betJACK Best Bets: NFL Week 13

betJACK Best Bets: NFL Week 13

Cole Paganelli
2 years ago
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady drops back to pass against Cleveland Browns

Week 13 of the NFL season is here, and there are plenty of big games set to take place. You are also going to find some great betting opportunities when you are scrolling through and looking at the matchups. 

Both teams from the state of Ohio are in action, and you will want to look at betting on each team. Here are three of the best NFL Week 13 best bets to make

Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals ML

The Bengals are hosting the Chiefs on Sunday afternoon in a rematch of last year's AFC Championship Game. Kansas City is a two-point favorite in this matchup, but Cincinnati is coming into this game with a ton of momentum.

This game will be played like the playoff game from a season ago, and there will be a ton of scoring in this one. Cincinnati will have to find a way to get pressure on Patrick Mahomes, and that's something that they have been able to do in previous matchups. 

Kansas City is not as hard to deal with when they are playing on the road, and the Bengals will pick up a big upset win in this one. 

Cleveland Browns -7 at Houston Texans

Deshaun Watson is set to make his NFL season debut for the Browns, and he's doing it against his former team in the Texans. Things ended poorly for Watson in Houston, and he will be on a mission to have a big game in this one.

The Texans have been competitive in some games this season, but they still have just one win on the year. Watson is going to get plenty of help from the rushing attack in this game, and the Browns' defense should be able to dominate as well.

Cleveland will be energized by the return of Watson, and they will pick up a double-digit win on the road. 

New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers -3.5

Monday Night Football features a matchup between NFC South rivals, and this rivalry has been extremely competitive in recent years. The Buccaneers have controlled the division, but the Saints have always played this team tough

New Orleans just doesn't seem to have enough offense this season, and the defense is dealing with some injuries. Tampa Bay is just 5-6 on the year, but they still have a lot of time to turn things around and win the division. 

Look for Tom Brady to be sharp in this game, as they will find enough offense to win this game and cover the 3.5-point spread. 

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