Found December 01, 2012 on Gridiron Experts:
NFL Picks Week 13 Last week this article went 1-2 for the first time this year to bring my “Money Where Your Mouth Is” record to 18-4. Our entire staff is still making great picks on our NFL picks section (which you can find here). Jonathan is still leading our straight up picks and has increased his correct pick percentage to 72.47% with a 12-4 record last week. My against the spread pick percentage increased last week to 54.29%, as I picked a 10-6 record.   Chicago at -4.5 The Bears are hosting a underrated Seahawks that play well at home but are 1-5 on the road this season. The only team they have beaten is Carolina and they only won by 4 points. The Bears are 5-1 at home. Chicago will will have their star running back Matt Forte, but look for the very capable Michael Bush to see some decent workload this week. Chicago will try to attack this Seattle run defense that allowed 189 yards on the road to Miami last Sunday. While the Seahawks will try a similar strategy with the run fi...
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