NFL Week 15 Odds

NFL Week 15 Opening Point Spread Odds & Over/Under Totals 12/12/16

The opening odds are out for Week 15 of the NFL season. Here is a look at what oddsmakers think of this upcoming week’s games.

Bet on Week 15 of the NFL

One of the featured games next week has two 9-win NFC teams colliding as the New York Giants host the Detroit Lions on Sunday at 1PM ET. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, the Giants are favored at home, as they are getting odds of -4.5 points against the Lions. The over/under total has yet to be set. The Lions are 9-4 on the year and 3-3 on the road while the Giants are 9-4 overall and 6-1 at home. Detroit is 8-5 against the spread this season and on a five-game winning streak, but QB Matthew Stafford injured his middle finger on his throwing hand in a win over the Bears on Sunday and will not be 100 percent for this game. The Giants are 7-5-1 against the spread this season and they have won seven of their last eight, including completing a season sweep of the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night.

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The other featured game in Week 15 has the past two Super Bowl champions colliding when the Denver Broncos host the New England Patriots at 4:25PM ET on Sunday. Oddsmakers at BetDSI have the Patriots as a slight road favorite, giving New England odds of -3 points against the Broncos. New England has yet to play in Week 14, as they face the Ravens tonight. They are 10-2 on the season right now and 6-0 on the road. Denver is 8-5 overall and 4-2 at home. Denver has lost three of its last five, including a 13-10 loss at Tennessee last week. The Broncos are now 8-5 against the spread. Coming into tonight, New England has won three straight and is 9-3 against the spread.

For a look at the odds for each of the Week 15 Games in the NFL, please see below

NFL Week 15 Odds & Totals

Thursday, Dec. 15

301 Los Angeles Rams +14 (40)

302 Seattle Seahawks -14 (40)

Saturday, Dec. 17

303 Miami Dolphins -3 (40.5)

304 New York Jets +3 (40.5)

Sunday, Dec. 18

305 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7.5 (N/A)

306 Dallas Cowboys -7.5 (N/A)

307 Detroit Lions +4.5 (N/A)

308 New York Giants -4.5 (N/A)

309 Philadelphia Eagles +5.5 (N/A)

310 Baltimore Ravens -5.5 (N/A)

311 Green Bay Packers -5 (N/A)

312 Chicago Bears +5

313 Indianapolis Colts +4 (44.5)

314 Minnesota Vikings -4 (44.5)

315 Cleveland Browns +10 (43)

316 Buffalo Bills -120 (43)

317 Tennessee Titans +5 (43)

318 Kansas City Chiefs -5 (43)

319 Jacksonville Jaguars +5.5 (40)

320 Houston Texans -5.5 (40)

321 New Orleans Saints +2.5 (50)

322 Arizona Cardinals -2.5 (50)

323 San Francisco 49ers +13 (51.5)

324 Atlanta Falcons -13 (51.5)

325 New England Patriots -3 (N/A)

326 Denver Broncos +3 (N/A)

327 Oakland Raiders -3 (50.5)

328 San Diego Chargers +3 (50.5)

329 Pittsburgh Steelers -3 (45)

330 Cincinnati Bengals +3 (45)

Monday, Dec. 19

331 Carolina Panthers +4.5 (51)

332 Washington Redskins -4.5 (51)


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