Moneyline Upset Alerts NFL Week 12

Moneyline Upset Alerts NFL Week 12

If you want to win big with your NFL Week 12 bets, then use my moneyline upset alerts to make your bets. Happy hunting!

Moneyline Upset Alerts NFL Week 12

New York Giants +215 at Philadelphia Eagles -255
When: Sunday, Nov. 25 at 1:00 pm ET
Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
TV: FOX
Stream: Fox Sports Go

Analysis: Giants at Eagles is an NFL matchup of two teams going in different directions. The New Orleans Saints didn’t just beat the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 11. They dominated the Eagles by winning 48-7.

Granted, the Saints are on a 9-0 streak both SU and ATS, but Philly was supposed to at least hit double-digits on the scoreboard versus New Orleans’ defense. The Eagles only average 20.5 points per game even though quarterback Carson Wentz completes over 72% of his passes.

The Giants have won 2 games in a row. Even though they beat San Francisco and Tampa Bay, NYG looked good doing it. Philly’s reeling. It makes sense to back the hot team.

Week 12 Upset Alert: New York Giants +215

Jacksonville Jaguars -170 at Buffalo Bills +150
When: Sunday, Nov. 18 at 1:00 pm ET
Where: New Era Field, Buffalo, NY
TV: CBS
Stream: CBS Sports

Analysis: The Jaguars did have the Steelers on the ropes in Week 11, but they ended up losing. I’m also not as overly impressed with how Jacksonville played as so many others might be. Jax picked off Ben Roethlisberger 3 times. They still couldn’t put the Steelers away.

Buffalo’s a bad football team, but, amazingly, the Bills rank first in the NFL in yards allowed per game. Jacksonville’s offense already stinks while Buffalo has a decent rushing attack and obliterated the Jets 41-10 before their bye.

Buffalo takes it.

Week 12 Upset Alert: Buffalo Bills +150

Cleveland Browns +138 at Cincinnati Bengals -158
When: Sunday, Nov. 18 at 1:00 pm ET
Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
TV: CBS
Stream: CBS Sports

Analysis: Cincinnati’s defense is historically bad. The Bengals allow 450.6 total yards per game. They rank dead last in the NFL in passing yards allowed and rushing yards allowed. They rank close to last in points allowed.

Opponents average 31.2 per versus the Bengals. Baltimore struggled to beat the Bengals in Week 11, but that’s because Joe Flacco didn’t play. Cincy’s defense was so awful at stopping rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson that Jackson rushed 27 times for 117 yards.

That’s how bad the Bengals are. Baltimore beat them by leaning on their quarterback to rush the football.

Cleveland’s got a decent offense. The Browns could pummel the Bengals by 14 to 17 points.

Week 12 Upset Alert: Cleveland Browns

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