NFL Week 13 Lines: Spreads, Totals and NJ Betting Guide

Marco Cerino November 30, 2018 607 Reads
NFL Week 13 Lines

We start the first of five December weekends of NFL action here in Week 13. That’s right, only five weeks remain in the regular season!

As of now, nothing has been decided. Around 20 teams are still fighting for the 12 playoff spots. Let’s take an early look at the Week 13 lines at New Jersey sportsbooks.

(Odds updated 11/30/18)

 DraftKingsBetStarsFanDuel888sportSugarHouse
New Orleans
Dallas
-7.5
53
-7.5
53
-7
52.5
-7.5
53
-7.5
53
Arizona
Green Bay
44.5
-13.5
44.5
-14
44.5
-14
44.5
-13.5
44.5
-13.5
Baltimore
Atlanta
48.5
-1.5
48.5
-1.5
49
-1
48.5
-1.5
48.5
-1.5
Buffalo
Miami
40
-3.5
40
-3.5
40
-3.5
40
-3.5
40
-3.5
Carolina
Tampa Bay
-3.5
55.5
-3.5
55
-3.5
55
-3.5
55.5
-3.5
55.5
Chicago
NY Giants
-4.5
N/A
-3.5
44.5
-3.5
44.5
-4.5
N/A
-4.5
N/A
Cleveland
Houston
48
-6
47.5
-5.5
48
-5.5
48
-6
48
-6
Denver
Cincinnati
-4.5
43.5
-5
44
-4.5
44
-4.5
43.5
-4.5
43.5
Indianapolis
Jacksonville
-4.5
47.5
-4
47
-4
47.5
-4.5
47.5
-4.5
47.5
LA Rams
Detroit
-9.5
54.5
-10
54.5
-10
54.5
-9.5
54.5
-9.5
54.5
Kansas City
Oakland
-14.5
55.5
-15
55
-15.5
55.5
-14.5
55.5
-14.5
55.5
NY Jets
Tennessee
40.5
-7.5
40.5
-8.5
40.5
-8
40.5
-7.5
40.5
-7.5
Minnesota
New England
48.5
-5
49.5
-5
48.5
-5.5
48.5
-5
48.5
-5
San Francisco
Seattle
46
-9.5
46
-10
45.5
-10
46
-9.5
46
-9.5
LA Chargers
Pittsburgh
51.5
-3.5
51.5
-3.5
52
-3.5
51.5
-3.5
51.5
-3.5
Washington
Philadelphia
45
-6
45
-6.5
45
-6
45
-6
45
-6

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Week 13 betting breakdown

Saints (-7) at Cowboys: Drew Brees enters 5-3 against Dallas. He can clinch the NFC South with a win and Panthers loss this week. Bettors could find some early value on the Cowboys at FanDuel, while BetStars give a half-point to the under on Monday.

Cardinals at Packers (-14): FanDuel was the only book with a line on this game as of Monday morning. When was the last time the Cardinals won in Wisconsin? It was 1949 when the franchise was in Chicago.

Ravens (-2.5)  at Falcons: Baltimore has managed to keep its neck in front of the crowded race for the last AFC Wild Card slot. The teams have split the previous four games in the rivalry. Initially, only FanDuel had this game on the board Monday as we await the status of Joe Flacco. DraftKings opened the game at BAL -2.5.

Bills at Dolphins (-6): Buffalo swept the two December matchups last season, defeating Jay Cutler. The last three seasons have seen sweeps in this rivalry, with the Bills taking both in 2015 as well.

Panthers (-3.5) at Buccaneers: Carolina has won three straight and nine of 11 in against their division rivals. Keep an eye on this one all week as it could potentially move on and off that key number at different books.

Browns at Texans (-6): Houston has won the last four against Cleveland. This could be a value game between two hot teams after the Monday night game. There’s some disparity at the NJ operators early in the week.

Broncos at Bengals (-1.5): Two big upsets have put Denver in the 5-6 bunch chasing the last playoff spot. FanDuel was the only book offering this game on Monday as Andy Dalton’s status remained unknown.

Colts (-3.5) at Jaguars: Indy has won the last three in Jacksonville. DraftKings, PlaySugarHouse and 888Sport offered some value to the under at open.

Rams (-9.5) at Lions: To clinch the NFC West, the Rams need to win in Detroit for the first time since 2009. FanDuel offered some value on the home team at open.

Chiefs (-15) at Raiders: The Chiefs, coming off a bye, are 6-1 in the last seven against their rivals. There was some value to grab on Monday: DraftKings and PlaySugarHouse gave a half-point to the Chiefs, while FanDuel gives a half-point to Oakland.

Jets at Titans (-7): The Jets have won two straight in this series, but Tennessee has won two of the last three at home. The lines could jump in this game one they’re posted: William Hill was the only book to list this on Monday at TEN -9.5.

Vikings at Patriots (-4.5): Minnesota’s win over Green Bay slots them back in the Wild Card, while New England sits second in the AFC. Tom Brady won the only match-up against Kirk Cousins in 2015 when Cousins played in Washington.

49ers at Seahawks (-10): Seattle is the first team currently on the outside of the NFC Wild Card race, but they’ve got time to sort through the chaos. The Hawks have won the last eight against San Francisco.

Chargers at Steelers (-3.5): Pittsburgh has won eight of the last 10 regular season games against San Diego. This meeting is a big one for two playoff contenders.

Redskins at Eagles (-6.5): This feels like an eliminator for the NFC East title. Philly swept last year, while Washington took both in 2016. Watch this line as the injury reports come out during the week.