Another week of NFL football is over and done, and it’s time to look ahead to all the Week 13 matchups. Sportsbooks have released odds for all the games on this week’s slate, which kicks off on Thursday with the Bills at the Patriots, and also includes a Sunday night showdown between the Colts and Cowboys.
Here’s a look at the current Week 13 NFL odds for every game, including point spreads, moneylines, and totals at legal US sportsbooks.
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Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots
Buffalo needed some late heroics from quarterback Josh Allen to get past the Lions on Thanksgiving, but Allen delivered when needed and the Bills got their second straight win to share first place in the AFC East with Miami. The big concern now is injuries, both on the offensive line and to linebacker Von Miller who left the game with a knee injury and has already been ruled out for Week 13 as the team waits to see whether or not he’ll need surgery.
The Patriots are still grumbling about calls that didn’t go the team’s way in the Thanksgiving Day loss to the Vikings, and not entirely without reason. The good news is that the Patriots finally got some offensive production, with Mac Jones throwing for 382 yards and two touchdowns. Jakobi Meyers was one of several Patriots receivers who got banged up in the game, and his shoulder injury could be an issue for him this week as it clearly bothered him later in the game against Minnesota.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Atlanta Falcons
The Steelers got some help from the Colts’ poor clock management to get a win on Monday Night Football, improving the team’s record to 4-7 overall. Kenny Pickett had a decent night at quarterback, going 20-for-28 and throwing for 174 yards. A big concern for the running game is the Najee Harris, who left the game with an abdominal injury that seemed to continue nagging at him. Now the Steelers have a shortened week to prepare for Atlanta, so the team might want to take a conservative approach with Harris’ help and let some of the other running backs carry the load.
The Falcons are coming in off a 19-13 loss to the Commanders on the road, dimming the team’s hopes of snagging a playoff spot. Atlanta may still be in the hunt, since NFC South rival Tampa Bay also lost, but the team is now 5-7 on the season and it didn’t get a great performance out of Marcus Mariota, who went 15-for-25 for just 174 yards and one touchdown, with one interception. On the defensive side, Arnold Ebiketie left the game with a forearm injury, leaving the team without one of its best pass rushers. His status for Week 13 isn’t yet clear.
Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears
The Packers came up short against the Eagles on Sunday night, and Aaron Rodgers suffered further damage in the process. Rodgers left the game with injured ribs to go along with the already broken bone in his thumb, and though he didn’t return in the 40-33 loss to Philadelphia, he wasn’t ready to rule himself out this week against Chicago. That loss further diminishes any hope of making the playoffs, though, meaning the Packers will have to win every remaining game and hope for some help from their rivals. The good news is that backup QB Jordan Love looked decent coming on for Rodgers here, throwing for 113 yards on nine attempts with one touchdown. If the Packers have to rely on him to finish the season, they could certainly do worse.
The Bears got smashed by the Jets in Week 12, losing 31-10 and bringing the team’s current losing skid to five in a row. Losing quarterback Justin Fields to a shoulder injury the prior week was a blow this team couldn’t afford, and the same goes for the injuries to receiver Darnell Mooney and safety Eddie Jackson this week. Fields’ status for this one is unknown, but with the Bears now guaranteed a losing record this season, even if they win every remaining game, there may not be any great hurry to rush him back into action before he’s fully ready.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Detroit Lions
The Jaguars won a thriller over the Ravens on the back of a gutsy call to go for two when down by one in the final 30 seconds of the game. Trevor Lawrence found Zay Jones in the end zone to make the conversion successful, and a Ravens field goal attempt from 67 yards came up just short to seal it, giving the Jaguars a big emotional lift in this dramatic battle. Lawrence came up big for Jacksonville all day, but the team did lose running back Travis Etienne early on to a foot injury and there’s no word yet on his status for the road game in Detroit.
The Lions had been riding a three-game winning streak before the Thanksgiving loss to the Bills put an end to it. The team has seen improved offensive output, but probably still needs to get more out of Jared Goff, who threw for 240 yards and two touchdowns in the loss. The big problem is and has been a lack of consistency at defense, especially late, as Detroit let Buffalo storm back into it behind Josh Allen’s great performance at quarterback.
New York Jets at Minnesota Vikings
The Jets got a solid performance on defense after a bit of a shaky start in the 31-10 home win against the Bears. The defense didn’t allow a single point in the final 44 minutes of the game, and Mike White threw for three touchdowns and 315 yards, with zero interceptions. That keeps the Jets ahead of the Patriots in the AFC East, but it can’t afford a letdown now if it wants to gain ground on the Bills and Dolphins. The Jets will be dealing with a banged up offensive line, plus the possible loss of running back Michael Carter to an ankle injury.
The Vikings beat the Patriots 33-26 in Week 12, with Kirk Cousins throwing for three touchdowns and one interception, with 299 total passing yards. It was a win the Vikings needed for morale reasons as much as anything else after being blown out by the Cowboys. The defense continues to look vulnerable, but special teams got a boost from a 97-yard kick return for a score by Kene Nwangwu to equalize early in the second half. The defensive secondary is hampered by injuries, but the offense has been stepping up to keep this team dangerous even in high-scoring affairs.
Washington Commanders at New York Giants
The Commanders gritted out a win at home in the rain over the Falcons. Rookie running back Brian Robinson Jr. ran for over 100 yards and added a receiving touchdown, and the team leaned heavily on him late, especially in the third-quarter drive that gave the Commanders the lead. The defense continued to stand firm in the win, and the team has now gained some real momentum with three straight victories. Expect Robinson to continue to be a focal point on the road against New York, as the Commanders try to add another win before heading into a bye week.
The Giants suffered a 28-20 loss to the Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day, giving the team its third defeat in four games. This was one the Giants had plenty of chances to win, especially after leading 13-7 at halftime. But a thinned-out Giants squad let it slip away a little at a time, and now the Commanders are nipping at New York’s heels in the NFC East. Things continue to look tough on the injury front for the Giants, with cornerback Cor’Dale Flott getting knocked out of the game with a concussion.
Tennessee Titans at Philadelphia Eagles
The Titans came up short against the Bengals in a game where the offense kept settling for field goals when it needed touchdowns. Ryan Tannehill threw for 291 yards and took good care of the ball, but couldn’t get it in the end zone and it cost Tennessee in the end. That snapped the two-game winning streak that the Titans brought into the game, but Tennessee is still sitting pretty in first place in the AFC South, which is even more impressive considering how injury-prone the team has been. The Titans are near the top of the league in number of games its players have missed due to injury, which could make things tough as the season wears on and the team takes to the road against a tough Philadelphia team.
The Eagles won a tight one on Sunday Night Football, going blow for blow with the Packers all the way down the stretch. Jalen Hurts continues to be a threat on the ground and through the air, and teams are struggling to come up with any answer for him. He threw for 153 yards and two touchdowns against Green Bay, and was the team’s leading rusher with 157 yards. The Eagles also got great offensive production from the more traditional side of the running game, as Miles Sanders carried it 21 times for 143 yards. This offense is tough to stop, especially when it can break open big plays but also chew up the clock with the running game when it needs to, as it did late against the Packers to help salt away the victory. Special teams continues to be a weakness, giving up too many big kick returns in crucial moments, but the 10-1 Eagles are still a handful for any team in the NFL right now.
Denver Broncos at Baltimore Ravens
The Broncos lost their third straight, going down 23-10 on the road against Carolina. Russell Wilson threw for just 142 yards and one late touchdown, and tensions seemed to boil over in the form of a heated confrontation with teammate Mike Purcell later in the game. There doesn’t seem to be much faith in Wilson at this point in the season. The Broncos have cracked 20 points in just two of his starts in 2022, and the team now sits dead last in the AFC West with nothing resembling either momentum or enthusiasm.
The Ravens lost a one-point heartbreaker to the Jaguars, coming up just short on a 67-yard field goal attempt in the final seconds. The offense got another solid effort from Lamar Jackson, who threw for 254 yards and one touchdown and ran for 89 yards on 14 carries. The difference mostly came in the red zone, where the Ravens struggled to convert when it mattered. The Ravens are now holding onto a tie for first in the AFC North, snapping a four-game winning streak with this nailbiter of a loss. Hosting the floundering Broncos this week should be a good way to recover.
Cleveland Browns at Houston Texans
The Browns won a big one in overtime, scoring late against the Buccaneers to tie it up and then winning in extra time thanks to a big catch from Amari Cooper and a game-winning touchdown run by Nick Chubb. The Browns had to lean on the defense at times, but sacking Tom Brady three times helped slow down the Bucs offense. The big news for the Browns is obviously the return of Deshaun Watson now that his 11-game suspension has ended, but he comes into a team that’s a longshot to make the playoffs and the embattled quarterback hasn’t played in an NFL game since the 2020 season. The team could certainly use more of a spark at quarterback, but it’s still unclear what kind of chemistry we’ll see from the offense this late into a losing season.
A change at quarterback didn’t help the struggling Texans against the Dolphins. Even with Kyle Allen replacing Davis Mills under center, the Texans still looked hapless in a 30-15 loss. Allen went 26-for-39, throwing for 215 yards and one touchdown, but he also gave up two interceptions. This one was essentially over when the Dolphins took a 30-point lead into halftime, and the Texans have now lost five straight, with little prospect of improvement anywhere on the horizon.
Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams
The Seahawks are coming off an overtime loss to the Raiders in a game where the offense sputtered late and the defense was trampled by a strong Raiders running game. The Seahawks defense has struggled on multiple fronts, and just recently tried and failed to claim linebacker Justin Hollis off waivers in order to help out the pass rush. The Seahawks are now one game behind the 49ers in the NFC West and could really use a win over the last place team in the division to bolster the 6-5 record.
The Rams are coming off a fifth consecutive loss after being manhandled by the Chiefs. Bryce Perkins filled in at quarterback for Matthew Stafford, throwing for just 100 yards and two interceptions, with one touchdown. The offensive line is in shambles due to multiple injuries, star receiver Cooper Kupp is sidelined following surgery for a high ankle sprain, and now it seems likely that Stafford will be out for the rest of the season. At 3-8, the Rams are in the basement in the NFC West and there isn’t much to play for other than pride and paychecks at this point in their season.
Miami Dolphins at San Francisco 49ers
The Dolphins hammered the helpless Titans for a fifth straight win on Sunday. Tua Tagovailoa had another big day with 299 yards through the air and one touchdown, and the defense held Houston to just 210 total yards with three turnovers and five sacks. The Dolphins and the Bills continue to slug it out atop the AFC East, but the bad news is that Miami saw both starting tackles leave this game with injuries, and their absence was evident in the four sacks the Texans managed on Tagovailoa. Left tackle Terron Armstead’s pectoral injury might end up being more severe than the damage to right tackle Austin Jackson’s ankle, but their status for Week 13 isn’t entirely clear yet.
The 49ers shut out the Saints in a low-scoring affair that improved San Francisco’s winning streak to four straight games. Jimmy Garoppolo threw for one touchdown and Robbie Gould went two-for-two on field goals, but it was the defense that came up big when it mattered, keeping the Saints out of the end zone and forcing two fumbles. It’s the second shutout of the season for this defense, which has been particularly stingy in the second half.
Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals
The Chiefs are coming off a home win over the Rams that wasn’t quite as easy as the records seem to suggest it should have been. The offense struggled somewhat in the red zone, and Patrick Mahomes threw for one touchdown and one interception, with 320 passing yards and another 36 on the ground. The Chiefs were happy to have JuJu Smith-Schuster back on the field, but also seemed to be easing the receiver back into regular duty after his injury. Expectations are that he’ll play a bigger role this week.
The Bengals won their third straight with a 20-16 victory over the Titans, despite missing Joe Mixon due to concussion protocol. Joe Burrow threw for 270 yards and one touchdown, and the defense held Titans running back Derrick Henry to just 38 yards on 17 carries. That gives the Bengals some real momentum now, having won three straight and five of their last six to claim a piece of the top spot in the AFC North. The Bengals are hoping to get wideout Ja’Marr Chase back this week, and they’ll be looking for Mixon to clear concussion protocol, bringing the team back near full force.
Los Angeles Chargers at Las Vegas Raiders
The Chargers got three passing touchdowns and 274 yards through the air from Justin Herbert, and in the end managed a tight 25-24 victory over the Cardinals on the strength of a late touchdown and two-point conversion. That was a needed win that stopped a two-game slide for the Chargers, who are hopelessly far behind the Chiefs in the AFC West but are still in the Wild Card hunt as they head to Las Vegas. One problem could be the offensive line, which sustained some losses here as center Corey Linsley left the game with a concussion.
The Raiders pulled out an overtime victory over the Seahawks on the road, helped out in large part by a huge day for Josh Jacobs, who ran for 229 yards and two touchdowns, including the 86-yard game-winner. That was the second straight overtime win for the Raiders, who are chasing the Chargers and looking to sustain momentum against their divisional rival at home this week.
Indianapolis Colts at Dallas Cowboys
The Colts’ coaching staff came in for more criticism after some questionable clock management on the final drive of the team’s loss to the Steelers on Monday night. Head coach Jeff Saturday has taken plenty of heat since moving into the role, and his decision to let time bleed off the clock rather than burning one of his three remaining timeouts earlier in the final drive put him under the microscope again. Still, the team just didn’t make the plays it needed to after rallying back to take a fourth quarter lead, and the result is another loss in a stretch where the team has dropped five of the last six games and is starting to take on a fatalistic feel.
The Cowboys pulled off a comeback victory to beat the Giants 28-20 on Thanksgiving. Dak Prescott threw two costly interceptions, but also threw two touchdowns in the win. Safety Jayron Kearse later said he may have dislocated his shoulder in the game, but played through it and will have the advantage of a longer week than usual to rest up after the Thursday game. The Cowboys seem to have entirely shrugged off that surprising loss to the Packers in Week 10, winning two straight since then, including last week’s blowout of the Vikings.
New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Saints were blanked by the 49ers, losing 13-0 in a game where it was defense that kept it close. Andy Dalton was decent at quarterback, throwing for 204 yards on 29 attempts, but the Saints offense simply couldn’t get it in the end zone when the chances were there and the running game was essentially non-existent here, producing only 63 rushing yards. Falling to 4-8 on the year, even in the wild NFC South, might be where any hope of making the playoffs starts to finally seem far-fetched. To salvage any chance of a postseason, the Saints will need to come up big in Tampa Bay next Monday night.
The Buccaneers fell to Cleveland in overtime, blowing a late lead and a chance to get a third straight win in a game when they should have been well-rested coming off a bye week. Tom Brady threw for 246 yards and two touchdowns, but again the Bucs offense failed to convert on too many scoring opportunities. The team is still clinging to a lead in the NFC South, despite its 5-6 record, but it also saw a scary moment here when right tackle Tristan Wirfs had to be carted off the field. X-Rays on Wirfs’ leg were reportedly negative, but his status for next week isn’t yet known.
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