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the 12 week guide

the 12 week guide

Thanksgiving, Ravens on fire and Detroit finally winning, We Sport presents week 12 of this 2022 season of the NFL.

The game of the week

New York Giants [7-3] @Dallas Cowboys [7-3] : Thursday10:30 p.m.

Who would have thought, during their first confrontation in Week 3, that the Giants and the Cowboys would be playoffable after twelve weeks of competition? Probably nobody, and yet these two franchises have proven that they have their place. Unstoppable at the start of the season, New York had gotten off to a great start by winning six of its last seven games. If the G Men have been marking time since the end of October with two losses in three games, the team remains competitive, in particular thanks to its defense which will have a lot to do in AT&T Stadium of Arlington. Because, opposite, Dallas will present itself with an attack that is running at full speed and the best defense in the league. After crushing Minnesota last week (40-3), will the Cowboys be hungry enough to repeat this performance against a division rival? The main course answer to Thanksgiving.

Player to watch: Derrick Henry

Cincinnati Bengals [6-4] @Tennessee Titans [7-3] : Sunday, 7:00 p.m.

Less dominant in recent weeks, Derrick Henry has still seen his Titans succeed in winning. Against the Bengals who have an average run defense, the 2020 Offensive Player of the Year could find the rhythm, which would still do his people a lot of good. With an iron defense and a fit Henry, Mike Vrabel’s men could get closer to the top of the American Conference, they who have lost only one of their last eight meetings, which is more in overtime. The Titans have learned to win with less performance from their star, but if the latter is in good shape, Cincinnati should be in trouble.

Team to watch: Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens [7-3] @Jacksonville Jaguars [3-7] : Sunday, 7:00 p.m.

In recent weeks, it’s hard to find a franchise in better shape than the Ravens. With four wins in as many games, Baltimore has the best form in the league and will look to extend it against the Jaguars. With six defeats in the last seven meetings, Jacksonville is clearly marking time and has the second worst record in the American Conference. John Harbaugh’s men will thus have a golden opportunity to consolidate their lead in theAFC Northwhere the Bengals are hot on their heels.

Question of the week: What if the Lions were solid?

buffalo bills [7-3] @ Detroit Lions [4-6] : Thursday, 6:30 p.m.

Renowned for cracking late in the game and after having chained five defeats in as many games, the Lions finally come out of the water. In its last three games, Detroit has managed to maintain the advantage until the end, thus chaining three successes and relaunching itself in a potential race for the playoffs. This week, as a Thanksgiving night hors d’oeuvre, Dan Campbell’s men will face a life-size test when they host the Bills at the Ford Field. Tough opposition, but the perfect opportunity to prove that the Lions are finally capable of winning games.

The program for week 12

This week, no franchise is at rest.

NFL Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, 6:30 p.m./10:30 p.m./2:20 a.m.)

buffalo bills [7-3] @ Detroit Lions [4-6]

New York Giants [7-3] @Dallas Cowboys [7-3]

New England Patriots [6-4] @ Minnesota Vikings [8-2]

Redzone (Sunday, 7:00 p.m.)

Denver Broncos [3-7] @ Carolina Panthers [3-8]

Atlanta Falcons [5-6] @Washington Commanders [6-5]

Houston Texas [1-8-1] @Miami Dolphins [7-3]

Cincinnati Bengals [6-4] @Tennessee Titans [7-3]

Chicago Bears [3-8] @ New York Jets [6-4]

Tampa Bay Buccaneers [5-5] @ Cleveland Browns [3-7]

Baltimore Ravens [7-3] @Jacksonville Jaguars [3-7]

Redzone (Sunday, 10:05 p.m./10:25 p.m.)

Los Angeles Chargers [5-5] @Arizona Cardinals [4-7]

Las Vegas Raiders [3-7] @Seattle Seahawks [6-4]

New Orleans Saints [4-7] @San Francisco 49ers [6-4]

Los Angeles Rams [3-7] @Kansas City Chiefs [8-2]

Sunday Night Football (Monday, 2:20 a.m.)

Green Bay Packers [4-7] @Philadelphia Eagles [9-1]

Monday Night Football (Tuesday, 2:15 a.m.)

Pittsburgh Steelers [3-7] @Indianapolis Colts [4-6-1]

Crédit image en une : USA Today

Louis Rousseau

The words “Minnesota Miracle” and “No-Call” are scratched from my vocabulary. My heart mourns the retirement of Drew Brees and the loneliness of RJ Barrett in Madison Square Garden.


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