Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 12 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook. All times Eastern.
Thursday, December 7th
Dallas (-3.5, 51.5) at Chicago 8:25 PM NFL Network
The Dallas Cowboys will look to rebound from their 33-10 Thanksgiving Day loss to Philadelphia when they take on the struggling Chicago Bears, who were also dismantled on Thanksgiving Day by Detroit.
Sunday, December 7th
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (-3, 47) 1:00 PM CBS
The 7-5 Pittsburgh Steelers take on the 8-3-1 Cincinnati Bengals in a key AFC North matchup. The Steelers are coming off a 35-32 home loss to New Orleans, while the Bengals won their third straight road game last Sunday, 14-13 over Tampa Bay.
St. Louis (-2.5, 44.5) at Washington 1:00 PM FOX
The two teams involved in the notable RG III trade will meet in the nation’s capital. The Rams are coming off a 52-0 blowout win over Oakland, while Washington was blown out 49-27 in Indianapolis. Strangely enough it will be Colt McCoy starting for Washington.
NY Giants (-1, 46) at Tennessee 1:00 PM FOX
Two struggling teams will meet in Nashville as the 2-9 New York Giants take on the 2-9 Tennessee Titans. The Giants blew a 21 point lead losing to Jacksonville last Sunday, while Tennessee was rocked by Houston 45-21.
Carolina at New Orleans (-10, 49.5) 1:00 PM FOX
The 5-8 New Orleans Saints will look to take control in the putrid NFC South when they host the Carolina Panthers, who have lost 6 games in a row.
NY Jets at Minnesota (-6, 40) 1:00 PM CBS
The Jets continued their losing ways last Monday night losing to Miami 16-13. They’ll try to break their losing skid when they travel to Minnesota to take on the 5-7 Vikings.
Baltimore at Miami (-3, 45.5) 1:00 PM CBS
Two teams in the AFC wildcard hunt will meet in South Florida when the 7-5 Miami Dolphins host the 7-5 Baltimore Ravens, who suffered a setback at home losing to San Diego 34-33.
Indianapolis (-3.5, 49.5) at Cleveland 1:00 PM CBS
It was announced that Brian Hoyer will get the start at quarterback for 7-5 Cleveland, but either way they’ll be up against it when they take on the high octane offense of the Indianapolis Colts, who have won 3 of their last 4.
Tampa Bay at Detroit (-10, 41.5) 1:00 PM FOX
The 8-4 Detroit Lions will look to keep pace in the NFC North when they host the 2-10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who lost at home last Sunday 14-13 to Cincinnati.
Houston (-5, 42.5) at Jacksonville 1:00 PM CBS
The Houston Texans take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in an AFC South tilt. Jacksonville picked up their second win of the season defeating New York 25-24, while Houston dominated Tennessee 45-24.
Buffalo at Denver (-9.5, 47.5) 4:05 PM CBS
The 7-5 Buffalo Bills, winners of 2 in a row, will travel to Denver to take on the 9-3 Broncos. It should be interesting to see how the Broncos’ offensive line will handle the league’s best pass rush.
Kansas City at Arizona (PK, 40.5) 4:05 PM CBS
The Kansas City Chiefs have lost 2 straight and they’ll have a tough time breaking their skid when they take on the 9-3 Arizona Cardinals, who have suddenly lost 2 straight as well. Jamal Charles will have a rough go of it against one of the league’s best run defenses.
Seattle at Philadelphia (-1, 48.5) 4:25 PM FOX
In what could be the marquee matchup in week 14, the Seattle Seahawks and their smothering defense take on the high octane offense of the Philadelphia Eagles. Strange as it may seem, but the Eagles, not the Seahawks have the better pass rush this season.
San Francisco (-8, 41) at Oakland 4:25 PM FOX
Amid rumors of his coaching future, Jim Harbaugh will lead the San Francisco 49ers into Oakland to take on the 1-11 Oakland Raiders in the battle of the bay area.
New England (-3, 51) at San Diego 8:30 PM NBC
New England will look to rebound off their first loss since late September when they take on the surging San Diego Chargers. New England lost at Green Bay 26-21 last Sunday, while San Diego got a come from behind win at Baltimore 34-33.
Monday, September 8th
Atlanta at Green Bay (-12.5, 55) 8:30 PM ESPN
The Green Bay Packers, fresh off a 26-21 victory over New England, will look to keep things rolling when they host the Atlanta Falcons for Monday Night Football. The Falcons are coming off a big win over Arizona, keeping pace with New Orleans in the NFC South.