NFL Odds Week 13: Biggest NFL Moneylines This Week

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BetMGM Staff @BETMGM Nov 29, 2022, 11:20 AM
  • Below are the biggest moneylines in the NFL for Week 13.

Instead of using NFL betting lines to place bets, a safer route may be just to look at the moneyline. Some may have a lot of juice, but it takes the spread out of play and is just about picking who will win the game.

Here’s a look at the biggest NFL moneylines for this week.

NFL Odds Week 12: Biggest NFL Moneylines This Week

RankTeamsMoneyline
1Indianapolis Colts @ Dallas CowboysCowboys -400
T1Denver Broncos @ Baltimore RavensRavens -400
3Cleveland Browns @ Houston TexansBrowns -350
4Tennessee Titans @ Philadelphia EaglesEagles -250
5Seattle Seahawks @ Los Angeles RamsSeahawks -225
6Buffalo Bills @ New England PatriotsBills -210
7New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay BuccaneersBucs -190
8Miami Dolphins @ San Francisco 49ers49ers -185
9New York Jets @ Minnesota VikingsVikings -165
10Kansas City Chiefs @ Cincinnati BengalsChiefs -145

T1) Indianapolis Colts @ Dallas Cowboys (-400)

The Colts fell to 1-2 under interim head coach Jeff Saturday as their offense continues to struggle. Things don’t get any easier this week against a vaunted Cowboys pass rush.

T1) Denver Broncos @ Baltimore Ravens (-400)

Baltimore’s five-game winning streak came to a stunning end as Trevor Lawrence and the Jags upset the Ravens, 28-27. Fortunately, John Harbaugh’s struggling defense draws a plus matchup against arguably the league’s worst offense in the Denver Broncos.

3) Cleveland Browns (-350) @ Houston Texans

After serving an 11-game suspension, quarterback Deshaun Watson makes his much-anticipated Browns debut against his former team, the Houston Texans. Watson couldn’t ask for a better matchup in his return, with the Texans’ defense ranking 29th in yards allowed (385 yards per game) and 23rd in scoring (23.6 points per game).

4) Tennessee Titans @ Philadelphia Eagles (-250)

The Eagles improved to an NFL-best 10-1 following their 40-33 Sunday night victory over the Green Bay Packers. Philadelphia notched a season-high 500 total yards in the win, 363 of those coming on the ground. Needless to say, Tennessee’s 26th-ranked offense will likely have a tough time keeping pace.

5) Seattle Seahawks (-225) @ Los Angeles Rams

Seattle lost its second straight game on Sunday, a heartbreaking 40-34 overtime loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. However, Pete Carroll’s group has a prime opportunity to right the ship this week against a banged-up Rams squad that comes in losers of five straight.

6) Buffalo Bills (-210) @ New England Patriots

The last time these two teams met, Buffalo hammered New England, 47-17, a game in which the Bills were never forced to punt. Will history repeat itself in a crucial AFC East matchup?

7) New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-190)

Tampa Bay was upset by the Browns, falling 23-17 in overtime and dropping to 5-6 on the season. Meanwhile, despite their 4-8 record, the Saints are just two games behind the Bucs for first place in the dreadful NFC South, making Sunday’s affair a critical one for both sides.

8) Miami Dolphins @ San Francisco 49ers (-185)

This is an intriguing matchup between Miami’s explosive offense (25.6 points per game) and San Francisco’s top-ranked defense. Both teams come into this one playing their best football of the season, with the Dolphins and Niners on five, and four-game winning streaks, respectively.

9) New York Jets @ Minnesota Vikings (-165)

The Vikings rebounded from last week’s embarrassing 40-3 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, downing the New England Patriots 33-26 on Thanksgiving. Minnesota will clash with the AFC East again in a matchup against a tough Jets defense, as well as an offense that looked far more explosive with Mike White under center.

10) Kansas City Chiefs (-145) @ Cincinnati Bengals

The game of the week features the Chiefs taking on the Bengals in a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship. Cincinnati’s star wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase, whose been sidelined since Week 7 with a hip injury, is expected to return to the lineup as Zac Taylor’s squad looks to upset Patrick Mahomes and company again.

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