Week 15 predictions: Patriots a popular pick
The NFL Monday QB crew breaks down who will be victorious in Week 15.
As the season winds down and the playoff picture becomes clearer, our NFL Monday QB crew hands in its predictions for Week 15.
Denver Broncos at Baltimore Ravens
Phil Simms' pick: Broncos
They can play man-to-man defense, and Peyton Manning will have success going up against an "average" pass rush.
New York Giants at Atlanta Falcons
Rich Gannon’s pick: Giants
The Falcons are hard to trust right now, and the Giants were looking good last week. They had a complete game on all three fronts: offense, defense and special teams. David Wilson will be a factor once again.
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans
Steve Beuerlein’s pick: Texans
The Colts' win streak ends in this divisional matchup. The Texans will decide to show the Colts who’s boss in their house. This will be one of those games where Indy gets down early and doesn’t come back.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Dallas Cowboys
Dan Marino’s pick: Steelers
Both teams are 7-6, so this is a must-win game for both. Ben Roethlisberger was rusty last week even though he threw three touchdown passes. The Steelers didn’t run the ball last week, but this time they will be able to run and be more consistent.
San Francisco 49ers at New England Patriots
Phil, Rich, Steve and Dan’s pick: Patriots.
The Patriots match up well against anyone. They are really good against the run, and they can protect Tom Brady . Also, Bill Belichick will have some blitzes and some pressure for the young quarterback Colin Kaepernick .
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