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NFL Week 15 OddsShark Computer Picks

I don’t think many people expected a 51-point day from the Jacksonville Jaguars last week, but it was exactly what we got. The Jags put up the most points in their team’s not-so-illustrious existence thanks to a performance that saw the offense, defense and special teams all score. The OddsShark Super Computer is a supporter of the Jags as it has tabbed Jacksonville to pound the Atlanta Falcons 31.1-16.6.

EverBank Field has been kind to the Jags as they are 3-1 in their last four at home while averaging 32.3 points per game. Jacksonville’s offense has not been the issue this season (ninth in points per game), but rather their porous defense that is tied for 30th in points allowed (27.5 ppg).

Luckily for the Jags, they will be facing a Falcons offense that has been just god-awful. Atlanta has averaged 14.3 points per game during their seven game losing streak with Matt Ryan throwing eight touchdowns and eight interceptions in that span.

Browns Are Expected to Be Embarrassed

The Cleveland Browns are outmatched this weekend when they visit the Seattle Seahawks. In all honesty, I don’t think you can find anyone who will pick the Browns in this game. The OddsShark Super Computer is predicting one of the worst beat downs of the NFL season with the Seahawks winning 38-8.5.

The Browns have only averaged 18.5 points per game this season, while allowing 27.5. Cleveland’s three wins this season have come against teams with a combined 11-28 record.

Russell Wilson is putting on one of the greatest performances in history over the past four games for the Seahawks. Wilson has completed 75 percent of his passes with 16 touchdowns and no interceptions in the past four games.

Raiders Projected to SLow Down Packers

The Green Bay Packers are 3-1 in the past four games with two of those wins coming against NFC North opponents. The Packers need to keep winning to hold onto the lead in the NFC North with the Minnesota Vikings breathing down their necks, but the OddsShark Super Computer is not expecting that to happen. The Computer has picked the Raiders to edge out the Pack 23.8-20.

The key to beating the Packers is slowing down Aaron Rodgers. The quarterback has a 108.0 passer rating with 21 touchdowns in Green Bay wins this season, but just an 80.2 rating with seven touchdowns in their losses.

The Raiders passing defense has been average this season, ranking in the middle of the pack in most categories. However, the passing defense has looked better in the past three games thanks to Khalil Mack who has nine sacks in that span.

Week 15 NFL Computer Picks
DayAwayHomeaScorehScore
ThuTampa Bay BuccaneersSt. Louis Rams25.818.7
SatNew York JetsDallas Cowboys22.219.4
SunKansas City ChiefsBaltimore Ravens2419
SunAtlanta FalconsJacksonville Jaguars16.631.1
SunChicago BearsMinnesota Vikings2420.8
SunTennessee TitansNew England Patriots16.529.6
SunCarolina PanthersNew York Giants31.318.1
SunBuffalo BillsWashington Redskins21.523.9
SunGreen Bay PackersOakland Raiders2023.8
SunCleveland BrownsSeattle Seahawks8.538
SunDenver BroncosPittsburgh Steelers18.627.2
SunMiami DolphinsSan Diego Chargers17.627.8
SunCincinnati BengalsSan Francisco 49ers2516.4
SunArizona CardinalsPhiladelphia Eagles27.123.9
SunHouston TexansIndianapolis Colts20.819.3
MonDetroit LionsNew Orleans Saints25.224.7

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