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Nothing is coming easy, but we're still up a little bit of money for the year. Week 13 was no exception, as we went 8-8 despite predicting some big upsets. We called outright wins from San Diego, Seattle, and Jacksonville. We made money with these upsets, but since our record keeping on this website is based on point spread win/loss records, we ultimately ended up going 50/50 with those juicy money line bets not counting for anything other than a standard wager. On to week 14...
NFL Record Year-to-Date: 95-88-1
Dallas Cowboys -3.5 at Chicago Bears
The Bears can't stop the pass, and Dallas should be fired up after the dud they delivered on Thanksgiving. Take the Cowboys.
Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins -2.5
Miami is better on both sides of the ball and this is a discounted price for a home game. Go with the Dolphins.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals -3
Cincinnati is a tough team to trust, as they seem to play to the level of their competition. Pittsburgh defense is a mess, however. The Bengals win by six.
Indianapolis Colts -3.5 at Cleveland Browns
Cleveland has a real chance to beat the Colts, who struggle against the run. The Browns are a great bet at home.
Houston Texans -5 at Jacksonville Jaguars
I think the Jaguars are going to finish very well, and I love their defense at home. Take them.
New York Giants -1 at Tennessee Titans
This is a tough one, but I'll take the Titans at home. New York has too many key injuries to be successful.
Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints -11
New Orleans is playing better, but their defense remains a major liability. Carolina is the bet, and an outright upset wouldn't surprise me.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions -10
The Buccaneers are poor on both sides of the ball. Detroit is flawed, but this game should be a blowout.
St. Louis Rams -2.5 at Washington Redskins
The Rams are finally playing the great defense we expected at the start of the year, and their offense might be better than Washington's as well. Go with the road favorite.
New York Jets at Minnesota Vikings -6
The Jets are a mess. They might not score here. It's tough to trust the Vikings as this large of a favorite, but I think you take them at home against the most mistake-prone team in the league.
Buffalo Bills at Denver Broncos -10
The Bills don't have the offense to keep up on the scoreboard. Denver by 24.
Kansas City Chiefs at Arizona Cardinals -1
Arizona is simply not the team they were with Carson Palmer. Go with Kansas City to get a tough road win.
San Francisco 49ers -8 at Oakland Raiders
The 49ers were an embarassment on Thanksgiving, but they will rebound here, and possibly shutout the hapless Raiders. San Francisco by 20.
Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles -1
It's never a good idea to trust the Seahawks to score points on the road, and their defense is down from last year. Philadelphia's defense isn't great, but they should pull out a win.
New England Patriots -3.5 at San Diego Chargers
Tom Brady and company should be able to dice this offense up while winning in a rout. Patriots by 17.
Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers -13
The Packers score at will and lead by 20-plus at halftime, but this is a large number, and the Falcons will have every opportunity to score a few touchdowns in garbage time. Green Bay wins, but only by a final score of 45-34.