Free NFL Picks For Today 12/9/2020
Houston Texans vs. Chicago Bears Pick Prediction 12/13/2020
Texans at Bears—NFL pick is Houston Texans at a pick. Houston has shown competitiveness winning two of three with a notable win against New England. Quarterback DeShaun Watson is completing 69% of his throws. In his past three games Watson averaging 320 yards passing with 71% completion rate and 9.6 yards per pass attempt. Bears losing streak has reached six straight after their 34-30 home loss in a second half collapse to the Detroit Lions. Bears defense in their past three games allowing 299 yards passing with 68% completion rate and 8.4 per attempt. Chicago offense 32nd and last on third down and has a miniscule 5.6 yards per pass attempt on the season. Play Houston at a pick.
Minnesota Vikings vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pick Prediction 12/13/2020
Vikings at Buccaneers—NFL free pick is Minnesota Vikings +6.5. Vikings have won five of their past six games. Not always pretty but their defense has shown improvement since the start of the season. Vikings have a ground game that generates 145 yards per game with 4.9 per rush. They have covered four straight on the road. Saints were able to run on the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay have lost three of their past four games. Receiving corps and backs healthy for the Vikings. Play Minnesota +6.5.
Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Pick Prediction 12/13/2020
Titans at Jaguars—Free pick is Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars to play over the total of 52 points. Titans a strong offense and poor defensive team. They are producing 4.8 yards per carry on the ground which will open plays downfield for Ryan Tannehill to pick apart a bad pass defense of Jacksonville. Jaguars do run well with a 4.6 per rush average. Quarterback Mike Glennon for Jacksonville is averaging 265 yards passing in his two games in a backup role. Titans surrendering 274 yards passing on the year and 27.2 points per game. Jaguars will generate enough points to help this total. Play Tennessee and Jacksonville over 52 points.