Column as I see ’em – Week 13

Week 13 predictions



New Orleans at Atlanta

Look for Atlanta to completely shut down the Saints this time around and shut down any chance of New Orleans making the playoffs. Falcons by 10.



Jacksonville at Buffalo

Neither team has a high percentage to make the playoffs, but Buffalo still has the advantage here. Bills by 7.

Seattle at Chicago

Chicago suffered a tough loss to San Francisco, but still hold a one game lead in the NFC north. Look for them to extend the lead against Seattle. Bears by 10.

San Francisco at St. Louis

Colin Kaepernick emerged as a star for the niners, but now they have a choice to make at the quarterback position. 49ers by 21.

New England at Miami

After a dominant performance against the laughable Jets (mainly Mark Sanchez), New England can coast for the rest of the season to their first place playoff position. Pats by 21.

Arizona at NY Jets

See above. Cardinals by 10.

Indianapolis at Detroit

An intense game between two teams with viable post-season chances. Colts do have the edge, but the Lions have been losing on a few bad calls. Look for the Lions to surge towards the playoffs. Detroit by 10.

Minnesota at Green Bay

Green Bay took a beating against the Giants, exposing their terrible defense to the league. Look for Green Bay to only slightly improve in their attempts to shut down Adrian Peterson. Packers by 7.

Houston at Tennessee

Houston has a cakewalk this week after pulling out a lucky win against the Lions on Thanksgiving. Texans by 21.

Carolina at Kansas City

Neither team has a chance to make the playoffs, but Cam Newton will have a good game against the terrible Chiefs defense. Panthers by 7.

Tampa Bay at Denver

Peyton Manning, at age 36, is playing some damn good football. This could be the year he takes the Broncos to the Super Bowl. Denver by 20.

Cleveland at Oakland

After forcing eight turnovers against the Steelers, Cleveland shouldn’t have a problem beating the Raiders. Browns by 10.

Cincinnati at San Diego

Cincinnati now has the same record as Pittsburgh, which has to be a surprise to most. San Diego is no longer relevant in the playoff picture, and will not deter Cincinnati from winning. Bengals by 7.

Pittsburgh at Baltimore

Both teams had a rough last game, the difference being that the Ravens won. After Pittsburgh gave up eight turnovers to the Browns, the Ravens will have no problem doing the same. Ravens by 14. 

Philadelphia at Dallas

Neither team has been very impressive this whole season, look for this game to be no different. Eagles by 3.



NY Giants at Washington

Giants are surging in November, something new to that team. RG3 can beat the Cowboys, but not the Super Bowl caliber Giants. Eli and the G-men by 20.