NFL Week 15 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 15 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 15 Betting Odds

With the college football season done the NFL takes over the entire weekend for its Week 15 slate. The betting starts on Thursday night with an old-fashioned AFC West battle between the Raiders and Chargers. Both teams are currently 5-8 and out of the playoff picture, but they haven’t been officially eliminated. One more loss oughta do the trick, though. Charter members of the old AFL will be meeting for the 129th time with Las Vegas positioned as a 3-point favorite on the early line.

The Raiders were shutout last week and haven’t scored more than 17 points in any of their last four games losing three straight. The Bolts managed 23 points total in their last three games, watched Justin Herbert exit last week’s game and have dropped four of their previous five. The total of 33.5 is the lowest on the Week 15 board.

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NFL Week 15 Schedule

Thursday, December 14
Chargers at Raiders (-3) 34 Chargers +140, Raiders -160
Saturday, December 16
Vikings at Bengals (-3.5) 38.5 Vikings +160, Bengals -185
Steelers at Colts (-2.5) 41.5 Steelers +120, Colts -140
Broncos at Lions (-5) 48 Broncos +192, Lions -230
Sunday, December 17
Falcons (-3) at Panthers 35 Falcons -170, Panthers +148
Bears at Browns (-3) 37.5 Bears +151, Browns -175
Buccaneers at Packers (-3) 41.5 Buccaneers +151, Packers -175
Texans at Titans (-2.5) 38 Texans +120, Titans -140
Giants at Saints (-6) 37.5 Giants +218, Saints -265
Jets at Dolphins (-9) 39.5 Jets +351, Dolphins -450
49ers (-13.5) at Cardinals 47.5 49ers -1000, Cardinals +664
Commanders at Rams (-7) 49.5 Commanders +252, Rams -310
Cowboys at Bills (-2.5) 50.5 Cowboys +120, Bills -140
Chiefs (-9.5) at Patriots 37 Chiefs -500, Patriots +384
Ravens (-3.5) at Jaguars 44 Ravens -180, Jaguars +155
Monday, December 18
Eagles (-4) at Seahawks 47.5 Eagles -205, Seahawks +172
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There is a triple header set for Saturday with all games having playoff implications. Despite losing Joe Burrow for the season the Cincinnati Bengals are still alive as one of six teams tied for the final two AFC spots at 7-6. Just when all hope looked lost Jake Browning came to the rescue. He threw for 354 yards to beat Jacksonville, 34-31, in Week 13 and was 18 of 24 for 275 yards and two TDs in Sunday’s 34-14 win over the Colts. With Burrow at the helm the Bengals didn’t score more than 34 points. Minnesota is clinging to a NFC playoff spot thanks to a defense that shutout the Raiders last week ending a two-game skid. Cincy is laying 3.5-points on the early line.

The Steelers and Colts are two of the teams tied with Cincy at 7-6 and will square off in the middle game of Saturday’s trifecta. Both are coming off losses with the Colts having their four-game winning streak stopped by the Bengals. The Steelers failed to distance themselves by dropping their last two games to Arizona and New England. You have to wonder if they’re playoff worthy with those setbacks. Pittsburgh is 1-3 ATS in their last four and is catching 2.5-points on the early line.

With two losses in their last three games the Lions have lost some of their luster. They were the most profitable team in the NFL through 10 weeks going 7-2 ATS, but they’ve struggled recently with just one payout in their last four games. Left for dead early in the season the Broncos joined the playoff discussion thanks to six wins in their last seven games while going 5-2 ATS. The Lions are laying 5-points with the total of 47 among the highest on the board.

There are some tight division races with none closer than the NFC South. Three teams – Tampa Bay, Atlanta and New Orleans – all have the same record entering Week 15 and are in action on Sunday. Beating the Falcons last week for their second straight win, the Bucs forged a three-way tie and travel to Green Bay as a 3.5-point underdog. The Saints snapped a three-game slide beating Carolina and host the Giants as a 5-point favorite. The Falcons look to rebound after their crushing loss to Tampa when they yielded the game-winning TD in the waning seconds by taking on the 1-12 Panthers. Atlanta is listed a 3-point road favorite.

The race for the No. 1 seed in the NFC got more convoluted with Dallas’ win over the Eagles on Sunday night. Those two and the San Francisco 49ers are all tied with records of 10-3, one game better than Detroit. The Niners have won five straight since their bye, including road blowouts of AFC contender Jacksonville and the Eagles. The Niners are the biggest favorite on the board laying 13.5-points to Arizona. The Cards pulled off a big upset in Week 3 beating Dallas as an 11-point dog without Kyler Murray so don’t count them out. The Boys might have the biggest challenge taking on Buffalo as a 2-point road dog. Their crucial win over Kansas City has the Bills in contention in the AFC at 7-6.

Sunday Night Football has the AFC-best Ravens taking on Jacksonville. Baltimore has won seven of eight scoring more than 30 points in six of their last seven games with the OVER 5-2 in that span. The Jags have dropped two in a row and look to keep their lead in the AFC South as a 3.5-point home dog. The Eagles also look to end a two-game slide with a matchup against the Seahawks, who have dropped four straight for the first time under Pete Carroll. Philly opened as a 3.5-point favorite.

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