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2017 Week 17 NFL Picks

Before we get to the final week of picks, a quick look at how I did in Week 16.

WEEK 16 WINNING PICKS
Baltimore beat Indianapolis
Minnesota beat Green Bay
New Orleans beat Atlanta
New England beat Buffalo
Chicago beat Cleveland
Washington beat Denver
L.A. Chargers beat N.Y. Jets
L.A. Rams beat Tennessee
Kansas City beat Miami
Carolina beat Tampa Bay
San Francisco beat Jacksonville
Arizona beat N.Y. Giants
Pittsburgh beat Houston
Philadelphia beat Oakland

WEEK 16 LOSING PICKS
Detroit lost to Cincinnati
Dallas lost to Seattle

A 14-2 week brings my season-long record up to 158-82 and puts me in a third-place tie among the so-called experts at ESPN.

SO-CALLED ESPN EXPERTS
Mike Clay 165-75
Louis Riddick 161-79
ME 158-82
Lisa Kerney 158-82
Kevin Seifert 157-83
Mina Kimes 156-84
Mike Golic 155-85
Matt Bowen 154-86
Dan Graziano 151-89
Seth Wickersham 149-91

Without further ado, The Hedgehog Report picks for Week 17 of the 2017 NFL season.

2017 WEEK 17 NFL PICKS
Chicago at Minnesota
Cleveland at Pittsburgh
Dallas at Philadelphia
Green Bay at Detroit
Houston at Indianapolis
N.Y. Jets at New England
Washington at N.Y. Giants
Arizona at Seattle
Kansas City at Denver
Oakland at L.A. Chargers
San Francisco at L.A. Rams
Buffalo at Miami
Carolina at Atlanta
Cincinnati at Baltimore
Jacksonville at Tennessee
New Orleans at Tampa Bay

For the first time in a while, the NFL moved all the games with playoff implications to the 4:25 time period, a la the way they do things in Europe on the final weekend of Soccer.

Posted by Dave at 8:27 am
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3 Responses to “2017 Week 17 NFL Picks”

  1. NYCmike says:

    Suck it, Shyster!

  2. NYCmike says:

    Happy New Year!

    Good luck to the Eagles!

  3. Bitterlaw says:

    The Eagles are playing this like a pre-season game. Most starters will be off the field by half-time. I’m still waiting for the call to see if I get to play linebacker.