The Dallas Cowboys made a statement while the Green Bay Packers lost a game and then decided to fire their coach. A wild NFL Week 13 led to massive payouts for plenty of bookies. Other online bookies used their pay per head software to mitigate losses and make profit.
Check out a recap of NFL Week 13 Thursday and Sunday.
Thursday, Nov. 29
New Orleans Saints 10 at Dallas Cowboys 13 – The story in this game was how awful the Saints played. New Orleans still had a chance to win with 2 minutes, so, the bandwagon remains full.
Sunday, Dec. 2
Indianapolis Colts 0 at Jacksonville Jaguars 6 – The Jaguars stopped quarterback Andrew Luck in his tracks on Sunday. That might be the most amazing thing that happened in any game.
Denver Broncos 24 at Cincinnati Bengals 10 – Denver’s on a 3-game winning streak both straight up and against the spread. Keep that in mind after they get over played versus San Francisco in Week 14.
Baltimore Ravens 26 at Atlanta Falcons 16 – Atlanta’s given up on the season. The Ravens have not. Since their bye, Baltimore’s stormed back into playoff contention. Every week, Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson gets better.
Chicago Bears 27 at New York Giants 30 – The Bears tied the game late, but the Giants, who are suddenly a tough team for anybody to handle, won. NYG’s close to respectable again while Chicago must pick itself up enough to beat the Rams in Week 14.
Carolina Panthers 17 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24 – Carolina’s lost 4 in a row. The Panthers won’t make the playoffs after looking like a Super Bowl contender in the first month of the season.
L.A. Rams 30 at Detroit Lions 16 – A late touchdown led the Rams to a cover win against the Lions on Dec. 2. Before the late touchdown, Detroit had a legit shot of upsetting LAR on the moneyline.
Buffalo Bills 17 at Miami Dolphins 21 – Buffalo played hard, but because the line ended up Miami -3.5, the Bills lost both SU and ATS. The Bills aren’t a slouch NFL team, though.
Cleveland Browns 13 at Houston Texans 29 – Many thought the Browns would play much better than they did in the ridiculous loss to the Texans in Week 13. The score’s a direct reflection of what happens when your quarterback throws 3 interceptions.
Arizona Cardinals 20 at Green Bay Packers 17 – After losing to the horrible Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay’s upper management fired coach Mike McCarthy. Makes sense because McCarthy hadn’t seemed like he knew he was doing from Week 1 on.
New York Jets 22 at Tennessee Titans 26 – The Titans rallied for the victory after going down 7-20. The Jets are on the right track while Tennessee keeps their slim playoff hopes alive.
Kansas City Chiefs 40 at Oakland Raiders 33 – In their first game without Kareem Hunt, KC cut him after the now infamous video surfaced, the Chiefs played well enough to hold off the rival Raiders. The thing to consider is how the Chiefs allowed Oakland, one of the worst offensive teams in the NFL, to put up 33 points.
San Francisco 49ers 16 at Seattle Seahawks 43 – Don’t look now, but Pete Carroll has the Seahawks playing out of their minds. Sure, they dominated one of the worst teams in the league, but they notched their third straight.
Minnesota Vikings 10 at New England Patriots 24 – The Patriots are the better team and they played like it. Bill Belichick had to love how New England won a game with its defense.
L.A. Chargers 33 at Pittsburgh Steelers 30 – Down 7-23, it sure looked as if the Chargers might leave Pittsburgh with a loss. Instead, Philip Rivers, like he’s done throughout his career, rallied the Bolts for a huge win.
Online bookies should have used their layoff accounts on: L.A. Rams, Houston Texans, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks
Bookie agents should have set max money line betting limits on: Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, L.A. Chargers
Things to Keep in Mind to Manage NFL Week 14 Betting
Although the Saints lost straight up as a big time road favorite in Week 13, per head agent should still use their layoff accounts if New Orleans is over bet against Tampa Bay.
Philadelphia can upset Dallas straight up while the Bears can upset the L.A. Rams straight up. Make sure to use the layoff account on Seattle because the Seahakws are rolling right now. Finally, the Baltimore Ravens can beat the Kansas City Chiefs on the moneyline. Set max betting limits.
NFL Betting Stats Update
Top 5 ATS and Over/Under
- Kansas City Chiefs 8-2-1 ATS, 6-4-1 O/U
- New Orleans Saints 9-3-0 ATS, 5-7-0 O/U
- Chicago Bears 8-4-0 ATS, 8-4-0 O/U
- New England Patriots 7-4-0 ATS, 4-7-0 O/U
- Seattle Seahawks 6-3-2 ATS, 5-6-0 O/U
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