NFL predictions: 49ers at Ravens, Patriots at Texans, Vikings at Seahawks
It’s time to put your NFL prediction skills.
Our specialists Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell have picked out will be important in week 13 and explain their motives.
But who would you agree with? You may vote under.
Jason: When the 49ers have any deficiency it is stopping the game, and that is what Baltimore does. If they could find a way to slow down that and assault Lamar Jackson when he yells they then have the advantage, but it will be tight. I believe that the fact it’s in Baltimore – I think from the Lamar magic.
Osi: This is going to be won over the line of scrimmage. Are the 49ers likely to have the ability to control that running sport of the Baltimore Ravens with Lamar Jackson passes both ways? I think that it’s near on impossible – so I’m going with the Ravens.
Jason: The Patriots are going to win this game but it’s definitely going to be good as both sides’ coaching staff know each other and I always search for a few hints about the Patriots when they play. I also believe this game provides the offence an opportunity to get back on track since this Houston defence isn’t playing.
Osi: The defence of the New England Patriots is fantastic – they are likely to smother, they are likely to choke out, they’re going to destroy the Houston Texans and this is going to give Tom Brady the ability, over the duration of the game, to move and manipulate the ball dangerously.
Jason I’m going to be flat out honest – that will be a nail-biting game. I’m going with the Vikings but the problem is we know Russell Wilson likes to take shots down the field and if they can not stop this, it is going to be a problem if the deep route can’t be covered by those backs. I’m still sticking with the Vikings though.
Osi: it’s such a game I can’t wait for this to begin and This is a gigantic home-field edge for Seattle. I’m definitely going with the Seahawks I believe have an MVP operation because of his team and Russell Wilson is going to appear and get them.
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