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Predicting Bengals-Bears and all Week 14 games


Cincinnati Bengals beat writer Jay Morrison offers his predictions for Week 14 of NFL games.

Indianapolis (3-9) at Buffalo Bills (6-6)

The only thing worse than December in Buffalo is going there with a bad team.

Pick: Bills 28, Colts 10

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Dallas Cowboys (6-6) at New York Giants (2-10)

Eli’s back, and the Cowboys aren’t

Pick: Giants 21, Cowboys 17

Detroit Lions (6-6) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-8)

Lions keep their fading playoff hopes alive … for now

Pick: Lions 31, Buccaneers 27

Oakland Raiders (6-6) at Kansas City Chiefs (6-6)

The Chiefs’ problems aren’t over, but the skid is

Pick: Chiefs 30, Raiders 20

San Francisco 49ers (2-10) at Houston Texans (4-8)

Episode 2 of the The Garoppolo Show

Pick: 49ers 17, Texans 13

Green Bay Packers (6-6) at Cleveland Browns (0-12)

Now that Sashi’s out of the way, eh, never mind.

Pick: Packers 27, Browns 17

Minnesota Vikings (10-2) at Carolina Panthers (8-4)

There’s 0nly so much Case Keenum can do

Pick: Panthers 20, Vikings 13

Washington Redskins (5-7) at Los Angeles Chargers (6-6)

The Chargers put their awful September even farther in the past

Pick: Chargers 35, Redskins 24

New York Jets (5-7) at Denver Broncos (3-9)

Denver has to win again sooner or later

Pick: Broncos 20, Jets 16

Tennessee Titans (8-4) at Arizona Cardinals (5-7)

Things continue to go well for at least one team from Tennessee

Pick: Titans 24, Cardinals 20

Philadelphia Eagles (10-2) at Los Angeles Rams (9-3)

The Eagles’ extended stay out west ends without a win

Pick: Rams 32, Eagles 28

Seattle Seahawks (8-4) at Jacksonville Jaguars (8-4)

The Jags reach nine wins for the first time since 2007

Pick: Jaguars 24, Seahawks 20

Baltimore Ravens (7-5) at Pittsburgh Steelers (10-2)

Pittsburgh goes for 12th win in a row in prime-time

Pick: Steelers 21, Ravens 16

New England Patriots (10-2) at Miami Dolphins (5-7)

The Dolphins always play the Patriots tough in Miami, but ….

Pick: Patriots 24, Dolphins 23

Chicago Bears (3-9) at Cincinnati Bengals (5-7)

Even as banged up as they are, Bengals have a little more talent

Pick: Bengals 14, Bears 13

Last week: 13-2

This season: 118-63



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