Mikey's Crystal Ball: Week 14

ORCHARD PARK, NY - DECEMBER 04: Chris Johnson #28 of the Tennessee Titans stands on the field during a time out against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium on December 4, 2011 in Orchard Park, New York.Tennessee won 23-17. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

Last week: 10-6

Season record: 124-68

Okay, not to pat myself in the back here, but I picked the exact final score of the Saints/Lions game last week--31-17 Saints. Maybe I should go play the lottery today. With that, let's have a look at Week 14's slate:

Cleveland at Pittsburgh--What is it about this match up that has the NFL Network salivating every year? Steelers 20, Browns10

Indianapolis at Baltimore--So how many of your took the Patriots giving the 21 points last week, only to watch in horror as 31-3 became 31-24 in the blink of an eye? And hey, who needs Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck when Dan Orlovsky puts up a 113.2 passer rating? That said, 0-13 is a foregone conclusion. Ravens 27, Colts 7

Atlanta at Carolina--Cam, we are counting on you. Panthers 21, Falcons 17

Houston at Cincinnati--Can the Texans hang in there and win their division? Winning this game would go a long way, but I don't see it happening. Bengals 19, Texans 16

Minnesota at Detroit--If the Lions win this, as they should, it will raise the question--when is the last time this team won 8 games in a season? Lions 37, Vikings 20

Oakland at Green Bay--The Raiders pose the equivalent of a speed bump for this Green Bay team. Packers 34, Raiders 13

Tampa Bay at Jacksonville--Two Florida teams playing in December. It's enough to make old school NFL fans cringe. Jags 17, Bucs 16

Philadelphia at Miami--How much worse can it get in Philly? Dolphins 23, Eagles 20

Kansas City at NY Jets--This is precisely the kind of game the Jets could lose, but I don't think they will. Jets 20, Chiefs 9

New Orleans at Tennessee--I feel gravity pulling me toward the Titans, and it's probably because #28 is playing like he's supposed to. Ehhhhh, okay I'm gonna give in. Titans 31, Saints 24

New England at Washington--Same old Redskins. Patriots 26, Redskins 17

San Francisco at Arizona--Don't look now, but the Niners are pretty good. Niners 23, Cards 17

Chicago at Denver--Too bad Cutler can't play in his homecoming, but even if he did, I'm quite sure the Bears wouldn't be able to derail the Tebow train. Broncos 19, Bears 13

Buffalo at San Diego--Wait, the Chargers are actually still alive? In other news, Norv Turner sure is better than Marty, isn't he? Bills 37, Chargers 35

NY Giants at Dallas--It's go time, fellas. Giants 34, Cowboys 31

St. Louis at Seattle--Really? I wonder what's on the Food Network Monday night. Seahawks 20, Rams 17

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