NFL Parlay Picks Week 13


The Giants’ horror season just keeps on getting worse as they suffered a heart-breaking 31-28 defeat to the Dallas Cowboys Sunday night. Not really a spectacular Odell Beckham touchdown catch was enough for the Giants who lost for the sixth consecutive time. They’ll look to end their losing rut against a Jaguars team that’s also seen its great amount of losses earlier this couple of seasons. Take a look at two games NFL Parlay Picks Week 13 this week.

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The Jaguars stumbled with their 10th defeat of the summer season with a 23-3 humiliation at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts. The Jaguars were just hapless contrary to the Colts as they set season-lows in points (3), passing yards (114) and completions (14). Their total offense mark of 194 yards was also their second-lowest output of the season.

They’ll choose a far better offensive performance contrary to the Giants which are second-worst in the NFL in the total defense department with opponents averaging 396.5 YPG against them.

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1:00 PM ET)

NFL Parlay Picks Week 13: Bengals

Andy Dalton and A.J. Green made sure that momentum from last week’s stunning road win contrary to the Saints wouldn’t be lost as they powered the Bengals with their second consecutive victory with a 22-13 win within the Houston Texans.

Dalton completed 24 of 35 passes for 233 yards and a touchdown while Green finished with a career-high 12 receptions for 121 yards as they remained half of a game prior to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns in the congested AFC North race.

They’ll turn to wreak havoc once more against a Tampa Bay team that’s allowed 21 passing touchdowns this year, fifth-worst in the whole league.
Oakland Raiders vs. St. Louis Rams (1:00 PM ET)

NFL Parlay Picks Week 13: Raiders

All is right in the city of Oakland once more as they finally snapped their 16-game losing streak with a sensational 24-20 upset of the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday. Derek Carr led the Raiders to the improbable victory with 234 yards on 20-of-36 passing and two touchdowns.

They’ll look to grab their second victory in a line if they travel to St. Louis to manage the Rams who are fresh off a heart-breaking 27-24 loss to the San Diego Chargers. The Raiders have been reliable contrary to the spread this year on the road, going 4-1 inside their recent travels.


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