Saturday, December 01, 2012

Hello NFL Week 13


The NFL playoff picture for some teams is becoming clear, whereas for others it remains murky.  The Atlanta Falcons have already secured their future (11-1) by knocking down the New Orleans Saints on Thursday.  Sunday and Monday remain in play for Week 13 of the NFL season though, and here's a preview of some of the games...

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Week 13 NFL Previews:
*Philadelphia Eagels (3-8) at Dallas Cowboys (5-6), this is a "battle" of two teams that have vastly underperformed expectations this season.  Look for the Cowboys to win this game, because Philly hasn't had a win since the calendar flipped to October.

*Houston Texans (10-1) at Tennessee Titans (4-7), the Texans attempt to keep pace with the Falcons for best record in the NFL, and that seems like a safe assumption.

*Seattle Seahawks (6-5) at Chicago Bears (8-3), an interesting match-up, because Hawks' rookie 3rd round pick QB Russell Wilson has been improving with every game, but the Bears defense is just too strong, especially at Soldier Field.

*New York Giants (7-4) at Washington Redskins (5-6), with the Skins fighting for their playoff lives and RG3 being a human highlight reel, they might just pull off the victory this week.

*Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9) at Buffalo Bills (4-7), this might be an ugly game to watch, but at least Jaguars wide receiver Cecil Shorts is making some late season strides.  The Bill are the victors here though.

*San Francisco 49ers (8-2-1) at St. Louis Rams (4-6-1), these teams look to break the tie from their previous contest earlier in the season.  The 49ers will prevail, despite a bit of quarterback controversy.

*New England Patriots (8-3) at Miami Dolphins (5-6), this has the makings of an old fashioned Wild West shootout...of course they're playing on the East Coast though.  The Pats are on a roll, but the Dolphins still have something to play for.  Don't bet on this game, because I believe it's a push.

*Arizona Cardinals (4-7) at New York Jets (4-7), on the surface this may appear as two lackluster teams playing a meaningless game, but the Cards are the better team and will win, and the Jets will continue their downward spiral (remember their Thanksgiving debacle).

*Indianapolis Colts (7-4) at Detroit Lions (4-7), the Colts with QB Andrew Luck have been getting dare I say "lucky" lately, but the Lions are angry with the NFL for causing them a win on Thanksgiving Day due to some horrible calls.  Therefore, I'm going with them to pull off the upset.

So, there you have it, some of the featured games of the NFL this week.  Have fun viewing.  Have fun betting.  Enjoy...

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