Albert Breer went 7-8 with his predictions in Week 15 and is now 142-78 for the season. Can he bounce back in Week 16? His picks are below, with home teams listed second:
A prideful defense got shredded in San Diego last week. And a Browns offense that's struggled is now in line to have some pent-up aggression taken out on it.
Raheem Morris' comments about Tampa being a "better football team" than Carolina didn't go unnoticed. Side note: Since Albert Haynesworth came in, Bucs are 0-6. And Pats are 6-0.
Arizona has a lot to be excited about with the way the past two months have gone, but Cincinnati has a lot more to play for. And the Bengals are at home.
New England remains among the most difficult teams to peg in the league, and I think Miami will continue to add to that murkiness by producing plenty on offense in a loss.
Few folks realize how well Tony Romo has played since shedding the flak jacket six games ago. On a big stage, he'll show that, outgunning fellow sore-ribbed QB Mike Vick.
By kickoff, the Seahawks could find their playoff hopes flagging even worse than they are now. But it won't mean quitting time for a club that kept fighting, even after a real rough start.
Green Bay will prove a point and lock up home field. Then it'll be decision time, with the possibility existing that the Pack could keep a division rival, Detroit, out of the playoffs in Week 17.
Should be incredibly entertaining, as these NFC South showdowns typically have been. The Atlanta defense is playing well, too, but it's pretty tough to go against Drew Brees right now.
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