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December 30, 2012

Just CHILL: NFL Pick of the Week; the end of the season is here

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Just CHILL: NFL Pick of the Week; the end of the season is here
Tampa Bay at Atlanta
The Falcons have already secured home field advantage throughout the playoffs and a first round bye. The Buccaneers are trying to end the season on a high note. Buccaneers, 20-17
N.Y. Jets at Buffalo
No gain means so little as this one as neither team have anything to play for or anyone they want to look at the for the future. The Bills are at home and they do have C.J. Spiller. Bills, 13-10.
Baltimore at Cincinnati
Both teams are in the playoffs but this game means more to the Bengals who are trying to break out of the shadow of the Steelers and Ravens. They took care of Pittsburgh last week now its Baltimore's turn. Bengals, 24-21
Chicago at Detroit
The Bears need to win and also get help to qualify for the playoffs. The Lions are just playing out the string. Bears, 20-16
Jacksonville at Tennessee
Both teams are a mess. But the Titans are still smarting from losing 55-7 a week ago. They need to finish strong. That still might not be enough to stop owner Bud Adams from cleaning house. Titans, 23-17
Houston at Indianapolis
The Texans have lost two of their last three games and look nothing like the juggernaut they appeared to be earlier in the season. They continue to have problems on defense and the Colts are tough to beat at home. Colts, 28-25
Carolina at New Orleans
Both teams are playing their best football after horrible starts to the season. The Saints are riding the high of learning that suspended coach Sean Payton has signed a new five year deal with the team. Saints, 35-31
Philadelphia at N.Y. Giants
Mike Vick is back at quarterback and hoping to showcase his skills for another team next year. The Giants must win the game to have any hopes at making the playoffs. The latter means more than the former right now. Giants, 24-14
Cleveland at Pittsburgh
 The Steelers are embarrassed that they are not in the playoffs. They have enough left to handle the Browns, who have two injured quarterbacks. Steelers, 20-13
Oakland at San Diego
This is the end of the road for Norv Turner in San Diego. He will end with a win against the Raiders, who remain a dysfunctional mess. Chargers, 23-17 
Green Bay at Minnesota
The Packers are still jockeying for playoff positioning so this game means something to them. It's also a must win for the Vikings and their slim playoff hopes. Go with Aaron Rodgers. Packers 26-18
Arizona at San Francisco
The 49ers need the win to guarantee a first round bye in the playoffs. They will get it against a Cardinals team with no quarterback and a lame duck coach. 49ers, 27-10
St. Louis at Seattle
The Seahawks don't lose at home. The Seahawks don't lose at home. The Seahawks don't lose at home. Any questions? Seahawks, 30-20
Miami at New England
The Patriots still have a shot at earning home field advantage throughout the playoffs. That and the weather will make for a horrible day for the Dolphins. Patriots, 28-18 
Kansas City at Denver
Peyton Manning has the Broncos vying for at least a first-round bye if not home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The Chiefs have already announced plans to fire the head coach and general manage. The focuses in the season final couldn't be more divergent. Broncos, 35-17
Dallas at Washington
The Cowboys have failed in spot last year. But the Redskins don't have the experience of the Giants and have never been in winner take all game for the NFC East title. The Redskins are happy to be here and would be satisfied with their progress win or lose. The Cowboy have to win. Cowboy, 30-24.
Last week: 9-7

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