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Consensus Game Picks from the Most Accurate Experts (Week 14)

Dec 6, 2019

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Sunday, Early Games

Washington at Packers (-12.5)
ATS – 63% Washington

Maybe Washington’s rushing attack will make this a competitive game. The Redskins had 248 yards on the ground with 8.3 yards per attempt in last week’s victory. Only four teams are allowing more yards per rush than Green Bay. Washington is 4-2 against the spread in its last six games. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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Lions at Vikings (-13.5)
ATS – 64% Lions

The Lions are well-rested and that’s a huge number for a divisional game. Every Lions game but one has been decided by one score. They keep games close and should be able to keep this within the number. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)
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Panthers at Falcons (-3)
ATS – 63% Falcons

Both teams have been major disappointments. With both defenses having issues, this could be high scoring. The Falcons had offensive line issues last week, but they will play better this week. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)
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49ers at Saints (-2.5)
ATS – 54% Saints

This could come down to which quarterback is less affected by the opposing pass rush, in which case you’d be crazy not to trust Drew Brees, who has the second-fastest release time in the NFL this season and ranks second in adjusted completion percentage (among 34 quarterbacks with at least 200 dropbacks) when facing pressure. The Saints also might get back Pro Bowl left tackle Terron Armstead, further solidifying their efforts to protect Brees and exploit the 49ers’ so-so run defense. ~ Ricky Doyle (NESN)
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Bengals at Browns (-7.5)
ATS – 66% Bengals

The Bengals found some stability again with Andy Dalton back at QB. They look like a legitimate offense again with Tyler Boyd and Joe Mixon as two challenging skill players for a reeling Browns defense. The Browns, however, after not running well against the Steelers, will get well here with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt as they try to keep Baker Mayfield from throwing at high volume with his banged up hand. ~ Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News)
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Colts at Buccaneers (-3)
ATS – 57% Buccaneers

The Buccaneers (5-7) are quietly decent. They are capable of winning almost any game, but they’re also capable of losing any game. Still, the Colts (6-6) are trending downwards significantly and have a legion of injuries. Take the Bucs here. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)
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Broncos at Texans (-9)
ATS – 55% Broncos

The Broncos have the No. 1-ranked rush defense, according to Pro Football Focus. The Texans are solid in the running game, but if the Broncos could take that away from them, they could keep it within the number, especially with the new boost they’re getting from Lock. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)
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Dolphins at Jets (-5)
ATS – 69% Dolphins

About a month ago, this game was on pace to be one of the worst in NFL history. But then the Dolphins won two in a row and the Jets won three straight, and now it’s just a bad game. Until they lost to the winless Bengals, the Jets had scored 34 points in three consecutive games. ~ Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
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Ravens at Bills (+6)
ATS – 65% Ravens

Allen has been very good of late, but Baltimore’s defense ranks third against the pass, according to Football Outsiders’ DVOA. That’ll be an issue if the Ravens, who rank first in the NFL in first-half points per game (18.6), build an early lead. The Bills, who rank 18th in first-half points per game (10.6), simply can’t afford to become one-dimensional if forced to play from behind. ~ Ricky Doyle (NESN)
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Sunday, Late Games

Chargers at Jaguars (+3)
ATS – 63% Jaguars

This is another pretty tough scheduling spot. The Chargers lost a last-second heartbreaker in Denver last week and now they have to travel across the country for a meaningless game against the Jaguars. Jacksonville has nothing to play for as a team, but they have the more desperate quarterback, Gardner Minshew, who is trying to stake his claim for a long-term starting job. ~ Mike Cole (NESN)
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Titans at Raiders (+3)
ATS – 59% Titans

The Titans can put a big dent in Oakland’s playoff chances with a victory. That would also keep them in the division title hunt with the Texans, whom they meet twice in the final three weeks. The Titans have won five of six by scoring a bunch of points. ~ Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
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Chiefs at Patriots (-3)
ATS – 64% Chiefs

Just to make sure I wasn’t making all of this up in my head, I went back and looked up the Patriots December home record against AFC teams over the past 16 years, and, um, THEY’RE 25-1. Also, that one loss game in a game where the Patriots were resting their starters so I’m not even sure that technically counts, which means they’re basically undefeated. Although the Patriots have been dominant in December home games, if there’s one coach who can out-Belichick Belichick, it’s Andy Reid. Since being hired by the Chiefs in 2013, Reid has a 2-1 regular-season record against Belichick, and I think he’s going to add one more to that tally Sunday. ~ John Breech (CBS Sports)
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Steelers at Cardinals (+2.5)
ATS – 77% Steelers

Pittsburgh continues to be a bet-on team behind undervalued Devlin “Duck” Hodges, who “has not killed” the Steelers unlike predecessor Mason Rudolph. Jump on Pittsburgh for at least one more week before the market properly adjusts. ~ Case Keefer (Las Vegas Sun)
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Sunday Night

Seahawks at Rams (-1)
ATS – 50% Rams

The Seahawks impressed Monday night beating the Vikings, but now must go out on the road for a tough division game on a shortened week. That’s hard to do. The Rams have come to life on offense the past few games and I think that will continue. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)
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Monday Night

Giants at Eagles (-9.5)
ATS – 50% Giants

Who knows what to expect from either of these teams? Eli Manning is likely to start in place of an injured Daniel Jones with the Giants on an eight-game losing streak. Philadelphia might be the NFL’s most disappointing team with a 5-7 record. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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