Suicide Pool Picks – Week 17

10 in a row. Let’s end the season on a high note.

1. Denver over Kansas City – The Broncos have something to play for, and with the Jets flexed into the night game, that will remain the case even with a 4 o’clock kickoff. And a matchup against the Chiefs is among the juiciest possible games. So if you’ve saved the Broncos to this point, it will pay off.

2. San Francisco over St. Louis – The 49ers are playing for 8-8, and the Rams need a loss to lock up the No. 1 pick. This is a mismatch in which the motivations seem clear, and that makes it a solid pick.

3. San Diego over Washington – The Chargers have nothing to play for, but the Redskins have all but quit on head coach Jim Zorn. That, plus the cross-country trip, should be enough for even San Diego’s B team to get a win.

Trap to avoid – Indianapolis at Buffalo – This looks like an easy pick, but with the Colts pulling back the reins, any road game is dicey. So just stay away.

Week 16: W Green Bay (over Seattle)
Week 15: W Baltimore (over Chicago)
Week 14: W Tennessee (over St. Louis)
Week 13: W Cincinnati (over Detroit)
Week 12: W Dallas (over Oakland)
Week 11: W Arizona (over St. Louis)
Week 10: W Miami (over Tampa Bay)
Week 9: W Atlanta (over Washington)
Week 8: W Chicago (over Cleveland)
Week 7: W Indianapolis (over St. Louis)
Week 6: L Jets (vs. Buffalo)
Week 5: W Philadelphia (over Tampa Bay)
Week 4: W San Francisco (over St. Louis)
Week 3: L Houston (vs. Jacksonville)
Week 2: L Jacksonville (vs. Arizona)
Week 1: W New Orleans (over Detroit)

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