NFL Week 15 Touchdown Predictions

NFL Week 15 Touchdown Predictions
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Ty Bronicel
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Ty Bronicel
Updated: 
December 23rd 2022

Well, my solid run of selecting winners is over.

I went 0 for 2 last week, even though the two dudes I picked to score touchdowns (T.J. Hockenson and Isiah Pacheco) had solid games.

Doesn’t matter.

I was wrong, and this weekend I’m gonna make it right again.

And I’m going to give you four winners this week, although put most of your wagering money on the first two, who I absolutely love, and sprinkle a little on the other two.

Sound good?

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Detroit Lions RB Jamaal Williams (-110) at New York Jets

Almost even money for the NFL’s leader in touchdowns (14)?

OK, thanks Santa, because this one sure seems like an early Christmas gift.

The Lions are rolling and that should continue Sunday in New York, where scoring option No. 1 will always be Williams. My lock of the week. Go big on this one.

Chicago Bears QB Justin Fields (+125) vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Another early present, in my opinion.

Fields has rushed for a touchdown in six straight games and he’ll do it again at home on Sunday.

The Eagles have a middlin’ rushing D and Fields gets creative in the red zone, so I expect him to hit pay dirt and for you to collect a nice payout.

Baltimore Ravens QB Tyler Huntley (+255) at Cleveland Browns

This is a pretty good price for the poor man’s Lamar Jackson, who will start in place of Jackson on Saturday.

Huntley took some big hits against the Steelers last week and the Ravens have emphasized that keeping Huntley on the field is of utmost importance this week.

Still, Huntley likes to run and he’ll find his way into the end zone against a Browns team that has allowed the fifth most rushing TDs in the league. But go light on this one as well as …

New York Jets WR Garrett Wilson (+160) vs. Detroit Lions

It’s been a tale of two Wilsons for the Jets this season. While Garrett has had a standout season, quarterback Zach has been awful.

However, the second-year QB will start Sunday against the Lions.

Maybe Zach will be humbled after being benched, and if he’s smart he’ll find a way to get the ball into Garrett’s hands.

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