NFL ATS Betting Analysis Week 12

NFL ATS Betting Analysis Week 12

NFL Week 12 betting spreads dropped last night even with Monday Night Football still in the sights. Here are all of the early betting spreads you need to target ASAP.

NFL ATS Betting Analysis Week 12

Indianapolis at Houston
8:20 PM ET
NFLN
Houston -6

Deshaun Watson might be the ‘bigger’ name quarterback in this Week 13 AFC South divisional battle, but the Indianapolis Colts just keep finding ways to win with the unheralded Jacoby Brissett under center. Maybe it’s me, but I’m thinking Bill O’Brien’s time is about to come to an end in Houston.

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
1:00 PM ET
CBS
Pittsburgh -7

The Steelers and Mason Rudolph might have looked mostly inept in their nationally-televised loss to Cleveland, but there’s nothing like a date against the pitiful Bengals to get a team back on track!

Seattle at Philadelphia
1:00 PM ET
FOX
Philadelphia -2.5

With losses, this season against the lowly Falcon and Lions, not to mention three defeats in their last five games, Philadelphia is facing a tall order in getting past MVP contender Russell Wilson and a Seattle Seahawks team whose only losses this season have come against two legitimate Super Bowl contenders (New Orleans and Baltimore).

Tampa Bay at Atlanta
1:00 PM ET
FOX
Atlanta -2.5

The Falcons have jumped all over New Orleans and Carolina the last two weeks while allowing just 12 combined points along the way. Now, heading into week 13, taking out the interception-tossing Jameis Winston and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks like a walk in the park.

Miami at Cleveland
1:00 PM ET
FOX
Cleveland -10.5

The Browns may have won two straight, but Baker Mayfield and company haven’t exactly looked overpowering in subduing the Bills and beat-up Steelers the last two weeks. Miami is actually looking relatively competent the last three weeks and an ATS cover as a double-digit road dog looks quite possible for the rebuilding Fins.

Carolina at New Orleans
1:00 PM ET
CBS
New Orleans -6.5

At this points of the season, Kyle Allen has been anointed as Carolina’s future starter while rumors suggest Cam Newton’s time has come to an end with the Panthers. The bad news though, is that Allen has looked completely and utterly pedestrian as Carolina has dropped two straight and three of four while getting held to 16 points or less in each loss.

Jacksonville at Tennessee
4:05 PM ET
CBS
Tennessee -2.5

The return of veteran Nick Foles didn’t help Jacksonville at all as they got blown out by Indianapolis on Sunday. Still, I’m going with the Super Bowl-winning signal-caller to outplay Ryan Tannehill or whoever starts under center for the mediocre Titans in this AFC South divisional battle.

Dallas at New England
4:25 PM ET
FOX
New England -7

The Cowboys picked up a big win against the lowly Lions on Sunday to give their playoff hopes a big boost, but Dallas underachieves at the worst possible time and I don’t see them challenging New England in Week 13 no matter how many rose-colored glasses I put on.

Green Bay at San Francisco
8:20 PM ET
NBC
San Francisco -4

The Niners are playing at home in a ‘Game of the week’ kind of matchup, but I’m expecting the difference in this matchup of legitimate NFC title contenders to be the fact that the Packers have an MVP-caliber superstar under center in Aaron Rodgers while the Niners have what everyone now knows is a good, but certainly not great, Jimmy G leading the way.

Baltimore at LA Rams
8:15 PM ET
ESPN
Baltimore -2

Well, it looks like everyone else has finally figured out how to stop Sean McVay’s potent offense. Jared Goff is completely mediocre while Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson suddenly looks like one of, if not the, best young signal-callers in all of football. Despite being on the road, the Ravens add to the Super Bowl legitimacy!