Bleacher report nfl week 17 picks every game

Last week of the NFL regular season 2014 and there are still two tickets to the playoffs four division titles and define the order of selection for the 2015 draft.

After the duel vs. Bengals Steelerstwelve teams prepare for the postseason while 20 more will have to do a thorough analysis of its failure and make changes to the “Black Monday”.

One of them will have the honor of qualifying playoffs with a losing record (Panthers and Falcons),Lions and Bengals while your advantage and try consevar division champions crowned at Packers and Steelers, respectively.

The Seahawks seem to have a more accessible game against the Rams to reassert the division title and become serious candidates to repeat in the Super Bowl.

Bleacher report nfl week 17 picks every game

As every week, we bring you the betting odds, this time for the week 17 of the NFL


Although there are twelve teams with “them” possibilities, are really more like eight that have a chance of reaching the Super Bowl. The easy path does not exist in the NFL, so if they intend to give to the seeded first in each Conference, Patriots and Falcons marine, good luck, that happened last year and since 2009. I doubt that you recur.


Four biggest games of Week 17 NFL
Panthers vs. Falcons (Sunday afternoon). None of the two teams deserve to go to the playoffs, but one of the two will be in the NFC South divisional champion. The Panthers go for their second consecutive title and are playing in the past year. The Falcons have not defensive, but Matt Ryan and the advantage playing at home. Triumph of Atlanta by 3 points or less.

Rams vs. Seahawks (Sunday afternoon). After being humiliated in San Luis and left with a 3-3 mark, Seattle woke up and began his ascent in the NFC West. On that occasion, the Seahawks largely dominated the Rams and lost the game on special teams. They now look as the champion of the Super Bowl and a win would ensure them repeat the path of another NFL title. Seahawks victory by more than 14 points.

Bengals vs. Steelers (Sunday night). The two teams are qualified, but the AFC North title can change them their way into the playoffs. Both have 6-2 after week 8 and two weeks ago, the Steelers crushed the Bengals, who are seeking their fifth straight road win.If the defense of Cincinnati hold off Le’Veon Bell can win the game, otherwise it will again contain lose. Steelers win by less than 7 points.

Lions vs. Packers (Sunday afternoon). Another duel qualified, both fighting for the NFC North and the winner could even have the advantage of playing the playoffs at home.Aaron Rodgers and Packers are measured at the best defense in the NFL, and while playing at Lambeau Field, that puts some pressure. The Packers are undefeated at home so did not hesitate to win by less than 10 points.

The rest of the week will be so:

Cowboys vs. Redskins (Sunday at noon). Revenge game. The Cowboys need win and expect results to know if lie the first week of playoffs, taking care of Tony Romo and DeMarco Murray. The Redskins just fighting for pride. Dallas win by 10 points or more.

Browns vs. Ravens (Sunday at noon). The Ravens is a very good team and if they qualify they will be dangerous in the postseason, they measure the unknown QB Connor Shaw after the injury of Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel. Baltimore win by more than 10 points.

Jaguars vs. Texans (Sunday at noon). The Texans will seek to close a successful year after year of 2-14 to be playoff contenders, only that the injuries those limited, that have to J.J. Watt as the MVP. The Jaguars are still in reconstruction. Houston win by 14 points or more.

Colts vs. Titans (Sunday at noon). The Colts should avoid injury in the playoffs, the Titans are the worst team in the NFL. Indianapolis win by 14 points or more.

Jets vs. Dolphins (Sunday at noon). Ends the era Rex Ryan in a rivalry that goes down. Joe Philbin and Ryan Tannehill have insurance of their work in 2015. Miami win by 7 points.

Chargers vs. Chiefs (Sunday at noon). Winning the Chargers they have a ticket to postseason, they already did in Baltimore and San Francisco. The Chiefs without Alex Smith were left without a solid offensive. Triumph of the Chargers by more than 7 points.

Bears vs. Vikings (Sunday at noon). Last chance for as titular QB Jay Cutler and Marc Trestman as coach of Chicago, although it is likely that the two be dismissed. For the Vikings, Mike Zimmer, Norv Turner and Teddy Bridgewater had a good year. Minnesota victory by more than 14 points.

Bills vs. Patriots (Sunday at noon). The Bills, plagued by injuries, had a great season and gave fight to the Patriots in the AFC East. Tom Brady and the Pats offense is almost ready for the playoffs. New England win by 7 points or more.

Eagles vs. NY Giants (Sunday at noon). Philadelphia had a dismal month of December where lost everything in less than four weeks (leadership of the national, Divisional and playoff). The Giants have three triumphs consesutivos and still not defined the future of coach Tom Coughlin. Triumph of the Giants by less than 7 points.

Raiders vs. Broncos (Sunday afternoon). Peyton Manning and Broncos must beware of injury for the postseason, but must earn to rest the first week. The Raiders have Derek Carr to a QB with a great future. Denver victory by more than 14 points.

Saints vs. Buccaneers (Sunday at noon). The Bucs have secured a top 5 selection in the 2015 draft, but still have fight all year. The Saints will try to win and forget a season where let go the playoffs losing at home. NOT by more than 10 points victory.

Cardinals vs. 49ers (Sunday afternoon). Could it be Jim Harbaugh’s last game with the 49ers? It is possible, so their players want it to say goodbye with a victory. Arizona will test their fourth QB to holder with Logan Thomas and they will be ready for the playoffs. Triumph of the 49ers by less than 10 points. [banner_abajo]

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