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NFL Week 12 Schedule with Week 12 Betting Lines
Thursday, November 23
The Vikings will be three-games clear of the Lions with five to play if they can win on Thanksgiving Day. But suddenly, a loss would put Detroit within just a game, and the Lions would own a series sweep over Minnesota. It's not often you say that the Lions are playing the biggest game of the week, especially not this deep into the season, but it's definitely apt this week.
The Cowboys have been a wreck with two straight massive losses since Ezekiel Elliott started serving his suspension. The Chargers are playing on Thanksgiving Day for the first time since 1969.
The team that pulled off the greatest upset of Week 11 and the one that had the greatest collapse in Week 11 finish off the docket on Thanksgiving night.
Sunday, November 26
Cleveland has become just the third team in NFL history to start off back-to-back seasons at 0-10. There's a pretty darn good chance it'll get to add back-to-back 0-11 starts to its resume, too.
It's not that the Bears have been ridiculously bad this year; in fact, they've really overachieved. But the Eagles are a train right now, and it's hard to see Chicago derailing them.
The Patriots are covering every number in sight right now, so it shouldn't be surprising that they are the biggest favorites of the season this week against a Miami team that probably won't have Jay Cutler under center.
Yeah, so how did that whole Nathan Peterman experiment go, Bills? Not well? Who could have ever imagined that benching Tyrod Taylor for a fifth-round draft pick who was largely considered to be a project out of college would be a bad idea?
The Bucs saved their season last week in Miami, and they could get Jameis Winston back for the stretch run. This game against Atlanta is a must-win.
The Jets are still relevant heading into Turkey Day, and that's a remarkably feat in and of itself. Still, that's really a product of the AFC being a disaster more than the Jets being amazing.
Think it seems odd to see the Titans as 4.5-point favorites in Indianapolis? It should. The Titans haven't won in Indy since 2007 and haven't covered in six straight games at "The Drum."
One has to think that this is the start of the Jimmy Garoppolo era, right? If not, then why did the Niners bother dealing for him?
The Rams had a chance to make a huge statement last week against the Vikings. Now, they get to come home to play against the Saints and make the same statement. The loser of this one can kiss any realistic chances of a first-round bye in the playoffs goodbye.
The Jags can really throw the gauntlet down against Arizona this weekend and seize total control of the AFC South. A slip, though, and this division could be back in the boiler in a hurry.
Does anyone want to win the AFC West? It sure doesn't look like it right now. By default, somebody is going to have to win this game between the Raiders and Broncos on Sunday.
Once upon a time, NBC had to have visions of Aaron Rodgers vs. Ben Roethlisberger dancing in its head. Instead, it has Brett Hundley and a Green Bay team that has turned into a total sham going against a Pittsburgh team that has gotten completely fat off of a horrid schedule.
Monday, November 27
There isn't going to be a lot of offense in this one, but this is going to be a sneaky important game on MNF. Both of these squads are legitimately playing for their playoff lives with just six games left to play.
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