NFL Thanksgiving Week Early Trending Odds

NFL Thanksgiving Week Trending Odds

Who is ready for Thanksgiving Week football? Here are the top opening NFL trending odds that you need to check out before the early bets start shifting odds.

NFL Thanksgiving Week Early Trending Odds

Thursday, November 28

Chicago at Detroit PK
at 12:30 PM ET

Mitch Trubisky might be Chicago’s Achilles heel, but without Matthew Stafford under center, the desperate Bears look like the easy pick in this longtime NFC North division rivalry – or maybe you missed Jeff Driskel’s inept performance against Washington in Week 12.

Buffalo at Dallas -7.5
at 4:30 PM ET

The Cowboys might be playing at home, but beating Josh Allen and the resilient Bills by eight points definitely looks like too tall a task for Dallas on Thanksgiving Day.

Sunday, December 1, 2019

San Francisco at Baltimore -4.5
at 1:00 PM ET

This Week 13 matchup could very well turn out to be a preview of this season’s Super Bowl. Frisco looked fantastic in their Sunday night win over Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, but Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have won seven straight. This inter-conference clash looks like a classic field goal finish to me.

Tennessee at Indianapolis –½
at 1:00 PM ET

After opening up a can on Jacksonville on Sunday to the tune of 42 points, the Titans have scored a whopping 77 points over their last two games. Indy has dropped three of four, but the Colts are completely desperate right now and they’ve won three straight over Tennessee.

Green Bay -7.5 at NY Giants
at 1:00 PM ET

Daniel Jones and the G-Men put up a valiant effort against Chicago before falling on Sunday. It won’t matter much as Aaron Rodgers and a Packers team that has dropped two of three takes out their frustration for the emphatic road win.

Cleveland at Pittsburgh -2.5
at 1:00 PM ET

Baker Mayfield and the Browns have won three straight including their now, infamous 21-7 ‘helmet-swinging’ smackdown win over Pittsburgh two weeks ago. Pittsburgh will likely make a change at quarterback to Devlin Hodges after benching the ineffective Mason Rudolph on Sunday. Make no mistake about it, this Week 13 AFC North battle is must-see TV!

LA Rams -4 at Arizona
at 4:05 PM ET

There should probably be a missing person’s report out on the Rams’ once vaunted offense (24.3 ppg) at this stage of the 2019 campaign. Despite dropping three straight, I’m thinking elusive rookie Kyler Murray and the Cardinals look quite dangerous at home in this NFC West matchup.

Oakland at Kansas City -9
at 4:25 PM ET

Derek Carr and the Raiders looked completely inept in their stunning 34-3 blowout loss against the Jets on Sunday. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are coming off a bye and look like they’ll easily duplicate their convincing 28-10 Week 2 win in this AFC West rivalry.

New England -4.5 at Houston
at 8:20 PM ET

The Texans might be playing at home and they might have an MVP-caliber superstar in quarterback Deshaun Watson. No matter. While Tom Brady doesn’t have many dangerous weapons at his disposal, the Patriots, led by their stingy defense, are still the pick to get it done against the wildly inconsistent Texans in Week 13.

Monday, December 2

Minnesota at Seattle -2.5
at 8:15 PM ET

Minnesota has won two straight and six of their last seven. Kirk cousins and company are also coming into this contest well-rested after getting a bye this past weekend. Still, Seattle has won four straight and Russell Wilson is having another MVP-caliber campaign. Oh, and then there’s the fact that I still don’t trust the mostly mediocre Cousins.