The Titans will host the Bengals in a rematch of last year's Divisional Round.
The Titans will host the Bengals in a rematch of last year's Divisional Round.

NFL Week 12 Betting Cheat Sheet: Breaking Down Every Key Matchup

All 32 teams will be playing in Week 12 of the NFL season as there are no byes, and yet, there are just three matchups that feature a pair of winning teams. Two of those games come on Thanksgiving with the Cowboys hosting the Giants and the Vikings hosting the Patriots.

You can find my best bets for all three Thanksgiving games here.

That leaves the cupboard pretty bare for the Sunday slate. Below you’ll find betting information and edges for the two remaining matchups that carry the most intrigue.

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Cincinnati Bengals (6-4, 7-3 ATS) vs. Tennessee Titans (7-3, 8-2 ATS)

Moneyline: Bengals -120, Titans +100

Spread: Bengals -1.0

Total: 43.0

This matchup is between two of the most profitable teams against the spread this season. A Ja’Marr Chase-less Bengals team being a road favorite indicates just how much respect Cincinnati has in the betting market.

This is a rematch of last year’s Divisional Round in which the Bengals edged the Titans, 19-16, at Nissan Stadium.

Both teams are coming off of impressive road wins in Week 11. Tennessee smoked Green Bay, 27-17, last Thursday at Lambeau Field, and the Bengals topped the Steelers in a shootout, 37-30.

In terms of total DVOA, Cincinnati ranks 10th and Tennessee ranks 12th. Pro Football Focus favors the Titans, ranking them seventh with the Bengals at 11th.

The Bengals have the more significant edges as a pass heavy team that ranks fourth in total passing yards against a Titans defense that ranks 30th in passing yards allowed. Defensively the Bengals have been sneaky tough for a second straight season, ranking 11th in total yards allowed and 13 in passing yards allowed.

Much of the game might be determined by how much success Derrick Henry will have against Cincinnati’s 17th-ranked rushing defense. That, and how well the Bengals are able to protect Joe Burrow against Jeffery Simmons and a talented Titans defensive line.

Green Bay Packers (4-7, 4-7 ATS) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (9-1, 5-5)

Moneyline: Packers +250, Eagles -300

Spread: Eagles -7.0

Total: 46.0

The Packers season is all but over, but it’s the Eagles who are looking to regain form after a pair of lackluster performances. Philadelphia is 1-1 in that stretch but needed a last-minute touchdown to beat the Colts in Week 11.

Over the last two weeks, the Eagles have lost the turnover battle a combined 6-3. Maybe it’s as simple for Philadelphia as cleaning up that metric. If you’re looking for a reason to believe in Philly here, I’ll remind you that the Eagles limited Jonathan Taylor to just 84 yards on 22 carries.

Barring Aaron Jones running wild on Sunday night, this should be a game the Eagles come out looking to win comfortably.