Welcome to Week 13 of the 2022 NFL season. Feel free to strap on your seatbelts and get ready for another action-packed slew of games.
NFL odds fans will be treated to six games between teams that are over .500, a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship Game, a potential Super Bowl preview over on the West Coast, and an NFC East matchup that holds much more importance now.
Bills To Open Up Week 13 With Visit to Foxborough
Kicking off the action, Josh Allen and the Bills will head to Massachusetts where Bill Belichick’s Patriots will be waiting for an AFC East divisional matchup that has playoff implications.
After two wins and two losses in their last four games, perennial NFL betting lines favorites Buffalo will be looking to gain a leg up in the race for the AFC East crown.
Needless to say, after the struggles that the Bills’ offense has shown in the last few games, a strong win here could be a turning point.
Is Mike White New York’s Savior on Offense?
Following a horrendous showing from Zach Wilson against the Patriots in Week 11, Jets head coach Robert Saleh did not hesitate to finally decide to send the former BYU QB to the bench in favor of Mike White. And how did that pan out?
White came out swinging from the get-go in New York’s win over Chicago last weekend, giving the Jets’ offense a new look and their fans a plethora of reasons to believe.
As a visit to Minnesota is up next in the slate, it will be up to White as well as defensive players Quinnen Williams and rookie sensation Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner to try and stop one of the most exciting offenses in the NFC, led by Justin Jefferson, Dalvin Cook, and Kirk Cousins.
The Eagles Don’t Fear Any Titans
Over in Philadelphia, the Eagles will be putting their league-best 10-1 record on the line as they play host to the AFC South-leading Tennessee Titans.
After taking down the Packers on Sunday Night Football last weekend, Jalen Hurts and company are more than ready to put on another show at home, this time against a Titans team that continues to rely heavily on whatever Derrick Henry can do.
While Henry will surely give Tennessee a fighting chance on Sunday, the Titans’ passing offense is no match for Philadelphia’s top-tiered secondary, led by Darius Slay and James Bradberry.
Add to that how well Hurts continues to perform leading Philadelphia’s offense, and you have the ingredients for a potential blowout win for the Eagles.
Did You Hear? Watson Is Finally Going to Play
Deshaun Watson will finally be making his debut with the Cleveland Browns this weekend when the Browns pay a visit to Watson’s former team, the Texans.
After being suspended for the first 11 games, the time for the former Houston star is finally here, making the Browns bigger favorites in all of the top NFL Lines outlets.
Led by Nick Chubb, Jacoby Brissett, and Amari Cooper, Cleveland’s offense has been able to stand tall, allowing it to become the fifth-best ranked overall offense.
With Watson joining the mix, could it be too little too late for Cleveland’s playoff hopes?
Potential Super Bowl Matchup Alert!
Over on the West Coast, Jimmy G and the San Francisco 49ers will receive a visit from Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins in what could perfectly be touted as a potential Super Bowl matchup between two of the hottest teams in the league.
In what promises to be an epic encounter between one of the NFL’s hottest offenses and one of the most solid defensive lines in the NFC, Las Vegas NFL odds experts are already salivating at the chance to score big on a contest that has “game of the week” written all over.
Time for Revenge for the Chiefs
In a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship Game, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs will bring their explosiveness and overall dominance on the field to Cincinnati, where Joe Burrow and the Bengals will be waiting.
Ask any NFL betting lines pundit, and it won’t take more than a couple of seconds to see why this game is being highly touted by everybody, with both teams looking to make another strong postseason run.
For the Bengals, a win against KC could mean a stepping stone in their quest to take the AFC North lead away from Lamar Jackson and the Ravens, who will be facing the Broncos at home in what should be a walk in the park for Baltimore.
But with KC looking to secure the No.1 seed in the AFC playoff race as early as possible, will the Chiefs get their revenge on the Bengals?
Sunday and Monday Night
Closing out Sunday’s slot of games, the Dallas Cowboys are coming off a Thanksgiving win against the Giants at home and want to stretch their winning streak to three games as they welcome the Indianapolis Colts.
With a defense as strong as Dallas’, especially in their secondary, all signs point toward Matt Ryan and Indy’s offense gearing up for what could be a long night in Texas.
Still, though, should NFL odds fans be sleeping on the Colts on SNF? Having a defense that is clearly the backbone of Indy’s season, and with Jonathan Taylor manning the Colts’ running game, keeping an eye on Indy’ Sunday night might not be such a bad idea.
Last but certainly not least, Monday Night Football will see Tom Brady and his Buccaneers play host to the New Orleans Saints in an NFC South matchup where Tampa knows that losing is not an option.
Having Atlanta breathing down their necks in the race for the divisional title, it will be up to Brady and the Bucs to step up and take down a feisty Saints team that always manages to give Tampa a run for its money.