Injured Tom Brady will be enough vs Jets

Week 12 Sunday NFL Predictions

Week 12 Sunday NFL Predictions

Week 12 Sunday gives us a healthy second helping of intriguing games with playoff implications. Among the highlights of the 1pm games, San Diego travels to Houston in what could be an elimination matchup. The Chargers sit at 4-6 and likely need to sweep their remaining six opponents to have a shot at a wildcard. Houston is 6-4 and atop the mild AFC South, however the Titans may still have something to say about that.

Seattle and Tampa Bay highlight our 4pm games, with the young Bucs looking to get national attention with a signature win at home. The Seahawks are looking to keep up with Dallas, who moved to 10-1 with their win on Thanksgiving.

Tonight, the Patriots and Jets renew their rivalry, and the health of Tom Brady is in question. Brady missed two days of practice this week, however ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported this morning Brady and TE Rob Gronkowski will both start. Tom Brady at 80 percent is better than any quarterback on New York’s roster.

Week 12 Sunday NFL Predictions

Cardinals at Falcons
Pick: Falcons 27 Cardinals 24

Jaguars at Bills
Pick: Bills 20 Jags 14

Titans at Bears
Pick: Titans 23 Bears 9

Giants at Browns
Pick: Giants 34 Browns 17
Week 12 Sunday NFL Predictions

49ers at Dolphins
Pick: Dolphins 31 49ers 22

Rams at Saints
Pick: Saints 28 Rams 10

Bengals at Ravens
Pick: Ravens 16 Bengals 13

Chargers at Texans
Pick: Chargers 24 Texans 23

Panthers at Raiders
Pick: Panthers 26 Raiders 24

Seahawks at Buccaneers
Pick: UPSET ALERT Buccaneers 30 Seahawks 28

Chiefs at Broncos
Pick: UPSET ALERT Chiefs 20 Broncos 16

Patriots at Jets
Pick: Patriots 33 Jets 14

Should the San Francisco 49ers lose to Miami as we expect, they will set a new franchise record with 10 consecutive losses. As bad as this team is, the San Francisco Chronicle notes the 1978 team was worse.

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