Sunday, December 19, 2010

Week 15 NFL Picks

If there was any reason why an 18-game schedule should be opposed by the NFL owners it’s the health of their players, especially the quarterbacks. Potentially 12 teams could be starting a player at quarterback who was one of the backups when the season began. Nineteen teams in total have used more than one quarterback this season.
Some of the changes have to deal with inadequacy, but still it has been a revolving door at the position this year, more so than in any year in recent memory. Now Week 15, some of those changes come at the most crucial times in playoff races.

Green Bay without Aaron Rodgers and Kansas City without Matt Cassel are two real possibilities this week, and it’s hard to imagine their backups picking up the slack.

Here are the Week 15 picks, home team listed in all caps, the predicted winner listed first.

SAN DIEGO over San Francisco (Picked on Twitter on Thursday)

Cleveland over CINCINNATI

DALLAS over Washington

Houston over TENNESSEE

INDIANAPOLIS over Jacksonville

ST. LOUIS over Kansas City

MIAMI over Buffalo

TAMPA BAY over Detroit

Arizona over CAROLINA

New Orleans over BALTIMORE

Philadelphia over NEW YORK GIANTS

Atlanta over SEATTLE

New York Jets over PITTSBURGH

OAKLAND over Denver

NEW ENGLAND over Green Bay

Chicago over MINNESOTA

This Week: 1-0

Last Week:11-5

Season: 130-78

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