NFL Picks, Week 15

Stephen B. Morton/The Associated PressTennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry gains yardage as he tries to get around Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Sidney Jones during last Sunday's game in Jacksonville, Fla. 
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Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry gains yardage as he tries to get around Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Sidney Jones during last Sunday's game in Jacksonville, Fla. 

As always, the winning team is in caps. 

Los Angeles Chargers at LAS VEGAS RAIDERS – The Raiders have fallen apart. But they ought to be able to beat the Chargers at home. 

BUFFALO BILLS at Denver Broncos – Buffalo Bills looked pretty good beating the Steelers last week. Can they maintain that momentum heading into the playoffs? 

Carolina Panthers at GREEN BAY PACKERS – Another win for the Packers. 

Detroit Lions at TENNESSEE TITANS – Another win for the Titans. 

Houston Texans at INDIANAPOLIS COLTS – Colts have been playing very well lately, last week’s loss to the Titans notwithstanding. 

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS at Atlanta Falcons – Tom is typically at his best at the end of the season. 

New England Patriots at MIAMI DOLPHINS – The Dolphins had a way of beating the Patriots with the great Tom Brady at QB. This year, they’re actually good. 

Chicago Bears at MINNESOTA VIKINGS – Hmmm, tough to know which team is more likely to blow this game. 

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS at Washington Football Team – Seattle is good. 

Jacksonville Jaguars at BALTIMORE RAVENS – The Ravens picked up an impressive win last week. 

San Francisco 49ers at DALLAS COWBOYS – The 49ers have been so disappointing. 

New York Jets at LOS ANGELES RAMS – The Jets are still winless, right? 

Philadelphia Eagles at ARIZONA CARDINALS – Could be interesting. Or not! 

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS at New Orleans Saints – I don’t see any reason to pick against the Chiefs. 

CLEVELAND BROWNS at New York Giants – The Browns lost a close one last week. Can they recover? 

PITTSBURGH STEELERS at Cincinnati Bengals – The Steelers aren’t going to go undefeated. But they’re still pretty tough to beat. 

Last week’s results: 

Me: 9-7, Overall: 136-71-1

Ken Schott: 10-6, Overall: 136-71-1

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