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2014 NFL Week 15 Odds – Week 15 Lines Breakdown

December 10th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2014 NFL Week 15 Odds – Week 15 Lines Breakdown

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 15 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook. All times Eastern.

Thursday, December 11th

Arizona (-4, 40.5) at St. Louis 8:25 PM NFL Network

The Arizona Cardinals broke their two game losing skid last Sunday with a 17-14 win over Kansas City. They’ll travel to St. Louis to take on a Rams team that has won 3 out their last 4 games and are playing their best football of the season.

Sunday, December 14th

Pittsburgh (-2, 55) at Atlanta 1:00 PM CBS

The Pittsburgh Steelers looked like the team we saw in mid-season last Sunday when they destroyed the Bengals 42-21. They’ll take on an Atlanta squad that is still in the hunt in the NFC South.

Washington at NY Giants (-6.5, 46) 1:00 PM FOX

Two of the bottom teams in the NFC East, or NFC for that matter will meet when the 3-10 New York Giants take on the 2-11 Washington Redskins. There is no word yet on who will start at quarterback for Washington. New York finally broke back into the win column last weekend with a victory over Tennessee.

Miami at New England (-7.5, 47.5) 1:00 PM CBS

The 10-3 New England Patriots will look to clinch the AFC East when they take on the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins won the season’s first meeting in Miami back in week one, 33-20.

Oakland at Kansas City (-10, 41.5)1:00 PM CBS

Payback might be in order when the Oakland Raiders take on the Kansas City Chiefs. Some may remember the Raiders upset victory over the Chiefs back in week 12, which was the first of a 3 game losing streak for Kansas City.

Houston at Indianapolis (-6.5, 49.5) 1:00 PM CBS

The Indianapolis Colts will look to clinch the AFC South when the division rival Houston Texans. The Colts defeated the Texans back in week 8 in a Thursday night barnburner.

Jacksonville at Baltimore (-14, 45) 1:00 PM CBS

The Baltimore Ravens got a big 28-13 win over Miami last Sunday, they’ll look to continue their push for a postseason berth when they take on the 2-11 Jacksonville Jaguars.

Green Bay (-4, 50) at Buffalo 1:00 PM FOX

The Green Bay Packers will look to continue their impressive run when they head to upstate New York to take on the Buffalo Bills. The Packers are coming off a 43-37 win on Monday night. The Bills are currently 7-6 and coming off a 24-17 loss at Denver.

Tampa Bay at Carolina 1:00 PM FOX

The Carolina Panthers finally snapped their 6 game losing streak when they went to the Superdome and laid the smackdown on the Saints 41-10. The 4-8-1 Panthers are back in contention in the NFC South after the Monday night loss by the Falcons. Derek Anderson will make the start for Cam Newton, who was in an automobile accident on Tuesday.

Cincinnati at Cleveland (-1, 43.5) 1:00 PM FOX

The Cincinnati Bengals will be looking to avenge their 24-7 home loss to Cleveland back in early November. They’ll also be looking to spoil the first NFL start for Cleveland QB Johnny Manziel, who was named the starter this week replacing Brian Hoyer.

NY Jets (-2, 42.5) at Tennessee 4:05 PM CBS

In what could be the least watched game of week 15, the 2-11 New York Jets take on the 2-11 Tennessee Titans in a matchup of two teams that should be jockeying for draft position.

Denver (-4, 50.5) at San Diego 4:05 PM CBS

The 10-3 Denver Broncos can clinch the AFC West this Sunday with a win, but it won’t come easy as they’ll travel to San Diego to take on the 8-5 Chargers. This one could be a lot closer than the 35-21 result back in late October.

Minnesota at Detroit (-8, 42.5) 4:25 PM FOX

The 9-4 Detroit Lions will look to keep pace in the NFC North when they host the 6-7 Minnesota Vikings. Should the Lions win thew next two games, they will meet the Packers in week 17 for the NFC North division crown.

San Francisco at Seattle (-10, 37.5) 4:25 PM FOX

One of the biggest rivalries will be on tap for America’s game of the week on Fox when the surging Seattle Seahawks take on the struggling San Francisco 49ers in an NFC West tilt. The Seahawks took it to the 49ers on Thanksgiving night, winning in convincing fashion 19-3.

Dallas at Philadelphia (-3, 55) 8:30 PM NBC

The NFC East division lead will be at stake when the Dallas Cowboys take on the Philadelphia Eagles from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The Eagles embarrassed the Cowboys just two weeks ago on Thanksgiving, winning in Dallas 33-10.

Monday, December 15th

 New Orleans (-3, 54) at Chicago 8:30 PM ESPN

Two 5-8 teams take the field on Monday night as the New Orleans Saints will look to keep pace in the NFC South when they take on the disappointing Chicago Bears. The Saints have lost four of their last five games, while the Bears have lost two of their last five.

2012 NFL Week 15 Lines – Week Fifteen Lines Breakdown

December 15th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2012 NFL Week 15 Lines – Week Fifteen Lines Breakdown
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The 2012 NFL schedule continues in Week 15, as there are just three weeks left in the campaign to determine which teams will and will not be going to the playoffs, and where they will all be playing. Join us here at Bankroll Sports, as we break down all of the games on the Week 15 NFL schedule, along with all of the Week 15 odds on the board.

There are a heck of a lot of teams that are fighting for their lives right now, and we’re going to see that right away on Thursday when the Cincinnati Bengals visit the Philadelphia Eagles. Cincy is one of the many teams this week that is favored by right around a field goal. In fact, there are nine games as of Tuesday evening that are lined between two and four. The Bengals are one of those at the high end of that spectrum at -4 on the road against a Philadelphia team that is trying to play the role of spoiler.

Division titles can basically be won (or actually be won) in a number of games on Sunday, and most of the games are going to be incredibly close calls.

The Green Bay Packers are going on the road to Soldier Field on Sunday, and the clash against the Chicago Bears is going to be the biggest game of the year for both of these teams. The Pack will win the NFC North with a victory, while the Bears will claw right back into the race if they can hold serve at home. However, Green Bay is clearly the better of these two teams and is better form at the moment, and it is favored by a field goal as a result.

In the other big time game of the weekend that could solve a division championship is in the AFC South. The Houston Texans are a win over the Indianapolis Colts away from winning the division. However, at this point, the Colts also control their own destiny for shocking the world and winning the division. Indy will be in the playoffs with a win one way or the other, and it will put the pressure on the Texans in a big time way in the division race. Meanwhile, Houston is three wins away from the No. 1 seed on the AFC side of the postseason. Everyone sees how “lucky” QB Andrew Luck and the Colts are getting, and the whole world saw the Texans get their doors blown off on Monday, yet the hosts are the biggest favorites of the weekend at -7.5.

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Division leaders are also going to be involved in a few duels on Sunday as well that could shape the landscape of the playoffs in both conferences. We’ll start at the Georgia Dome, where the Atlanta Falcons are taking on the New York Giants. The G-Men are the team to watch here, as they are the ones with a heck of a lot more on the line. New York needs to win these final three games to ensure getting into the playoffs, and no other route will absolutely ensure a bit into the postseason. Atlanta is starting to stare over its back shoulder at some teams coming from behind, who might be able to catch up with it. The Giants are getting a point for now, but we wouldn’t be surprised if that flips by the end of the week.

Meanwhile over at M&T Bank Stadium, the Baltimore Ravens, who are perennially a fantastic home team, are actually two-point dogs this week to the Denver Broncos. The winner of this game is going to have a good chance to get a first round bye in the playoffs and keep their name in the hat for the No. 1 seed in the AFC. The loser is going to be in a lot of trouble, especially if it is the Ravens. Baltimore still hasn’t won the AFC North yet, and it needs a couple of wins down the stretch to ensure that that happens. The tiebreaker here is crucial for the Broncos, who already lose tiebreakers to both the Patriots and the Texans, and they aren’t going to want to have lost to all of their most competitive playoff foes going into the postseason.

Sunday Night Football this week also pits two division winners against each other. Both the San Francisco 49ers and the New England Patriots are chasing the top seeds in their respective conferences, and the team that loses this game is unlikely to ultimately be able to claim that top seed. The Niners are a group that garner a heck of a lot of respect, but this is the toughest game thus far in the career of QB Colin Kaepernick, who has to go against a New England defense that just shut down the top team in the NFL, the Texans, last week. That’s why the Pats are -5.5 to open up the week.

And then there are plenty of games that are going to involve teams with Wild Card playoff hopes as well. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints are essentially playing in an elimination game for sure, though both of these teams are already probably on the wrong side of the playoffs for good. New Orleans is laying 3.5 at the site of Super Bowl 47. The Washington Redskins are still hanging in there, and they have to go on the road to the Cleveland Browns this week as well. Cleveland is hot, and if the rest of the teams in the AFC North keep sliding, you never really know if it can actually get into the playoffs. Winning out is a pre-requisite for success though, and the Browns are getting 1.5 at home.

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Perhaps the most important of the Wild Card potential showdowns in the 1:00 ET hour pits the Minnesota Vikings against the St. Louis Rams. Both teams are still struggling to get into the playoffs, and both are going to need some wins and some help to get the job done. The loser is going to likely be done for this year, making this essentially a playoff game for both. The Rams are -2.5 at the Edward Jones Dome, and regardless of what happens to these two this year, both should be incredibly proud that they took a lot of steps in the right direction.

In the 4:00 ET hour though, there are two other crucial games. The Buffalo Bills are on their last gasp, and they have to win out and get a lot of help to think about the playoffs. They head to Toronto for their annual visit to the Rogers Centre on Sunday afternoon for a battle with the Seattle Seahawks, the team that everyone is chasing for the last playoff spot in the NFC. The Hawks are -4, and if they can win this one and watch the Bears lose earlier in the day, they’ll be in a spot where they really should make the playoffs from here.

The Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers are both 7-6 teams, and they’ll both know by the time they take the field in this one what it means to them. Dallas is in a spot this week where making up a game on the field in the NFC East is a distinct possibility, while Pittsburgh could draw nearer in the AFC North. However, the loser of this one will be just 7-7 through 14 games. That isn’t damning by any stretch of the imagination, but it will make life harder and open up the door for a number of teams that could slip into the playoff race around them both. This one should be tight at Dallas Cowboys Stadium, though the hosts are actually getting a point in what should be a crucial tilt.

Of course, for all of the great games on the docket, there are some lousy ones as well that we’ll fly through quickly. The Miami Dolphins are favored by a touchdown, making them the second biggest favorites of the weekend against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Carolina Panthers and San Diego Chargers are separated by just home field advantage, while the Detroit Lions are going to put their skid of four out of five games on the line against the longest losing streak in the NFL, that of the Arizona Cardinals. Arizona has dropped nine in a row, and it is coming off of the embarrassing 58-0 loss in Seattle last week. That’s why it is getting six points at home. The dog game of dog games pits the 10-loss Oakland Raiders against the 11-loss Chiefs. The loser of this one will be in significantly better shape in terms of the NFL Draft than the winner will be, but the Raiders are -3 thanks to home field advantage. Monday Night Football features the Titans at -2 against a New York Jets outfit that, believe it or not, could actually get back onto level terms for the last playoff spot on with a win and some help.

‘Totals’ this week are pretty tightly packed as well. There are only two numbers stuck in the 30s this week. The Jags and Fins are only expected to reach 37, the lowest ‘total’ of the weekend, while the Rams and Vikings are at 38. There are only two games in the 50s as well. The Falcons and Giants are the second highest number on the board of the weekend at 51, while the highest, not surprisingly, features the Saints and Bucs, who have two of the worst defenses in the NFL. That over/under is set for 53.5. All other ‘totals’ this week chime in between 42 and 48.

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Week 15 NFL Betting Odds for Thursday, December 13th
301 Cincinnati Bengals -4.5
302 Philadelphia Eagles +4.5
Over/Under 45

Week 15 NFL Spreads for Sunday, December 16th (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
303 Green Bay Packers -1
304 Chicago Bears +1
Over/Under 43

305 New York Giants +1
306 Atlanta Falcons -1
Over/Under 51

307 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +4
308 New Orleans Saints -4
Over/Under 53.5

309 Minnesota Vikings +1
310 St. Louis Rams -1
Over/Under 39

311 Washington Redskins -1
312 Cleveland Browns +1
Over/Under 43

313 Jacksonville Jaguars +8
314 Miami Dolphins -8
Over/Under 37.5

315 Denver Broncos -3
316 Baltimore Ravens +3
Over/Under 48

317 Indianapolis Colts +10
318 Houston Texans -10
Over/Under 47.5

NFL Week 15 Betting Lines for Sunday, December 16th (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
319 Carolina Panthers +3
320 San Diego Chargers -3
Over/Under 44.5

321 Seattle Seahawks -4.5
322 Buffalo Bills +4.5
Over/Under 43

323 Detroit Lions -6
324 Arizona Cardinals +6
Over/Under 43.5

325 Pittsburgh Steelers -1
326 Dallas Cowboys +1
Over/Under 44

327 Kansas City Chiefs +3
328 Oakland Raiders -3
Over/Under 44

Sunday Night Football Week 15 Odds for Sunday, December 16th
329 San Francisco 49ers +4.5
330 New England Patriots -4.5
Over/Under 46

Monday Night Football Week 15 Lines for Monday, December 17th
331 New York Jets +1
332 Tennessee Titans -1
Over/Under 41