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NFL Week 15 Schedule

NFL Week 15 Schedule

NFL WEEK 15 SCHEDULE – We’ve compiled the NFL Week 15 schedule for your enjoyment. We are four weeks away from the end of the season and it’s time to separate the champions from the ne’er-do-wells. Be sure to check back in at Godzilla Wins for a complete analysis and pick ATS of every NFL game on the slate.

Thursday, December 15th

49ers (9-4) at Seahawks (7-6)

8:15 pm – Prime Video

The 49ers continue their improbable run with third string quarterback and Mr. Irrelevant, Brock Purdy. They travel to Seattle in a key divisional matchup that should have playoff ramifications. Meanwhile, the Seahawks look to get back on track after their stutter against Carolina. Considering Purdy’s play last week, the Niners might to slightly overvalued against a very efficient Seahawks offense.

Saturday, December 17th

Colts (4-8-1) at Vikings (10-3) 

1:oo pm – NFL Network

The Colts are coming off their bye week and should be well rested for this Saturday afternoon matchup. The Vikings are looking for redemption after an embarrassing loss to the trendy Lions. If the Vikings want to continue to stay on everyone’s nice list, they’ll need a convincing win at home. Fade the Colts if the line is anything under 3.

Ravens (9-4) at Browns (5-8)

4:30 pm – NFL Network

Quarterbacks will be at the center of the narrative for this game. Tyler Huntley might be out of concussion protocol for Saturday’s game, while Deshaun Watson looks like a man who hasn’t played football in 700 days. Vegas hasn’t wised up to Huntley yet and if you see that the Ravens are catching points, you may want to hammer them. So long as Huntley plays.

Dolphins (8-5) at Bills (10-3)

8:15 pm – NFL Network

The Dolphins’ perplexing loss to the Chargers on Sunday Night Football last week has been baked into the line here. The Dolphins travel to Buffalo as a seven-point underdog on Saturday Night Football. Josh Allen has been playing a little more recklessly lately, so look for Xavien Howard to sniff out an interception. Seven points is a tough pill to swallow in a divisional game. Tread carefully here.

Sunday, December 18th

Falcons (5-8) at Saints (4-9)

1:00 pm – FOX

The Falcons benched starter Marcus Mariota in favor of rookie, Desmond Ridder, and Mariota promptly left the team. Both teams are somehow still in the divisional playoff picture thanks to the putrid performance of all four teams in the NFC South. If you believe in Ridder, take the points, but 4.5 is an awkward number and there are a lot of questions in this game.

Steelers (5-8) at Panthers (5-8)

1:00 pm – CBS

Kenny Pickett is still in concussion protocol and will remain questionable for the game. Normally, I would recommend relying on the Mike Tomlin underdog trends and the T.J. Watt effect, but I can’t recommend a play that involves Mitch Trubisky. The Steelers will have a hard time winning games with Trubisky under center. Avoid a Steelers play if Pickett sits.

Eagles (12-1) at Bears (3-10)

1:00 pm – FOX

The Eagles travel to Chicago as a 9-point favorite. The Bears experienced a resurgence midway through the year when they finally adjusted their offense to suit the skills of Justin Fields. This offensive scheme has not translated into wins. The Eagles should be favored by double digits. They have no problem blowing teams out of the yard.

Chiefs (10-3) at Texans (1-11-1)

1:00 pm – CBS

The Texans almost upset the Cowboys last week, but the late game heroics of Dak Prescott spoiled their fun. Houston is one of the worst teams in the league and the Chiefs may be a Super Bowl favorite. The line sits at Texans +14. Be wary of any spread that large.

Cowboys (10-3) at Jaguars (5-8)

1:00 pm – FOX

The Jaguars routed the Titans last Sunday and launched themselves back into the playoff conversation, however slim. The Cowboys often underperform when playing mediocre clubs. The issue with Jacksonville has been their consistency. Dallas is a four-point favorite, but we have this line at -6 for the Cowboys. This is a steal at -4.

Lions (6-7) at Jets (7-6)

1:00 pm – CBS

The Lions are 5-0 after a 1-6 start to the season. Jared Goff is cooking, and the defense improves every week. Meanwhile the Jets kept sending Mike White back on the field last week against the Bills to take one massive hit after another. White might play, but he’s not going to be 100%. The Jets are a one-point favorite, but the Lions should not be catching points in this spot. Take the gift.

Cardinals (4-9) at Broncos (3-10)

4:05 pm – FOX

The Cardinals lost Kyler Murray for the season Monday night in an ugly loss against the Patriots. The Broncos finally ignited their offense in yet another loss Sunday. Vegas has responded to the Broncos incredible record against the under by listing the total at 36 points. Given the Broncos offensive explosion last week, it might be smart to fade the public and take the over.

Patriots (7-6) at Raiders (5-6)

4:05 pm – FOX

The Patriots were beset with injuries last week against the Cardinals, which could affect the game Sunday. The Raiders had won three in a row before their loss to the Rams. The Patriots are favored by one but consider the Raiders moneyline. The only thing that might make me hesitant is the Josh McDaniels factor. Can he actually beat his former boss?

Titans (7-6) at Chargers (7-6)

4:25 pm – CBS

Everyone is down on the Titans after the blowout loss to the Jaguars, but we have always known that the Jags have been underperforming this season. The Chargers played better than expected last week in their statement win against the Dolphins. The recency bias here is baked into the line, which favors the Chargers by 3. We like the Titans catching points. Vrabel is a monster as an underdog.

Bengals (9-4) at Buccaneers (6-7)

4:25 pm – CBS

The Bengals are quickly becoming a Super Bowl contender (again). The offensive line seems to have fixed many of its problems, the run game is effective, and Joe Burrow can put the ball in the end zone. The Buccaneers are holding onto a one game lead in the division. Tom Brady looks his age. The Bengals are favored by 3.5 on the road. If the line moves to 3, we suggest hammering Cincinatti.

Giants (7-5-1) at Commanders (7-5-1-)

8:20 – NBC

Sunday Night Football will feature two division rivals that ended their first game in a tie two weeks ago. The Giants’ luck is running out, while the Commanders are making a serious push for a wild card spot. Don’t get fooled into taking the Giants. Consider the under in the point total as well.

Monday, December 19th

Rams (4-9) at Packers (5-8)

8:15 pm – ESPN

The Rams finally won a game last Sunday. The Packers are still trying to put it together. Vegas has the Packers as a seven-point favorite. This game feels like a trap. We suggest avoiding it unless you are absolutely locked into the Pack-Attack.

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