NFL picks Week 15: Jaguars vs. Dolphins

Sam Greenwood

Both teams are struggling, but the consensus is that Miami will come out on top this Sunday.

The Miami Dolphins face the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 15 with both teams wrapping up disappointing seasons. A survey of expert picks around the net shows that most expect the Dolphins to move towards finishing on a high note, while Jacksonville will continue to slide at the end.

The picks at Yahoo! Sports show a unanimous vote for Miami, with all three writers and the collective Yahoo! users picking the Dolphins to win. It's much the same story over at ESPN, where of the writers and former players who have made a pick, all favor the Fins. The Accuscore prediction machine also sees Jacksonville coming up short. CBS Sports picks both straight up and against the spread, and giving Jacksonville 7.5 points is enough to spur two of eight people to pick them. Selecting straight up, all eight men call for a Miami victory.

Two teams playing for pride can be a difficult game to predict, but on paper it seems nearly everyone thinks this one is Miami's to lose.

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