NFL tips: Our 11/1 four-fold for Week 13
Jack Green is predicting wins for four AFC teams in his NFL tips for Sunday night's games.
If you had put £10 on all of Jack Green's boosted NFL tips this season, you would be £225 in profit by now. Here are his picks for Week 13.
This four-fold will be boosted to 11/1 on Sunday.
Baltimore Ravens to beat Atlanta Falcons
The Ravens have looked great since Lamar Jackson started at quarterback a fortnight ago, with the rookie leading them to back-to-back wins over the Bengals and Raiders.
Baltimore controlled both of those games with a run-heavy offense, and in Atlanta they now face one of the league’s worst run defences.
The Falcons have fallen out of playoff contention with three successive defeats, and they have lost all three of their games against AFC North opposition this season.
Houston Texans to beat Cleveland Browns
The Texans extended their winning streak to eight with a 34-17 home win over the Titans last week, and they’ve held their last seven opponents to an average of 16.2 points.
Houston have won four of five at home this season, and now face a Cleveland team that have lost four of five on the road.
The Browns have looked better since they fired head coach Hue Jackson after Week 8, but it’s hard to see them outscoring Houston, who have emerged as possible AFC title contenders.
Indianapolis Colts to beat Jacksonville Jaguars
The Colts are also on a hot streak having won five successive games, the most recent of which was a 27-24 home victory over the Dolphins last week.
Quarterback Andrew Luck has been on fire all season and is on track to win Comeback Player of the Year, and he should lead them to a win over a Jaguars team on a seven-game losing run.
Jacksonville were beaten by the lowly Buffalo Bills last week, and their offense is terrible, especially with starting running back Leonard Fournette suspended for Sunday’s game.
Buffalo Bills to beat Miami Dolphins
The Bills’ victory over Jacksonville last week was their second in a row, and they’ve won three of the six games that rookie Josh Allen has started at quarterback.
That’s pretty good considering their record without Allen is 1-4, and they’ve got a good match-up this week against the Dolphins, who have lost two straight games and four of their last five.
Miami have struggled to stop the run all season, which bodes well for the Bills and Allen, who rushed for 99 yards against the Jaguars last week.
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