NFL tips: Our 13/2 four-fold for Week 12
After landing an 11/2 acca last weekend, Jack Green is back with his NFL tips for this Sunday's action.
Buffalo Bills to beat Denver Broncos
The Bills moved to 7-3 for the season by beating the Miami Dolphins 37-20 last week, and now face another struggling team who appear to be tanking in order to get a high draft pick.
Denver rushed out to a 20-0 lead over the Minnesota Vikings last week and still managed to lose, meaning they’ve now been beaten in four of their five away games this season.
Quarterback Brandon Allen hasn’t played badly for the Broncos since he was promoted to start in Week 9, but he faces a tough task against a Buffalo defence that ranks third in the NFL against the pass.
Oakland Raiders to beat New York Jets
The Raiders earned their third successive victory last week by beating the Cincinnati Bengals 17-10.
They should keep their run going against a Jets team that have won two on the bounce but still have a 3-7 record this season.
New York’s two recent wins have come against two of the worst teams in the league, and they can’t be trusted against a genuine playoff contender.
Seattle Seahawks to beat Philadelphia Eagles
Seattle beat the then-undefeated San Francisco 49ers 27-24 a fortnight ago before having their bye last weekend, meaning they’ve now won six of their last seven games.
The Eagles, meanwhile, are coming off a 17-10 defeat to the New England Patriots in which they failed to score a single point in the second half.
Philadelphia have averaged just 18.6 points over the past five weeks, so it’s hard to see them outscoring a Seattle offense led by quarterback Russell Wilson, the second-favourite to be named league MVP.
Tennessee Titans to beat Jacksonville Jaguars
Tennessee have won three of four games since Ryan Tannehill replaced Marcus Mariota as their starting quarterback, and they should be well-prepared for this divisional match-up after being on a bye last week.
The Titans beat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-32 in their last game a fortnight ago, as running back Derrick Henry ran all over the Chiefs’ defence for a total of 188 yards and two touchdowns.
That doesn’t bode well for the Jaguars, who are coming off a 33-13 defeat to the Indianapolis Colts in which they gave up a whopping 264 yards on the ground.
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