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NFL Football 2023 Week 12 Preview

NFL Football 2023 Week 12 Preview. The top team in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles (9-1), is taking on the Buffalo Bills (6-5). Even though the Eagles have a much better record than the Bills, you can’t count out Buffalo. There’s that much respect for Josh Allen and his roster. But they have a tough road ahead against the Eagles, Chiefs, and Cowboys. I wish them luck.

Week 12 NFL Schedule and Lines

NFL Football 2023 Week 12 Preview

Thursday, November 23

  • Green Bay Packers (4-6) at Detroit Lions (8-2) Lions (-7.5, 46.5)
  • Washington Commanders (4-7) at Dallas Cowboys (7-3) Cowboys (-11, 48.5)    
  • San Francisco 49ers (7-3) at Seattle Seahawks (6-4) 49ers (-7, 43.5)

Friday, November 24

  • Miami Dolphins (7-3) at New York Jets (4-6) Dolphins (-7.5, 41.5)

Sunday, November 26

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-5) at Indianapolis Colts (5-5) Colts (-2, 42.5)
  • New England Patriots (2-8) at New York Giants (3-8) Patriots (-3.5, 33.5)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4) at Cincinnati Bengals (5-5) Steelers (-1, 34.5)
  • Carolina Panthers (1-9) at Tennessee Titans (3-7) Titans (-3.5, 37.5)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (7-3) at Houston Texans (6-4) Jaguars (-1, 46.5)
  • New Orleans Saints (5-5) at Atlanta Falcons (4-6) Falcons (-1, 42.5)
  • Los Angeles Rams (4-6) at Arizona Cardinals (2-9) Cardinals (Pick, 44.5)
  • Cleveland Browns (7-3) at Denver Broncos (5-5) Broncos (-1.5, 36.5)
  • Buffalo Bills (6-5) at Philadelphia Eagles (9-1) Eagles (-3.5, 47.5)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (7-3) at Las Vegas Raiders (5-6) Chiefs (-9, 44.5)
  • Baltimore Ravens (8-3) at Los Angeles Chargers (4-6) Ravens (-4, 46.5)

Monday, November 27

  • Chicago Bears (3-8) at Minnesota Vikings (6-5) Vikings (-3.5, 44.5)

The 49ers Are Back on Everyone’s Radar

The Seahawks are right behind the first-place 49ers in the NFC West, but Brock Purdy has kicked into another gear to propel San Francisco into their next winning streak. Last week, he received a perfect passer rating for his game against the Buccaneers. No other quarterback has done that in San Francisco’s history except Joe Montana in 1989. Purdy has the highest passer completion percentage in the NFL (70.2%) and averages the most yards per attempt (9.7). He sounds like an MVP in the making.

While the 49ers are improving, Seattle is struggling with injuries. Geno Smith was injured in last week’s game but should be returning for Thursday. Kenneth Walker III isn’t as lucky. He left Sunday’s game with an oblique injury and is doubtful against the 49ers.

San Francisco has won the last three meetups with Seattle by averaging 180 rushing yards. If the Seahawks can reduce that number, Purdy will simply work on his passing game. Either way, it doesn’t look good for Seattle. Expect San Francisco to win and cover on Thursday.

Pittsburgh’s Second Chance at Beating a Backup Quarterback

The Steelers couldn’t win against Cleveland and backup QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson, but they think they have a better shot against Cincinnati and backup QB Jake Browning. Pittsburgh’s Kenny Pickett is a better quarterback, but virtually every other aspect of the Bengals is better than the Steelers. That is, except for defensive linebacker T.J. Watt.

If Browning can handle the pressure from Watt, they can win. Otherwise, the Steelers will be the victors while covering the spread.

The Ravens Face an Inconsistent Chargers Team

The Chargers looked good against the Bears, Jets, and Lions before losing a sloppy game against the Packers in Week 11. If they play as well against the Ravens as they did against Detroit, I could see them covering the spread Sunday night.

Lamar Jackson has a 68% completion percentage and is playing at the top of his game. The Chargers’ Justin Hebert has the potential to beat Baltimore, but not while leading a team that’s dealing with injury. Jackson will lead his team to a win and cover the 4-point spread.

Detroit Looks to Make it Six Straight Wins Against Green Bay

The Lions almost lost to the Bears in Week 11, as they were down by 12 points with three minutes left. Although they shouldn’t have been losing in the first place, they made a dramatic comeback and won the game 31-26.

Don’t expect them to make that same mistake against the Packers. Green Bay gives up an average of 134.7 rushing yards per game, which ranks 28th in the NFL. The Lions’ offense ranks fifth in rushing yards per game. From the Lions’ point of view, it’s the perfect combination, and it will give quarterback Jared Goff a break from the passing game and sacks.

Jordan Love has some young targets that are giving Green Bay’s offense a lift. It won’t be enough to win the game or even cover, but it’ll keep the Lions from getting complacent like they did with the Bears. Detroit will make it six straight against Green Bay.

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