Quick Hitters: Week 13, 2019 NFL Season

Between the holidays, along with a ton of movie assessing and catch up days in the workout room, I’m once doing my NFL predictions in this format.

So with all of that being said, here are my predictions via the bullet point below:

  • I’ll take the Bears over the Lions, due to the Motor City Kitties going with an unproven player in David Blough to start at quarterback for them in this game
  • I’ll take the Bills over the Cowboys, as I don’t think Jason Garrett’s bunch will rebound that quickly offensively following a season-low of nine points scored against the New England Patriots last week
  • I’ll take the Saints over the Falcons, as I like Drew Brees & Company to avenge that flukey Week 10 loss
  • I’ll take the suddenly red-hot Jets to keep it going against the winless Bengals
  • I’ll take the Colts to rebound at home against the Titans
  • I’ll take the Eagles to rebound on the road against the Dolphins
  • Despite my rooting interest in seeing the Minnesota Vikings win the NFC North for the third time in five seasons, I’ll take the Packers to rebound against the dreadful Giants
  • In the first Browns-Steelers game since Garrettgate, I’ll take Mike Tomlin’s bunch in the rematch
  • I’ll take the Panthers to rebound at home against the Redskins
  • I’ll take the Buccaneers to build off their big win in Atlanta with another win against the slumping Jaguars
  • I’ll take the Ravens to hand the 49ers their first loss on the road this season
  • I picked the Cardinals over the Rams in State Farm Stadium last season. And given the inconsistent play of the defending NFC champions, along with the inspired play from Kliff Kingsbury’s bunch, I’ll sing that same song this season
  • I’ll take the Chargers over the Broncos, as I like Philip Rivers to do just a little bit more offensively than Broncos quarterback Brandon Allen
  • I like the Chiefs out of their bye week against the Raiders
  • The Patriots luck will run out this week against a Texans team that is due to finally defeat their long-time AFC tormentor for only the second time in franchise history
  • The Seahawks have uncharacteristically lost two games at The Link this season. They will uncharacteristically lose a third against a Vikings team that has me sold since their Week 10 victory against the Cowboys

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