Playbook picks: Will Panthers extend Pats’ losing skid?

In what is seemingly becoming a weekly ritual, NFL Network Playbook analyst Brian Baldinger disagrees with his fellow experts on a few key Week 14 games.

Baldinger is going with the Cowboys to beat the Chargers, the Bengals to beat the Vikings and the Panthers to upset the Patriots. Sterling Sharpe and Joe Theismann feel otherwise.

One thing all three of our prognosticators can agree on is that the Colts and Saints will both remain undefeated.

What do you guys think?

Without further ado, take a look at all of their Week 14 picks:

NFC Playbook: Friday 6 p.m. ET

Chargers at Cowboys
Baldinger: Cowboys
Sharpe: Chargers
Theismann: Chargers

Saints at Falcons
Baldinger: Saints
Sharpe: Saints
Theismann: Saints

Bengals at Vikings
Baldinger: Bengals
Sharpe: Vikings
Theismann: Vikings

Packers at Bears
Baldinger: Packers
Sharpe: Packers
Theismann: Packers

Jets at Buccaneers
Baldinger: Jets
Sharpe: Jets
Theismann: Jets

Eagles at Giants
Baldinger: Eagles
Sharpe: Giants
Theismann: Eagles

Cardinals at 49ers
Baldinger: Cardinals
Sharpe: Cardinals
Theismann: Cardinals

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Panthers at Patriots
Baldinger: Panthers
Sharpe: Patriots
Theismann: Patriots

Seahawks at Texans
Baldinger: Texans
Sharpe: Seahawks
Theismann: Seahawks

Lions at Ravens
Baldinger: Ravens
Sharpe: Ravens
Theismann: Ravens

Dolphins at Jaguars
Baldinger: Dolphins
Sharpe: Jaguars
Theismann: Dolphins

Rams at Titans
Baldinger: Titans
Sharpe: Titans
Theismann: Titans

Redskins at Raiders
Baldinger: Redskins
Sharpe: Raiders
Theismann: Redskins

Bills at Chiefs
Baldinger: Chiefs
Sharpe: Chiefs
Theismann: Bills

Broncos at Colts
Baldinger: Colts
Sharpe: Colts
Theismann: Colts

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