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Every week during the 2020-21 NFL season one of our top writers will provide his weekly NFL office pool picks article for those that need help with their office pool picks. (This article will be listed directly below on this page and updated weekly so be sure to bookmark this page for weekly updates). All of these picks will be ATS. Even if you are not entered in an NFL office pool, we can give you insight into your NFL betting picks for the weekend or you can just read them for pure entertainment and to see who the experts like for the weekend.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 17
by Jason Radowitz - 12/30/2020
For Week 17, there are games that will make or break seasons. The Giants and Cowboys will square off against one another looking for a chance at winning the NFC East. After their 1 p.m. EST game, the winner will have to wait for Washington and the Eagles to conclude with their game at around 11-11:30pm EST to see which team will win the division. It’s going to be a wild Week 17, but we’ve got you covered.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 16
by Jason Radowitz - 12/23/2020
As we approach the Week 16 slate in the NFL, there are some spots where the lines seem to be a clear overreaction to last week’s finishes. It’s important to look at the full picture when evaluating teams and not just get caught up on last week’s performance. The Steelers and Rams both lost to teams with two wins or less as heavy favorites. This week, both teams might have a chance to pull off upsets. If they had won last week, they’d likely be favorites. Here are the picks, against the spread for every game, for Week 16’s slate.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 15
by Jason Radowitz - 12/16/2020
In the NFC, teams with 6-7 records are still fighting for a chance to make the playoffs. With an Arizona loss to the Eagles, the Bears or Vikings have a chance to complete the comeback and sit inside the playoff standings. That Vikings and Bears game will be critical for NFL standings and also your pick-em contest. We’ve got every game covered against the spread for Week 15.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 14
by Jason Radowitz - 12/10/2020
In Week 13, the Giants upset the Seahawks on the road and have now taken first place in the NFC East with a 5-7 record. A losing team has never made the playoffs since the 16-game era began in 1978. The Giants still have a chance at a winning record but have another tough task this week against another playoff contender in the Arizona Cardinals. Week 14 has many games that have the potential to shake up the standings in the NFL.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 13
by Jason Radowitz - 12/2/2020
This week, we could’ve had Joe Burrow against Tua Tagovailoa. Instead we’ll likely get neither, which is very disappointing, especially knowing LSU is facing Alabama this weekend. Injuries and COVID have taken a toll on teams and players, so make sure to wait until the last possible second to lock in these picks due to potential breaking news.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 12
by Jason Radowitz - 11/25/2020
Thanksgiving weekend always features some intense rivalry games. For Week 12, we’ll have an NFC battle between 3-7 teams that could move one team into first place. We’ll have an AFC North battle between the undefeated Steelers and the playoff hopeful Ravens. We’ve also got the Colts facing off with the Titans in a game that could help decide the AFC South. Here are the pool picks for this week’s slate.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 11
by Jason Radowitz - 11/18/2020
This season in the NFL, we’ve seen so many rookies step up. Part of the reason is due to the pandemic and COVID protocol. On Sunday, the Raiders might have to ask a lot from their second team on defense as eight players are now on the sideline due to contact tracing. However, if these players continue to test negative for the virus, they should be good to go for Sunday. Keep an eye out if you’re betting on the Raiders game.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 10
by Jason Radowitz - 11/11/2020
The NFL is waiting for 4 p.m. EST on Sunday to showcase their top games of the week. The 7-2 Bills will face the 5-3 Cardinals, while the 6-2 Seahawks take on the 5-3 Rams. Also, in the late slate, we’ll get to see Joe Burrow try to pull off an upset against the 8-0 Steelers, who struggled against the Cowboys just last week. Don’t start sleeping during the 1 p.m. EST games and miss the 4 p.m. EST games. You’re going to miss out.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 9
by Jason Radowitz - 11/4/2020
There have been many surprises this season in regards to the NFL standings. But there are none more surprising than the Dolphins and what they’ve been able to accomplish this season. The Dolphins are 4-3 on the season and have allowed just 130 points in seven games, which is 18.57 points per game. That’s incredible. However, there is a real test for the Dolphins on Sunday against the Cardinals.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 8
by Jason Radowitz - 10/28/2020
From my analysis, it seems like sportsbooks and oddsmakers around the world are going to enjoy Sunday. Per my thoughts and analysis, there will be many upsets in Week 9 in the NFL season. In a week filled with divisional games with many implications, many upsets wouldn’t be shocking after all.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 7
by Jason Radowitz - 10/21/2020
We’ll hold our breath, but we might have a full slate of football on Sunday in the NFL. With the league cracking down on protocols, we’ve seen less cases this week. Let’s hope this continues as there are some really interesting games to look at, including two NFC East games that have playoff implications. That is just hilarious. Are the Eagles the best team in the NFC East at this point?
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 6
by Jason Radowitz - 10/14/2020
It’s the 6th week in the NFL. Although we’ve had many scheduling changes and disruptions, we’ve made it this far. The NFL even decided to play a Tuesday night football game last week to make sure all games were played. I had to admit, that was pretty fun. There will be no Thursday night game this week. However, when Sunday hits, we’ll have a ton of action.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 5
by Jason Radowitz - 10/8/2020
We’ve made it to the fifth week of the season in the NFL. Many of our readers have NFL office pools that use against the spread picks. We’re here to help you win those pools. It’s our mission to beat all of your co-workers and family members or friends for a little bit of money or bragging rights. Here’s the breakdown of every NFL game.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 4
by Jason Radowitz - 9/30/2020
We’ve made it to the fourth week of the season in the NFL. Many of our readers have NFL office pools that use against the spread picks. We’re here to help you win those pools. It’s our mission to beat all of your co-workers and family members or friends for a little bit of money or bragging rights. Here’s the breakdown of every NFL game for Week 4.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 3
by Jason Radowitz - 9/23/2020
We’ve made it to the third week of the season in the NFL. Many of our readers have NFL office pools that use against the spread picks. We’re here to help you win those pools. It’s our mission to beat all of your co-workers and family members or friends for a little bit of money or bragging rights. Here’s the breakdown of every NFL game.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 2
by Jason Radowitz - 9/16/2020
We’ve made it to the second week of the season in the NFL. Many of our readers have NFL office pools that use against the spread picks. We’re here to help you win those pools. It’s our mission to beat all of your co-workers and family members or friends for a little bit of money or bragging rights. Here’s the breakdown of every NFL game.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 1
by Jason Radowitz - 9/9/2020
The NFL season will begin on September 10 on Thursday Night between the Chiefs and Texans. We’ll have most of the NFL slate on Sunday with two more games scheduled for Monday night. Many of our readers have NFL office pools that use against the spread picks. We’re here to help you win those pools. It’s our mission to beat all of your co-workers and family members or friends for a little bit of money or bragging rights. Here’s the breakdown of every NFL game.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 17
by Trevor Whenham - 12/24/2019
And then there was one. This long, strange NFL season has come down to the final week of action. And there is a whole lot left to be decided. Of the 16 games to be played in Week 17, 12 of them have playoff implications of some type. That makes this a very interesting slate of games to watch - and hopefully a fruitful one to pick straight up in our last week of NFL office pools action.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 16
by Trevor Whenham - 12/18/2019
We are in the final days now. The NFL year is in the second to last week of what has felt like a remarkably fast season. And there is still a whole lot to be decided. The more that is on the line in the closing weeks, the more interesting the games are to pick. And with 10 of the 16 games on the card having direct playoff implications of one kind or another, it doesn't get much better than this.
NFL Office Pool Picks Week 15
by Trevor Whenham - 12/9/2019
We are getting into crunch time. Three teams have already wrapped up their divisions. Several more have wrapped up a playoff spot - they just needed to figure out what type. And for many, the season is all but over. This is where things start to get the most interesting in this league. And with sample sizes as big as they are, things should get more accurate for NFL office pool players, too. At least that's the theory. Here are my straight up picks for this week:
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