NFL Week 15 Opening Point Spreads

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

Despite suffering significant injuries on offense in Week 14, both the Panthers and Bengals opened as road favorites in Week 15.

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Panthers at Giants, 1:00PM ET, Sunday

The undefeated Panthers lambasted NFC South rivals the Falcons 38-0 on Sunday and have opened as road favorites versus the Giants in Week 15 despite Jonathan Stewart and Greg Olsen both suffering injuries. Stewart should be fine despite suffering a foot injury in the win over Atlanta, while Olsen should also be good to go after sitting out Sunday's second half with a knee injury. According to oddsmakers from online sports book Mybookie.ag, the Panthers have opened as 5.5-point favorites at the Giants on Sunday.

Bengals at 49ers, 4:25PM ET, Sunday

While Olsen and Stewart should be fine for the Panthers, the Bengals will defintiely be without quarterback Andy Dalton for the foreseeable future. Dalton suffered a fractured thumb in the team's loss to the Steelers in Week 14 and will likely miss the rest of the regular season. Despite going from Dalton to second-year backup A.J. McCarron, Cincinnati still opened as a 4-point road favorite for Sunday's game in San Francisco.

Broncos at Steelers, 4:25PM ET, Sunday

Even though Brock Osweiler played poorly in the Broncos' home loss to the Raiders on Sunday and the Steelers have looked great in back-to-back weeks, it's still a little surprising to see Pittsburgh open as a 6-point favorite over Denver in Week 15. This matchup could be a potential playoff preview because if the postseason were to start today, Denver would be the three-seed in the AFC while Pittsburgh would be the six-seed. That means the Steelers would travel to Denver to take on the Broncos in the wild card round of the playoffs. We'll see if sharp bettors take the points with a Broncos team that continues to play well defensively.

NFL Week 15 Point Spreads

301 Tampa Bay Buccaneers PK (41)

302 St. Louis Rams PK

303 New York Jets -3 (42.5)

304 Dallas Cowboys +3

305 Chicago Bears +5 (43)

306 Minnesota Vikings -5

307 Atlanta Falcons +3 (48.5)

308 Jacksonville Jaguars -3

309 Houston Texans N/A

310 Indianapolis Colts N/A

311 Kansas City Chiefs -7 (43)

312 Baltimore Ravens +7

313 Buffalo Bills PK (44)

314 Washington Redskins PK

315 Tennessee Titans +13.5

316 New England Patriots -13.5

317 Arizona Cardinals -3.5 (50.5)

318 Philadelphia Eagles +3.5

319 Carolina Panthers -5.5

320 New York Giants +5.5

321 Cleveland Browns +14.5 (43)

322 Seattle Seahawks -14.5

323 Green Bay packers -3 (46.5)

324 Oakland Raiders +3

325 Miami Dolphins +1

326 San Diego Chargers -1

327 Denver Broncos +6 (45)

328 Pittsburgh Steelers -6

329 Cincinnati Bengals -4 (42)

330 San Francisco 49ers +4

331 Detroit Lions +3 (50.5)

332 New Orleans Saints -3

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