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It’s Week 13, and the best NFL sportsbooks have released betting odds and lines on every game. Among Sunday’s games, the Detroit Lions (-4) will attempt to rebound on the road against the New Orleans Saints, a club that’s looking to snap a two-game skid.

In one of the week’s marquee matchups, the Philadelphia Eagles (+3) host the San Francisco 49ers in a rematch of last season’s NFC title game. The Cleveland Browns (+4) are still without Dorian Thompson-Robinson as he remains in the concussion protocol, leaving Joe Flacco looking like the potential starter when the team travels to face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday afternoon.

On Sunday night this week, the Kansas City Chiefs (-6) hit the road to face the Green Bay Packers. The action concludes on Monday night, with the Cincinnati Bengals (+8.5) on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Below, you’ll find the latest odds, point spreads, and more for every upcoming NFL game in Week 13.

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Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

Spread: Colts (), Titans ()

Moneyline: Colts (), Titans ()

The Indianapolis Colts improved to 6-5 with a 27-20 win over the Buccaneers at home on Sunday. QB Gardner Minshew threw for 251 yards with one INT. RB Jonathan Taylor ran for two touchdowns and 91 yards on 15 carries. C Ryan Kelly was inactive due to a concussion but could return this week if he clears the league’s concussion protocol in time. The team announced that Taylor will miss two to three games due to thumb surgery. Zack Moss returns to the RB1 role in his absence.

The Tennessee Titans picked up a 17-10 home win over the Panthers on Sunday and are 4-7 on the season. QB Will Levis threw for 185 yards with zero turnovers, and RB Derrick Henry ran in two touchdowns. The win snaps a three-game losing streak for the Titans, who are last in the AFC South but 4-1 at home this season.

Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

Spread: Chargers (), Patriots ()

Moneyline: Chargers (), Patriots ()

The Los Angeles Chargers lost by a score of 20-10 at home against the Ravens on Sunday night, falling to 4-7 on the season. QB Justin Herbert threw for 217 yards with one TD and one INT, but Los Angeles also coughed up three fumbles for a total of four turnovers in the game. Herbert received a concussion evaluation but returned to the game the next series without missing a snap. The Chargers have lost three straight.

The New England Patriots are 2-9 following a road loss to the Giants on Sunday, 10-7. QB Mac Jones started the game for New England but was benched after throwing two interceptions. Bailey Zappe came on to replace Jones and finished with 54 passing yards and one pick. New England has yet to announce the starter for this week’s game. WR Demario Douglas left the loss to the Giants with an injury, and his status for this week is unclear.

Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

Spread: Lions (), Saints ()

Moneyline: Lions (), Saints ()

The Detroit Lions slipped to 8-3 with a 29-22 loss to the Packers at home on Thursday. QB Jared Goff threw for 332 yards and two touchdowns, but he also contributed to the three fumbles the team lost on the day. RB David Montgomery ran for 71 yards and one TD. FB Jason Cabinda could return from the IR this week.

The New Orleans Saints lost a 24-15 road game against the Falcons on Sunday, falling to 5-6 on the season. QB Derek Carr threw for 303 yards and one INT. WR Chris Olave left the game with a concussion. He’s in the league’s protocol and is questionable for this week’s game. WR Rashid Shaheed also left Sunday’s game, and his status for this week is uncertain.

Atlanta Falcons at New York Jets

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

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Moneyline: Falcons (), Jets ()

The Atlanta Falcons improved to 5-6 with a win at home on Sunday, beating the Saints 24-15. QB Desmond Ridder threw for 168 yards with one TD but was picked off twice. RB Bijan Robinson ran for 91 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries. CB Mike Hughes left the game with an injury but later returned and isn’t expected to miss any time.

The New York Jets slipped to 4-7 on Thursday with a home loss against the Dolphins, 34-13. Tim Boyle stepped in at QB in place of the struggling Zach Wilson and finished with 179 yards and one touchdown with two INTs. WR Allen Lazard was benched for this game due to performance issues, but he could return soon. The Jets have already named Boyle as the starting QB for this game.

Arizona Cardinals at Pittsburgh Steelers

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

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The Arizona Cardinals dropped to 2-10 on the season with a 37-14 loss at home against the Rams on Sunday. QB Kyler Murray threw for 256 yards with one TD through the air and another on the ground. Starting CB Antonio Hamilton was inactive with a groin issue, and his status for this week is uncertain. Backup CB Starling Thomas left Sunday’s game and did not return.

The Pittsburgh Steelers improved to 7-4 with a 16-10 road win against the Bengals on Sunday. After the firing of offensive coordinator Matt Canada, the Steelers surpassed 400 yards gained for the first time in more than 50 games. QB Kenny Pickett threw for 198 yards, while RB Najee Harris ran for 99 yards and one touchdown. NT Montravius Adams and S Minkah Fitzpatrick were both inactive for the game. Fitzpatrick was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice.

Miami Dolphins at Washington Commanders

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

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Moneyline: Dolphins (), Commanders ()

The Miami Dolphins are coming off a 34-13 road win against the Jets that put the team at 8-3 on the season. QB Tua Tagovailoa threw for 243 yards with one touchdown but was also intercepted twice. RB Raheem Mostert ran for two TDs and 90 yards on 20 carries. T Terron Armstead and S Jevon Holland are both questionable this week.

The Washington Commanders fell to 4-8 with a 45-10 loss on the road against the Cowboys on Thursday. QB Sam Howell threw for 300 yards and ran in one touchdown but was also picked off once. RB Antonio Gibson returned to the lineup behind Brian Robinson Jr. and ran for 21 yards on six carries after missing the team’s last game. Starting DE James Smith-Williams was inactive with a hamstring issue. The team parted ways with defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio following the loss. Head coach Ron Rivera will take over play-calling duties.

Denver Broncos at Houston Texans

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, NFL+

Spread: Broncos (), Texans ()

Moneyline: Broncos (), Texans ()

The Denver Broncos won their fifth straight game with a 29-12 home victory over the Browns on Sunday, moving to 6-5 on the season. QB Russell Wilson threw for 134 yards with one TD and ran for another. The Denver defense recorded four sacks, and the team recovered three fumbles in the game. The Broncos have not lost since Oct. 12.

The Houston Texans lost a 24-21 heartbreaker at home against the Jaguars on Sunday, falling to 6-5. QB CJ Stroud finished with 304 yards passing and two TDs through the air and also led the team on the ground with 47 rushing yards and one touchdown. G Tytus Howard left the game with a knee injury and was replaced by rookie Juice Scruggs, newly activated off the injured reserve list. Howard is set for knee surgery and will miss the remainder of the season. WR Noah Brown returned to practice on Wednesday after missing the last two games with a knee injury.

Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS

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Moneyline: Panthers (), Buccaneers ()

The Carolina Panthers fired head coach Frank Reich after dropping a 17-10 road game against the Titans on Sunday. The team is 1-10 overall, and special teams coordinator Chris Tabor will take over as interim coach. QB Bryce Young threw for 194 yards in Sunday’s loss, and has struggled in his rookie season. TE Hayden Hurst and CB CJ Henderson were both out with concussions and are questionable for this week.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers slipped to 4-7 on the season following a 27-20 road loss to the Colts on Sunday. QB Baker Mayfield finished with 199 yards passing and two TDs with one INT. He’s dealing with an ankle injury, but is expected to be fine for this week. RB Rachaad White ran for 100 yards on 15 carries. The Buccaneers have lost two straight and six of their last seven.

Cleveland Browns at Los Angeles Rams

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox

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Moneyline: Browns (), Rams ()

The Cleveland Browns suffered a 29-12 road loss against the Broncos on Sunday, snapping a three-game winning streak and falling to 7-4 on the season. QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson left the game in the third quarter and was ruled out with a concussion. PJ Walker took over in his absence and completed six passes on 13 attempts for 56 yards through the air. The team signed former Ravens QB Joe Flacco last week to serve as a backup, and he could potentially step in soon if Thompson-Robinson does not clear concussion protocol. WR Amari Cooper left the game with a rib injury and is questionable. DE Myles Garrett is also questionable with a shoulder issue.

The Los Angeles Rams picked up a 37-14 win on the road against the Cardinals on Sunday to improve to 5-6. QB Matthew Stafford had four passing TDs and one INT with 229 yards through the air. The Rams totaled 457 yards of total offense, while the defense logged four sacks to give the team its second straight win.

San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox

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Moneyline: 49ers (), Eagles ()

The San Francisco 49ers picked up a 31-13 road win on Thursday against the Seahawks to improve to 8-3. QB Brock Purdy threw for 209 yards with one TD and one INT. RB Christian McCaffrey rushed for 114 yards and two touchdowns. Free safety and special teams standout George Odum suffered a torn biceps in the win and is expected to be out for at least a couple months. San Francisco has not lost a game since returning from its bye week.

The Philadelphia Eagles won a dramatic overtime victory against the Bills on Sunday, moving to 10-1. QB Jalen Hurts threw for 200 yards with three TDs and one INT, and he also ran for the game-winning touchdown in the extra period. The Eagles remain undefeated at home this season, aided by kicker Jake Elliott‘s 59-yard field goal to force overtime. TE Dallas Goedert was inactive again with a forearm injury, but is reportedly improving and could potentially return this week. DL Fletcher Cox left Sunday’s game with a groin issue, and his status this week isn’t yet certain.

Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers

Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC

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Moneyline: Chiefs (), Packers ()

The Kansas City Chiefs climbed to 8-3 with a 31-17 road win over the Raiders on Sunday. QB Patrick Mahomes threw for 298 yards with two touchdowns. RB Isiah Pacheco added two TDs on 15 carries, while TE Travis Kelce hauled in six passes for 91 yards. The team has added WR Mecole Hardman to the IR. RB Jerick McKinnon was inactive for Sunday’s game with a groin issue, and his status for this week isn’t yet clear.

The Green Bay Packers are coming off a 29-22 win over the Lions on Thanksgiving, putting the team at 5-6 on the season. QB Jordan Love threw for 368 yards and three touchdowns. RB Aaron Jones missed another game with an MCL injury and is week-to-week. The Packers are banged up on defense, with three starters sitting out Thursday’s win.

Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville Jaguars

Monday, 8:15 p.m., ABC, ESPN

Spread: Bengals (), Jaguars ()

Moneyline: Bengals (), Jaguars ()

The Cincinnati Bengals are 5-6 following a loss to the Steelers at home, 16-10. QB Jake Browning threw for 227 yards with one TD and one INT in the place of the injured Joe Burrow, who’s out for the season. Cincinnati was held to just 25 rushing yards in the loss. WR Tee Higgins missed the game with a hamstring issue, and it’s unclear if he’ll be fit to return this week.

The Jacksonville Jaguars improved to 8-3 after holding on for a dramatic 24-21 road win against the Texans on Sunday. QB Trevor Lawrence had 364 passing yards with one TD through the air and another on the ground but was also intercepted once. The Jaguars’ defense managed four sacks, including two in Houston’s final drive. T Cam Robinson left with a knee injury and did not return. His status this week isn’t yet clear.