NFL Week 13 marks the final stretch of the 2017 NFL betting regular season. Each game from here on out will help solidify or ruin playoff dreams for many.
NFL Week 13 Betting Cheat Sheet
Last week shook out mostly as expected, outside of the Jaguars losing to the Cardinals and the Bills upset the Chiefs. Here is a quick look at the top (entertainment and betting value wise) week 13 NFL games.
Sunday, Dec. 2nd, 2017
Minnesota at Atlanta -3
FOX at 1:00 pm ET
Minnesota is 6 and 0 straight up. The Vikings are also 6 and 0 against the spread. Minnesota is 3 and 2 against the spread in road games this season. Atlanta is 5 and 6 against the spread. The Falcons have gone 3 and 0 both straight up and against the spread in their last 3 games.
New England -8.5 at Buffalo
CBS at 1:00 pm ET
The New England Patriots are 5 and 0 against the spread in their last 5 games. The Patriots’ defense hasn’t allowed an opponent to score more than 17 points in New England’s last 7 games. Buffalo is 1-4-1 against the spread in their last 6 games. The Bills are 3-1-1 ATS at home.
Carolina at New Orleans -3.5
FOX at 4:25 pm ET
New Orleans beat Carolina 34 to 13 on September 24. The Saints have gone 8 and 1 straight up in their last 9. New Orleans is 7 and 2 against the spread in their last 9. Carolina is 7 and 4 against the spread. In road games, the Panthers are 5 and 1 against the spread.
L.A. Rams -6 at Arizona
FOX at 4:25 pm ET
Arizona is 3-2-1 against the spread in their last 6. The Cardinals are 2-2-1 ATS at home. The L.A. Rams are 3 and 2 against the spread in away games this season. The Rams have gone 3 and 1 against the spread in their last 4.
Philadelphia -6 at Seattle
NBC at 8:30 pm ET
The Philadelphia Eagles have the best straight up record in the NFL. The Eagles are 10 and 1 straight up. Against the spread, Philadelphia is 9 and 2. Seattle is 2-3-1 against the spread in their last 6 games. This season, the Seahawks have gone 1 and 4 ATS at home.
Monday, Dec. 4th, 2017
Pittsburgh -7 at Cincinnati
ESPN at 8:30 pm ET
Pittsburgh is 3 and 3 against the spread in away games. Cincinnati is 2 and 3 against the spread at home. Pittsburgh beat Cincinnati 29 to 14 on Oct. 22. The Steelers covered the spread as a -4 favorite.