It has been a long season of picking games against the spread and only a few writers are currently above the .500 mark. Week 15’s games brought several upsets and bad beats. On Sunday night, the Eagles took down the Rams in LA, the Steelers finally made the New England game a “rivalry” by winning one, and the Saints struggled to score points and cover against Carolina on Monday night.

After it was all said and done, only three of our ten participants finished with a winning record. The high score for the week goes to Milo Hay, who finished 10-5-1 and is now TIED for 1st place with Andrew Cabatingan. It will be a battle against Vegas until the very last game in order to determine who wins this year’s regular season NFL Pick’em. Every team plays on Saturday or Sunday, so it’s a make-or-break week for anyone trying to make a push for 1st place.

With the playoff picture taking shape, make sure you are getting the latest Super Bowl betting odds and advice from Sports Betting Dime. It’s the perfect time to get in on the action. Check out all of the games in this week’s NFL Pick’em against the spread below.

 

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NFL Department Head | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I grew up like most Philly fans in the 90s; watching my dad scream obscenities at the TV as the Eagles lost a heartbreaker. I idolized Allen Iverson (still do), and cried my eyes out when the Sixers lost four straight to the Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals. I’ve seen some dark days in Philly, but have always Trusted the Process. Still have not stopped celebrating Super Bowl 52 and don’t plan on it anytime soon. Eagles are Super Bowl CHAMPS! Follow me on twitter @matthewlucci_ for some betting “advice” and @matthewlucci on Instagram for stupid pics of me.
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NFL Department Head | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I grew up like most Philly fans in the 90s; watching my dad scream obscenities at the TV as the Eagles lost a heartbreaker. I idolized Allen Iverson (still do), and cried my eyes out when the Sixers lost four straight to the Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals. I’ve seen some dark days in Philly, but have always Trusted the Process. Still have not stopped celebrating Super Bowl 52 and don’t plan on it anytime soon. Eagles are Super Bowl CHAMPS! Follow me on twitter @matthewlucci_ for some betting “advice” and @matthewlucci on Instagram for stupid pics of me.

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