The traditional NFL Thanksgiving tripleheader is a day football and food fanatics look forward to all season. Unfortunately, the games tend to get more out of hand than a group of strangers fighting over a discounted toilet seat at a Home Depot Black Friday sale. Since 2000, 28 of the 42 games have been decided by double digits with the games having an average win margin of 15.88. Last year’s games, for example, were pure trash with two of the games being decided by 19 points or more while the Bears and Packers put us to sleep early with a 17-13 snoozer.
It seems like the Green Bay Packers (4-6) have been searching for answers all season long, but they haven’t been able to come up with any at this point. Next up on the docket for Aaron Rodgers and company is a road clash with rookie signal-caller Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles (5-5) in the Week 12 edition of Monday Night Football.
Fans betting on NFL will be looking to hit pay dirt on Sunday when the Denver Broncos host the Kansas City Chiefs at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Week 12 action.
Betting fans of the Denver Broncos have seen them go 7-3 and 7-3 ATS so far this season, while the Kansas City Chiefs are at 7-3 and 4-6 ATS. In over under totals betting, the Kansas City Chiefs are 2-8, while the Denver Broncos are 5-5.
New England travels to New York on Sunday, hoping to boost its 8-2 mark in Week 12 NFL betting action with a victory over the Jets.
The New England Patriots will look to cover ATS vs their hosts on Sunday, as they are 8-2 ATS versus the spread this season, while the New York Jets are 3-6-1 ATS. New England is 4-5-1 against the over under total, while New York is 5-4-1 versus the number.
The Oakland Raiders (8-2) continue to prove the critics wrong in 2016, but the bad news is opponents in their division are doing the same thing. Oakland will look to separate itself from Denver and Kansas City in Week 12 against the Carolina Panthers (4-6).
The Seattle Seahawks (7-2-1) are historically slow starters who have a penchant for turning on the jets in the second half of the season, and that’s exactly where Pete Carroll’s club is at right now ahead of a road clash with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-5) in Week 12.
The Houston Texans are 5-0 SU and 4-0-1 ATS in their last five games at home. The Texans will try to pick up a sixth straight win at NRG Stadium hosting the San Diego Chargers who are on a run that's seen them go 9-1 ATS in their last 10 games after a loss.
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