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Nov 26, 2017; Santa Clara, CA, USA; San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) watches the game against the Seattle Seahawks during the fourth quarter at Levi's Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Week 13 2022: A case for each favorite

The NFL Week 13 odds and lines are out, and the favorites will try to win and hopefully cover for those betting on them.

Buffalo Bills (-5) at New England Patriots

The advantage at quarterback is absurd. Buffalo should win by a touchdown based on the battle of Josh Allen and Mac Jones alone.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Atlanta Falcons (-1.5)

Atlanta has the extra day of rest, and gets to be at home. This is the classic even-money game, and that could be the difference.

Green Bay Packers (-3) at Chicago Bears

If Justin Fields isn’t healthy for the Bears, hammer the Packers.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Detroit Lions (-1)

Detroit has played much better football over the past month, and the Jaguars are coming off a tough game. Also, the Lions are on the mini-bye.

 

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New York Jets at Minnesota Vikings (-3)

The Vikings are at home and have three extra days of rest. New York has a good defense, but Minnesota is more complete.

Washington Commanders (-2.5) at New York Giants

New York is beginning to reel somewhat, and the Commanders have only lost once since inserting Taylor Heinicke into the starting lineup.

Tennessee Titans at Philadelphia Eagles (-5.5)

The Eagles might be the best team in football. Tennessee has struggled to stop the pass all year, so look for a big game from former Titans star A.J. Brown.

Denver Broncos at Baltimore Ravens (-8)

Have you seen the Broncos?

Cleveland Browns (-7) at Houston Texans

Same as above, just swap in the Texans.

Seattle Seahawks (-8) at Los Angeles Rams

The Rams have essentially punted on the season. If the Seahawks can’t halt their two-game slide with a big win here, there’s deep concern.

Miami Dolphins at San Francisco 49ers (-3.5)

The Dolphins have to come across the country to take on the league’s best defense. Tall order, especially against a Niners team rested and waiting at home.

 

Read: Mike White Stakes A Claim For Jets Starting Role

 

Kansas City Chiefs (-2.5) at Cincinnati Bengals

Kansas City is going to want blood after last year’s AFC title game. Also, Patrick Mahomes is the best player on earth.

Los Angeles Chargers (-2) at Las Vegas Raiders

The Chargers know they need to win consistently, or they’re going to miss the playoffs once again.

Indianapolis Colts at Dallas Cowboys (-9.5)

Frankly, the Colts don’t have the firepower to hang with the Cowboys, especially on primetime.

New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3.5)

Neither one fo these teams are good, but you take Tom Brady over Andy Dalton every time.

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