NFL odds, lines, picks, spreads, best bets, predictions for Week 13, 2021: Colts favor model, Broncos

Split games abound on the NFL Week 13 schedule, as seven of the league’s games will pit familiar foes against each other. None of them can be expected more than the hottest team in the league, the New England Patriots, to visit Buffalo Bills. NS Patriots won six in a row but were three points behind in the last 13 Weeks NFL Odds at Caesars Sportsbook. The Bills will rest more after their Thanksgiving win, but they’ve alternated wins and losses in their last six games.

Can Buffalo string on consecutive wins and end the Pats’ winning streak? Or New England will reward those who support it during their 13th Week NFL bets? All NFL Week 13 lines are listed below, and SportsLine’s advanced computer model has all the NFL betting tips and predictions you need to make the best NFL Week 13 picks right now..

Model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, up nearly $7,100 for top-ranked $100 players NFL Picks since its establishment more than six years ago. The model entered Week 13 of the 2021 season with a staggering 131-94 on the highest-ranked NFL picks since the 2017 season.

The model also ranked in the top 10 on NFLPickWatch four of the past five years for NFL live picks and beat out more than 94 percent of CBS Sports Football Pick’em players four times during that time period. Anyone who has tracked it is way up.

Now, it has turned its attention to NFL Week 13 Odds and locked in picks for every NFL game. Go here to see all the options.

NFL Week 13 Top Predictions

One of the model’s strongest NFL Week 13 picks is Colts (-8.5) covers the difference from Texans with points for backup. Indy dominated when the two met in Week 6, when the Colts finished with a 31-3 victory. Since then, Indianapolis’s only losses have been 8 . wins Sugarcane seller and Titan.

The Colts are 8-4 over this season and 4-1 over the number on the road. Houston has only four out of 11 games and its offense may be the worst singles of all. The Texans ranked last in points, total yards, yards per play, folds and points per ride. Meanwhile, the Colts are fourth in offensive scoring and possess the NFL leader in dash speed and touchdown, Jonathan Taylor.

This pattern has Indy hitting 30 points for the seventh time in the last eight games, which would be too much for Houston to compete with. The Texans were only able to get 14 points against the Jets’ 32nd-ranked defense last week, and the pattern didn’t make them do much better than Indianapolis. It takes the Colts win by 14 points and covers the spread in more than 60 percent of simulations.

One of the model’s NFL Week 13 predictions: Broncos (+10) against Chief at Arrowhead. Kansas City is about to say goodbye, while the Broncos are having an impressive victory against Charger where LA is limited to only 13 points. Denver only allows 17.8 points per game this season, the third-best performance in the league. Meanwhile, the Chiefs struggled against an elite defense like those that Denver possessed, like Patrick Mahomes and the company is 0-3 over the odds against teams that allow less than 21 points per game.

Captains also sometimes tend to get loose when playing at home, when they’re down 1-5 to a settlement at Arrowhead Stadium. They have averaged two rotations per game at home and Mahomes has failed to light up the Broncos in his career. He’s only thrown 10 touchdowns in his seven starts against Denver, and the model predicts the number modest given that Denver is playing a possession game. The Broncos are expected to be more than 130 meters above the ground, keeping Kansas City’s explosive assault on the sidelines.

SportsLine’s model features Denver (+10) more than 50% of the time. With Denver’s bombardment eroding the clock, the model also said Under (47.5) hit more than 50% of the simulation.

How to Choose Week 13 NFL

The model also made a call to who won and covered every other game on the NFL Week 13 schedule, and it called for a Super Bowl contender to be down. You can only get every pick for every match at SportsLine.

So which NFL picks can you confidently make and which Super Bowl contenders suffered a crushing defeat? Check out the latest NFL odds below, then visit SportsLine to see which teams win and cover, all from a proven computer model and have raised nearly $7,100 since inception., and find out.

Odds, spread, NFL Week 13 lines

Thursday, December 2

Cowboys in Saints (+4 47.5)

Featured game | New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys

Sunday, December 5

Vikings in Lion (+7, 47)

Featured game | Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings

Quantity in Bear (+7, 46)

Featured game | Chicago Bears vs. Arizona Cardinals

Buccaneers at Eagle (+11, 50.5)

Featured game | Atlanta Falcons vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Color in Texas (+8,5, 46)

Featured game | Houston Texans vs Indianapolis Colts

Eagle at Jets (+7, 45.5)

Featured game | New York Jets vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Charger at Bengali (-2,5, 50.5)

Featured game | Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Chargers

Giant in Dolphin (-3, 41.5)

Featured game | Miami Dolphins vs. New York Giants

Washington at Raiders (-2,5, 49.5)

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Jaguar in Rams (-13, 48)

Featured game | Los Angeles Rams and Jacksonville Jaguars

Ravens in Steelsmith (+3, 44.5)

Featured game | Pittsburgh Steelers vs Baltimore Ravens

49ers in Seahawks (+2.5, 46.5)

Featured game | Seattle Seahawks vs San Francisco 49ers

Broncos in the Chiefs (-10, 47.5)

Featured game | Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos

Monday, December 6

Patriots at Bills (-3, 45)

Featured game | Buffalo Bills vs New England Patriots NFL odds, lines, picks, spreads, best bets, predictions for Week 13, 2021: Colts favor model, Broncos


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