2011 NFL Picks: Week 15 NFL Upsets, Underdogs To Back

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Here at Cappers Info, we are taking a weekly look at the teams that could be ripe to pull off some major upsets! Check out the potentially ugly dogs that could come up and bite you in the butt in you aren’t careful for the Week 15 of NFL betting action!

Year To Date Record: 48-52 ATS
Upset Record: 12-27, -$1,330

Underdog Pick #1: Washington Redskins (+240 at Wager Web Sportsbook) @ New York Giants, Sunday, 1:00 ET: The teams that are in the playoff chase are significantly overvalued this week, and we are going to take tremendous advantage of it. The Giants weren’t just beaten, but they were beaten badly when these two teams squared off in Landover to start the season. QB Rex Grossman is still trying to prove that he is the quarterback that can lead this franchise for the next few years, and he had a good game last week against the Patriots and nearly beat them. If he can stick around with New England, he can probably stick around with the G-Men as well. Don’t be surprised if this one comes down to the wire…

Underdog Pick #2: Seattle Seahawks (+170 at Wager Web Sportsbook) @ Chicago Bears, Sunday 1:00 ET: We think that it is time to kiss the Bears goodbye once and for all this year. Their offense just doesn’t have anything whatsoever to build off of, and they are going to be playing against a Seattle team that just doesn’t have the sort of respect that it probably should right now. These Seahawks are a bad few minutes against Washington away from being above .500. They are probably better than they were last year, and they are certainly playing better ball right now than they were at that time. RB Marshawn Lynch is still a monster, and if QB Tim Tebow can get the job done against this team in the clutch, so can Lynch in the Beast Mode that he has been in for the past two months.

Underdog Pick #3: Indianapolis Colts (+250 at Wager Web Sportsbook) vs. Tennessee Titans, Sunday 1:00 ET: Look, it’s the last shot that the Colts are going to have at winning a game this year, right? In all seriousness, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that QB Dan Orlovsky has a significantly better chance of leading Indy to a win than QB Curtis Painter ever did, and now, the former UConn Husky is going to get a chance to play against a team that he has a half of a chance against, and not New England or Baltimore on the road. The Titans have to be demoralized after last week’s gut-wrenching loss to the Saints, and we could see them coming out flat enough to get beaten by the worst team in football.

Underdog Pick #4: St. Louis Rams (+250 at Wager Web Sportsbook) vs. Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday 1:00 ET: Speaking of demoralized… That’s what the Bengals have to be feeling right now after losing at the gun to the Texans last week. We’re sorry, but the idea of giving up 300 passing yards to QB TJ Yates just isn’t all that appealing to us, and we just don’t see how this defense is going to get back on its feet after allowing Yates to go 80 yards in just over two minutes, including coming up with a conversion with his legs on 3rd-and-15. The Rams are playing for pride, and they have the ultimate weapon in RB Steven Jackson, who is going to be the best player on the field. Though St. Louis’ rush defense is terrible, we do think that it is still going to get the job done against RB Cedric Benson, and in the end, that might be enough to give the hosts their third win of the season.

Lou Palumbo is the founder and part owner of the Cappersinfo.com Sports Handicapping Community. He's been writing and posting free picks and sports handicapping strategies on the Cappersinfo forums and website for 15 years now. He enjoys handicapping just as much as he did from the very first day he built the original Cappersinfo website.

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