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Predicting The Entire NFL Season: Week 15 (Cowboys @ Eagles)

We’re coming to the end and things are getting really close in our way-too-early 2014 predictions.

Check out the standings:

AFC EASTWinsLosses
Buffalo Bills103
New England Patriots94
Miami Dolphins49
New York Jets310
Cincinnati Bengals112
Baltimore Ravens85
Pittsburgh Steelers67
Cleveland Browns49
Indianapolis Colts103
Houston Texans67
Tennessee Titans310
Jacksonville Jaguars310
AFC WESTWinsLosses
Denver Broncos103
Kansas City Chiefs58
San Diego Chargers58
Oakland Raiders310
NFC EASTWinsLosses
Philadelphia Eagles85
New York Giants85
Dallas Cowboys49
Washington Redskins49
Green Bay Packers85
Chicago Bears76
Detroit Lions76
Minnesota Vikings310
Carolina Panthers85
New Orleans Saints85
Atlanta Falcons76
Tampa Bay Buccaneers310
NFC WESTWinsLosses
Seattle Seahawks103
Arizona Cardinals94
San Francisco 49ers94
St. Louis Rams58

The AFC playoff picture is coming into focus. Buffalo, New England, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Indianapolis and Denver will be your playoff teams. Baltimore is most likely a wild card. The rest of the spots are up for grabs.

The NFC is a mess. Ah, the joys of parity.

Here are the picks…

Cardinals @ Rams: St. Louis is fading fast now that they’re out of contention, while Arizona remains firmly in the hunt in a wild NFC West race. Arizona 27, St. Louis 23

Steelers @ Falcons: I don’t know that they’re going to make it, but the Falcons are making a heck of a push after a lousy 2013 season. Atlanta 36, Pittsburgh 24

Redskins @ Giants: One of those classic rivalry games that will usually be close no matter how good or bad the teams are. New York Giants 27, Washington 26

Dolphins @ Patriots: Tom Brady at home in December against a team from Florida. Yup. New England 38, Miami 10

Raiders @ Chiefs: It’s going to be a tough year for Andy Reid, but he’ll at least win this rivalry game. Kansas City 20, Oakland 10

Texans @ Colts: Indianapolis is suddenly in the hunt for a bye. Indianapolis 29, Houston 22

Jaguars @ Ravens: Baltimore all but clinches a wild card spot here. Baltimore 24, Jacksonville 20

Packers @ Bills: Buffalo wins a big game late in the season and proves they are no fluke. Buffalo 30, Green Bay 17

Buccaneers @ Panthers: An easy week at a key time for Carolina. Carolina 34, Tampa Bay 20

Bengals @ Browns: Cincinnati is rolling to a division title. Whether they get a bye remains to be seen. Cincinnati 21, Cleveland 13

Vikings @ Lions: Detroit chokes and falls out of the race for a playoff spot. Minnesota 23, Detroit 21

Jets @ Titans: Flip a coin. New York Jets 10, Tennessee 9

Broncos @ Chargers: Peyton Manning is hitting his stride. Denver 35, San Diego 20

49ers @ Seahawks: Dallas is so bad, this game could get flexed and kick the Eagles back to a late afternoon kickoff. This will be a classic. I’m going to give the edge to Seattle, because they’re at home, but I’m not confident in this pick. Seattle 25, San Francisco 21

Saints @ Bears: Things are about to get interesting. Chicago 26, New Orleans 20

And, finally…

Cowboys @ Eagles: It’s only been like two weeks since they met in Dallas. Not much is going to change when they meet in South Philly. Philadelphia 31, Dallas 21

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