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Written by Denis Krusos   
Thursday, 07 January 2016 16:09



Season To Date: 36-15



Kansas City Chiefs (11-5) at Houston Texans (9-7): The Chiefs are playing their best football of the season.  KC has a distinct advantage at quarterback with the steady Alex Smith getting the job done.  The Texans will struggle to pass the ball effectively against an opportunistic Kansas City secondary.  Chiefs 23- Texans 10.


Pittsburgh Steelers (10-6) at Cincinnati Bengals (12-4): The Steelers defeated the Bengals in Cincinnati last month.  A.J. McCarron will start for the injured Andy Dalton.  McCarron played in a ton of big games at Alabama and the stage should not be too big for him.  Pittsburgh’s secondary is very vulnerable and the Bengals have had enough of one and done in the playoffs.  The Bengals have the better defense and McCarron leads them to victory.  Bengals 30- Steelers 27.


Seattle Seahawks (10-6) at Minnesota Vikings (11-5): Seattle crushed Minnesota during their hot streak and the formula for victory remains the same.  The Seahawks are tough to run on and limit Adrian Peterson.  Russell Wilson outplays Teddy Bridgewater and the Hawks go into frigid Minnesota and defeat the Vikes in a closer contest.  Seahawks 20- Vikings 10.


Green Bay Packers (10-6) at Washington Redskins (9-7): The Packers have not looked good for much of the 2nd half of the season.  Their offensive line and wide receivers have disappointed.  Washington plays well at home and should have a wild crowd after a surprise divisional title.  The Redskins pressure Aaron Rodgers and Kirk Cousins continues his fine play.  Washington 27- Green Bay 17.



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