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2019 NFL Week 17 Betting
Sixteen weeks are in the books and NFL bettors have even more data to make informed decisions on how the games could play out against the NFL odds moving forward. Last week saw the Houston Texans lock down the AFC South at Tampa Bay, the New England Patriots win the AFC East for the 11th straight time, the San Francisco 49ers reclaim the NFC lead, the New Orleans Saints win another game on the road, the Pittsburgh Steelers spit the bit in Gotham, the Oakland Raiders keep their slim playoff hopes intact, the Philadelphia Eagles seal Jason Garrett’s unavoidable fate, the Seattle Seahawks get destroyed at home by the Cardinals, the Kansas City Chiefs win and cover a fifth straight, and the Green Bay Packers win another NFC North title by ousting the Vikings under the lights of Monday Night Football. Let’s dig into some of the more notable Week 17 matchups and see what they have to offer!
NFL Week 17 Matchups Odds
Tennessee vs. Houston (+3.5, 45)
Cleveland vs. Cincinnati (+2.5, 44.5)
Chicago vs. Minnesota (+1, 37)
Indianapolis vs. Jacksonville (+4, 43)
Atlanta vs. Tampa Bay (-1, 48)
Washington vs. Dallas (-10.5, 44)
New Orleans vs. Carolina (+13, 46)
Philadelphia vs. New York (+4, 45)
Pittsburgh vs. Baltimore (+2, 37)
New York vs. Buffalo (-1, 36)
Miami vs. New England (-15.5, 45)
Green Bay vs. Detroit (+13, 43)
Los Angeles vs. Kansas City (-8.5, 44.5)
Arizona vs. Los Angeles (-7, 49)
San Francisco vs. Seattle (+3, 47)
Oakland vs. Denver (-3, 40.5)
Though the Titans dropped a heartbreaker against the New Orleans Saints at home last week, Mike Vrabel’s troops still have the opportunity to punch a ticket to the second season due to the Steelers inability to go on the road and defeat Le’Veon Bell and the hapless Jets last week. Bill O’Brien has stated his team will take the field with the main goal of winning the game, but linemakers have chalked that up as nothing but coach speak. Tennessee now finds itself 3.5-point road favorites even though a bulk of the bets and handle have come in on Houston. Hopefully a fully healthy Derrick Henry shows up in the team’s biggest game of the year!
The Raiders will need a number of things to take shape for them in order to miraculously qualify for the postseason on Sunday. Frist and foremost, they’re going to need to go into Denver – a city they’ve fallen in six of the last seven times – and come out with a victory. On top of that, they’re going to need the Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens to come out victorious against the Titans and Steelers respectively. If that’s not enough, they’ll also need the Colts to beat the Jaguars in Jacksonville. If that all goes down, the silver and black will find themselves back in the playoffs for only the fifth time since the turn of the century!
Regardless of what goes down in Week 17, the Steelers will have nobody to blame but themselves for being unable to qualify for the playoffs should they not be able to defeat the Lamar Jackson-less Ravens on Sunday. This season has been nothing short of a frenetic roller coaster ride for Mike Tomlin’s troops. They dropped four of their first five games, followed it up with wins in seven of their next eight games to get back into the AFC playoff mix, and then went down in defeat to the Bills and Jets by 17-10 and 16-10 final scores the last two weeks. The defense must come up big once again in Week 17 with Duck Hodges nestling in back under center.
Last but definitely not least, the pivotal NFC West clash between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks in front of the 12th Man; on Sunday Night Football no less! All eyes will no doubt be on this one with so much at stake. A 49ers win would earn Kyle Shanahan’s squad the top overall seed in the NFC, a first round bye and home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. A Seattle win paired with the heavily favored Packers and Saints going down in defeat would result in Pete Carroll’s Seahawks earning the top overall seed. Likely a longshot of occurring, but you never know! Either way, San Fran will be gunning for the win after falling in overtime at home in the first showdown back in Week 11 on Monday Night Football.
NFL Week 17 Betting Schedule - December 29
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