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The Eagles were pushed to the limit in Week 12 by the Buffalo Bills, but they tied the game on a 59-yard field goal and won in overtime. Now they face their biggest challenger as the San Francisco 49ers come to Philadelphia in what should be an NFC playoff preview.

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NFL Week 13 Schedule

The home stretch of the NFL season is upon Roger Goodell’s 32 teams, and it’s clear that there are 3 powerful teams in the NFC in the Eagles, 49ers and Cowboys, The Eagles will host the Niners in Week 13, and the Cowboys have been dominant throughout the season when playing at home. The AFC appears to be much more wide open at this point.

Thursday, Nov. 30

  • Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys, 8:15 p.m. ET, Amazon Prime

Sunday, Dec. 3

  • Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots, 1 p.m. ET, CBS
  • Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints, 1 p.m. ET, Fox
  • Atlanta Falcons at New York Jets, 1 p.m. ET, Fox
  • Arizona Cardinals at Pittsburgh Steelers, 1 p.m. ET, CBS
  • Denver Broncos at Houston Texans, 1 p.m. ET, CBS
  • Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m. ET, CBS
  • Miami Dolphins at Washington Commanders, 1 p.m. ET, Fox
  • Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS
  • Cleveland Browns at Los Angeles Rams, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox
  • San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox
  • Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC

Monday, Dec. 47

  • Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville Jaguars, 8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
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Take a look at all of our picks and predictions for every NFL matchup. We cover all Week 13 games with our expert analysis and determine the best NFL Week 13 picks. 


Spread: Dall. -7.5

O-U: 46

Moneyline: Dall. -370, Sea. -295

The Cowboys are rolling right now, and it is not likely to slow down with this home game against the Seahawks. There are few questions about the talent the Cowboys have on both sides of the ball. Quarterback Dak Prescott is on top of his game, Tony Pollard is a solid running back and CeeDee Lamb may be the best wideout in the league. Micah Parsons leads a pack of marauders on the other side of the ball.

The Seahawks have been fading, having lost 3 of 4 and the only victory was a narrow triumph over the Commanders. While they have a balanced attack when they are healthy, they have been struggling. Geno Smith has not been as sharp as he was a year ago and explosive running back Kenneth Walker III has been out of action with an oblique injury. Unless the Cowboys are looking past the Seahawks and head to their Week 14 game against the Eagles, they should be able to pick up their 4th straight victory

Prediction: Dallas, Straight up and ATS


Spread: LAC -4.5

O-U: 42

Moneyline: LAC -220, NE -184

The Chargers have struggled badly when it comes to winning games, and it seems likely that head coach Brandon Staley is in the final weeks on the job. The Chargers are often in a position to win games, but they regularly fall short. Justin Herbert and Keenan Allen are one of the best QB-WR duos in the league, but the Chargers have lost 3 games in a row and 5 of their last 7.

The Patriots have fallen to the bottom of the AFC East, and neither Mac Jones nor Bailey Zappe are the kind of quarterbacks who can turn the situation around. While the Pats are still very competitive on defense, they have lost 7 of their last 8 and it’s doubtful they can win more than 2 games the rest of the season.

Prediction: Los Angeles Chargers, Straight up; New England, ATS


Spread: Pitt. -5.5

O-U: 39.5

Moneyline: Pitt. -255, Arizona. +210

The Cardinals appear to be a more vital and interesting team with Kyler Murray back at quarterback, but that doesn’t mean they are going to beat a winning team on the road. As long as the Steelers don’t let him get loose when he has to get out of the pocket, Pittsburgh should control this game.

T.J. Watt won’t let Murray cause too much havoc. Kenny Pickett appeared to be a much more relaxed passer after the Steelers made a change at the offensive coordinator position and he had his best game of the year. Najee Harris averaged 6.6 yards per carry against Cincinnati, and George Pickens can be a game-changing wide receiver. 

Prediction: Pittsburgh, Straight up and ATS


Spread: Hou. -3

O-U: 45

Moneyline: Hou. -152, Den. +128

The Broncos were expected to be a last-place team and that’s just how Sean Payton’s team played at the start of the season. However, no team has had more of a turnaround than the Broncos as Russell Wilson has been dramatically better than he was last year and he has a budding partnership with wideout Courtland Sutton.

The Bronco defense has reversed form after a brutal start. Not only is C.J. Stroud an excellent rookie quarterback, he ranks as a top-10 quarterback in the league. The Texans have been shockingly good this season, and wideouts Nico Collins and Tank Dell have given Stroud a pair of solid targets. The winner of this game should have an excellent chance to make the postseason.

Prediction: Houston, Straight up and ATS


Spread: Det. -3.5

O-U: 44.5

Moneyline: Det. -174, NO +146

The Lions still have a significant lead in the NFC North, but some problem areas have started to show up for head coach Dan Campbell. The biggest issue for the Lions as the season heads towards the home stretch is a tendency to turn the ball over. They gave the ball away 4 times to Chicago in Week 11 and 3 times to Green Bay on Thanksgiving Day.

If that continues on the road against the Saints, a painful loss seems likely. The Saints are not a good team, but they reside in the NFC South so they have a chance at the division title. After back-to-back losses, Derek Carr and Alvin Kamara must come up big here.

Prediction: New Orleans, Straight up and ATS


Spread: Atl. -2.5

O-U: 35

Moneyline: Atl. -142, NYJ +120

The Falcons don’t have a lot going for them at the quarterback slot with Desmond Ridder, but they have one of the best rookies in the league in running back Bijan Robinson. The Falcons pulled out a victory over division rival New Orleans in Week 12 and are tied for first place in the NFC South despite their 5-6 record.

However, compared to the Jets, the Falcons are in great shape. New York’s offense is pitiful, as Tim Boyle has taken over at quarterback from the moribund Zach Wilson. Offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett has not given either quarterback a decent game plan, and the Jets have lost 4 straight games. Despite excellent talent on defense – Sauce Gardner is an elite cover corner – that unit can’t do it alone.

Prediction: Atlanta, Straight up and ATS

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Spread: Ind. -1.5

O-U: 42.5

Moneyline: Ind. -134, Tenn. +114

The Colts are clearly a feisty team under rookie head coach Shane Steichen, as they have found a way to battle to a 6-5 record and a spot inside the AFC playoff structure with backup quarterback Gardner Minshew at the helm. They are also getting a solid contribution from running back Jonathan Taylor, who is coming off a 91-yard, 2-TD performance in a victory over Tampa Bay.

The Titans have been struggling badly, but they did manage to beat the lowly Panthers, and rookie Will Levis is making some progress. If they can stay in touch for a half, power running back Derrick Henry could swing a heavy hammer in the second half.

Prediction: Indianapolis, Straight up and ATS


Spread: Mia. -8.5

O-U: 49.5

Moneyline: Mia. -460, Hou. +360

The Dolphins are dominating the AFC East and they will win the division title barring a complete collapse. Tua Tagovailoa is a brilliant quarterback who is one of the most accurate passers in the league, and he has a tremendous rapport with Tyreek Hill, the fastest player in the NFL.

The Dolphins have won 2 games in a row and they should be able to handle a Commanders team that is reeling out of control. Sam Howell plays hard and is an underrated passer, and he has solid receivers in Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson and Curtis Samuel, but Washington has dropped 5 of 6, and it seems certain that Ron Rivera is in the final few weeks of his tenure with the franchise.

Prediction: Miami, Straight up and ATS


Spread: TB -6

O-U: 38.5

Moneyline: TB -270, Car. +220

The Panthers fired head coach Frank Reich and much of the offensive staff after the team fell to 1-10 following their 17-10 loss to the Titans. Owner David Tepper wants to No. 1 draft pick Bryce Young develop, and that was not happening under Reich.

The Buccaneers dropped a hard-fought 27-20 game to the Colts, and they are a far more competitive team than the Panthers. Since they are in the weak NFC South, the Bucs still have a chance to compete for the division title. Much will depend on the health of Baker Mayfield, who suffered an ankle injury while throwing for 199 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Prediction: TB, Straight up and ATS.


Spread: SF. -1.5

O-U: 46

Moneyline: SF -126, Phil. +108

The Eagles defeated the Bills in Week 12, and the 37-34 overtime victory was probably the best game of the year in the NFL. The Eagles have the best record in the league, but many observers believe the team is not as proficient as it was last year when they narrowly lost the Super Bowl.

Even if there are a few weaknesses, Jalen Hurts and receivers A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith manage to come out on top nearly every week. The Niners believe they can match the Eagles in every area, and they are in great shape as Christian McCaffrey excels every week, Deebo Samuel continues to be a playmaker and Brock Purdy rises to the occasion. Look for this game to come down to the final possession.

Prediction: Philadelphia, Straight up and ATS


Spread: LAR -4.5

O-U: 38.5

Moneyline: LAR -230, Cle. +190

The Rams were left for dead just a couple of weeks ago, but the return of Matthew Stafford has allowed Los Angeles to turn things around in a significant manner. Victories over Seattle and Arizona have allowed them to creep within a half game of a playoff position. Stafford gives them an edge over many of the other playoff hopefuls, and he is coming off a 4-TD game against the Cardinals. His receiving crew of Tutu Atwell, Puka Nacua and Cooper Kupp will have to be at their best against the hard-hitting Cleveland defense.

The Browns are struggling without Deshaun Watson at quarterback, as rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson was knocked out of the Week 12 loss at Denver and is in the concussion protocol. P.J. Walker is the likely starter at quarterback for Cleveland.

Prediction: LAR, Straight up and ATS


Spread: KC. -6.5

O-U: 42

Moneyline: KC -300, GB +245

The Chiefs have not been a dominant offensive team this season, and it seemed like they were on their way to a disaster after they fell behind the Raiders 14-0 in Week 12. However, the offense woke up in time and they outscored the Raiders 31-3 from that point forward. Patrick Mahomes threw 2 TD passes and his 298-yard effort may ignite the Kansas City offense down the home stretch of the season.

The key is getting the ball to wideout Rashee Rice, because he can take the pressure off of TE Travis Kelce. The Packers played their best game when they beat the Lions on Thanksgiving Day, and quarterback Jordan Love is improving. However, the Packers don’t have the firepower to keep up with Kansas City.

Prediction: Kansas City, Straight up and ATS


Spread: Jax. -7.5

O-U: 41

Moneyline: Jax. -370, Cinn. +295

The Bengals appear to be playing out the season because star quarterback Joe Burrow is done for the year, but if the Bengals could rely on their defense and backup quarterback Jake Browning could have some success, they could make a run at the No. 7 playoff spot.

However, taking on the Jaguars on their home field in a prime time game appears to be a huge challenge. Trevor Lawerence gives Jacksonville a big advantage at the quarterback position and Travis Etienne is a difference maker at running back.

Prediction: Jacksonville, Straight Up and ATS



  1. At Dallas -7.5 over Seattle – The Cowboys have hit their stride, and they have been a dominant team at home. That is not likely to change in this game, as the Seahawks have lost two straight games and bring an injured team to AT&T Stadium. Look for another Cowboys rout at home.
  2. At Pittsburgh -5.5 over Arizona  – The Steelers made a bold move when they fired offensive coordinator Matt Canada because their attack had become predictable and ineffective. The move worked, as the Steelers exceeded the 400-yard mark in their Week 12 win over the Bengals. Kenny Pickett should be able to build off that performance at home against the struggling Cardinals.
  3. At Philadelphia +1.5 over at San Francisco  – The Eagles continue to win every week, but they are home underdogs to their primary challengers in the NFC. While Jalen Hurts has not been as effective throwing the ball as he was last year, he is a flat-out winner and he should be able to get the job done when the game is on the line.
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