Taylor’s NFL Picks

Taylor Hauck

Miami Dolphins @ Buffalo Bills

The Dolphins look to bounce back from a dreadful loss to the Titans. This AFC East showdown should result in a win for Miami.

 

Green Bay Packers @ Detroit Lions

While the Packers haven’t lived up to expectations, they are hot. The Packers also have a quarterback named Aaron Rodgers.

 

Arizona Cardinals @ Atlanta Falcons

Arizona started with four straight wins. They then lost five in a row. They will not compete against a Falcons team bouncing back from their first loss.

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Carolina Panthers

The Bucs have been a surprise team this season under Coach Schiano and look to continue their success in a NFC South matchup with the struggling Panthers.

 

Cleveland Browns @ Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys are coming off a win over the Eagles and look to put a winning streak together against the 2-7 Browns.

 

Philadelphia Eagles @ Washington Redskins

The turnover-prone Eagles will handle RG3 and the Redskins. The Eagles need a win or Andy Reid could be ousted from Philly.

 

New York Jets @ St. Louis Rams

Both teams are struggling, but the Rams have momentum after competing with the 49ers.

 

Cincinnati Bengals @ Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are awful, and the Bengals are looking to stay alive in the division race with the Steelers and Ravens. The Bengals are also coming off a huge win over the Giants.

 

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Houston Texans

Houston is enjoying another good season and should blow by the young, inexperienced Jaguars.

 

New Orleans Saints @ Oakland Raiders

The Saints have been a disappointment after a rough offseason, but with Drew Brees at the helm, you can expect the Saints to continue their winning streak.

 

San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos

Chargers’ coach Norv Turner could be on his way out if the Chargers continue to fall apart year after year. Peyton Manning leads the Broncos to a victory in Denver.

 

Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots

Andrew Luck has the Colts on the doorstep of the playoffs. However, Tom Brady and company are too powerful for the up-start Colts.

 

Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers

The same old Steelers are back after a sluggish start and should take down their division rival.

 

Chicago Bears @ San Francisco 49ers

Two of the best teams in the NFC square off on Monday Night Football. The game should be close, but the Bears will prevail.