PFT’s Week 14 picks

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I’m still 10 games back, with four weeks left. It’s over.

But it’s not done. We’ll continue to pick the games, and at times we’ll continue to disagree. This week, we disagree on three of the 16 games.

We both went 9-7 last week, which isn’t good. For the year, MDS is now 127-65. I’m at 117-75.

For this week’s picks, keep on scrolling.

Cowboys at Bears

MDS’s take: The Cowboys are a better team than their 6-6 record suggests, and Dak Prescott having a big game in prime time against a good Bears defense may change some perceptions around the league.

MDS’s pick: Cowboys 28, Bears 17.

Florio’s take: The Cowboys are better than 6-6 would suggest, and the Bears are worse than 6-6 would suggest. Which of course means the Bears are going to win, but I still have fairytale faith in the underachievers from Dallas.

Florio’s pick: Cowboys 24, Bears 16.


Colts at Buccaneers

MDS’s take: The Buccaneers are coming on strong, probably too late to make a run to the playoffs, but not too late to create some excitement that Bruce Arians is building something in Tampa.

MDS’s pick: Buccaneers 30, Colts 17.

Florio’s take: The Bucs are rising, the Colts are reeling.

Florio’s pick: Buccaneers 27, Colts 20.


Dolphins at Jets

MDS’s take: With last place in the AFC East on the line, the Jets will show they’re not the worst team in the division.

MDS’s pick: Jets 20, Dolphins 17.

Florio’s take: Adam Gase gets another shot at revenge. It would help to have Jamal Adams.

Florio’s pick: Dolphins 20, Jets 17.


49ers at Saints

MDS’s take: This is a huge game in the NFC playoff race, particularly for the 49ers, who could go either way between earning home-field advantage, or having to play three road games to get to the Super Bowl. I see a painful loss for San Francisco.

MDS’s pick: Saints 21, 49ers 20.

Florio’s take: The 49ers wisely stayed in Florida for the week, and their decision to give up a week at home will increase their chances of staying home for the playoffs.

Florio’s pick: 49ers 27, Saints 23.


Lions at Vikings

MDS’s take: The Vikings will rebound from Monday night’s loss with an easy win over a lousy Lions team.

MDS’s pick: Vikings 30, Lions 14.

Florio’s take: A get-right game for the Vikings against a Lions team that is playing out the string in potential a haze of business decisions.

Florio’s pick: Vikings 31, Lions 13.


Broncos at Texans

MDS’s take: Drew Lock vs. Deshaun Watson. Advantage, Houston.

MDS’s pick: Texans 31, Broncos 13.

Florio’s take: Drew Lock is 1-0 as a starter. He won’t be 1-0 as a starter after Sunday.

Florio’s pick: Texans 27, Broncos 13.


Washington at Packers

MDS’s take: Washington is somehow on a two-game winning streak, but I can’t see any way it goes to three in Green Bay.

MDS’s pick: Packers 28, Washington 12.

Florio’s take: Aaron Rodgers wants Packers fans to drink plenty before kickoff, in order to be loud. Washington fans are used to drinking after kickoff, for entirely different reasons.

Florio’s pick: Packers 35, Washington 17.


Bengals at Browns

MDS’s take: The Browns have had a disappointing season, but they still get to play the Bengals twice more, so a couple more wins are all but certain, starting Sunday in Cleveland.

MDS’s pick: Browns 24, Bengals 7.

Florio’s take: Cleveland officially has entered desperation territory. Even if they run the table, however, it likely won’t be good enough.

Florio’s pick: Browns 31, Bengals 21.


Ravens at Bills

MDS’s take: The Bills could make a huge statement in the AFC playoff race with a win over the Ravens, but I don’t see it happening. Lamar Jackson is just too good for the Bills’ defense to stop.

MDS’s pick: Ravens 27, Bills 13.

Florio’s take: The Ravens currently are operating on a level higher than every other team. And they’ll continue to do unless and until Lamar Jackson suffers an injury.

Florio’s pick: Ravens 23, Bills 17.


Panthers at Falcons

MDS’s take: Neither of these teams is going anywhere, but the Panthers are more likely to go into a full-on collapse after the firing of Ron Rivera.

MDS’s pick: Falcons 21, Panthers 20.

Florio’s take: The Falcons got extra time to get ready, and the Panthers got thrown into disarray five days before kickoff.

Florio’s pick: Falcons 30, Panthers 24.


Chargers at Jaguars

MDS’s take: Going back to Gardner Minshew was the right call for the Jaguars, who should go back to their winning ways after losing every game started by Nick Foles.

MDS’s pick: Jaguars 24, Chargers 21.

Florio’s take: Minshew Mania > Rivers Regret.

Florio’s pick: Jaguars 27, Chargers 21.


Titans at Raiders

MDS’s take: Ryan Tannehill has the Titans heading toward the playoffs, and he’ll help them to another big win in Oakland.

MDS’s pick: Titans 27, Raiders 17.

Florio’s take: The Raiders are down to two games left at the Coliseum, and Derek Carr could be down to four games left with the Raiders.

Florio’s pick: Raiders 23, Titans 20.


Chiefs at Patriots

MDS’s take: The AFC Championship Game rematch will be a lower-scoring game than it was when these teams met in January, but he result will be the same, the Patriots winning a close one.

MDS’s pick: Patriots 20, Chiefs 17.

Florio’s take: Go ahead and write off the Patriots.

Florio’s pick: Patriots 24, Chiefs 20.


Steelers at Cardinals

MDS’s take: The Steelers were once 0-3 and now they’re in playoff contention with an undrafted rookie at quarterback. If Mike Tomlin keeps winning he’s the coach of the year.

MDS’s pick: Steelers 24, Cardinals 21.

Florio’s take: The Steelers keep finding ways to win, which makes them a very dangerous team in January — if they get there.

Florio’s pick: Steelers 21, Cardinals 17.


Seahawks at Rams

MDS’s take: The Rams aren’t going down without a fight, but I just think the Seahawks are too good for them right now, and a loss on Sunday night pretty much ends the Rams’ playoff hopes.

MDS’s pick: Seahawks 24, Rams 17.

Florio’s take: The Seahawks keep finding ways to win prime-time games. The fact that this will be Pete Carroll’s last game at the Coliseum makes it an even bigger deal.

Florio’s pick: Seahawks 27, Rams 24.


Giants at Eagles

MDS’s take: The Eagles laid an egg last week against the Dolphins, and I just can’t see them playing that badly against bad teams two weeks in a row.

MDS’s pick: Eagles 21, Giants 17.

Florio’s take: If the Eagles can’t beat the Giants, the Eagles have no business being in the playoffs. (Then again, if the Eagles can beat the Giants, the Eagles likely have no business being in the playoffs.)

Florio’s pick: Eagles 27, Giants 13.

94 responses to “PFT’s Week 14 picks

  1. The Bills will upset the Ravens next week. Football winning streaks usually end after eight games all across the board. The Patriots, Penn State Nittany Lions, Alabama Crimson Tide, and 49ers all lost their ninth game. If the Ravens lose to the Bills, it will snap their eight-game winning streak right now.

    If the Ravens lose, they will become 5-4 all-time against the Bills, which would pay tribute to the 100th NFL Season of Super Bowl LIV. Upset has a reverse ordinal of 54 and a full reduction of 18. Bills also equal 54 and 18. The Bills will improve to 4-5 all-time against the Ravens. 2019 NFL Season has a full reduction of 45.

  2. Saints over 49ers
    Rams over hawks
    Chiefs over pats
    Bills over ravens
    Yes i knw the losing teams fans will be at my throat in a few minutes

  3. ” Adam Gase gets another shot at revenge.”

    What exactly does he have to get “revenge” over? He was paid millions and the Fins were a black hole of suck under Gase. He should be grateful for all the money he made for doing a terrible job.

  4. Why not go out on more limbs, Mike? More risque’ picks. You’re acting like the losing coach who kicks field goals so the final score looks closer.

  5. Chargers at Jaguars

    MDS’s take: Going back to Gardner Minshew was the right call for the Jaguars, who should go back to their winning ways after losing every game started by Nick Foles.

    MDS’s pick: Jaguars 24, Chargers 21.

    Florio’s take: Minshew Mania > Rivers Regret.

    Florio’s pick: Jaguars 27, Chargers 21.

    Hmmmm…. Does Minshew play defense?
    Love the kid and the mania, but until our D shows up I have 0 faith we win another game this year.

  6. Patriots 23 Chiefs 13 Mahomes will turn the ball over a couple of times to put the Pats at 11 and 2. Ravens 31 Bills 20 can’t see Lamar Jackson struggling against the Bills. Steelers 17 Cardinals 10 low scoring defensive game.

  7. As a Pats fan I’m very leery about this game. I don’t have much faith this offense can score even one touchdown. With all the money and Super Bowls Brady has gotten for Kraft over the years he owes it to Brady take a shot with Brown. That would cure the offensive woes in one swoop and make it more likely Gronk comes back next year.

    If that doesn’t happen I predict Brady is gone.

  8. The Ravens plow through Buffalo and win their 9th straight.

    Ravens 28
    Bills 21

    And the Cardinals give the Ravens an early Christmas present by beating the Steelers, and the Ravens are Kings of the North again.

    Cardinals 27
    Steelers 20

  9. “MDS’s take: The Cowboys are a better team than their 6-6 record suggests,”

    Statistics say they absolutely are not. Win strength this year is only 16, which is absolutely pathetic. I know PFT doesn’t really dive into the stats and analysis side, but at least be honest.

  10. Gonna be a cold damp night at Soldier Field. Da Bears have a D line that can poke holes in the cowpies $100 million a year O -line. If Da Bears get up early, they win. 20-17

  11. Once again. Gets near the end of the season & the Vikings start dropping like flies. Whoever their strength coach is, dude needs to go .

  12. The Patriots will turn it on when people least expect it. Brady sucks, the defense is overrated, the dynasty is over, the offense is horrible, and yadda yadda yawn. It’s all just noise. Belichick has something special up his sleeves.

  13. chunga85 says:
    December 5, 2019 at 12:41 pm
    With all the money and Super Bowls Brady has gotten for Kraft over the years he owes it to Brady take a shot with Brown. That would cure the offensive woes in one swoop and make it more likely Gronk comes back next year.

    *********************************************************************

    If Kraft were desperate and stupid enough to bring AB back for Round 2, he’d deserve what’s coming to him. I’d assume he learned his lesson from AB earlier this year followed by Gordon. Had Kraft not bothered with those two and went after lesser-known but reliable guys, Pats might not be in this situation at WR.

  14. freedomofspeechyesway says:
    December 5, 2019 at 12:44 pm
    “MDS’s take: The Cowboys are a better team than their 6-6 record suggests,”

    Statistics say they absolutely are not. Win strength this year is only 16, which is absolutely pathetic. I know PFT doesn’t really dive into the stats and analysis side, but at least be honest

    @@@@@@@@@@222

    Thanks free.

  15. The Ravens schedule is a who’s who of the top of the power rankings with wins over #2, #4, #5, #6.

    Meanwhile Buffalo’s is a who’s who of the bottom of the power rankings with wins over #32, #31, #29 (x2), #27.

    I think Buffalo has no chance here.

  16. Glad to see PFT ain’t joining the yearly salty mountain of hate’s caterwauling that Brady/Pats are done. I rate Texans (and knew that’d be a tough game) but much overlooked was Pats had to go on the road while decimated by flu – and losing more of their heavily patched o-line for half the game. They will get it together, only question is will it be quite enough, soon enough for a title this Feb? Dunno, but vChiefs this week is 50/50 in my book and I’m certain if it’s a loss the haters will be hollering & celebrating – much like last year when Pats lost 2 straight.

  17. Another scoreboard watching weekend for Clara and Seattle fans. To be honest, this is about as good as the regular season ever gets. If 9er fans would ever stop complaining about penalties and injuries….they might actually be bearable….not-

    Go Saints!

  18. You two are very brave to be doing this week after week — all the genius critics with their comments, less so.

  19. freedomofspeechyesway says:
    December 5, 2019 at 12:44 pm
    “MDS’s take: The Cowboys are a better team than their 6-6 record suggests,”

    Statistics say they absolutely are not. Win strength this year is only 16, which is absolutely pathetic. I know PFT doesn’t really dive into the stats and analysis side, but at least be hones
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    Actually the Cowboys have way too much talent to be 6-6 and have no significant victories. Many teams with less talent have done much better. Look at the Pats record!!

  20. As a Pats fan I’m very leery about this game. I don’t have much faith this offense can score even one touchdown. With all the money and Super Bowls Brady has gotten for Kraft over the years he owes it to Brady take a shot with Brown. That would cure the offensive woes in one swoop and make it more likely Gronk comes back next year.

    If that doesn’t happen I predict Brady is gone.

    Absolutely agree

  21. “Florio’s take: Adam Gase gets another shot at revenge. It would help to have Jamal Adams.”

    Revenge? So it’s the Dolphins’ fault that he was total crap when he coached them?

  22. Bills might be a secretly good matchup against the Ravens. Bills D excels at locking down TEs and taking away top receiving threats. Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram are going to have to win this with their legs. I think the Bills are going to dare Jackson to beat them with his arm by loading the box and keeping a spy. Meanwhile, the Bills offense excels on short game passing and outside zone running with Devin Singletary, something the Ravens struggled with last week in SF.

    I think the Ravens have a far superior offense, but the Bills defensive strengths match up very well against them. This will be tighter than most people think

  23. tylawspick6 says:
    December 5, 2019 at 12:39 pm
    Pats offense with a coming out party vs that flimsy D.

    10 14 Rate This
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    Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

  24. Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, and Sammy Watkins have all been pretty quiet for the last few weeks.

    Sometimes I wonder if Andy goes super conservative against lesser opponents like the raiders/Chargers but surely he’s going all in on this game. Unless he’s accepted they won’t be getting a bye, but will still host a wild card game.

    But with the Pats having to still play Buffalo, if KC could get the win Sunday, they’d have the tie-breaker for the #2 spot, and if somehow Baltimore drops 2 game (unlikely), KC would also have the tie-breaker over them and have home field advantage…

  25. exinsidetrader says:
    December 5, 2019 at 12:19 pm
    This would be more interesting and valuable if you used actual spreads in relation to your selections.
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    They can barely pick winners, you want them to get everything wrong?

  26. I’m a New England fan since the Raymond Berry era and surprised at the predictions. They needed 43 and 37 points last year to beat KC. Their defense is better, sure, but their offense is equally worse. We’ll see.

    If they do pull it off, they basically clinch a 1st round bye. Go Pats!

  27. FootballSeasonRules says:
    December 5, 2019 at 12:51 pm
    The Patriots will turn it on when people least expect it. Brady sucks, the defense is overrated, the dynasty is over, the offense is horrible, and yadda yadda yawn. It’s all just noise. Belichick has something special up his sleeves.

    ——————–

    I actually love it. It makes the PDS (Patriots Derangement Syndrome) go up into another stratosphere.

    Like last year. Absolutely priceless stuff.

    All the hand wringing the people with PDS do, makes it all worth it.

  28. Serious Seahawks fans of any intellect realize the preferred outcome is a 49ers victory over the Saints. All this prattle about “winning the division” is short-sighted weak-kneed cowardice. If you need the Saints to do your dirty work, then how you gonna win anything worthwhile?

  29. FootballSeasonRules says:
    December 5, 2019 at 12:51 pm
    The Patriots will turn it on when people least expect it. Brady sucks, the defense is overrated, the dynasty is over, the offense is horrible, and yadda yadda yawn. It’s all just noise. Belichick has something special up his sleeves.
    ——————-
    We know you’re lying. Belichick doesn’t have sleeves.

  30. “Actually the Cowboys have way too much talent to be 6-6 and have no significant victories. Many teams with less talent have done much better. Look at the Pats record!!”

    Maybe they do, maybe they don’t. People always talk about how talented Aaron Rodgers is, and what’s that done for Green Bay lately?

  31. That’s some serious confidence in the Browns saying those two games against Cincy are “all but certain” wins. The Browns have played so poorly and inconsistently there are no “all but certain” wins for them. AND Mayfield has been limited in practice and is going to be playing hurt AND the Bengals are coming off their first winso will have some confidence. That game has “trap” written all over it.

  32. Colts over Bucs – past 5 years the Bucs w/JW starting has only put up 2 wins in a row once a season… He played ok last week so here come a clunker.. the Colts have beaten some decent teams this season, the Bucs, not so much.

    Saints over 49ers – one of the best games this week and likely will be close and come down to who scores last… Home field advantage wins.

    Falcons over Panthers – its a toss up.. because the Panthers are making adjustment to the firing of Rivera and the Falcons trying to save their HCs job if poossible.

  33. Pats to get well against that abysmal KC defense. Wish Ravens were playing KC now instead of third game of the season. Now I think the Ravens would blow the Chiefs off the field.

  34. tokyosandblaster says:
    December 5, 2019 at 1:08 pm
    The Vikings lost the last time they played a 3rd string QB. Oh I’m sorry I’m sorry I’m sorry, they got a moral victory!

    Vikings 21 Lions 23
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    Watch the Redskins to keep it closer than any Gumby fan can see through their cheezy glasses.

  35. Washington has a roughly 1-in-512 chance to win the division. They need nine games to break right and if you count each of the nine as a 1-in-2 chance (it either goes their way or it doesn’t), it comes out to a 1-in-512 chance overall. A Bears win tonight would take it to 1-in-256. Go Bears!

  36. Cowboys fans absolutely feel that their 6-6 team is head and shoulders better than the 6-6 Bears. Yet, the Bears have won against a winning team this season. As a Bears fan, I hope the Cowboys players are equally as over confident as their fans.

  37. Pats/Chiefs is going to be all about whether the improved Chiefs D can pull a Belichick and take away what the Pats do best. If they can take away Edelman and limit damage in the run game, this will be a Chiefs W. Full stop.

  38. Florio’s take: Drew Lock is 1-0 as a starter. He won’t be 1-0 as a starter after Sunday.
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    Yeah he will either be 2-0 or 1-1. Unless he doesn’t start its impossible to be 1-0.

  39. terrystown says:
    December 5, 2019 at 1:58 pm
    What did Carr ever do to you, Mike?
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    He predicted they would win but also that Carr is going to lose his job. WTH?

  40. When will the Patriots realize they are not going anywhere without a deep threat to open space for Edelman? D. Thomas didn’t work out. J. Gordon didn’t work out. But A. Brown CAN work out. He’s thr missing link. He would have been the difference in the Ravens and Texans games.

    All they have to do is resign him and a 7th championship is suddenly in reach.

  41. flaccodelic says:
    December 5, 2019 at 1:11 pm
    tylawspick6 says:
    December 5, 2019 at 12:39 pm
    Pats offense with a coming out party vs that flimsy D.

    10 14 Rate This
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    Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
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    I think Brady did that years ago.

  42. The winners:

    Cowboys, Colts, Jets, 49ers, Vikes, Texans, Pack, Browns, Ravens, Falcons, Jags, Titans, Chiefs, Cards, ‘Hawks, and Giants.

  43. ricko112 : nah not even close – Buffalo is ridiculous, full of a drunken fan base , far below average mentality and forever the constant loser …….. the Yankees are NOT …….

  44. Those two Patriots-Chiefs games last year were classics. 43-40 in New England and then 37-31 in OT to launch the Patriots into the SB.

    There’s no way Brady is converting 3 3rd and 10s on any one drive with their current WR group. They really could have used Brown for this one.

    The one silver lining to losing this game woll be that it will light a fire under New England to finally bring him back.

  45. jeffreyshulenburg says:
    December 5, 2019 at 1:11 pm
    Bills might be a secretly good matchup against the Ravens. Bills D excels at locking down TEs and taking away top receiving threats. Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram are going to have to win this with their legs. I think the Bills are going to dare Jackson to beat them with his arm by loading the box and keeping a spy. Meanwhile, the Bills offense excels on short game passing and outside zone running with Devin Singletary, something the Ravens struggled with last week in SF.

    I think the Ravens have a far superior offense, but the Bills defensive strengths match up very well against them. This will be tighter than most people think
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    I’m not entirely convinced by the Bills, simply due the mediocre to poor run defense. Every team this year has tried to stop Lamar by loading the box and putting a spy on him, but the problem is the spy is usually a LB and the vast majority of LB’s aren’t fast enough to keep up with him. To really try to spy him you need to sub a LB for a CB unless you have a freak of nature LB. But with the Bills D, you can’t sub a LB for a CB because the CB will just get run over by Ingram and Edwards. So even if you manage to contain Lamar and 3 of the best TE’s in the league, the middle of the field will be wide open for the RB’s. You need to beat Lamar’s athleticism with equal athleticism on defense, and the Bills don’t have anyone that can match up to that

  46. I’m a Cowboys fan so I have dog in this fight. I’m also in aww of what the Patriots have done this past decade plus so there’s no hate when I say this. Patriots aren’t beating the Cheifs.

    I called the Texans winning by 14 last week. I’m calling for a similar beating this week. They’re defense, although great, just isnt a good match up for the Cheifs. Man coverage works great when you arent playing against track stars. One track star can cause problems and the Cheifs have at least 2. Then you add Kelce in the mix and it’s just a bad match up.

    Cheifs defense isn’t as good as the Texans and that may be the only reason the Patriots have a chance.

    I wouldnt be suprised if the Patriots win. I just don’t see it happening.

  47. As a Ravens fan this Bills game worries me. I honestly don’t believe the Bills are a better team all around, but this feels like one of those let down games. Before the season all of the focus was on this VERY difficult mid season stretch of games. The Seahawks, Patriots, Texans, Rams, and 49ers. If they could just survive those then they’d get a short break with the Bills and Jets before going to Cleveland. I just worry that this is a mental let down games, that and the Bills being better than everyone thought they’d be. We’ll know by how this game starts. If the Ravens come out the gate swinging, it’s over. If we see turnovers from the Ravens, something they haven’t done much this year, then the mental let down is on. If Buffalo pulls a SF and comes out swinging themselves, they are proving they’re legit. Should be interesting

  48. My team beat this team and this team beat that team. Then one day a strong rain came and washed all the crops away. At the age of 13 I felt I was carrying the weight of the whole world on my shoulders. So I told Mama I was gonna quit school but she said that was Daddy’s strictest rule.

    So obviously, all your picks are wrong.

  49. jimmygeewhiz says:
    December 5, 2019 at 1:01 pm

    You two are very brave to be doing this week after week — all the genius critics with their comments, less so.

    __________

    You’re Lions are in last place again. 63 years and counting.

    L0Lions!!!

  50. jimmygeewhiz says:
    December 5, 2019 at 1:01 pm

    You two are very brave to be doing this week after week — all the genius critics with their comments, less so.

    __________

    Your Lions are in last place again. 63 years and counting.

    L0Lions!!!

  51. Miami is gonna throttle the Jets.. the Jets are way worse than Miami and Miami is putrid horrible. So that just goes to show how terrible the Jets are

  52. JoeTorontoBlowsGoats says:
    December 5, 2019 at 2:43 pm
    Love the Pats fans saying they need Antonio Brown and Gronkowski to come back next year. You guys are 10-2. Quit acting so desperate.
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    That may be true but the Pats have played 4 teams with winning records and have lost two of those games. Their biggest need by far is at WR/TE. They will not get to the SB with the current group of receivers they have. TB and BB are currently whining to Mr Kraft, begging him to let the team sign AB.

  53. The Almighty Cabbage says:
    December 5, 2019 at 4:02 pm
    My team beat this team and this team beat that team. Then one day a strong rain came and washed all the crops away. At the age of 13 I felt I was carrying the weight of the whole world on my shoulders. So I told Mama I was gonna quit school but she said that was Daddy’s strictest rule.

    So obviously, all your picks are wrong.
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    Wow – you are dating yourself with that reference – Clarence Carter – 1970

  54. If the Steelers go 9-7 and just make the playoffs (quite possible, yet even more astonishing with just a 3rd string QB), the Tomlin hater’s heads will explode. Even if they finish 8-8, that would be amazing considering the major injuries at key positions all year. With one more win, Tomlin’s streak of never having a losing season will continue. And no, haters, they won’t lose out. 😉

  55. inozwetrust says:
    December 5, 2019 at 4:47 pm
    The Almighty Cabbage says:
    December 5, 2019 at 4:02 pm
    My team beat this team and this team beat that team. Then one day a strong rain came and washed all the crops away. At the age of 13 I felt I was carrying the weight of the whole world on my shoulders. So I told Mama I was gonna quit school but she said that was Daddy’s strictest rule.

    So obviously, all your picks are wrong.
    ——————————–
    Wow – you are dating yourself with that reference – Clarence Carter – 1970

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Indeed. It’s a timeless classic, though.

  56. Patriots aren’t getting AB and even if they do the league will not let him play. And Gronk is not walking through that door. Give it up Patriot fans it’s over! Over!

  57. savethebs says:
    December 5, 2019 at 2:14 pm
    Florio’s take: Drew Lock is 1-0 as a starter. He won’t be 1-0 as a starter after Sunday.
    —–
    Yeah he will either be 2-0 or 1-1. Unless he doesn’t start its impossible to be 1-0.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Could be 1-0-1…

  58. Hello delusional Pat’s fans…KC beat you when you had good teams. What do you think is going to happen now? Even comfy Foxboro and over the hill Brady can’t save you this weekend. Gonna be nice. Can’t wait to hear diehard hopeful, delusional banter after this one.

  59. Cowboys at Bears

    MDS’s take: The Cowboys are a better team than their 6-6 record suggests, and Dak Prescott having a big game in prime time against a good Bears defense may change some perceptions around the league.

    MDS’s pick: Cowboys 28, Bears 17.

    Florio’s take: The Cowboys are better than 6-6 would suggest, and the Bears are worse than 6-6 would suggest. Which of course means the Bears are going to win, but I still have fairytale faith in the underachievers from Dallas.

    Florio’s pick: Cowboys 24, Bears 16.

    Survey says: Bears 31, Cowboys 24.

  60. nite2al says:
    December 6, 2019 at 7:16 am

    Hello delusional Pat’s fans…KC beat you when you had good teams. What do you think is going to happen now? Even comfy Foxboro and over the hill Brady can’t save you this weekend. Gonna be nice. Can’t wait to hear diehard hopeful, delusional banter after this one.

    NE Super Bowls: 6, KC 1.Come back when you get to 5 Super Bowls.

  61. “Buffalo is ridiculous, full of a drunken fan base , far below average mentality and forever the constant loser …….. the Yankees are NOT …….”
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    Wellll, at least the yankees don’t lose constantly, anyway.

  62. Pats are 9-3 against the Chiefs since Belichick has been coach. That includes 2-0 last year, once in the AFCC gm. Belichick is also 7-2 vs AReid. Talk about delusional.

  63. The only team the Patriots beat that was above .500 was the Bills awhile back. All the teams they beat are garbage. And the 2 teams above .500, Ravens and Texans. Patriots lost. They are frauds. Chiefs win. Time for Brady to retire.

  64. Brian Caruk says:
    December 6, 2019 at 4:57 pm

    The only team the Patriots beat that was above .500 was the Bills awhile back. All the teams they beat are garbage. And the 2 teams above .500, Ravens and Texans. Patriots lost. They are frauds. Chiefs win. Time for Brady to retire.

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    Brady has more Super Bowls since 2000 than the so called Chiefs in their whole franchise.

  65. GP Lee says:
    December 5, 2019 at 12:23 pm

    Saints over 49ers
    Rams over hawks
    Chiefs over pats
    Bills over ravens
    Yes i knw the losing teams fans will be at my throat in a few minutes

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    If you bet those games, you’ve lost for the week.

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