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Week 13 of the NFL is here and I’ll be breaking down all of Sunday’s games from a betting perspective. I turned in a positive week last week, going 3-2 ATS on The Nickel Package podcast and adding one more winner to go 4-2 ATS with my Recommended Wagers. My overall season record is still well above .500 so hopefully I can continue the run this week.

The Nickel Package Record: 34-24-2 ATS (58%)

As always, you can check out The Nickel Package podcast, which includes my top five plays in order of confidence. Each week, Joe Fortenbaugh from the National Football Post joins me to analyze those picks and provide additional insight to the games I’ve selected. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, listen to the player below or download the MP3 file here.

Recommended Wagers Record: 41-32-2 ATS (56%)

Tennessee Titans @ Indianapolis Colts

Friday Line: Colts -3.5, total of 45

Public Consensus: 65% on the Colts, 97% on the over

The Pick: This may not look like the most intriguing matchup on paper but it’s shaping up to be one of the better games of the week in my eyes. Tennessee is two games back of Indianapolis in the AFC South standings, but actually has a better point differential than the Colts this season, indicating that these teams are more evenly matched than you’d believe. Indianapolis got creamed by Arizona last week and I’d normally be inclined to take the Colts to bounce back here but I just don’t like what I’ve seen out of them in recent weeks. The Indianapolis offense is clearly struggling without Reggie Wayne in the lineup, especially since it can’t run the ball whatsoever. The good news for the Colts is that they face a Titans’ defense that doesn’t have much of a pass rush, so Andrew Luck should have time in the pocket to connect with his receivers downfield. Unfortunately for Indianapolis, its defense can’t stop anything right now. In the last four weeks, the Colts have given up an average of 32 points per game to Carson Palmer, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Kellen Clemens, and Case Keenum. Fitzpatrick completed 79% of his passes in that game two weeks ago and has thrown five touchdowns with no picks in his last three contests, so I think he should be able to move the ball with relative ease in this matchup. The Colts aren’t particularly good in run defense either as they’ve surrendered a heaping 4.4 yards per carry to opponents this season. I’m not a big believer in Chris Johnson but there’s an opportunity for him to have a big game here.

Ultimately, this is a tough one to call. Indianapolis continues to be an overrated squad and the Titans still don’t get any credit but it’s hard for me to go with the upset here. The Colts took care of business in Tennessee a couple of weeks ago and they’re not a particularly good road team. They should be able to do enough to win at home. Colts 26, Titans 23

The Wager: The Colts have defeated the Titans by more than six points only once in their past six meetings. With that being said, there’s not enough line value with Tennessee here. The Titans were 3-point dogs at home to the Colts and now they’re only 3.5-point dogs on the road two weeks later. That’s not nearly enough points to back the Titans here. Pass

The Trend: Titans are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 road games.

Denver Broncos @ Kansas City Chiefs

Friday Line: Broncos -5.5, total of 49

Public Consensus: 69% on the Broncos, 86% on the over

The Pick: I’m looking for every possible reason to take Kansas City in this game (I love me some home dogs), but I just don’t see the Chiefs keeping this close. The Broncos are coming off of a very tough, emotional loss to the Patriots last week, but the Chiefs are in the exact same circumstance, losing to the Chargers in a back-and-forth contest at Arrowhead. That marks back-to-back divisional losses for the Chiefs and that’ll have their confidence at an all-time low heading into this week. The wheels are starting to come off of the once heralded Chiefs’ defense and I don’t give them much of a shot of slowing down the Broncos’ offense this week. Denver ran for a whopping 280 yards against the Patriots on Sunday night and the Chiefs have one of the worst run defenses in the league, conceding 4.6 yards per carry. The Broncos will be able to run the ball effectively and Peyton Manning will be working out of manageable situations all afternoon. Kansas City will be without outside linebacker Justin Houston, and Tamba Hali will be playing at less than 100%, so Manning shouldn’t have many issues against a once-lethal Chiefs’ pass rush. Offensively, Kansas City just doesn’t have the firepower to keep up with Denver. The Chiefs’ dink-and-dunk offense was effective earlier this season but opposing teams have taken note of Alex Smith’s reluctance to throw the ball downfield; consequently, Kansas City has struggled to score in recent weeks (eliminate last week’s game against a horrible Chargers’ defense). Kansas City also boasts one of the worst red zone offenses in the league, which doesn’t bode well against a Broncos’ offense that rarely settles for field goals inside the twenty.

These teams met two weeks ago and the Chiefs never threatened the Broncos in that game. Granted, Denver was the home team in that contest, but Kansas City had two weeks to prepare coming off of the bye week. Denver has scored at least 27 points in every game this season and I just don’t envision the Chiefs keeping up. Broncos 28, Chiefs 21

The Wager: I’m a big believer in “line value” and there’s just no line value here with the Broncos. Denver was -7.5 at home in this very same matchup two weeks ago, which would translate to a line of Broncos -1.5 on the road. I still think Denver is the right side here but I’m not willing to back them at an extremely inflated price. Pass

The Trend: Chiefs are 4-10 ATS in their last 14 home games against a team with a winning record.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Cleveland Browns

Friday Line: Browns -7, total of 40

Public Consensus: 55% on the Jaguars, 83% on the under

The Pick: If you watch more than three minutes of this game on Sunday afternoon you need to seriously re-evaluate your life. The Jaguars have won two of three games since their bye week but let’s not forget that this is an epically bad squad. Jacksonville has been held below 20 points in 15 of its last 18 games, and I’d be pretty surprised if it eclipsed that total against a pretty stout Browns’ defense. Cleveland got carved up by Pittsburgh last week but I doubt it will have any issues against Chad Henne, who’s thrown for one touchdown and four interceptions in his last three starts. Joe Haden will shadow cry-baby Cecil Shorts III all game, leaving the Jaguars with Mike Brown, Ace Sanders, and Stephen Burton as Henne’s pass catching targets. Not good. The Browns’ defense ranks in the top six in the league in pass defense, run defense, and total defense, so I just don’t see how the Jaguars are going to move the chains in this contest. Unfortunately for Cleveland, Brandon Weeden will get the start at quarterback in place of an injured Jason Campbell. Weeden is one of a handful of quarterbacks in the league that looks like he downed a bottle of Jack Daniel’s before stepping on the field. Josh Gordon has emerged as one of the best receivers in the league, catching 19 pass for 362 yards in the last two games, but it’s anyone’s guess as to whether or not Weeden can deliver him the ball. The Jaguars’ defense has improved drastically since their bye week but a quick glance at their defensive personnel would probably make you hurl (I’m serious, I almost threw up), so I highly doubt their recent short-term success will continue.

In the end, there’s only one unit in this game that’s above average and that’s the Cleveland defense. I don’t expect Jacksonville to be able to score and I think the Browns will have a chip on their shoulder after getting annihilated by the Steelers last week. This will be one hell of an ugly game. Browns 24, Jaguars 13

The Wager: These are two of the most inconsistent teams in football so there’s no chance in hell I’m betting on this game. I think the Browns are slightly undervalued after last week’s putrid performance but I would never, ever consider betting a cent on Brandon Weeden. Pass

The Trend: Browns are 10-4 ATS in their last 14 games after scoring less than 15 points in their previous game.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Carolina Panthers

Friday Line: Panthers -7.5, total of 41.5

Public Consensus: 72% on the Buccaneers, 67% on the under

The Pick: If you haven’t realized it yet, the Panthers are the real deal. Carolina was in the ultimate flat spot last week after back-to-back victories over the 49ers and Patriots, but still managed to pull out a victory on the road in Miami. The Panthers now return home where they’ve been nothing short of outstanding defensively this season. Carolina has surrendered just 14.2 points per game in five home contests this season, a total which shrinks to fewer than 10 per contest if you remove the New England game from the equation. The Buccaneers mustered just 229 yards of total offense against Detroit last week, which doesn’t bode well for them against a superior Panthers’ defense. After third string running back Bobby Rainey tore up the Falcons two weeks ago (big deal), he mustered just 35 yards on 18 carries last week. The Panthers allow just 81.5 yards per game on the ground which means that Mike Glennon will be facing a lot of third-and-longs this week. That’s not a recipe for success against an elite defense. Carolina’s defensive unit hasn’t been the only effective unit on the squad as their offense has performed admirably throughout their seven-game winning streak as well. Cam Newton has accounted for 15 touchdowns and just four turnovers during that span, and he could be going up against a Bucs’ defense without stud cornerback Darrelle Revis and inside linebacker Mason Foster. Carolina put up 31 points five weeks ago on the road in Tampa Bay and shouldn’t face much resistance against a defense that it has already carved up once this season.

The Panthers have a big game on deck with New Orleans next week but I doubt they’ll be looking past a divisional opponent. The Bucs have been playing better as of late but they’re banged up and frankly, they’re not in the same league as Carolina. I don’t think this will be much of a game. Panthers 27, Buccaneers 10

The Wager: Money continues to pour in on Tampa Bay but I’m looking the other way. Carolina was a 7-point favorite in Tampa Bay earlier this season, so it really doesn’t make any sense that they’re favored by the same amount of points at home. You could point to a trap but three quarters of the public is backing the Bucs, so throw that theory out the window. Panthers

The Trend: Panthers are 13-3 ATS in their last 16 games against a team with a losing record.

Chicago Bears @ Minnesota Vikings

Friday Line: Vikings pk, total of 50

Public Consensus: 60% on the Bears, 66% on the over

The Pick: The Bears may have three more wins than the Vikings this season but there’s not much separating these two teams. Chicago’s defense is a complete abomination. The Bears are fresh off a game in which they allowed 258 yards on just 29 carries, including 109 yards to some guy named Benny Cunningham. In the past month, the Bears have given up over six yards per carry to opposing backs. Chicago’s run defense has suffered due to multiple injuries in its front seven, and will continue to struggle for the rest of the season with stud run stopper Henry Melton on injured reserve. By now you’re probably aware that the Vikings have a running back named Adrian Peterson; a workhorse who should undoubtedly tear up this Bears’ run defense. Peterson ran for 146 yards against the Packers last week and the Vikings ran for 232 yards as a team in that matchup, so expect Minnesota to break off some big gains on the ground in this one. It’s not as if Chicago can stop the pass either. The Bears have the third worst pass rush in the league, generating a pathetic 19 sacks in 11 games this season. Subsequently, they give up 7.9 yards per passing attempt; the seventh worst total in the league. Chicago boasts a pretty strong offense but I doubt it’ll be able to score enough points to make up for its deficiencies on defense. Unlike the Bears, the Vikings actually have a decent run defense and they’re one of only a handful of teams that hasn’t surrendered a 40+ yard run this year. With Matt Forte banged up, Chicago will have to rely solely on Josh McCown to move the chains — the same scenario that led to a 42-21 loss to the Rams last week.

Minnesota went to Chicago in Week 2 and nearly knocked off the Bears, demonstrating the equality of these two teams. The Bears have suffered many injuries since that time and are nowhere near the quality that they exhibited earlier in the season. Until Chicago figures out how to generate some stops I can’t picture it beating anyone. Vikings 30, Bears 24

The Wager: This line makes no sense me to me. Minnesota and Chicago are pretty equal teams (I’d argue that Minnesota is even slightly better right now), so the Vikings should be at least a 3-point favorite in this contest. I’ll keep fading the overrated Bears. Vikings pk

The Trend: Bears are 3-14 ATS in their last 17 games against NFC opponents.

Arizona Cardinals @ Philadelphia Eagles

Friday Line: Eagles -3, total of 48.5

Public Consensus: 51% on the Cardinals, 52% on the under

The Pick: If there’s one team I wouldn’t want to face coming off of a bye week, it’s the Eagles. Philadelphia already features an intricate up-tempo offense, but they’re sure to have some new wrinkles in the offense now that Chip Kelly has had two weeks to prepare for this game. Arizona’s defense is good, but it’s nowhere near the elite stop unit that it’s being heralded as. The Cardinals’ last three victories came against AFC South opponents, and it’s important to note that head coach Bruce Arians has a lot of familiarity with that division after coaching in Indianapolis last year. Prior to those wins, the Cardinals beat the Falcons, who are in complete free fall right now. In Arizona’s only two road contests against quality opponents, the defense gave up a combined 63 points to the Saints and 49ers, while getting blasted by double-digits in both of those games. The Eagles don’t possess an elite offense but they’re definitely in the better half of the league. Arizona will have a difficult time figuring out how to limit LeSean McCoy, DeSean Jackson, and the emerging Riley Cooper. Meanwhile, Philadelphia’s defense has quietly put together a solid string of performances as of late. The Eagles have given up just 16.2 points per game in their last five contests, which is particularly impressive when you consider that they gave up an average of 31 points per game in their previous 16 contests. After having one of the worst pass rushes in the league to begin the season, the Eagles have registered eight sacks in their last three games, and have had a lot more quarterback pressures. Carson Palmer is being praised for his ability to protect the ball as of late, but sooner or later Palmer is going to blow up. The former first-overall pick has 17 turnovers in 11 games this season and I’d expect that number to increase as he faces some collapsing pockets this week.

Arizona is quickly becoming one of the league’s more overrated teams. National media broadcasts are talking about them as if they’re an elite team after they’ve beaten a bunch of nobodies. With two weeks to prepare, I like Philadelphia to put an end to this dream run. Eagles 26, Cardinals 16

The Wager: I don’t see a lot of line value with the Eagles this week but I’ll sacrifice that value for a great spot. The Eagles are coming off of a bye and this game is extremely important to them, especially after watching the Cowboys beat the Raiders on Thanksgiving. Eagles -3

The Trend: Cardinals are 0-5 ATS in their last 5 games after a win of 14+ points.

Miami Dolphins @ New York Jets

Friday Line: Jets -2, total of 40

Public Consensus: 50% split, 51% on the under

The Pick: This one almost looks too easy. Buffalo isn’t playing a traditional home game here as this contest will be played in front of a silent crowd at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, but the Bills still shouldn’t have much trouble with the lowly Falcons. Atlanta has lost five straight games and a once-competent offense is now in complete shambles. The Falcons have scored less than 14 points in four of those five contests and Matt Ryan has an abysmal 5:9 touchdown to interception ratio in that span. Ryan has struggled without Julio Jones in the lineup, and the complete lack of a running game hasn’t helped either. The Falcons have been outrushed by a whopping 641 yards in their last seven games, an average of 91.5 yards per game. Without the ability to run the ball, Ryan will once again be facing a bunch of third-and-long situations, which should allow the Bills’ explosive pass rush to tee off on the former Boston College product. The Bills are tied for second in the league with 37 sacks and that pressure has led to turnovers as Buffalo has created a league-high 16 interceptions. Atlanta’s offensive unit isn’t the only unit that’s struggling — its defense has been just as bad. The Falcons have a dreadful run defense surrendering 4.6 yards per carry, and that plays right into the hands of the run-heavy Bills. Buffalo is coming off of a bye week which will have given its banged-up running backs the opportunity to get healthy before the contest. With C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson close to 100%, the Bills should have no issues picking up big yardage on the ground. E.J. Manuel will be able to use the play-action game to exploit a questionable Falcons’ secondary and he shouldn’t face much pressure from an Atlanta squad that’s mustered only 22 sacks this season. Atlanta has faced three mobile quarterbacks this season (Geno Smith, Cam Newton, and Russell Wilson) and gave up at least 30 points in all three of those matchups.

Buffalo is well rested and its confidence is very high following a 31-14 beatdown of the Jets prior to their bye week. Atlanta comes into this game having come up short in a tough loss against their biggest divisional rival. I don’t see how this game ends up being close. Bills 31, Falcons 17

The Wager: I see this as a short price with Buffalo. I know the Bills aren’t playing a true home game but I consider them to be at least a field goal better than the Falcons right now, and this game isn’t on a neutral field. The Falcons have mailed it in and Buffalo is still playing for an outside shot at the postseason. Bills -3 (5 Dimes), I like the Bills up to -4

The Trend: Bills are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 games following a bye week.

St. Louis Rams @ San Francisco 49ers

Friday Line: 49ers -8, total of 42

Public Consensus: 59% on the Rams, 63% on the under

The Pick: The 49ers are such a difficult team to handicap. Going into Monday night’s game against Washington, Colin Kaepernick had thrown for 165 yards or fewer in three straight games. Kaepernick went off against the Redskins, but the Washington defense is a travesty, so I’m not sure I can take anything away from that game. What I do know is that these two teams play close games more often than not. Since 2010, the 49ers have won only four of their seven games against St. Louis, and it’s important to note that San Francisco has been a far superior squad over that timeframe. Last year, the Rams went into San Francisco and tied the 49ers, so they’ll definitely be confident in their ability to hang around in this one. St. Louis is playing its best football of the season right now, outscoring its by a whopping 51 points. Kellen Clemens has been extremely reliable since taking over for the injured Sam Bradford, and the Rams have also gotten a great contribution from their running game. With that being said, this is the 49ers’ defense, not the Colts or Bears. St. Louis won’t benefit from fluky touchdowns by Tavon Austin or incredible runs from Benny Cunningham; yards will be much harder to come by this week. Fortunately for the Rams, their defense has improved gradually as the year has gone on. St. Louis’ pass rush was non-existent to start the year but Robert Quinn and Chris Long have really come on in recent weeks. The Rams’ pass rush will keep Kaepernick from getting settled in the pocket and should be able to force some stops for the St. Louis defense. Kaepernick benefits from the return of Michael Crabtree this weekend but as we’ve seen time and time again with players in the past, it’ll be hard for Crabtree to make an immediate impact this week following so much time off.

In the end, there’s no doubt that the 49ers are the better team but I think this will be a pretty good game from start to finish. San Francisco is on short rest following its Monday Night Football victory and this is a huge look ahead spot as it faces off against the Seahawks next weekend. A slow start with allow the Rams to hang around before the 49ers finally wake up. 49ers 24, Rams 17

The Wager: The Rams are 5-0 ATS when getting 8+ points since Jeff Fisher took over as head coach, but I’m still wary of taking St. Louis here. I thought the 49ers would have been double-digit favorites in this spot and subsequently, I just don’t see any line value with the Rams. Pass

The Trend: Jeff Fisher is 11-1 ATS in his last 12 games against teams with a .600+ winning percentage.

New England Patriots @ Houston Texans

Friday Line: Patriots -7.5, total of 47

Public Consensus: 76% on the Patriots, 92% on the over

The Pick: This is a tough game to call. New England is in the biggest flat spot imaginable following its miraculous come-from-behind victory over the Broncos on Sunday night, but it appears as though the Texans have mailed it in. I can’t get behind a team that lost to Jacksonville at home last week — Jacksonville, for crying out loud! Not only did the Texans lose to the Jaguars, they somehow managed to not even score a touchdown against one of the worst defenses of the modern era. Most of the blame falls on the shoulders of rookie quarterback Case Keenum, who has been downright awful in the past couple of weeks. After three amazing performances against the Chiefs, Colts, and Cardinals, Keenum has laid an egg against the Raiders and Jaguars. I really don’t understand how that’s possible. The good news for Keenum is that he can rely on his running game this week because New England can’t stop any ground attack right now. The absences of Vince Wilfork and Jerod Mayo have killed the Patriots’ front seven, and consequently, they’re giving up a massive 139.7 yards per game on the ground this season. Dennis Johnson looked solid in relief of the hobbled Ben Tate last weekend and he should be in line for a big game this week. The Texans have a chance to have a good offensive game this weekend but I’m not sure it will be enough for them to hang around. New England’s offense has been completely different since Rob Gronkowski returned to the lineup. Houston’s defense has conceded 26.3 points per game this season, and New England shouldn’t face much resistance in approaching (or surpassing) that total. The Texans’ rush defense has been gashed for at least 100 yards in three straight games, and the Patriots are at their best when they get their running game going.

The last five Texans’ losses have been by a touchdown or less, which leads me to believe that they can hang around in this matchup, especially since New England will be flat following its big win. Unfortunately, the Texans are still coached by Gary Kubiak and that’s essentially a guarantee that they’ll find some way to lose yet again this week. Patriots 27, Texans 23

The Wager: I would normally be all over the Texans in this spot but after reviewing my picks this year, I’ve noticed that more than half of my losses have come from betting on bad teams. Houston may not have the worst personnel, but they definitely qualify as a bad team. This line is pretty absurd — it translates to New England -13 if the Patriots were at home, but I still can’t get behind Houston. Pass

The Trend: Patriots are 0-5 ATS in their last 5 games after scoring 30+ points in their previous game.

Cincinnati Bengals @ San Diego Chargers

Friday Line: Chargers -1, total of 48.5

Public Consensus: 60% on the Chargers, 93% on the over

The Pick: San Diego has played some really good football at times this season but I don’t like this matchup one bit. The Chargers are coming off a hard-fought, emotional win and now have to face a solid Bengals’ squad coming off of a bye week. Cincinnati watched Baltimore defeat Pittsburgh on Thursday night, and they know the importance of winning this game. The Bengals shouldn’t have any issues taking advantage of a porous Chargers’ defense that just surrendered 38 points to the Chiefs. San Diego ranks in the bottom five in the league in rush defense, pass defense, and total defense, so this game will serve as a great opportunity for Andy Dalton to get back on track. Dalton has tossed eight picks in his last three starts but he’s been forced to throw the ball into coverage as opposing teams have focused in on shutting down A.J. Green. With an extra week to prepare, the Bengals will undoubtedly have figured out some sort of way to get Green more involved in the offense. Cincinnati will also be able to run the ball at will, so Dalton will be in much more manageable situations than we’ve seen him in for the past few weeks. On the other side of things, Cincinnati’s defense has struggled with stud defensive tackle Geno Atkins and number one cornerback Leon Hall on the shelf. The bye week will have given the Bengals an extra week to regroup and an extra week for elite defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer to devise a game plan to slow down the Chargers’ offense. San Diego has a number of injuries along the offensive line and the Bengals have the players on the outside to exploit that weakness. The Chargers are a pass-heavy offense and that plays right into the hands of a Bengals defense that surrenders a league best 5.9 yards per pass attempt.

I love the situation and the matchup for Cincinnati in this one. San Diego “knocked off” Kansas City last week but the luster is starting to wear off for the Chiefs, making that victory far less impressive. The Bengals have just as much at stake as the Chargers do here and I like their chances on extra rest. Bengals 26, Chargers 20

The Wager: For all of the reasons mentioned above, I can’t resist the Bengals this week. Cincinnati has also been a pretty good road team this season, winning at Detroit and Buffalo, both of whom are very good home teams. I think the Bengals at an underdog price is a bargain here. Bengals +1

The Trend: Bengals are 13-6-1 ATS in their last 20 games overall.

New York Giants @ Washington Redskins

Friday Line: Giants -1, total of 46

Public Consensus: 87% on the Giants, 88% on the under

The Pick: I’m so sick of writing about both of these teams. New York and Washington are both equally inept so this is a really tough one to call. The Giants had a four-game winning streak snapped last week at the hands of the Cowboys which really shouldn’t have come as a shock to anyone. New York’s previous four wins came against Josh Freeman, Matt Barkley, Terrell Pryor, and Scott Tolzien — none of whom will be starting for their respective teams this week. It’s actually still pretty amazing that the Giants were able to win all of those games. Eli Manning still boasts a terrible 14:17 touchdown to interception ratio playing behind an offensive line that can’t block anything. Manning will face off against a Redskins’ defense that can’t stop anything this week, but I wouldn’t count on him being able to move the ball with any consistency. The Giants haven’t put up more than 30 points since Week 1 against the Cowboys, and Manning should be feeling pressure all night from a pretty strong Redskins pass rush. New York is also coming off of a heartbreaking loss that essentially ended its season, so there’s always the possibility that it could completely mail this one in. The Giants’ defense hasn’t been as awful as the offense but that’s only because of the quality of competition that they’ve faced. New York is still second last in the league in sacks and can’t defend the run, but it remains to be seen if Washington’s anemic offense can exploit these weaknesses. Robert Griffin III is nowhere near one-hundred percent and that’s led to a lack of consistency on the offensive side of the ball. RG3 will likely hand off early and often to Alfred Morris in this contest and should be working out of manageable situations if the Redskins can get their ground game going.

Whoever decided to not flex this game out of the Sunday Night Football slot really screwed the pooch. Both of these teams show some level of incompetence each week and I’m sure that this will be a sloppy football game decided by which teams proves to be less inept. I’m giving the Redskins the edge purely based on home-field advantage but your guess is as good as mine. Redskins 24, Giants 23

The Wager: This will be the Sunday night bailout special where everyone who’s lost money on Sunday afternoon looks to chase their losses. With nearly 90% of the action coming in on the Giants, I think the Redskins are the right side, but I’m not even going to consider putting any money down on this horrible football team. Pass

The Trend: Redskins are 12-5 ATS in their last 17 games against NFC East opponents.