2014 Week 16 NFL Preview

NFLGame of the Week

Seattle Seahawks over Arizona Cardinals.  This game will decide the NFC West.  Both teams sport hellacious defenses.  I love low-scoring games between two good teams, so this will be a treat for me.  Even though the Cardinals are at home, they will be starting their third-string QB.  That is bad news for a team going up against one of the best defenses in the league that is starting to peak right now.  For that reason alone, I expect Russell Wilson and the Seahawks to win a low-scoring, physical affair.  Seahawks 17, Cardinals 10.

“The Joke’s on Your Ass” Game of the Week

Titans at Jaguars.  Two sorry ass 2-12 teams, both in the running for the #1 overall pick in the 2015 draft.  A pair of broadcasters who are probably hating life having to call this joke of a “game” tonight.  Need I say more?  What were the execs at the NFL Network thinking when they made this the last Thursday night affair of the season?

If there was a merciful football god, it would open up the earth so that it would swallow both teams.  Unfortunately the earth would spit those sorry fuckers right up, so… Jaguars over Titans.

Saturday’s Games

Eagles over Redskins
49ers over Chargers

Sunday’s Games

Dolphins over Vikings
Ravens over Texans
Lions over Bears
Panthers over Browns
Saints over Falcons (the NFC South is a God-awful division…)
Packers over Buccaneers
Chiefs over Steelers (I still do not trust my Steelers’ secondary)
Patriots over Jets
Rams over Giants
Bills over Raiders
Cowboys over Colts

Monday’s Game

Bengals over Broncos

Last week’s record: 11-5 (a little bit better…)
2014 record to date: 132-78-1 (I’m still riding high yo…)

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4 replies

  1. Scott, I agree with almost all of your picks with the exception of two picks. The SF 49ers have checked out, they’ve lost 3 in a row and eliminated from the playoffs, Ray McDonald just released after the team learned he is being investigated for sexual assault and Colin Kaepernick looks lost at QB. San Diego is still in the hunt for a wildcard berth and should win a close contest. Pittsburgh won last week vs. Atlanta when you didn’t think they would and Roethlisberger is a much better QB than Alex Smith which will be the difference in this matchup.

  2. SD Chargers 38, SF 49ers 35 – (OT) – Good effort, but not enough for SF. Forget about the jinx – PIT 20, KC 12 – Too much Ben Roethlisberger & Le’Veon Bell.

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