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Week 12 Sunday NFL Picks: Can Broncos add to their winning streak against Browns?

Which Week 12 game are you most looking forward to watching on Sunday?

Minnesota Vikings v Denver Broncos Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images

With the Rams visiting the Cardinals in an important game to their playoff hopes, which Week 12 Sunday game are you most looking forward to watching?

One matchup I’ll be watching along with LA’s game this weekend will be a battle between two teams in the thick of the AFC playoff picture. The 7-3 Cleveland Browns travel to face the 5-5 Denver Broncos who are on a mile high tear as of late.

The Broncos are on a four-game winning streak and are coming off a 21-20 primetime win over the Minnesota Vikings. Head coach Sean Payton has guided Denver to a .500 record following their dismal 1-5 start to the 2023 campaign. Quarterback Russell Wilson has fully washed the Nathaniel Hackett stink off him. Through 10 games. Wilson has thrown for 19 touchdowns to just four interceptions. He threw 16 touchdown passes all of last season. Hard to believe this is the same team that gave up 70 points to the Dolphins early in the year. The Browns won a hard-fought 13-10 matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Rookie QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson led the Brownies to a game-winning 34-yard field goal, completing all four passes on the drive. Thompson-Robinson faces a highly opportunistic defense that has forced 13 turnovers since Week 7.

The Broncos play host to the Browns at 3:05 p.m. PT.

Denver is a 1.5-point favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook while my picks for Tallysight are shown below.

Other games on the Week 12 Sunday slate to watch out for include Saints at Falcons, Steelers at Bengals, Jaguars at Texans in a crucial AFC South clash, Buccaneers at Colts, Patriots at Giants in the toilet bowl matchup of the week, Panthers at Titans, Chiefs at Raiders and the Bills at Eagles. Sunday Night Football will be a treat as Justin Herbert and the Chargers host MVP hopeful Lamar Jackson and the Ravens.

Which Sunday game are you most looking forward to?