Week 14 Predictions

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Photo Courtesy of the Associated Press (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Photo Courtesy of the Associated Press (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Week 13 is in the history books, and week 14 in the NFL will be another fun week to watch in the NFL. With the playoffs kicking off in January, there are a lot of teams that can make a run at a Super Bowl. Which team will take that leap and become one of the best teams going into the playoffs?

Ravens @ Browns

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

The Baltimore Ravens are coming off a tough loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. They lose the top seed in the AFC. The Ravens and the Browns are division rivals, and the Ravens won the first meeting. The Cleveland Browns will be determined to beat Baltimore on their home turf.

Ravens win 21-17

Cowboys @ Washington

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., Fox

The NFC East has been led by the Dallas Cowboys all season. However, the Washington football team has won four consecutive games and is looking to upset the Cowboys. If the Cowboys lose Sunday, they will only be one game in the division. Will the Cowboys win, or will Washington beat the Cowboys and make a run at the division?

Washington Football Team win 24-23

Raiders @ Chiefs

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

The Kansas City Chiefs have looked off at times this year. The Chiefs have won the AFC the past two seasons and are forming into shape. KC has rallied five consecutive wins and seeking to make another Super Bowl run. On the other hand, the Raiders have an opportunity to beat the Chiefs. If the Silver and black spoil their day

Chiefs win 28-20

Seahawks @ Texans

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., Fox

The Seahawks are coming off a big division win against the 49ers. Seattle is trying to rally some wins late in the season. The Houston Texans are a subpar football team. Any wins at this point in the season will be good for them.

Seahawks win 30-13

Jaguars @ Titans

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

The Jacksonville Jaguars are facing a division rival in the Tennessee Titans. Jaguars are trying to pull off a big upset against a Titans. The Titans are fighting for a top seed in the AFC. Every win is crucial, especially what seems like an easy win. The AFC race is tight.

Titans wins 33-21

Saints @ Jets

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

The Saints are going on the road this Sunday. Their QB play has been horrible thus far. The losers of five straight; need a win to have any hopes of a late playoff run. New York has the home-field advantage and hasn’t been much better. The defense has been solid, but the QB position has suffered injuries all year.

Saints win 26-13

Falcons @ Panthers

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., Fox

Both the Atlanta Falcons and the Panthers are trying to improve to (6-7) on the season. Both teams are battling for second in the NFC South. The game is a sneaky pivotal game to slide into the last playoff spot in the NFC.

Falcons win 30-27

Lions @ Broncos

Sunday, 4:05 p.m, Fox

The Lions are coming off their first win of the season. They’re going for another win against the Broncos. On the other hand, the Broncos are coming off a tough loss against the Chiefs, and they are looking to bounce back and stay alive in the playoff hunt.

Broncos win 34-27

Giants @ Chargers

Sunday, 4:05 p.m., Fox

The Giants are facing a Chargers team fighting for a playoff spot. New York will love to beat the Chargers and make their playoff chances more difficult. The Chargers; are competing with the Chiefs for the top seed in the AFC West division.

Chargers 35-17

49ers @ Bengals

Sunday, 4:25 p.m., CBS

Both the 49ers and the Cincinnati Bengals are coming off losses, and both ball clubs need a win to stay alive in the playoff race. The match-up to keep an eye on is the 49er’s defense against the high-powered Bengals offense.

Bengals win 31-28

Bills @ Buccaneers

Sunday, 4:25 p.m., CBS

The Bills are coming off a bad loss at home against the New England Patriots, and they are trying to stay in the playoff picture. However, the Bills are playing a Buccaneers team in playoff mode closer to the playoffs. Tom Brady is the favorite to win the MVP so far in the season. Will the Bills upset the Bucs, or will the Bucs be too much for the Bills?

Buccaneers win 41-27

Bears @ Packers

Sunday, 8:20 p.m., NBC

On Sunday night football, the NFL will be witnessing one of the greatest rivals in NFL history. The Bears and Packers always live up to the hype, and both teams have no love for each other. The Packers are competing for the top seed in the NFC, and the Bears are not a good team record-wise, but anything is possible in rivalry games. Will Green Bay remain in the hunt for the top seed, or will the Bears pull off the upset?

Packers win 33-23

Rams @ Cardinals

Monday, 8:15 p.m., ESPN

The Rams and the Cardinals will be the biggest game in week 14. The Rams need a statement win against a legit Super Bowl contender. Los Angles is (1-3) in their last four games. The Cardinals are still only one game ahead of the Packers and Buccaneers for the top seed. Every game is pivotal at this point in the season.

Cardinals win 36-30

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