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NFL Odds, Lines, Point Spreads: Week 12 Betting Info Updates to Pick Each Game

The bad news for punters: Another double-digit underdog took the win in Week 11. The Titans fell to the Texans, who used a strong defensive performance to surprisingly thwart one of the best. AFC teams.

If you happened to bet the Texans money line in this game, the power is yours. But more punters who thought the Titans could be an easy pick against the spread given their recent successes were foiled, as the Underdogs put on another solid week and continued to ensure that even the most discerning players are tearing their hair out.

As Week 12 approaches, the NFL landscape looks like a mess. There are 12 teams with records better than .500 in the AFC. The NFC has only six, but this conference’s Wild Card race is shaping up to be a battle between the current five-game winning teams.

The 2021 NFL season has been more unpredictable than ever, and that might not change. But at least some teams start to perform and emerge as potential contenders. The Cardinals continue to perform well every week. Chiefs and buccaneers are also starting to get back into shape. And every division leader is at least starting to pull away as the league prepares for its stretch run.

But hey, it’s always the season of the unexpected, so expecting things to work out in the last month and a half of the season might turn out to be insane. As such, it’s always imperative that bettors look for overrated and underrated teams, find sleepers, and know the latest injury news to take advantage of the unbalanced NFL odds, trends and point spreads that could prove to be successful.

And if there is any chance of finding another kind of Texans on upset Titans, that could prove to be extremely valuable. That said, there aren’t any double-digit outsiders in week 12 yet. In fact, these lines are the most clustered yet, with none outside of the Thanksgiving slate breaking the spreads of. six points like Wednesday Nov 24. So if there is an upheaval, it won’t be as shocking as some of the others we’ve seen this year.

For the odds of the three Thanksgiving games in Week 12, click here. For more expert predictions on the NFL, check out Sporting News’ direct and ATS picks for Week 12.

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NFL odds for week 12

Below are the latest NFL odds from Week 12, including point spreads, cash margins and over-under totals for each game, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Last update: Saturday, November 27.

NFL Point Spreads Week 12

Game Broadcast
Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots NE -6
New York Jets vs. Houston Texans HOU -2.5
Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants PHI -3.5
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Indianapolis Colts VG -3
Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars ATL -1
Carolina Panthers at the Miami Dolphins CAR -1.5
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals CIN -4.5
Los Angeles Chargers to the Denver Broncos BAC -2.5
Minnesota Vikings vs. San Francisco 49ers SF -3
Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers GB -1
Cleveland Browns at the Baltimore Ravens BAL -3.5
Seattle Seahawks to Washington Football Team WAS -1

NFL Money Lines Week 12

Game Moneyline
Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots NE -280
New York Jets vs. Houston Texans HOU -154
Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants PHI -174
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Indianapolis Colts To -158
Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars ATL -118
Carolina Panthers at the Miami Dolphins CAR -126
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals CIN -198
Los Angeles Chargers to the Denver Broncos BAC -148
Minnesota Vikings vs. San Francisco 49ers SF -158
Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers GB -110
Cleveland Browns at the Baltimore Ravens BAL -188
Seattle Seahawks to Washington Football Team WAS -116

NFL over-under, week 12

Game More less
Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots 44
New York Jets vs. Houston Texans 44.5
Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants 46
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Indianapolis Colts 51.5
Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars 46.5
Carolina Panthers at the Miami Dolphins 42
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals 45
Los Angeles Chargers to the Denver Broncos 47.5
Minnesota Vikings vs. San Francisco 49ers 48
Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers 48
Cleveland Browns at the Baltimore Ravens 46
Seattle Seahawks to Washington Football Team 46.5

For NFL Thanksgiving game odds, click here.

Best NFL bets for week 12

Seahawks (+1) in Washington

Full disclosure: We tried betting on the Seahawks as an underdog last week against Colt McCoy and the Cardinals. It didn’t work, as McCoy and the Cardinals frankly embarrassed the Seahawks, beating them 23-13 at home and leaving them away from the playoffs with a 3-7 record.

So why do we go back to the well and trust the Seahawks again? Well, the reasoning is simple. There was one massive swing in the diffusion of this game which could end up favoring Seattle.

The lead for this game was considerably in favor of the Seahawks. They had a 3.5 point advantage on the road to Washington. Now the spread has swung 4.5 points in the opposite direction. Yes, this is partly related to the struggles of the Seahawks. This is also due to Washington’s recent success, as the football team clinched back-to-back wins against the Buccaneers and Panthers.

However, a variation of 4.5 points in the spread is a Major development. The Seahawks were once expected to win this game by more than one field goal. Now all they have to do is win (or tie) to cover that gap. It’s a good line value, especially as Russell Wilson is 36-11 after a loss. Granted, he lost last week despite losing, but that should just strengthen him further in a clash against a defense that has proven to be weaker than that of the Cardinals on a one-year basis.

It’s also worth mentioning that Wilson’s finger injury will still have a week to heal and he’ll have an extra day off before “Monday Night Football”. This could prove to be important for him as he seeks to regain his dominant throwing form.

Is it a risk? Sure, but the Seahawks have to bounce back at some point, right? And while casual bettors may think Seattle is over, they’re not toast just yet. As long as Russell Wilson is playing, he will do whatever he can to win. It looks like a potential chance to do so, although the Seahawks’ defense will have to find a way to challenge Taylor Heinicke.

Titans (+6) at Patriots

The Patriots have been excellent the past few weeks, winning five straight games and covering the gap in all of them as well. However, all good things come to an end, and for the Patriots, it can happen against the Titans.

Tennessee has had its share of problems in recent weeks. They didn’t cover back-to-back games and just got roughed up by the humble Texans. That said, they should be ready and motivated to bounce back as an underdog.

The Titans have been the elite as an underdog this year. They actually posted a 5-0 ATS record as an underdog, so they appear to be thriving as a Mike Vrabel sub. They’ll have a chance to stay in the game against the Patriots, and covering a six-point gap looks doable.

Of course, the Titans will need some comeback to replace Derrick Henry, whether it’s D’Onta Foreman or Dontrell Hilliard. They will also need Ryan Tannehill to avoid mistakes. He threw four interceptions against the Texans last week, but had only had eight last year in the previous weeks.

If Tannehill can stay precise and avoid big mistakes, the Titans should move the ball a bit over the Patriots.

Speaking of New England, this isn’t an explosive attack, so the Titans do battle well against them. They have the fourth best running defense in the NFL and are averaging just 97.8 rushing yards per game. They can be beaten in the air, but Mike Vrabel might be willing to take more risks to move Mac Jones out of his place and make him uncomfortable.

Vrabel could also seek to eliminate underlying routs on the pitch and force Jones to beat his defense in depth. The Patriots signalman is one of the most accurate passers in the league, but his deep ball is still going on. He completed just 13 of 38 passes over 20 yards for 408 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions.

Either way, that’s just too many points to give a team like the Titans. They are 8-3 for a reason and have performed extremely well as an underdog. New England could win this game, but if they are distracted by a major divisional tilt ahead with the Bills on “Monday Night Football” in Week 13, it will be difficult for them to avoid competition from the Titans.

NFL POWER RANKINGS: Cowboys slip after loss to Chiefs

Falcons (-1) at Jaguars

The Falcons have been appalling the past few weeks against a few high-caliber opponents. They were outscored 68-3 against the Cowboys and Patriots and appear to be heading in the wrong direction after looking like an early playoff sleeper.

However, the Falcons will face the Jaguars in Week 12, and Jacksonville fits the profile of the teams Atlanta have beaten this year.

So far, the Falcons have beaten some of the worst competitions in the NFL. They have victories over the Giants, Jets, Dolphins and Saints. Three of the four teams rank in the bottom eight on Football Outsiders’ DVOA metric, which “breaks down the entire season game-by-game, comparing each game’s success to the league average based on a number of variables, including drop, distance, field location, current score gap, quarterback and opponent’s quality. “

In other words, it ranks the quality of some defenses against the rest of the league. And in large part, the Falcons’ victories are against teams with poor defenses. Their only loss to a team ranked in the last 12 in DVOA came against Washington in a hotly contested battle.

The week Opponent DVOA classification Results
1 against the Eagles 12th L, 32-6
2 at the buccaneers 1st L, 48-25
3 among the giants 25 F, 17-14
4 against Washington 24 L, 34-30
5 vs Jets 31 F, 27-20
7 among dolphins 27th F, 30-28
8 against the Panthers 19th L, 19-13
9 to Saints 9th W, 27-25
ten at the cowboys 4th L, 43-3
11 against the patriots 3rd L, 25-0

Where does Jacksonville rank in terms of DVOA? They rank 28th in the NFL and average just 1.8 sacks per game, which is good for the sixth-less sacks in the NFL. This should give Matt Ryan plenty of time to pocket plays and claim a win.




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