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2010 NFL Gambling: Lines | Week 13 Matchups & Predictions

NFL Matchups – Week 13

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Every division race in the NFL still remains tight, but we are finally beginning to get a clear picture of which teams will be competing over the next five weeks for one of the six postseason spots in each conference. New England, New York (Jets), and Atlanta all won last week and remain at the top of the league at 9-2. Five of the eight divisions have a two-team tie at the top and the lead in the other three remains just one game.

The following is a brief look at each matchup in Week 13 along with the current pointspread as supplied by betED.com.

Thursday, Dec. 02

8:20 P.M. Houston at Philadelphia (-8 ½)
Over/Under: 50 ½

The Texans caught of huge break when WR Andre Johnson only received a $25,000 fine and not a game suspension for his part in a fight with Tennessee CB Cortland Finnegan in last Sunday’s game. The Eagles’ defense gave up almost 400 yards of total offense to Chicago in their 31-26 loss.

Sunday, Dec. 05

1:00 P.M. Chicago (-3 ½) at Detroit
Over/Under: 44 ½

The Bear’s defensive sacked Philadelphia QB Michael Vick four times and caused one interception in Sunday’s win. They are now ranked 13th in sacks and tied for second in interceptions for the year. The Lions have been outscored 80-43 in their last two games after losing seven games this season by an average of just 5.3 points.

New Orleans (-7) at Cincinnati
Over/Under: 47 ½

The Saints have scored 30 or more points in their last three games after scoring more than 30 only one in the previous eight. The Bengals have not held any team to less than 22 points since beating Carolina 20-7 in Week 3.

Jacksonville at Tennessee (-3)
Over/Under: OFF

The Jaguars are 6-5 and tied with Indianapolis in the AFC South, but have been outscored by 54 points this season. The Titans have lost four out of their last five games but are just one game out of the lead in the South at 5-6.

Atlanta (-3) at Tampa Bay
Over/Under: 44

The Falcons 20-17 OT win over Green Bay last week ensures that they will have a winning season for the third straight year which is a franchise record. The Buccaneers lost guard Davin Joseph and safety Cody Grimm for the season in Sunday’s loss to Baltimore.

Washington at N.Y. Giants (-7)
Over/Under: 44

Redskin QB Donovan McNabb has an overall passer rating of 76.0 which is the lowest since his rookie year in 1999. Giants QB Eli Manning has a rating of 90.3 which is the second highest of his seven year career.

Buffalo at Minnesota (-6)
Over/Under: 45

The Bills have lost their last four games to Baltimore, Kansas City, Chicago, and Pittsburgh by a combined 12 points. The Vikings last four losses have been by a combined 56 points and their two wins have been by a combined seven points.

San Francisco at Green Bay (-10)
Over/Under: 43 ½

Frank Gore is done for the season with a hip injury, but former Eagles’ RB Bryan Westbrook ran for 136 yards in the 49ers 27-6 win over Arizona on Monday night. The Packers eclipsed Atlanta by close to 120 yards in total offense and had the edge in first downs and third down conversions, but were outgained in one major category; points. NFL Betting

Denver at Kansas City (-8)
Over/Under: 48 ½

The Broncos have been outscored by 73 points, which is the worst in the AFC. They are ranked 18th in scoring but dead last in points allowed. The Chiefs are 7-4 and in first place in the AFC West with the fourth ranked scoring offense and a defense that is ranked 13th in points allowed.

Cleveland at Miami (4 ½)
Over/Under: 42 ½

The Browns last three games have been decided by a total of 11 points with two losses and one win. The Dolphins’  QB Chad Henne had one of his best days as a pro last week; throwing for 307 yards and two TD’s in their 33-17 win over Oakland.

4:05 P.M. Oakland at San Diego (-13)
Over/Under: 46 ½

The Raiders have been outscored 68-20 in their last two games after outscoring their opponents 124- 37 in three previous wins. The Chargers have won their last four games by a combined score of 133-76 after losing their previous three by a combined 14 points.

St. Louis (-2) at Arizona
Over/Under: 45 ½

The Rams are 5-6 and tied for the lead in the NFC West with the 25th ranked offense in the league and the 19th ranked defense. The Cardinals chances of returning to the playoffs for the third straight season look pretty bleak after Monday night’s loss to San Francisco dropped them to 3-8 on the year.

Carolina at Seattle (-6)
Over/Under: 40

The Panthers futility on offense continues has they are still ranked dead last in total yards per game, passing yards per game, and points per game. They are ranked 21st in rushing yards per game. The Seahawks have been outscored 76-43 in their past two games and are now 3-2 at home.

Dallas at Indianapolis (-5)
Over/Under: 48

The Cowboys will most likely be without RB Marion Barber for this game after he strained his calf in their Thanksgiving Day loss the New Orleans. Things have gone from bad to worse for Colts QB Peyton Manning after two of his four interceptions against San Diego were returned for scores.

8:20 P.M. Pittsburgh at Baltimore (-3)
Over/Under: 40

The Steelers are living a charmed life this season after winning another game they should have lost when Bills WR Stevie Johnson dropped a game-winning TD pass in overtime. The Ravens have a chance to sweep Pittsburgh this season after beating the Steelers 17-14 back in Week 4.

Monday, Dec. 06

8:30 P.M. N.Y. Jets at New England (-3 ½)
Over/Under: 47

The premier matchup of the week between the two best teams in the AFC should still come down to the Jets’ elite defensive secondary led by CB Derrelle Revis going against the Patriot’s aerial assault led by QB Tom Brady. New York got the best of that matchup the first time around when they held New England to just 14 points in Week 2.

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David Schwab is a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog. While not cheering for his beloved Philadelphia Eagles David can be found working on his blog. David wants to hear from you so please comment below.

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