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NFL Week 13 lines: Making a case for each favorite

The NFL Week 13 lines are here, and there’s only three teams looking at double-digit lines. Here’s the case for each favorite.

Dallas Cowboys (-4.5) at New Orleans Saints

The Cowboys have lost three of four but are getting healthier with receiver CeeDee Lamb likely returning. Also, the Saints have no offense.

Arizona Cardinals (-7.5) at Chicago Bears

Arizona is coming off a bye week, and the Bears are horrific. Chicago is merely playing out the string.

Indianapolis Colts (-9) at Houston Texans

The Texans couldn’t beat the Jets at home. That ought to suffice as a reason.

Los Angeles Chargers at Cincinnati Bengals (-3)

The Bengals are playing some of the AFC’s best football while the Chargers have lost four of their last six. Two teams in opposite directions.

Minnesota Vikings (-7) at Detroit Lions

Have you witnessed the Lions playing football this year? Nobody has, but have you seen them try? Yikes.

New York Giants at Miami Dolphins (-3)

The Dolphins have won four straight and have the Giants and Jets coming up. The defense should stifle both teams from the Big Apple.


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Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5) at New York Jets

Philadelphia has to win to keep playoff hopes alive, and the Jets won last week, so they hit their quota for the month.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-11) at Atlanta Falcons

The Buccaneers have won two straight and are starting to find their rhythm again. Meanwhile, Atlanta is 5-6 but has one of the league’s worst rosters.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Rams (-13)

Los Angeles has lost three consecutive games, but the Jaguars are the perfect team to get right against. Jacksonville is 2-9 and not getting better.

Washington Football Team at Las Vegas Raiders (-2.5)

Las Vegas catches the Football Team on a short week while the Raiders have the mini bye. Huge rest advantage.


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Baltimore Ravens (-3.5) at Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers can’t score, while the Ravens have one of the league’s most electric quarterbacks looking to redeem himself after a four-interception performance.

San Francisco 49ers (-2.5) at Seattle Seahawks

Have you seen the Seahawks’ offense? Just a brutal show.

Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs (-10)

Kansas City is on a four-game winning streak, it’s coming off the bye week, it’s at home, and the defense is playing lights out. Denver has a tall order.

New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills (-3)

Buffalo understands that with a loss here, the division might be gone. Look for the Bills to throw everything they have at a less-talented Patriots team.

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