Week 13 Predictions
Packers at Lions; Lions win 24-14
Both teams really need this win. If the Packers win, they are right back into the division race. If the Lions win, they are putting themselves into good position for the division title. This is a game the Lions should win. But hey, anything can happen, right?
Raiders at Cowboys; Cowboys win 31-24
Dallas is tied for first in their division right now. And the way Philly is playing, the Cowboys need to win games. And coming off a bye week they need this win. But you can count out the Raiders for winning the division. But do they still have the heart to try to knock off the Cowboys?
Steelers at Ravens; Steelers win 24-10
A big division game for the AFC North. The way the Bengals are playing this division is still wide open. A big game for both teams. I expect a playoff atmosphere.
Titans at Colts; Colts win 24-21
Man are the Colts terrible to watch. A blowout loss in Arizona was terrible. I don’t think the Titans are going to be a good playoff team. They may make it the way the AFC falls, but they will be a one and out team. Indy has to buckle down if they don’t want the Titans stealing the division from them.
Jaguars at Browns; Browns win 17-6
This is going to be a snooze fest. But the Browns are looking like a average team. With a couple of draft picks this year, they could be a descent team next year.
Buccaneers at Panthers; Panthers win 27-24
Cam Newton and the Panthers came out of nowhere this season. Cam is looking like a elite QB. And the defense is looking good. But the matchup with the Saints In the next couple of weeks will show us if the Panthers can contend with the top NFC teams.
Bears at Vikings; Bears win 17-10
The Bears really need this win. If they want to try to win this division, they need this win. And they should get this win.
Patriots at Texans; Patriots win 24-6
Remember last season when this was a great game. Yeah well that’s not the case this year. The Patriots should have no trouble winning this game in Houston.
Cardinals at Eagles; Cardinals win 31-21
Arizona has me thinking they are a contender for the playoffs. Can they play big ball with the Seahawks and Saints? No, but neither can the Eagles. This game will show who can try to make some noise in the NFC.
Dolhpins at Jets; Dolphins win 17-6
Another good division game. Can the Jets make any noise in the AFC? No, not with Geno Smith. They just cant simply win games with how many times he turns the ball over.
Falcons at Bills; Bills win 20-10
The Falcons have been tough to watch this year. They have been destroyed with injuries. And that’s hard to watch. The Bills may have a franchise QB in EJ Manuel.
Rams at 49ers; 49ers win 31-28
The Rams and Tavon Austin have put up major offense the past two games. But going against this powerful 49ers defense can they keep it up? I don’t think so. The 49ers are not the same dominant team as they were last year.
Bengals at Chargers; Chargers win 24-10
This would usually be the game of the week, but the Monday night game is a great game. I think the Bengals are a good team, but Andy Dalton cant constantly play at a high level. But the Chargers are making a playoff push.
Broncos at Chiefs; Broncos win 24-13
This is a tough game to call. You don’t think Peyton Manning will let his team lose two straight. But you don’t think the Chiefs will lose three straight. I think Peyton isn’t going to let his team go down again, epically after how they lost week.
Giants at Redskins; Giants win 21-16
The Giants are really making a push for the division. But I think that their push is going to a couple weeks over due. On the other hand, you have the Redskins who are crushing in front of us. They have not had a good year at all. And they need to get their locker room turmoil under control.
Saints at Seahawks; Seahawks win 31-24
Its tough to go against the Seahawks when they play in Seattle. But then again, they are playing Drew Brees. This game is going to show us who the top dog is in the NFC. And the winner of this game will most likely run the table for home field advantage in the NFC.