NFL Week 13 Betting Odds - NFL Lines

NFL Week 13 Betting Lines

NFL Week 13 Lines

This is one of the weirdest weeks in the weirdest season in recent memory. The Pittsburgh-Baltimore game that was originally supposed to be played on Thanksgiving evening has been delayed three times, causing Week 13 to have two Monday games and a not so rare anymore Tuesday game. For the second straight week, there is no Thursday night game, so we will have to wait until Sunday to get our football fix for the first full week in December.

NFL Week 13 Schedule & Lines

MATCHUP TIME TV LINE
Sunday, December 6
Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM CBS -3, 44.5
Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM FOX -11, 41.5
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS +3, 51
Jacksonville Jaguars at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX -10.5, 52.5
Las Vegas Raiders at New York Jets 1:00 PM FOX +7.5, 47
New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM CBS +2.5, 45.5
Cleveland Browns at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS -6, 53.5
New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks 4:05 PM FOX -10, 46.5
Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals 4:05 PM FOX +3, 48.5
Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers 4:25 PM CBS -8.5, 47
New England Patriots at Los Angeles Chargers 4:25 PM CBS +1, 48
Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs 8:20 PM NBC -14, 51
Monday, December 7
Washington at Pittsburgh Steelers 5:00 PM CBS TBA
Buffalo Bills at San Francisco 49ers 8:15 PM ESPN +1, 48
Tuesday, December 8
Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens 5:00 PM FOX/NFLN -7.5, 45.5

BYE WEEK: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Carolina Panthers

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The best early game on Sunday will pit the Cleveland Browns against the Tennessee Titans. Both teams are 8-3, but Cleveland is one of the least impressive 8-3 teams you will ever see.

The Browns have a -21 point differential, and they barely beat Jacksonville last week. They have largely benefited from a weak schedule, and they are 1-3 against teams with winning records. That’s why Tennessee is almost a touchdown favorite over Cleveland although Myles Garrett is back in action for the Browns.

The NFC West is still up for grabs, but the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals are playing catch-up. Both teams are currently behind the Seattle Seahawks, and the Seahawks are going to be heavy favorites against a New York Giants team that won’t have Daniel Jones under center this week. The Rams have one of the best defenses in the league, but they have struggled in division games with a 1-2 record against other NFC West teams.

Kansas City will host Denver on Sunday night, and the Chiefs are favored by two touchdowns over the Broncos. Denver wasn’t able to use any of its quarterbacks last week against New Orleans leading to practice squad WR Kendall Hinton starting under center. Hinton had more interceptions than completions, so everyone is hoping that the Broncos will have at least one of their quarterbacks available this week.

The Monday night games are a doozy. Pittsburgh will host Washington in a battle of completely different division leaders. The Steelers are currently unbeaten heading into Wednesday’s game with Baltimore, while Washington is 4-7. Washington’s only win outside of the NFC East came against 2-8-1 Cincinnati in the game that ended Joe Burrow’s promising rookie season, so the Steelers will be heavy favorites. However, the constant schedule changes may lead to some adverse results for Pittsburgh.

Chris Berman will certainly be happy to see the second Monday night game. Younger viewers may not know the Swami used to pick Buffalo and San Francisco to reach the Super Bowl every year in the 1990s. While the Bills and 49ers never met in the big game, there is at least an outside chance it happens this year. The Bills are 8-3 and in control of the AFC East, while the 49ers are still in the playoff picture at 5-6 despite dealing with some absolutely devastating injuries over the course of the season.

Finally, Dallas is currently slated to travel to Baltimore on Tuesday night to take on the Ravens. The Cowboys will have gone almost two weeks without playing prior to this game, as we last saw them in action on Thanksgiving. Hopefully that will give Mike McCarthy some time to install better trick plays than we saw against Washington.

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