NFL Picks: Week 14

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It was a bad week across the board last week, as only Patrick Allen finished above .500 in the picks. He gained some ground on Josh Sanchez, but still hasn’t taken him over in the standings. It’s the season of playoff races in the NFL and our pick season is getting down to the wire. Can Josh Hill lock up first place before the season is over, or will Sanchez and Allen’s dueling mean Hill’s season fizzles out?

Here are this week’s picks:

Game Josh Sanchez Patrick Allen Josh Hill
Denver Broncos @ Oakland Raiders  Broncos  Broncos  Broncos
Baltimore Ravens @ Washington Redskins  Ravens  Redskins  Ravens
Dallas Cowboys @ Cincinnati Bengals  Cowboys  Bengals  Cowboys
St. Louis Rams @ Buffalo Bills  Rams  Rams  Rams
Philadelphia Eagles @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers  Eagles  Bucs  Bucs
Atlanta Falcons @ Carolina Panthers  Falcons  Falcons  Falcons
Kansas City Chiefs @ Cleveland Browns  Chiefs  Chiefs  Browns
San Diego Chargers @ Pittsburgh Steelers  Steelers  Steelers  Steelers
Tennessee Titans @ Indianapolis Colts  Colts  Colts  Colts
New York Jets @ Jacksonville Jaguars  Jets  Jets  Jets
Chicago Bears @ Minnesota Vikings  Bears  Bears  Bears
Miami Dolphins @ San Francisco 49ers  49ers  49ers  49ers
New Orleans Saints @ New York Giants  Giants  Giants  Giants
Arizona Cardinals @ Seattle Seahawks  Seahawks  Seahawks  Seahawks
Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers  Packers  Packers  Packers
Houston Texans @ New England Patriots  Patriots  Texans  Patriots

Weekly Results

Allen: 9-7
Hill: 11-5
Sanchez: 11-5

Last Week: 
Allen: 9-7
Hill: 8-8
Sanchez: 8-8

Overall Standings:
Allen: 127-89-1
Hill: 145-71-1

Sanchez: 135-81-1

Topics: NFL

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