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  1. Smouble ML

    Smouble ML 90% In NFL Playoff Predictions

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    Seahawks
    11-1
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    Last Week: 1Russell Wilson completed 8 of 9 attempts against five or more rushers Monday. That 88.9 completion percentage is tied for the worst the Saints have allowed in a game since 2006.
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    Broncos
    10-21
    Last Week: 3Way to bounce back. Peyton Manning completed as many deep passes to Eric Decker (5-of-6, 3 TDs) as he had total deep completions in his previous three games combined.
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    Panthers
    9-32
    Last Week: 5Cam Newton's 56-yard scramble in the first quarter Sunday was his longest career scramble and the second-longest rush of his career (72 yards, Week 14 in 2012 vs. Falcons).
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    Patriots
    9-3
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    Last Week: 4Tom Brady was 2-of-7 for 22 yards and a pick against Houston's blitz in the first half, but was 7-of-9 for 137 yards and a touchdown in the second half.
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    Saints
    9-33
    Last Week: 2Russell Wilson and Drew Brees each attempted eight passes of at least 15 yards downfield Monday. Wilson completed five. Brees completed zero (for the second time since 2006). There's your difference.
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    49ers
    8-41
    Last Week: 7Welcome back. It took Michael Crabtree less than three quarters to set season highs for Niners wideouts with a 60-yard reception and 43 yards after catch.
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    Chiefs
    9-31
    Last Week: 6Jamaal Charles had almost twice as many yards from scrimmage (120) than in the Chiefs' Week 11 loss to Denver (66). No one has more 120-yard games than Charles (eight).
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    Bengals
    8-4
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    Last Week: 8Andy Dalton connected with A.J. Green for a 21-yard TD Sunday. Dalton is averaging almost twice as many yards per deep attempt to Green (17.4) than everyone else (9.0).
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    Colts
    8-41
    Last Week: 10Indy averaged 2.0 yards per rush for the first 11 drives Sunday, but ran well when it needed to. The Colts averaged 8.7 yards per rush on the final drive.
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    Eagles
    7-51
    Last Week: 11The Cardinals blitzed on 70 percent of Nick Foles' first-half dropbacks Sunday. Foles was 10-of-14 for 138 yards and two touchdowns against the blitz before Arizona adjusted. Too little, too late.
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    Cowboys
    7-51
    Last Week: 12Oakland had seven rushes for no gain Thursday, tied for the most by Dallas' defense this season. The Cowboys allowed a league-worst 5.1 yards per rush entering Week 13.
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    Lions
    7-51
    Last Week: 13Only two teams this season have recorded more sacks in a game than the Lions did Thursday, sacking Matt Flynn seven times. Ziggy Ansah leads all rookies this season with seven sacks.
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    Cardinals
    7-54
    Last Week: 9The Eagles exploited a hole in Arizona's defense, with tight ends catching all three touchdowns. The Cardinals' defense has allowed the most yards and touchdowns by opposing tight ends.
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    Ravens
    6-64
    Last Week: 18Joe Flacco was 6-for-10 for 93 yards targeting Torrey Smith Thursday night. Smith caught the Ravens' only touchdown, with Justin Tucker's career-high five field goals doing the rest.
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    Bears
    6-61
    Last Week: 14Alshon Jeffery caught 12 of 15 targets Sunday for 249 yards and two touchdowns. Jeffery has caught 68 percent of attempts from Josh McCown and 54.5 percent from Jay Cutler this season.
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    Chargers
    5-71
    Last Week: 15The Chargers had 11 drives Sunday, but reached the red zone only once (lost fumble). San Diego had at least three red zone scores in every game this season entering Sunday.
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    Dolphins
    6-64
    Last Week: 21Sunday made it back-to-back games with a touchdown catch for Mike Wallace, something he hadn't done since Weeks 9 and 10 of last season. Is this production here to stay?
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    Steelers
    5-72
    Last Week: 16Antonio Brown had five catches for 59 yards against Baltimore, continuing his streak as the only player with at least five receptions and 50 yards in every game this season.
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    Packers
    5-6-12
    Last Week: 17Green Bay's average point of contact on rushing plays was behind the line of scrimmage Thursday. The Packers finished with minus-2 yards before first contact on 13 designed rushes.
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    Rams
    5-71
    Last Week: 19A fake punt in the fourth quarter at your own 22-yard line is a bold call, especially considering San Fran saw it twice last season. The Niners were ready Sunday.
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    Titans
    5-71
    Last Week: 20Ryan Fitzpatrick made the Colts' defense look good. He threw three interceptions deeper than 10 yards downfield. Before Sunday, Indy's QBR allowed on those throws was worst in the league.
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    Giants
    5-71
    Last Week: 23With no games remaining against the Eagles or Cowboys, and the NFC West and South producing wild-card locks, the Giants need a miracle to make the playoffs.
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    Jets
    5-71
    Last Week: 22Yikes. Geno Smith's numbers against the blitz (49.2 completion percentage, 6.8 yards per attempt) are almost identical to Mark Sanchez's in 2012 (49.7, 6.7).
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    Bills
    4-8
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    Last Week: 24C.J. Spiller had 131 total rushing yards before contact Sunday, the fourth-highest total by a running back this season. Spiller's 140 yards between the tackles was a season high.
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    Raiders
    4-81
    Last Week: 26Andre Holmes had seven catches for 136 yards Thursday against the Cowboys. Going into the game, Holmes had five catches for 76 yards in his career.
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    Buccaneers
    3-91
    Last Week: 27Mike Glennon completed all 11 passes over the middle of the field Sunday, but went just 3-of-10 with an interception on passes outside the painted numbers.
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    Browns
    4-82
    Last Week: 25Josh Gordon posted at least 200 receiving yards in his second straight game, catching 10 of 15 targets for a franchise-record 261 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday.
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    Vikings
    3-8-1
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    Last Week: 28Even loading the box couldn't stop Adrian Peterson on Sunday. He rushed for more yards (147) against at least eight defenders than he had total rushing yards in any game this season.
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    Falcons
    3-91
    Last Week: 30Matt Ryan was 4-of-10 on passes at least 15 yards downfield Sunday, with all four completions going to Roddy White. White had two receptions on such throws entering Sunday.
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    Redskins
    3-91
    Last Week: 29A fourth straight loss Sunday mathematically eliminated Washington from the playoffs, officially making this season a disappointment. Will they play spoiler for the Cowboys and Giants in Weeks 16 and 17?
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    Jaguars
    3-9
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    Last Week: 31The Jags went 3-1 in November after losing eight straight to open the season. Only five teams have a better turnover margin in the past four weeks than Jacksonville (plus-3).
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    Texans
    2-10
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    Last Week: 32Houston is in a total free fall. Ten straight losses,
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  2. J o o k

    J o o k Win your battles before they’ve even been fought.

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    I like, but I got the Chiefs > 49ers.
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  3. Smouble ML

    Smouble ML 90% In NFL Playoff Predictions

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    big game coming up. Seattle Vs 9'ers
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  4. J o o k

    J o o k Win your battles before they’ve even been fought.

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    Seattle usually beat's the 9ers :(
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  5. Smouble ML

    Smouble ML 90% In NFL Playoff Predictions

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    seattle is a F L O O K
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  6. J o o k

    J o o k Win your battles before they’ve even been fought.

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    I'm just saying they match up well to SF and generally beat them.
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  7. J o o k

    J o o k Win your battles before they’ve even been fought.

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    Plus I have Sea vs Den in the SEC Championship game.
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  9. Smouble ML

    Smouble ML 90% In NFL Playoff Predictions

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    I'm still tinkering on the list at the moment because jook has me second guessing kc.

    hows the commentary so far tho?
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  10. J o o k

    J o o k Win your battles before they’ve even been fought.

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    It's good man. Do you think AP runs like Walter Peyton nowadays man?
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  11. Smouble ML

    Smouble ML 90% In NFL Playoff Predictions

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    who's AP
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  12. J o o k

    J o o k Win your battles before they’ve even been fought.

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    Andre Peterson, #28 on the Vikings.
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  13. Smouble ML

    Smouble ML 90% In NFL Playoff Predictions

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    he needs another year
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    lmao.
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  15. Smouble ML

    Smouble ML 90% In NFL Playoff Predictions

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    oh, that dude? the guy who got mvp? yea dude is legit
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    Why jook talking to himself :funny:
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