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NFL Draft Diamonds Week 14 Picks and Predictions

Draft Diamonds LogoLast week we went 8-6, which now puts us over 100 wins on the year. That is not good considering it is week 14.  We are 104-75 on the season, and that is not acceptable. Even though we had a winner record on the season, it is not by many, so let’s fix that over the next couple weeks.

Buffalo Bills v. Philadelphia Eagles

LeSean McCoy puts on a show returning to the city of brotherly love. The fans give him a standing ovation and he tears it up for 200 all purpose yards. Bills shock the Eagles 35-31.

San Francisco 49ers v. Cleveland Browns

Blaine Gabbert gets another win.  Johnny Manziel tries his best to rally the troops, but the 49ers fierce defense is able to win the game for the 49ers.  With Pierre Desir being inactive again, the thin defensive backfield of the Browns gets taken advantage of.  49ers 34-Browns 21

Detroit Lions v. St. Louis Rams

Matthew Stafford and the red hot Lions keep it going. They are able to win against the Rams today, who will be playing Case Keenum again.  Lions get after him early and they win a close game. 21-20

New Orleans Saints v. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jameis Winston is playing like a Pro Bowler. While I have went against him the past couple week, I am going to rock with him this week. The Saints defense is garbage and Jameis is playing lights out. Bucs 40- Saints 28

Tennessee Titans v. New York Jets

Tennessee Titans young connection of Mariota and DGB connect early and often. The Titans are able to shock the Jets today in New York.  The Titans eat up the banged up secondary of the Jets. Titans win 28-7.

Pittsburgh Steelers v. Cincinnati Bengals

Bengals at home are hard to beat, but the Steelers need this game.  The Steelers come up guns blazing, and score early. After the score they go for two.  They are up 8-0 and then they onsides it and recover. The Bengals are shocked when the Steelers pull away with a 15-0 led within the first 5 minutes of the game. Playing catch up the Bengals can not come back and win.  The Steelers win 29-27.

Indianapolis Colts v. Jacksonville Jaguars

Blake Bortles is playing big boy football, and they always play the Colts tough at least one game. Today is that day, and the Jaguars rebound after a tough game last week.  The Jaguars win 20-14.

San Diego Chargers v. Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs at home are never an easy team to beat. While I would like to see Philip Rivers pull it off, I know it won’t happen. Chiefs win 28-17

Washington Redskins v. Chicago Bears

The Washington Redskins have been playing good football and today it continues. In our first overtime game of the day the Redskins get it done, when Cousins finds Pierre Garcon to end the game. 20-13

Atlanta Falcons v. Carolina Panthers

I won’t go against the Panthers. I love Josh Norman against Julio Jones, and if he does in fact shut him down today, he will get PAID a crazy and insane amount of money.  Panthers win 42-37 and Josh Norman holds Julio Jones to 45 yards on 11 targets.

Seattle Seahawks v. Baltimore Ravens

Seahawks blow out the Baltimore Ravens and it is not even close.  The Seahawks look playoff ready.  They win by 14.  28-14

Oakland Raiders v. Denver Broncos

Denver Broncos are able to pull off a win today but it will not be easy. The Oakland Raiders take the Broncos to overtime and have a chance to beat the Broncos. They lose when Sebastian Janokowski misses a 49 yard field goal with seconds remaining to tie the game in OT. Broncos 33- Raiders 30

Dallas Cowboys v. Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Packers dominate! Rodgers throws for 350 yards and the Packers win easily 35-17.

New England Patriots v. Houston Texans

Tom Brady losing three in a row? Hell no, it don’t happen and the Patriots win in a close battle. Patriots 21-Texans 20.

New York Giants v. Miami Dolphins

New York FOOTBALL Giants win in a thriller on Monday NIght. The Dolphins have the opportunity to win, but Odell Beckham Jr. catches a deep bomb over Brent Grimes to seal the win. Dolphins 20 and the Giants 27.

 

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