NFL Week 13 Odds at BookMaker.eu
Cowboys (-3.5, 43.5) at Vikings
Broncos at Jaguars (OFF)
Chiefs at Falcons (OFF)
Texans at Packers (OFF)
Eagles at Bengals (OFF)
Lions at Saints (-3.5, 54)
49ers at Bears (-1, 42.5)
Rams at Patriots (-13, 46)
Dolphins at Ravens (-3.5, 41.5)
Bills at Raiders (-3.5, 50)
Buccaneers at Chargers (-3.5, 48)
Redskins at Cardinals (-2.5, 50.5)
Giants at Steelers (-4.5, 50)
Panthers at Seahawks (-6.5, 45)
Colts at Jets (OFF)
Dallas Cowboys (-3.5, 43.5) at Minnesota Vikings
Though the Cowboys failed to cover the lumber on Thanksgiving Day versus the Redskins, they’ll invade the Twin Cities winners of 10 in a row and owners of the best record in the NFC. Minnesota lost a tough one on Turkey Day in Motown, but returns home to the comforts of their brand spanking new stadium where they’ve won four of five overall both straight up and against the spread. Minnesota’s rush defense has faltered over the last three games in allowing nearly 120 yards per game, and will now have to deal with rookie sensation Ezekiel Elliott who will be chomping at the bit to get back onto the gridiron after failing to hit the century mark in the Cowboys last two games. Sam Bradford could be without a pair of major offensive weapons for this game in Kyle Rudolph and Stefon Diggs, so be sure to check the injury reports leading up to kickoff. Dallas has dropped five straight and failed to cover each of its last six trips to Minnesota, but hasn’t ventured there since 2010.
Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints (-3.5, 54)
This tilt in the bayou between the NFC North leading Lions and win hungry Saints has been lined with the highest total of Week 13. That comes as a bit surprising with Detroit one of the better under bets of the season. They’re turkey Day battle with the Vikings failed to surpass the closing number moving the under to a perfect 5-0 each of the last five times Jim Caldwell’s squad took to the gridiron. That said, the Saints have played to six overs in their 11 overall games and just got done partaking in a shootout versus the Rams this past Sunday in a game that saw them drop their highest point total of the season. The over has cashed in four of the teams six overall home games. Detroit’s defense has limited each of its last five opponents to an average of just 17 points per game, but will no doubt be hard pressed to match that feat in this contest. New Orleans has averaged 34 points per game in its six home games. The over has cashed in each of these teams last three meetings.
New York Giants at Pittsburgh Steelers (-4.5, 50)
Two of the best wide receivers in the game will square off against one another when the New York Giants Odell Beckham Jr. and Pittsburgh Steelers Antonio Brown lead their respective teams into battle on Sunday afternoon. The GMEN will invade the Steel City winners of six in a row after taking care of business in Cleveland to move their road record to 3-2 SU and 3-1-1 ATS when in the visitors role. As for the Steelers, they secured their second straight win on Thanksgiving night taking advantage of a Colts team without its quarterback en route to securing the carefree 28-7 win and cover as 8 point road chalk. Pittsburgh has had its issues at home in winning and covering only three of five games. NY’s defense has been pretty solid throughout its current winning streak, but Big Ben and company will present the unit with its stiffest challenge dating back to the middle of October. Though they’ve only met there twice since 1991, the Giants have won each of their last two trips to Pittsburgh.