NFL: Match specials offer fantastic value in Week 12
Paul Chambers | November 28, 2015
The NFL season enters its 12th weekend, and Coral continue to grant great offers to their customers.
Here, we tell you why you should back one, some or all of the following match specials at an enhanced prices.
Antonio Brown scores a TD & Pittsburgh Steelers win
In a crucial contest for both teams, Pittsburgh could find a slight edge on both sides of the ball.
The Steelers are ranked 13th in the NFL for scoring offense (Seattle rank 15th) and sixth in scoring defense (Seattle are seventh). Pittsburgh have maintained this statistical advantage in spite of star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger missing significant time due to injury concerns.
With Roethlisberger now back and healthy again, the Steelers will have confidence that they can hand the Seahawks a third upset in front of their home fans this season.
Meanwhile, Antonio Brown has been a standout performer in the NFL this season, and after ten games has recorded the second-highest amount of receiving yards (1,141) in the league.
Brown scored twice in his last game against Cleveland and, at 10/3 in a wincast, he will be the number one threat to Seattle’s defense at CenturyLink Field on Sunday.
Demaryius Thomas scores a TD & Denver Broncos win
New England’s winning streak could come to an end on Sunday night at Mile High Stadium.
The Patriots offense is suffering from severe injury problems. They have just two fit wide receivers available, and star running back Dion Lewis has also been ruled out for the rest of the season.
With so many key players unavailable, it is very possible that New England will grind to a halt here against Denver’s mean defense.
Broncos star wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, meanwhile, scored a touchdown in last week’s win against Chicago, and features here in a superb 7/2 wincast. He will fancy his chances of scoring against a Patriots defense that gives up 74 per cent of the touchdowns they concede to receivers.
Javorius Allen scores a TD & Baltimore Ravens win
Victory for Baltimore at FirstEnergy Stadium on Monday night would secure a 23rd triumph over division rivals Cleveland in 31 games.
An injury to Justin Forsett last weekend means that Javorius Allen is now the number one running back for the Ravens, and he will likely receive the majority of carries in and around the Cleveland goal-line on red zone opportunities.
And 4/1 wincast punt Allen will be chomping at the bit to face a struggling Browns defense that ranks dead last against the run out of all teams in the NFL – meaning that the rookie could be set for a high-scoring outing.