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Thursday, 8 December 2016

NFL Week 14 Picks 2016 (December 8-12)

There are just four weeks left of the regular season and we have our first Play Off team of the season as the Dallas Cowboys were confirmed as a participant in the post-season. They are now a couple of games away from wrapping up the Number 1 Seed in the NFC which will make them a favourite to reach the Super Bowl, although the Play Offs are like a new season and there is plenty of football to be played before we anoint any team as the favourite.

We could see more teams book their place for football in January with the New England Patriots on the brink of confirming their place- a win for the Patriots and loss for the Miami Dolphins would do that for them. The Oakland Raiders are not that far from clinching at least a Wild Card spot, but a win on Thursday Night Football will put them on the brink of securing the AFC West Division although a loss would give Kansas City the edge in the Division race.

The Seattle Seahawks are another who clinch with a win and their nearest chasers, the Arizona Cardinals, losing, although both New England and Seattle can't clinch their Divisions this weekend unless Miami and Arizona tie when they play each other. The Detroit Lions could move to the brink of winning the NFC North with a win and defeats for both Minnesota and Green Bay and we are in to that time of the season when team's desperation for wins begin to factor into the spreads.

That is something I am trying to ignore and keep breaking down games as I have and take advantage of spreads that are out of sync.


Week 13 proved another narrow winning one as I recovered from a 1-3 start to end the week with a 4-3 record. I am looking for more consistency to put a really big week together, but I don't want to press too much hoping for angles which are tenuous at best.

Week 14 will open with a huge AFC West game between the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs with the Division lead on the line, and there are plenty of fascinating games to come this week. Look out for the weather conditions which begin to play havoc in December and factor that into your breakdowns to make sure you're not picking games without noting the huge issues that can occur at this time of the season.


Oakland Raiders @ Kansas City Chiefs Pick: Thursday Night Football was something of a dud earlier this season with a number of really bad games seemingly picked to open the NFL Week. Ratings are down and talk is that the Thursday Night games pre-Thanksgiving Day will not be on the schedule once the television contract needs renewing in 2018.

This week there won't be many complaints about the game scheduled to be played as the AFC West Division lead is on the line when the Oakland Raiders visit the Kansas City Chiefs. The weather has taken a turn for the worse with the undersoil heating hoping to thaw a frozen field in time for this game, but neither Oakland nor Kansas City are in the excuse making business.

The Raiders currently lead the AFC West by one game over the Kansas City Chiefs, but a win for the latter will mean they have swept the Divisional series and will have the tie-breaker. Matching the Oakland record the rest of the way would mean the Chiefs earn home field for the Wild Card Round and perhaps even finish with the best record in the AFC if they could win out.

I have no doubt Oakland will have something to say about that as one of three NFL teams who have won every road game they have played this season. The home loss to the Chiefs was a blow, but Oakland have bounced back nicely and this looks set to be a very good game on Thursday night.

A lot will depend on Derek Carr and whether he is going to be able to play in what is likely the coldest temperature he would have ever felt. The pressure is on the Oakland Quarter Back because the Offensive Line and his pedestrian Running Backs have not been able to produce enough yards on the ground and I would not be surprised if Carr is in the shotgun formation for much of this one with issues around his pinkie finger.

Carr is good enough to get the ball out of his hands quickly to try and negate the Kansas City pass rush which has Justin Houston back in the line up to give them a boost. I think the Chiefs will pressure Carr, but the Secondary do give up some big plays and I would expect both Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper to win plenty of their battles on the outside. However Kansas City have a ball-hawking Secondary that will feast on any mistakes Carr throws which might be an issue, although I do like how Carr looks after the ball for the most part.

While Carr is going to have some nice numbers having to carry much of the Offense, Kansas City will be looking for Alex Smith to manage the game and hope to run the ball down the Oakland throat. Spencer Ware had a big game when the Chiefs beat Oakland on the road, and I think he will have some nice numbers in this one with the Raiders Defensive Line having a few issues against the run in recent games.

The key for the Raiders will be to try and get the Chiefs into obvious passing situations and allow their pass rush, most notably Khalil Mack, try and get after Smith at Quarter Back. The Raiders can get to Smith, but third and manageable will see Smith find Travis Kelce and a returning Jeremy Maclin against an improving Oakland Secondary whose numbers look better with the pass rush being able to penetrate opposition backfields.

Both teams will feel they can move the chains in this one and I do think it is going to come down to a last possession deciding the winner. Oakland have produced some late game heroics on the road to win some of their games, but Kansas City seem to always find either a turnover or a Special Teams play to turn a game in their favour with more of the same in Week 13 helping them beat Atlanta on the road.

The fact I see this going down to the wire makes the start with Oakland all the more appealing now that the number has moved above the key number three. It does suggest the sharp money is on the home team, but Oakland are 8-2 against the spread in Kansas City and the road team has dominated this series. I will take the road underdog with the points to open my Week 14 picks from the NFL.


Pittsburgh Steelers @ Buffalo Bills Pick: It looks like this big AFC game in Week 14 is going to be accompanied by snow, but the Pittsburgh Steelers won't be unfamiliar with the conditions they face when they head to the Buffalo Bills. This is a massive game for both the Steelers and Bills with massive Play Off implications, but the public have made it clear that they want to back Pittsburgh.

It looks the early sharp money has also backed the Steelers who have moved from a two point favourite to a three point favourite on the road. That isn't the greatest spot for Pittsburgh, but I think they are quietly becoming one of the hottest teams in the NFL and one that no one will want to face in January.

Of course most will focus on Ben Roethlisberger and the high powered Offense, but the Pittsburgh Defensive unit have stepped up in recent games. They will need to be very strong at the line of scrimmage as they take on the Buffalo Bills who might be one defeat from extending their streak of years without a Play Off appearance.

LeSean McCoy has been very strong for Buffalo and will be backed by Tyrod Taylor who has shown to be a much more effective runner than a passer. However both are facing the Steelers Defensive Line which has only allowed 60 yards per game on the ground during their three game winning run, albeit against teams that are not exactly known for running the ball. However the Steelers played Dallas well on the ground for large parts of that game and will feel they can makes plays against Shady and Taylor in the backfield.

Taylor does have Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods back to give him an effective Receiver tandem having missed large parts of the season when they were unavailable. The problem for Taylor will be in third and long situations because the Offensive Line has struggled to protect him and recent games have seen the Steelers explode into the backfield and cause plenty of havoc. That has protected the Secondary and this game could come down to how well Buffalo can control the clock and run the ball.

Some may have seen Oakland throw the ball very well against Buffalo last week and think it could be the same this week. It was actually the running game that worked so well and got the Raiders back into the game and the threat from Roethlisberger might see Le'Veon Bell pick up from where Latavius Murray left off. Bell is one of the better Running Backs in the NFL and Buffalo concentrating on stopping the pass will give him plenty of chances to rip off some big gains in the cold conditions.

The wind is not anticipated to be a big problem this week so Roethlisberger should be able to make some solid plays to Antonio Brown. The Bills have struggled for an effective pass rush in recent games and Big Ben has been well protected, while Ladarius Green has become a real weapon in the passing game after returning from injury. The Steelers have been looking for another big target outside of Brown and Green is certainly capable at Tight End with the big money signing getting healthier every week.

These teams haven't played one another since 2013, but Pittsburgh have dominated the recent games they have played. I think the Steelers are getting hot at the right time on both sides of the ball and I believe they can get the better of Buffalo on the road and push Rex Ryan onto the hot seat. It will be tight but once they get Tyrod Taylor having to throw the ball, the pass rush can combine with an overachieving Secondary to make some plays and allow the Steelers to come away with the win by around seven points.


San Diego Chargers @ Carolina Panthers Pick: There is going to be some disappointment for both the Carolina Panthers and San Diego Chargers when looking back at the 2016 season as both are destined to miss the Play Offs. That would have been the least they expected this time around, but both have a losing record and look to be playing out the string this season.

The San Diego Chargers have to fly out east for an early game and that is never easy for West Coast teams so I am leaning towards the Carolina Panthers to cover the small number. The Panthers were atrocious in being blown out by the Seattle Seahawks, but a return to their home Stadium might at least give them a little motivation to prove they are better than they showed in front of the national audience.

Carolina won't be back in action until Monday Night Football in Week 15 while San Diego have a couple of big games left when they try and play spoiler for Divisional rivals Oakland and Kansas City who both have to visit Southern California before the season is done. A lot of this will depend on what Philip Rivers is feeling having been guilty of too many Interceptions in recent games which has prevented the Chargers having a chance to challenge for a Play Off spot.

It might be a better match up for him this week against a Carolina Defensive unit that has given up plenty of big plays through the air. Luke Kuechly looks to miss out again, but the Panthers have created some turnovers in the Secondary which is going to be a problem for Rivers, while his Receivers are a little erratic anyway. Rivers might also be under immense pressure from the pass rush that Carolina have maintained from last season especially if Melvin Gordon is not able to take advantage of some of the problems that Carolina have had up front.

Interceptions have also been a problem for Cam Newton with the 2015 MVP not playing up to the level of last season. Part of the problem has been the little time he has been given by his Offensive Line while the Panthers are built to run the ball and failing to establish that leaves them behind the chains. Jonathan Stewart is not expected to have a huge outing this week which will leave the pressure on Newton.

The Quarter Back does have some solid Receivers that he can call upon with Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen big targets in the passing game. The Chargers pass rush has struggled a little bit of late which means Newton should have some time to hit those players downfield considering the injuries in the San Diego Secondary and I expect them to bounce back this week and give their fans something to smile about.

The long trip out east coupled with the fact that San Diego might potentially be focusing on the Kansas City game in Week 15 could play a part in this one. I also think Cam Newton and the Panthers will feel they owe their fans a better performance after being embarrassed on national television last week and I believe they bounce back with a win. It will be close but the Panthers can make one or two big plays in the Secondary to come away with a win by a Field Goal.


Chicago Bears @ Detroit Lions Pick: If the Detroit Lions win this week and both the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers were to lose, the Lions will be on the brink of the Play Offs and winning the NFC North. I do think the Lions are playing well enough to beat the Chicago Bears who have been hurt by injuries and must be looking forward to getting this season out of the way and continue the rebuild of their team.

On first glance you may think this is a big number having to ask Detroit to cover more than a converted Touchdown worth of points, but I think the Lions are capable of doing that. It won't be down to the Offense that the Lions do that, but their Defensive unit are playing at a high level at the moment and can give Matt Barkley and the Bears a few problems to solve.

Matt Stafford has played well even though Calvin Johnson has been dancing through his retirement, but the Chicago Secondary have been much improved. They have made some big plays and forced teams to settle for Field Goals, while the Lions are not likely to expose any of the issues Chicago have on the Defensive Line when it comes to stopping the run.

It will be up to Stafford to avoid any mistakes and also the Chicago pass rush which has been able to get to the Quarter Back. However I do think Stafford can move the chains with his ability to find the open Receiver, while the faster indoor surface should make it easier for the Lions too.


The Lions have been winning plenty of games thanks to a Defensive unit that has given up 20 points or fewer in six straight games. They should be able to slow down Jordan Howard who had a huge game last week and that will force Barkley to make plays at Quarter Back from third and long spots from which the Detroit Secondary have feasted. Barkley has been well protected so he should have time to make his throws, but missing the likes of Alshon Jeffery and Kevin White is a big blow for them.

It is going to be up to Barkley to avoid the big mistakes throwing the ball which is where the Lions have been feasting and being able to turn games in their favour. A big Interception helped them beat Minnesota on Thanksgiving Day and the Lions forced Drew Brees into throwing into coverage last week, which is simply not like Brees.

I do think Detroit's Secondary can create some turnovers and that is going to be a key in this game as they find a way to pull away from Chicago. The Bears have played better than expected through the injuries, but I think they might struggle to find enough points in this one and Stafford will be able to create a couple of huge moments for the Offensive unit to pull away.

The Lions are 5-1 against the spread in the last six home games against Chicago and are playing with revenge on their minds having lost at Soldier Field since when they have won seven of eight games. Chicago have not covered in their next five games following a win and I think Detroit come away with a double digit win.


Denver Broncos @ Tennessee Titans Pick: Both the Denver Broncos and Tennessee Titans are very much in the race for a spot in the Play Offs but neither can afford to drop too many games down the stretch. With four games left both teams will be targeting at least a 3-1 finish to give themselves a chance of getting into the Wild Card Round of the Play Offs and that makes this a very big game for both teams.

The weather could be a big factor in this one with windy conditions looking like it might make it difficult to throw. If the teams are going to keep the ball on the ground, I have to give the Titans a significant edge in the game coming out of the bye week with DeMarco Murray admitting he is feeling much better after some problems with his toe going into the break.

Murray and Derrick Henry give the Titans a big punch from the Running Back positions while Marcus Mariota has shown improvement over the last few weeks and is a threat to run from the Quarter Back spot too. The Denver Broncos have been a little better up front in recent games, but I do think their overall performance this season suggests the Titans can establish the run and keep the chains in a favourable position.

The Denver pass rush could have some success getting into the backfield when Tennessee to drop back to throw the ball, while their Secondary continues to make plays. In fact this Defensive unit is one that will look to turn the ball over and that has been a big part of the Denver success this season and could be a key to keeping them in this game.

I don't really think the Offense is going to have a big day with injuries and uncertainty at Quarter Back affecting the chances of seeing Denver win the Super Bowl again. Their record is a good one, but the Broncos need the Defense to keep them in games and a windy day would not suit this team.

CJ Anderson has been missed at Running Back and Devontae Booker is having some problems in his first season in the NFL. Justin Forsett has been signed to help the Broncos find a more effective running game, but the Titans have been strong on the Defensive Line when it comes to slowing the run and that could be very important for them again in Week 14.

Forcing Denver into third and long will make it difficult for either Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch at Quarter Back with that position still up in the air going into the weekend. Both players will be faced with a strong wind which could make it difficult to throw anyway, but the Tennessee pass rush is likely to put plenty of pressure on the Quarter Back who will be throwing from behind an Offensive Line which has struggled in protection.

It does feel like the Titans have an edge in this one with the conditions and running game working in their favour. I do think the Denver Defensive unit needs to be respected knowing how they have turned things back in their teams favour with big turnovers but Tennessee might be able to keep the ball on the ground and not force Mariota into tough throwing spots, unlike what is likely to happen to Denver.

It's a small spread, but I do think the Titans can win this game and I will back them to cover.


New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pick: The NFC South is going to be battled out down to the wire this season and the surprise contender in the Division are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who have the same 7-5 record as Atlanta at the top of the Division. They face the New Orleans Saints who have lost three of their last four games to fall to 5-7 and need to win out and hope for a couple of favours if they are going to win this Division.

The Saints do have some control over that having to face Tampa Bay twice and Atlanta in their final three games but it is a big ask and New Orleans will be out of contention with a loss on Sunday.

I do expect New Orleans to bounce back from what was a pretty terrible Offensive performance in the home defeat to Detroit in Week 13. They have shown plenty of balance on the Offense with Mark Ingram and Tim Hightower being able to run the ball effectively and I do think the Saints can establish the run against a Tampa Bay Defensive Line which has allowed 4.8 yards per carry over their last three games. Stopping the run has been a problem for much of the season and knowing they need to prevent Drew Brees should mean Ingram and Hightower have strong games.

Brees has made more mistakes in recent weeks than we are used to seeing from him and he will have to be careful against this Tampa Bay Secondary which have been picking off passes. The pass rush has managed to get home too which has helped the Tampa Bay Defense produce better numbers against the pass, but I think Brees has a much better game than last week and can get things done from third and manageable down and distance as well as the play-action pass.

There could be something of a shoot out develop between these teams as Jameis Winston tries to continue playing at a high level. Winston has not been helped by much run support and has to rely on his arm to help the Buccaneers to a four game winning streak which has seen them move alongside the Falcons in the Division lead. The New Orleans Defensive Line has been very good in recent games and it looks like it will be up to Winston to win this game for the home team.

He has a couple of big Receivers who have helped in Mike Evans and Cameron Brate but the Saints Secondary have also shown improvement in each passing week. Keeping teams from scoring have not been the Defensive unit's fault because of the turnovers that have gone against them, although the challenge of Evans and Brate is a big one.

Therefore I do believe Tampa Bay will have success, but I really do like the New Orleans balanced Offense to perhaps help them spring the upset. Drew Brees will be looking to show a much better performance in the game flexed into a late kick off, and he should be benefited by being in third and manageable spots for much of the day.

The Saints have gone 7-0 against the spread when coming in off a loss by at least 14 points and and New Orleans have won four straight here including as the underdog last season. This spread had opened at 3 earlier this week which would have been a great number to hold, but I will still take the Saints with the start and look for a potential upset in Tampa Bay.


Seattle Seahawks @ Green Bay Packers Pick: A really poor run through the middle of the season has left the Green Bay Packers in a difficult position to make the Play Offs in a season they were considered one of the favourites to win the Super Bowl. They are at 6-6 and a win for the Detroit Lions will mean the Packers are unlikely to win this Division and will have to focus on trying to win out for a Wild Card spot.

Winning out will be far from easy for the Packers who have the Seattle Seahawks coming to town this week as one of the teams who look to be getting hot at the right time. There is no fear of having to play this one in the snow, but Seattle need to bounce back from their last road game where they struggled to compete with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

I don't think the Green Bay Packers Defensive unit have played as well as Tampa Bay's has in recent games and stopping Russell Wilson and the Seahawks has been a challenge for them. The Seahawks are looking to maintain their spot as the Number 2 Seed in the NFC which will give them a bye in the Wild Card Round and at least one home Play Off game.

Green Bay have only given up 26 points in their last two games which have resulted in two wins, but slowing down Seattle is going to be a big challenge. Thomas Rawls showed he can give the rushing Offense the spark it has been missing all season and I think he can have a very big game in Week 14 against the Packers Defensive Line which has been struggling in recent games after a strong start to the 2016 season.

Wilson is another threat to get out of the pocket and run for First Downs which is going to be difficult for Green Bay to contain. However the pass rush should at least challenge Wilson behind a porous Offensive Line, although the Quarter Back is one of the best on the run in throwing the ball downfield. Wilson should have a nice game statistically in a game that might feature snow, but won't have a heavy wind accompanying that.

That should also mean Aaron Rodgers is able to have some success throwing the ball as his Receivers begin to win some of their battles. Earl Thomas is a huge miss for Seattle in the Secondary and Rodgers is going to be able to expose that at times, although this Seahawks Legion of Boom is still a unit that will make big stops and perhaps even create some turnovers.

While I do think Rodgers will have some big passing plays, it will be tough to do that consistently on a tight hamstring with the pass rush pressure Seattle bring onto the field. Rodgers has been passing the ball quickly to prevent teams getting to him, but Michael Bennett is back and the Seahawks can get some pressure up front with Green Bay likely to be in some third and long spots through the game.

Christine Michael will try and get some yards on the ground against his former team, but Seattle play the run well and so it will be down to Rodgers to keep Green Bay in this one.

Green Bay as the home underdog has to be a spot that is hard to ignore, but I think Seattle is the better team and can put the Packers in a desperate spot. The loss of Earl Thomas is going to be an issue for the Seahawks, but I am not sure the Green Bay Defense can make enough plays against Russell Wilson which will mean Rodgers having to make big plays against a strong Secondary.

Rodgers can do that for a while, but ultimately I think a turnover or two will cost Green Bay and I do like the Seahawks who are not a public favourite. At just under the key number of 3, I like Seattle to come out with a big road win in Week 14 and will back them to win at the famous Lambeau Field in wintery conditions.


Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants Pick: People are not ready to jump off the Dallas Cowboys bandwagon and they are a public backed favourite in the late Sunday Night Football slot when they take on the New York Giants. This is the only team to have beaten Dallas this season, but they have won eleven in a row since then and a win on Sunday will see the Cowboys close in on the Number 1 Seed in the NFC.

Games between the Cowboys and Giants tend to be very competitive as the Division rivals raise their game to play one another and I have little doubt this one will be close. So close that I like the New York Giants getting more than a Field Goal worth of points as the home underdog.

One of the problems for New York has been trying to find an effective running game to give the Offense some balance to what they are trying to do. Rashad Jennings hasn't been consistent enough, while Shane Vereen is still a little away from coming back into the mix and that has meant more pressure on Eli Manning to make plays with his arm.

Jennings may have some success in this one with Dallas allowing 4.5 yards per carry over their last three games, but it will be considered a positive if he can help keep the team in third and manageable and slow down any pass rush. The Cowboys have not had a consistent pass rush anyway, while the Secondary is banged up and remains a Defense that will bend but not always break. With Odell Beckham, Victor Cruz and Sterling Shepard to call upon, Manning should have a decent outing in this one and maintain drives to keep the Dallas Offense on the sidelines.

However they won't be able to control the clock as they would like and Dallas will have plenty of time with the ball in the hands of their Offense. The line of scrimmage is going to be a huge factor in this one with the Giants Defensive Line priding themselves on being able to shut down the run and the big Cowboys Offensive Line looking to show they are the best in the NFL by opening holes for Ezekiel Elliot.

Dallas will stick to the game plan and Elliot has shown he can make some big gains even after contact so I do think the Cowboys will have some success as they have all season. There will be times they are in third and long though and that means Dak Prescott has to make some plays against an underrated Secondary that will be able to turn the ball over. Jason Pierre-Paul is out which is a huge blow for the Giants pass rush, but this is a team that still has Olivier Vernon and have shown they can bring down the Quarter Back.

Getting to Prescott may force some mistakes from the Quarter Back even if he has limited those throughout the season. It may prevent the big plays to Dez Bryant and I think the Giants match up quite well with Dallas which makes me believe the underdog is the right side in this game.

I think Manning can match the scoring output against a Secondary that have allowed some big plays, while the Giants are 4-0 against the spread in the last four in this series. It looks like a game that might well be settled by a Field Goal at the end and so I will take the points with the home team.


Baltimore Ravens @ New England Patriots Pick: There are some big Play Off implications on the line on Monday Night Football when the Baltimore Ravens travel to the New England Patriots. The Patriots can move a step closer to securing the Number 1 Seed in the AFC while the Ravens can move back into the top six places after slipping out following the Pittsburgh Steelers over the Buffalo Bills.

This looks like it has the makings of a Defensive battle between the Ravens and Patriots and I am keen on taking the points with the road team. Both teams have been better on the Defensive side of the ball and I do think the loss of Rob Gronkowski hurts Tom Brady in the coming weeks.

It is going to be a much more difficult test for Brady as he can't rely upon LeGarrette Blount to trample teams as he has in recent games. The Ravens are much more stout up front than the San Francisco 49ers, New York Jets or Los Angeles Rams and Tom Brady could find himself in third and long more often than he would like.

Losing a safety blanket like Gronkowski is going to mean the pressure is on the other Receivers and Tight Ends on the roster to fill the gap and that won't be easy. The Patriots have just had a few issues scoring points in the last couple of games without the All-Pro Tight End and the Ravens can generate some pressure up front which can help cover the issues in the Secondary, while they have shown they can turn the ball over.

This is also going to be challenge for the Baltimore Ravens to move the chains with some consistency as the Patriots Defensive unit have shown improvement in recent games. Again it has to be mentioned that they have not played the best teams in the NFL, but I don't think Baltimore will have a consistent running game from Kenneth Dixon or Terrance West which will put the pressure on Joe Flacco to perform.

Flacco had a great performance against the Miami Dolphins in Week 13, but this is going to be a cold evening in Foxboro and it won't be easy for the Quarter Back. He is going to be under pressure from a revitalised pass rush New England have generated but Flacco has had success in this Stadium in the past and does have some decent Receivers who can win their battles.

The New England Secondary have allowed some Quarter Backs to produce solid numbers through the air and Flacco can have a decent game to keep Baltimore in this one. I am not sure Baltimore will win the game, but they can have enough success to keep this one within the number.

Both teams will have strong kickers to hit Field Goals from distance where necessary and this game might boil down to a couple of big plays to decide the winner. It all feels like one that might be decided by a Field Goal and I want to take the points in this one from the final game of Week 14.

MY PICKS: Oakland Raiders + 3.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet Victor (2 Units)
Pittsburgh Steelers - 3 Points @ 2.05 Ladbrokes (2 Units)
Carolina Panthers - 1.5 Points @ 1.91 Paddy Power (2 Units)
Detroit Lions - 7 Points @ 1.86 Bet Fred (2 Units)
Tennessee Titans - 1 Point @ 1.91 Bet Victor (2 Units)
New Orleans Saints + 2.5 Points @ 1.95 Bet Fred (2 Units)
Seattle Seahawks - 2.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet Victor (2 Units)
New York Giants + 3.5 Points @ 1.95 Sporting Bet (2 Units)
Baltimore Ravens + 6 Points @ 1.95 Ladbrokes (2 Units)

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