they have won three of their last four… Indianapolis 35, Miami 17.


Green Bay @ Minnesota
Sunday night’s NFC North matchup in Minnesota is an almost must-win for both the Packers and Vikings. The loser faces the challenge of needing help to make the postseason. The winner will be right in the thick of the playoff race. The Vikings have lost two of their past three. Green Bay has yet to win a road game this season. Could the Vikings lost two division games in a row? Yes… Green Bay 28, Minnesota 27.


Tennessee @ Houston
The Texans have won seven in a row. One of their losses this season was to Tennessee. QB Marcus Mariota might not play, but he didn’t play in the first game this season either. Houston is hot. J.J. Watt has 10 sacks and WR DeAndre Hopkins is having an All-Pro caliber season. At home, the Texans win No. 8 in a row…
Houston 34, Tennessee 24.

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