This article is part of our FanDuel Sportsbook series.
We can thank RotoWire's staff picks for one of the better hits in the Week 12 Tickets, with the Jets and Washington both covering as home underdogs for the +265 parlay hit. Additionally, Derrick Henry scored in the Titans win at +155, which helped offset the disasters of Matt Ryan not being the top-scoring fantasy quarterback (+500), the Panthers hanging with the Saints to kill the -7.5 and over 38.5 (+115), not to mention the incredibly deep four and five-game parlays that paid +1230 and +2440, respectively (those were obviously highly unlikely to hit anyway, as explained).
We're back for Week 13 with a few double-digit favorites and potential weather that can ruin everything.
Chiefs -3.5 vs. Oakland (-270), Eagles -3.5 at Miami (-270), Panthers -3.5 vs. Washington (-250) parlay (+163)
The Chiefs, Eagles and Panthers are all favored by at least 9.5, and parlaying them with their 10.5, 10.5 and 9.5 spreads, respectively, gives you a solid +581 payout. If you think parlaying the three on their moneylines, you're looking at -134. It's not free money, but some people will look at it that way. However, having them each cover by more than a field goal doesn't seem to be asking for too much, and the increased payout should suffice.
Chiefs -7.5 versus Raiders and over 43.5 points (+120)
There are some worries about high winds in Kansas City, and the spread has dropped from a high of 53.5 earlier in the week to 50.5 on Sunday morning. That's still plenty high, which isn't surprising given how electric the Chiefs, who are 10.5-point favorites, can be on offense. The under 50.5 is sitting at -115 versus -105 for the over, but we can pull that down a bit while parlaying it with the Chiefs only having to cover by more than a touchdown for a solid, though not outstanding, payout. These two teams played to a relatively pedestrian 28-10 game back in Week 2 in California, though the availability of Tyreek Hill this week should certainly help.
Buccaneers and Jaguars to both score 25 (+400)
The 46.5-point total, which is down from a high of 48.5 earlier this week, makes the Both Teams to Score 20 Points +112 the safer side for those who think this game goes over (like me), but with the way these two offenses can put up points in exactly the ways the opposing defenses struggle, let's kick this up a notch with the expectation they go significantly over. (For reference, the under 46.5 is currently -105 while the over is -115, but it's not enough to move the total back up.)
Davante Adams 8+ receptions and Packers win (+230)
The Giants' secondary has been atrocious this season, and Adams comes in as the only trusted pass catcher for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Adams has reached eight catches just once this season, finishing with seven four times, including each of the past three games, but his continued double-digit targets give us confidence that eight catches is certainly attainable, and the Packers just need to win (they're -290 on the moneyline and 6.5-point favorites) for this one to connect.