NFL 2023 Week 13 Underdog Picks And Preview
FairwayJay’s 6 year record posting NFL Underdog Picks is 56%, and previous 8-straight winning seasons greater than 57% on nearly 650 plays
I’ve posted my updated NFL 2023 Week 13 underdog picks at Off Shore Gaming Association, where I provide picks by Friday each week along with other underdogs in considertion mid-week. Full analysis of the games of interest also provided, and I chipped-in more NFL Week 13 coverage in Forbes by Sunday
Working on more NFL Week 13 coverage and analysis for Sunday’s games, so check back Sunday morning for any additional picks and information you can bet on.
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Week 13 Odds, Lines & Matchups
We enter NFL 2023 Week 13 at 17-24 ATS with 10 outright winners in 2023 after our worst results in Week 12 going 1-6 ATS on underdog picks which followed a 3-0 result in Week 11. We add more picks on Sunday and they went 0-4. Some bad beats of course including on the Chargers (+3.5) with the Ravens last second 37-yard TD run trying to run out the clock in a 20-10 win. But we move on with our proven results over nearly 7 years posting here and at OSGA with the record now 179-141 ATS (56%). Many top of the leaderboard finishes in over a decade of past history posting NFL picks with 8 straight winning seasons.
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Fairway’s Forecast – NFL 2023 Week 13 Underdog Picks
Green Bay (+6.5) vs. Kansas City – Packers Moneyline +220
The Packers line of +6.5 was sent out early and has now settled at +6 at home vs. the Kansas City Chiefs. It’s still a bet, along with ‘over’ the total of 42 as you watch the NFL weather with light winds and mid-30’s temps at Lambeau Field.
Read the full game analysis of the picks at OSGA, and check back Sunday morning any additions for underdog picks and other potential props and information you can bet on.
Kansas City at Green Bay – The Packers (5-6) are playing their best football and were sharp in a Thanksgiving Day win on the road over the Detroit Lions. Quarterback Jordan Love looks far more comfortable and confident passing the football and running the offense. The Packers are averaging nearly 400 yards per game over their last three contests (KC 321 last 3). The Chiefs (8-3) come of a misleading score and win over rival Raiders in Las Vegas, and that game followed the 21-17 home loss to the Eagles which saw the Chiefs average just 4.5 yards per play. The Chiefs defense blitzes at the sixth-highest rate in the NFL, and have the second-highest QB pressure rate. Packers QB Jordan Love has been better and making the proper protection changes at the line of scrimmage with better decision-making, specifically knowing where his outlet is when either the pressure is closing in, or the deep option isn’t available. Recall the Chiefs (should have) also lost at Minnesota in a 27-20 win, lost at Denver 24-9 with turnover troubles and barely beat the Jets on the road 23-20. Bonus points on Green Bay with extra rest and prep for the surging Packers as big home ‘Dog. A slight chance of rain and temps in the 30’s Sunday night, and we project an ‘over’ the total contest and potential Packers win.