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NFL Week 13 Schedule with Week 13 Betting Lines
Thursday, November 30
The Skins and Cowboys are both on borrowed time right now. They're both two back of Wild Cards with five games to play, and anythi ng short of a five-game winning streak to end the year, and both would be finished.
Sunday, December 3
The Lions watched their four-game winning streak on Thanksgiving Day go by the boards last week. Now, they've got to figure out how to go on the road and beat the Ravens, or they could be on life support heading into the last quarter of the year.
The last time the Bears were favored by at least five points in a game, San Francisco came to Chicago in the first week of December in 2015. De ja vu much?
Absolutely no respect here for the Vikings after they went on the road and dominated the Lions on Thanksgiving Day. If they can beat the Falcons, the coast should be clear to nail down a first-round bye in the NFC playoffs. Atlanta needs this one to keep pace in the NFC South.
Even with as well as New England is playing, it's not totally out of the question for Buffalo to come all the way back and win the AFC East. These two teams, though, feel like they're on totally different planets right now.
The oddsmakers care so little about who is quarterbacking this game that they basically mailed in the Fins at -1 without knowing who is going to be the starting pivot on either side.
The Texans may or may not still be breathing in the AFC South race by the time this one rolls around. If they can beat Baltimore next week and knock off the Titans in Nashville, things could get mighty interesting.
The Jags' loss in Arizona last week put a damper on things, yet for us, it served as another reminder that this team is still a long way from legitimately challenging for a Super Bowl even if it wins the AFC South this season.
At the outset of the season, this looked like a good candidate to be flexed into a 4:25 p.m. ET slot as the national game of the week. Now, it's a dog game involving two teams with no shot of playing into January.
The Chiefs have lost five of their last six games and are officially in panic mode. Is it time to start Pat Mahomes against the lowly Jets?
First place is on the line in the NFC South on Sunday between the Saints and Panthers. Carolina probably didn't know it at the time, but that Week 3 loss at home to New Orleans is going to loom large if this one is also lost.
The Chargers are the only team to have lost to the Browns over the course of the last two seasons. History couldn't repeat itself again, could it?
Arizona saved its season last week with an upset of Jacksonville. It's highly unlikely that Blaine Gabbert pulls off another shocker against the Rams.
If Amari Cooper is out with his concussion and Michael Crabtree gets suspended by the NFL for brawling with Aqib Talib, this game could legitimately have zero respectable NFL wide receivers in it.
The Seahawks haven't opened as underdogs at home in a game since 2012. That also happens to be the last time they closed as dogs in back-to-back home games as they will against the Falcons in Week 11 and the Eagles in Week 13.
Monday, December 4
Cincinnati isn't coming all the way back to win the AFC North, but a win in this game, and it's back to .500 with a real shot of snaring a Wild Card.
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