FOX Bet Super 6: Terry’s $100,000 NFL Sunday jackpot up for grabs in Week 12
Food, family and football. Thanksgiving is here, so of course these are the unofficial themes for week 12 of the NFL. Add shopping, hardcore naps, and counting down to the new year to that list. Are we ahead of ourselves?
OK very good. Back to football.
There are some pretty amazing games on the schedule this week. The giants and the Cowboys face off in Turkey’s first showdown of the day – a game you can win $25,000 and a brand new truckcourtesy of Michael Strahan. And since Sunday is full of unmissable matches, we give you a chance to win at Terry’s money in the FOX bet NFL Super 6 Sunday Challenge.
FOX Bet Super 6 is a free contest where you pick the winners of the six featured games along with their winning margins for a chance to win $100,000 in our NFL Sunday Challenge. Just download the FOX Bet Super 6 App on your phone or mobile device, make your picks and submit your selections before Sunday’s matches kick off.
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Before making your choice, dive into our predictions!
bengals at Titans (1 p.m. ET Sunday, CBS)
It’s a tough game.
It’s hard to bet against Joe “Cool” Burrow and Cincy’s third-tier attack. But it’s also a difficult situation when you have to bet against the Titans. The King of Tennessee Derrick Henry leads the league with 1,010 rushing yards this season, so who’s stopping him? Exactly. Nobody.
But we are going Bengals here.
Since 2017, Cincinnati is 7-4 straight (SU) as a road favorite. And since 2018, the Stripes are 5-2 against opponents AFC South.
Currently, FOX bet has Cincy like Favorite at 2.5 points, and we agree with the punters here. It will be tight, but it will be Burrow and the Bengals.
The Bengals by 3 points
Broncos at Panthers (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)
The Russell Wilson-the directed Broncos have as many wins as the Panthers who shuffle the quarterback and fire the head coach? Absolutely no one saw this coming.
And you can blame Russ or the team’s lack of effort, but Denver’s offense ranks 32nd in points, and the Broncos have scored just one touchdown in 36.4% of rush trips. red this season.
The Panthers are also a team in peril. Their 28% conversion rate on third down is the worst in the league, and they’re trotting Sam Darnold like QB1 this week. Darnold is 17-32 in his early career.
Look for the Broncos to snap their two-game losing streak and salvage — if not their season — at least a modicum of pride.
Broncos by 4 to 5 points
Buccaneers at Browns (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)
Blend the browns. Back to the buccaneers.
The last time these teams played each other was Week 7 of the 2018 season. Tampa Bay won 26-23 in overtime. But Brady and his boys will carry the Bucs to a more convincing victory this year.
Cleveland ranks 31st in scoring defense and the team’s minus-six rotational differential ranks 29th in the NFL. And while Tampa Bay has gone 0-3 SU against AFC opponents this season, we’re betting on Brady to get the best of the Browns in Week 12.
Buccaneers by 8 to 10 points
Bear at Jets (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)
How bad is Bears QB Justin Fields‘ shoulder injury? Will his questionable status be upgraded to active by Sunday? Since Chicago’s success is largely dependent on Fields’ health, knowing his availability will be key in predicting this game.
Even though Chicago is 3-8 this season, the second-year QB has been electric at the helm of his team’s offense. Fields is only the second player in the Super Bowl era to have at least one passing touchdown and one rushing touchdown in five straight games. The Bears’ 197.9 yards per game lead the NFL in team rushing offense. Their last three losses have been by three points or less.
The Jets, meanwhile, are 2-8 SU in their last games on Nov. 10. And since 2018, while favorites as they are this weekend, the Jets are 5-6 SU and 3-8 ATS (ATS).
Keep an eye on the injury report, but if Fields is ready to go, we like Da Bears.
6 point drop
Falcons at Commanders (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)
We wiped out the Falcons in Week 11, and we’re going to do it again. And that’s because the artists formerly known as the Washington Football Team are singing a tune this season that we love. Let’s shine the spotlight on Taylor Heinicke.
Since Taylor took over as starting quarterback for the injured Carson Wentz, the commanders played with a level of chemistry that we hadn’t seen under Carson’s watch. They are 5-1 in their last six meetings, and with Taylor at the helm, Washington managed to upset then-undefeated Philadelphia.
Commander defense is also very good. This unit allows an average of 308 yards per game, which is good for the sixth best total defense in the league. It also helps them find a stallion in Chase Young.
Washington at home with the win is our call.
Commanders by 4 to 5 points
Rams at Chiefs (4:25 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)
We could really stop there, but we will play the game.
The Rams take it on the chin with a host of unfortunate injuries, and they’re 2-7-1 ATS and 3-7 SU this season. Strategist Matthew Stafford is 1-9 SU when he’s a double-digit underdog as a starter in his career. But he left LA’s loss to the Saints with a suspected concussion and is listed as questionable for this game.
The 8-2 Chiefs are on a four-game winning streak and are firing on all cylinders. They have the best offense in the league and Patrick Mahomes’ 3,265 passing yards and 28 touchdowns are also league best.
The chiefs are Favorites at 14.5 points. We like that KC starts fast and racks up the points at the start of a rout.
Chiefs by 14 to 17 points
Now it’s up to you to get started and make some money!
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