The Daily Dollar: NFL Best Bets for Week 12 (11/28)by Sam Schneider November 28, 2021 0 comments
Three NFL games are already finished, but we still have some excellent gambling opportunities on this glorious football Sunday. I hope everyone had an enjoyable (and perhaps profitable) Thanksgiving. If not, never fear. The Daily Dollar is going to gobble up some best bets on this football Sunday. There are some tasty leftovers on the slate that Vegas got wrong, so let’s take advantage.
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Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals u44 (-110)
This lines up to be a typical AFC North battle. While the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns face off, these two teams will match up in their traditional ball-control battle. Joe Mixon got 30 carries last week against the Las Vegas Raiders. Najee Harris has averaged 22 carries in the last six games, while only carrying the ball 12 times against the Los Angeles Chargers last Sunday. Expect both backs to be leaned upon in a ground-and-pound game that the Bengals and Steelers are used to employing against one another. The clock is going to tick in a hurry in what might be the fastest game in Week 12.
Book it: Bengals and Steelers under 44 points scored
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -3 (-110) at Indianapolis Colts
This is arguably the biggest whiff by Vegas on today’s slate. The game is in Indianapolis, where the Colts have three wins, but those wins were against Jacksonville, Houston. and the New York Jets. Not a particularly encouraging home-field advantage. Tom Brady and the Buccos smoked the New York Giants last week, and the Colts are complete pretenders. Carson Wentz will likely toss a couple of touchdown passes and Jonathan Taylor may get some running room. However, Indianapolis is going to be terribly outclassed by the defending champions in Indiana.
Bonus bet: Parlay Tampa with the o53. There are going to be some serious points scored in this game.
Book it: Tampa Bay -3 points (-110)
Los Angeles Chargers -2.5 (-110) at Denver Broncos
You have got to be kidding me. Los Angeles’ victory over the Steelers last Sunday was way closer than the score reflects, so they are going into Denver with “make a statement” on their minds against their division rival. Expect Justin Herbert to air the ball out early and often in the the thin Mile-High air, as they continue to pressure Kansas City in the AFC West. The Denver defense is good, but the Chargers are sixth in passing yards and seventh in total yards per game on offense. This is going to get ugly early. Los Angeles blows the Broncos out.
Book it: Los Angeles -2.5 points (-110)
Best of luck to everyone on this November Sunday. If you lost a bundle on the Cowboys on Turkey Day, here’s the perfect opportunity to build your coffers back up. Let’s roll up the dough, put some in our pockets, and come back next weekend to make more. Enjoy a great day of football.
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