NFL Confidence Pool Picks Week 13
The season is actually nearing a close. The playoffs are upon us, and these games now mean more and more. Teams on the border of the playoffs are now in must win situations, while teams holding onto leads will need to continue to win to hold home field advantage. Every week is huge now.
Every week, I give you my favorite to least favorite games according to my confidence in the pick. Remember, all picks will be picked without using the spread. I look forward to giving you the best chance to win your NFL Confidence pool each week and throughout the entirety of the 2020-21 season.
Week 13 Confidence List (Most Confidence to Least Confidence)
Broncos vs Chiefs: The Broncos will have a quarterback. They’ll need one against this Chiefs offense that could score every possession against the Broncos defense. Don’t even think about the Broncos. Take the Chiefs.
Bengals vs Dolphins: The Bengals won’t be able to find much offense against the Dolphins. and with a back up quarterback it’s going to be really hard. Even if it’s Ryan Fitzpatrick starting for the Dolphins, they should win by double figures. Take the Dolphins.
Jaguars vs Vikings: The Vikings had two mistakes last week that cost 14 points. That’s why the game was close against the Panthers. The chances that make those mistakes again are slim to none. A big win is in store for the Vikings. Take the Vikings.
Raiders vs Jets: I’m a huge believer in the Raiders offense and even more so against the Jets who have the NFL’s worst secondary, I expect Derek Carr to have a day. The Jets are chasing 0-for-16 and need another loss to get there. Take the Raiders.
Colts vs Texans: The Texans lost another playmaker for the year with Will Fuller using performance enhancing drugs. Deshaun Watson has no one to throw the ball to but Cooks at this point. I feel bad for him. But not too bad when I cash on the Colts. Take the Colts.
Rams vs Cardinals: I continue to say this. The Rams are the most balanced team in the league. They’ve got a great offensive mind and many great pieces and then that defense is just brutal against many offenses. The Cardinals will find some success but not enough. Take the Rams.
Giants vs Seahawks: The Giants reached first place in the NFC East, and now Daniel Jones is hurt with a hamstring injury. If Jones is out, you can count the Giants out. The Seahawks offense is way too much to handle. Take the Seahawks.
Washington vs Steelers: The Steelers will get a short rest against the Football Team. It’s not so bad because they’re playing Football Team. An offense that will struggle plenty. At this moment, they’re undefeated. Take the Steelers.
Eagles vs Packers: The Packers and Chiefs are the two best offenses in the league. And even though the Eagles have a solid pass rush, that shouldn’t do much damage to the Packers. They’ve got all their puzzle pieces back and are ready to make a run in the NFC. Take the Packers.
Saints vs Falcons: The Falcons are a second half team. This is a trend that continues to stand true. The defense was coming around, and the offense had no trouble against the Raiders brutal defense. The offense will struggle a little bit, but the defense should keep them in the game. Take the Falcons.
Browns vs Titans: The Titans and Browns are both playoff teams, but the Titans have more potential to make big plays in the air. The Titans defense also has more turnover potential as well. I’ve loved watching the Browns run, and they’ll do well. This will be a tight game, but the Titans will go ahead late. Take the Titans.
Patriots vs Chargers: The Chargers play-calling has not been good. The Patriots play-calling probably could be better. The Chargers continue to lose tight games. Meanwhile, the Patriots pulled out a tight game last week and should carry that momentum forward. Take the Patriots.
Bills vs 49ers: The 49ers are getting healthy and playing better. Without a quarterback, things will be difficult but if they can get the run game going, the Bills won’t be able to climb out of that hole. The Bills offense might struggle in this one. Take the 49ers.
Cowboys vs Ravens: The Ravens should have their starters back in the lineup, and that’s more than enough to defeat the Cowboys, who have a terrible defense and a questionable offense. Take the Ravens.
Lions vs Bears: It’s hard to be confident in either of these teams. However, with the Lions returning some big and key starters, I’d be way more confident in the Lions, with a new head coach. Sometimes a new head coach is all a team needs to get going again. Take the Lions.
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