Who won Week 12?

Who won Week 12?

Winner: 49ers. After upsetting the Rams on Sunday, San Francisco is now just one game out of the final wild-card spot and when you look at the teams they’re contending with, the 49ers feel like the best bet.

How does NFL Pick spread?

A team favored by -7 must win the game by eight or more points to win the bet. If the team wins by seven, the result is a “push” and the bet is refunded. A spread of +7 means the team must win the game or lose by fewer than seven points to win the bet. A loss by seven would result in a push.

What NFL team is in first place?


1 Football Team .500
2 Cowboys .000
2 Giants .000
3 Eagles .000

Who played quarterback for the Broncos in Week 12?

Kendall Hinton is a 23-year-old undrafted free agent out of Wake Forest, where he played his first three seasons at quarterback before moving to wide receiver for his final two seasons.

What are the NFL picks for Week 12?

Here are the NFL Week 12 picks, betting lines, and odds for Sunday Night Football as of 10:15 PM ET on November 28. It is always an event when the Bears and Packers meet, but as these Week 12 NFL odds demonstrate, this game is not expected to be all that tough for the Packers.

Who are fantasy football picks against the spread for Week 12?

Stefon Diggs should feature prominently against a team that had allowed 18 passing touchdowns prior to NFL Week 11 and is my fantasy football WR1 for Week 12. NFL Week 12 predictions against the spread: The Bills get back to winning ways but fail to cover the spread.

What are the betting lines for Week 12?

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Are there any NFL picks against the spread?

Find out the answers to these questions and more with our NFL picks and predictions against the spread for Week 12. All spread lines are provided by DraftKings and were correct at the time of writing. They are, of course, subject to change the closer we get to kickoff.