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2019 NFL Week 13 Betting
Twelve weeks are in the books and NFL bettors have even more data to make informed decisions on how the games could play out moving forward. Last week saw the Texans take over control of the AFC South, the Buccaneers put an end to the Falcons mirage win streak, the Browns flex their offensive muscles in a get-well spot for Baker Mayfield against the Dolphins, the Saints escape the Panthers at home, the Jets lay the smack down upon the unsuspecting Raiders, the Seahawks remain undefeated on the road against the floundering Eagles, Derrick Henry have another huge game against the division rival Jaguars, the Patriots outlast the Cowboys in the rain, and the 49ers curb stomp the Packers in front of a nationally televised audience. The bye weeks are finally done, so let’s dig into some of the more notable Week 13 games and see what they have to offer!
NFL Week 13 Matchups Odds
Chicago vs. Detroit (+1.5, 38.5)
Buffalo vs. Dallas (-6.5, 44.5)
New Orleans vs. Atlanta (+6.5, 49.5)
Green Bay vs. New York (+6, 46)
Washington vs. Carolina (-10, 40.5)
San Francisco vs. Baltimore (-4.5, 46)
Tennessee vs. Indianapolis (-2.5, 43.5)
Philadelphia vs. Miami (+8.5, 46)
Oakland vs. Kansas City (-10, 52.5)
Tampa Bay vs. Jacksonville (-1, 49)
New York vs. Cincinnati (+4.5, 39.5)
Los Angeles vs. Arizona (+4.5, 47)
Los Angeles vs. Denver (+2.5, 38.5)
Cleveland vs. Pittsburgh (+2, 40)
New England vs. Houston (+3, 44.5)
Minnesota vs. Seattle (-3, 49)
A Turkey Day trifecta is set to go down on Thursday with the Bears squaring off against the Lions, the Bills going into Big D to take on the Cowboys, and the Saints traveling to Hotlanta to battle the division rival Falcons. The meat of the Thanksgiving Day sandwich offers up the most intrigue with the Bears, Lions and Falcons not going to the playoffs and New Orleans likely to be one of the top-2 seeds in the NFC. As for the Bills and Cowboys, there’s still much to be decided; especially for the latter. Jerry Jones just went on record stating he isn’t happy with the team’s progress this season. That likely means Jason Garrett’s job security is hanging by a thread. Should he end up losing this game, it wouldn’t be shocking to see Dallas make a major change within the organization with only a month’s worth of games remaining on the docket.
The Tennessee Titans have been lying in the weeds waiting to strike. Now that they got themselves a serviceable quarterback leading the offense, Mike Vrabel’s squad needs to be taken more seriously. You can expect linemakers to do just that should it come out of this week’s road trip to Indianapolis with a win that snaps their three-game SU and ATS losing streak to the Colts. Frank Reich’s squad went into Nissan Stadium and handed the Titz a 19-17 loss as field goal underdogs when the teams last met back in Week 2, and Tennessee’s managed just one win and two pointspread covers in its last 10 visits to Lucas Oil Stadium.
First place in the AFC West will be on the line this Sunday when the silver and black venture into Arrowhead Stadium to take on Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs who’ll enter the tilt fully refreshed and invigorated after being on bye the previous week. If you can believe it, KC owns losing 2-3 SU and ATS records when playing in front of the hometown faithful with losses already incurred against the Colts, Texans and Packers. The key to all three of those teams logging outright victories was their ability to run the football and control the game clock. Looks like rookie Josh Jacobs will play a crucial role in the game’s final outcome should Oakland be more competitive than it was last week versus the Jets.
Neither the Browns nor Steelers will likely catch the Ravens atop the AFC North standings. With that, the Week 13 showdown between the bitter rivals brings with it an extra helping of intrigue with each firmly entrenched in the race for one of the two AFC wild card slots. Add to the mix the unfortunate sequence of events that went down at the tail end of the first meeting, and NFL bettors have what looks to be a doozy at their disposal with both squads likely ready, willing and able to fight to the death. You have to go all the way back to the 2003 season to find the last time Cleveland went into Heinz Field and came out victorious!
The matchups set to go on both Sunday and Monday Night Football could ultimately prove to be previews of playoff matchups with the Patriots set to square off against the Texans in Houston and the Vikings and Seahawks scheduled to get it on in front of the 12th Man. Bill O’Brien’s troops have had no luck with the defending champs evidenced by going 0-8 SU and 2-6 ATS in the team’s last eight overall skirmishes. Same can be said for Mike Zimmer’s Vikings who’ve lost each of the last five battles with the Seahawks and managed just one cover against the NFL odds during that stretch. Even so, both prime time games are sure to deliver in Week 13!
NFL Week 13 Betting Schedule - November 28-December 2
NFL Regular Season Schedule
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