NFL Week 12 Lines, Picks & Betting Trends: This Week's TNF, SNF, MNF Games

NFL Week 12 Lines, Picks & Betting Trends: This Week’s TNF, SNF, MNF Games

We get an extra bonus on Thanksgiving, as we get three very good games to watch after we’ve indulged ourselves in a Thanksgiving Feast. We also have some great matchups in the 1:00, 4:00, and Sunday night slots.

The Monday night game isn’t one we’re too excited about, but hey, you can’t have it all! Here is a preview of the top games in each time slot so you can get ready to make your bets against the NFL Betting Lines.  

A Rundown of the Top NFL Week 12 Games In Each of the Time Slots

New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys – Thursday

While the New York Giants were losing to the Detroit Lions, the Dallas Cowboys were in Minnesota, laying the smackdown on the Minnesota Vikings. These two NFC East rivals will meet in the annual Dallas Thanksgiving Day game. 

The New York Giants have been coming back down to earth after a great start. The Dallas Cowboys are on a roll.

They have one of the best defenses in the league, and the offense is really playing well. With Tony Pollard in the backfield, the Cowboys have a great running and passing attack. The Giants may be in big trouble on Thursday afternoon in the “Big D.”

Cincinnati Bengals @ Tennessee Titans – Sunday @ 1:00

Mike Vrabel’s squad is finding ways to win. When they traded AJ Brown away, many thought that the Titans would have a down year. The Bengals may be without Joe Mixon this week, as he’s dealing with a concussion. However, we should see the return of Ja’Marr Chase. 

We look for Cincinnati to exploit Tennessee’s poor pass defense in this one.

New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers – Sunday @ 4:00

While Andy Dalton keeps finding ways to lead the Saints to victories, they’re now going to encounter the surging San Francisco 49ers. After acquiring Christian McCaffrey and getting some players back from injury, Jimmy Garoppolo now has a full arsenal of weapons.

Brandon Aiyuk has been very good, and Deebo Samuel is a huge weapon. With a defense that’s getting healthy at the right time, the Niners are a big threat in the NFC. The Saints better bring their “A” game on Sunday, and even if they do, it may not be enough.

Green Bay Packers @ Philadelphia Eagles – Sunday Night

The Eagles were lucky to beat the Colts last Sunday, while the Packers lost to Tennessee last Thursday night. Aaron Rodgers just doesn’t look right, and part of that could be his surrounding cast.

Even though Christian Watson has emerged as a go-to receiver, no one else on the offensive side of the ball has stepped up. 

As for the Eagles, Jalen Hurts has had a nice season. The Eagles struggle to stop the run, so we’ll see if Green Bay attacks the defensive line. Philadelphia brought in Ndamukong Suh to help shore up the defensive line.

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolis Colts – Monday Night

This Monday night matchup features two teams that have struggled throughout the season. Indianapolis has played well since the shocking hiring of Jeff Saturday as the head coach.

Pittsburgh just can’t seem to get things going. This one could be a clunker.

 
 

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