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Home team in CAPS:
- Washington (-1.5) over EAGLES
- Cowboys (-3) over GIANTS
- Jets (+3) over PATRIOTS
- COLTS (-14) over Jaguars
- Packers (-5.5) over BEARS
- BROWNS (-10) over Steelers
- TEXANS (+7.5) over Titans
- PANTHERS (+6.5) over Saints
- Vikings (-6.5) over LIONS
- Falcons (+6.5) over BUCCANEERS
- BENGALS (+12) over Ravens
- BILLS (-1.5) over Dolphins
- Chargers (-3.5) over CHIEFS
- Seahawks (-5.5) over 49ERS
- BRONCOS (-2.5) over Raiders
- Cardinals (+1) over RAMS
Washington (-1.5) over EAGLES
The Cowboys-Giants winner will be rooting for Philadelphia, because should Washington win, its makes the postseason party, and the remainder of the NFC Least is next-year’d. So long as QB Alex Smith starts, the Football Team’s rock-ribbed defense should rule.
Cowboys (-3) over GIANTS
We’ve long been unenthusiastic about laying road chalk with the ’Boys … though on the other side, Big Blue have been more competitive ATS when catching larger numbers away from MetLife.
Jets (+3) over PATRIOTS
The possibility of losing to the Jets is distasteful to Pats coach Bill Belichick — but the available remaining talent on both sides makes this a close call. The J-E-T-S Jets have won two straight, and in the process blown the next draft’s top choice. The sides are heading in opposite directions.
COLTS (-14) over Jaguars
Two-touchdown chalk, Indianapolis needs only to hold off the Jags — by any margin — to secure AFC South honors. Still, the Colts don’t want to expose Philip Rivers to severe physical punishment, as Indy’s defense should perform to subdue Jags QB Mike Glennon.
Packers (-5.5) over BEARS
If Green Bay doesn’t lose this — and Seattle fails to beat the 49ers — the Packers secure the top NFC seed. Chicago has endured eternal bad results versus Aaron Rodgers. The list of quality Bears victims is skimpy, barring the Buccaneers. Knee injury to Packers LT David Bakhtiari in practice Thursday — and subsequent trip to IR — is an ugly loss.
BROWNS (-10) over Steelers
The Browns need win to be certain of advancement. QB Mason Rudolph is starting for Pittsburgh. Rudolph made backers see red in a parallel role in last season’s finale. Once Ben Roethlisberger put aside hackneyed first-half plan, the Steelers steamrolled Indy in second half last week. Significant chance of Cleveland win/no cover haunts ’cappers, given the huge line move.
TEXANS (+7.5) over Titans
With the Texans out of postseason contention, they’d be foolhardy to risk Deshaun Watson for long, given the lack of near-term upside. Still, difficult to show great confidence in the Tennessee defense.
PANTHERS (+6.5) over Saints
New Orleans needs to win, requires the Seahawks to beat the 49ers and the Bears to beat the Packers to snag the first-round bye. Carolina QB Teddy Bridgewater has been uncanny with his knack for keeping his offense competitive despite seemingly being outclassed.
Vikings (-6.5) over LIONS
Detroit should be embarrassed after last week’s gross implosion versus Tom Brady’s Bucs … not that the other NFC North have-nots, the Vikings (without Dalvin Cook), are going anywhere. Would give Lions spread a shot if Matthew Stafford plays.
Falcons (+6.5) over BUCCANEERS
The Bucs are assured a postseason seat. Atlanta has lost four straight, but narrow defeats at the hands of the Saints, Chargers, Bucs (first meeting) and Kansas City by five, three, four, three points show the Falcons have been putting out effort.
BENGALS (+12) over Ravens
Baltimore needs to win this to secure its postseason chair. Cincinnati is coming off its first road win since 2018. Expect the professional Ravens to keep the Browns behind them, but the Bengals are improved off what they were in September.
BILLS (-1.5) over Dolphins
Ryan Fitzpatrick has earned Fireman of the Year honors for relief stints of high draft pick Tua Tagovailoa. But Fitzpatrick is now sidelined by the endemic virus issue, leaving Tua to sink or swim. Will Bills QB Josh Allen play the whole game? No certainty.
Chargers (-3.5) over CHIEFS
Word leaked through the grapevine that the Chiefs are going to minimize utilization of multiple frontliners, having clinched the AFC bye. This leaves the Bolts in a feel-good spot to cosmetically polish their record, should they overcome chilly temps.
Seahawks (-5.5) over 49ERS
You’re compelled to figure Pete Carroll will be out to win, to keep pressure on the Packers — but can envision scenarios in which certain ’Hawks starters could be pulled well before the final gun.
BRONCOS (-2.5) over Raiders
Close call either way … but will lean to Drew Lock and the defensively game Broncs, with their home-field edge — so long as Lock can avoid the pick bugaboo. As for the Raiders, the season’s length is doing them in.
Cardinals (+1) over RAMS
Arizona will make the postseason festivities with a victory — and a non-winning effort out of the Bears versus the Packers. The Rams will be sans QB Jared Goff with his broken thumb; John Wolford steps in. There are good reasons not to embrace either side.
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