NFL Week 13 Betting Odds & Future Prop Bets

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Another week of NFL action is set to begin next Sunday, but first, we have to conclude Week 12 with the Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers which was postponed on multiple occasions.

Ahead of the new week, the oddsmakers shared their thoughts on how the action could play out with some prop bets for the upcoming week.

From who will be the standout performers in their individual statistical categories to which conference is favored to take home the Lombardi Trophy at the end of the season, there is plenty of action for everyone.

What are the oddsmakers saying about this week and future prop bets?

A look at the betting odds and ends for this week’s NFL action can be seen below, via

Super Bowl


AFC                  -3½

NFC                  +3½

Team/League Props

Will the Steelers go 16-0?

Yes      +400     (4/1)

No        -700     (1/7)


Will the Jets go 0-16 record?

Yes      +110     (11/10)

No        -150     (2/3)

Will there be an 18th NFL Regular Season week this NFL Season?

Yes      +110     (11/10)

No        -150     (2/3)

Will all 4 NFC East Teams Lose in Week 13?

Yes      +140     (7/5)

No        -180     (5/9)

Note: Tough week for the NFC East. All road games. Dallas at Baltimore, NYG at Seattle, Philadelphia at Green Bay, and Washington at Pittsburgh. Wow


How Many NFC East Teams will lose by Double Digits Week 13?

Over     2½ Teams                     +175     (7/4)

Under   2½ Teams                     -250     (2/5)

Note: The Eagles are currently 8½ point underdogs at the Packers and the WFT are currently 9 point underdogs at the Steelers. Dallas is at Baltimore (the game is off the board due to Covid concerns with the Ravens but if the majority of the Ravens are back, they would be approximately a 9½ point favorite. The Giants are at Seattle and the game is off the board due to Daniel Jones’ unknown status. With Jones, the Giants would be approximately 9½ point dog, Without him, they would approximately be an 11 point dog.


Eagles Props

Who will Leave Eagles organization first?

Doug Pederson                         4/9

Howie Roseman                        7/4

Carson Wentz                           10/1

Will Doug Pederson be Head Coach of Eagles Week 1 2021?

Yes      +110     (11/10)

No        -150     (2/3)

Will Howie Roseman be GM of Eagles Week 1 2021?

Yes      -180     (5/9)

No        +140     (7/5)

NFL Playoff Odds

Will the Arizona Cardinals make the playoffs?

Yes      -140     (5/7)

No        EVEN   (1/1)

Will the Baltimore Ravens make the playoffs?

Yes      -250     (2/5)

No        +175     (7/4)

Will the Cleveland Browns make the playoffs?

Yes      -350     (2/7)

No        +225     (9/4)


Will the Indianapolis Colts make the playoffs?

Yes      -150     (2/3)

No        +110     (11/10)

Will the Las Vegas Raiders make the playoffs?

Yes      +125     (5/4)

No        -165     (20/33)

Will the Miami Dolphins make the playoffs?

Yes      EVEN   (1/1)

No        -140     (5/7)

Will the Minnesota Vikings make the playoffs?

Yes      +200     (2/1)

No        -300     (1/3)

Will the San Francisco 49ers make the playoffs?

Yes      +225     (9/4)

No        -350     (2/7)

Player/Coach Props

Next Head Coach Fired

Adam Gase                   6/5

Doug Marrone               9/4

Matt Nagy                     3/1

Anthony Lynn                4/1

Vic Fangio                    10/1

Zac Taylor                     10/1

Mike McCarthy              18/1

Doug Pederson             20/1

Will Sam Darnold be a starting QB in the NFL next year?

Yes      -300     (2/5)

No        +200     (7/4)

Will Nick Chubb & Kareem Hunt both surpass 1000 Rushing Yards?

Yes      +150     (3/2)

No        -200     (1/2)

Note: Chubb is on pace for 1,046 yards and Hunt is on pace for 1,027 yards.

Stats Leaders

Most TD Passes 20-21 Regular Season                                  

Aaron Rodgers                          5/4

Patrick Mahomes                       3/2

Russell Wilson                          5/2

Tom Brady                                12/1

Ben Roethlisberger                    20/1

Deshaun Watson                       25/1

Most Passing Yards 20-21 Regular Season                            

Patrick Mahomes                       4/5

Russell Wilson                          4/1

Matt Ryan                                 7/1

Deshaun Watson                       9/1

Aaron Rodgers                          12/1

Josh Allen                                 14/1

Tom Brady                                16/1

Philip Rivers                              40/1

Jared Goff                                50/1

Justin Herbert                            50/1

Kyler Murray                              50/1

Matthew Stafford                      50/1

Teddy Bridgewater                    50/1

Most Receiving Yards 20-21 Regular Season                         

DK Metcalf                                7/4

Tyreek Hill                                 5/2

DeAndre Hopkins                      5/1

Stefon Diggs                            10/1

Terry McLaurin                          10/1

Davante Adams                        12/1

Travis Kelce                              12/1

Justin Jefferson                        14/1

Robby Anderson                       33/1

DJ Moore                                  40/1

Keenan Allen                            40/1

Most Rushing Yards 20-21 Regular Season                            

Derrick Henry                            1/3

Dalvin Cook                              2/1

James Robinson                       25/1

Most Sacks 20-21 Regular Season                              

Aaron Donald                            5/2

T.J.Watt                                    13/4

Myles Garrett                            7/2

Trey Hendrickson                      9/2

Za’Darius Smith                         5/1

Bud Dupree                               9/1

Emmanuel Ogbah                     12/1

Jason Pierre-Paul                      12/1

Joey Bosa                                16/1

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