CYB NFL Week 13 Best Bets | Lets make some Money
Week 12 of NFL action was quite kind to us. Including Thanksgiving, we went 6-3-1. Feast Week may be over, but we’re not done eating. I’m looking at the board for week 13 and I think she’ll be nice to us. This is going to be a fun week. Let’s ride,
Miami Dolphins -4 vs. NY Giants
Don’t look now, but the Miami Football Dolphins are one quite a heater. They have won their last four games SU and ATS. Tua Tagovailoa has settled into his role as QB 1 and is playing quite nicely. Over his last two games, he only has 10 incompletions along with three touchdowns and only one pick. The Dolphins are a tough team to beat ATS at home. They are 12-4 ATS in their last 16 games in Miami. This is troublesome for the visiting Giants. The G-men have only won once in their last six contests away from the Meadowlands. New York is coming off a win, but that could benefit us here since they have not won back to back games this season. It doesn’t hurt that Daniel Jones might miss this game with a neck injury. Even if Danny Dimes does suit up, I have the utmost confidence in Miami to cover. Back the Dolphins to extend their winning and covering streak.
Cincinnati Bengals -3 vs. LA Chargers
Speaking of winning streaks, the Bengals are coming off of back to back ass kickings of the Raiders and Steelers. They won both games by a combined score of 73-23. Joe Mixon ran like a mad man in those two wins. Over both wins, he ran for 288 yards and four touchdowns. That is the last thing the Chargers defense, who just gave up 147 yards to Denver’s less-than-stellar backfield. The road has not been kind to the Chargers, either. They are 1-2 SU and ATS in their last three road games. Their one win was a close one against a struggling Eagles team, and their two losses were by a combined score of 62-19. Cincy also seems to be LA’s kryptonite. The Bengals are 6-1-1 ATS in their last eight games against the Bolts. The Chargers are going through a lull right now and the Bengals offense is white hot. If Joe Mixon can establish the run game early this might be another blowout.
Denver Broncos +9.5 vs. Kansas City Chiefs
We’re back to siding with Spready Bridgewater as the Broncos take on the Chiefs on Sunday Night Football. Denver has managed to revive their seemingly lifeless season. They are 3-1 in their last four games The defense has begun to round into the form they were playing in when they started the season 3-0. In the Broncos last three wins, they have allowed a total of 39 points. People are saying the Chiefs are back, but I’m still not buying it. I know they have won four in a row, but the only really nice win was beating up on a very average Raiders team. They came out hot in their last win against the Cowboys, but they faded as the game went on. They scored 16 of their 19 points in the first half. KC couldn’t score in the second half against a Dallas defense that just got lit up by Las Vegas on Thanksgiving. Andy Reid is usually great coming off a bye week, but not necessarily ATS. He is an average 7-5 ATS in his last 12 games after an extra week of preparation. Kansas City is also just 2-10 ATS in their last 12 games at Arrowhead. These matchups in the AFC West are usually close. Games like this are why Teddy Bridgewater is one of the best quarterbacks ATS in the league. I’m backing Teddy Two-Gloves to cover the lofty spread in primetime.
The Rest of the Bunch:
Arizona Cardinals -7.5 vs. Chicago Bears Philadelphia Eagles vs. NY Jets U45 Detroit Lions +7 vs. Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots +3 vs. Buffalo Bills
We’re heating up just in time for the final stretch of the season. Take these winners and ride the wave with me. It’s time to start saving up some cash for the Holiday season. Pray for your bookie.
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**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.