BetQL NFL Model Review For Week 13

Taking a look back at some BetQL Model winners in NFL Week 13

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About BetQL's NFL Model

Our computer model analyzes every bet, every day to find mispriced lines. The model projects team performance and takes into account player performance, matchups, weather and injuries. From there, we set our own line, compare it with Vegas, and assign a star rating to each game.

Our NFL picks are the result of a thorough process that combines data-driven analysis with a deep understanding of the game. Whether you're a seasoned bettor or just starting out, our NFL picks are tailored to give you the upper hand.

  • The model has gone 87-64-3 (58% win) on 4-Star NFL total bets of $100
  • The model has gone 146-125-4 (54% win) on 4-Star and higher NFL total bets of $100
  • The model has gone 7-6-1 (54% win) on 5-Star NFL bets of $100 in the last 14 days
  • The model has gone 2-1-0 (67% win) on 4-Star NFL 1st half moneyline bets of $100 in the last 7 days

Take a look at more details below for a review of some winners from Week 13!

Dolphins at Commanders Over 49.5

BetQL Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

BetQL Projection: 58

Final Score: Dolphins 45, Commanders 15

This marks the second week in a row that Washington has given up 45 points, and the Dolphins almost covered this total on their own. The Commanders defense has been one of the very worst in football since they made their trades at the deadline, which significantly impacted their pass-rushing abilities and exposed their secondary. As a result, they have gotten shredded, and Tyreek Hill annihilated them this weekend. We had the total at 58 points, and it finished at 60, so the model was pretty spot-on here.

Lions -2.5 1H at Saints

BetQL Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

BetQL Projection: Lions -4.5

Halftime Score: Lions 24, Saints 7

Detroit came very close to blowing this lead in the second half, but luckily, this model bet was only in the first half of the game. The Lions got off to a very quick start, going up 21-0 early in the first quarter and ripping New Orleans on both sides of the ball. The Saints did not come out prepared for this one and the game plan was a failure, so Detroit took advantage. This one wasn't a sweat at all, and you felt pretty good up 21-0 after the first quarter of play.

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