NFL: Week 15 Game by Game Predictions

The 2019 NFL Season is winding down. The staff at IroniqMedia is dedicated to bringing you the utmost coverage of the NFL every season. This year we are going to bring you a new weekly picks feature. Staff members will pick the games each week and give you a reason behind their pick. Therefore, without further ado, here are the picks for week fifteen.


Anthony Fiuza – Staff Writer

Baltimore Ravens vs  New York Jets: Lamar Jackson won’t have the easiest day against this Jets’ ‘D’, but he has the weapons to light up the scoreboard enough.

Ravens win again.
Green Bay Packers vs Chicago Bears: Aaron Rodgers and the Pack’s defense makes a statement against Chicago.
Packers win.
Seattle Seahawks vs Carolina Panthers: Seattle needs to keep up in the wild card hunt and Carolina is going nowhere.
Hawks get back on track with a W.
Miami Dolphins vs New York Giants: Daniel Jones should have a good day against this lousy Miami defense.
Big Blue gets a win.
Denver Broncos vs Kansas City Chiefs: KC isn’t as bad on defense as you might think and Denver is lost this year.
Chiefs grab a win.
Cleveland Browns vs Arizona Cardinals: Cleveland should hit Kyler Murray a lot in this NFL matchup.
Browns win again.
New England Patriots vs Cincinnati Bengals: New England should blowout Cincy. Pats have the better coach and their defense will pick apart Andy Dalton‘s offense. No need to record this game or anything involving the Bengals…
Pats win.
Houston Texans vs Tennessee Titans: Titans have a better running game, but Deshaun Watson should make more plays than Ryan Tannehill.
Texans win a close game.
Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins: Philly got a much-needed boost in the second half against NYG last week and it should carry over in this game vs. a lowly Skins team.
Philly wins again.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Lions: I know Jameis Winston turns the ball over, but he should light up this Detroit team, right?
Bucs win.
Jacksonville Jaguars vs Oakland Raiders: Oakland gets to face a bad Jags’ offense. Expect Derek Carr to make some big throws.
Raiders win.
Los Angeles Rams vs Dallas Cowboys: Jared Goff is playing good football right now. Dallas looks way off.
Rams beat the Boys again.
Indianapolis Colts vs New Orleans Saints: Jacoby Brissett isn’t doing much to save his job in Indy and it doesn’t get better vs. NOLA’s defense, which is trying to bounce back after giving up 48 points last week.
Saints win.
Atlanta Falcons vs San Francisco 49ers: San Fran is showing why they deserve to be everyone’s NFL favorite to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl this year.
Niners win.
Minnesota Vikings vs Los Angeles Chargers: Normally when the Bolts get a nice win, they stink the following week. Expect a lousy performance against a hungry Vikings team, which has gone quietly under the radar.
Vikes win.
Buffalo Bills vs Pittsburgh Steelers: Pitt gets to play at home and they’re riding an incredible wave with Bud Dupree and their defense playing well.
Steelers win as the Terrible Towels fly high

Michael Bolesta – Staff Writer

(5-8)New York Jets at Baltimore(11-2) Thursday at 8:20 pm ET
> Baltimore – Baltimore clicks on both sides of the ball this week.
(8-5)Houston at Tennessee(8-5) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Tennessee – the Titans hold serve in NFL divisional play this week with still another head-to-head meeting to come.
(3-10)Miami at New York Giants(2-11) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Miami – the Dolphins came up short at MetLife last Sunday, but this time the defense gets the key stops when necessary.
(5-8)Denver at Kansas City(9-4) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Kansas City – Denver is playing better, but the Chiefs will be ready as they look like a side no one in the AFC wants to play.
(10-3)New England at Cincinnati(1-12) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> New England – the Patriots grind out a win after a slow start on offense.
(6-7)Philadelphia at Washington(3-10) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Philadelphia – The Eagles go up a game in the NFL’s NFC East, but the showdown with the Cowboys in Philly will reveal the playoff destination of those two teams.
(7-6)Chicago at Green Bay(10-3) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Green Bay – the Packers stay in the face to fight for a first-round bye.
(6-7)Tampa Bay at Detroit(3-9-1) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Tampa Bay – Jameis Winston leads the Bucs back to .500.
(10-3)Seattle at Carolina(5-8) Sunday at 1 pm ET
> Seattle – two teams going in opposite directions and I do not see it changing before both teams go set for their penultimate games.
(9-4)Minnesota at Los Angeles Chargers(5-8) Sunday at 4:05 pm ET
> Minnesota – the Chargers keep it close, but I think the Vikings survive.
(4-9)Jacksonville at Oakland(6-7) Sunday at 4:05 pm ET
> Oakland – The Raiders win their final NFL game at the Coliseum.
(6-7)Cleveland at Arizona(3-9-1) Sunday at 4:05 pm ET
> Cleveland – this will be a tight contest but the Browns take their fifth win in their last six games.
(4-9)Atlanta at San Francisco(11-2) Sunday at 4:25 pm ET
> San Francisco – the 49ers show no letdown against a former member of the NFL’s NFC West division prior to 2002.
(8-5)Los Angeles Rams at Dallas(6-7) Sunday at 4:25 pm ET
> Los Angeles – the Rams have found their rhythm and they still have a chance to grab one of the last spots in the NFC.
(9-4)Buffalo at Pittsburgh(8-5) Sunday at 8:20 pm ET
> Pittsburgh – the Steelers at home defensively have been rock solid, and I don’t see that changing.
(6-7)Indianapolis at New Orleans(10-3) Monday at 8:15 pm ET
> New Orleans – I predict a close win for the Saints as both teams are coming off heartbreaking NFL losses.
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