November 27, 2021

Get in the game with the post-Thanksgiving Sport’s Tidbits for NFL Week 12

Rob Warren
Sports & Travel Bloggee
Photo By:Jayme Karmin-Oncea

Rams vs Packers – Two of the best teams in the NFC battle it out on Sunday at 4:30 pm. I expect a shootout, the Packers just lost a shootout to the Vikings last week, and with Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey on the Rams I expect them to have just enough to beat the MVP. (Expect to see OBJ get involved for LA)

You done had your feel of the turkey dinners and all the trimmings, Now, after a Dallas Cowboy’s upset, prepare to be flagged with many more upsets starting this Sunday.

Sunday, November 28th

Steelers vs Bengals – Tough AFC North Match up. Despite issues at the QB position Mike Tomlin has found  way to keep the Steelers relevant.  I’m going to give them a small edge to win on Sunday in Cincy.

Colts vs Bucs – The Colts are a tough out and Carson Wentz is playing with a little confidence.  Going to give Brady and the Bucs a small edge here though.  Bucs win.  But it will be a competitive tight game.

Panthers vs Dolphins – Cam in his second start will be enough to be the Dolphins.

Titans vs Patriots – Two excellent AFC Teams that will both likely be in the playoffs, I’ll take Belichick over his former player Mike Vrabel.  Coaches matter.  Slight edge to the Pats.

Eagles vs Giants- Old NFC East Rivalry, the Giants are a hot mess, everyone needs to be fired.  The Eagles are surprisingly feisty this year despite their Coach being terrible at Press Conferences and talking.  Birds for the Dub in the Meadowlands.

Falcons vs Jaguars. – I’m surprised Nick Saban hasn’t quit yet.  That’s all I have for this “Aint nobody care” match up of dusty bottom of the barrel teams.  Maybe the Jags jump up and get one for Nick.  Slight upset special.  Trevor Lawrence shows out and wins one.

Jets vs Texans – God bless anyone who watches this.  I won’t pick a winner in this game just a loser; the fans who have to be subjected to this.

Chargers vs Broncos – I’ll take Herbert over Teddy. Chargers find a way to win.

Rams vs Packers – Two of the best teams in the NFC battle it out on Sunday at 4:30 pm. I expect a shootout, the Packers just lost a shootout to the Vikings last week, and with Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey on the Rams I expect them to have just enough to beat the MVP. (Expect to see OBJ get involved for LA)

Vikings vs 49ers – Kirk Cousins taking on his former Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan.  Kirk is having an MVP type season, I think it’ll continue and the Fighting Kirk Cousins will get another win and continue to be relevant In the playoffs.

Browns vs Ravens – If Lamar Jackson is full strength, the Ravens get a needed win to keep their lead in the AFC North.  If he’s not expect Baker and the Boys to get the W. 

Monday Night Special

Seahawks vs WFT – Russell is not cooking in Seattle, and the WFT are getting back Curtis Samuel and Logan Thomas, two weapons that will make Washington’s offense hum.  Wale will rock the house at Halftime, and the Burgundy and Gold resurgence continues.  3 in a row for the guys from the DMV, that is called a winning streak, it has happened before (see Washington’s last playoff few playoff runs)

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