ATS Analysis NFL Week 13

ATS Analysis NFL Week 13

Christmas is around the corner and if you need to boost your sports betting bankroll, use my NFL Week 13 ATS betting analysis to make the right picks. Let’s get started.

ATS Analysis NFL Week 13

New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys
When: Thursday, Nov. 29 at 8:20 pm ET
Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Odds: New Orleans -8.5

ATS Analysis: The Dallas Cowboys have been an exceptional team both straight up and against the spread lately. The Cowboys ride a 3-game SU and ATS streak into this game versus the mighty New Orleans Saints.

Describing the Saints as mighty doesn’t even do New Orleans justice. The Saints are on a 10-game straight up and against the spread streak. New Orleans averages 37 points per game. What’s really scary is how their defense has come alive in recent contests.

Cincinnati scored 14, Philadelphia scored 7, and Atlanta scored 17 in blowout Saints wins. New Orleans is on a different level than any other team in the NFL right now. The Saints will win and cover.

Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars
When: Sunday, Dec. 2 at 1:00 pm ET
Where: TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL
Odds: Indianapolis -4

ATS Analysis: The Colts only beat the Jaguars 29-26 the last time the two teams faced off. That game happened a few weeks ago on Nov. 11. Since that time, Jacksonville has lost 2 straight, 16-20 to Pittsburgh and 21-24 to Buffalo.

The Jaguars continue to have one of the top defenses in the NFL against the pass. But, the Jaguars didn’t contain Andrew Luck in the first game, allowing Luck to throw for 285 yards and 3 TD passes.

Unless the Jaguars come up with a different plan, Indianapolis should beat Jacksonville by more than 3 points. Hard to see the Jags doing anything different. So, the Colts are the play.

Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders
When: Sunday, Dec. 2 at 4:05 pm ET
Where: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA
Odds: Kansas City -15.5

ATS Analysis: The Chiefs have gone 1-2-1 ATS in their last 4 after starting the season going 8-0 against the spread. In their last, the Chiefs pushed against the Rams.

Kansas City should add a “W” onto their spread record after Sunday’s game, though. The Raiders are 3-8 ATS and have gone 1-4 ATS in their last 5. The spread’s massive, but it’s not when you consider that Oakland can’t score while having no shot of keeping the Chiefs from dropping 35.

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