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Week 12 Bet On NFL Highlights

The NFL season is getting closer to an end, which means the playoffs are just around the corner, which has a lot of teams scrambling to clinch a position in the postseason. Some of the teams that are trying to secure a playoff spot have tough games to play this week, which will provide fans with quality entertainment. Here are a few of the games to check out this weekend.

Green Bay Packers (7-3) vs. Minnesota Vikings (4-6), Sunday, November 23, 1 PM. ET. FOX.

Since Aaron Rodgers became the quarterback of the Packers, a lot of the NFC North rivalries have become one sided, since 2010, the Packers have won 8 of their last 10 meetings against the Vikings, with one of them ending in a tie, and they will be going for a season sweep on Sunday. The Packers offense has been on fire lately, and will be hard for the Vikings to contain this week. Aaron Rodgers has been particularly brilliant against the Vikings in their last four games, completing 75 percent of his passes, and throwing 13 touchdowns and zero interceptions.

The Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has shown some flashes of brilliance this season, but he will need to give the best performance of his short career this week, for his team to win this game, because they will need to be able to put up some points against the Packers, like the Saints did a few weeks ago, to have a chance to win this game.

Game Line: The Packers are favored to win this game by 10 points, the Over/Under is 48.5 points.

Personal Pick: The Vikings will be unable to contain Aaron Rodgers, and will lose this game.

Arizona Cardinals (9-1) vs. Seattle Seahawks (6-4), Sunday, November 23, 4:05 PM. ET. FOX.

This will be a tough defensive struggle between two of the best teams in the NFL, The Cardinals have the best record in the league, and keep finding ways to win despite injuries to the team, but they face a tough test in Seattle without Carson Palmer on the field. They will need Drew Stanton to take better care of the ball than he did last week in order to win this game.

This is a very important game for Seattle, because a win keeps them in the division and playoff race. They will do what they do best against Arizona, which is to feed the ball to Marshawn Lynch, and play very physical defense.

Game Line: The Seahawks are favored to win this game by 6.5 points, the Over/Under is 42.5 points.

Personal Pick: Arizona has found ways to win games they weren't supposed to win, and they will find a way to win this game too.

Dallas Cowboys (7-3) vs. New York Giants (3-7), Sunday, November 23, 8:30 PM. ET. NBC.

In this NFC East rivalry, records don't really matter. The Cowboys have had a lot of success running the ball this year, and will continue to do so against the Giants. They will need DeMarco Murray to hold on to the ball, and Tony Romo to avoid making any big mistakes in order to win this game.

Eli Manning struggled last week, throwing five interceptions in one game, after throwing only 2 in his 7 previous games. He will have to find a way to eliminate the turnovers, and get their running game going, if they are to have any hope of defeating Dallas, and end their five game losing streaks.

Game line: The Cowboys are favored to win by 3 points, the Over/Under is 47 points.

Personal Pick: The Cowboys can't afford to lose any ground to the Eagles, and will win this game.

Baltimore Ravens (6-4) vs. New Orleans Saints (4-6), Monday, November 24, 8:30 PM. ET. ESPN.

Joe Flacco and the Ravens have struggled on the road this season, going 2-3 so far, but need a win against the Saints to keep up with the Bengals and Steelers in the AFC North. They will try to take advantage of New Orleans' poor pass defense in order to get this win.

The Saints have had some success running the ball in recent games, but will likely have to rely on their passing game against Baltimore, because the Ravens have one of the best run defenses in the league, but their pass defense isn't as good, and is ranked 21st in the NFL, which means Drew Brees should be able to throw at will.

Game Line: The Saints are favored to win by 3 points, the Over/Under is 50 points.

Personal Pick: The Ravens have been the more impressive of the two teams this year, and will find a way to earn the victory.

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