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 With an overall record of 98-95, including 6-10 last week, TSN football analyst Chris Schultz is back with his Week 14 NFL selections in Risky Business. Vegas Golden Knights Pro Shop . Dallas (-3.5) at Chicago Both teams have talent on offence and concerns on defence. In the last two games, Dallas has allowed 61 points, not on big plays but more on long drives. For Chicago, they have allowed 30 or more points in five games this year and were outscored 31-3 by Detroit in the final three quarters on Thanksgiving. Neither team has a preparation advantage but Dallas is playing for the playoffs and Chicago is just playing. Cowboys Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (-3) Cincinnati controls its own destiny with games against Pittsburgh, at Cleveland, Denver and the final game of the year at Pittsburgh. I am sure there are concerns in Cincinnati as a one-point win over Tampa Bay is unimpressive but, in the two games previous to that, the Bengals were impressive, easily beating Houston and New Orleans both on the road. This will be the first home game in three weeks so being back home after such a long absence is an advantage. This is pretty much it for Pittsburgh. A loss here would eliminate chances of a division title and put them in desperation for a wildcard spot. With Vontez Burfict back at linebacker and Giovani Bernard at running back, Cincinnati is getting healthy. Bengals St. Louis (-2.5) at Washington I remember saying this last year at this time even though they had a losing record: The Rams are a pretty good team. And I say it again. You see the Rams under Jeff Fisher improving. They win games in all different ways and win games dominating because of their defensive line. When Fisher was in Tennessee, he had Jevon Kearse as his top impact player. Now he has Robert Quinn. There is talk in Washington that over the last four weeks, it is Colt McCoy that will play to improve and not necessarily RG3. The Rams have won four of their last seven, including wins over Seattle, at San Francisco, Denver and destroying 0akland 52 to 0. Rams NY Giants at Tennessee (Pick) Not a whole lot to work with here. Both teams are out of the playoffs and the Giants have lost eight in a row. Last week against Jacksonville, they had a 21-0 lead but imploded and lost 25-24. That said, if Ryan Fitzpatrick can throw for 358 yards and six touchdown passes, Eli Manning should see an opportunity. The problem for New York is ball security, the problem for Tennessee is a defence that has allowed 88 points in the last two games. Giants Carolina at New 0rleans (-9.5) The NFC South is the oddest division in all of football. Both the Saints and Falcons are 5-7 but one of these two teams is going to the playoffs. The Falcons do have the tiebreaker, having beaten the Saints 37-34 way back in Week 1. So the Saints have a lot to play for as Atlanta plays the Packers in Green Bay. And now they play a Carolina team that has not scored a first half touchdown in eight straight games. If that trend continues, it could be an easy Saints win. If the Vikings can beat the Panthers 31-13 in the extreme cold, the Saints can do the same in a home dome. It is divisional but New Orleans still plays hard and has a goal of an NFC South title while Carolina has not won in eight weeks. Saints NY Jets at Minnesota (-6) Last weeks Monday night game was the Jets last high profile moment to regain respect and redemption but they lost, 16-13. In the first half alone, New York ran for 230 yards so Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer knows if he can stop that phase of football, he can stop the Jets cold, and it will be cold. Slightly misleading in the 31-13 win over Carolina was the two blocked punts for 14 points. Jets Baltimore at Miami (-3) This is a Who has the better pass rusher game. Can Cam Wake and Olivia Vernon outperform Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil? It is so important for Baltimore to rush the passer effectively as going into this week,they are 31st-ranked in pass defence. Both teams are 7-5 but the road is easier for Baltimore with Jacksonville, at Houston and Cleveland at home. Miami has goes to New England (whom they they beat in Week 1), Minnesota and the Jets. Flacco over Tannehill; Ravens over Dolphins. Ravens Indianapolis (-3.5) at Cleveland Interesting game in a definite atmosphere advantage for the Browns. Starting Brian Hoyer or Johnny Manziel will be decided early in the week as that quarterback has to get the practice reps as much as possible. But there is no comparison to either quarterback and Andrew Luck. Trent Richardson would enjoy a big game against his former employer and also needs it. Daniel Heron, a 510, 212lbs second-year player from Ohio State has carried the ball 42 times for 227 yards for a 5.4 average per carry and a touchdown. Nice job by GM Ryan Grigson to find the free agent talent. Colts Tampa Bay at Detroit (-9.5) The points are a lot but the Lions can score a lot and quickly. Coming off the Thursday win against Chicago and at 8-4, the Lions have Tampa Bay, Minnesota, at Chicago and at Green Bay left. The Packers are 9-3 but if both teams win out, come Week 17 they will play for the NFC North title as Detroit won the first game, 19-7 in Week 3. The Packers have Atlanta, at Buffalo and at Tampa Bay, which are all winnable games. The Lions play their best at home. Lions Houston (-5) at Jacksonville The reason the Jaguars beat the Giants last week was because the Giants gave it away. The reason Houston dominated Tennessee was because Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for six touchdowns. The second star was DeAndre Hopkins with nine catches as the alternative to Andre Johnson. JJ Watt is a possible MVP candidate and his impact should be felt again. Texans Buffalo at Denver (-10) The Broncos have found a running game or, more specifically, a running back. CJ Anderson, a 58, 225lbs free agent in his second year, is more power back than make-you-miss guy but in only 98 carries, he has 536 yards. Significant running success will offset pass rush success and the Bills do have an exceptional defensive line. Defensively for Denver, they had their best game of the year. KC only ran 44 plays, Alex Smith was sacked six times and the offence was 1-for-9 on 3rd down. The Bills defence is coming off its best game of the year, holding the Browns to 17 yards on 12 plays in their first five possessions. There is a greater chance the Broncos repeat their excellence on defence against Kyle 0rton than the Bills do against Peyton Manning in Denver. Broncos Kansas City at Arizona (-1) Arizona has lost two in a row (at Seattle and at Atlanta) and will be without number 1 running back Andre Ellington. They are only one game up on Seattle and two games up on San Francisco with four games to go to win the NFC West. For Kansas City, they too have lost the last two (in 0akland and against Denver) and looked bad losing. In losing 29-18 to Atlanta, it was only the second time a team has scored more than 20 on the Cardinals defence. Arizona to blitz KC into submission and win by three. Cardinals Seattle at Philadelphia (-1) With Mark Sanchez at quarterback, the Philadelphia Eagles are 3-1 and have scored 35 points a game. But against a complete team like Green Bay, he looked average and regressed. Seattle is also a complete team, allowing only three points to the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers. QB Russell Wilson is the teams second leading rusher and only 321 yards away from 1,000 yards on the season. What is critical is coming off the Thursday night win over the 49ers, the Seahawks have time to prepare for the unique style of the Eagles offence. The Eagles also have extra time but it benefits Seattle more than Philadelphia. In a close one, Seattle by three. Seattle San Francisco (-8) at Oakland I would not be surprised if Oakland won this one outright. The Raiders were humiliated 52-0 last week and if there is character and substance to the team, the effort, execution and pass protection will be better this week. And this is a sandwich game for the 49ers. Last week, they lost 19-3 loss to Seattle and next week, they have to go back to Seattle. Yes, first things first but it wont be easy. Raiders New England (-3.5) at San Diego I cant see New England losing two in a row. And the number one challenge to see that not happen is Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers. In the last three games (a 7-point win over 0akland, a 3-point win over St. Louis and a 1-point win at Baltimore), Rivers is completing 75 per cent of his passes and has put together two long fourth quarter drives to beat Baltimore. Rivers is not an Aaron Rodgers-type quarterback. He is a drive sustainer while Rodgers is big playmaker. I expect a better defensive game from New England this week. Green Bay had 368 passing yards, 130 rushing yards and were 10-of-17 on 3rd down. New England is tied with Denver at 9-3 and need homefield to have the AFC championship go through Gillette Stadium. Patriots Atlanta at Green Bay (-12) This will definitely be the coldest game the Falcons have played all season and as a dome team to the what may be brutal outdoors, advantage Green Bay. I expect the Packers to play a lot of zone, double up on Julio Jones and Roddy White and force Matt Ryan to beat them by systematically and incrementally going down the field. Ryan is coming off a 500-yard passing day against Arizona but Id would be surprised if he duplicated it. The Packers need this one. Philadelphia is 9-3 but Green Bay has beaten them and Arizona is 9-3. Also Detroit is 8-4 and has beaten the Packers already. Seattle is 8-4 and playing well. Homefield advantage is truly an advantage in Green Bay in January. On Monday night, they take another step to getting it. Packers Wholesale Golden Knights Jerseys . PAUL, Minn. Fake Golden Knights Jerseys . The world No. 1 had one of the most dominating performances in a final and was on his way to a possible shutout on Sunday until the third-seeded Berdych broke the super Serbs serve in the 12th game of the match.MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Vikings will suspend special teams co-ordinator Mike Priefer without pay for three games this season and donate $100,000 to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights groups, in response to former punter Chris Kluwes allegations of anti-gay slurs and taunts made by Priefer. The Vikings announced the punishment Friday as part of a summary of findings by outside lawyers hired in January to investigate Kluwes accusations, which included a claim he was released because of his gay-rights advocacy. The Vikings said Priefers ban could be reduced to two games at their discretion, provided he attends individualized anti-harassment, diversity and sexual-orientation sensitivity training. Such education has been required for all Vikings employees, coaches and players on an annual basis for the past several years, the team said, and the improvements for the programs will be considered. Chris Madel, a former Justice Department attorney, and Eric Magnuson, a former chief justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, from the Minneapolis-based law firm Robins, Kaplan, Ciresi and Miller recently presented their report to the Vikings after interviewing 31 people and examining 121 gigabytes of data. Priefer was questioned three times. According to a 29-page analysis of the investigation by employment law consultants Littler Mendelson and Donald Prophete, commissioned by the Vikings and released Friday, Priefer initially denied making a remark Kluwe alleged about "putting all the gays on an island and nuking it" but later acknowledged he might have. Long snapper Cullen Loeffler told the investigators he heard the same comment Kluwe did, but that he assumed Priefer was joking. Also in the analysis of the investigation released by Mendelson and Prophete: -- Vikings officials were nearly unanimous in deciding Kluwes 2012 season was substandard, and the report said Priefer actually gave Kluwe a higher grade than any of the front-office evaluators. The Vikings have maintained the move to cut Kluwe was strictly football-based after they drafted Jeff Locke in the fifth round and Kluwe was due to make $1.45 million in the 2013 season at age 31. -- The investigators asked former Chicago general manager Jerry Angelo and former NFL punter Craig Hentrich to analyze Kluwes performance as well, and Hentrich gave Kluwe a "C" grade overall. -- The report also cited anecdotes from several interviewees about the penchant for off-colourbehaviour by Kluwe, whose Internet and Twitter criticisms of various institutions and individuals have often contained obscenee language. Vegas Golden Knights Gear. According to the report, Kluwe poked fun at Tom Kanavy, the strength and conditioning coach at the time, in a vulgar manner that made light of the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal at Penn State, where Kanavy attended and later worked. In a statement from the team, Priefer apologized to owners Mark Wilf and Zygi Wilf, the organization, the fans, his family, the LGBT community, Kluwe and "anyone else that I offended with my insensitive remark." Added Priefer, who was hired by the Vikings in 2011: "I regret what has occurred and what I said. I am extremely sorry, but I will learn from this situation and will work on educating others to create more tolerance and respect." Kluwe, however, said Friday he will still sue the team for discrimination, against his gay-rights activism and agnostic beliefs, as well as defamation and wrongful interference of his contract. His attorney, Clayton Halunen, said the complaint will be filed in Hennepin County District Court as early as Monday, seeking $10 million in damages. They announced earlier this week their impending lawsuit and did not reach a settlement agreement with the team. "Here we have this company, this Minnesota company whos getting $400 million out of taxpayers funds to build the stadium, and yet they are violating state law by engaging in discriminatory conduct, and that is unacceptable," Halunen said. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said: "We support our teams enforcing their workplace policies and commend the Wilfs for doing a thorough investigation and taking appropriate steps in response to the findings." The Wilf brothers, in a joint statement provided by the team, said Madel and Magnuson "were in full control of the investigation at all times." They said theyre pleased Mendelson and Prophete "concluded that there was no wrongdoing" by the Vikings in releasing Kluwe. "We are very disappointed with some of the findings contained within the report," the Wilfs said. "As we have said in the past, we consistently strive to create -- and believe we have -- a supportive, respectful and accepting environment for our players, coaches and staff, and we strongly disassociate the club from the statement that Coach Priefer made. Coach Priefer is a good man, and we know that he deeply regrets the comment. We do not believe that this error in judgment should define him." In his scathing article posted Jan. 2 on the website that spelled out the allegations, Kluwe said Zygi Wilf expressed support for his gay-rights advocacy. ' ' ' 
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