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GREEN BAY PACKERS (-3.5) at Detroit Lions

MVP favorite Aaron Rodgers is not going to play the full game on Sunday, but how much he plays is likely tied to the Packers offense’s success, since Matt LaFleur has said he wants to keep momentum rolling.

Rodgers is tied for third in the NFL in touchdown passes, and he gets $100,000 if he ranks in the top three at the end of the season. Look for him to throw a few touchdowns and get out to a nice lead before staying on the sideline.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (-15) at Jacksonville Jaguars

This is a lot of points, but the Colts have a lot to play for this week. They must win to ensure they are in the playoffs. They will give Jonathan Taylor a massive workload as they control the clock and drive the field with ease.

The Jaguars, on the other hand, are terrible. The Patriots ran the ball constantly and beat them by 40 last week, so expect another embarrassment to end the season. 


While this Washington team isn’t good, they will fight for their head coach. The Giants, on the other hand, are quitting before the final whistle.

While Joe Judge seemed like he would survive the offseason, he is using his press conferences to make sure everyone turns their back on him. Giants players may have their U-Haul trucks ready in the parking lot after the game. 

PITTSBURGH STEELERS (+5) at Baltimore Ravens

For the final game of Ben Roethlisberger’s career, the Steelers will be playing motivated for their leader. Whether they have a realistic shot to make the playoffs or not at the time of kickoff, they at least will have Roethlisberger to play for.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson also looks like he will not play, which helps this Steelers defense a ton. It will likely be a record-breaking day for Pittsburgh pass rusher T.J. Watt.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (-4.5) at Atlanta Falcons

This is another game where one side has everything to play for while the opposing side would benefit more from a loss.

The Saints must win to have a chance to make the playoffs. Taysom Hill will be taking snaps, and their tough defense will face a Falcons offense that has had its issues all season long. Matt Ryan played well in the first matchup between these teams, but he will have less success this week.