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2019 NFL Week 12 Betting
Eleven weeks are in the books and NFL bettors have even more data to make informed decisions on how the games could play out moving forward. Last week saw the Browns secure a huge but tainted win over the Steelers on Thursday Night Football, the Colts claim supremacy of the AFC South with a thorough beating of the Jaguars, the Vikings battle back from a 16-point fourth quarter deficit to defeat the Broncos, the Falcons lay the smack down upon the Panthers in Carolina, and the Patriots avenge its Super Bowl LII defeat to the Eagles. Week 12 finds the Chiefs, Vikings, Cardinals and Chargers all on bye with the 28 other teams in live action. Let’s dig into some of the more notable games and see what they have to offer!
NFL Week 12 Matchups Odds
Indianapolis vs. Houston (-6, 46.5)
Miami vs. Cleveland (-10.5, 45)
Denver vs. Buffalo (-5, 35)
Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati (+7, 39.5)
New York vs. Chicago (-7, 41)
Oakland vs. New York (+3.5, 47)
Carolina vs. New Orleans (-7, 48)
Tampa Bay vs. Atlanta (-2.5, 54.5)
Detroit vs. Washington (+3.5, 42)
Jacksonville vs. Tennessee (-3, 41)
Dallas vs. New England (-7, 47)
Green Bay vs. San Francisco (-4, 45)
Seattle vs. Philadelphia (-3, 49)
Baltimore vs. Los Angeles (+2, 49)
The week kicks off with an enormous battle in Houston where the Texans will attempt to bounce back from an ugly showing in Baltimore against the division rival Indianapolis Colts. Bill O’Brien’s squad was unable to avenge its playoff loss to the Colts in the team’s first meeting of 2019 when Frank Reich’s squad logged the 30-23 win and cover as 1.5-point favorites back in Week 7. With each club owning identical records and Indy already owning the tiebreaker, Deshaun Watson and company would do themselves a huge solid by coming out on top of this matchup set to go in the Week 12 edition of Thursday Night Football.
In what amounts to a must-win game at home against the Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia will attempt to come up with yet another season-saving win on Sunday with the schedule set to dramatically open up over the next three weeks. Seemingly out of the Wild Card chase with both Seattle and Minnesota already having eight wins under their respective belts, Doug Pederson’s crew knows full well that a loss in this spot will ultimately make it darn near close to impossible to return to the playoffs even with Dolphins, Giants and Redskins lined up over the next three weeks.
The Cowboys enter Week 12 atop the NFC East standings by a full game with the tiebreaker in-hand against the Eagles. A win on the road in Foxboro would take them one step closer towards locking the division up should Philly ultimately end up falling at home to the Seahawks. Regardless, Dallas is in need of a great showing in this one considering it’s lost to the three potential playoff teams it’s faced to this point of the season, and did so in very non-competitive fashions. However, the Cowboys have failed to win any of the last five meetings against the defending champs and managed a lone pointspread cover in those matchups.
The Sunday nighter should be a great one with Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers potent offense set to square off against the San Francisco 49ers top notch defense of Robert Saleh. Each division leader has been dominant as the season enters Week 12 with the Packers winning eight of their 10 played games and posting a 7-3 record against the linemakers, while San Fran has incurred a single defeat that came in overtime in their most recent prime-time appearance. These clubs played to a thrilling 33-30 final in a game won by the Packers last season, but the Niners came away the ATS winner as 9-point Lambeau Field underdogs.
Though the Los Angeles Rams ultimately came out on top of last Sunday night’s home matchup with the Chicago Bears, they’re going to need to put forth a much better semblance of themselves to dispose of Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens when the teams close out Week 12 on Monday Night Football. John Harbaugh’s troops enter this tilt winners of six in a row as well as four straight against the closing NFL odds after destroying the Texans last time out. As well LA’s defense has played in recent weeks in conceding just 11 points per game, it’s going to need to take its level of play up another level to stymy the locked in offensive attack of the Ravens.
NFL Week 12 Betting Schedule - November 21-25
BYE WEEK: Arizona Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, Minnesota Vikings.
NFL Regular Season Schedule
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