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NFL Picks Week 13: Ravens To Cover Against Better Judgement

Here's our NFL Week 13 picks for the final games on the schedule. We already posted our picks for the first set of games and then picks for the next set. We finish out the week with the Cardinals and Cowboys and the rest of the late games. As a reminder, we are 88-81 ATS this season. You can still pick against us in our weekly contest which you can join here (ID: 55411, PW: arizona).  And yes, we picked the Seahawks to beat the Eagles and yes, the Seahawks beat the Eagles.  

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns (+7): The Ravens should win this game but consider they only beat Arizona by 3 at home, the Bengals by 7 at home and lost to the Seahawks on the road. There's no reason to have confidence in Baltimore covering this spread on the road. Then again, the Browns offense is horrible. Pick: Ravens

Dallas Cowboys at Arizona Cardinals (+4.5): The Cardinals play well at home and the defense is much improved. They beat Dallas as an underdog last year, are the healthier team and will (should) have Kevin Kolb back. The Cowboys, however, are playing for their division and will be able to get pressure on Kolb and do a much better job against Beanie Wells than the horrible Rams run defense. Pick: Cowboys

Green Bay Packers at New York Giants (+7): The Packers are looking mighty unstoppable and the Giants have lost their last three and got blown out last week by the Saints. Pick: Packers

St. Louis Rams at San Francisco 49ers (-14): The Rams are a disappointing and bad football team. The Niners are a surprising and good football team. Steven Jackson will have a hard time running the ball and Sam Bradford is in for a long day. Pick: 49ers

Buffalo Bills at New Orleans Saints (-9): This Sunday Night Football gem will get far more attention than it deserves. The Bills are done and the Saints are looking to finish the season strong. Pick: Saints

San Diego Chargers at Jacksonville Jaguars (+3): The Chargers have to be one of the most disappointing teams of the season and have lost five-straight. The Jaguars have themselves a new coach which means they could get a bounce and their defense is still good. Their offense, however, is horrible. Pick: Chargers