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Week 13 Bets: Steelers, Thank Me Later

Week 13 is here. Before you make your bets, check out our weekly AFC and NFC breakdowns. 

Sign up to bet all the games here at the FanDuel SportsBook. Here are my favorite bets of the week:

Saints at Falcons (+2.5)

I don’t like the Saints in this spot. Division games are always challenging for the better team, and the Falcons play hard for interim head coach, Raheem Morris. For proof, see last week’s destruction of the Raiders.

In Week 12, Taysom Hill was exposed, struggling to throw the simplest of passes.

The Saints haven’t lost since Week 3, but they will this week.

Falcons, 24-20.

Eagles at Packers (-8.5)

I’m a Carson Wentz believer and predict he will bounce back eventually, a la Derek Carr. But the Eagles are awful.

Green Bay is the NFL’s leading frontrunner. When things are working, they pour it on for all four quarters.

Aaron Rodgers is in a tight, neck-and-neck MVP race with Patrick Mahomes. Sunday, Mahomes better play well because Rodgers is tossing four more touchdowns.

Packers win big, cover easily, 34-17.

Football Team at Steelers (-7)

No idea why, but the media isn’t buying the 11-0 Steelers. That’s good. Don’t trust them.

The Steelers are the NFL’s best and most complete team. The nameless football team isn’t beating them, nor will they cover.

Don’t read into a close game with the Ravens absent Lamar Jackson. Again, division games have different standards.

Washington’s offense stands no chance against the league’s best defense. None.

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Steelers, 32-13.

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Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers any news story that deserves attention but focuses on media. His interests include reading Stephen King novels, avoiding traffic on the road, and pretending to solve true-crime mysteries. He still believes Cersei should've won and encourages everyone to always question the news.

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