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NFL Thanksgiving Day Odds, How To Watch, Stream: Expert Picks, Best Bets, Teasers, Survivor Picks & More

NFL Thanksgiving Day Odds, How To Watch, Stream: Expert Picks, Best Bets, Teasers, Survivor Picks & More

How about a little football game before Thanksgiving dinner? The NFL has a triple-header on a holiday Thursday, featuring plenty of playoff contenders and Super Bowl threats. In fact, the winning percentage between these teams is .650 the second largest since the league expanded to three games on Thanksgiving. Five of the six teams playing on Thanksgiving also own a league-tying winning record.

As we do every week, we’ve collected all the best Thanksgiving picks and gambles from CBSSports.com and SportsLine and put them in one place so you can get picks from our CBS Sports experts. as well as additional featured content for each game, including plays from SportsLine’s top experts and the SportsLine projection model, best bets from our staff, survivor picks and more.

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Time: Thursday, 12:30 p.m. ET (CBS), airing on Paramount+ (Click here)
Open: Accounts -10
Current: Accounts -9.5

Selected game | Detroit Lions vs. Buffalo Bills

“There’s a lot of offense in this game. Both teams can score, but the Bills can really score. They will put a large amount here, because Josh Allen wins second straight game in Detroit after beating Brown last week in the same building. The track is fast and bills can fly. Lions can’t keep up”— Pete Prisco, senior NFL analyst for CBS Sportsbills cover spreads of 9.5 points, and this game is well over the total spread of 54.5.

“The Lions have played the last few weeks but I just find it hard to bet against Josh Allen with this line under the double digits. Yes, Detroit’s defense played better in the previous three games, but it was against Packers, bears and Giants. Buffalo’s offense is a completely different animal. Allen has traditionally played well on Thanksgiving as the Bills have gone 2-0 in both games and QB has registered a 100+ passer rating in each contest. While I believe Buffalo’s offense can get into the 30s indoors at Ford Field, I don’t see the Lions doing it in this setting. In particular, I have doubts because of the protection before Jared Gough. According to Pro Football Focus, Detroit is the 24th ranked team in pass blocking in the NFL this season. Meanwhile, Buffalo is the third-best passing team in the league by the same scoring system.” — CBS Sports Tyler Sullivan on why he takes the -9.5 Bills as one of the best bets for Week 12.

“Allen has actually only crossed that line once in the last four games, but I think he’s hitting here against a bad defense. The star quarterback is averaging a career-high 293 assists per game this season.” — CBS Sports NFL betting guru Jordan Dajani why the likes Josh Allen to top his 281.5 passing yards at -127.

“On paper, this looks like a game the Lions have zero chance of winning, but if I’ve learned one thing in my life about choices NFL games, teams always seem to win when you think they have zero chance of winning, especially when they’re coached by a guy whose most famous quote involves biting off kneecaps. I have no idea what Dan Campbell eats at his house on Thanksgiving, but there’s a 50% chance it’s kneecaps.

“The big problem in this game for the Lions is that they have one of the worst defenses in the NFL this year and they will be playing a Bills offense that has been one of the best. The Lions have given up the most yards per game and the most points per game, which is definitely not a good combination when the team you play for ranks second in both points and yards per game.

“If this game was played four weeks ago, I probably would have picked the Bills by 30, but the Lions are suddenly one of the most popular teams in football. Combine that with the fact that the Bills have been in a bit of an offensive rut, and it’s a recipe for a game that could go down to the wire. I told you we’d talk about recipes.” — CBS Sports NFL Writer and Pick Six Podcast Co-Host Jon Brich on why he’s picking the Bills to beat the Lions, 30-27.

Time: Thursday, 4:30 p.m. ET (Fox), broadcast on fuboTV (try it for free)
Open: Cowboys -7
Current: Cowboys -9

Selected game | Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants

“This has the makings of a Cowboys rout, almost identical to Dallas’ 40-3 win over Minnesota just a few days ago. New York showed some cracks in its foundation in the loss to Detroit and lost several key contributors , including the best cornerback A fan of Jackson. That should allow the Cowboys’ offense to keep humming along, but it’s their defense that can really put the game away. The Giants allow the second highest pressure rate (45%) at NFL this season, while the Cowboys are putting the most pressure on opposing quarterbacks in the league. In Week 3, Dallas pressed Daniel Jones 27 wins, third most in any game this season. With the Giants in the same shape and Dallas playing at a championship level, they’re going to win this one by double digits.” By CBS Sports NFL Tyler Sullivan on why he’s taking Dallas to cover against New York as one of his five locks of the week.

SportsLine’s projection model, which simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, enters Week 12 of the 2022 NFL season with an incredible 155-109 top-ranked record NFL draft picks which dates back to the 2017 season. The model is now looking at a Thanksgiving six-footer that will pay nearly 50-1. One of those milestones is 45+ points in a Cowboys-Giants game. As for the rest, you will need to go to SportsLine.

“When these two teams met in week three, Cowboys won 23-16 and that was it Cooper Rush. The Cowboys were sacked in that game Daniel Jones five times and picked him off once and I think we’ll see more of the same on Thursday. The Cowboys have won 10 of the last 11 games in this streak and I don’t see that streak ending this week.

“This is the first time these two teams have played on Thanksgiving since 1992. Thirty years ago, the Cowboys crushed the Giants 30-3, then won Super Bowl in two months. I’m not saying it’s going to happen this year, but I’m not saying that.”– John Breach of CBS Sports on why he likes the Cowboys to beat the Giants, 31-17.

“The Giants are coming off the back of a terrible performance at home against the Lions, which means they may have been expecting this. The Cowboys rectified the situation with a blowout victory over Vikings. The defense dominated, it will dominate here as well. The Giants are too limited on offense.” — CBS Sports Senior NFL Analyst Pete Prisco says the Cowboys’ defense will lead them to victory again.

Broncos in Titans

Time: Thursday, 8:20 p.m. ET (NBC), broadcast on fuboTV (try it for free)
Open: Vikings -3.5
Current: Vikings -3

Selected game | Minnesota Vikings vs. New England Patriots

SportsLine’s projection model simulated NFL Thanksgiving games 10,000 times and studied dozens of player props from Caesars Sportsbook. We can tell you that the model says that Vikings WR Jefferson is over 88.5 receiving yards (-117) and the model projects him to finish with an average of 99. However, the model also says that another star tops his total and offers one prop with a cash payout. To see what it is go check SportsLine.

“To me, this is the most intriguing Thanksgiving game. For the last time Patriots played on Thanksgiving, they won New York Jets 49-19 on the Butt Fumble. Speaking of beating Jet planes, which is what the Patriots did last week on an 84-yard punt return touchdown with five seconds left in the fourth quarter. They looked like the better team all day, but it took an incredibly long time for them to prove it. I thought Mc Jones was normal. He completed 23 of 27 passes for 246 yards, Jones’ highest completion percentage of the season (85.2%). The wind played a part in this match but the defense was outstanding. They fired Zach Wilson four times and allowed just 103 yards of total offense! U ranking of teams competing for wild card spots in the AFC, I actually have the Patriots at No. 2. They could go in the second half — just like they did last year.

“As far as the Vikings go, yeah, that 40-3 loss to the Cowboys is going to take some time to get over. However, they can take a page out of the Cowboys’ book and make everyone forget about it with a dominant win. on Thanksgiving Day. Even with Dalvin Cook and Justin Jefferson, I can’t help but be impressed by New England’s defense. That unit has scored just 7.7 points per game over the last three contests and is allowing a 19 percent conversion rate on third downs over the same span. The Patriots have the second-highest pressure rating in the NFL this season, while the Vikings are allowing the fifth-highest pressure rating. I will say that of the three Thanksgiving contests, I’m the least confident about this one when it comes to picking a side. I’ll take the Patriots to surprise here, and I like the Over.” — CBS Sports’ Jordan Dajani smacks of an upset in Minnesota as the SU Patriots beat the Vikings in the Thanksgiving finale and also hit the Over.

RJ White, fantasy and gambling editor for CBS Sports, consistently ranks as SportsLine’s #1 NFL pundit. In addition to owning 445-378-24 in his ATS picks from 2017-21, he was especially sharp when it came to the Vikings. White is 52-28-4 (+$2,053) in his last 84 games with Minnesota, so you’ll want to know what he’s up to on Thursday night. To see this selection, go to SportsLine.

“The Vikings were embarrassed at home on Sunday, losing to the Cowboys.” They will play back and play better here. New England’s offense is struggling, but the defense is playing well. Regardless, I think the Vikings will respond offensively. in this to win it. The Patriots offense is bad.” — CBS Sports Senior NFL Analyst Pete Prisco on why he’s picking the Vikings to beat New England by 10 in the Thanksgiving finale.





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