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NFL Week 14 OddsShark Computer Picks

You have to look pretty far back on the Cowboys’ schedule to find their last loss but if you do, you’ll notice it came against the same Giants team they are set to face in Week 14’s Sunday nighter. Dallas has been perfect since then and the OddsShark Super Computer is predicting that the first team to clinch a playoff spot this year runs its winning streak to 12 against New York.

Their last game was decided by just one point and that’s not out of the ordinary for these two teams. All of their last four matchups have been settled by seven or fewer points and three of them had a margin of three or fewer points.

The computer is forecasting a 25.6- 20.2 win and cover for the Cowboys and the trends agree. Dallas is 7-0 SU and 5-2 ATS in its last seven games against the NFC but will have to overcome a Giants team that had won six games in a row until falling to the Steelers in Week 13.

The Machines are taking Over

Have you heard the saying that to err is human but to really screw up, you need a computer? That has gone straight to our robot’s head and it’s made it its personal goal to prove that adage false.

It went 11-4 at picking straight-up winners in Week 14 and went an impressive 9-6 against the spread. Although it went through a horrific start ATS, the computer has learned and adapted and is just breaking into full stride.

The advantage of using numbers and machinery to make football picks instead of our dumb human brains is that there is no bias and no false information being used in the decision-making process. Is the computer perfect? Of course not. Does it pick better than me? Absolutely.

Battle for the AFC South

An enormous game in the hilarious AFC South takes place on Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts take on the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Colts are coming off one of the best performances of the season in a game in which they bullied the New York Jets and took Bryce Petty’s lunch money.

The Texans, on the other hand, have lost three straight games and it’s becoming obvious that Brock Osweiler is not a long-term solution at the game’s most important position. The computer agrees and is picking the Colts to win, cover and remain in first place in the AFC South with a 30.4-14.1 drubbing of the Texans.

Indy dropped the first meeting to Houston but was incredibly unlucky to not come away with a win after taking a 14-point lead into the last three minutes of the game. The president of the Andrew Luck Book Club will lead his team to victory in this one – book it.

Here's the full list of our computer's picks for Week 14:

Week 14 NFL Computer Picks
DayAwayHomeaScorehScore
ThuOakland RaidersKansas City Chiefs25.323.9
SunMinnesota VikingsJacksonville Jaguars18.322.1
SunCincinnati Bengals  Cleveland Browns31.516.2
SunPittsburgh SteelersBuffalo Bills23.922.3
SunWashington RedskinsPhiladelphia Eagles2824.4
SunArizona CardinalsMiami Dolphins15.429.5
SunHouston TexansIndianapolis Colts14.130.4
SunSan Diego ChargersCarolina Panthers20.228.4
SunDenver BroncosTennessee Titans18.730.5
SunChicago BearsDetroit Lions16.226
SunNew York JetsSan Francisco 49ers25.220
SunNew Orleans SaintsTampa Bay Buccaneers24.427.2
SunSeattle SeahawksGreen Bay Packers23.825.4
SunAtlanta FalconsLos Angeles Rams26.817.8
SunDallas CowboysNew York Giants25.620.2
MonBaltimore RavensNew England Patriots1430.6

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