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NFL Week 14 OddsShark Computer Picks

Houston Texans JJ Watt

Even since releasing Ryan Mallett and giving the offense over to Brian Hoyer, the Houston Texans have been on-fire. The Texans are 4-1 in their past five games while outscoring opponents by nearly a touchdown per game. The OddsShark Super Computer seems to be a believer in the Texans as it has tabbed them to beat the New England Patriots 23.3-20.3 Sunday.

After starting the season 10-0, the Patriots have lost their past two games. Injuries have riddled the Pats offense as they have lost several pass-catches, including Rob Gronkowski. These injuries stifled the Pats offense with the team averaging 26 points in the past two weeks compared to 32.3 points through their first 10.

Houston has held teams to 10.6 points per game in their past five games. They also have the ability to pressure Tom Brady, the only real way to make Brady make any mistakes, with J.J. Watt notching 13.5 sacks so far this season.

Panthers Expected To Steamroll Falcons

The Panthers have finally gotten the respect of books, with Carolina being listed as Super Bowl 50 faves for the first time this week, but the OddsShark Super Computer has been on them for a while. Week 14 is no different, as the Computer projects the Panthers will decimate the Atlanta Falcons 35-11.2.

Cam Newton has put up MVP numbers this season, but especially over the past five games with the quarterback tossing 11 touchdowns and just one interception. The Panthers defense has also stepped up their game as they have allowed an average of 19.5 points.

The Falcons have done exactly what Falcons fans are sadly used to by imploding and losing their past five games. Atlanta’s offense has been hard to watch as they have given up 12 turnovers while only scoring eight touchdowns in their past five games.

Surprisingly Close Game of the Week: Rams and Lions?

If you are looking for one game to ignore for three quarters then watch a close final frame, it may be the St. Louis Rams and the Detroit Lions. The OddsShark Super Computer is projecting a Rams win, but only by a final score of 20.8-20.

The Rams offense has been god-awful as of late, which has led to them firing offensive coordinator/sacrificial lamb Frank Cignetti. After benching Nick Foles, then starting him again, the Rams will bench him again in favour of Case Keenum this week.

The Lions have not been much better as they are 24th in the NFL in points and 26th in points allowed. Despite the poor numbers overall, quarterback Matthew Stafford has been great with seven touchdowns and no interceptions in the past two games.

Week 14 NFL Computer Picks
DayAwayHomeaScorehScore
ThuMinnesota VikingsArizona Cardinals1333.1
SunAtlanta FalconsCarolina Panthers11.235
SunWashington RedskinsChicago Bears14.629.8
SunPittsburgh SteelersCincinnati Bengals18.527.9
SunSan Francisco 49ersCleveland Browns20.222.3
SunIndianapolis ColtsJacksonville Jaguars2026.4
SunSan Diego ChargersKansas City Chiefs12.533
SunTennessee TitansNew York Jets18.427
SunBuffalo BillsPhiladelphia Eagles23.824.3
SunDetroit LionsSt. Louis Rams2020.8
SunNew Orleans SaintsTampa Bay Buccaneers18.235.4
SunSeattle SeahawksBaltimore Ravens28.412.5
SunOakland RaidersDenver Broncos17.328.4
SunDallas CowboysGreen Bay Packers2021.6
SunNew England PatriotsHouston Texans20.323.3
MonNew York GiantsMiami Dolphins23.526

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