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NFL Betting – Week 12 Weekend Quick Picks

Written by Gaby Varji   
Friday, 27 November 2009 21:53

NFL Betting – Week 12 Weekend Quick Picks at BSN SportsNFL odds weren’t too kind to us on Thanksgiving Day but that doesn’t mean history has to repeat itself this weekend. Here are some quick picks to consider for Week 12.  

Rams (+3) over Seahawks: It feels funny to trust the Rams with your NFL picks but I like them at home against the Seahawks, who are winless on the road. St. Louis is starting to find an offensive groove as Steven Jackson is a beast and Brandon Gibson is emerging as a go-to receiver. The Seahawks are beaten down and dejected after they entered 2009 with high expectations whereas the Rams have nowhere to go but up. They’re in a better place mentally and should triumph on Sunday. 

Titans (-3) over Cardinals: Is there a hotter team out there than Tennessee? They’ve found their confidence and haven’t lost since Vince Young took over at quarterback. Arizona’s run defense has usually been good this season but it faltered against an elite group like Carolina and now faces the league’s No. 1 rushing attack from Tennessee. I like the Titans to pressure Kurt Warner, run like crazy and extend that winning streak to five.

 

Bears (-11) over Vikings: The Minnesota Vikings should win this game. Brett Favre is carving up defenses like crazy and Minnesota’s start-studded front seven should have its way with a struggling Chicago O-line. However, as good as the Vikings are, they giving up lots of passing yards – over 230 per game. Jay Cutler should thus overcome his usual bevy of mistakes and make some big plays against the Vikes. That will keep Chicago within that big spread in a divisional NFL betting battle.  

Saints (-1.5) over Patriots: Many online betting sharps are piling onto the Brady Mystique bandwagon, feeling he’s the man to dethrone the Saints. But wasn’t he also supposedly the man to dethrone the Colts? He did his part, just like he’ll do his part on Monday, but the Pats couldn’t keep Indy off the board in crunch time. Against the Saints’ NFL-leading offense, I think New England will have the same problem. They’re 1-3 on the road and may not realize just how good New Orleans is until Monday night.

 
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