NFL Week 13 Picks – Super Six

New Parlay Odds at BetOnline Ladies and Gentlemen my name is JT Sneaks and I will be taking over the Super Six article of the week. Matt Regaw has moved on to the new cappers section here at I intend to continue the winning tradition that he started and look forward to picking free winners every week.

Last week Matt Regaw ended his time at the Super Six by going 6-0! His overall record during the Super Six was an amazing 39-31-3. Now it’s my turn to take a crack at the six best games in the NFL for week 13.

Here are the Super Six picks for week 13:

New York Jets vs. Washington Redskins

The Jets are a fraud and the only reason they are still favorites is because people are still buying into the hype. Mark Sanchez is playing his way out of the Big Apple and the once proud secondary of the Jets defense has been exposed. The Skins are off a huge upset win on the road and come into this game ready to play. The Jets are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games as a favorite of 0.5-3.0 and fail again.

Washington +3

Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants

The Green Bay Packers are undefeated and the best team in football. The Giants are hurt and jut got blown out, so easy pick on the Pack, right? Nope I am backing the G-Men at home playing with a chip on their shoulder. The wiseguys are jumping all over this play while the public is on the Pack. Taking the home team getting under 20% of public wagering is a something to watch, and that is where the Giants are this week.

New York Giants +6.5

Atlanta Falcons vs. Houston Texans

The Houston Texans are starting rookie TJ Yates under center and because of this they are three point dogs. Big mistake. Houston can run the ball; they are at home, and play good defense. The Falcons running back Michael Turner his hurt and with him out of the offense the Falcons struggle. Yates was a four year starter at North Carolina and has the poise to keep the ball secure, and Houston will prove they are not led by one player, as the win as underdogs.

Houston Texans +3

Detroit Lions vs. New Orleans Saints

If you learn anything from reading my picks, learn this. When making a pick, don’t focus on last week, focus on the entire year. The Saints killed the Giants on national television, and the Lions self-destructed against the Packers. The result is a nine point spread for the Saints, and that is way too big. The Saints were off a bye and had extra time to prepare, the Lions have the offense to stick with the Saints.

Detroit Lions +9

Denver Broncos vs. Minnesota Vikings

Everywhere you go all you hear about is Tim Tebow, but he is overrated. I know, he just wins, but not in Minnesota. The Vikings have a good front line, and a dangerous pass rush that will give Tebow and that triple-option attack, big problems. The Broncos are 7-22-1 ATS against a team with a losing record and they get beat in this game.

Minnesota Vikings -1

Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens are famous for tanking against some lowly teams in the NFL. The Browns are a dangerous home divisional dog and with under 20% of the public backing the Browns at home, they are worth a shot plus the points. Wait until kickoff because this number will jump over seven points.

Cleveland Browns +7

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