2024 NFL Week 16 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 16 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 16 Betting Odds

Week 16 will open as usual with a Thursday night Prime Video matchup but will also include an extra day of action with a Saturday doubleheader. Thursday night’s matchup is a good one between two AFC North Division rivals from Ohio. The Cleveland Browns will visit the Cincinnati Bengals in a game that could have plenty of playoff implications. Cincinnati is hoping that, unlike last year, QB Joe Burrow will be healthy and making the start for the Bengals. What will be most interesting is if Deshaun Watson will be able to answer the bell for the Browns, and if he does, what kind of shape will Cleveland and Watson be in? Cleveland put together a memorable 2023 campaign when veteran QB Joe Flacco led them to a playoff berth.

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NFL Week 16 Schedule

Thursday, December 19
Browns at Bengals 8:15 PM
Saturday, December 21
Texans at Chiefs 1:00 PM
Steelers at Ravens 4:30 PM
Sunday, December 22
Giants at Falcons 1:00 PM
Patriots at Bills 1:00 PM
Cardinals at Panthers 1:00 PM
Lions at Bears 1:00 PM
Titans at Colts 1:00 PM
Rams at Jets 1:00 PM
Eagles at Commanders 1:00 PM
Broncos at Chargers 4:05 PM
Vikings at Seahawks 4:05 PM
Jaguars at Raiders 4:25 PM
49ers at Dolphins 4:25 PM
Buccaneers at Cowboys 8:20 PM
Monday, December 23
Saints at Packers 8:15 PM
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The Saturday doubleheader will open with a rematch of the memorable 2019 AFC playoff game between the visiting Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs. Five years ago, the Chiefs were dead and buried, only to make one of the most ferocious and terrifying comebacks in NFL playoff history en route to their first Super Bowl title in 50 years.

Last year, DeMeco Ryans had a brilliant debut as Houston’s head coach, leading the Texans to the playoffs with QB CJ Stroud, the second overall pick of the 2023 NFL Draft. Stroud had a much better rookie season than first overall pick Bryce Young of Carolina. Now Houston faces the challenge of not falling back after a surprise season.

The second Saturday game renews one of the most hated and bitter rivalries in the NFL when the Baltimore Ravens host the Pittsburgh Steelers. But by the time this game kicks off, fans and gamblers will know if the Russell Wilson longshot gamble paid off for the Steelers. Baltimore and Lamar Jackson are expected to be a top threat to make a deep run in the AFC playoffs.

One of the most interesting games in the Sunday late afternoon window is the Denver Broncos at the Los Angeles Chargers. By the time this game kicks off, we’ll know how much of an impact Jim Harbaugh is having as the new Chargers head coach. Equally fascinating will be if rookie first round draft pick Bo Nix will be the starter for the Broncos, and if so, how has he been performing? Second year Denver coach Sean Payton is thrilled to be rid of Russell Wilson and wants to turn Nix into the next Drew Brees.

NBC Sunday Night Football offers a good matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Dallas Cowboys. Tampa Bay was one of the biggest surprises in the 2023 NFL season by gaining the playoffs with castoff QB Baker Mayfield. Mayfield did so well that he earned a big new contract to stay with the Bucs. Now the question is if Tampa Bay can sustain its success or did they simply catch lightning in a bottle in a weak NFC South division.

ESPN Monday Night Football offers the New Orleans Saints at the Green Bay Packers. Green Bay will have plenty of attention, as always, with a national fan base that goes back generations. The Packers could be overpriced for this matchup at Lambeau Field, where they normally play well and with a big advantage when the weather turns cold.

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