Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL Football week 12 lines, including spreads, totals and moneylines, for all the upcoming games.
Thursday Night NFL Week 12 Lines For 11/21/2013
New Orleans (-7.5, 52.5) at Atlanta 8:25 PM EST
Week 12 of the NFL season kicks off Thursday night on NFL network. The AFC South leading New Orleans Saints (8-2, SU, 6-4 ATS) take on the Atlanta Falcons (2-8, SU, ATS) in an AFC South tilt. The Saints have Carolina on their heels in the NFC South and will look to take care of business against a disappointing Atlanta squad that has lost four games in a row.
Sunday Week 12 NFL Lines & Odds For 11/24/2013
Tampa Bay at Detroit (-8.5, 48) 1:00 PM EST
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-8 SU, ATS) head to the motor city to take on the Detroit Lions. Detroit is coming off a 10 point loss at Pittsburgh where they found themselves shut out in the second half. After starting the season 0-8, Tampa Bay has won two in a row. Last week’s victory against Atlanta saw running back Bobby Rainey score 3 touchdowns, 2 rushing and 1 receiving, and rushing for 163 yards.
Jacksonville at Houston (-10, 43) 1:00 PM EST
Two of the AFC South’s worst teams square in in Houston as the Jacksonville Jaguars (1–9 SU, 2–8 ATS) take on the Houston Texans. Jacksonville came back down to earth last week as Arizona’s Carson Palmer torched the Jaguars for 419 yards. The Texans (2–8 SU, 2–8 ATS) lost at home to the Oakland Raiders with rookie Matt McGloin at the helm. Houston hasn’t won a game since week 2.
San Diego at Kansas City (-5, 41.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Kansas City Chiefs (9–1 SU, 6–4 ATS) look to rebound from their first loss of the season as they take on the struggling San Diego Chargers. San Diego (4-6 SU, 5-4-1 ATS) has lost three straight, and are in danger of putting themselves out of playoff contention. Kansas City returns home after losing to Denver on Sunday night. It was the first contest all season where the Chiefs defense did not register a sack. In a quick turnaround, Kansas City hosts Denver next Sunday.
Minnesota at Green Bay (NL) 1:00 PM EST
The Green Bay Packers (5-5 SU, 4-6 ATS) take on the Minnesota Vikings (2-8 SU, 4-6 ATS) in an NFC North contest. Green Bay has lost three in a row, but luckily for them they are only a game out of the NFC North lead. It is reported that quarterback Scott Tolzien will get the start for the injured Aaron Rodgers. Minnesota is at the bottom of the division, and last last week at Seattle 41-20.
Carolina at Miami (NL) 1:00 PM EST
The Carolina Panthers (7-3 SU, 7-3 ATS) will take their 6 game win streak into Miami to take on the Dolphins. The Panthers got the job again last night, defeating the Patriots 24-20 and are currently a game behind the Saints in the NFC North. The Dolphins (5-5 SU, 5-5 ATS) are trying to get ‘Bullygate’ out of their heads, and got back to .500 with a win over San Diego last Sunday 20-16. Miami is currently 2 games back of division leader New England.
Pittsburgh at Cleveland (-2.5, 41.5) 1:00 PM EST
Old AFC North rivals will meet in Cleveland as the Browns take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. Cleveland (4–6 SU, 5–5–1 ATS) suffered one of their worse losses of the year last Sunday as they lost at Cincinnati 41-20. Pittsburgh (4-6 SU, 4-6 ATS) got back in the win column on Sunday with a wild win over the Detroit Lions. Both the Steelers and Browns are in a 3 way tie with Baltimore in the AFC North.
Chicago at St. Louis (-1, 46) 1:00 PM EST
The Chicago Bears (6-4 SU, 2-6-2) will try to keep pace with Detroit in the NFC North as they head to St. Louis to take on the Rams. The Bears won in overtime over the Baltimore Ravens 23-20 in a game that saw a 2 hour weather delay. St. Louis (4-6 SU, 5-4-1) is coming off the bye week, and had previously beaten the Colts in Indianapolis with a shocking 38-8 win.
New York (A) at Baltimore (-4, 40.5) 1:00 PM EST
Both the New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens will look to get back into the win column when they meet on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. The Jets (5-5 SU, 6-4 ATS) were lackluster last Sunday as they were routed by the Buffalo Bills 37-14, in a game where quarterback threw three interceptions, on returned for a touchdown. The Ravens (4-6 SU, 5-4-1 ATS) lost a heartbreaker in overtime at Chicago 23-20, where the weather played a significant roll resulting in a two hour delay.
Tennessee at Oakland (-1.5, 40.5) 4:05 PM EST
The Tennessee Titans will try to rebound from their Thursday night loss to the Colts as they face the Oakland Raiders. The Titans (4-6 SU, 5-3–2 ATS) are currently three games back in the AFC South and are in danger of falling out of the playoff picture. The Raiders (4–6 SU, 7–3 ATS) are coming off a win at Houston that saw rookie Matt McGloin throw 3 touchdowns in his first NFL start.
Indianapolis at Arizona (-2.5, 44.5) 4:05 PM EST
The Arizona Cardinals (6-4 SU, 6-4 ATS) have won three straight, and are currently tied for second in the NFC West. They will look to keep pace in the division as the host the AFC South leading Indianapolis Colts. The Colts (7-3 SU, 5-4-1) put their ugly loss to St. Louis behind them coming up victorious over Tennessee last Thursday night 30-27. Carson Palmer threw for a season high 419 yards against Jacksonville, with the main recipient being Michael Floyd, with 6 receptions for 193 yards.
Dallas at New York (N) (-2.5, 46.5) 4:25 PM EST
In what will be a pivotal NFC East matchup, the Dallas Cowboys will head to Meadowlands to take on the New York Giants. Don’t look know, but after the 0-6 start, the Giants have risen from the dead. New York (4–6 SU, 4–6 ATS) won their fourth game in a row with a 27-13 victory. Dallas (5-5 SU, 7-3) comes into this matchup off the bye week and significant injuries on defense. Before going into the bye, the Cowboys were blown out in New Orleans 49-17.
Denver (NL) at New England 8:30 PM EST
Tom Brady and Peyton Manning meet for the fourteenth time in their illustrious careers as the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots clash in a marquee AFC matchup. Denver (9–1 SU, 6–4 ATS) comes in to Sunday night with the lead in the AFC West, defeating Kansas City 27-17 last Sunday. New England (7–3 SU, 5–3 ATS) will try to bounce back from a loss at Carolina that ended in a controversial call, or non-call as time expired. The Patriots currently have a two game lead in the AFC East.
Monday Night Football Week 9 NFL Lines For 11/25/2013
San Francisco (-4, 47.5) at Washington 8:40 PM EST
The San Francisco 49ers (6–4 SU, 7–3 ATS) are currently in the midst of a two game losing streak, and will look to right the ship as they take on the Washington Redskins. The 49ers appeared to have the game won in New Orleans last Sunday when Ahmad Brooks sacked Drew Brees and forced a fumble. Unfortunately, a personal foul was called, which lead to New Orleans to tie the game up, and eventually win on a last second field goal. The Redskins (3–7 SU, 3–7 ATS), losers of two in a row, are in danger of falling out of contention in the NFC West. A late comeback attempt last Sunday was unsuccessful as they fell to the Eagles 24-16.
|NFL – WEEK 12 – THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST|
|8:25 PM||107||NEW ORLEANS||-8½-110||o53-110||-410|
|NFL – WEEK 12 – SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH|
|1:00 PM||209||TAMPA BAY||+8-110||o48½-110||+330|
|1:00 PM||215||SAN DIEGO||+4½-110||o42-110||+185|
|1:00 PM||223||NY JETS||+3+105||o39-110||+160|
|NFL – WEEK 12 – MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH|
|8:40 PM||233||SAN FRANCISCO||-6-110||o47-110||-250|
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