NFL Consensus Betting Picks for Week 12

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The wagering public at VSB
.com is leaning in the direction of Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys as we take a look at the NFL Consensus Picks for Week 12 of the season.

As of Thursday night the Cowboys were receiving 71% of the support at VSB
.com for their Sunday Night Football matchup against the division-rival New York Giants. The Cowboys are sitting as 3-point road favorites for that contest at MetLife Stadium, and they’re 3-0 both SU and ATS in their last three games against the Giants according to the NFL betting trends for Week 12.

Matchup Reports: Dallas vs. Giants | Green Bay vs. Minnesota | Baltimore vs. New Orleans

The Green Bay Packers are then sitting with 65% support for their game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon, with Aaron Rodgers and company favored by 10 points on the road for the contest. The Packers are 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games against the Vikings, and they’re also 7-2 ATS in their last nine games as road favorites.

The New England Patriots are then at 64% support for their home game against the Detroit Lions, with the Tennessee Titans at 62% support for their road game against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Patriots are listed as 7.5-point favorites at the sportsbooks, while the Titans are 12.5-point underdogs.

As for the totals, the OVER is the consensus pick of 71% of the wagering public at VSB
.com for the Monday Night Football matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and the New Orleans Saints. The OVER has gone 3-0 in the last three games between these two teams and 3-1 in New Orleans’ last four games as a home favorite.

The OVER is then getting 67% of the support for Sunday night’s game between the Cowboys and the Giants, while the UNDER is getting 67% of the support for Sunday afternoon’s matchup between the St. Louis Rams and the San Diego Chargers. The UNDER has gone 6-2 in St. Louis’ last eight games as a road underdog.

Check out the latest Consensus Picks right here.

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