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Posted at 5:10 PM ET, 11/24/2010

Week 12 NFL picks

By LaVar Arrington

Thursday's Games

New England over Detroit: This is an easy one to call.

New Orleans over Dallas: The Saints will go marching in.

New York Jets over Cincinnati: The Bengals aren't very scary cats.

Sunday's Games

Houston over Tennessee: Too many things out of place for this Titans team to win.

Baltimore over Tampa Bay: The Bucs are playing well but they won't win this one not on the road.

New York Giants over Jacksonville: The G-men will bounce back this week.

Cleveland over Carolina: Both teams are struggling, but the Browns are better.

Pittsburgh over Buffalo: Really?

Philadelphia over Chicago: This will be a good game.

Washington over Vikings: Head coach gone; season gone; Redskins roll.

Green Bay over Atlanta: This is the most competitive game of the week; the Packers will pull it out.

Kansas City over Seattle: Hard game to call, but I believe KC will get the win.

Oakland over Miami: The Raiders are a pretty good team; they will win this weekend.

St. Louis over Denver: The Rams are the better team; they will get the win.

Indianapolis over San Diego: Peyton Manning plays his best football in November and on.

Monday's Game

San Francisco over Arizona: Both of these teams have been disappointments this year; the Niners will win

By LaVar Arrington  | November 24, 2010; 5:10 PM ET
 
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