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NFL Schedule Week 13 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Miami Dolphins (8-3) vs. Washington Commanders (4-8)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 3
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: FedEx Field in North Englewood, Md.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Dolphins vs. Commanders Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 13

Moneyline: Miami Dolphins +350, Washington Commanders -450
Spread: Dolphins -9.5 (-115), Commanders +9.5 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 49.5 points

Dolphins at Commanders Preview

The Miami Dolphins head to Maryland this weekend for their second straight road game before starting a three-game homestand next week. Head coach Mike McDaniel’s team has bounced back from its disappointing Nov. 5 loss to the Chiefs in Germany with back-to-back wins over the Las Vegas Raiders and New York Jets. Of course, the Dolphins had the luxury in those games of facing two backup quarterbacks in Las Vegas’ Aidan O’Connell and New York’s Tim Boyle.

There is still concern as to how well this Dolphins team performs against other playoff contenders, and Miami won’t be able to silence any of those doubts this weekend against 4-8 Washington. Nevertheless, the Dolphins can extend their record to 9-3, which could put them as many as three games ahead of the second-place Buffalo Bills in the AFC East.

Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has thrown for a total of 568 passing yards over his last two games, but there is a general sense that he hasn’t been playing as well as he was earlier in the year. He has thrown three interceptions in those two recent games and was picked off on consecutive drives to close out the second half against the Jets. One of those interceptions was returned for a touchdown.

Tagovailoa will want to make up for those mistakes as Miami looks to clinch the division title in the next few weeks. If he can do it, then this Dolphins offense will be capable of outscoring any team in the NFL.

Miami lost pass-rusher Jaelen Phillips, a linebacker, to a torn Achilles tendon in their road win over the Jets on Black Friday. His absence will be felt, but the Dolphins will still look to apply tremendous pressure against a Washington offensive line that has struggled with pass protection all season long.

Commanders quarterback Sam Howell will need to have his best stuff to keep up with Tagovailoa, as Washington prepares to go up against one of the NFL’s top two scoring teams for a second straight week. The Commanders kept it close against Dallas for the first three quarters of their 45-10 loss on Thanksgiving, but 10 points is never going to be enough to beat either the Cowboys or the Dolphins.

Like Dallas, Miami averages more than 30 points per game this season, and, like the Cowboys, the Dolphins would be just as capable of putting up 40-plus points if the Commanders aren’t on their game. Washington’s secondary allows an average of 264 passing yards per game this season, and its defense has struggled to apply pressure since defensive ends Montez Sweat and Chase Young were traded away.

I see the Commanders’ defensive performance in their 31-19 loss to the Giants on Nov. 19 as an anomaly, because the Giants have the worst offensive line in football this year. Washington had nine sacks in that game, but in the other three they have played since the trade deadline, the Commanders have a total of just one sack.

Miami has done a great job in protecting Tagovailoa this season, and he gets the ball out quickly anyway. If Washington can’t apply pressure, and its secondary isn’t capable of containing Miami receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, then the Commanders could find themselves in serious trouble.

Dolphins at Commanders Prediction and Pick

I have Miami winning this one comfortably on the road. Washington just fired defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio and defensive backs coach Brent Vieselmeyer, and head coach Ron Rivera will now be running the defense by himself.

The results might improve, but Rivera still doesn’t have the necessary difference-makers at his disposal to slow down this Miami offense on Sunday. With time and space available downfield, I think Miami puts up 30-plus points and covers the spread on the road.

The Pick: Miami Dolphins -9.5 (-115)

NFL Schedule Week 13 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
San Francisco 49ers (8-3) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (10-1)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 3
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

49ers vs. Eagles Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 13

Moneyline: San Francisoc 49ers -150, Philadelphia Eagles +125
Spread: 49ers -3 (+100), Eagles +3 (-120)
Total: Over/Under 47.5 points

49ers at Eagles Preview

All eyes will be focused on this game Sunday afternoon, because it’s a matchup that has been circled on the 49ers’ calendar ever since last season's NFC Championship Game.

The 49ers played that NFC title showdown without a healthy quarterback and lost. San Francisco players and coaches remain adamant that they would have won had Brock Purdy not suffered an elbow injury early in the game.

Since then, players from both teams have been publicly taunting each other on social media. With basic pride now on the line, this game will undoubtedly get chippy.

The Eagles are 10-1 and lead the NFC right now by a somewhat comfortable margin. They appear to be unstoppable, and managed to beat Buffalo in overtime last Sunday even though Bills quarterback Josh Allen played one of his best games of the season.

There is no doubt that the Eagles boast one of the NFL’s most complete offenses, and they have proven their ability to dominate defenses and win games in multiple ways this season.

For example, over the past couple of weeks, Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown has been extremely quiet by his impressive standards. He had at least 100 receiving yards for six straight games in the middle of the season, but he has been a small part of the offense for the last two weeks. Brown caught only one pass for just eight yards in a Nov. 20 win over Kansas City and then caught five passes for only 37 yards against Buffalo. He did manage a TD reception against the Bills, but against these past two opponents, Brown hasn’t been the impact player he was earlier in the year.

While Brown might not be playing a starring role, the Eagles are still winning. Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts is now the frontrunner for NFL MVP honors, and the Eagles have been effective on the ground with their blend of running backs -- led by D’Andre Swift – combined with Hurts’ ability to take off by himself.

While the Eagles have proven their worth this season and should be feared at 10-1, San Francisco’s players firmly believe they have the better team. The oddsmakers agree with that assumption, because the Niners go into this game as a three-point favorite despite playing on the road against the league’s only 10-win team.

San Francisco’s Brock Purdy has been the NFL’ most efficient quarterback this season, completing over 70 percent of his passes and ranking No. 1 among starting quarterbacks in that category. He has thrown a total of seven TD passes over his past three games, and the Niners appear to have all their weapons humming at the same time.

At this point in the season, it seems as if it is almost impossible to defend against San Francisco. Wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk, running back Christian McCaffrey, tight end George Kittle, and receiver Deebo Samuel are ALL playing at an elite level. That could be a problem for an Eagles secondary that has not been anywhere near the elite unit it was last season.

Philadelphia allows 255 passing yards per game this season, and the Eagles appear to be struggling to adapt to life under new defensive coordinator Sean Desai. Buffalo’s Allen just threw for 339 yards against Philadelphia. Dallas’ Dak Prescott also had 374 passing yards against the Eagles, who did manage to hold Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes to just 177 yards in between the games against the Cowboys and Bills.

49ers at Eagles Prediction and Pick

This might not be a popular pick with the fan base in Philadelphia, but I think the 49ers will go into Lincoln Financial and win on the road. The Eagles are a superb team -- there’s no doubting that -- and both teams have their flaws defensively, but I believe the 49ers have a more diverse and efficient offense than the Eagles.

That’s not to say that both offenses aren’t elite, because they are. The 49ers just seem to be more comfortable adjusting their offense and taking a different route to scoring. Their weapons are high-impact assets, and trying to cover all of them is a tough task for a defense that has already given up a lot of yards this season.

A win would bring the 49ers to within one victory of the Eagles in the race for the NFC’s top playoff seed, and San Francisco’s motivation to prove a point after last year's conference championship game is extremely apparent.

The Pick: San Francisco 49ers Moneyline (-150)

NFL Schedule Week 13 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Denver Broncos (6-5) vs. Houston Texans (6-5)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 3
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Broncos vs. Texans Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 13

Moneyline: Denver Broncos +165, Houston Texans -200
Spread: Broncos +3.5 (-110), Texans -3.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 46.5 points

Broncos at Texans Preview

The Denver Broncos’ visit to Houston on Sunday has serious playoff implications, since both teams are currently 6-5 and in the hunt for an AFC playoff berth.

Houston is currently eighth in the conference, although the Texans have the same record as the seventh-ranked Indianapolis Colts and are just one game behind the sixth-ranked Cleveland Browns. Due to the tiebreaker format, Denver sits in ninth, even though it has the same record as the Texans and Colts.

In other words, the team that wins this game on Sunday will have the upper hand when it comes to sneaking into the playoffs at the end of the year. There is no denying that Houston has looked like the better team and made far more headlines this season, but Denver head coach Sean Payton and the Broncos have strung together five straight wins in a remarkable turnaround from their 1-5  start.

This is not the same Broncos team that gave up 70 points against the Miami Dolphins back in Week 3. Denver has since adjusted and significantly reduced the number of points it allows opponents. In fact, over the past three games, the Broncos have yielded an average of just 183 passing yards. That includes holding Buffalo QB Josh Allen to 177 yards in a stunning Nov. 13 win at Buffalo. In their game prior to that one, the Broncos forced two interceptions from Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes and stifled the Chiefs in a 24-9 victory.

Denver has not only been winning, it has been winning against supposedly Super Bowl-caliber teams. The Broncos will now have a chance to go up against the QB favored to win NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in his own stadium as they look for yet another upset victory over one of the league's media darlings.

Texans rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud has been the biggest story in football this season, and rightly so. He is playing at an unbelievable level for someone so young, breaking rookie records previously set by stars such as Cam Newton and Andrew Luck. He’s on pace to break the all-time rookie passing record, also set by Andrew Luck, and is suddenly part of the conversation surrounding the league’s MVP race.

Stroud has elevated the Texans’ offense tremendously, while credit must also be paid to the patchwork offensive line and a very undervalued group of pass-catchers.

Tank Dell has turned into one of the best rookie wide receivers this season and is now clearly the Texans’ most explosive playmaker on offense. He has had three games with more than 100 receiving yards this season. He has also scored five touchdowns in his last four games, bringing his 2023 total to seven.

Running back Devin Singletary’s performance in recent weeks has been welcomed too, helping to explode the run game after he came in to cover for an injured Dameon Pierce. This Texans offense is now capable of hurting opponents in many different ways, and with Stroud at QB anything is possible.

Broncos at Texans Prediction and Pick

I have the Houston Texans winning this one at home. I must give props to Denver and to head coach Sean Payton for righting the Broncos’ ship in the middle of the season, and those wins over Buffalo and Kansas City were quite something.

Five straight wins is really an impressive feat, and the fact that Denver even has a shot at the playoffs after the way it started the season is something people should be talking about more.

That said, Houston is rolling right now on offense. Rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud has thrown for more than 300 yards in each of his last three games, and even when turnover issues crept into a Nov. 19 win over Arizona, Stroud looked like the complete package for 95 percent of his snaps.

The Pick: Houston Texans -3.5 (-110)

NFL Schedule Week 13 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Detroit Lions (8-3) vs. New Orleans Saints (5-6)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 3
Time: 1:00 p.m. EST
Venue: Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, La.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Lions vs. Saints Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 13

Moneyline: Detroit Lions -200, New Orleans Saints +165
Spread: Lions -4 (-115), Saints +4 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 46.5 points

Lions at Saints Preview

The main headline for this game is the status of the New Orleans Saints’ offense. They lost wide receiver Michael Thomas just last week, and the veteran has been placed on injured reserve. This week, receivers Chris Olave and Rashid Shaheed are both questionable as far as being available to play against the Detroit Lions.

Olave suffered a concussion that knocked him out of last Sunday’s game at Atlanta. Shaheed suffered what was originally feared to be a lengthy quad injury, but he could be back in a matter of days.

If both of those players end up missing this Detroit game, then it will be rookie receiver A.T. Perry and tight end Juwan Johnson leading the pass-catchers. Expect to see plenty of Saints running backs Alvin Kamara and Taysom Hill if that’s the case. New Orelans will be facing a Detroit Lions defense that will be able to key on the Saints’ limited number of playmakers.

Detroit has been dealing with challenges, too. Lions quarterback Jared Goff has been applauded for limiting turnovers while leading the team over the past couple of seasons. However, in his last two starts, Goff has either thrown an interception or fumbled a total of six times.

The turnovers are uncharacteristic, and Goff has looked a little out of sorts. He threw three picks against the Chicago Bears two weeks ago before fumbling three times against Green Bay on Thanksgiving. Those turnovers enabled the Packers to steal a much-needed win, and Green Bay closed in on a potential race for the NFC North division title in the process.

If the Lions cut out turnovers, they can beat anybody, but their offense needs to be efficient. Detroit doesn't have a defense that affords its offense the luxury of making multiple mistakes. This is not a situation like San Francisco’s, where the 49ers defense allows only 15 points a game. Detroit is giving up 23.5 per game, so the offense must be at its best in putting up big numbers to remain successful.

Goff has the weapons to do just that, with Amon-Ra St. Brown now considered to be a genuine top-five NFL wide receiver and one of the most reliable targets in football. I have also been really impressed with Detroit rookie tight end Sam LaPorta. Lions fans will want to see this group in top form again on Sunday.

Lions at Saints Prediction and Pick

I have Detroit winning this one, since the Lions have far more firepower in their offense than New Orleans, given the current health of each team's players.

The Saints’ secondary is missing cornerback Marshon Lattimore, who was recently placed on IR. That could be a major factor here in unleashing some of the Lions’ top receiving talent downfield.

The spread is set at 3.5 in favor of Detroit, and while the Lions have failed to cover in each of their past two games, I think they do so here in a resurgent road performance by the offense.

The Pick: Detroit Lions -4 (-115)

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