On the surface, Week 13 of the NFL season doesn’t offer much in the way of compelling matchups on Sunday. Thursday offers up Cowboys-Saints, and the most intriguing game comes Monday night with the Patriots traveling to Buffalo to take on the Bills.
SuperBook USA opened the game Buffalo -3 (-120) with a total of 45 on Sunday night, and while those numbers remained level through Monday morning, Bills bettors can find -3 at standard -110 vig at DraftKings and Caesars, while BetRivers deals +3.5 (-120) for Patriots backers.
New England (8-4) overtook Buffalo (7-4) as leader of the AFC East with its 36-13 win over the Titans. The Patriots are on an impressive roll with six straight victories, and they have covered ATS in each of those games.
Let’s check out the Week 13 oddsboard with all lines current as of Monday morning.
Live NFL Week 13 Sportsbook Odds
Thursday: Cowboys (-6, 47) at Saints
Dallas disappointed bettors for a second straight week in an outright loss to the Raiders on Thanksgiving. The Cowboys are 4-1 ATS on the road this year, but 6 points seems like too many here, and there’s been a stray -5.5 seen around the betting market.
Vikings (-7, 47.5) at Lions
Yes, Detroit is still winless. But the Lions have covered three straight games ATS, including their heartbreaking 16-14 loss as 2.5-point underdogs in Chicago on Thanksgiving. Detroit, in fact, is 7-4 ATS this season.
Cardinals (-7, 46) at Bears
The Cardinals have been absolute road warriors this season. Arizona is 6-0 SU and ATS in away games.
Bucs (-10, 50.5) at Falcons
Are you noticing a trend in this week’s games so far? The Bucs are yet another big road favorite in Week 13. In its win at Indy on Sunday, Tampa Bay covered on the road for the first time this season.
Broncos at Chiefs (-9.5, 49.5)
Finally, a home team that’s favored, and by a bunch. DraftKings had K.C. -9 if you like the home favorite. Also, take a look at the total. Denver has gone UNDER in its last five games – and five of its last six away from home.
Colts (-8.5, 46.5) at Texans
Indy has been stellar on the road this year with a 4-1 mark ATS. Circa had this at Colts -9, but most books, including BetMGM, offered Indy -8.5.
Eagles (-7, 45) at Jets
Philly’s offense was stifled in Sunday’s 13-7 loss to the Giants. The Eagles head back to the Meadowlands to face the Jets, who won and covered at Houston on Sunday.
Chargers at Bengals (-2.5, 50.5)
Cincy overwhelmed Pittsburgh on Sunday, 41-10. The Bengals have been putting up plenty of points lately, going OVER the total in four out of their last five games.
Giants at Dolphins (-2.5, 42)
The Dolphins looked like world beaters in their lopsided win against the Panthers. The G-Men have a 3-2 ATS record in roadies this year. Miami has covered its last three games at home.
Washington Football Team at Raiders (-2.5, 49.5)
The Raiders face their fourth and final NFC East foe after beating the Cowboys, 36-33, on Thanksgiving. Washington has covered two straight games ATS heading into its MNF matchup against Seattle.
Ravens (-3.5, 44) at Steelers
Amazing stat of the week: Baltimore has 19 players on the injured reserve list. The Ravens eked out an ugly 16-10 win against the Browns, and they’ll look for their third straight ATS cover when they visit Pittsburgh.
Jags at Rams (-13.5, 48)
The Rams are reeling with their third consecutive loss – a 36-28 defeat at Green Bay. This could be a get-well game against Jacksonville, which has gone UNDER in its last five games.
49ers at Seahawks (-2.5, 46.5)
San Fran is now 4-1 ATS in its last five games after a 34-26 home victory over Minnesota. Seattle is 0-2 ATS in its last two games heading into the Monday night matchup against Washington.