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NFL Week 13 Preview and Free Picks

Last Updated on November 28, 2023 12:04 pm by Erwin Noguera

The Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers will star in the NFL’s best matchup of Week 13, replaying last season’s National Conference Final.

The Eagles have the best record of the current campaign, while the 49ers are the leaders of their division.

The Detroit Lions will be looking to bounce back after a loss last week and must visit the New Orleans Saints.

In another important game for the Playoffs, the Dallas Cowboys will play at home and host the Seattle Seahawks, who need to win to keep their chances of qualifying alive.

Finally, the Kansas City Chiefs of Patrick Mahomes will have to go to the home of the Green Bay Packers, who are on a two-game winning streak.

NFL Week 13: Dallas Cowboys vs. Seattle Seahawks


Thursday, November 30 at 8:15 pm ET in AT&T Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

Cowboys -400 

Seahawks +300

Where Can I Watch? 

NFL on DAZN and Amazon Prime

The Dallas Cowboys are having a good season, even having a difficult division with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Texas team’s record is 8-3, and they are on a three-game winning streak, the last one being a 45-10 victory over Washington. Dak Prescott gained 331 yards on 22 of 32 successful passes and had four assists for touchdowns.

The Seattle Seahawks are second with a 6-5 record and have lost their last two games, allowing the San Francisco 49ers to pull away. They have just lost 31-13 to the California franchise, and their quarterback, Geno Smith, had a performance to forget, as he did not throw a touchdown pass and was intercepted once.

Cowboys vs. Seahawks Betting Pick: Dallas Cowboys

NFL Week 13: New Orleans Saints vs. Detroit Lions


Sunday, December 3 at 1:00 pm ET in Caesars Superdome

Moneyline odds: 

Saints +155 

Lions -180

Where Can I Watch? 


The National Conference South division is the worst in the entire NFL, and it shows as the New Orleans Saints, with a poor 5-6 record, are tied at the top with the Atlanta Falcons. The Saints are coming off two straight losses, the last one 24-15 to the Falcons, where Derek Carr’s 304 yards gained were of little use. Except for Tyrann Mathieu’s two interceptions, the defense did not lend a hand in a crucial matchup.

The Detroit Lions are having a great year in the NFL, but their most recent outing resulted in a 29-22 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Although Jared Goff completed 29 of 44 passes, 332 yards, and two assists for touchdowns, the defense was below par and couldn’t counter Jordan Love and his throws. Detroit is a great visitor with a 4-1 record.

Saints vs. Lions Betting Pick: Detroit Lions

NFL Week 13: Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers


Sunday, December 3 at 4:25 pm ET in Lincoln Financial Field

Moneyline odds: 

Eagles +125 

49ers -145

Where Can I Watch? 


The best game of the day will have the Philadelphia Eagles playing at home to defend their 10-1 record and maintain their winning streak in front of their home crowd, as they have won all five games there this season. The Eagles are coming off a 37-34 win over the Buffalo Bills with a magical performance by Jalen Hurts, who threw three touchdowns and scored two more. Few quarterbacks have the physical power to make the 25-year-old’s carries.

The San Francisco 49ers are 8-3 and have won their last three games to dominate their division. Last week, they overcame the Seattle Seahawks 31-13, with Brock Purdy delivering, as he assisted once and completed 21 of 30 passes. Away from home, the San Francisco team has a 4-2 record.

Eagles vs. 49ers Betting Pick: Philadelphia Eagles

NFL Week 13: Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs


Sunday, December 3 at 8:20 pm ET in Lambeau Field

Moneyline odds: 

Packers +250 

Chiefs -320

Where Can I Watch? 


The Green Bay Packers are clinging to mathematics to dream of a playoff berth, but their 5-6 record makes it look complicated. The good thing for this franchise is that they have won their most recent two games, having the Chargers and Lions as victims. Jordan Love caught three touchdown passes in the last meeting, with 268 yards and 22 of 32 passing.

The Kansas City Chiefs have suffered some unexpected defeats but still lead their division with an 8-3 record. They are coming off a 31-17 win over the Las Vegas Raiders, thanks to Patrick Mahomes’ 298 yards, 27 of 34 passing, and two touchdown assists. They beat the Packers last year in the preseason (17-10) and two years ago in the regular season (13-7), but haven’t played a season game in Green Bay since 2015.

Packers vs. Chiefs Betting Pick: Kansas City Chiefs

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