Week 13 NFL Predections

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Photo Courtesy of the Associated Press (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Photo Courtesy of the Associated Press (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

With Week 13 about to kick off, this Thursday and Week 12 are past us. With so many teams with the Super Bowl mix and the playoffs getting closer and closer. Which team is going to make that big jump and the cream of the crop in the NFL?

Cowboys @ Saints

Thursday, 8:20 p.m., FOX

The Dallas Cowboys are coming off back-to-back losses against the Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders. The Cowboys need to get back on the right track with the playoffs getting closer and closer. On the other hand, the Saints have lost three straight. A win could jump-start a playoff run.

Saints win 27-24

Colts @ Texans

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

The Colts are coming off a hard-fought loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ending their three-game winning streak. The Colts are in the hunt to make the playoffs. The Texans are not a very good football team, and any win will be an upset.

Colts win 30-7

Vikings @ Lions

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

The Vikings are a team that has a lot of talent, but they struggle to win big games. The Vikings need to get this win against a division rival. The Lions haven’t won a game all season, and they have another chance at winning their first game of the season.

Vikings win 28-14

Giants @ Dolphins

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., FOX

The Giants are coming off a big victory against the Philadelphia Eagles. New York is looking to win another big game against Miami. The Dolphins are also coming off a big win against the Carolina Panthers and have an outside shot; to make the playoffs.

Giants win 23-20

Buccaneers @ Falcons

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., FOX

The Buccaneers are the defending NFL champions, and they are coming off a much-needed win against the Colts. The Bucs are looking to get into that playoff mode and make another run at a title. The Falcons are the least talented team, and they are looking to upset the Buccaneers this Sunday.

Buccaneers win 40-24

Eagles @ Jets

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

The Eagles are coming off a poor performance against the Giants, and they need this win this Sunday. This looks like an easy win as the Eagles seek to make a run at the NFC East. The Jets are not a good team. Winning any game at this point in the season will be good for the Jets.

Eagles win 34-24

Cardinals @ Bears

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., FOX

The Cardinals have been the best team with the best record in all the NFL, and they are facing a young Chicago Bears team. On the other hand, the Bears have nothing to lose and gain this matchup on Sunday.

Cardinals win 37-14

Chargers @ Bengals

Sunday, 1:00 p.m., CBS

This matchup will be one of the best games to watch this Sunday because of Justin Herbert and Joe Burrow. Both these quarterbacks are the face on their teams, and they both will lay it on the line on Sunday.

Bengals win 31-30

Jaguars @ Rams

Sunday, 4:05 p.m., FOX

The Rams are coming off three consecutive losses after starting the season (7-1). The Rams need to find their identity and get back on the right track. If the Rams lose to the Jaguars, that will be an embarrassment.

Rams win 40-7

Washington @ Raiders

Sunday, 4:05 p.m., FOX

The Washington Football and the Raiders are both coming off big wins in week 12. Both the Raiders and the Washington football team are in the hunt to make the playoffs. This game should be a close and hard-fought game on Sunday.

Raiders win 34-31

Ravens @ Steelers

Sunday, 4:25, CBS

One of the greatest rivals in NFL history will kickoff Sunday afternoon. The Ravens are the Steelers has always been a physical and hard-fought game for both teams. The Steelers have more to lose in this game. They are fighting for a playoff spot. On the other hand, the Ravens hold the top seed in the AFC and they want to beat a division rival on the road.

Ravens win 30-28

49ers @ Seahawks

Sunday, 4:25 p.m., CBS

The 49ers are a team that caught fire at the right time in the season, and they have a good chance at making the playoffs. Seattle’s playoff chances to make the playoffs are very unlikely.

49ers win 24-20

Broncos @ Chiefs

Sunday, 8:20 p.m., NBC

The Broncos and the Chiefs are in the toughest division in the NFL. There’s a lot at stake in this game. If the Broncos win, they will have the opportunity at the top seed in the AFC West. If Kansas City gets the victory, they will be up to two games in the division.

Chiefs win 41-17

Patriots @ Bills

Monday, 8:20 p.m., ESPN

The AFC East is coming down between the Bills and the New England Patriots. The Bills want to be the big dawgs in the division. However, the Patriots have won six consecutive games. They have looked like the best team in the AFC for the past few weeks. Will the Patriots prove they’re the best team, or will the Bills get the last laugh?

Bills win 38-35

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