NFL Week 12 Las Vegas Odds

NFL Week 12 Las Vegas Point Spread Betting Odds & Totals 11/22/16

How do Las Vegas oddsmakers view the matchups for Week 12 in the NFL? Let's take a look.

According to oddsmakers from Las Vegas sports book MGM Mirage, the Lions are a 2.5-point home favorite versus the Vikings on Thanksgiving Day this Thursday. In the other two games on Turkey Day, the Cowboys are a 7-point favorite over the Redskins in Vegas while the Steelers are now a 3.5-point road favorite at Indianapolis on Thursday night.

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On Sunday, the Chargers and Texans are currently a pick'em in Las Vegas after Houston fell 27-20 to Oakland on Monday night. The Titans are also either a 3 or a 3.5-point road favorite over the Bears, depending on which Vegas sports book you view. The Bills are also -7.5 at home versus the Jaguars in Week 12, while the Ravens are now a 4.5-point favorite in Vegas versus the Bengals after opening as only a field-goal favorite.

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Also on Sunday, the Falcons are a 4.5-point home favorite against the Cardinals at the MGM Mirage sports book, while the Dolphins are -7 versus the visiting 49ers. The Saints are a 7-point home favorite versus Jared Goff and the Rams, while the winless Browns are a 7-point home underdog to the Giants. The Bucs, meanwhile, are a 6-point home dog versus the Seahawks fresh off their upset win over the Chiefs, while the Raiders are a 4-point home favorite versus the Panthers.

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The Patriots will once again be a heavy road favorite. After laying 12 points last week on the road versus the 49ers, the Pats are 8-point road faves versus AFC East rival, the Jets. On Sunday night the Broncos are a 3.5-point home favorite versus the Chiefs in Vegas while the Eagles are a 3.5-point home favorite against the Packers on Monday Night Football this week.

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