5 Bold NFL Predictions for Week 12 of the 2018 season
We are heading into another great week of the NFL and there is no doubt going to be some outstanding action. In week 11 Lamar Jackson led the Ravens to a victory, and the Rams and Chiefs got into a shootout that looked like a Big 12 game. There is no doubt going to be surprises this weekend too, so let’s break down my five bold nfl bold predictions for the games in Week 12.
Wentz gets back to his old form
Carson Wentz has really struggled this year, but against the New York Giants this weekend he has a chance to throw at least 300 yards and three touchdowns. The Giants secondary isn’t good, and in their last game against the Buccaneers they gave up 35 points.
The Eagles don’t have much of a running game, which means the pressure will be on him to perform. Look for Wentz to get back to his old form.
Jaguars hold the Bills under seven points
The Jaguars defense looked to be back to their old ways against the Pittsburgh Steelers and even though they lost, I think it gave the Jaguars defense the confidence it needed.
The Bills are going to get Josh Allen back and I think the Jaguars will pick on him and really make life tough hard. Look for the Bills to settle for field goals and Allen to throw at least two interceptions.
Texans win by 20 plus
The Titans have leaned on their defense all year and when it let them down like it did against the Colts, the results are ugly. The Texans have won seven games in a row and I think their defense is going to have no issue slowing down the Titans offense.
Look for Watson to light up the Titans defense and I think they will score 30 or more points in this game. I also think the Titans will score less than 10 points.
The Texans are going to make a real statement in this game that the AFC South is theirs.
Vikings score 35 plus
The Vikings struggled against the Bears, but the good news for them is the Packers defensive line doesn’t have Khalil Mack.
I think the offensive line will step up and light up the Packers defense. Kirk Cousins is going to attack an injured Packers defense and he is going to have at least 350 yards passing. This could be the Vikings statement that the battle for the NFC North isn’t done yet.
Jackson gets it done again…with his legs
Lamar Jackson was impressive in his first NFL start against the Bengals and he has another good matchup in this one, going against a bad Oakland Raiders defense.
There will be a ton of running plays called for him and I see him rushing for at least 150 yards. The Ravens offense will look impressive again and he will lead the Ravens a win, his second in a row as a starter. It might also be the game that makes the Ravens decide to keep him as the starter for the rest of the year.