Free NFL Picks For Today 12/24/2020
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Houston Texans Team Pick Prediction 12/27/2020
Bengals at Texans—NFL pick is Houston Texans -8. Short week for Cincinnati after their Monday Night win against the Steelers. Bengals produced only 230 yards in the win. Texans have the better talent under center in DeShaun Watson who is completing 70% of his passes for 8.8 yards per attempt. Prior to their win against the Steelers the Bengals were averaging 8.3 points per game. Bengals run game has not produced much support for their quarterbacks. Play Texans -8.
Indianapolis Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Pick Prediction 12/27/2020
Colts at Steelers—NFL free pick is Indianapolis Colts -1.5. Pittsburgh playing their third game in four on a short week. It has definitely impacted the Steelers performance on the field as they sit with a three game losing streak being held to 19 or fewer points in each game. Losses have come to Washington and last week a 27-17 defeat to Cincinnati gaining only 244 yards. Past three games Steelers averaging 264 yards per game with 2.9 per rush. In that span Colts are showing balance offensively running for 5.4 per attempt and Phillip Rivers competing 75% of his passes, 8.3 yards per attempt with six touchdowns and no picks. Short weeks due to COVID rescheduling has put this Steelers team in a funk. Play Colts -1.5.
LA Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks Pick Prediction 12/27/2020
Rams at Seahawks—NFL pick is LA Rams and Seattle Seahawks under the total of 47.5 points. Rams defense has played well holding opponents to 286 yards and 19.2 points per game. Seahawks struggled offensively beating Washington last week 20-15. Seahawks defense has shown improvement since coming off the bye allowing an average of 14 points per game in their past four games. They have an under streak of six straight. Huge loss for Jared Goff as his running back Cam Akers will miss due to an injury. Run game aids Goff in the passing game. It will be harder for Goff without the threat of a big run by Akers. Play Seahawks and Rams under 47.5.