NFL Football for 12/04/22
1:00 PM EST
Titans/Eagles Over 44.5 (win)
The Titans are a slow pace team that likes to chew up the clock and run the ball. Tennessee will have to match the fast pace the Eagles play at. The Titans will try to take advantage of an Eagles Secondary that is not at full strength. The Titans’ Offensive line does a great job of pass protecting, so look for Ryan Tannehill to find his targets today after the Titans soften up the defense with running Derrick Henry. Eagles wide receiver AJ Brown gets to face his old team today. Look for the Eagles receivers to have a big game. The X Factor in this game is the mobility of Jalen Hurts. Hurts are a nightmare to defend, and they will put up points at home. Look for a high-scoring game. Take the Over.
4:05 PM EST
Seahawks -6.5 over Rams (loss)
WThe defending Super Bowl Champion Rams have played one of the worst seasons trying to defend the title. Matthew Stafford is out for the season, and the backup QBs for the Rams won’t cut it in this league. It’s odd to see a road team favored by so much, but the Rams are a lost puppy. The Rams’ defensive line is a mess with Aaron Donald out. Look for the Seahawks’ offensive line to dominate the line of scrimmage today. Seattle QB Geno Smith has many players to throw the ball to and should have a big day. Take the Seahawks.
4:25 PM EST
Chargers/Raiders under 49.5 (win)
The Chargers come into today’s game with a battered offensive line and will be without the services of Mike Williams again. When Willams and Allen play simultaneously, this is a dangerous offense, but it’s not the case today. The Raiders have a lot of great receivers like Hunter Renfrow and Tight end Darren Waller on IR. The Las Vegas running game is not 100% today, and the Chargers’ defense can play well against an injured football team. Both teams are far from full-strength on offense, and this should be a low-scoring game. Take the Under.
4:25 PM EST
Bengals +2.5 over Chiefs (win)
The Chiefs are sitting pretty at 9-2 but have yet to play a road game in cold conditions. The Bengals are used to the weather and being in the AFC North and hit hard on defense. Joe Mixon will be out for the Bengals again, but Ja’Marr Chase will be back in the Bengals lineup today. Both teams have great offenses, but this game will come down to pure physical football, and in that category, the Bengals have the edge. There is no doubt the Chiefs are a better finesse team, but they will not be able to keep up on the road against a team that will hit them in the mouth. Take the Bengals.