NFL Week 13 Report – Niners The Team To Beat


Surprise victories, injuries and coaches on the hot seat – that’s what’s coming up in my NFL Week 13 Report. Week 13 didn’t fail to disappoint as yet another week of NFL action passes. The San Francisco 49ers look like the best team in football after comfortably defeating the now 10-2 Philadelphia Eagles. 

Sports Hub is, of course, here to provide you with all the latest. Our handicappers continue to crush it and a number of our guys continue to turn healthy profits. I will also be giving you a rundown of what’s been trending. 

The Cincinnati Bengals managed to pick up an unexpected overtime win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday Night Football, whilst Trevor Lawrence may be the next quarterback out injured. Pittsburgh Steelers QB Kenny Pickett has undergone surgery but could return in a few weeks. 

Meanwhile, the Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football, and Derek Carr is in protocol as pressure on New Orleans Saints head coach Dennis Allen rises. There’s plenty of talking points to get into so let’s dive into my NFL Week 13 Report. 

NFL Week 13 Report – Sean Kuchman Is On Fire

Sean Kuchman has been our best NFL capper over the last 30 days, but, did you know just how successful Patrick Doyle has been this month? Pat doesn’t typically put in a load of picks. However, with just three losses on his NFL bets over the last 30 days, he certainly knows the right time to bet. Patience is key, timing is his philosophy. 

Despite putting in just one pick this Sunday, he correctly backed the Los Angeles Rams to cover the spread against the Cleveland Browns. That takes his monthly winnings to $970, just on the NFL. Pat proves that patient betting with a long-term focus will result in profit. 

We can’t forget about MNF, either. 11 of our cappers earned $100 or more just on MNF and SWJ Sports managed to turn a $200 profit. Scott correctly called the Bengals to cover against the Jaguars and also had the over for his totals bet. 

Let’s take a look at the top cappers from NFL Sunday in my NFL Week 13 Report. 

NFL Sunday Top Cappers 

Another NFL Sunday has been and gone and 41 of our experts were able to turn a profit. 31 of those guys had 100% records this Sunday so it is clear that our guys know how to bet smart.

Sean Kuchman has been smashing the bookies of late, particularly with his NFL wagers. He tops all of our NFL cappers over the last 30 days, earning a $1482 profit! He is a key feature in my NFL Week 13 Report and also had the Bengals to cover on MNF. 

We had some new faces and some trusted cappers near the top of the leaderboard this week. 

Here’s our top cappers from NFL Sunday:

  • Sean Kuchman: It was a phenomenal outing for Sean this Sunday as he went 10-1 with his picks. That earned him a luscious $890. The only call he got wrong was backing the under in the Dolphins-Commanders game. However, he made that up and then some with some totals, money line and spread victories. 
  • A New Face: We’ve got a new face near the top of our NFL leaderboards this week. Coach Rick went 4-0 to net $400, all on spreads. 
  • A Record of 3-0: We love a record of 3-0 here at Sports Hub. Loads of our cappers hit that record each week. This time, Evan Lewis and Bill Blatt were able to rake in a tidy $300 profit with their picks on NFL Sunday. 
  • Shrewd Sal: Ah, yes. Good ‘ol Sal Lombardi. I knew it wouldn’t be long before Sal was back near the top. He regularly tops the charts and he went 5-2 to earn $290. A couple of spreads and totals wins meant Sal had a great weekend. 

NFL Week 13 Report – Trending News

My NFL Week 13 Report will now take a look at all the latest and trending news. Even without Joe Burrow, the Bengals managed to get the win against the Jags after overtime in Jacksonville. Jake Browning impressed as signal caller, completing 86% of his passes. An Evan McPherson field goal allowed Cincinnati to move to 6-6, keeping them in the hunt for the playoffs. 

We saw another unanticipated triumph on SNF as the Packers upset the Chiefs 27-19 at Lambeau Field. Jordan Love’s recent upturn in form has coincided with Green Bay going on a three-game winning streak. Love has thrown eight touchdowns and zero interceptions over the last three weeks. The Packers are firmly back in playoff contention. 

Frank Reich was the first coach to get fired this season and Allen is trending after yet another loss for the Saints. They lost 33-28 against the Detroit Lions and have now lost their last three successive games. It looks like Allen could be the next coach out of the door. QB Carr is in concussion protocol and Jameis Winston could start Week 14. 

Here are some further highlights in my NFL Week 13 Report: 

  • QB drama in New York: It will come as very little surprise that we have had even more QB drama in the Big Apple. Does Zach Wilson want to play or not? Head coach Robert Saleh decided to bench Wilson for Tim Boyle over the past couple of weeks, but that hasn’t exactly worked out. However, the former second overall pick is reportedly reluctant to become the starter again. Who knows who will be under center in Week 14. 
  • 49ers Humble Eagles: San Francisco are certainly back to their best after a slight blip. They have won their last four in a row and comfortably defeated Philly 42-19 on Sunday. Brock Purdy threw four touchdowns and zero picks and Deebo Samuel scored a total of three TDs. The offense was on fire! The Eagles have quickly added some defensive help by signing Shaquille Leonard, aiming to nullify issues at linebacker. 
  • Injuries Pile Up: Sadly, I have spoken about injuries too often this season. Rookie Tank Dell has been trending for the wrong reasons and the Houston Texans wide receiver suffered a fractured fibula against the Denver Broncos. He will be out for the season. The likes of Lawrence, Christian Kirk, Pickett, Carr and Frank Ragnow are just the latest set of names that could face time in the injury room. 

A look To Our Week 14 NFL Report

We had a lot to go through in my NFL Week 13 Report but, hopefully, we have now summarized the main talking points. It really is a pivotal time of the season. Those that perform well down the stretch will be looking to use that momentum into the playoffs. Now is more important than ever for things to click. 

Let’s take a look at what’s coming up in Week 14: 

  • Thursday Night Football: TNF this week sees a struggling New England Patriots head to Pittsburgh to take on the 7-5 Steelers. Mike Tomlin is having issues in the QB room and will need his team to bounce back from a 24-10 home defeat to the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday. The Pats have their own issues to deal with as they sit at 2-10. Bill Bellichick is on the hot seat.
  • NFL Sunday: 12 games are set for NFL Sunday with just the Cardinals and the Washington Commanders on bye. We have some important divisional matchups on the cards, as well as a huge AFC contest between the Buffalo Bills and the Chiefs. 
  • Sunday Night Football: We have a monster NFC East matchup on SNF as the Eagles visit Dallas. Just one win separates the two teams and Philly will hope to bounce back from their loss to the Niners. The Cowboys have been electric of late and Dak Prescott is in incredible form. You won’t want to miss this one. 
  • Monday Night Football: The NFL returns with its first MNF doubleheader since Week 3. It’s Titans-Dolphins and Packers-Giants, both from 8:15 p.m ET. The Fins are looking to further progress their lead atop the AFC East, whilst Green Bay have rekindled their playoff hopes. 

That’s all we’ve got time for in my NFL Week 13 Report. Week 13 provided us with some great content and the NFL never stops with the drama and storylines. Now that we know what to look out for in Week 14, it’s time to get ready for this week’s schedule. Continue checking out Sports Hub for pick articles, tips and the latest betting trends!