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. 

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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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