NFL Betting Preview: Steelers, Patriots and Eagles make up our NFL treble bet for Week 12

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In Week 11 of the regular NFL season, the Dallas Cowboys made it nine wins in a row with a 27-17 victory over the Ravens, while the Dolphins, Giants and Raiders all won again to continue their individual winning streaks.

Elsewhere, the Redskins dominated the Packers 42-24 and the Browns lost once again to keep the big zero in the win column for another week.

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolis Colts (Friday 1:30am)

After halting a run of four successive losses, the Steelers travel to a Colts side, who have won their last two games.

The Steelers got back to winning ways thanks to an easy victory over the hopeless Browns, with the defence sacking the opposition quarterback on eight occasions.

The Colts beat the Titans in an important win for Indianapolis, with early scores giving the defence something to hold on to. The loss of Andrew Luck through concussion is a big loss for this upcoming match.

Steelers to dominate the ball and win comfortably.

New England Patriots @ New York Jets (Sunday 9:25pm)

In this AFC East match-up, leaders Patriots travel to bottom side, the Jets, looking to maintain their 100% record on the road.

The Patriots beat the 49’ers in the last match, but it was closer than the 30-17 scoreline suggests, with New England having to “change gear” in the fourth quarter points, scoring seventeen points to ease to victory.

The Jets had the weekend off, with plenty of offensive work likely, having scored just six points against the Saints in their last game. Patriots all the way here, with the Jets unable to find a response.

Green Bay Packers @ Philadelphia Eagles (Tuesday 1:30am)

The Packers will be hoping to halt a run of four defeats, as they visit the Eagles, who are unbeaten on home turf.

The Packers were beaten heavily by the Redskins, with defence a major concern, having now conceded 120 points in the last three games. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is finding some form but the leaky Packers defence is undermining any of his good work.

The Eagles were beaten by the Seahawks last weekend, with Philadelphia’s inability to find consistency rearing its head once more, despite an unbeaten home record. Eagles to win and continue their topsy-turvy form.