Free NFL Picks For Today 1/15/2023
Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills NFL Pick Prediction 1/15/2023
Dolphins at Bills—Miami quarterback Tua and running back Mostert out. A left guard out with fullback, left tackle and right tackle questionable.
On defense a linebacker is questionable. Buffalo wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie is questionable with defensive starters healthy. Miami moved to 9-8 and earned a playoff berth with the 11-6 home win to New York Jets. There were aided by a Patriots loss to the Bills to get in.
Just 302 offensive yards for the Dolphins in a must win. Thompson past two appearances a 61.5% completion rate with 4.9 yards per attempt. Dolphins broke a five game losing streak.
Dolphins defense has struggled on the road by allowing 378 yards, 4.4 yards per rush and 67.6% completions for 7.3 yards per attempt. Bills are the two seed in the playoffs and come off the 35-23 home win to New England. Buffalo special teams accounted for two touchdowns on kickoff returns.
Bills defense allowed a touchdown in three of the four quarters giving up three touchdown throws but picking off three interceptions. Josh Allen in the win against New England completed 61.3% with 8.2 yards per attempt. He threw for 254 yards, three touchdowns and an interception.
Bills average margin of victory in divisional games was only five points. Dolphins covered both games against the Bills including a notable Saturday night game as a seven point underdog losing by three by gaining 405 yards. Past three games Dolphins holding teams to 245 yards and 18.3 points per game. Play Miami +14.
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New York Giants vs. Minnesota Vikings NFL Pick Prediction 1/15/2023
Giants at Vikings—NYG starters of offense and defense healthy. Minnesota starters healthy on offense with a safety questionable. New York Giants is 9-7-1. They earned a playoff spot in a home 38-10 win to Indianapolis in Week 17. They rested starters in their 22-16 road loss at Philadelphia a week ago and covered as a seventeen point underdog.
Giants are 4-4 on the road averaging 339 yards but 5.3 yards per rush. Defensively away the Giants allowed 4.6 yards per rush and 247 passing with 6.8 yards per attempt. Daniel Jones on the road a 67% completion rate with 6.9 yards per attempt.
In those seven games he had five touchdowns and two interceptions. That is only a third of his touchdown totals for the season. Minnesota is 13-4 this year and champions of the NFC North. They closed the regular season with a 29-13 win at Chicago gaining 482 yards.
Bears started a backup and were playoff eliminated entering the game and earned the number one draft pick with the loss and Houston won. Vikings played starters for the half. Kirk Cousins at home a 67.4% completion rate with 6.9 yards per attempt. He has passed for 18 touchdowns and 4 picks at home.
Concern for Minnesota has been the playoff their defense. Despite winning eight of nine at home the team is allowing 393 yards and 25.2 points a game on their home field. These teams met on Christmas Eve with Minnesota winning 27-24 with a 61 yard field goal as time expired. Giants threw for 319 yards and Vikings 270.
NYG ran for six yards per attempt to the Vikings 4.1. Minnesota had a +2 turnover margin. Giants have covered four straight on the road. Second look at the Vikings in three weeks will help the better defensive team in the Giants.
Vikings lost to the Packers and Lions in their second meeting of the season held to an average of 20 points while giving up and average of 37 though held on the road. Bears had nothing to play for in their second meeting and benefited with the loss by getting the first pick in the draft. Play New York Giants +3.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals NFL Pick Prediction 1/15/2023
Ravens at Bengals—Lamar Jackson out and his backup Tyler Huntley questionable for Baltimore with defensive starters healthy. Cincinnati right guard on offense out with defensive starters healthy. Baltimore finished the regular season at 107 after dropping a 27-16 road decision at Cincinnati.
Down 24-7 at the half the Ravens held the Bengals to just a field goal in the second half and it was a two score game entering the fourth quarter. Ravens with injuries to starter Jackson and backup Huntley have to use third string quarterback Anthony Brown.
Game was meaningful last week with the winner earning the right to be at home for this playoff game. Third string Brown did throw for 286 yards but two interceptions. Baltimore has lost three of four blowing their shot at a division title. They have been held to 17 or fewer points in six straight games.
Against the division, the Ravens held opponents to 308 yards and 17.8 points per game. Huntley practiced on Friday was on track to play. Huntly has seen significant action this year. On the year he completes 59.5% with 5.4 yards per attempt. No touchdown passes and one pick.
Cincinnati a hot team on an eight game win and cover streak that propelled the Bengals to a division title. They finished at 12-4 and 6-1 at home. Bengals offense has shined at home averaging 408 yards and 28.7 points per game. Defense at home held opponents to 309 yards and 18 points a game.
At home this year Joe Burrow a 68.1% completion rate with 7.9 yards per attempt. He has passed for 13 touchdowns and five interceptions. Ravens defense not getting much respect. Their run game has produced 5.2 yards per rush. Bengals struggled on the ground with 3.8 yards a carry. Pass protection always a concern for the Bengals.
At home Cincinnati giving up nearly three sacks per game and Ravens on the road averaging 3 sacks for negative 19 yards. Baltimore has a good kicker. Baltimore is in a better position defensively this year than last year where they were hit with cluster injuries. Play Baltimore +8.5.
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