NFL Week 15 Las Vegas Point Spreads

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(The Spread) – Check out the latest point spreads for Week 15 in the NFL from Las Vegas oddsmakers.

The marquee game on the schedule this week is definitely in Denver where the Broncos will host the New England Patriots on Sunday. Although Tim Tebow and Co. have won six consecutive games they find themselves as 6-point home underdogs at the Las Vegas Hilton this week. Apparently oddsmakers aren’t quite buying into the Tebow magic quite yet, even though the Broncos are now in control of their own playoff destiny.

With their wild 34-31 win over the Cowboys last Sunday night, the Giants own sole possession of first place in the NFC East by virtue of their head-to-head tiebreaker over Dallas. That means that New York is now in control of its own destiny if it wins out. But first things first, the G-Men must beat a Washington Redskins team that defeated them in Week 1 and has played more competitive of late. The Giants are currently listed as 7-point home favorites over the Skins in Vegas.

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The Monday Night Football game this week should be a doozy as the San Francisco 49ers will host the Pittsburgh Steelers. While the Niners have already clinched the NFC West title and a trip to the playoffs, the Steelers are in a battle with the Ravens for first place in the AFC North. With Ben Roethlisberger hobbled by a high ankle injury, the Steelers find themselves as 1-point road dogs for their game against the Niners on Monday.

NFL fans can enjoy two pre-Sunday games this week, as the Falcons will host the Jaguars on Thursday night on the NFL Network and the Cowboys will travel to Tampa to take on the Bucs on Saturday night. Atlanta is currently an 11.5-point favorite over Jacksonville while Tampa Bay is a 6.5-point home dog against the Cowboys.

For a complete list of Las Vegas point spreads for Week 15 in the NFL, see below.

2011 NFL Week 15 Las Vegas Odds & Totals:

Thursday, December 15, 2011

301 Jacksonville Jaguars +11.5 (42)

302 Atlanta Falcons –11.5

Saturday, December 17, 2011

303 Dallas Cowboys –6.5 (46.5)

304 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6.5

Sunday, December 18, 2011

305 Washington Redskins +7 (45.5)

306 New York Giants –7

307 Green Bay Packers –13.5 (45.5)

308 Kansas City Chiefs +13.5

309 New Orleans Saints –7.5 (50.5)

310 Minnesota Vikings +7.5

311 Seattle Seahawks +4.5 (35.5)

312 Chicago Bears –4.5

313 Miami Dolphins +1

314 Buffalo Bills -1

315 Carolina Panthers +6.5 (45.5)

316 Houston Texans –6.5

317 Tennessee Titans –6.5 (41)

318 Indianapolis Colts +6.5

319 Cincinnati Bengals –6

320 St. Louis Rams +6

321 Detroit Lions –1 (47.5)

322 Oakland Raiders +1

323 New England Patriots –6 (46)

324 Denver Broncos +6

325 New York Jets +2. (44.5)

326 Philadelphia Eagles –2.5

327 Cleveland Browns +6.5 (37.5)

328 Arizona Cardinals –6.5

329 Baltimore Ravens –2.5 (44.5)

330 San Diego Chargers +2.5

Monday, December 19

331 Pittsburgh Steelers +1

332 San Francisco 49ers –1

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