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NFL Week 13 odds: Making a case for each underdog

NFL Week 13 begins with the Beats VS the Lions on Thursday Night Football. Below we make a case for each underdog in NFL Week 13.

Chicago Bears (-1) at Detroit Lions

Mitchell Trubisky is involved, that always helps. Plus, the Lions and Bears are basically the same team, and the game is in Detroit this time around.

Buffalo Bills at Dallas Cowboys (-7)

Buffalo is two games better in the standings and has a terrific defense. A touchdown spread is plenty with two teams pretty evenly matched.

New Orleans Saints (-7) at Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons already plowed the Saints a few weeks ago. At home and on national television, there’s reason to believe Atlanta at least keeps it close again.

Cleveland Browns (-1) at Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers are going to be out for major revenge this week. Take the team with the better coach at home.

Green Bay Packers (-6.5) at New York Giants

This is a tough case to make. The Giants have lost seven straight, so probability?


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New York Jets (-3.5) at Cincinnati Bengals

Andy Dalton is starting, so that’s a huge plus. Dalton isn’t great, but he’s Joe Montana compared to Ryan Finley.

Philadelphia Eagles (-8.5) at Miami Dolphins

Miami has been much more competitive over the past month. The Eagles have been downright offensive offensively.

San Francisco 49ers at Baltimore Ravens (-4.5)

Why are the 49ers laying 4.5 points here? Baltimore is great and looks amazing but so do the Niners. This should be a three-point line.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars (-1.5)

The Buccaneers are the most unpredictable team in football. That said, with two evenly-matched teams, Jameis Winston will be all the difference … one way or the other.

Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts (-3)

Why not roll with Ryan Tannehill right now? The veteran has been on fire in recent weeks and has the Titans playing some of the best ball in the AFC.

Washington Redskins at Carolina Panthers (-1o)

The Redskins aren’t winning, but covering 10 points against Kyle Allen isn’t out of the question.

Los Angeles Rams (-4) at Arizona Cardinals

Have you seen Jared Goff?


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Los Angeles Chargers (-1) at Denver Broncos

The Chargers are the better team, but that’s been the case plenty of times this year in losses for Los Angeles. The Broncos can make this a long day for Philip Rivers.

Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs (-10)

The Raiders are going to have a tough time winning, but 10 points is a lot. Oakland can keep the game close by running with Josh Jacobs and milking the clock.

New England Patriots (-3.5) at Houston Texans

The Patriots can’t score, and Deshaun Watson has the ability to extend plays and be a major problem for New England’s defense. Plus, the game is in Houston.

Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks (-3)

The Vikings are off a bye and Kirk Cousins should have a field day against Seattle’s corners.

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