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2 Crazy Bold Predictions for Week 17!

by , and • December 30, 2018

Every Sunday morning our team of Rob Willette, Ryan McDowell, and Sal Leto bring you their Bold Predictions of the week. Maybe they are out of their minds or maybe they have the player that can win it all for you this week.

James Washington Has 100+ yards and a touchdown

Steelers veteran WR Antonio Brown is in danger of not playing in Sunday’s must-win game which will open the door for more playing time and production for rookie WR James Washington. The Steelers need to win and then need help but they get to face the lowly Bengals. WR Juju Smith-Schuster should have a big day and RB James Conner could be back on the field, but QB Ben Roethlisberger always spreads the ball around, leading to a surprising game for the rookie Washington. – Ryan McDowell

Andrew Luck 350+ pass yards and 4 touchdowns

In the last game to be played in the regular season the Titans and Colts will face off in a prime time matchup that is essentially a playoff game. The winner of this game will get the last playoff spot in the AFC. Luck will face a Titans defense that has given up on average just 229 pass yards a game and 1.2 touchdowns a game. The Titans are just as good stopping running backs so if they are going to win this game it’s gonna be on the arm of Luck. Andrew will step up today and put up both the highest yardage and touchdown total on the Titans all season while leading the Colts to the playoffs. – Sal Leto

 

Sal Leto (@LetoSal), Ryan McDowell (@RyanMc23), and Rob Willette (@RobWillette24) are freelance contributors for the SportsHub Games Network, Inc., Fanball’s parent company. Any advice or strategies provided by SportsHub contributors represent their personal opinions; they do not necessarily reflect the view(s) of SportsHub Games Network and are not necessarily reflective of the strategies they may employ in their own lineups.