NFL Week 12 Odds: Point Spreads, Moneylines and Totals

NFL Week 12 Odds: Spreads, Moneylines and Totals

NFL Week 12 Picks

For many Americans, their favorite holiday of the year is Thanksgiving. This special day comes down to the three Fs: Family, food, and football. And the NFL will deliver a heaping helping of quality football action on Turkey Day. Of course, gamblers are looking forward to the feast with serious action going from the morning through the evening.

Thanksgiving tradition begins with the annual first game of the day at Detroit. The Lions will host the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo remains a Super Bowl favorite despite some recent hiccups. The Lions remain the Lions, but on Turkey Day, Detroit is often transformed into punching above its weight at home.

Next is another traditional game from Dallas, where the late afternoon matchup takes place every year. The Cowboys will host the New York Giants in a powerhouse NFC East matchup of rivals and top contenders.

Finally, NBC will deliver the Thursday night matchup of the Minnesota Vikings hosting the New England Patriots. The Vikings have emerged as the surprise team in the NFL and are running away with the NFC North. Of course, the Patriots remain one of the most popular brands on the board based on their past dynasty and head coach Bill Belichick.

NFL Week 12 Schedule & Lines

SPREAD TOTAL MONEY LINE
Thursday, November 24
Bills (-10) at Lions 54.5 Bills -464, Lions +359
Giants at Cowboys (-9.5) 44 Giants +334, Cowboys -425
Patriots at Vikings (-3) 42 Patriots +130, Vikings -150
Sunday, November 27
Ravens (-4) at Jaguars 44 Ravens -200, Jaguars +170
Broncos (-2) at Panthers 36 Broncos -130, Panthers +110
Falcons at Commanders (-4) 42 Falcons +170, Commanders -200
Buccaneers (-3.5) at Browns 43 Buccaneers -185, Browns +160
Bengals (-2) at Titans 42 Bengals -132, Titans +112
Texans at Dolphins (-13) 45 Texans +534, Dolphins -750
Bears at Jets (-4.5) 39.5 Bears +170, Jets -200
Raiders at Seahawks (-4) 48 Raiders +166, Seahawks -195
Chargers (-4) at Cardinals 48 Chargers -200, Cardinals +170
Rams at Chiefs (-15) 44 Rams +837, Chiefs -1400
Saints at 49ers (-9.5) 43 Saints +358, 49ers -460
Packers at Eagles (-7) 46 Packers +260, Eagles -320
Monday, November 28
Steelers at Colts (-2.5) 38.5 Steelers +120, Colts -140

What goes up must come down. Or, to put it another way, the NFL is a very humbling league. Last week the Minnesota Vikings were in rarefied air. Minnesota upset the Bills at Buffalo in an epic overtime thriller. The Vikings spent the week after listening to everyone tell them how great they were. But on Sunday, the Vikings were stampeded by the Dallas Cowboys. As a result, Minnesota’s stock is down. By contrast, the Patriots are gaining respect from gamblers. New England beat the New York Jets on a TD punt return at the game’s end.

Last year the Rams and Chiefs could have met in the Super Bowl. And both were favored to contend for Super Sunday in February 2023. So far, the Chiefs are doing their part with full control of the AFC West. But the Rams are in a stunning free fall from their Super Bowl championship perch. Los Angeles is likely to miss the playoffs. Correlate, the Rams need a red-hot finish and a lot of help from their friends. Los Angeles coach Sean McVay is getting a heaping helping of humble pie.

At the beginning of the 2022 campaign, the Packers were favored to win the NFC championship. By contrast, the Eagles were not. But as the schedule heads into the home stretch, Philadelphia instead of Green Bay is soaring. Green Bay never recovered from the departure of wide receiver Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders. Still, Aaron Rodgers is a capable quarterback. But he has no help. Meanwhile, Jalen Hurts is the favorite to win the MVP award. Hurts is no longer derided as out of his element as an NFL QB.

Once upon a time, the Steelers and Colts would have been a must-see matchup. But Pittsburgh and Indianapolis have become yesterday’s news. Pittsburgh is going through a painful transition from retired QB Ben Roethlisberger. While the Colts' 1-year gamble on veteran Falcon transplant Matt Ryan has failed. Indianapolis has already fired head coach Frank Reich. And their playoff prospects are dim. But for the Steelers, there are no playoff hopes at all. As a result, Pittsburgh will spend the rest of 2022 on 2023.

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