NFL Week 13 Parlay Betting Picks

November 30, 2015 Posted in US Sportsbooks Sites News by No Comments

Sometimes when betting on the NFL you are just flat-out wrong and that was the case last week in going with the Giants and against the Jets in my all-New York parlay. Week 13 of the NFL season offers a brand new set of betting opportunities to get back to my winning ways with two more picks for this Sunday’s games based on NFL betting odds from MyBookie.ag .

NFL Week 13 Parlay Betting Picks Game 1

Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings: Take the Seahawks -1

If the playoffs started this week the 6-5 Seattle Seahawks would be a wildcard team in the NFC after winning four of their last five games. They continued to build momentum for a strong finish in the regular season with last Sunday’s 39-30 victory against Pittsburgh as three-point home favorites. Quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 345 yards and five scores against the Steelers in one of his best passing performances of his entire career.

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The Vikings took over sole possession of first place in the NFC North at 8-3 on the year with a 20-10 victory against Atlanta in Week 12 as two-point underdogs on the road. Running back Adrian Peterson helped pace the victory with 158 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 29 carries. It could be tough sledding this Sunday against a Seattle defense that is ranked fifth in the NFL against the run. Stick with the Seahawks staying on a roll with a road victory in Minnesota.

Pro Football Week 13 Parlay Betting Picks Game 2

Houston Texans at Buffalo Bills: Take Buffalo -3

The Texans remained tie with Indianapolis for the lead in the AFC South at 6-5 with last Sunday’s 24-6 victory against New Orleans as 3.5-point home favorites. Houston is now 4-0 both straight-up and against the spread in their last four games at the best USA online sports betting sites, but it has struggled on the road at 2-3 ATS and as underdogs at 3-4 ATS on the year. The Texans’ defense is ranked 16th in the NFL against the run and it could have its hands full against a Bills’ offense that is averaging 136.7 yards a game on the ground.

Buffalo is coming off a 30-22 loss to Kansas City as a four-point road underdog. The Bills are now 5-6 SU on the year and still in the hunt for a wildcard spot in the AFC. Returning home after playing its last games on the road should also help Buffalo’s cause to get back on track. Houston is playing its best ball of the year right now, but I am rolling the dice a bit on the Bills getting the much needed win while covering the three-point spread.

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