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ATS Power Rankings - Week 13
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As much as I’ve wanted to shake up the top-five in the standings, it’s pretty hard to. We’re barreling towards a Goff-Wentz showdown or something involving Case Keenum in the NFC Championship game.

Meanwhile, the Steelers could barely contain Brent Hundley which means that the Patriots are a no-brainer to win the AFC and defend their Super Bowl title. Can somebody show us something so we can spread our money around?

This season went from unpredictable and bonkers to boringly predictable in a hurry.

All records for SU and ATS are against the closing lines at BetOnline.ag.
All lines for Week 1`3 are the most recent and subject to change.

1. Philadelphia Eagles (10-1 SU and 9-2 ATS)
It’s not only amazing how many times Philadelphia scores every week, it’s truly a wonder that they have that many different touchdown celebrations prepared.

Next Game: Philadelphia -5 at Seattle

2. New England Patriots (9-2 SU and 7-4 ATS)
I sort of feel cheated that the Patriots actually get to play the Steelers in the regular season. There’s no other team in the entirety of the AFC that’s proven that they’re capable of maintaining a sustainable streak against good competition. The Chargers are the only other top-10 team out of the AFC and they don’t even have a winning record. This is shaping up to be the most lopsided AFC side of the playoffs of all time.

Next Game: New England -8 at Buffalo

3. Los Angeles Rams (8-3 SU and 7-4 ATS)
Carson Wentz is the runaway MVP of the league for very good reason, but I still think Gurley has a chance. He has 1,344 total yards through 11 games and is basically averaging 122 per game. If he carries that average through the balance of the season, he’ll amass 1,954 total yards and who knows how many touchdowns. And if he has a pair of monster efforts, he can absolutely worm his way in to the conversation.

Next Game: LAR -7 at Arizona

4. Minnesota Vikings (9-2 SU and 8-3 ATS)
Adam Thielen was fairly undrafted in 2013 because nobody thought he was any good. The top-six picks from that year at his position are Tavon Austin (8th), DeAndre Hopkins (27th), Cordarrelle Patterson (29th), Justin Hunter (34th), Robert Woods (41st) and Aaron Dobson (59th). Can we all just admit that nobody has any idea what they’re doing in the draft?

Next Game: Minnesota at Atlanta -3

5. Carolina Panthers (8-3 SU and 7-4 ATS)
Just a standard reminder that Carolina is 4-0 SU and ATS in the last month of football and is too busy being fun and awesome to care if you find them fundamentally sound. Watch. Cam. Run.

Next Game: Carolina at New Orleans -4

6. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-2 SU and 6-5 ATS)
Do whatever you want, Antonio Brown. Good lord that guy is good.

Next Game: Pittsburgh -5.5 at Cincinnati (Monday Night)

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7. New Orleans Saints (8-3 SU and 7-4 ATS)
Alvin Kamara doesn’t have to run at full speed to score 74-yard touchdowns. That’s ridiculous.

Next Game: Carolina at New Orleans -4

8. Los Angeles Chargers (5-6 SU and 6-4-1 ATS)
I am rooting for the Chargers the whole way. They’re so much goddamn fun. And they’ve also been terrific to bet on, compiling a 4-1-1 ATS record on the road while also going just 2-3 ATS at home. Ignore that last trend because three of those losses came in Weeks 2 thru 4. They have Cleveland, Washington and Oakland in the homestretch and the division is in plain sight.

Next Game: Cleveland at LAC -13.5

9. Detroit Lions (6-5 SU and 5-5-1 ATS)
I confessedly have no idea what to do with the Detroit Lions. Matthew Stafford never quits. Marvin Jones Jr. is balling out of control with 6 scores in as many games. This team’s offensive line is garbage and their running game is even worse. And the defence is a complete mess against top tier talent. That being said, they play Baltimore, Tampa, Chicago and Cincinnati before ending the season against Green Bay. They could end the season 10-6 SU or 7-9 SU and I wouldn’t be surprised either way. Yet…here they are ranked ninth overall. The 2017 NFL betting season, everybody!

Next Game: Detroit at Baltimore -3

10. Atlanta Falcons (7-4 SU and 5-6 ATS)
The Atlanta Falcons got their mojo back by beating up on…oh wait…the injury depleted Cowboys, the injury depleted Seahawks and the injury depleted Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Next Game: Minnesota at Atlanta -3

11. Washington Redskins (5-6 SU and 5-5-1 ATS)
Do you notice how Jamieson Crowder stares at the football after every completion as if he’s surprised that he caught it? It’s so weird.

Next Game: Washington at Dallas -1.5 (Thursday)

12. Seattle Seahawks (6-4 SU and 4-6-1 ATS)
This is a dangerously precocious spot to put the Seahawks, but if they’re worth anything down the stretch, they’ll show it against Philadelphia on Sunday Night. So excited. So. Damn. Excited.

Next Game: Philadelphia -5 at Seattle

13. Jacksonville Jaguars (7-4 SU and 6-5 ATS)
Probably the funniest thing about Blake Bortles’ performance throughout the year is the little known fact that he only signed a one-year deal with the club last summer. Yes, you are witnessing Contract Year Blake Bortles. I wish I could get paid to suck at my job. Maybe I am. I don’t know anything anymore.

Next Game: Indianapolis at Jacksonville -9.5

14. Buffalo Bills (6-5 SU and 6-4-1 ATS)
I probably overreacted last week when I dropped the Bills to 23rd overall, but that’s just how I felt about them at the time. It’s so hard to gauge a team where the locker room may have turned on their coach. Turns out they’re ok.

Next Game: New England -8 at Buffalo

15. Cincinnati Bengals (5-6 SU and 6-5 ATS)
I hate that Cincinnati plays on Monday Night in one of the better rivalry games out there. They’re 3-0 ATS in the last three weeks, which wouldn’t be a problem if they hadn’t gone 0-2 ATS in the first two weeks and then 3-0 ATS only to go 0-3 ATS right after. I’m really trying not to talk myself in to betting on them at home, where they’ve only covered against Buffalo and Cleveland. Gambling does stupid things to my brain. I shouldn’t even be overthinking this!

Next Game: Pittsburgh -5.5 at Cincinnati (Monday Night)

16. Baltimore Ravens (7-4 SU and 6-4-1 ATS)
I think we can all stop arguing about whether or not Flacco is elite or not. He’s not. Plain and simple.

Next Game: Detroit at Baltimore -3

17. Kansas City Chiefs (6-5 SU and ATS)
18. New York Jets (3-6 SU and 6-4-1 ATS)
Am I being too kind to the Chiefs considering that they’re 1-5 ATS in the last 6 games? Probably. But you shouldn’t be betting on the Chiefs right now, especially as they stroll in to the Meadowlands where the Jets are 5-1 ATS.

Next Game: KC -3.5 at NYJ

19. Tennessee Titans (7-4 SU and 4-6-1 ATS)
DeMarco Murray has gone on record saying that he doesn’t care one lick about stats, which is a good thing because his numbers just aren’t that good. Fantasy players have long had a headache with Murray and that’s all fine, except for the fact that he’s their most trusted back when it comes to third-downs, goal line carries and blocking. Fantasy turns monsters in to us all.

Next Game: Houston at Tennessee -7

20. Green Bay Packers (5-6 SU and ATS)
Two more games like that and Hundley could play himself in to some Matt Flynn money!

Next Game: Tampa at Green Bay PK

21. Oakland Raiders (5-6 SU and 4-6-1 ATS)
Maybe Michael Crabtree shouldn’t provoke Aqib Talib by wearing such nice jewelry every time they play.

Next Game: NYG at Oakland -7

22. Chicago Bears (3-8 SU and 5-5-1 ATS)
I’m not going to trounce the Bears for getting whooped by the best team in the league, but at some point Mitchell Trubisky should flash his brilliance a bit. Wentz sure did, especially when he came roaring out of the gate with a 104.1 QB rating in his first month under center. Trubisky hasn’t thrown for more than 300 yards in a game - and only thrown over 200 yards once – and has zero games with multiple touchdowns. I’m not saying he’s a bust, but there’s almost no reason to be really optimistic.

Next Game: San Francisco at Chicago -3.5

23. Indianapolis Colts (3-8 SU and 6-5 ATS)
I truly wonder if the Indy would ever be able to talk themselves in to embracing Jacoby Brisett as their quarterback of the future if Andrew Luck indeed never comes back. As a fill-in for Luck, he’s been valiant but there’s nothing about him that’s ever screamed “actual starter in the NFL”. Can you sell season tickets with Brisett and Marlon Mack as the face of the franchise? Doesn’t feel like you can.

Next Game: Indianapolis at Jacksonville -9.5

24. Houston Texans (4-7 SU and 6-5 ATS)
Congrats to Tom Savage for being so uninteresting that the press doesn’t even bother preparing any questions for him.

Next Game: Houston at Tennessee -7

25. San Francisco 49ers (1-10 SU and 5-6 ATS)
It’s great that San Francisco wants to coddle and support Beathard while he’s recovering from what looked like a serious injury, and the fans certainly shouldn’t have cheered for him getting hurt. But they should also put Jimmy G out there in significant action before they pay him $100M this summer. Garoppolo doesn’t have a contract heading in to 2018 in case you didn’t know.

Next Game: San Francisco at Chicago -3.5

26. Dallas Cowboys (5-6 SU and ATS)
Considering how terrible things have gone since he was suspended, Zeke Elliott deserves to be the frontrunner for the 2018 MVP. By the way, on what planet are the Cowboys favorites against Washington?

Next Game: Washington at Dallas -1.5 (Thursday)

27. Arizona Cardinals (5-6 SU and 3-7-1 ATS)
If Blaine Gabbert and Drew Stanton are the guys that Arizona has decided to develop behind Carson Palmer, I’m pretty sure they don’t have an actual plan for the future. That’s fine when you’re the retirement home of the NFL’s elite from 2011, but why wouldn’t they have a young gun waiting in the wings that’s – ya know – maybe good at football? The last two quarterbacks they drafted were Logan Thomas in 2014 and Ryan Lindley in 2012. Considering that their most successful quarterbacks have been Palmer and Kurt Warner, fans should probably brace themselves for the inevitable. And yes I’m referring to Josh McCown.

Next Game: LAR -7 at Arizona

28. New York Giants (2-9 SU and 4-7 ATS)
The New York Giants are trotting out Geno Smith this weekend because that’ll fix everything. In all honesty, it might be the best decision they’ve made all season. Because maybe after Smith is done putting up one of his marquee performances, fans won’t be so mad at Eli?

Next Game: NYG at Oakland -7

29. Denver Broncos (3-8 SU and 2-8-1 ATS)
I can’t be the only person that didn’t know that Paxton Lynch was 6-foot-7. Turns out that Elway has a type!

Next Game: Denver -1 at Miami

30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-7 SU and 3-7-1 ATS)
At this point it’s completely fair to draw direct comparisons between Jameis Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick, who have almost identical quarterback ratings.

Fitzmagic – 6 games / 58.9% on 163 throws / 1,103 yards / 7 TD’s / 3 turnovers
Jameis – 8 games / 61.4% on 259 throws / 1,920 yards / 10 TD’s / 13 turnovers

If we can all agree that Fitzpatrick isn’t that great, then I think we can also agree that Winston just isn’t that good. He has shoulder problems, which could go away, but also has really serious legal troubles that keep haunting his entire career. And honestly, when you Google a guy, the last thing you want popping up are the words “groping” and “finger licking” in completely different contexts.

Next Game: Tampa at Green Bay PK

31. Miami Dolphins (4-7 SU and 3-6-2 ATS)
As much as we’ve chided the guy over the years, this might actually be the last month of Jay Cutler’s football playing career. Let’s enjoy it while we can before he goes in to the booth next year and reveals that he actually has a likable personality.

Next Game: Denver -1 at Miami

32. Cleveland Browns (0-11 SU and 3-8 ATS)
You know your bad when the big news out of college football is “Which teams are making the playoffs” followed by “Player X denies saying that he’ll stay in school to play for the Browns”.

Next Game: Cleveland at LAC -13.5

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