NFL Week 13 Predictions: The Best Bet For Sunday Is….

NFL Week 13 Predictions: The Best Bet For Sunday Is….

The NFL season may be winding down, but there are still plenty of opportunities to win big betting on football. But at this time of the season, you have to consider many different things when making your NFL Week 13 Predictions.

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NFL Week 13 Predictions and Best Bets

Ravens vs Steelers 

Everyone is writing off the Pittsburg Steelers and that is usually when they are at their best. The Ravens have had a good season, but don’t be fooled. QB Lamar Jackson is struggling and the Ravens have a poor point differential. The Ravens are 3-6 ATS as a favorite this season and 2-6 ATS in the last eight games when Lamar Jackson is starting.

This is a perfect game for Mike Tomlin. He will have the game plan for Pittsburgh that will allow for a victory. Pittsburgh is 16-5-1 ATS as an underdog and they will win on Sunday.

Best Bet: Steelers +4.5


Jaguars vs Rams

We do not like to bet on popular teams and double-digit favorites, but this week it is warranted. The Rams need a “get-right” game and this is it. They will feast against a Jacksonville Jaguars team that is giving up on the season. This is the type of game that will allow for Matthew Stafford to get on track and open up the Rams passing game. When Rams HC Sean McVay plays a team with a record under .500 the Rams win by an average margin of 16.2 points per game. The Rams win in a blowout.

Best Bet: Rams -13


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