NFL Week 13 QB Matchups Betting Preview, Odds & Picks for Every Game

NFL Week 13 QB Matchups Betting Preview, Odds & Picks for Every Game

It’s Week 13 of the NFL season, and it’s time to look at each of the quarterback matchups, and we’ll also give you our NFL Betting prediction for each game.

Who’ll Win the Quarterback Matchups in Week 13? | NFL Lines & Betting Predictions

Buffalo Bills (-6) @ New England Patriots

Mac Jones still isn’t getting things done in New England, but he shouldn’t take all of the blame. Josh Allen has been making some bad mistakes in the red zone. We think the Bills win a close one on the road, barely covering the spread.

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Atlanta Falcons (-1.5)

Kenny Pickett is starting to put things together for the Steelers, while Marcus Mariota is still plugging along for the Falcons. This should be a good matchup. We give the advantage to the Steelers in this one.

Denver Broncos @ Baltimore Ravens (-8)

The Russell Wilson acquisition has been a bust for the Broncos. Lamar Jackson hasn’t had the season that he hoped to have, and the Ravens have blown numerous leads this season. Denver can’t keep up with the Ravens. Baltimore wins by 10.

Green Bay Packers (-3) @ Chicago Bears

We’re not sure who will be under center for either team. Aaron Rodgers left last week’s game with an oblique injury, and Jordan Love came in and played well in a close loss to the Eagles. Justin Fields sat out last Sunday’s game with a separated shoulder, and we don’t know his status for this one. Either way, Green Bay will win and cover.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Detroit Lions (-1)

Trevor Lawrence has been playing much better as of late, and he led a Jacksonville comeback victory over Baltimore. Jared Goff has been leading a very good Detroit offense that almost knocked off the Bills last week. Detroit will find a way to lose this one.

Cleveland Browns (-7) @ Houston Texans

How ironic, we’ll see the return of Deshaun Watson for the Cleveland Browns in his former home stadium in Houston. Kyle Allen has replaced Davis Mills. We’d love to see Houston spoil Watson’s return, but we don’t think it will happen. Cleveland wins, but won’t cover.

New York Jets @ Minnesota Vikings (-3)

Mike White sparked the New York Jets offense in a victory over the Bears last week. Minnesota beat New England on Thanksgiving. Kirk Cousins actually played well for once in a prime time game. Mike White will come back to Earth this week, and the Vikings win by a touchdown.

Washington Commanders (-1.5) @ New York Giants

Taylor Heinicke’s magic continues to work. Washington is playing well, and their defense will give Daniel Jones and the Giants fits. The Commanders win this one by a field goal.

Tennessee Titans @ Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5)

Ryan Tannehill has been making some big throws for the Titans. Jalen Hurts may be leading the best offense in the league. Philadelphia has the better team and will win, but Tennessee will stay close and won’t let the Eagles cover the spread.

Seattle Seahawks (-8) @ Los Angeles Rams

We don’t know if Matthew Stafford will be cleared to play, or if Bryce Perkins will lead the Rams again this week. Geno Smith continues to defy his doubters and is leading the Seahawks towards a playoff berth. The Rams are in a state of disarray right now, and Seattle will win by 10.

Miami Dolphins @ San Francisco 49ers (-3.5)

Right now, you could argue that these two teams are the best teams in their conference. San Francisco is thankful that they didn’t trade Jimmy Garoppolo. Mike McDaniel has done wonders for Tua Tagovailoa. This one should be fun to watch. San Francisco wins in a close one.

Kansas City Chiefs (-2.5) @ Cincinnati Bengals

A Patrick Mahomes vs. Joe Burrow matchup is just what football fans want to see. The Chiefs offense will be a little too much for the Bengals defense to handle. Kansas City by a field goal.

Los Angeles Chargers (-2) @ Las Vegas Raiders

Justin Herbert and the Chargers outlasted the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday. Derek Carr’s Raiders had a shocking come-from-behind win over Seattle. The Chargers can’t afford to lose this one, and they win by a touchdown.

Indianapolis Colts @ Dallas Cowboys (-9.5)

The Colts look better with Matt Ryan back at quarterback, but they’re still not very good. Dallas’s offense led by Dak Prescott is firing on all cylinders, and the defense is playing very well. Dallas wins this one by 14.

New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3.5)

Both of these teams are struggling right now. Father Time seems to be gaining ground on Tom Brady. Andy Dalton has had his ups and downs for the Saints. Tampa plays well enough to win by 6. 


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