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Consensus Game Picks from the Most Accurate Experts (Week 15)

Dec 13, 2019

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Sunday, Early Games

Broncos at Chiefs (-10)
ATS – 66% Broncos

Only three of Denver’s eight losses have come by more than one score. The Broncos are 7-3 against the spread as an underdog. Drew Lock has five touchdowns, two interceptions and a 111.4 passer rating in his first two career starts. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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Buccaneers at Lions (+3.5)
ATS – 64% Buccaneers

Tampa Bay’s rush defense is pretty strong as they allow just 3.4 yards per carry. That means David Blough is going to have to make a lot of plays. Not good news. Jameis Winston is the king of throwing interceptions, but the Lions have forced the fewest interceptions this season with just five. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)
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Texans at Titans (-3)
ATS – 62% Titans

The Titans have won six of seven games with Ryan Tannehill at quarterback. He is playing great football. The Texans were awful in their home loss to the Broncos last week and I think Tannehill will carve up that defense like Drew Lock did. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)
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Dolphins at Giants (-3.5)
ATS – 69% Dolphins

The Dolphins are staying in games because of great coaching by Brian Flores and Chad O’Shea. They have a lot of personnel limitations, but they’re pulling out all the stops with their scheming to be consistently competitive. On paper, however, they have much less skill-position talent than the Giants have in a battle of two teams that can’t stop the run or cover anybody. ~ Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News)
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Seahawks at Panthers (+6.5)
ATS – 69% Seahawks

This is a big spread when you consider the Seahawks are traveling across the country and typically play close games. But it just feels like the Panthers are playing out the string at this point, especially after firing head coach Ron Rivera ahead of their 40-20 blowout loss to the Falcons in Week 14. ~ Ricky Doyle (NESN)
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Bears at Packers (-4.5)
ATS – 57% Bears

The Packers are not an explosive team that pulls away from opponents with Aaron Rodgers lighting it up every week. They’re more of a grinding team, relying on Aaron Jones and the running game with a more trusted defense, especially against the pass. Mitchell Trubisky has been sizzling for the Bears as things have opened for his arm and legs, but this matchup against a good pass rush and secondary in Lambeau is a different story. ~ Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News)
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Patriots at Bengals (+10)
ATS – 77% Patriots

This is the classic game where the Patriots (10-3) take out all their frustrations on a bad team. The Bengals (1-12) are headed for a one-win season, but it ends with Joe Burrow. Be happy, Cincy. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)
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Eagles at Washington (+5.5)
ATS – 51% Eagles

Haskins has more than twice as many interceptions than touchdowns and is completing passes at a terrible 55 percent clip. The Eagles have the third-most QB hits and the Redskins have the second-highest opponent sack rate. Haskins will be running for his life. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)
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Sunday, Late Games

Browns at Cardinals (+3)
ATS – 50% Cardinals

Baker Mayfield, who now knows medicine, should apply his knowledge on finding the best way for the Browns to travel successfully. They have lost their past four games on the road and haven’t scored more than 19 points in any of those defeats. Uh oh. ~ Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
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Jaguars at Raiders (-6.5)
ATS – 60% Raiders

I mentioned this in the same spot last year when we all thought the Raiders were playing their final game in Oakland: Walter Football pointed out teams were 3-1 ATS in their final games in a stadium. Well, the Raiders won and covered in that spot last year, and now we get a chance to do it again — against a very bad Jaguars team. Sign me up. ~ Mike Cole (NESN)
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Vikings at Chargers (+2.5)
ATS – 65% Vikings

That Philip Rivers-led offense that has struggled all season finally erupted for 45 points against the Jaguars. But they shouldn’t get too excited — the Jaguars allow points to everybody. Not so with the Vikings, who, unlike the Jaguars, can score points, too. ~ Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
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Falcons at 49ers (-10.5)
ATS – 63% Falcons

The 49ers have been hit as hard as any team in the league by injuries recently. They have two divisional games left on tap after this one, including a Week 17 game in Seattle that might be for the NFC’s top seed. This just feels like Matt Ryan and the Falcons sneak in the back door for a late cover. ~ Mike Cole (NESN)
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Rams at Cowboys (+1.5)
ATS – 78% Rams

After stumbling through the first 12 weeks of the season, the Rams suddenly look like the 2018 version of themselves, which is bad news for the Cowboys, because they actually got steamrolled by the 2018 Rams back in January. The biggest positive in this game for the Cowboys is that once it’s over, they don’t have any games left against teams that currently have a winning record, which means I might actually pick them to win one, but not this one. ~ John Breech (CBS Sports)
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Sunday Night

Bills at Steelers (-2)
ATS – 53% Bills

The Bills are coming off a physical loss to the Ravens, but they did a nice job on Lamar Jackson. Defending Devlin Hodges will be a lot easier. Josh Allen will have a tough go of it against the Steelers defense as well, but I think Buffalo will make a few more plays to win it. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)
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Monday Night

Colts at Saints (-9)
ATS – 56% Saints

This should officially mark the end of Indianapolis’ playoff hopes. New Orleans just scored 46 points against the NFC’s best defense. The Saints are averaging 30.9 points over their last seven games. The Colts are 20th in both yards per play and opponents’ yards per play. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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