With a 4-4 outcome last week, the sure-fire picks sit at 53-72-2. Handicapping the last week of the regular season is like taking candy from a baby. Watch and learn.

Detroit at Green Bay (-11), 1 p.m. Sunday
This is it – one last chance for the Lions to escape going down as the worst team in the history of the NFL. The Lions will shock the football world and get in the win column. Lions +11.

Kansas City at Cincinnati (-3), 1 p.m. Sunday
The Bengals are on fire, having won two in a row. A win Sunday would be a nice way to end a nightmare of a season for Marvin Lewis and they boys. Bengals -3.

Tennessee (-3) at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. Sunday
With their playoff positions locked in, the Colts and Titans will be heavily utilizing their backups. That’s bad news for the Colts’ hopes of getting to 12 wins. Titans -3.

New England (-7) at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Sunday
Everyone is chalking up the Patriots for this win. Has anyone been watching the NFL this season? Expect the unexpected and expect the Bills to fight to the finish in hopes of spoiling the Patriots postseason aspirations. Bills +7.

Oakland at Tampa Bay (-13), 1 p.m. Sunday
The wheels have fallen off for the Bucs down the stretch, and they need some help to get in the postseason. They will take out their frustrations on the lowly Raiders. Bucs -13.

Miami at NY Jets (-2.5), 4:15 p.m. Sunday
Some things are too good to be true. The Dolphins’ season has been nothing short of a miracle, but the Jets will rain on their parade in the season finale. Jets -2.5.

Seattle at Arizona (-6.5), 4:15 p.m. Sunday
The Cardinals have been pathetic down the stretch and need a statement win as they head into the playoffs. Mike Holmgren’s final season with the Seahawks mercifully comes to an end. Cardinals -6.5.

Denver at San Diego (-9), 8:15 p.m. Sunday
A rivalry game for the division crown will not get out of hand. Besides, the Broncos have a huge advantage in the coaching department, which will help keep this one close. Broncos +9.