NFL Week 13 Odds: Betting Matchups Preview

The Carolina Panthers put their undefeated record on the line again in Week 13 of the NFL season when they travel to New Orleans to face the struggling Saints.

Last week the Panthers hit 11-0 with a 33-14 win over Dallas as a 1-point favorite. Cam Newton had a touchdown run, but it was the Panthers defense that sealed the win with three interceptions, including two returned for six.

New Orleans lost to Houston 24-6 as a 3.5-point favorite last week. That was the Saints’ third straight loss SU and ATS. They’re a 7-point home underdog versus Carolina at online sportsbook Bodog.

In Week 3 the Panthers edged a Saints squad missing Drew Brees 27-22 as a 10-point favorite. In their last 14 road games against the Saints Carolina is 12-2 ATS. Overall the Panthers are 7-1 SU and 7-0-1 ATS in their last eight on the road.

After creeping over .500 last week the Seattle Seahawks try to keep rolling this week against the Minnesota Vikings.

Seattle defeated Pittsburgh 39-30 as a 3-point favorite last week. Russell Wilson had five touchdown passes and three of them went to veteran receiver Doug Baldwin.

Minnesota improved to 8-3 SU and 9-2 ATS on the season last week with a 20-10 win over Atlanta as a 2-point underdog. Adrian Peterson paced the Minnesota offense with 158 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

The oddsmakers at Bodog have listed this matchup as a pick’em. At home this season the Vikings have been a strong play at 4-1 SU and ATS.  On the road the Seahawks are 2-3 SU and 1-3-1 ATS this season. In their last five games against Minnesota the Seahawks are 4-1 SU and ATS.

The Kansas City Chiefs look to make it six wins in a row this weekend when they take on the Oakland Raiders as 3-point road favorites at Bodog.

The Chiefs defeated Buffalo 30-22 as a 4-point favorite last week. Third-string running back Spencer Ware continued to surprise with 114 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

Oakland snapped a three-game losing streak last week with a 24-21 win over Tennessee as 1-point chalk. Derek Carr had three touchdown passes to reignite the Raiders’ offense.

The Chiefs have won two in a row SU and ATS on the road, but they’re still a poor 3-6 SU and ATS in their last nine. At home this season Oakland is 2-3 SU and ATS.