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NFL Betting – Week 12 Early Picks

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Monday, 23 November 2009 23:08

NFL Betting – Week 12 Early Picks at BSN SportsNFL betting fans have to stay sharp this week, as the Week 12 schedule starts early with three Thanksgiving games this Thursday. Let’s explore some picks for mid week and beyond. 

NFL Picks Parlay for November 26

Packers (no line) over Lions: Aaron Rodgers may finally get some time to throw this week and that’s frightening for Lions fans. That Rodgers has managed a 19:5 touchdown-to-interception ratio despite taking a league-high 43 sacks in 10 games shows you how good he’s been this season; he was sacked 34 times in 16 games last season. Against a Detroit team that doesn’t pressure the quarterback well, Rodgers should have a huge day. The Lions may also lose Matthew Stafford (clavicle) for the matchup so it’s tough to see how they can win this one. 

Raiders (+13.5) over Cowboys: Tony Romo may be starting his usual late-season slide, as he and the Cowboys barely scraped past Washington. Now America’s Team faces a respectable pass defense and a team brimming with confidence after upsetting Cincinnati. I say Dallas wins, but not by two touchdowns.

 

Giants (-6.5) over Broncos: The Broncos are plummeting in the standings and pointing fingers at each other. Since they don’t stop the run well anymore (174 or more yards allowed in three straight games), I don’t like their NFL odds to stop a power-running Giants team will bring major heat against Kyle Orton or Chris Simms. It won’t matter who starts.  

Early pick for November 29

Bills (+3) over Dolphins: There’s no logical reason to pick Buffalo here. The Bills are terrible and especially terrible stopping the run, which doesn’t bode well for their sportsbook hopes against Ricky Williams. But the Bills have a few things going for them: (a) The Dolphins travelling north to play in cold weather; (b) nose tackle Jason Ferguson’s injury leaving a hole in Miami’s run defense; (c) Terrell Owens’ possible short-term resurgence. The Dolphins always seem to do the opposite of what we expect so I’ll pick them to lose this time in my NFL picks.

 
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