Quick Hitters: Week 14, 2019 NFL Season

Once again, my common thread of having a full slate of movie assessments has made me resort to doing my NFL predictions in this format.

So with that being said, here are my Week 14 picks via the bullet points below:

  • I’ll take the suddenly resurgent Bears over the very disappointing Cowboys
  • Despite no longer having Ron Rivera as their head coach, I don’t see the Panthers beating a Falcons team that has looked better since coming off a Week 9 bye week
  • In a defensive struggle, I see the Ravens beating the Bills 16-13 at the buzzer via a Justin Tucker field goal
  • I’ve taken the Browns once all year and that resulted in a Week 3 loss against the Los Angeles Rams. I’ll take them again this week, as I don’t see them losing against the one-win Bengals
  • I like the Packers over the three-win Redskins in the fortress known as Lambeau Field
  • The Vikings let one get away against the Seattle Seahawks last week. So with that being said, I expect them to take their frustrations out on the Lions
  • I like the Saints at home against the 49ers. Especially with the extra rest that Sean Payton’s bunch got after playing on Thanksgiving night
  • I expect the Jets to prevent a season sweep against the Dolphins
  • In a must win game to stay alive in the AFC South race, I predict that the Colts will get back on the right track with a win against the Buccaneers. Look for the Colts to rack up multiple sacks and multiple turnovers of Jameis Winston
  • The Broncos won’t “Lock” down a second win in their rookie quarterback’s second career start, as the Texans will win their third game in a row
  • I expect the Jaguars to ride the wave of Minshew magic to an upset win against the Chargers
  • I like the Titans to ride the lead’s third leading rusher, Derrick Henry, to a win against the Raiders
  • I know it’s risky, but I like the Chiefs to be the team that finally snaps the Patriots’ home winning streak, which is currently 21 games
  • I like the resurgent and resilient Steelers to continue their winning ways against the Cardinals
  • As a starter in his career against the Rams in home games, Russell Wilson is 2-5. However, it will be 3-5, as I see one of the favorites for league MVP leading his team to their 11th victory this season
  • Mathematically, the Eagles are still alive in the NFC East. And between their last four games and the Cowboys’ last four games, they have the easier stretch of the two. The Super Bowl LII champs are in playoff mode from here on out and need to win out to get back to the playoffs. They’ll start that off on the right foot against a Giants team that has lost eight games in a row, as well as a Giants team that they have beaten five times in a row

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *