Thanksgiving Day football selections, predictions, and bets for 2021: This NFL and college football parlay pays off at a 12-1 odds.
For Thanksgiving 2021, SportsLine’s sophisticated model has produced its best NFL and college football choices.
Thanksgiving Day football is back, and after a brief hiatus last year, there are three NFL games to keep you occupied till the wee hours of the morning. The Saints (5-5) will face the Bills (6-4) at 8:20 p.m. ET, capping a day that includes the Lions hosting the Bears at 12:30 p.m. ET and Dallas hosting the Las Vegas Raiders at 4:30 p.m. ET. Fans of college football may get their fix in Starkville, as No. 8 Ole Miss takes on arch-rival Mississippi State in the Egg Bowl at 7:30 p.m. ET.
The Lions are favoured by 3.5 points in the latest Week 12 NFL odds from Caesars Sportsbook. In NFL betting lines, the Cowboys are a 7.5-point favourite at home, while the Bills are a 6.5-point favourite. In the most recent college football odds from Caesars, Mississippi State is favoured by two points. Check out the newest 2021 Thanksgiving Day football parlay from SportsLine’s proven computer model before you lock in your 2021 Thanksgiving Day football selections and parlays.
The SportsLine Projection Model is on a 130-91 run on top-rated NFL choices dating back to the 2017 season, while it is 39-25 on top-rated college football side predictions heading into Week 13 of the college football season.
The programme has now thoroughly scrutinised the most recent NFL odds and college football betting lines, and the results are in. Visit SportsLine right now to see the model’s four-way Thanksgiving parlay, which pays out at a 12-1 odds.
Top football predictions on Thanksgiving Day 2021
The model is supporting Ole Miss to cover the spread in Starkville, which is a critical element of the 2021 Thanksgiving Day football parlay. Ole Miss won 31-24 at Oxford last season, and the road team is 5-1 against the spread in the previous six meetings. In a series that stretches back to 1901, the team now has a 63-45-6 record. Matt Corral, the Rebels’ outstanding quarterback, leads a group of talented running backs. The offence is seventh in overall yards per game (517.4) and ninth in rushing yards per game (231.1). Corral has 3,100 yards throwing and 552 yards running for a total of 29 touchdowns.
Jerrion Ealy (643 yards, five touchdowns), Snoop Conner (561-11), and Henry Parrish are the other three players with more than 500 rushing yards (537-3). MSU’s defence is ranked ninth against the run but 68th against the pass, meaning receiver Dontario Drummond (876 yards, eight touchdowns) might get plenty of playing time. With 20 turnovers, the Rebels are tied for seventh in the country in turnover margin. They also have 37 sacks, topped by 10 by Sam Williams, 6.5 by Cedric Johnson, and six by Chance Campbell.
How to make NFL and college football selections on Thanksgiving Day
The model has also jumped on all three NFL matches, predicting that one quarterback would throw an interception 99 percent of the time. At SportsLine, you’ll find all you need to know to finish your Thanksgiving Day parlays.
So, what are the four 2021 Thanksgiving Day football choices that, if combined, might provide a large 12-1 payout? Visit SportsLine right now to find out which quarterbacks will shine and which will have a Thanksgiving Day to forget, all based on a tried-and-true algorithm that has a track record of nailing football predictions.