Week 12 NFL Pick – Green Bay -6, Miami +7

The Director looks to chew up the Experts this Thanksgiving. With one of the best records ATS in 2011, The Packers, who are outscoring their opponents by over 16 ppg in their last 5 games, and the Fish who are an amazing 4-1 ATS in allowing only 11.6 ppg in their last 5 games celebrate with you with victories today.

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  1. WINNER

    Final Score: Green Bay 27, Detroit 15

    Detroit, MI (Sports Network) – While it’s a new Detroit Lions club, it was the usual result on Thanksgiving as Green Bay remained undefeated with a 27-15 victory over the Lions at Ford Field. The Packers moved to 11-0 for the first time in club history and further solidified their lock on the NFC North as they now have a four-game lead over Detroit (7-4) and a 3 1/2-game lead over Chicago, which will play at Oakland on Sunday. Aaron Rodgers went 22-for-32 with 307 yards and passing touchdowns to James Jones and Greg Jennings. John Kuhn had a touchdown run for Green Bay, which visits the New York Giants next week. Matthew Stafford continued to struggle as he was intercepted three times in the game and has now been picked off nine times in the past three games. He finished the game 32-for-45 with 276 yards and a touchdown for the Lions, who have dropped four of their past six games after opening the season with five straight wins. It is the eighth straight Thanksgiving that the Lions have been on the losing end of the score. Their last win on the holiday came in 2003 against these Packers.

    WINNER

    Final Score: Dallas 20, Miami 19

    Arlington, TX (Sports Network) – Dan Bailey kicked a 28-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Dallas Cowboys to a 20-19 victory over the Miami Dolphins on Thanksgiving. Tony Romo overcame a pair of first-quarter interceptions to throw two touchdown passes to Laurent Robinson for Dallas (7-4), which has won four games in row and sits a half-game ahead of the New York Giants for first place in the NFC East. Romo, who improved to 5-0 on the holiday as a starting quarterback, completed 22-of-34 tosses for 226 yards. Matt Moore finished with 288 yards and one touchdown on 19-of-32 passing for the Dolphins (3-8), who were looking to win four games in a row for the first time since closing the 2008 season with five consecutive victories.

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