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Best NFL Bets Week 18: Picks, Predictions & Schedules

Bears vs. Packers Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 18

Moneyline: Chicago Bears +135, Green Bay Packers -163
Spread: Bears +3 (-115), Packers -3 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 45.5 points

NFL Schedule Week 18 – Game info - Bears at Packers 

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Chicago Bears (7-9) vs. Green Bay Packers (8-8)
Date: Sunday, Jan. 7
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Venue: Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Bears at Packers Preview

The Chicago Bears have already been eliminated from the NFL playoff race, but they will certainly still be eager to win Sunday’s game at Lambeau Field.

Chicago has a chance to end Green Bay's season by winning on the road, because the Packers must win to guarantee themselves a postseason appearance. Should the Bears spoil their party, the Packers would still have a chance to make the playoffs, but they would need several other games to go their way for that to happen.

Chicago has been playing very well in recent weeks, going 4-2 since quarterback Justin Fields returned to the starting lineup. Recognizing, of course, that he is playing to make sure he has a job in Chicago next season, Fields has helped the Bears win four of their past five games. The late-season surge has enabled the team to salvage what would otherwise have been a dismal season.

The playoffs are out of reach for Chicago, but eliminating the rival Packers would certainly be a nice consolation prize.

Green Bay will throw everything it has at the Bears on Sunday, and the Packers have also been playing much better in recent weeks after what began as a somewhat turbulent year for the franchise.

A few weeks ago, it looked like Green Bay had it all figured out when they racked up three straight wins over the Chargers, Lions and Chiefs. At that point, the Packers were one of the hottest teams in the NFL. However, they failed to live up to the hype in dropping two straight games to presumably weaker opponents in the New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Now, with the playoffs on the line, the question is which version of the Packers will show up on Sunday. Will it be the team that embarrassed itself against the Giants or the team that pulled off big wins against Detroit, Kansas City, and Minnesota?

Bears at Packers Prediction and PickWhile Chicago’s players will certainly have reason to feel motivated this weekend, the Bears haven’t been a particularly good road team. So far this season, Chicago is only 2-6 in games played away from Soldier Field, and the Bears average only 19 points in road games, which is a substantially lower number than the nearly 25 points they average at home.

The Bears have not beaten the Packers since 2018, and they have not won at Lambeau since 2015. Bears QB Justin Fields has already made a big statement with his play this season, and he would surely win over every Bears fan on Sunday if he can take down Green Bay in the Packers’ own back yard.

That said, it feels like a tall order for the Bears to take the Packers’ playoff hopes away from them in this one. Packers QB Jordan Love is playing good football right now and should be able to pick his way through the Bears’ secondary. I like the Packers at home here in what could be a relatively low-scoring, cold-weather game in Week 18.

The Pick: Green Bay Packers -3 (-105)

Bills vs. Dolphins Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 18

Moneyline: Buffalo Bills -150, Miami Dolphins +125
Spread: Bills -3 (-105), Dolphins +3 (-115)
Total: Over/Under 48.5 points

NFL Schedule Week 18 – Game info - Bills at Dolphins

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Buffalo Bills (10-6) at Miami Dolphins (11-5)
Date: Sunday, Jan. 7
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Venue: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Bills at Dolphins Preview

The Miami Dolphins will certainly relish the chance to claim the AFC East division title at home by beating the Buffalo Bills, but there’s no doubt that this team is at least a little disappointed about not having already wrapped up the division.

Miami has led the AFC East for most of this season, but the Dolphins failed to capitalize last weekend at Baltimore -- losing what was a rather one-sided affair from the outset. The Ravens picked apart Miami’s defense all afternoon and embarrassed the visiting Dolphins at M&T Bank Stadium.

The question surrounding the Dolphins remains the same. Can they beat up on a good football team? Analysts have been asking this question all season. So far, the only game in which the Dolphins silenced the critics was their closely fought win over Dallas just a couple of weeks ago.

Buffalo, meanwhile, has four straight wins that have not only brought the Bills back into the division title conversation, but also have many experts viewing this franchise as potentially the Ravens’ biggest threat within the AFC playoff picture.

After narrowly falling at Philadelphia in overtime on Nov. 26, the Bills have been unbeatable. It all springs from the Nov. 14 decision to fire Ken Dorsey and promote Joe Brady to the role of interim offensive coordinator. That move has completely shifted Buffalo’s momentum.

Brady has helped the team incorporate a running game into its offense, alleviating some of the pressure on quarterback Josh Allen and enabling things to flow more freely.

Miami, on the other hand, was stifled last weekend at Baltimore, although the Dolphins were missing several key players in that game. Neither wide receiver Jaylen Waddle nor running back Raheem Mostert played against the Ravens. Cornerback Xavien Howard went off on the cart mid-game, and linebacker Bradley Chubb went down with a non-contact knee injury that turned out to be a torn ACL.

Injuries have hit the Dolphins hard late in the season, but they still have a shot at claiming the division and earning a home playoff game for the first time since January 2009. Beating Buffalo is no easy task, but it’s certainly plausible.

Bills at Dolphins Prediction and Pick

It’s tough to look past Buffalo’s recent run of success here, but Miami is still a force to be reckoned with in the AFC. The Dolphins’ loss at Baltimore was certainly a disappointment, but they were hardly the first team to struggle on the road against the Ravens in 2023.

Miami still has the No. 1 scoring offense in the NFL this season, and the Dolphins average more than 34 points per game at home. Buffalo has certainly been at the top of its game, but the Bills have let the score get a little too close for comfort against some of the league's less dangerous opponents.

The Bills scraped past a Los Angeles Chargers team led by quarterback Easton Stick two weeks ago before nearly slipping up against QB Bailey Zappe and the Patriots. Wins are wins, but Buffalo has not exactly been dominant, and Miami will capitalize if the door is open.

The Pick: Miami Dolphins +3 (-115)

Texans vs. Colts Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 18

Moneyline: Texans -115, Colts -105
Spread: Texans -1 (-110), Colts +1 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 47.5 points

NFL Schedule Week 18 – Game info - Texans at Colts

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Houston Texans (9-7) at Indianapolis Colts (9-7)
Date: Saturday, Jan. 6
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind.
TV Channel: ESPN
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Texans at Colts Preview

While numerous NFL games this weekend have a wide range of potential playoff implications, the AFC South showdown between the Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts is very easy to understand. Quite simply, this is a win-and-in game for both teams and could therefore be the weekend’s single most dramatic event.

The team that comes out on top at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday night will claim an AFC playoff berth and might also win the South division if the Jacksonville Jaguars slip up at Tennessee on Sunday.

Both Houston and Indianapolis selected a quarterback in the first round of last year’s NFL Draft, but the teams have traveled very different paths on their way to matching 9-7 records this season.

For the Texans, the big story in 2023 has been the outrageous success of rookie QB C.J. Stroud, who appears to have established himself as an NFL franchise quarterback right out of the gate.

Stroud could surpass 4,000 passing yards on Saturday, since he currently has 3,845 through 14 games, along with 21 touchdown passes and just five interceptions. The rookie's ability to throw for high yardage while limiting turnovers has turned the Texans franchise around, and Houston has suddenly emerged as one of the NFL’s most promising young teams.

While Stroud will have to play this game without rookie receiver Tank Dell, who remains out with an injury, his ability as a passer has enabled him to get the most out of the rest of his targets, including Nico Collins and Noah Brown at wide receiver and Dalton Schultz at tight end. Running back Devin Singletary has emerged as the primary rusher for Houston’s offense, and the Texans are more than capable of making a significant postseason run if they reach the playoffs.

Standing in their way is a Colts team that many experts didn’t expect to see in this position after a major early-season setback. Indianapolis rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson was looking like a great addition until shoulder surgery ended his 2023 season after only four starts. That put the team's hopes for a great year in jeopardy.

In stepped backup Gardner Minshew, who has guided the Colts to a winning record under impressive first-year head coach Shane Steichen. The former Eagles offensive coordinator has Indy’s offense humming, and Philadelphia has felt his absence -- often struggling without him this season.

Both teams are trending in the right direction in 2023, but which will claim the win on Sunday?

Texans at Colts Prediction and Pick

Trying to call this game one way or the other has proven difficult. I have gone back and forth on my selection for a variety of reasons. Part of me believes that Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud and his offense will be too overwhelming for the Colts’ secondary, which is hoping to get cornerback Kenny Moore back after he had to miss last weekend’s win over the Raiders.

The other part of me feels that the Colts might have a slight edge based on their set of offensive weapons and consistency on the offensive line. In that case, I would think QB Gardner Minshew could help his team come out on top.

Eventually, I bailed on deciding on a winner, and instead opted to go for the over in a game that feels like it will be a shootout. Both teams are averaging at least 22 points per game this season, with the Colts slightly higher than the Texans at 23.6. Given the stakes -- and the relentless effort of these two entertaining quarterbacks -- I can see a lot of points being scored on Saturday night.

I’ll take the over, kick back, and enjoy what is effectively a Week 18 playoff game.

The Pick: Over 47.5 Points (-110)

Jaguars vs. Titans Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 18

Moneyline: Jaguars -200, Titans +165
Spread: Jaguars -3.5 (-115), Titans +3.5 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 41.5 points

NFL Schedule Week 18 – Game info - Jaguars at Titans 

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Jacksonville Jaguars (9-7) at Tennessee Titans (5-11)
Date: Sunday, Jan. 7
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Jaguars at Titans Preview

The Jacksonville Jaguars must win on the road this weekend to avoid a potential disaster. Losing at Tennessee would throw the Jags’ playoff hopes into doubt and prematurely end what has been an up-and-down season for head coach Doug Pederson's team.

If they win, the Jaguars would remain atop the AFC South and thereby clinch a home playoff game in next week’s wild-card round. Jacksonville’s spirits have to be lifted by injured quarterback Trevor Lawrence’s return to practice, which is a promising sign that he will play on Sunday.

Lawrence missed the Jags’ Week 17 game against Carolina, but the team still pulled through with a defensive shutout for a 26-0 win over the Panthers. Backup quarterback C.J. Beathard did a good job putting his team in a position to win, and an explosive day from running back Travis Etienne helped get the offense over the top.

On the flip side, Tennessee is not yet sure if rookie quarterback Will Levis will be available to play on Sunday. Levis went down awkwardly on a sack/fumble last weekend at Houston. The play led to a Texans scoop-and-score, and Levis didn’t return to the game after that.

Whether Levis or Ryan Tannehill gets the start for the Titans, it’s abundantly clear that this will be a mismatch between Tennessee’s woeful offensive line and the Jags’ powerful front seven. Jacksonville has run rampant against opponents’ tackles and guards all season, applying pressure to opposition quarterbacks with a high-energy defense that sets the tone for the entire Jaguars team.

Keeping their quarterback upright is going to be a tough task for the Titans, but they already showed they could pull off an upset by beating beat Miami 28-27 on Dec. 11.

Jaguars at Titans Prediction and Pick

I fear for the Titans quarterback this weekend, because Jacksonville has had one of the NFL’s most consistent pass rushes in recent weeks. Carolina quarterback Bryce Young has struggled at times this year, but he completely crumbled last Sunday against Jacksonville’s defense, which is one of the fastest in the league when it comes to getting to opposing QBs.

If Tennessee can’t run the ball efficiently, this game could get out of hand, which is what I suspect will happen after having studied last week's tape.

I think the Jaguars pull away here with quarterback Trevor Lawrence having a resurgent game on the road right before the playoffs. If he doesn’t play well, and the Jags miss out on postseason, things could get very uncomfortable for the franchise during the offseason.

The Pick: Jacksonville Jaguars -3.5 (-115)

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