NFL Week 13 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 13 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 13 Betting Odds

With the busy Thanksgiving Holiday over we switch gears into the home stretch of the 2023 NFL season. Six of the remaining eight teams that have yet to have a bye will do so in Week 13 with arguably the hottest team in the league getting time to regroup and recover for a run at the No. 1 seed in the AFC. The Ravens won for the sixth time in seven games beating the Chargers 20-10 on Sunday night maintaining their grasp on the top spot in the conference. Kansas City, Jacksonville and Miami are one win back in the standings and can match the leaders with a victory this week.

The betting week starts with a Thursday Night Football clash between NFC hopefuls Seattle and Dallas. Considering their home dominance this year it would behoove the Cowboys to earn the No. 1 seed in the NFC. They are a spotless 5-0 SU and ATS on their home turf winning those games by an average of 29 points with none closer than 20 points. Dak Prescott has thrown four touchdown passes in each of his last three home games with the team topping the 40-point mark in each one. Seattle is heading the opposite direction with losses in two straight and three of their last four games while going just 1-5-1 ATS in their last seven. Dallas hit the board as an 8-point favorite with that number wagered up to 9.5 at the time of this writing, the second-highest on the Week 13 board.

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Thursday, November 30
Seahawks at Cowboys (-9.5) 46.5 Seahawks +367, Cowboys -475
Sunday, December 3
Chargers (-6) at Patriots 40 Chargers -265, Patriots +218
Lions (-4) at Saints 46 Lions -195, Saints +166
Falcons (-3) at Jets 34 Falcons -151, Jets +131
Cardinals at Steelers (-5.5) 40 Cardinals + 203, Steelers -245
Panthers at Buccaneers (-5.5) 37 Panthers + 195, Buccaneers -235
Colts (-2) at Titans 42.5 Colts -130, Titans +110
Dolphins (-10) at Commanders 50.5 Dolphins -450, Commanders +351
Broncos at Texans (-3.5) 46.5 Broncos +163, Texans -190
49ers (-3) at Eagles 46.5 49ers -155, Eagles +135
Browns at Rams (-3.5) 39 Browns +160, Rams -185
Chiefs (-6) at Packers 42 Chiefs -275, Packers +226
Monday, December 4
Bengals at Jaguars (-9) 38.5 Bengals +334, Jaguars -425

Bye Week Teams: Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Las Vegas Raiders, Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants

While there are some big matchups on the slate none are bigger than a rematch of the NFC Championship between the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles. Owners of the best record in the NFL at 10-1, the Eagles have a two-game bulge over the Niners, Cowboys and Detroit Lions for the NFC’s top spot. Not only do the Niners have a chance to avenge their 31-7 loss that cost them a trip to the Super Bowl, Brock Purdy is looking to make things right on his end. It was an injury to Purdy’s elbow that required offseason surgery that wrecked SF’s title dreams. The Niners also got a few extra days to prepare after drubbing Seattle 31-13 on Thanksgiving.

The Eagles had to work overtime against Buffalo on Sunday getting a 59-yard field goal to tie game at the end of regulation then a Jalen Hurts TD run in OT to win 37-34. Both teams average 28.2 points with the early total of 47 the second-highest on the board. The Niners have been better statistically on defense not allowing a TD last week and leading the NFL in fewest points allowed. The Niners are laying 3-points on the early line leaving the Eagles as an underdog for the second time this season. Just a few weeks ago Philly was catching 2.5-points at Kansas City winning outright 21-17.

The top of the overall AFC standings can become a mess with three teams looking to match Baltimore’s 9-3 record. The Chiefs got some swagger back on offense downing Vegas 31-17 on Sunday. It was their second highest point total of the season. They travel to the frozen tundra in Green Bay to face the surging Packers as a 6-point favorite in the Sunday night game. With wins in two straight and three of their last four the Pack is nipping at a NFC playoff spot.

The Miami Dolphins are the biggest favorite on the early Week 13 line laying 10-points for their matchup with Washington. If the line holds it’ll be their third straight game as a double-digit favorite. The Fins covered the 10-point line in their 34-13 Black Friday win over the Jets. The week prior they beat Vegas but failed to cover the 14-point spread. After giving up 105 points during a three-game losing streak the Commanders fired DC Jack Del Rio. It didn’t help that the club traded away some of its top defensive players around the deadline.

The betting week concludes with a Monday night AFC matchup between Cincinnati and Jacksonville. Not only did the Bengals lose QB Joe Burrow to a season-ending injury with their futures odds tanking as a result, they’ve also dropped three in a row. We also miss out on a duel between former No. 1 overall draft picks. Burrow was taken first in the 2020 draft with the Jags’ Trevor Lawrence taken the following year. Jacksonville is an 8.5-point favorite to win for the eighth time in nine games.

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