NFL Week 12 Betting Odds - NFL Lines

NFL Week 12 Betting Lines

NFL Week 12 Lines

This will be the fifteenth straight season we have seen a Thanksgiving tripleheader. The Thursday night game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens seemed to be in peril due to COVID-19, but the NFL confirmed that the show will go on. That’s a huge boost to football fans looking forward to the day’s action as the first two games on Thursday feature teams with losing records.

NFL Week 12 Schedule & Lines

MATCHUP TIME TV LINE
Thursday, November 26
Houston Texans at Detroit Lions 12:30 PM CBS +3, 51.5
Washington at Dallas Cowboys 4:30 PM FOX -3, 46
Sunday, November 29
Las Vegas Raiders at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM CBS +3, 55.5
Arizona Cardinals at New England Patriots 1:00 PM FOX +2, 49
New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM FOX +6, 43
Cleveland Browns at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS +6, 49
Carolina Panthers at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX -3.5, 51
Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS TBA
Los Angeles Chargers at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS -5.5, 53.5
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS +7, 44
New Orleans Saints at Denver Broncos 4:05 PM FOX +6.5, 43.5
San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams 4:05 PM FOX -7, 45
Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4:25 PM CBS +3.5, 56
Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers 8:20 PM NBC TBA
Monday, November 30
Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles 8:15 PM ESPN +4.5, 50
Wednesday, December 2
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers 3:40 PM NBC -10, 41.5
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Detroit has hosted 80 Thanksgiving games over its history, and the Lions are 37-41-2 on the holiday. Their recent history has seen a string of runs on this day as Detroit lost nine straight games on Thanksgiving between 2004 and 2012, capped off by a 34-31 overtime loss to Houston in the Texans’ first Turkey Day game. The Lions won four in a row between 2013 and 2016, but they have now lost three straight games heading into Thursday. Houston is a three-point favorite in the Motor City, but at least Matt Stafford is healthy this time.

Dallas has hosted a Thanksgiving game nearly every season since 1966. The Cowboys are 31-20-1, and they are 8-1 against Washington in Thanksgiving games. Although both these teams are 3-7, the winner will move into first place in the NFC East with a victory, giving this game some stakes.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are the last unbeaten team in the NFL, and they will close out the holiday slate in the Steel City against the Baltimore Ravens. Baltimore nearly beat Pittsburgh when these teams met earlier in the month, but the Ravens have been reeling with three losses in their last four games to put themselves on the precipice of missing out on the postseason.

It’s been a pretty tough fall from grace for this team after last year’s 14-2 season.

AFC South supremacy will be up for grabs when Tennessee travels to Indianapolis to face the Colts in the best early game on Sunday. The Colts overcame a halftime deficit to beat the Titans just two weeks ago on Thursday night, and they have a rookie receiver that is emerging in Michael Pittman Jr. Both teams are 7-3 and coming in hot after pulling off upsets in Week 11.

Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes will square off in the late game everyone will be wanting to see. The Buccaneers have not looked good in front of a national audience this season, losing to Chicago and the Los Angeles Rams and barely beating the New York Giants. Meanwhile, Mahomes is now the frontrunner in the NFL MVP race after his dazzling performance against Las Vegas on Sunday Night Football, and his Chiefs are now 9-1.

The NFL is going heavy on tradition this week, and the Sunday night game will feature the oldest rivalry in the league. Chicago and Green Bay have met 200 times since the first game in 1921 with the Packers holding a 99-95-6 edge. Green Bay is 20-5 against Chicago since Aaron Rodgers took over under center for the Packers, so the home team figures to be a sizable favorite. The Bears have lost four straight games to fall to 5-5 this season ahead of this showdown.

Philadelphia and Seattle met in the Wild Card Round last year with the Seahawks advancing due in large part to Carson Wentz’s early injury. These teams may meet in the postseason again in 2020, but there are much different circumstances. While Seattle has looked sharp with Russell Wilson putting together one of the best seasons of his career, Philadelphia is just 3-6-1 coming into this week. The Eagles lead the NFC East though, putting the team in line to host a playoff game.

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