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Best NFL Bets Week 12: Picks, Predictions & Schedules

NFL Schedule Week 12 – Game info - Bills at Eagles

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Buffalo Bills (6-5) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (9-1)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 26
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Bills vs. Eagles Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 12

Moneyline: Buffalo Bills +150, Philadelphia Eagles -170
Spread: Bills +3.5 (-115), Eagles -3.5 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 48.5 points

Bills at Eagles Preview

The Buffalo Bills returned to their dominant ways last weekend in routing the New York Jets 32-6 at home. The win was badly needed in order for Buffalo to remain within reach of the Miami Dolphins in the AFC East and because this weekend marks the beginning of a very difficult portion of the schedule for quarterback Josh Allen and the Bills.

Buffalo starts its tough stretch on the road at Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon. Then, following a bye week, the Bills will head west to play the Kansas City Chiefs on Dec. 10, host the Cowboys on Dec. 17, and fly to Los Angeles to face QB Justin Herbert and the Chargers in a Saturday night game on Dec. 23.

Winning two of these four upcoming games would have to feel like a pretty good outcome for the Bills. They will go after the first of those wins against the Eagles and their new MVP favorite, Jalen Hurts, at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday afternoon.

Buffalo had appeared a little out of sorts before its game with the Jets. Things are still far from perfect for the Bills’ offense, but they at least looked rejuvenated with new interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady calling the plays.

Allen threw for 275 yards, three touchdowns, and one pick against the Jets defense, which isn’t easy to do. He will now face an Eagles unit that has allowed almost 300 passing yards per game over its last three outings.

It’s no secret that the Eagles’ defense hasn’t been up to its own standards this year, and they were one Marquez Valdes-Scantling catch away from losing to the Chiefs on Monday Night Football.

It wasn’t a flawless win, since A.J. Brown had only one reception and Hurts threw for just 150 yards, but it was a win nonetheless, which is all that really matters at this point in the season.

Bills at Eagles Predictions and Pick

The Eagles are favored here by 3.5 points, and they have covered the spread in three of their last four games. The fourth game in that stretch ended up as a push when Philadelphia beat the Washington Commanders by seven points.

That said, Philly has been allowing some serious passing yardage, and Buffalo QB Josh Allen is one of the best in the league at moving the football down the field. Bills fans will be hoping that Allen feels more comfortable working under new offensive coordinator Joe Brady and can eliminate turnovers from his game. If he can do that, the Bills have a shot at winning in Philadelphia.

Still, this is a tough road game for Buffalo, and even if Allen has a strong day throwing the football, I’m not sure the Bills’ defense is quite up to the task against this diverse and dynamic Eagles offense.

Buffalo is 1-6 against the spread over its last seven games and just 1-3 on the road this year. Philly wins and covers here.

The Pick: Philadelphia Eagles -3.5 (-105)

NFL Schedule Week 12 – Game info - Chiefs at Raiders

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Kansas City Chiefs (7-3) vs. Las Vegas Raiders (5-6)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 26
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Venue: Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nev.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Chiefs vs. Raiders Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 12

Moneyline: Kansas City Chiefs -400, Las Vegas Raiders +310
Spread: Chiefs -9 (-110), Raiders +9 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 43.5 points

Chiefs at Raiders Preview

The Raiders’ defense struggled against the Miami Dolphins last Sunday, but Las Vegas still covered the spread in a 20-13 loss. In my view, that had more to do with the Dolphins hindering themselves than with the Raiders applying great pressure in the game.

Las Vegas defensive end Maxx Crosby was kept quiet all afternoon, and since he couldn’t generate his usual pressure, Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa and Co. had time to throw the football downfield. Crosby will look to have more of an impact against the Chiefs’ offensive line, particularly since his rivalry with Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes is well documented in the AFC West.

Raiders quarterback Aidan O’Connell has had moments of greatness in his young NFL career -- highlighted by his sweet 46-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams against the Dolphins. However, the good comes with the bad, because O’Connell also threw two picks to Miami’s Jalen Ramsey.

The first Ramsey interception was a pass O’Connell was late in throwing. Ramsey undercut a hitch route over the middle of the field to regain possession for the Dolphins. The Raiders rookie QB certainly won’t be able to afford those sorts of mistakes against the Chiefs, whose talented young secondary has been playing tight man-coverage all season.

Although I don’t mean to repeat myself too many times this season, I have to again note that the Chiefs’ offense still looks like it’s off its game. Running back Isiah Pacheco was the unsung hero for Kansas City in the loss to Philadelphia, carrying the football 19 times for 89 hard-earned yards while his team’s passing game continued to struggle.

Whether it’s the absence of former offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, who left Kansas City for Washington, a lack of experience at wide receiver, or something related to Mahomes, the Chiefs’ offense just isn’t rolling they way it has in recent years. Tight end Travis Kelce ended up with seven catches for 44 yards and a touchdown, but his impact in the Monday night game was severely limited until the fourth quarter.

Kansas City will try to figure it out against the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, but this matchup is by no means the cakewalk one might expect with Mahomes going up against O’Connell in Vegas.
Chiefs at Raiders Predictions and Pick

I have the Chiefs winning this game, and while I think it will be closer than Kansas City would like it to be, I believe they will also cover the spread.

Kansas City went into Allegiant Stadium back in January and came away with a 31-13 win as 9-point favorites. The line is the same for this one. The score should be a little closer, but it will again go the Chiefs’ way.

Las Vegas’ players are certainly more willing to show up for interim head coach Antonio Pierce than they were for Josh McDaniels. Holding the Dolphins to a seven-point margin of victory with a late shot to square Sunday’s game was a pretty impressive performance.

Backing this Kansas City team to score points and win by double digits is certainly a risk right now, but these division rivals know each other well. The Chiefs have blown the Raiders out three times in the last five meetings, with Mahomes and Co. winning all five of those games.

The Pick: Kansas City Chiefs -9 (-110)

NFL Schedule Week 12 – Game info - Ravens at Chargers

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Baltimore Ravens (8-3) vs. Los Angeles Chargers (4-6)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 26
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Venue: SoFi Stadium, in Inglewood, Calif.
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Ravens vs. Chargers Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 12

Moneyline: Baltimore Ravens -188, Los Angeles Chargers +150
Spread: Ravens -3.5 (-110), Chargers +3.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 46.5 points

Ravens at Chargers Preview

Los Angeles Chargers head coach Brandon Staley is on the hot seat right now, and he came away from last weekend's loss at Green Bay visibility agitated. Staley, who snapped at reporters in his postgame press conference, remains adamant that he will continue calling the plays on defense despite the Chargers’ ongoing struggles in that area.

The Chargers are allowing opponents an average of 393 total yards per game so far this season, second to only Denver, and Los Angeles ranks as the NFL’s worst team at defending against the pass. Adding insult to injury, linebacker Joey Bosa was placed on injured reserve Wednesday with a foot sprain suffered last weekend, and the Chargers will now be without one of their biggest difference-makers on the defensive side of the ball.

To their credit, the Chargers would likely have won on Sunday if rookie wide receiver Quentin Johnston hadn’t let quarterback Justin Herbert’s spiral slip between his fingers in the final moments. However, some people might argue that the game should never have come down to that play in the first place.

It’s clear that the Chargers’ offense is struggling to find difference-makers other than wide receiver Keenan Allen. Johnston hasn’t had the impact one would hope for from a rookie drafted in the first round. Mike Williams went down early in the year, and fellow receiver Josh Palmer has also been dealing with injuries. Even running back Austin Ekeler looks a little tired out there.

Defensively, the Chargers allowed Packers QB Jordan Love to throw for 322 yards and two touchdowns. Considering the Packers’ offensive struggles this year, giving up that much passing yardage was a nightmare for Los Angeles. The Chargers now find themselves 4-6 and perhaps only one or two losses away from being kicked out of the playoff race.

Unfortunately, life is not going to get any easier for the Chargers defense, because the Baltimore Ravens are coming to town on Sunday. Baltimore boasts the NFL’s third-highest scoring offense this season with a host of talent available at wide receiver. The Ravens’ pass-catching weapons include dynamic rookie Zay Flowers and veteran Odell Beckham Jr. They have enabled quarterback Lamar Jackson to have a field day throwing the football on multiple occasions this year.

Jackson threw for 264 yards and two touchdowns against the Bengals in his last start, a Thursday night game on Nov. 16, although Baltimore lost star tight end Mark Andrews to an ankle injury early in that game. Andrews’ absence is expected to leave a mark on the Ravens’ offensive efficiency, which has been questionable at times this season even with him on the field.

It feels as if Baltimore is on the verge of establishing its offense as one of the league's best, but the Ravens still need to find a level of consistency. If they can do that in time for the playoffs, they will have as good a chance as anybody when it comes to going all the way.

Jackson and the Ravens’ offense are supported by one of the league's better defenses, which has now turned in standout performances against both the Detroit Lions and Seattle Seahawks -- teams Baltimore held to just three points.

Their 366.5 average total yards of offense per game has made the Ravens the third-best team in football in that category, and if any defense is capable of stunting Justin Herbert and his group of receivers, it's Baltimore’s.

Ravens at Chargers Predictions and Pick

I don’t love this game for the Chargers. In my mind, Los Angeles’ only saving grace would be the Ravens’ potential struggle dealing with the absence of tight end Mark Andrews.

The Chargers’ offense has proven to be too reliant on wide receiver Keenan Allen at times, and you can bet that’s where the Ravens’ defensive focus will be for all four quarters on Sunday. They will force L.A. quarterback Justin Herbert to try and beat them by having to go to his second and third options, which have been largely inconsistent this season.

Meanwhile, when QB Lamar Jackson and the Ravens’ offense have the ball, they’ll be picking their way down the field against a Chargers defense that looks confused and often lost. This group missed several assignments last Sunday against the Packers. Struggling to communicate, the Chargers once again looked easy to beat under head coach Brandon Staley’s play-calling.

Staley isn’t going to like it, but I think Baltimore embarrasses his team here. The Ravens are 7-4 against the spread, while the Chargers are 3-6-1 and have not covered against a team with a winning record since a game against the Vikings in September.

The Pick: Baltimore Ravens -3.5 (-110)

NFL Schedule Week 12 – Game info - Jaguars at Texans

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Jacksonville Jaguars (7-3) vs. Houston Texans (6-4)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 26
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Jaguars vs. Texans Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 12

Moneyline: Jacksonville Jaguars -120, Houston Texans +100
Spread: Jaguars -1.5 (-110),Texans +1.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 48.5 points

Jaguars at Texans Preview

This is a fascinating matchup in Houston between the team currently leading the AFC South and the team snapping at its heels.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are now 7-3 after winning six of their last seven games, including a much-needed bounce-back win over Tennessee after an embarrassing home loss to San Francisco. The Jags blew the Titans out of the water for almost four whole quarters last Sunday, as quarterback Trevor Lawrence completed 24 of 32 passes for 262 yards and two touchdowns.

Jacksonville wide receiver Calvin Ridley rebounded from a tough week vs. the 49ers to catch seven passes for 103 yards and two touchdowns against the Titans, and the Jaguars really made a statement with their 34-14 win.

The Jaguars now go on the road to face rookie quarterback sensation C.J. Stroud and the Houston Texans for the second time this season. The first meeting didn’t go Jacksonville’s way at all. The Jags lost to the Texans 37-17 in Week 3 at home -- allowing Stroud to throw for 280 yards and two touchdowns.

A Jacksonville loss here would not only put both teams at 7-4, but it would also give the Texans the clear head-to-head advantage if the division title should come down to a tiebreaker.

The scary part is that Stroud has continued to improve from what was already impressive early-season form when he beat the Jags last time, although he had a rough afternoon as far as turnovers go in the Texans’ 21-16 win over the Cardinals last Sunday. Stroud came into that game having only been intercepted twice on the season, but he was picked off three times by Arizona.

While it wasn’t a perfect afternoon for Stroud, the QB phenom did throw for 336 yards and two touchdowns to come away with the win. It was the first time he had thrown multiple picks in a game, so I guess we can give him a pass this time.

Houston wide receiver Nico Collins returned from his calf injury to make seven catches for 65 yards and a touchdown against Arizona, and the Texans appear to have landed a true superstar in rookie receiver Tank Dell, who caught eight passes for 149 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win.

Jaguars at Texans Predictions and Pick

I was honestly surprised to see the Texans come into this one as a slight underdog. Houston has been labeled the underdog six times this season but has covered the spread each of the last five times and won four of those games.

The Texans have won four of their last five games overall, while the Jags have won six of their last seven. Something has got to give on Sunday afternoon when these two AFC South contenders play a critical game.

I’m going for the over in this one. Houston has averaged 30 points per game in its last three, and the Jags just put on a very impressive offensive display against the Titans. This should be a back-and-forth game with the potential for plenty of scoring, so clearing the 48.5 line looks good to me. 

The Pick: Over 48.5 Points (-110)

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