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Thanksgiving Day Betting Lineup for Sportsbook Players

Posted by: Mike Davis
Thanksiving Day Betting Lineup

It’s time to roll out the turkey as Thanksgiving Day is finally here. Since online NFL betting goes hand in hand with stuffing your face on Turkey Day, we’ve got you covered with a Thanksgiving Day betting lineup. Below we’ll cover all of today’s NFL matches, the odds and the best sportsbook picks to make the most out of today’s festivities. There’s plenty to mulch through, so let’s dive right in.

Thanksgiving Day Betting Lineup

Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions – Thursday, November 22nd  

When: 1:00 pm ET

Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

TV: Fox

Stream: Fox Sports Go, NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Bears -3 (-105) 43 (-115)   -159
Lions +3 (-115) 43 (-105) +139
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The odds are pegging the Bears as the online NFL betting favorite and rightfully so. Chicago comes into this matchup riding a 4-game winning streak. Although they haven’t faced the toughest opposition during that stretch, Chicago still dominated each and every opponent. The most impressive of which was their recent 25-20 triumph over Minnesota, which helped them secure a lead atop the NFC North. On top of that, Chicago managed to best Detroit 34-22 just a few weeks ago. Although the Bears will be on the road tonight, there’s no question that they should be able to manhandle Detroit. After all, the Bears are scoring 29.4 per game to the Lions’ 22.2. Defensively Chicago also gets the edge as they’re giving up a slim 19.5 while the Lions nearly give up 30 per game. However, with Mitch Trubisky out of the lineup for tonight’s game, many online NFL betting players might want to take Detroit over the Bears here.

Score Prediction: 27-21 Detroit.

Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys– Thursday, November 22nd  

When: 4:30 pm ET

Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

TV: Fox

Stream: Fox Sports Go, NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Redskins +7 (-119) 41 (-110)   +263
Cowboys -7 (-101) 41 (-110) -325
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One of the best rivalries in pro football is here. Like the Bears, who will have to face their divisional rivals without their starting quarterback, Washington will be without Alex Smith tonight. Naturally this disrupts their game plan for this evening and has forced the odds to peg Dallas as a heavy favorite. But do the Cowboys merit such heavy favoritism here? Well Dallas does enter this matchup riding a two-game winning streak after picking up tough wins over the Eagles and Falcons. Those are tough teams to beat and if Dallas was able to best them, surely they can topple an Alex Smith-less Washington unit. Ultimately this is the perfect matchup for Dallas to employ their game plan. If Dallas can get points on the board early in the game and proceed to run the clock out, they should be able to come out on top this Turkey Day.

Score Prediction: 20-13 Dallas.

Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints – Thursday, November 22nd  

When: 8:20 pm ET

Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, New Orleans, Louisiana


Stream: NBC Extra, NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Falcons +12 (-119) 60 (-110)   +492
Saints -12 (-101) 60 (-110) -675
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Another divisional rivalry to help you digest your meal, this one out of the NFC South. The Saints are arguably the hottest team in the league right now seeing as they’re currently on a 9-game winning streak. The Falcons on the other hand, have been having a terrible season and enter this contest riding a 2-game losing streak. The 12-point spread should let you know exactly what to expect out of this matchup. After all, New Orleans wields one of the most talented offenses in the league while the Falcons can certainly run the score but are far more inconsistent. This one could turn into a battle or a blowout. Either way, the Saints should win when it’s all said and done.

Score Prediction: 42-28 New Orleans.

Thanksgiving Day Betting Lineup: Picks

So which side should mobile betting fans take on this Thanksgiving Day? The Bears matchup is a bit of a wildcard since they’ll be without their starting quarterback. Since that’s the case, it seems that taking the team with Matt Stafford at the helm would be the wiser pick. Since Washington will also be without their starting quarterback, taking the Cowboys straight up seems like the more conservative decision. Granted the money line out on Dallas isn’t offering much so you’re better sticking to the spread here. As for the Saints game, well it’s obvious that taking New Orleans is the only way to go. That 12 point spread seems a bit iffy for a divisional rivalry so take the OVER on the TOTALs.