2024 NFL Week 15 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 15 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 15 Betting Odds

Week 15 of the 2024 NFL season begins with a Thursday night Prime Video matchup of the Los Angeles Rams at the San Francisco 49ers. Once upon a time, this was one of the hottest rivalries in pro football before the Rams bolted for St. Louis in the mid-1990s. Since their return, there have been some important matchups between these teams, including the 2021 NFC championship game. This game at Levi’s Stadium has the possibility of being for the NFC West Division lead and playoff position. The question is if LA QB Matthew Stafford can stay healthy. The 49ers are one of the most complete teams in pro football and will be a difficult out. However, the Rams have everything necessary to score the upset.

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NFL Week 15 Schedule

Thursday, December 12
Rams at 49ers 8:15 PM
Sunday, December 15
Cowboys at Panthers 1:00 PM
Chiefs at Browns 1:00 PM
Dolphins at Texans 1:00 PM
Jets at Jaguars 1:00 PM
Commanders at Saints 1:00 PM
Ravens at Giants 1:00 PM
Bengals at Titans 1:00 PM
Buccaneers at Chargers 4:05 PM
Steelers at Eagles 4:05 PM
Patriots at Cardinals 4:25 PM
Colts at Broncos 4:25 PM
Bills at Lions 4:25 PM
Packers at Seahawks 8:20 PM
Monday, December 16
Bears at Vikings 8:00 PM
Falcons at Raiders 8:30 PM
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One of the most important games in the early Sunday window is the Dallas Cowboys at the Carolina Panthers. Dallas and head coach Mike McCarthy are single-minded in their determination to make the Super Bowl. However, the Cowboys always seem to find a way to self-destruct. Also worrisome is the drop in production by QB Dak Prescott. But Prescott is in the option year of his contract and could be more focused than usual.

The Panthers threw away the rookie season of QB Bryce Young, who they drafted first overall in the 2023 NFL Draft. New head coach Dave Canales was hired because he has the reputation of being a QB whisperer. Canales entire focus will be getting Young back on track, just as Doug Pederson did at Jacksonville with Trevor Lawrence.

NBC Sunday Night Football offers a game that could have significant NFC playoff implications. The Seattle Seahawks will host the Green Bay Packers in a rematch of a series that has had some big games over the years. Seattle head coach Mike Macdonald is a man to watch as one of the youngest rookie head coaches in NFL history. Macdonald has been one of the most impressive defensive coaches in football and may prove to be an upgrade over Pete Carroll, who was out of steam at the end of last year.

Green Bay head coach Matt LaFluer has been a consistent winner for the Pack. But last year was far and away his best coaching performance. LaFluer ushered the Packers through the minefield of Jordan Love taking over as starting quarterback for the departed future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers. Green Bay won its final three games to gain the playoffs, where they scored a stunning win at the Dallas Cowboys. Green Bay was written off for dead as December started, but LaFleur and the Packers never flinched.

There are two Monday night games starting on ABC, with the Chicago Bears at the Minnesota Vikings. This NFC North Division showdown could run the extremes of having playoff implications or a matchup of two teams playing out the string. Minnesota suffered a setback season in 2023 after making the 2022 playoffs. Now Kirk Cousins is gone, and the QB room is unsettled. Don’t be surprised if Michigan rookie JJ McCarthy is under center by the time this game is played.

The other Monday night game is the Atlanta Falcons at the Las Vegas Raiders. Las Vegas has its own questions at quarterback, and their situation will be interesting to consider when this game kicks off. Former Viking Kirk Cousins is expected to start for Atlanta.

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