Week 14 NFL picks: Lions won't break two-decade losing streak at Lambeau

Leon Halip

The Detroit Lions never win in Green Bay but they will cover the spread if the Week 14 NFL prediction computer is right. Check out picks on all 16 games.

Denver hit the Thursday nighter riding an 0-11 ATS streak in one important category but the Odds Shark prediction computer said to bet against the trend.

And it was right. By predicting a 33-13 final in Oakland (it was actually 26-13), the Broncos covered as a big favorite for the first time in a dozen tries.

Now we'll see if the rest of the computer's Week 14 NFL picks are just as good or if it will fall down again (like last week's 6-7-1 ATS run in 14 games where it made selections).

Lions cover at Green Bay

Detroit hasn't won at Lambeau since 1991 (21 straight losses) but the computer's 28-23 prediction for Green Bay would allow the Lions to cover the 7-point spread. In this case, the computer is bucking a pair of pro-Packer trends. The Lions are just 2-8-1 ATS in their past 11 road games and even worse (0-8-1 ATS) in their past nine divisional games.

Jets win at Jacksonville

Hard to imagine picking the Jets after the Week 13 abomination against Arizona, but the computer fades one anti-Jets trend and predicts 17-11 win at Jacksonville. The Jets are 1-6 ATS in their past seven against the Jags, who are a money-losing 1-5 SU and ATS in the past six home games.

Bears win and cover at Minnesota

In this NFC North battle, the computer sides with a handful of key trends in its 29-20 prediction. First, the Bears 6-0 SU and ATS in their past 6 games vs the Vikings, a team that is just 2-13 SU iin its past 15 within the division. The Bears have also won and covered 4 straight games as a road fave.

Check out the rest of the Week 14 picks (including the Pats winning but failing to cover against the Texans on Monday Night) and watch for line moves here at SBNation.com.

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