While the NFL Power Rankings are no real predictor of which team will win every week, they do help give us some idea of where each team stands at the end of each week. We are going to need to wait a little longer to see the full picture this week, as the game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Raven will finally get the green light after several date changes. That game will bring Week 12 of the season to a close, but we are already looking ahead to Week 13, which looks a little different given that there is no Thursday games, not to mention several matchups now set for Monday. No matter when they are played, we are still looking at the matchups and coming up with a trio of O/U picks that we like for this weekend. Let’s get right to it so you can bet on their NFL odds.
Week 13 O/U Picks for the 2020 Season | NFL Betting
Cleveland Browns at Tennessee Titans (UNDER 54)
While you would expect both of these teams to be in the playoffs given that they are both 8-3 right now, this is a game that the Titans probably want a little more. The Browns will be excited about the prospect of playoff football, but for Tennessee, it’s all about winning the division that they took control of last week with a win over the Colts. Both of these teams are committed to running the football, a strategy that could well help keep the point total lower than expected. For the Browns, it has been the UNDER that has hit in 4 of their last 6 games, and while the Titans have been trending towards the over of late, I think it’s the run game of both teams that will keep this one UNDER.
Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins (UNDER 42)
The moment that rookie QB Joe Burrow went down with a season-ending knee injury, you could feel all the air go out of the Bengals. No, they were not going to be anywhere near the postseason, but there was a definite sense of hope that has not been present for quite some time. Despite how well Burrow played, the Bengals still struggled to score, managing a total of just 36 points total over their last 3 games. The Miami Dolphins are still very much in the playoff picture and can help their cause with another win here. The defense surrendered just 3 points versus the Jets last weekend, and with the Bengals on the same level as the Jets, we can probably expect another stout performance that helps keep the point total UNDER.
New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks (Under 48)
From out of nowhere, the New York Giants have suddenly come to life and put together 3 straight wins, a run that has them now sitting on top of the woeful NFC East. It should be noted, though, that those victories came against teams with pretty awful losing records, so this is going to be a much tougher proposition. After a bit of a stumble that saw them lose 3 of 4 games, the Seattle Seahawks are back in business with 2 wins back to back. I have a feeling that this one is going to be on the lower end of the scoring scale, with the Giants seeing 4 of their last 6 games go UNDER. The Seahawks have seen 4 of their last 6 conference games go the same route.