Picking Winners for Week 12 in the NFL
Buffalo at Detroit Buffalo.
New York Giants at Dallas Dallas.
New England at Minnesota Minnesota.
Tampa Bay at Cleveland Tampa Bay. It would not surprise me in the least if the Browns spring the upset, but I just can't pick Jacoby Brissett over Tom Brady even at Brady's advanced age.
Atlanta at Washington Washington. Taylor Heinicke is playing so well that he will continue to play quarterback even when Carson Wentz is healthy. The Commanders should win this one at home.
Chicago at New York Jets New York Jets. The quarterback situation in New York is up in the air. Zach Wilson has played so badly and acted so immaturely that he has temporarily lost the job. The Jets defense is playing so well that they will probably win this game regardless of who plays quarterback.
Denver at Carolina Denver. I don't know if the Broncos have it in them to win a road game, but if they do, it'll be in Charlotte this Sunday.
Cincinnati at Tennessee Tennessee. I know the Bengals are favored, but the Titans are a tough football team, and they owe the Bengals one since their playoff loss to them in January.
Baltimore at Jacksonville Baltimore. Have you seen the Ravens schedule the rest of this year? It's not too tough. They should continue their roll with a win against the Jaguars.
Houston at Miami Miami. The Dolphins offense is so high powered that they might have enough points to win the game by halftime.
Las Vegas at Seattle Seattle. The Raiders are playing decent football for a team with their won-lost record, but winning a game in Seattle is a tall order for these Raiders.
Los Angeles Chargers at Arizona Los Angeles Chargers. The Chargers took a tough loss to the Chiefs last week and are desperate for a win. I think they will get it. Justin Herbert is clearly a better quarterback than anyone on the Cardinals roster.
Los Angeles Rams at Kansas City Kansas City. The Rams seem a bit lost lately, and Matt Stafford will not play in this game. Combine that with the fact that the Chiefs feel that they owe the Rams one for the 54-51 loss the last time these two teams played four years ago on Monday night. The Chiefs are tired of seeing that game on NFL highlights, so this game could get ugly for the Rams.
New Orleans at San Francisco San Francisco. I don't think this will be much of a game by the time the 4th quarter rolls around.
Green Bay at Philadelphia Philadelphia. With Aaron Rodgers anything is possible, but I think the Eagles are a more complete team and should squeeze out a close win.
Pittsburgh at Indianapolis Indianapolis. A lot of people are mad that Jeff Saturday got the Colts head coaching job without having much coaching experience at all. They can hate if they want. All I know is Saturday has the Colts playing hard, and that might be enough to carry them over the Steelers with the nation watching on Monday night.
May God always be your number 1 draft pick!