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Week 13 NFL Betting Parlay – Pats vs. Texans, Giants vs. Redskins

NFL Parlay of the Week

The dogs had their day last week in the NFL with seven teams getting points wining their game straight-up and another two covering with the points. For the second week in a row the total line was evenly split with seven games going OVER and seven staying UNDER the closing line.

I am happy to report that for the second straight week I cashed in on my parlay.

That means it is time to get back to work pouring over Week 13’s slate of NFL games to uncover a couple of matchups that come together perfectly to form this week’s parlay based on lines provided by

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Game 1 – New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans

Pointspread: New England -9
Total Line: 47

ATS Matchup Stats | NFL Gambling Insight!

The Patriots finally earned some respect with this past Sunday’s 34-31 come from behind victory over Denver after being one of the most scrutinized s in the league since opening day.

Head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady both know all too well that it is victories this time of the year that count the most.

Houston has to be one of the biggest disappointments in the NFL this season unless you are a Falcons’ fan.

It has not registered a mark in the win column since mid-September and to make matters worse it comes into this matchup off its worst loss of the year. After falling to Jacksonville 13-6 last Sunday as 10.5-point home favorites, there is a good chance that this team goes into the offseason riding a 14-game losing streak.

At the very least it will reach 10 games in a lopsided loss this Sunday.
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Game 2- New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

Pointspread: PICK
Total Line: 45.5

ATS Matchup Stats | NFL Gambling Insight!

New York’s 24-21 loss to Dallas last Sunday may have put its already faint playoff hopes on life support at 4-7, but there is no quit in a team that started the season 0-6.

That dismal start was fueled by a league-worst -16 turnover ratio, but since that point the Giants are plus five in turnovers during their 4-1 run.

Washington won the NFC East last season after a 3-6 start with a seven-game run, but after getting pounded by San Francisco 27-6 this past Monday it fell to 3-8 on the year and just 1-4 in its last five games.

To me, this is a team on the brink of a complete implosion behind a head coach that may have already lost the locker room and a second-year quarterback that has taken a major step backwards after posting a stellar rookie campaign.

The Redskins are another team that could conceivably lose the rest of their games starting with this Sunday’s matchup against a familiar division foe that has already won five of its last seven trips to Washington.

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