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Week 13: Pick this week's NFL games for a chance at a dining gift certificate

Kirk Cousins and the Redskins play host to the Cowboys on Monday night. [Getty Images]

Kirk Cousins and the Redskins play host to the Cowboys on Monday night. [Getty Images]

Who do you think will win this week's NFL games?

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We're inviting tampabay.com readers to chime in with their picks each week through the season. We'll publish the list of games on Tuesdays at tampabay.com/bucs and run the crowd's consensus in the Sunday Tampa Bay Times.

The process is simple: Register your name and email for a chance to win a random drawing for a $20 dining gift certificate and then make your picks.

We look forward to watching the wisdom of the community work its magic.

Here's how you did this past week:

Lions 45, Eagles 14: 66.7 percent of readers picked Lions

Panthers 33, Cowboys 14: 58.3 percent picked Panthers

Bears 17, Packers 13: 95.8 percent picked Packers

Colts 25, Bucs 12: 55.9 percent picked Colts

Vikings 20, Falcons 10: 82.4 percent picked Vikings

Redskins 20, Giants 14: 79.4 percent picked Giants

Jets 38, Dolphins 20: 82.4 percent picked Jets

Bengals 31, Rams 7: 100 percent picked Bengals

Chargers 31, Jaguars 25: 73.5 percent picked Jaguars

Texans 24, Saints 6: 67.6 percent picked Texans

Raiders 24, Titans 21: 79.4 percent picked Raiders

Chiefs 30, Bills 22: 91.2 percent picked Chiefs

Cardinals 19, 49ers 13: 94.1 percent picked Cardinals

Seahawks 39, Steelers 30: 67.6 percent picked Seahawks

Broncos 30, Patriots 24: 52.9 percent picked Patriots

Ravens 33, Browns 27: 76.5 percent picked Browns

Consensus' Week 12 record: 11-5

Consensus' overall record: 108-65

Week 13: Pick this week's NFL games for a chance at a dining gift certificate 12/01/15 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 1, 2015 11:30am]
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