NFL picks and predictions Week 16: Titans vs. Packers

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On Sunday, the Titans will have a hard time repeating last week's achievement against the Jets, and not just because the Packers have already clinched a playoff berth.

This weekend, the Tennessee Titans will have no shot of repeating what they did in Week 15: Essentially end its opponent's playoff hopes.

Of course, the Titans can't do that against the Green Bay Packers, because they've already clinched the NFC North. But if you ask experts from around the web, Tennessee wouldn't have a shot of beating Green Bay, anyway.

At ESPN.com, all six analysts who have submitted their picks believe the Packers will come out on top, while ESPN's projection system and fan picks say the same thing. Over at Yahoo! Sports, all three writers have picked Green Bay, as have the majority of the site's users. Finally, CBS Sports' eight experts, along with its prediction machine, agree that the Packers will come out victorious. In fact, all but one of the site's experts believe Green Bay will cover the spread in addition to winning straight up.

The Packers and Titans will kick off at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday from Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. The game will be televised on CBS.

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