NFL Week 13 Preview. On Thursday, the New England Patriots throw down against the Buffalo Bills. The Pats are a couple of games behind Miami and Buffalo in the loaded AFC East. Check out a preview of where the action goes in your pay per head sportsbook for Bills – Patriots, as well as every other game on the week 13 slate.
2022 Week 12 NFL Bookie Betting Recap
Like on most Thanksgiving Days, the National Football League had three games last Thursday. Buffalo escaped Detroit with a 28-25 win, the Cowboys dusted the Giants 28-20, and the Vikings outlasted the Patriots 33-26.
NFL Week 12’s top Sunday game pitted the Tennessee Titans against the Cincinnati Bengals. Joe Burrow and his teammates beat Derrick Henry and the Titans 20-16.
2022 NFL Week 13 Schedule
- When: Thursday, December 1 – Monday, December 5
Bookmaker Software Tips for Week 13 in the NFL
Thursday Game – December 1
Buffalo Bills -5.5 at New England Patriots
Before losing to the Vikings, the Patriots had rolled. Buffalo is just 1-4 ATS in their last 5. So the Bills could be in trouble in this, at least against the spread.
Action Prediction: Money should flow to both teams. You won’t have to use your layoff account if you’re lucky. Our opinion? The Patriots cover.
Sunday, December 4
Denver Broncos at Baltimore Ravens -8.5
The Ravens lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars in their last. Baltimore only lost by a point, but the defense has begun to play as badly as it did before acquiring former Chicago Bears’ linebacker Roquan Smith.
Action Prediction: Baltimore should bounce back in a huge way. Things are so bad in Denver that the Broncos are thinking of ways to get out of the massive contract they handed Russell Wilson over the summer. More and more action will go to the Ravens.
Cleveland Browns -7 at Houston Texans
Deshaun Watson returns for the first time this season. With Deshaun under center, the Browns should have no trouble scoring an impressive victory over the worst team in the NFL.
The Texans play hard, but the 1-9-1 record says they’re not good. Houston is 4-6-1 ATS. Maybe, they cover?
Action Prediction: Watson returns to his former residence to play against his former team. Deshaun may or may not have it on Sunday, so at least 32% are all over the Texans.
Washington Commanders -2.5 at New York Giants
Pay per head sportsbook agents might want to play this game. The line opened at Giants +1. It’s now NYG +2.5, and the pros have yet to get involved.
D.C. is 6-0-1 against the spread in their last 7. The Giants give up one more point than they score. So most believe Washington covers.
Action Prediction: Expect some action, or possibly zero, on the Giants. NYG is playing through many injuries, and the Commanders are on fire SU and ATS.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Detroit Lions -1
Does anybody believe the Jaguars can beat the Lions in Detroit? Only 29%, but before jumping all over Motor City, it’s important to note that the Jags’ defense has played great in Jacksonville’s last three.
Action Prediction: The fact the line hasn’t moved much implies the pros are backing the Jags. Backing Jacksonville makes sense. The Lions could bounce after the terrific effort versus the Bills in their Thanksgiving almost victory.
New York Jets at Minnesota Vikings -3
The Vikings played great when beating the Patriots on Thanksgiving Night. Minnesota’s offense will have a much tougher time against the Jets.
NYJ starting quarterback Mike White dominated the Bears in the Jets’ 31-10 win. Expect the Jets to score much less on Sunday. But that doesn’t mean NYJ doesn’t cover.
Action Prediction: The action on Vikings versus Jets is all over the place. Minnesota is attracting 67%of the action, but the line went from Minny -3.5 to Vikings -3, which means more players are dumping on the Jets. Who knows where the action ends up?
Pittsburgh Steelers -1.5 at Atlanta Falcons
No doubt, some bookie software agents will consider backing the Steelers in addition to managing action on Pittsburgh wagers.
The Steelers are 4-2 ATS in their last 6 games. Versus the Colts on Monday night, Pittsburgh scored 24 in a 24-17 contest.
Action Prediction: Atlanta is 1-6 ATS in their last 7. So although the action is even on the Thursday before, expect most players to back Pittsburgh to make it two straight wins.
Tennessee Titans at Philadelphia Eagles -5.5
One of the week’s top games pits the Eagles against the Titans. Philadelphia continues to win, but they could be in some trouble both ATS and SU in this one.
Derrick Henry is a top five running back. On Sunday, Henry faces a defense that allows over 120 rushing yards per game.
Action Prediction: Free bookie software agents should see softness in the line. The Eagles haven’t played tremendous football, so the line will go lower, and most money will land on the Titans.
Green Bay Packers -5.5 at Chicago Bears
If Justin Fields remains injured, Green Bay should roll. The Packers have a much better offense if Fields can’t go.
Not only that, but the Bears sacrificed their defense for the future by trading Roquan Smith. Without Smith, Chicago has allowed 27 or more points in 5 straight, including giving up 49 to the Cowboys on October 30.
Action Prediction: Price per head agents may have to use their layoff accounts to temper action on the Packers. Green Bay scored 33 versus Philly in their last. So without Fields, it will be impossible for Chicago to keep up.
Miami Dolphins at San Francisco 49ers -3.5
It’s defense versus offense, which happened in 1984 when the Dan Marino-led Dolphins squared off against the Joe Montana-led 49ers in that season’s Super Bowl.
The Fins have scored at will. None of their recent opponents, the Lions, Bears, Browns, or Texans, comes close to fielding a defense as good as San Francisco’s top-ranked unit.
Action Prediction: Jimmy G. and his mates are 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS in their last 4. Also, the Niners should know the game plan former SF offensive coordinator and current Miami HC Mike McDaniel will present on Sunday. PPH services agents should see most action go to the 49ers.
Seattle Seahawks -7.5 at Los Angeles Rams
The Rams could play without Aaron Donald and Matthew Stafford. Still, 60% believe the Rams cover the spread.
That could change. Geno Smith and Seattle’s offense played well in last week’s overtime loss to the Raiders. Without AD, LAR will struggle to pressure Geno The Great.
Action Prediction: Los Angeles’ offense is up against it versus a good defense while the Seahawks’ offense should excel against a Rams’ team missing one of the best defensive tackles in history. Action should eventually end up on the Seahawks.
Los Angeles Chargers -1.5 at Las Vegas Raiders
The Raiders could bounce after two straight overtime wins. But the Bolts boast one of the worst rushing defenses in the NFL.
The Chargers allow 151.4 rushing yards each game. LV running back Josh Jacobs, who was unreal last Sunday, has the chance for another huge game.
Action Prediction: Check the action on your betting program. No doubt, most players will go with the Chargers because, overall, they look like the better team. But unless JJ is too tired, he should rack up rushing yards like it’s nobody’s business.
Kansas City Chiefs -2.5 at Cincinnati Bengals
The most crucial game of the week boasts arguably the two best pure signal-callers in the game. Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow is a beast. Mr. Cool has led the Bengals to 7 straight up wins and 8 cover victories in Cincy’s last 10 games.
KC is a terrible covering team. The Chiefs boast the AFC’s best straight up record. But against the spread, KC is just 3-7-1.
Action Prediction: If players keep backing Kansas City, oddsmakers will continue to set ridiculous lines. This week, 61% like Kansas City to cover.
NFL Sunday Night Football: Indianapolis Colts at Dallas Cowboys -10.5
50% are laying the 10.5. The other 50% are grabbing the points. By kickoff, the Colts should end up with the betting edge.
The reason? The Cowboys’ have a great offense, but the Colts D is solid. Not only that, but Mike McCarthy could end up calling a conservative game. So winning by 10 will be perfectly fine for the Boys.
Action Prediction: Free bookie software agents could see most of the action going either way. It depends on if you provide more bookmaker software services to Cowboy fans or Colts fans.
Monday Night Football – December 5
New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers -3.5
The trends say neither team wins against the spread. Since that isn’t possible, the team you decide to back, or the team that your players will support, comes down to whether you believe the Saints or Bucs will get out of their doldrums and plays a capable game.
Action Prediction: The action could end up even steven. Most are all over the Bucs, 56%, but the percentage backing the Saints could rise because New Orleans almost always beats Brady and the Buccaneers during the regular season.
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