NFL Week 13 best bets, picks and predictions on Prophet Exchange: Titans are live in Philadelphia

Caption: Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17) hands the ball to running back Derrick Henry (22) in the first quarter at Nissan Stadium Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022, in Nashville, Tenn.
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We have arrived at Week 13 of the NFL season, and with less than half of the regular season remaining it would be a good time to take your football betting to Prophet Exchange.

If you are not familiar with sports betting exchanges, you might want to take a look at this guide to betting with Prophet Exchange in addition to exchange betting terminology before diving in and making your wagers. As the name suggests, a sports betting exchange is a platform for exchanging bets from one bettor to another without the need for a bookmaker to set the odds for each outcome. Users can either set their own odds and hope another user will be willing to take the bet, or they can peruse the market to see what odds other users are willing to make and jump on one of those offers.

For example, this Sunday the Giants are +115 underdogs against the Commanders (-135) at most sportsbooks. At those sportsbooks you can only bet on those 2 teams at those 2 prices. With a sports betting exchange, however, that’s not the case. You could try to get the Giants +150 and if someone is willing to take your offer and grab the Commanders at -175 then a match is made.

One especially important aspect of Prophet Exchange that must be noted is against the spread odds are all available at +100 odds as opposed to the -110 juice you generally encounter at most sportsbooks. That is because in an exchange you are betting against other bettors instead of against the sportsbook; and afterwards, Prophet Exchange takes a commission from the winnings. Needless to say, making a wager at +100 instead of -110 is a huge advantage – especially adding it up over time.

With that, let’s take a look at some best bets for NFL Week 13 that can be made at Prophet Exchange.

Tennessee Titans +5.5 (-110) vs Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles soared through the first half of the season, but they’ve shown vulnerability recently. In the last 3 weeks, they’ve lost to Taylor Heinicke and the Commanders, won by 1 point against the Colts under Jeff Saturday, and held on for a win against Jordan Love and the Packers after Aaron Rodgers exited. The Philadelphia offense took advantage of Green Bay’s atrocious run defense as Miles Sanders and Jalen Hurts combined for 300 yards on the ground, but they shouldn’t expect to see the same success against Tennessee. The Titans allow the 3rd fewest rushing yards per game and the fewest rushing yards when they’re on the road, so they will force Jalen Hurts to stay in the pocket and force accurate throws. With the most dominant running back in the league and above-average defense, the Titans can keep this game close.

Check out our full Tennessee Titans vs Philadelphia Eagles predictions

Kansas City Chiefs -1.5 (-110) over Cincinnati Bengals

Last season’s victory for the Bengals over Kansas City was a hard-fought 27-24 battle and it’s fair to expect this game to be just as close. The Chiefs’ defense ranks 18th in DVOA both against the run and the pass, so expecting Kansas City to keep the Bengals at bay is going to be tough. Joe Mixon is expected to clear concussion protocol which gives Burrow the supportive ground game he needs. Plus, with the Chiefs allowing over 230 passing yards per game and 22 passing touchdowns, you have to expect a heavy workload for Ja’Marr Chase, Tee Higgins and company.

However, the Chiefs aren’t the only team with defensive struggles, and Kansas City will have serious advantages of its own. Cincinnati has dealt with several injuries to its secondary, which is a huge issue against Patrick Mahomes. The Bengals have actually allowed an average of 231.3 passing yards per game over their last 3 contests, a number that is close to 30 yards per game higher than their season-long average. With Isiah Pacheco now spearheading the Chiefs backfield and having Juju Smith-Schuster, Travis Kelce, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and a developing Skyy Moore available, Kansas City should be able to not just keep pace with the Bengals, but best them and avenge last season’s loss. The Bengals are 8-3 against the number this year, but in a game with a spread this low, it’s hard not to take Kansas City.

Check out the rest of our NFL Week 13 predictions

New York Jets +3 (-110) vs Minnesota Vikings

Say what you want about Mike White under center, but this Jets team rallied around him last Sunday, and it’s clear that he gives them the best chance to win right now. As long as White keeps getting the ball into the hands of Garrett Wilson and Elijah Moore. The Vikings defense is the vastly inferior unit in this game, especially the secondary, which has been hampered by injuries to key players like their first-round pick S Lewis Cine, second-round pick CB Andrew Booth and veteran CB Cam Dantzler. In their last 3 games, Minnesota has allowed a combined 96 points to the Bills, Cowboys and Pats, and overall are 27th in DVOA against the pass this season. White and a talented group of Jets WRs should have success in this game, while Justin Jefferson will have a challenge on his hands going 1-on-1 with Sauce all game.

Check out our New York Jets vs Minnesota Vikings predictions

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