NFL picks and predictions Week 14: Ravens vs. Redskins

Rob Carr

It's expected to be a close contest between the Baltimore Ravens and Washington Redskins this weekend, and experts are split on who they think will come out on top.

The Washington Redskins are favored by two points at home this weekend against the Baltimore Ravens, and in a game that's expected to be close, experts are split on who they think will come out on top.

At CBS Sports, analysts are going with the Redskins by a 5-3 count. Washington is just 6-6 on the year, but has won three straight games, including a 17-16 matchup on Monday night against the New York Giants. Alfred Morris and quarterback Robert Griffin III lead a Washington offense that ranks first in the NFL in rushing yards per game, while Santana Moss provides a reliable target for a solid Redskins offense.

Jason Cole and Mike Silver are the only two to have made calls so far for Yahoo! Sports, and they split their decision as well, with Cole liking Washington and Silver taking Baltimore.

The Ravens had their four-game winning streak snapped last week against the Steelers, but Joe Flacco and company are still 9-3 on the year. Ray Rice has rushed for eight touchdowns, while Anquan Boldin has 55 receptions for 750 yards.

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