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NFL Week 13 predictions: Picks from the Tampa Bay Times staff

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Alan Cross (45) celebrates with teammates after downing the Seattle Seahawks at their own 4-yard line during the second half of a football game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Alan Cross (45) celebrates with teammates after downing the Seattle Seahawks at their own 4-yard line during the second half of a football game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016.

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Tampa Bay at San Diego (-4.5) Tampa Bay 34-27 San Diego 28-24 San Diego 31-20 San Diego 28-17 San Diego 24-21 Tampa Bay 24-17
Dallas (-3.5) at Minnesota Dallas 31-17 Dallas 24-19 Minnesota 23-20 Dallas 24-20 Dallas 20-14 Dallas 28-30
Kansas City at Atlanta (-4.5) Kansas City 27-20 Kansas City 31-28 Kansas City 28-27 Atlanta 24-21 Atlanta 33-23 Atlanta 24-17
Detroit at New Orleans (-6.5) New Orleans 35-31 Detroit 33-27 New Orleans 30-27 Detroit 42-41 New Orleans 30-21 New Orleans 31-28
Los Angeles at New England (-13.5) New England 38-21 New England 41-20 New England 27-10 New England 24-13 New England 33-16 New England 34-20
Denver (-5.5) at Jacksonville Denver 24-21 Denver 19-17 Denver 20-19 Denver 24-14 Denver 19-14 Denver 27-14
Houston at Green Bay (-6.5) Green Bay 31-21 Green Bay 24-20 Green Bay 30-20 Green Bay 24-21 GREEN BAY 27-13 Green Bay 20-10
Philadelphia (-1.5) at Cincinnati Philadelphia 24-13 Philadelphia 20-17 Cincinnati 19-17 PHILADELPHIA 22-17 Cincinnati 27-20 Philadelphia 24-20
Miami at Baltimore (-3.5) Baltimore 28-20 Baltimore 23-20 Baltimore 23-13 Baltimore 18-14 Baltimore 17-14 Miami 24-20
San Francisco at Chicago (-2.5) Chicago 17-10 Chicago 27-24 San Francisco 30-24 San Francisco 5-2 Chicago 21-15 Chicago 21-17
Buffalo at Oakland (-3.5) Oakland 34-30 Buffalo 30-27 Oakland 34-24 Oakland 22-17 Oakland 28-14 Oakland 28-21
N.Y. Giants at Pittsburgh (-6.5) Pittsburgh 31-24 Pittsburgh 24-17 N.Y. Giants 34-24 Pittsburgh 30-27 Pittsburgh 37-34 Pittsburgh 31-24
Washington at Arizona (-2.5) Arizona 35-31 Arizona 41-35 Arizona 27-24 Washington 17-14 Washington 23-20 Arizona 24-18
Carolina at Seattle (-6.5) Seattle 31-17 SEATTLE 31-23 Seattle 35-10 Seattle 13-10 Seattle 20-14 Seattle 27-21
Indianapolis (-1.5) at N.Y. Jets Indianapolis 24-21 Indianapolis 27-19 N.Y. Jets 24-23 Indianapolis 20-14 N.Y. Jets 19-14 Indianapolis 20-17

NFL Week 13 predictions: Picks from the Tampa Bay Times staff 12/02/16 [Last modified: Friday, December 2, 2016 12:19pm]
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