Friday, December 20, 2013
NFL Football - Week Sixteen Preview
Miami at Buffalo - The Dolphins have been on a roll ... can they keep it going?
Minnesota at Cincinnati - The Bengals get some "home cooking" this week.
Indianapolis at Kansas City - This game might be a playoff preview ... take the Chiefs.
Tampa Bay at St. Louis - The Rams are a different team at home.
Cleveland at NY Jets - Will this be the last time Rex Ryan coaches the Jets at the Meadowlands?
Dallas at Washington - The Cowboys MUST WIN this game or else.
New Orleans at Carolina - The battle for first place in the NFC South... take the Panthers because the Saints struggle on the road.
Tennessee at Jacksonville - If the Jaguars win this game, they are in second place after starting 0-8.
Denver at Houston - Broncos win this game and Peyton Manning could break TD pass record in this one.
Arizona at Seattle - The Seahawks will not let the amazing Cardinals win this one.
NY Giants at Detroit - The Lions can't lose to the hapless Giants, can they?
Pittsburgh at Green Bay - The Packers are still alive in the NFC North.
Oakland at San Diego - The Chargers should win this game, but will likely be eliminated from the playoff race this week.
New England at Baltimore - The Ravens refuse to give up and want a chance to defend the Super Bowl crown.
Chicago at Philadelphia - The Sunday night "prime time" game should be a good one. Take the Eagles.
Atlanta at San Francisco - Why bother? 49ers roll!
The Heftyinfo picks for Week Sixteen ... (Home teams are listed in BOLD; Lock of the week pick is listed in BOLD CAPS.)
Buffalo over Miami
Cincinnati over Minnesota
Kansas City over Indianapolis
St. Louis over Tampa Bay
NY Jets over Cleveland
Dallas over Washington
Carolina over New Orleans
Tennessee over Jacksonville
Denver over Houston
Seattle over Arizona
Detroit over NY Giants
Green Bay over Pittsburgh
SAN DIEGO over Oakland
New England over Baltimore
Philadelphia over Chicago
San Francisco over Atlanta
Last Week's Record: 8-8
SEASON RECORD: 142-81-1
Lock of the Week Record: 13-2