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NFL Week 12 Preview

2022 NFL Week 12 Preview and Sportsbook Management Advice

Thanksgiving Day is here, which means the National Football League will have three games on Thursday. All three contests will attract action, but the real action should arrive on Sunday when two of the best in the AFC, the Bengals, and Titans, clash in Tennessee. Check out a recap of NFL Week 11 and previews for every game on the NFL Week 12 schedule. 

2022 Week 11 NFL Bookie Betting Recap

The Tennessee Titans started things off with a fantastic 27-17 road win against the Green Bay Packers in week 11’s Thursday night game. 

The victory almost all but ended Green Bay’s chances of making the playoffs. For the Titans, the win signaled that Tennessee is a legit AFC contender.

Other important matchups had the defending Super Bowl champs falling to the New Orleans Saints, the Detroit Lions winning their third straight and handing Giants a third loss, and the Dallas Cowboys crashing the Vikings down to earth with a 40-3 win.

NFL Week 12 gets into gear early on Thanksgiving when Buffalo travels to Detroit, Dallas hosts the Giants, and the Vikings take on the Patriots. Keep reading to find out where the action will likely land in your online bookie agent sportsbook. 

2022 NFL Week 12 Preview

  • When: Thursday, November 24 – Monday, November 28

Bookmaker Software Tips for Week 12 in the NFL

Thanksgiving Thursday Games – November 24

Buffalo Bills -9.5 at Detroit Lions

Detroit is on a 3-game winning streak. No doubt, the streak has affected action on the game. 

First, the Lions are always difficult to beat at home. Second, the streak has made Detroit an overlay at +9.5. Buffalo is the better team, but the Bills’ defense hasn’t played great in recent matchups. 

Action Prediction: The love for Motor City should continue. By kickoff, the line should drop to Lions -9 or even -8.5. Also, the Lions’ money line could get hot. 

New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys -10

Dallas’ 40-3 win over the Vikings impressed. The win was the second time the Boys scored 40 in their last three games.

The Giants came down to earth big time when losing to Detroit. To be fair to NYG, the Lions have played like one of the top teams in the league.

Dallas won the first contest. NYG will have to chance to win the second. Why? The Cowboys should bounce off the effort versus the Vikings. 

Action Prediction: The Cowboys are one of the NFL’s best, but the Giants aren’t a slouch franchise. Brian Daboll has already made adjustments to ensure the G-Men aren’t blown out again. More money should end up on the Giants in your bookie betting sportsbook than it does on the Cowboys. 

New England Patriots at Minnesota Vikings -2.5

The story of this game might end up with how well the Vikings’ offense can perform versus the Patriots’ D.

New England has allowed a total of 6 in their last couple of games. The Patriots were so effective versus the Jets’ offense last Sunday that J-E-T-S benched Zach Wilson.  

Action Prediction: The Vikings have an 8-2 record but are 4-5-1 against the spread. The contrasting records imply Minnesota would be 5-5 if not for some lucky bounces. Expect the Patriots’ ML to be scorching on your bookie website.  

Sunday, November 27

Denver Broncos -2.5 at Carolina Panthers

What a challenging game to handicap. The Broncos continue to field one of the worst offenses in the league.

At least Denver will start Russell Wilson at quarterback. Unless PJ Walker is good to go, the Panthers must settle with Baker Mayfield. 

Action Prediction: So, in this day of spread formation football offenses, the total for Broncos at Panthers is 36.5 points. Pay per head sportsbook agents should expect plenty of money to land under the total. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -3.5 at Cleveland Browns

Tampa takes on the Browns a week after their bye. If they have gotten healthy, the Buccaneers should have no issue moving the football and scoring points versus a Browns team that allows 27 per game.

The Buccaneers’ D has tightened recently, so many feel TB covers. 

Action Prediction: The Browns are 2-3 ATS at home. Tampa is 3-6-1 against the spread overall and 2-2 ATS in their four road games.

Right now, most expect the Bucs to cover. Bookies software agents know better. Make sure to manage risk on dollars backing the Browns to win this SU.  

Baltimore Ravens -4 at Jacksonville Jaguars

Baltimore struggled to score in their last, a win over the Carolina Panthers. Most, though, feel the Edgar Allan Poes go back to scoring at will.

But Jacksonville’s D has enough speed to contain Lamar Jackson from running wild. If Trevor Lawrence and the offense do their part, who knows?

Action Prediction: 68% believe Baltimore covers. The trend should continue. Why? The Ravens are 4-1 ATS this season in their five road games.  

Houston Texans at Miami Dolphins -13.5

The Texans are benching Davis Mills. It doesn’t make much sense unless they’re afraid Mills might get hurt.

Houston should play competitively in this, but the Dolphins field one of the best offenses in the league. Houston’s 15.9 per game average is far from Miami’s over 26 points per game average.  

Action Prediction: Bookmaker software agents should expect over 70% of the action to land on the Fins. Although the line is enormous, nobody is grabbing the 13.5 points. 

Chicago Bears at New York Jets -6

Justin Fields says he’s got a dislocated shoulder. It only hurts when he throws, which is why so many are taking the 6 points on the Bears.

The Jets are making a rash decision by starting Mike White instead of Zach Wilson. Unless he plays the Patriots, Wilson often does a decent job. 

Action Prediction: As long as Fields can run the ball, Chicago will move the chains. Going from Wilson to White will backfire. Mike is a decent backup, but he’s not a starter. So unless Justin sits, the money will continue to go to the Beas.  

Cincinnati Bengals -2.5 at Tennessee Titans

NFL Week 12’s most significant matchup pits the 7-3 Tennessee Titans against the 6-4 Cincinnati Bengals.

Some players are wondering why the Titans are the underdog. Cincy has allowed 32 sacks on the season. 

Action Prediction: This should be a great game. So far, 63% are taking the 2.5 points on the Titans. The trend figures to continue because Cincinnati’s offensive line is a mess. 

Atlanta Falcons at Washington Commanders -4

The ATL versus D.C. is a tale of two teams moving in opposite directions. The Falcons have lost 2-of-3 and are 1-4 ATS in their last five games.

The Commanders have won two straight and 5-of-6. Washington is sticking with Taylor Heinicke at quarterback.  

Action Prediction: 61% believe Washington covers. The trend figures to continue in your price per head agent book. 

Los Angeles Chargers -3 at Arizona Cardinals

The Bolts have lost two straight but are 3-0 against the spread in their last three. Los Angeles has played well enough to win.

The Chargers haven’t closed the deal. San Francisco drubbed Arizona 38-10 in the Cardinals’ last game. 

Arizona got some excellent news this week. Starting quarterback Kyler Murray should play, which means money might start going to AZ.  

Action Prediction: Just because the Niners blasted the Cards doesn’t mean the Bolts will. The game versus San Francisco happened in Mexico City. 

The environment was like an SF home game. If Murray plays, money on Zona will eat into the 71% favoring the Chargers to cover.  

Las Vegas Raiders at Seattle Seahawks -3.5

Most expect the 3-7 Raiders to refrain from competing with the 6-4 Seattle Seahawks. Seattle hosts LVR a week after their bye.

No doubt, the Hawks will be ready to go. Geno Smith has dominated, and Kenneth Walker III is already one of the most ferocious running backs in the NFL. 

Action Prediction: 66% believe Seattle rolls. There’s no reason to go against the trend. So betting program agents should use tools to manage the action on the Seahawks.   

Los Angeles Rams at Kansas City Chiefs -15.5

Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford said he wouldn’t play in this. Staff said his legs felt numb after a brutal hit in the loss to the Saints last Sunday.

Kansas City can blow out the Rams. But the spread is massive. 

Action Prediction: KC is 3-6-1 overall and 0-4-1 against the spread at home. So don’t be surprised if money starts falling behind the Rams.  

New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers -8.5

San Francisco is surging. Ever since a 44-23 loss to Kansas City in week 7, the 49ers have rolled. SF has won three straight and gone 2-1 ATS in the three games.

The Saints played well versus the Rams. Los Angeles is one of the worst teams in the NFC. It isn’t easy envisioning Andy Dalton tearing up SF’s secondary. 

Action Prediction: As of Wednesday, 59% expect the 49ers to cover. San Francisco is playing at a super-high level right now. So the action should continue to go to the Niners.  

NFL Sunday Night Football: Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles -6.5

The 9-1 Eagles are just 5-5 against the spread. Philly is 4-1 against the spread at home.

Green Bay had no answer for the Titans. The Packers might have an easier time against Philly because the Eagles allow over 122 rushing yards per game.

Action Prediction: Green Bay’s defense is a disaster. Philly should have their way on the ground, so agents should use their PPH services to manage action.  

Monday Night Football – November 21

Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts -2.5

Only a few are excited about the Steelers at the Colts. Pittsburgh averages 17 points each game, ranking twenty-eighth in the league.

The Colts average 15.7 points per, ranking thirty-first in the NFL. The Colts scored 25 versus the Raiders in a week 10 victory and then dropped 16 onto the Eagles in a 1-point week 11 loss.  

Action Prediction: Players will start paying attention to the Steelers at the Colts on Monday morning. The early action says the Colts easily cover. Pros should start placing money behind the Steelers so the action could end up close to even by kickoff. 

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