CYB NFL Week 12 Best Bets | Lets make some Money
We cap off feast week with some week 12 NFL action. This season is absolutely flying by. Don’t waste one of the few Sundays we have left by not betting. We hit a speed bump last week, but we are still up on the year. We have a great slate of games ahead of us. It’s time to start saving up for Christmas. Let’s ride.
Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants U45.5
We kick off our locks with a matchup from the NFC East. Both of these teams like to run the football. Mainly because their QB’s stink, but still. The Giants might try to shake things up on offense since firing OC Jason Garret and promoting Freddie Kitchens. The last time we saw Kitchens he was running the Browns offense into the ground, so it is unlikely the Giants will become an offensive powerhouse overnight. Games tend to be low-scoring at the Meadowlands. The under is 8-1 in the last nine Giants home games. The total has also gone under in four of the last five games in this divisional matchup. Philly just uncharacteristically put up 40 points against New Orleans, so I’m expecting their offense to come back to Earth here. These two teams will run the ball in order to mask their offensive flaws. Expect a low-scoring rock fight in Jersey.
LA Chargers -2.5 vs. Denver Broncos
The Chargers have been one of the most inconsistent teams in the league, but facing a below-average Broncos team could allow them to build some momentum. Denver is coming off a bye, but I don’t trust them to keep up with LA here. The Broncos are just 2-5 ATS since their 3-0 SU and ATS start to the season. They have also only covered once in their last five games against an AFC team. LA is pretty much the opposite of that. They have covered five games in a row against a divisional opponent. This may be a road game for the Chargers, but being away from home has not had an effect on them. They are an incredible 33-16-3 ATS in their last 52 road games. LA is the superior team and they desperately need to build some momentum. They should be able to do that here. Back the Chargers on the road.
Minnesota Vikings vs. San Francisco 49ers O49
This game features two offenses who are starting to heat up. Much like our first game, both these teams like to run the ball. The only difference is both teams feature elite talent in the running back position. Both Dalvin Cook and Deebo Samuel have enjoyed great success in the last few weeks. This is bad news for both of these defenses because both struggle to stop the run. Minnesota allows 4.8 YPC, while San Fran allows 4.3 YPC. The 49ers have also scored at least 30 points in three of their last four games leading up to this contest. The Vikings have been finding the endzone, as well. They have scored 30 points in two of their last three games. And in the one game they did not reach that mark, they put up 27 on the Chargers. The San Francisco defense struggles to contain the passing game, as well. They have allowed opposing QBs to complete 67.6% of their passes, tied for sixth worst in the NFL. This, combined with a mediocre run defense, should allow opportunities for some big play action plays from Minnesota. This mainly boils down to two great rushing attacks and two very meh defenses. I expect a lot of points and a lot of big plays from both Cook and Samuel. Take the over.
The Rest of the Bunch:
Miami Dolphins +2.5 vs. Carolina Panthers Pittsburgh Steelers +4.5 vs. Cincinnati Bengals Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns U45.5 Seattle Seahawks +2 vs. Washington FT
We have a smaller slate than normal this Sunday due to the Thanksgiving games, but that won’t keep us from making money. I look at this card and see nothing but winners. Feast week may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean our wallets are done eating. Pray for your bookie.
CYB NFL Week 12 Tracking Sheet
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**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.