The season is heading towards the home stretch, and the NFL Week 13 schedule includes several division games that could have major implications. Each of these could have a positive impact on your portfolio if you dig into the NFL Week 13 prop betting. Game of the week is set to be the AFC East clash between the Patriots (8-4) and Bills (7-5) on Monday Night Football. But there are 12 games on the NFL Week 13 schedule on Sunday, half of which between division rivals. The Steelers (5-5-1) will be desperate for a win when they host AFC leader North Baltimore (8-3), while the 49ers (6-5) will seek their fourth straight win when they visit to Seattle (3-8).
The Bengals and Chargers face off on Sunday in a battle between sophomore quarterbacks Joe Burrow of Cincinnati and Justin Herbert of LA. Caesars Sportsbook lists Herbert’s passing yard over-under at 289.5 (-115) and Burrow’s total at 354.5 (-115) in his last Week 13 accessory odds of the NFL. There are similar accessories for most of the top players, and there is value to be found among the many options. Before you lock in any week 13 2021 NFL prop bets, you need to check out the top NFL picks and predictions from NFL prop expert Alex Selesnick.
Over the past two seasons, Selesnick (aka PropStarz) has grown 124 units on NFL props and futures games. For a $ 100 bettor, that’s a return of over $ 12,000. PropStarz specializes in NFL and NBA prop betting, where it implements a combination of research, statistical analysis and mathematical modeling.
In 12 weeks, PropStarz is an incredible 35-25 among their picks for SportsLine. He made all five picks in Week 12, and most of the picks weren’t really in doubt.
Jaguars tight end Dan Arnold did well under 4.5 receptions (-115), with just one catch for nine yards, although he was injured in that game. Ryan Tannehill only threw 93, well below the Caesars’ 225.5 (-115) defined as over-under for passing yards by the Titans quarterback.
And PropStarz was right when he called on Bucs tight end Rob Gronkowski to pass 3.5 receptions (-115). âGronk should have no problem wiping that total,â he told SportsLine, citing the Colts’ poor performance against tight ends and the likelihood of it being a high scoring game.
All Gronkowski did was catch seven balls for a season-high 123 yards in Tampa Bay’s 38-31 comeback win over Indianapolis. Anyone who has followed PropStarz this season has taken a big hit.
Now, after sifting through the hundreds of NFL prop bets available for Week 13, PropStarz has found five more picks he loves. He only shares his NFL Week 13 prop picks on SportsLine.
Top picks of NFL props for week 13 of 2021
An incidental bet that PropStarz loves for NFL Week 13 is Seattle wide receiver Tyler Lockett who goes under 5.5 receptions (-150). The big play gap has struggled with Russell Wilson since the Seahawks quarterback returned from finger surgery. Wilson just doesn’t look the same anymore and his accuracy has been appalling. Lockett has only been targeted 18 times in the three games since Wilson’s return, and his role as a deep threat limits his chances.
Lockett had 100 receptions last season, but received just 50 in the first 11 games. He caught more than five passes on two occasions. The Seahawks are struggling to keep records with no running play, which contributes to Lockett’s lack of production. “It’s no surprise that the Seahawks are ranked dead last in possession, while their opponent this week is ninth,” PropStarz told SportsLine. He has Lockett pegged at four catches and would play him at 4.5 as well.
How to make NFL prop betting picks Week 13 2021
PropStarz has locked down four more NFL Week 13 prop picks, including one tight end to disappear and another that’s a close lock you’ll want to jump on. You can get all of his Week 13 2021 NFL prop betting picks on SportsLine.
What are the five best NFL prop bets for week 13 2021 that you can make? And what tight accessories must be on your betting card this weekend? Visit SportsLine now to see and find out the top NFL Week 13 prop bets, all from the expert up to 124 units over the past two years.