NFL odds and lines, Week 13: Cardinals vs. Eagles 2013

The Eagles are slight favorites over the Cardinals at home in Week 13.

The Philadelphia Eagles host the Arizona Cardinals in a Week 13 matchup between two of the NFC's hottest teams. According to OddsShark, the Eagles are favored to win by 3 or 3.5 points.

The Eagles are coming off a bye week and are right in the middle of the NFC East division title race. They beat the Washington Redskins, 24-16, in Week 11. The Eagles were 4.5-point favorites and had no trouble covering the spread. They are sitting at 6-5 in the standings and 6-5 against the spread. Nick Foles has been on fire and Chip Kelly is making him the starter for the rest of the season.

The Cardinals put the rest of the NFC on notice after punching the Indianapolis Colts in the throat on Sunday. Arizona destroyed the Colts, 40-11, and easily covered the 3-point spread. The Cardinals are 7-4 in the standings and 7-4 against the spread. Their defense is playing as well as any in the league and they will be a tough matchup down the stretch.

For more betting details on this game, head over to OddsShark.

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