NFL Thanksgiving Odds, How to Watch, Streaming: Expert Picks, Best Bets, Teasers, Survivor Picks and More

NFL Thanksgiving Odds, How to Watch, Streaming: Expert Picks, Best Bets, Teasers, Survivor Picks and More

How about a little football to go along with your Thanksgiving dinner? The NFL has a triple-header on deck for Thursday off, and it features several playoff hopefuls and Super Bowl threats. In fact, the winning percentage between these teams is .650 percent second highest Since the league expanded to three games on Thanksgiving. Five of the six teams playing on Thanksgiving also own a winning record, which ties a league-high.

As we do every week for the entire slate, we’ve collected the best Thanksgiving picks and gambling content from and SportsLine and put them all in one place, so you can pick against the spread from our CBS Sports experts. Plus additional featured content for every game, plays from top SportsLine experts and SportsLine projection models, our staff’s best bets, survival picks and more.

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Time: Thursday, 12:30 pm ET (CBS), stream on Paramount+ (Click here)
Open: Bill-10
Current: Bill -9.5

Featured game | Detroit Lions vs. Buffalo Bills

“It makes for a game with a lot of offense. Both teams can score, but the Bills can really score. They’ll put up a big number here. Josh Allen Won second straight after defeating Detroit Browns Last week in the same building. The track is fast and the bill can fly. The lions will not keep.”— Pete Prisco, CBS Sports Senior NFL AnalystThe Bills cover a 9.5-point spread and this game is going well over a 54.5 total.

“The Lions have been on the move for the past few weeks, but I’m having a hard time betting against them Josh Allen With this line under double figures. Yes, Detroit’s defense played well in its previous three games, but that was against this one Packers, the bear And monster. Buffalo offense is an entirely different animal. Allen has historically played well on Thanksgiving as the Bills are 2-0 SU in both games and the QB has registered a 100+ passer rating in each contest. While I believe Buffalo’s offense can get into the 30s at Ford Field, I don’t see the Lions doing so in this setting. In particular, I doubt it because of the front protection Jared Goff. Detroit graded out as the 24th-ranked pass-blocking team in the NFL this season, according to Pro Football Focus. Meanwhile, Buffalo is the third-best pass rush team in the league under the same grading system.” — CBS Sports’ Tyler Sullivan Why he is taking Bill -9.5 as his best bet for 12 weeks.

“Allen has actually crossed the line just once in the last four games, but I think he hit the over here against a bad defense. The star quarterback is averaging a career-high 293 passing yards per game this season.” — CBS Sports NFL Betting Guru Jordan Dajani Why is it preferred? Josh Allen -127 to go over his 281.5 passing yards prop.

“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 choosing NFL game, it’s the teams that 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 is to bite the knee. I have no idea what Dan Campbell is eating in his house on Thanksgiving Day, but there’s a 50% chance it’s knees off.

“The big problem for the Lions in this game is they have the worst defense in the NFL this year and they’ll 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 and that’s certainly not a good combination when you’re the team that He ranks second in both points scored and yards per game.

“If this game had been played four weeks ago, I probably would have picked the Bills by 30, but the Lions are suddenly one of the hottest teams in football. If you combine that with the fact that the Bills were in a little bit of an offensive rut, that’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 John Breach Why he’s picking the Bills to beat the Lions 30-27.

Time: Thursday, 4:30 pm ET (Fox), stream on fuboTV (Try to be free)
Open: Cowboy-7
Current: Cowboy-9

Featured game | Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants

“It set up a Cowboys loss that was almost identical to Dallas’ 40-3 win over Minnesota a few days ago. New York showed some cracks in its foundation in the loss to Detroit and lost several key contributors, including top cornerback. Adri’ Jackson. That should allow the Cowboys’ offense to continue humming, but it’s their defense that could really put the game away. The Giants are allowing the second highest pressure rate (45%). The NFL This season, when the Cowboys are putting the most pressure on opposing quarterbacks in the league. In Week 3, Dallas pressed on Daniel Jones 27 wins, third-most in any game this season. With the Giants rolling like they are and Dallas playing at a championship-caliber level, they’re going to win this one by double digits.” — CBS Sports NFL writer Tyler Sullivan Why he’s taking Dallas as one of his five locks of the week against New York.

The SportsLine projection model, which simulates each NFL game 10,000 times, top-rated Week 12 of the 2022 NFL season by an incredible 155-109 run. NFL Picks That returned in the 2017 season. Now, the model is eyeing a six-leg Thanksgiving parlay that would pay about 50-1. One of those legs was a 45-plus-point total in the Cowboys-Giants game. As for the rest of it, You should go to Sportsline.

“When these two teams met again in Week 3, then the shepherd Won 23-16 and was with it Cooper Rush. The Cowboys were sacked in that game Daniel Jones Five times and picked him up 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 series and I don’t see that dominance ending this week.

“This is the first time these two teams have played on Thanksgiving since 1992. Thirty years ago, the Cowboys destroyed the Giants 30-3 and then went on to win Super Bowl Two months later. I’m not saying that’s going to happen this year, but I’m not saying.” — John Breach of CBS Sports Why he likes the Cowboys to beat the Giants, 31-17.

“The Giants are coming off a terrible showing at home against the Lions, which means they might be looking forward to it. vikings. Defense has dominated, and it will dominate here as well. Giants are very limited in crime.” — CBS Sports Senior NFL Analyst Pete Prisco Said the Cowboys defense will once again lead them to victory.

Patriots at Vikings

Time: Thursday, 8:20 pm ET (NBC), fuboTV (Try to be free)
Open: vikings -3.5
Current: Vikings-1

Featured game | Minnesota Vikings vs New England Patriots

The SportsLine projection model simulated NFL Thanksgiving Day games 10,000 times and tested dozens of player props from Caesars Sportsbook. We can tell you that the model says Vikings WR Jefferson averages 88.5 receiving yards (-117), the model projects he finishes with an average of 99. However, the model also says that another star flies above his yardage total and offers a prop with a plus-money payout. What do they look like? Go check out SportsLine.

“Now, this is the most interesting Thanksgiving game I’ve ever had. Last time patriotic Thanksgiving game, they beat New York Jets 49-19 in the “Butt Fumble” matchup. I’m talking about beating Jet, which the Patriots did last week on an 84-yard punt return touchdown with just five seconds left in the fourth quarter. They looked like the better team all afternoon, but it took them an incredibly long time to prove it. i think Mc Jones Well he completed 23 of 27 passes for 246 yards, Jones’ highest completion percentage this season (85.2%). The wind played a role in this matchup, but the defense was outstanding. They fired Jack Wilson Four times and only allowed 103 yards of total offense! inside Ranking of teams competing for wild card spots In the AFC, I have the Patriots at No. 2. They can make a run in the second half — just like they did last year.

“As for the Vikings, yes, it will take some time to get over a 40-3 loss to the Cowboys. Still, they can take a page out of the Cowboys’ book and make everyone forget about it with a dominant win. On Thanksgiving Dalvin Cook And Justin Jefferson, I can’t help but be impressed by New England’s defense. The unit has allowed just 7.7 points per game over the past three contests while also allowing a 19 percent conversion rate on third downs. The Patriots own the second-highest pressure rate in the NFL this season, while the Vikings have allowed the fifth-highest pressure rate. I’d say that of the three Thanksgiving contests, I’m the least confident in this one when it comes to picking a side. I’m going to shock the Patriots here and I like the over.” — CBS Sports’ Jordan Dajani Patriots smell disaster in Minnesota as SU beats Vikings in Thanksgiving finale, hitting over

RJ White, fantasy and gambling editor for CBS Sports, consistently ranks as SportsLine’s No. 1 NFL expert. Over a 445-378-24 ownership in his ATS picks from 2017-21, he was particularly sharp against the Vikings. In High Slut’s 84 picks involving Minnesota, White has gone 52-28-4 (+$2,053), so you’ll want to know where he’s leaning Thursday night. To see that selection, Go to Sportsline.

“The Vikings were embarrassed at home Sunday, blown out by the Cowboys. They’ll come back and play better here. New England’s offense is struggling, but the defense is playing well. Still, I think the Vikings offense will respond. It’s a must-win. Patriots Crime is bad.” — CBS Sports Senior NFL Analyst Pete Prisco Why he’s leading the Vikings to beat New England in 10 in the Thanksgiving Finals.

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