Week 12 kicks off with a trio of Thanksgiving games including Bills-Saints in Thursday’s nightcap. On Sunday, the Rams travel to Green Bay to face the Packers in a tussle between two NFC heavyweights trying to get back on track.
The much-anticipated shootout between the Cowboys and Chiefs ended without Dak Prescott or Patrick Mahomes throwing a single TD pass yesterday. The Titans somehow lost at home to the Texans, 22-13. You can’t make this stuff up.
Let’s explore the Week 12 oddsboard with all lines current as of Monday morning.
Live NFL Week 12 Sportsbook Odds
NFL Week 12 Odds
Thursday: Bears (-3.5, 42) at Lions
Chicago’s miserable run continued as the Bears lost their fifth straight game, 16-13 to the Ravens, amidst chants of “Fire, Nagy” at Soldier Field. The Bears failed to cover ATS in four of those games. The still winless Lions have covered three of their last four ATS.
Thursday: Raiders at Cowboys (-7, 50.5)
The Dallas offense turned in a dud at KC with a mere three FGs in its 19-9 loss. The Cowboys are 4-1 ATS at home this season. Vegas has lost its last three games outright and ATS. Caesars offered the Cowboys -7.5 at +100.
Thursday: Bills (-4, 46.5) at Saints
Buffalo surprisingly got drubbed by the Colts, 41-15, at home. The Saints, coming off a 40-29 loss to Philly, literally win one and then lose one ATS this season. New Orleans is 5-5 ATS.
Titans at Patriots (-5.5, 44.5)
The Pats steamrolled the Falcons, 25-0, and now face a Tennessee team licking its wounds after an egregious loss to Houston at home. New England is riding a five-game winning streak, covering ATS in all five of those contests. DraftKings was among several books with Patriots -5.5.
Jets at Texans (-3, 44)
In a word, this game is awful. It feels like it should be played in London. The Jets have gone OVER in six of their last seven games, so there is that.
Eagles (-3.5, 46.5) at Giants
Philly looked sharp at home against the Saints. The Eagles have covered ATS in three of their last four road tilts, too.
Bucs (-2.5, 51) at Colts
Tampa Bay will try to cover its first 2021 road game ATS at Indy. The Colts look like an attractive home dog with Brady and the Bucs traveling and coming off a short week after their MNF game against the Giants.
Falcons (-1, 47.5) at Jags
Another eyesore of a game. Atlanta shouldn’t be giving anyone points (or a point in this case). The Falcons have lost their last two games by a combined score of 68-3.
Panthers (PK, 42.5) at Dolphins
The SuperBook opened this game at Miami -1.5 last night. It only took Panthers’ bettors 30 minutes to pound it down to a pick ‘em. While the Panthers were a consensus PK, DraftKings had Carolina -1 as of Monday morning.
Steelers at Bengals (-4.5, 45.5)
The Steelers are 7-1 straight-up in their last eight games at Cincy. Take the points and the road dog in this one.
Vikings at 49ers (-2.5, 48.5)
Minnesota finally found a way to win late in its 34-31 victory over Green Bay. The Vikings have covered ATS in four of their five road games this year.
Browns at Ravens (-4.5, 46.5)
Lamar Jackson did not play at Chicago due to an illness that wasn’t Covid-19. Expect Jackson to return against the Browns, who are 4-1 to the OVER in road games this year.
Chargers (-1.5, 49) at Broncos
The Chargers staved off defeat with a late comeback against the Steelers on Sunday night. They’re actually a better cover team on the road this year with a 3-1 ATS record.
Rams at Packers (-2, 49.5)
This game could have major playoff implications in the NFC. Green Bay is a perfect 4-0 ATS at home. The Rams will try to snap a two-game losing skid.
Monday: Seahawks (-1.5, 46) at Washington Football Team
Here’s another game that saw some early line movement. The SuperBook opened this up at Seattle -3 and it was quickly bet down to -1.5. Looking for a better number on the home dog? Caesars was offering Seattle -2.
Also read: MNF Odds, Pick: Giants-Bucs