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NFL betting tips
CLE Browns @ NY Jets
This week the Cleveland Browns (10-4) continue their New York tour against the Jets (1-13), who picked up their first victory of the season. Expect to see Cleveland keep it simple with another double dose of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. You can also count on Baker Mayfield to throw with ease again. The guy has only thrown one interception in his last seven games. Nice!
Pick: Browns 13-18, 19-24
NY Giants @ BAL Ravens
This week the New York Giants (5-9) travel to Baltimore to meet the Ravens (9-5). It’s safe to say that Lamar Jackson has his mojo back, and the Ravens reignited their season with two straight victories. Expect this to continue against the Giants, who seem to average 10 points per game the last three week. Let’s face it, that is simply not going to cut it on the road.
Pick: Ravens 7-12, 13-18
IND Colts @ PIT Steelers
There is a lot riding on this game. If the Indianapolis Colts (10-4) win this Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers (11-3), and either Miami or Baltimore lose, they can cement a spot in the AFC playoffs. Meanwhile, Pittsburgh can clinch its first AFC North division title since 2017 with a win over the Colts. Looking at this match up, Colts are without a turnover in their last three wins, and the Steelers are coming off a short week. As it stands, Philip Rivers is 2-2 in the regular season at Heinz Field, and I can see him taking Indianapolis into the playoffs causing huge upset. That said, if Ben stays healthy, it really could go either way.
Pick: Colts 1-6, Steelers 1-6
LA Rams @ SEA Seahawks
With a victory in this game, the Seattle Seahawks (10-4) could clinch the NFC West and press for home-field advantage but they are up against league’s most confusing and possible contenders in the LA Rams. The Rams have won five of their six last matchups so it’s down to the Seahawks in this game. I’d hate to see it but I think there could be another upset with this one.
Pick: Seahawks 1-6, Rams 1-6,
PHI Eagles @ DAL Cowboys
Whilst the Philadelphia Eagles (4-9-1) and Dallas Cowboys (5-9) both have losing records, there are NFC playoff implications in this game. We’ve seen how the Cowboys have come alive with back-to-back victories, and Andy Dalton has played well in those. I expect this could continue and the Cowboys take the victory here.
Pick: Cowboys 1-6
TEN Titans @ GB Packers
Sunday Night Football seems an interconference battle of first-place teams when the Tennessee Titans (10-4) head north to meet the Green Bay Packers (11-3). The Titans can clinch a playoff berth with a win, a Las Vegas loss Saturday or a Baltimore loss earlier in the day on Sunday. If Tennessee win, and the Colts lose, the Titans can capture its first AFC South division title since 2008. Whereas Green Bay, with a win combined with a Seattle loss or tie can nail down the NFC’s No. 1 seed and the conference’s only first-round bye. The game will be an ‘edge of seat’ game for sure and expect to see big action from both Derrick Henry and Aaron Rodgers. It’s going to be a nail biter.
Pick: Titans 1-6, Packers 1-6
BUF Bills @ NE Patriots
The Buffalo Bills (11-3), who’ve clinched the AFC East division title for the first time since 1995, travel to Gillette Stadium to meet the New England Patriots (6-8) in the season’s final Monday Night Football contest. Last week, Bills quarterback Josh Allen became the first quarterback in NFL history with at least eight rushing touchdowns in three consecutive seasons. Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs leads the NFL with a franchise-record 111 receptions and ranks third in the league with 1,314 receiving yards. This season, 13 Buffalo players have caught at least one touchdown pass, tied for the most in NFL history. In this match-up you can expect to see the Bills continue their hot streak and sweep the Patriots off their feet.
Pick: Bills 7-12
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