NFL Week 12 Bookie Betting Preview

NFL Week 12 Betting Preview & Predictions Straight From The Bookies

NFL Week 12 is here. Although 6 teams play in 3 games on Thanksgiving, that won’t preclude online bookies from using per head software to make profit.

NFL Week 12:  Top 4 Sunday Games

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Now, check out the 4 games that bookies are most interested in utilizing software tools for in NFL Week 12.

Seattle Seahawks at Carolina Panthers -3.5

The Seahawks travel to Carolina with a real shot at a wildcard berth. Even though the Rams swept the Seahawks in the NFC West Division, Seattle can still make the postseason.

They must beat Carolina, a team that’s desperate for a victory after losing their last couple of games.

Most like Seattle, which means the Seahawks could create a liability in sportsbooks.

To battle that liability, bookies will use their layoff accounts as well as set max betting limits on the Seahawks to beat the Panthers straight up.

Oakland Raiders at Baltimore Ravens -10.5

Although the spread is massive, most bookies will see a liability created on the Ravens to cover the spread. Oakland won its second game of the season in Week 11.

The Raiders won’t win 2 games in a row while Baltimore’s defense might be the best Oakland has faced this season.

To combat any liabilities, bookies will set max betting limits on Oakland to win while using their layoff accounts. Some risk-taking pay per head agents will go ahead and allow the liability on Baltimore to ride.

Few teams in the NFL can cover a double-digit spread.

Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals -3

NFL bettors are all over the Bengals because of the positive Cincinnati trends in this game. Cincinnati is 9-2 ATS in their last 11 while the Browns are 1-10 against the spread in their last 11 on field turf.

With that being written, some bookies that don’t mind risk could allow any Bengals created liabilities to stand. Cleveland’s a different team now and they battle Cincinnati off a bye.

Those bookies won’t use their layoff accounts.

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles -5.5

As much action is rolling onto the Giants as it is onto the Eagles in this Week 12 matchup.

All bookmakers should have max betting limits in place on the Giants moneyline. They’ll also use their layoff accounts no matter which team creates a spread betting liability.

Good luck out there!

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