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NFL Week 12 Picks and Predictions
Updated: December 2020

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The Texans are coming off an upset of the New England Patriots while Detroit got beat by Carolina without Christian McCaffrey and Teddy Bridgewater. The Lions have lost three straight Thanksgiving Day games. Detroit played the Texans on Thanksgiving Day in 2012. Houston won in overtime. They can pull another upset this week… HOUSTON 34, DETROIT 31


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It’s one of the NFL’s biggest rivalries and it happens on Thanksgiving Day. Throw out the records – both teams are 3-7 – this will be a battle. And, it’s hard to believe, but both teams can still win the NFC East. Dallas has won two games at home this season and the Football Team has yet to win a game on the road… DALLAS 27, WASHINGTON 24

 

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The Steelers are the only remaining unbeaten in the NFL at 10-0. They will entertain rival Baltimore (6-4) which needs a win to stay alive in the AFC playoff race. The Ravens’ last two visits to Heinz Field have produced victories for Baltimore. Is this the week the Steelers lose? Many might think so, but not yet … PITTSBURGH 30, BALTIMORE 26

 

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The Raiders came so close last week in pulling a second upset over the Chiefs. Now at 6-4, Las Vegas needs to keep its playoff hopes alive. They travel to Atlanta which was destroyed by a Drew Brees-less New Orleans team last week. The Falcons are just 3-7 and have won just once at home this season … LAS VEGAS 28, ATLANTA 24

 

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The Chargers finally won a game though it was over the 0-10 New York Jets. L.A. will make the trip east to face Buffalo. The Bills (7-3) lead the AFC East and come into this game having had a week off. Buffalo had won three straight before losing a heartbreaker to Arizona before the bye week. They will get back on track in Week 12 … BUFFALO 28, L.A. CHARGERS 20

 

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It almost doesn’t seem right, but the Giants can still win the NFC East despite having a 3-7 record right now. They will face Cincinnati, which will finish the season with a backup quarterback now that rookie Joe Burrow is done for the year. Burrow tore an ACL in the Bengals loss to Washington last week. The injury will take the fight out of Cincy … N.Y. GIANTS 24, CINCINNATI 20

 

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It’s the battle for control of the AFC South in Indianapolis on Sunday. The Colts beat Green Bay in overtime last week and don’t forget Indy just beat Tennessee on the road on November 12. The Colts have won four of the last five in the series. The Titans are also coming off a big win over Baltimore. This could be another overtime game … INDIANAPOLIS 31, TENNESSEE 28

 

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Another surprise in the 2020 NFL season is the Browns, who are 7-3 for the first time in almost forever. Cleveland’s offense has struggled some over the past month or so, but the Browns defense keeps them in games. The Jags are just a bad football team. Pittsburgh limited Jacksonville to just 206 yards of total offense. The Browns will do the same … CLEVELAND 24, JACKSONVILLE 17

 

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With Taysom Hill starting at quarterback, the Saints easily defeated Atlanta last week. Future Hall of Famer Drew Brees is out with broken ribs and Hill is more than capable of leading New Orleans. They head to Denver, which pulled a surprise win over Miami last week. Ironically, Denver could be without QB Drew Lock again due to a rib injury. The Saints are rolling … NEW ORLEANS 27, DENVER 21

 

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The Rams have lost three straight to San Francisco including this season’s first meeting. The Niners have the luxury of having an extra week to prepare, which may allow a few players to heal. The Rams still have a shot at winning the NFC West and need a victory. The Rams are 4-0 at home this season … L.A. RAMS 23, SAN FRANCISCO 20

 

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This will be the most anticipated game of the week, possibly of the season. It will come down to who performs better – Chiefs QB or Tampa Bay’s defense. Mahomes is outstanding and led Kansas City to another fourth-quarter come-from-behind win over the Raiders last week. Tom Brady leads a very good Bucs offense, but the defense is the key to this team. The Chiefs are 5-0 on the road this year … KANSAS CITY 38, TAMPA BAY 35

 

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Somehow, the Bears can still win the NFC North. The problem is Green Bay is in the way. The Bears have beaten the Packers just twice since the start of the 2014 season. Chicago had last week off while Green Bay lost in overtime to 7-3 Indianapolis. This has old-school, cold-weather football written all over it and the Packers are the better team … GREEN BAY 29, CHICAGO 17

 

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By virtue of the Eagles’ tie with Cincinnati, Philadelphia sits atop the NFC East with a … wait for it … 3-6-1 record. The Eagles can’t afford another loss, but they are just a bad football team. Seattle is 7-3 coming off a big win over Arizona last Thursday. Despite traveling east, the Seahawks will continue their quest for an NFC West title … SEATTLE 31, PHILADELPHIA 21

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It’s an AFC South showdown in Houston when the Texans welcome the Colts. Both teams are 6-4 and Thursday night’s winner will take control of the division lead. Indianapolis has won the last three straight against the Texans as well as the last three games played in Houston. The Colts beat Houston last December and then again in January in an AFC wild card game. Indy ran for 264 yards last week and Jacoby Brissett was back at quarterback… Indianapolis 22, Houston 19

 

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The Falcons played their best game of the season last week sacking Carolina QB Kyle Allen five times and picking him off four more. If that same defense shows up against Tampa Bay, look out. The Bucs had four turnovers and a measly 36 yards rushing in a loss to New Orleans. Atlanta has won two straight against NFC South Division opponents. Make it a clean sweep… Atlanta 27, Tampa Bay 17

 

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Denver led Minnesota last week 23-7 before giving up 20 fourth-quarter points to fall to 3-7 on the season. Now, they face one of the league’s better defenses in the cold of Buffalo. The Bills got three touchdown passes from QB Josh Allen in a win over Miami, the Bill’s seventh of the season. This is a game Buffalo should win and needs to win to keep an eye on the team’s first postseason berth in over a decade… Buffalo 21, Denver 17

 

 

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The Panthers’ playoff hopes likely went down the drain with consecutive losses to Green Bay and Atlanta last week. Now, they must travel to New Orleans for another NFC South battle. The Saints have won four of the last five, but the last Carolina win was just last December in New Orleans. With Kyle Allen at quarterback (four INTs, five sacks last week), look for the Saints to dominate at home… New Orleans 33, Carolina 27

 

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Don’t look now, but the Oakland Raiders are 6-4 and tied with the Chiefs for the AFC West lead. RB Josh Jacobs is the leading candidate for Rookie of the Year and Oakland’s next opponent, the Jets, is not very good. New York is coming off a win over Washington, but remember the Redskins are just 1-9. Oakland has trouble on the road – the Raiders are just 1-3 – but the Jets just aren’t that good… Oakland 23, NY Jets 16

 

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The Seahawks had a week off to prepare for Philadelphia, which got beat by New England. The Seahawks beat San Francisco before the bye week and Seattle is 8-2 with an eye on the postseason. QB Russell Wilson has been outstanding and the Seahawks ground game is now sixth in the NFL in rushing. The Eagles are extremely inconsistent. They have wins over teams like Green Bay and Buffalo, but can’t seem to string any wins together. This is the type of game where the Eagles overachieve… Philadelphia 27, Seattle 24

 

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The Lions will likely be without QB Matthew Stafford for six weeks due to his back injury. It might not matter this week. Detroit travels to Washington to face a Redskins team that has trouble finding the end zone. The Redskins score just 12 points per game, dead last in the league. The Lions scored 27 points against Dallas a week ago. They should be able to find a way to get by Washington, Stafford or no Stafford… Detroit 34, Washington 17

 

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Oh, the AFC South. The Titans and Jaguars are still in the mix for the division title. Tennessee was off last week and has won four of the last five games between the two teams. Jacksonville lost a division game to the Colts a week ago. The Titans upset the Chiefs just before their bye week and they are 3-2 at home this season. Tennessee also has Derrick Henry who is averaging 4.4 yards per carry and has eight rushing touchdowns… Tennessee 20, Jacksonville 19

 

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The Patriots held Philadelphia scoreless for the better part of three quarters last week to get back on the winning track. New England is now 9-1 and welcomes the Cowboys to Foxborough. The Patriots have beaten Dallas in five straight, including three in a row at home. Add another to the list… New England 24, Dallas 21

 

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The Packers and 49ers have played some memorable games. Green Bay won last year 33-30 at home. The Packers had an extra week to prepare for San Francisco while the 49ers got back on the winning track with a win over Arizona. Both teams need the victory to stay in control of their respective division leads. The truth is the Niners have only beaten one team with a winning record (Rams). In their toughest game of the season, they lost to Seattle. An 8-2 Packers team is no slouch… Green Bay 30, San Francisco 29

 

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Can anyone stop Lamar Jackson? He had four passing touchdowns and 308 total yards in a win over Houston last week for the 8-2 Ravens. The Rams are in danger of missing the postseason one year after winning the NFC championship, but did beat the Bears on Sunday night to move to 6-4 and stay alive. The Rams are not the same team from a year ago and Jackson is just too good… Baltimore 35, LA Rams 28

 

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