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They got hot early before going on a three-game losing streak, and even this recent run was interrupted by two embarrassing road losses to the Indianapolis Colts and Texans. Washington's roster is badly depleted. And my prevailing thought was that it's been quite some time since we had a chance to laugh at the Raiders. Furthermore, Chicago suffered a major blow when cornerback Bryce Callahan suffered a broken foot in Sunday's victory over the Los Angeles Rams. With actual money. Two of our three analysts are on board with the hometown Buffalo Bills with just 2. Taking the better team and the points isn't rocket science. Plus, Arizona is making the dreaded cross-country trip for a 1 p. On the road. But beyond that, Oakland played strong defense in a Week 14 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, and those guys appear to be playing hard for Jon Gruden. The larger sample says the Jets are inconsistent and untrustworthy with a toothless defense and a mistake-prone offense, while the Texans are defensively stout and offensively steady. But we don't have unanimity, as our top predictor is rolling with the still clearly superior Bears minus those six points at home. They have little to lose and have that Rodgers guy at quarterback, while their opponent is coming off a somewhat shorter week and is dealing with the Callahan injury. And while the Jaguars aren't exactly a scoring machine, they might not have to ask for much from quarterback Cody Kessler against a run defense that has been hammered on the ground throughout the second half of the season. But again, lone wolves have excelled throughout the season here, and Sobleski isn't taking a big risk with the underdog. While the Denver Broncos are almost never an easy out in Colorado, all three of our experts are backing the Browns with three points to play with Saturday night at Mile High. Even if the Pack can't do the same, it isn't hard to imagine this being another close contest. Coming off what some might consider a moral victory on the road against the high-powered Chiefs, the majority of our crew thinks the motivated Ravens have another one-sided win in their sights Sunday against the deeply flawed, out-of-contention Bucs. But two of our three panelists figure the Falcons are due while laying nine points at home against the struggling Arizona Cardinals. That might seem odd on the surface, but the majority of our panelists are siding with the G-Men at home. The Tennessee Titans are playoff contenders with a record and four wins in their last six games, but they're actually getting points against the New York Giants. Two of our three panelists have the desperate Packers covering a six-point spread as an underdog in Chicago. But this is a game to avoid. Rookie Jets quarterback Sam Darnold is coming off a strong performance against the Bills, but this Houston defense packs a lot more punch than Buffalo's. But Elliott and Martin should have green lights Sunday, and the Colts have had trouble all season long with strong defensive opponents. Predictions Davenport: Buffalo The Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven't won on the road since they beat the Saints despite giving up 40 points back in Week 1, while the Baltimore Ravens have three home victories by double-digit margins this season. Essentially down to a fourth-string quarterback, the 'Skins trailed the Giants through three quarters last week. The Vikings have only done so once since their Week 10 bye. Throw in that Tennessee lost starting right tackle Jack Conklin and tight end Jonnu Smith last week against Jacksonville, and it's easy to see why the Giants are the pick for Gagnon and Davenport. On purpose. Cincinnati has indeed been terrible at home, and the Bengals appear to be playing out the string sans Andy Dalton and A. Look for the league's interception leader Darnold has 15 picks in only 10 games to run into trouble against J. They did hang with the Chargers in L. ET start, which rarely plays in a Western team's favor. Minnesota has won three of its last four home games by at least seven points, while Miami has lost five consecutive road games by an average margin of While this might seem like a no-brainer, the oddsmakers know what they're doing, and Sobleski sees holes in the Minnesota blowout narrative. That'll make it easier to swallow those seven points. All aboard the payback express. Play design and a young signal-caller performing at a veteran level give the Browns an edge, though. Granted, most spreads don't come close to that range, which makes sense considering that 54 percent of games have been decided by one score up from 47 percent in However, the trio is at least above. Predictions Davenport: New York Our gang is unanimously siding with another AFC South team in Sunday's matchup between the Washington Redskins and Jacksonville Jaguars, mainly because Washington is a hot mess that might have given up on the season. I'd call it a toss-up, but it's difficult to tell heads from tails when you flip a turd. The Falcons could finally explode Sunday against a bad team, but they themselves are also a bad team. So are the Bears. But you've been warned, so don't complain if our majority is wrong. Predictions Davenport: Baltimore The Atlanta Falcons have failed to cover the spread in a league-worst 10 of their 13 games this season, per TeamRankings. Only three teams this season have covered the spread against the Seattle Seahawks, who continue to exceed the expectations of oddsmakers and the public with an record and the fourth-best scoring differential in the NFC.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I mean, I guess we laugh at them every time Khalil Mack records a sack or Amari Cooper scores a touchdown, but the Raiders have generally avoided embarrassment on the field ever since the San Francisco 49ers crushed them in Week 9. Our guys are leaning in Atlanta's direction, but this one also requires discretion. But this is the week that changes, because the Redskins might be the worst team in the NFL right now. The first-place Houston Texans suffered a disappointing loss last week, while the last-place New York Jets experienced an uplifting victory. That was at home, and the four-win Giants didn't have superstar receiver Odell Beckham Jr. It's hard to find a worse idea than giving Cousins a fully guaranteed windfall…but it isn't impossible. The Packers showed signs of life in their first game post-Mike McCarthy last week, and they've been known to make late-season runs. He wants to be more physical and balanced overall. But with their playoff position hanging by a thread, the more talented Vikes need this badly, while the Dolphins feel like a team destined to fall back to earth. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Five double-digit underdogs have won straight-up this year — the Oakland Raiders were the latest to do so in Week 14 — yet favorites are an even against the spread under those circumstances. Bolstering that argument is the fact that the Broncos—who have lost three of their last four home games—struggled mightily without injured starters Emmanuel Sanders and Chris Harris Jr. In a matchup between two untrustworthy teams, I'll take the home squad by a field goal, especially if that team is coming off a loss and its opponent is coming off a win. But this spread is falling. The Bills have the better run defense and a more opportunistic D as a whole, which could be advantageous in a matchup between two mistake-prone teams in the cold. You might have noticed that it's particularly difficult getting a read on games between teams that are either eliminated from contention or nearly out. However, Sobleski's gut tells him the Titans pull this one out, so we lack unanimity. The Cleveland Browns needed a week to regroup following a major coaching shakeup at the end of October, but ever since losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in their first game sans Hue Jackson, they've been one of the best teams in the NFL. Only two other teams have failed to cover on more than seven occasions. The backdoor will likely at least be open for one of the league's highest-scoring teams to cover a 7. Bosa, who has four sacks in three starts since his return from a foot injury, could be a difference-maker Thursday night. But this isn't the Falcons," Davenport said in dissent. My gut says cold weather and defense will good God I'm laying points with Buffalo overcome an offense that got outgained indoors last week by Arizona. I'm well-aware of the Bears' struggles against the Packers in the Aaron Rodgers era, including the Week 1 collapse at Lambeau. Gary Davenport : Brad Gagnon : Brent Sobleski : It isn't uncommon for the loser of the first game to get revenge in the second game of an in-season rematch, and the Chargers have had plenty of time to study Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs since falling in their season opener. Gagnon—who is when picking as a lone wolf the last two weeks—disagrees, citing Arizona's Week 13 victory in Green Bay and half-decent road performances in San Francisco, Minnesota and Kansas City the team covered in all three games. With center Travis Frederick already out and left tackle Tyron Smith less than percent, that's far from ideal. The Dolphins beat the New England Patriots with one of the most buzzed-about plays of the year Sunday, while the Vikings offense spent most of Monday night's nationally televised loss to the Seattle Seahawks in a coma. Which means people are betting on the Dolphins. But in defense of Gagnon's dissent, the Cowboys are only on the road and are dealing with fresh injuries to star offensive players Ezekiel Elliott who missed Wednesday's practice with a shoulder injury and Zack Martin who is dealing with a sprained left MCL. I wish they were getting a full three points, but I still think they win outright against a Bengals team that has lost three straight home games by at least 14 points each. Big spreads tend to be tantalizing, but not in this case. Granted, it hasn't been as of late, but the Cardinals offense is far worse off with a rookie quarterback and a completely rebuilt offensive line due to injuries. That's at least partly why our experts are unanimously laying six points with the former on the road. Following two big wins, Tennessee's Week 15 crash feels inevitable. The Cowboys have become exactly that, having surrendered only 19 points per game during their current five-game winning streak. The Dolphins, meanwhile, have scored 21 or more points in each of their last three contests. Watt and Co. Those guys won't be back to save the day for a team that has been crushed by injuries and might be running out of gas. New York has won four of five since its Week 9 bye and just put up 40 points on the Washington Redskins despite not having top receiver Odell Beckham Jr. I'm not sure they'll have an answer for the problems Lamar Jackson has been presenting, and Baltimore's strong pass defense should have a field day against the Bucs' one-dimensional attack. Is the seven-point spread for Sunday's matchup between the home favorite Minnesota Vikings and road underdog Miami Dolphins the result of overreaction to extreme Week 14 performances from both sides? That approach often leads to much tighter contests. The Cards have surrendered only 34 total points in back-to-back games, while Atlanta seems to be dreaming of the offseason following five consecutive games with 20 or fewer points. There'll also be games on Sunday this week, and one of the early headliners features the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears, who met in a Week 1 barnburner and might be in line for another closely contested duel Sunday at Soldier Field. The Giants are killing it with basically nothing to lose, and that should continue with Beckham likely to return Sunday against Tennessee.