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NFL Week 12: Schedule, Odds, Games to watch

Week 12 in the NFL is a special one, as fans can enjoy their Thanksgiving leftovers with another action-packed few days of football.

None of the 32 NFL teams have their byes this week, and we have three games to look forward to on Thursday as Thanksgiving week gets off to a flying start.

The NFL's first ever "Black Friday Game" sees the Miami Dolphins face the New York Jets in an all-AFC East battle, while there are no fewer than 10 games on Sunday's schedule.

Week 12 Schedule, TV, Odds

Game

Date

Location

Time (ET)

TV

Odds

Green Bay Packers @ Detroit Lions

Thursday, November 23rd

Ford Field

12.30pm

Fox

Lions -7

Washington Commanders @ Dallas Cowboys

Thursday, November 23rd

AT&T Stadium

4.30pm

CBS

Cowboys -11

San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks

Thursday, November 23rd

Lumen Field

8.20pm

NBC

49ers -6.5

Miami Dolphins @ New York Jets

Friday, November 24th

MetLife Stadium

3pm

Amazon Prime

Dolphins -10

Carolina Panthers @ Tennessee Titans

Sunday, November 26th

Nissan Stadium

1pm

Fox

Titans -3.5

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Houston Texans

Sunday, November 26th

NRG Stadium

1pm

CBS

Jaguars -1.5

New England Patriots @ New York Giants

Sunday, November 26th

MetLife Stadium

1pm

Fox

Patriots -3

New Orleans Saints @ Atlanta Falcons

Sunday, November 26th

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

1pm

Fox

Falcons -1

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals

Sunday, November 26th

Paycor Stadium

1pm

CBS

Steelers -1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Indianapolis Colts

Sunday, November 26th

Lucas Oil Stadium

1pm

CBS

Colts -2.5

Cleveland Browns @ Denver Broncos 

Sunday, November 26th

Empower Field at Mile High

4.05pm

Fox

Broncos -2.5

Los Angeles Rams @ Arizona Cardinals

Sunday, November 26th

State Farm Stadium

4.05pm

Fox

Rams -1

Buffalo Bills @ Philadelphia Eagles

Sunday, November 26th

Lincoln Financial Field

4.25pm

CBS

Eagles -3.5

Kansas City Chiefs @ Las Vegas Raiders

Sunday, November 26th

Allegiant Stadium

4.25pm

CBS

Chiefs -9.5

Baltimore Ravens @ Los Angeles Chargers

Sunday, November 26th

SoFi Stadium

8.20pm

NBC

Ravens -4

Chicago Bears @ Minnesota Vikings

Monday, November 27th

U.S. Bank Stadium

8.15pm

ABC

Vikings -3.5

All to play for at top of the NFC West

WhatSan Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks
WhereLumen Field, Seattle, WA
When8.20pm, Thursday November 23rd
How to watchNBC
Odds49ers ML -300, Seahawks ML +240

The San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks will continue their quest to win the NFC West when the two teams meet at Lumen Field on Thursday.

San Francisco are leading the way with a 7-3 record thanks to their successive wins over the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The 49ers scored at least 27 points in those games, and they have now taken control of the division. Seattle are hot on their heels, but Pete Carroll's team lost 17-16 to the Los Angeles Rams last time out, and that defeat could have handed the 49ers the advantage they need to go all the way.

This is the first of two meetings between the two teams in the next three weeks, and the Seahawks will fancy their chances, as they are 4-1 at home.

Browns face tricky Denver trip

WhatCleveland Browns @ Denver Broncos
WhereEmpower Field at Mile High, Denver, CO
When4.05pm, Sunday November 26th
How to watchFox
OddsBrowns ML +115, Broncos ML -135

Two form teams meet on Sunday at Empower Field at Mile High as the Denver Broncos play host to the Cleveland Browns.

The Browns have fought adversity all season long, and they are now without their starting quarterback, Deshaun Watson, and their no.1 running back, Nick Chubb.

With both players out on IR, the Browns had to dig in and fight in their last matchup, and they won a crucial AFC North clash against the Pittsburgh Steelers 13-10. 

The Browns have now won three in a row and five of their last six, and their defense is arguably the best in the NFL.

Cleveland have not traveled well, though; they are 2-2 away from home as they prepare to visit Denver. Sean Payton's team are 3-3 at home, but their recent form is impressive.

The Broncos have won four on the spin, beating the Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills and Minnesota Vikings. They are now back in the playoff talk at 5-5 for the season, and this matchup could go down to the wire, especially with Denver's defense improving each week.

Buffalo have work to do

WhatBuffalo Bills @ Philadelphia Eagles
WhereLincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
When4.25pm, Sunday, November 26th
How to watchCBS
OddsBills ML +155, Eagles ML -175

After their comfortable 32-6 win over the New York Jets, the Buffalo Bills make a trip to Philadelphia to take on the high-flying Eagles.

Jalen Hurts and co are now the best team in the NFL, with their 9-1 record the best of the lot after their 21-17 success over the Chiefs.

The Eagles, who reached last year's NFL Championship, have won four on the spin, and the caliber of the teams they have beaten cannot be ignored. 

As well as the Chiefs, the Eagles have proven too much for the Miami Dolphins and Dallas Cowboys, and the signs look good for Nick Sirianni's team.

Buffalo sacked their offensive coordinator, Ken Dorsey, after their loss to the Broncos, but the decision was vindicated against the hapless Jets.

The Bills can beat anyone on their day, and if Josh Allen can repeat his performance from Sunday, the Eagles will be up against it.

Sunday's clash at Lincoln Financial Field is the best on paper, and it would be a shock to see it fail to live up to the hype. 

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