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NFL Betting – Week 17 Picks and Predictions

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Monday, 28 December 2009 19:58

NFL Betting – Week 17 Picks at BSN SportsJacksonville Jaguars @ Cleveland Browns

Sportsbook Rating Odds: Jaguars -3 

Once again, the New England Patriots have ended the Jacksonville Jaguars season. Granted, it’s not completely over, but the Jaguars need a lot more than a hope and a prayer to make the NFL playoffs this year. 

The Jaguars had a decent shot if they could find a way to win their remaining two games but unfortunately, they were crushed in New England. The Jags are the No. 11 seed in the AFC and need five teams in front of them to lose. That could be very dicey. 

On top of that, the Jags will have to win in Cleveland, which may be easier said than done. The Browns have won three straight games and they appear to have turned a corner.


The Browns have been running the ball very well in the last few games with Jerome Harrison leading the way. Harrison has 434 yards rushing in his last two games and considering the edge the Browns should have against the Jags defensive line, the Browns should be able to run again. 

Jacksonville will be on the back end of consecutive road games and while they will be fired up for this game, the pesky Browns will find a way to win for the fourth straight week. 

Bookmaker Sportsbook Reviews Pick: Browns +3 

Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys

Sports Betting System Odds: Cowboys -3 

Last year, the Philadelphia Eagles stomped the Dallas Cowboys in Week 17. This year, the Cowboys will hope to return the favour. 

The Cowboys will be heading back to the playoffs but the question is will they have home field advantage and will they be playing at home or on the road. 

There is a great chance that these two teams meet in Dallas in Week 17 and then meet in the first round of the playoffs as well. 

The Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers are tied at 10-5 and conceivably, there could be a four-way tie for the last four spots in the NFC. Clearly, there could be lots of jumbling. 

The Cowboys have played well over the last few weeks while the Eagles have been cutting it close. That, along with home field advantage and revenge from last year should propel the Cowboys to the division crown once again. 

Sports Tips: Cowboys -3

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