Week 15 NFL Predictions


Week 14 of the NFL was one of the most exciting weeks we had this season. Teams are fighting for their playoff lives, and some are fighting for the top seed in the NFL. With only having four games left in the regular season, which teams will be in the playoffs and which teams will miss the playoffs?

Raiders @ Browns

Saturday, 4:30 p.m., NFL Network

The Raiders are coming off an embarrassing loss against the Chiefs. The Browns beat a division rival in the Ravens and kept their playoff chances alive. Baker Mayfield will be out of this game because he tested positive with Covid.

Browns win 20-17

Patriots @ Colts

Saturday, 8:20 p.m., NFL Network

The Patriots are on a seven-game win streak. They look to continue their win streak to 8. New England wants to hold on to the top seed in the AFC. Home-field advantage in the playoffs will be crucial with a rookie QB. The Colts are fighting for a playoff spot, and they need a win to stay in the playoff picture.

Patriots win 27-23

Panthers @ Bills

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., Fox

The Panthers and the Bills are coming off losses. Both teams are fighting for a chance to make the playoffs. However, I would say the Bills have more riding on this game. Cam return has fallen flat, and the Bills have Super Bowl talent.

Bills win 33-20

Texans @ Jaguars

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

The Texans and the Jaguars are both ball teams that are poorly run. Neither team has a little to play for in regards to the playoffs. The number one overall pick may be on the line.

Texans win 20-17

Titans @ Steelers

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

The Titans currently hold the 2nd seed in the AFC, every game at this point of the season matters. They can still take the top spot in the AFC. The Steelers have lost a few games they could’ve won. A win will be huge for Pittsburgh on Sunday to have a slight chance at making the playoffs. Steelers also could win the division if they win out.

Titans win 35-31

Cardinals @ Lions

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., Fox

The Arizona Cardinals are coming off a loss against the Rams where they lost the top seed in the NFL, and now they hold the 3rd seed in the NFC. The Cardinals need to get back on track and beat the Lions. At this point in the season for the Lions, any win will mean everything for them. DeAndre Hopkins will be out the rest of the regular season. A negative impact for the Cardinals.

Cardinals win 41-10

Jets @ Dolphins

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

Tua is playing closer to the top-flight talent he was drafted to be. Miami is on a five-game win streak and has turned their playoff chances around with this five-game win streak. On the other hand, the Jets are the bottom feeders of the AFC East. The game should be an easy win.

Dolphins win 28-24

Cowboys @ Giants

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., Fox

The Dallas Cowboys are playing a big division game against the New York Giants. Dallas has been trending downward since Dak’s return from energy. Still, the Cowboys are on the right track to winning the NFC East division. The Giants haven’t been very good, but anything can happen in a divisional rival game. New York has had QB issues all year from injury and inconvenient play.

Cowboys win 31-17

WSH Football Team @ Eagles

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., Fox

The Washington Football Team is looking to redeem themselves this week after the bad loss against the Cowboys. The Washington Football team currently is in the playoffs in the 7th spot. Washington will be going against a talented Eagles team still eyeing the postseason. Jalen Hurts play has been up and down all season. But when hot, Hurts is a hard match up to stop.

Washington Football team wins 31-28

Bengals @Broncos

Sunday, 4:05 p.m., CBS

The Bengals had an opportunity to take the lead in the AFC North division but lost to the 49ers. This week the Bengals can take over the division with a win and a Ravens loss. The Broncos will not be a pushover, and both teams are battling for a playoff spot. The Broncos have a strong defense going against a high-powered Bengals offense.

Bengals win 26-23

Falcons @ 49ers

Sunday, 4:05 p.m., CBS

The Falcons still have an outside shot at the playoffs. A team that was nearing a rebuild has played inspired football. Atlanta, tied with four other teams at 6-7. They are the 10th seed in NFC due to tiebreakers. The 49ers need a win to stay one game ahead of all the 6-7 teams in the 6th spot.

49ers win 30-23

Seahawks @ Rams

Sunday, 4:25p.m., Fox

Seahawks and the Rams are one of the biggest divisional rivals in the NFL. When it comes to this rivalry, the most talented team doesn’t always win. With slim hopes of the playoffs, the Seahawks now play spoiler. Wilson has not been the same since returning from energy. The Rams are coming off the best win of their season.

Rams win 38-36

Packers @ Ravens

Sunday, 4:25p.m., Fox

The Green Bay Packers are coming off an incredible weekend where they took the number one NFL seed with a win over the Chicago Bears. The Ravens right now may be without their best player in Lamar Jackson. Both ball clubs would need a win. The Bucs are right on the Green Bay heels for the top seed, and the Ravens need a win to keep the top spot in the AFC North division.

Packers win 41-24

Saints @ Buccaneers

Sunday, 8:20p.m., NBC

The Saints beat the Buccaneers in their first meeting this season. The Buccaneers have not won a game against the Saints in the regular season since Tom Brady arrived. The Bucs will be very motivated to beat the Saints on Sunday and get some payback. Brady and company are in a tight fight for the NFC seed.

Buccaneers win 45-20

Vikings @ Bears

Monday, 8:15p.m., ESPN

The Vikings will be facing a Bears team that played the Green Bay Packers very competitively. Will the Vikings get the job done, or will the Bears pull off the upset? A Vikings win; will put them in a prime position to take over the 7th playoff spot.

Vikings win 27-17

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