We’re less than two months away from post-season action and the playoff race is heating up like Matt Nagy’s seat. This is a real pigtails and ink week, with nearly half of the slate carrying a spread of at least seven points that’s just begging to be teased. If you’re betting the old-fashioned way, here’s an ATS rankings breakdown for all 32 teams heading into Week 13:
All lines from BetMGM.
1. Green Bay Packers 10-2 against the spread (have covered by +19.5 points)
They’re doing all of this without two of their best defensive players, who should be returning later this season.
Week 13: BYE
What was Kyler Murray trying to say with his cryptic tweet? If you plan on taking the Cardinals this week, you may want to wait until Murray is officially cleared to play.
Week 13: (-7.5) at Chicago Bears
America’s team is going through a period of transitory inflation. We’ll see their futures prices come back down when they get healthy and start clicking again.
Week 13: (-4.5) at New Orleans Saints
The Patriots have the biggest point differential in the NFL and QB Mac Jones is suddenly -275 to win Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Week 13: (+2.5) at Buffalo Bills
Josh Allen has thrown seven picks over the last four games. He’ll need to be locked in against a Patriots defense that leads the league in interceptions.
Week 13: (-2.5) vs. New England Patriots
Indy committed five turnovers and still nearly beat the Bucs. They’re a dark horse to win the AFC.
Week 13: (-8.5) at Houston Texans
Nashville’s singing the blues, as Mike Vrabel’s team has failed to cover their last three games.
Week 13: BYE
Joe Mixon logged 58 carries for 288 yards in Cincinnati’s back-to-back blowouts.
Week 13: (-3) vs. Los Angeles Chargers
They’ve won and covered three of their last four and looked pretty good doing it. If they want to slide into the playoffs, they’ll likely need to win one of their games against the Chiefs.
Week 13: (+9.5) at Kansas City Chiefs
At least Kirk Cousins didn’t line up behind the…