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The holidays are a time for giving and NFL teams are looking to give their fanbases the satisfaction of a playoff berth in the coming weeks. Mid-December is a crucial period on the pro football calendar and NFL Week 15 odds reveal plenty of juicy matchups with major postseason implications. Key games include Titans at Steelers and Packers at Ravens.
Check out all of the NFL Week 15 odds below.
NFL Week 15 odds
Sportsbooks have posted NFL Week 15 odds with point spread, moneyline and over under betting options.
Thursday, Dec. 16
Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers – 8:20 p.m. ET
The Chiefs leveraged a matchup against the Raiders for the second time in the last four games to get their beleaguered offense healthy, with KC notching a 48-9 win in Week 14. The Chargers had their own blowout victory, as they throttled a perennially short-handed Giants team by a 37-21 score.
Patrick Mahomes threw for a relatively ordinary 258 yards in the big win over Las Vegas, but he also totaled a pair of passing TDs and didn’t turn the ball over, making it an encouraging afternoon overall. For all the talk of their struggles, the Chiefs now have a six-game winning streak and lead the Chargers by a game in the AFC West, making this contest all the more critical.
Los Angeles’ 8-4 record puts them in position to not only catch the Chiefs with a win in this spot, but to actually take a lead on them for the division for all practical purposes since they’d have swept the season series if they can record a win Thursday. Of critical importance will be the availability of both Austin Ekeler and Keenan Allen, which isn’t certainly for either player as the week begins. Ekeler is nursing an ankle injury that caused an early exit from Sunday’s game, while Allen remains in COVID-19 protocols as of Monday afternoon. However, both players are expected to be available for Thursday as per latest reports.
Following each team’s Week 14 games, the Chiefs’ early projected advantage of -3 has grown slightly.
Saturday, Dec. 18
New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts – 8:15 p.m. ET
The Patriots were off in Week 14 after notching a big 14-10 victory against the Bills to close out the prior slate, a game in which Mac Jones put up just three pass attempts. The Colts were also idle in Week 14 following a 31-0 thumping of the Houston Texans on the road in Week 13.
New England’s defense got a bit of a hand from the elements in Buffalo, but the Pats are arguably playing at a league-best level on that side of the ball. Bill Belichick’s crew is allowing an AFC-low 283.3 total yards per road game, and New England has also recorded an AFC-high 19 interceptions. Factor in 32 sacks over 12 games, and the Pats seemingly have what it takes to cause Carson Wentz and a solid but just average receiver corps plenty of trouble.
The Colts’ Jonathan Taylor’s matchup against the Patriots’ elite defense should make for fascinating viewing from a pure football perspective. As Taylor goes, so usually does Indianapolis, so the Colts’ elite offensive line will look to make inroads against a New England front surrendering just 99.8 rushing yards per road contest. Belichick has usually excelled at taking a team’s top weapon away, and although that’s often a No. 1 receiver, it will be interesting to see how successful he is in nullifying Taylor.
In what is some particularly interesting line movement, the initial line of Colts -1 – which was already somewhat of a surprise – grew by another point as the new week began. With this contest a marquee late-season matchup and an “island” game, betting interest should be substantial.
Sunday, Dec. 19
Carolina Panthers at Buffalo Bills – 1 p.m. ET
The Panthers’ spiraling season continued Sunday, with Carolina suffering a 29-21 loss to the Falcons in which Cam Newton was benched in the fourth quarter. The Bills didn’t have any better of any experience when all was said and done, as their spirited comeback against the Buccaneers on the road ultimately went for naught in the form of a 33-27 loss.
Head coach Matt Rhule made it a point after Sunday’s loss to note that Newton, and not P.J. Walker, was his starting quarterback, but he also emphasized how the turnovers the former has been guilty of have to be significantly curtailed. Unfortunately for the Panthers, they draw one of the worst possible matchups in that regard in Week 15 – the Bills have recorded 16 interceptions and 10 fumbles, will undoubtedly be an ornery, focused bunch after falling to 7-6, and have a sizable homefield edge.
Buffalo’s Josh Allen did everything he could to hang with Tom Brady and did manage to bring Buffalo all the way back from a 24-3 deficit while accounting for 417 total yards. The Panthers have allowed an NFL-low 162.8 passing yards per road contest despite the overall team struggles, so Buffalo may have to rely on its run game a bit more than usual. There were encouraging signs in that regard Sunday outside of Allen’s spectacular 100-yard effort – Devin Singletary managed to gain 52 yards on just four carries.
Following last week’s results, this line saw some significant movement, with Buffalo’s original -9.5 line growing comfortably into the double digits as the week began.
New York Jets at Miami Dolphins – 1 p.m. ET
The Jets played very short-handed in their receiving corps against the Saints in Week 14, resulting in a 30-9 loss. The Dolphins were off in Week 14 after notching their fifth straight win over the Giants in Week 13.
Both Corey Davis (groin) and Elijah Moore (knee) are on injured reserve for New York, leaving rookie quarterback Zach Wilson with a makeshift receiving corps that’s headlined by serviceable but unspectacular veterans like Jamison Crowder and Keelan Cole. That type of weaponry isn’t likely to get very far in a road matchup against a Dolphins squad that’s played lights-out defense at home, especially against the pass. Miami is allowing just 201.1 passing yards per home contest, and just 190.3 over its last three contests overall.
The Dolphins are opening the week with Myles Gaskin, Phillip Lindsay and Savon Ahmed on the COVID-19 list, although each player will theoretically have time to get back in time for the contest. Even if Miami is forced to face New York with a truncated backfield, a passing game that is growing in confidence by the week and got DeVante Parker back in the fold Week 13 could find plenty of success. New York will enter the divisional clash giving up 269.3 passing yards per road game at a 70.4 percent completion rate.
Following yet another Jets loss, the Dolphins’ look-ahead projected advantage of seven points grew to 8.5 at multiple sportsbooks as the week started.
Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions – 1 p.m. ET
The Cardinals stumbled at home in Week 14, suffering a loss to the Rams on Monday night. Then, Arizona announced Wednesday it would shut No. 1 receiver DeAndre Hopkins down for the rest of the regular season due to a knee injury. Meanwhile, the Lions couldn’t follow up their spirited Week 13 win over the Vikings with a second consecutive victory, falling to an emotionally charged Broncos team by a 38-10 score.
The Lions kept things close in the first half against Denver before falling apart a bit in the second half, not completely unexpected considering that, among other things, Detroit played without both D’Andre Swift and Jamaal Williams due to a shoulder injury and COVID-19, respectively. Fill-in Craig Reynolds did turn in a fine performance with an 11-83 line on the ground, and whoever is in the backfield for the Lions could be key to any success Detroit might enjoy moving the ball. The Cards’ one Achilles heel has been stopping the run, although the majority of their issues have come at home.
Following the Hopkins news, the Cardinals are back down to the original line of -12.5 after climbing as high as -14.
Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants – 1 p.m. ET
The Cowboys moved to 9-4 with a 27-20 win over Washington on the road in Week 14 to take a three-game lead in the NFC East with four games remaining. The Giants were short-handed yet again on offense, helping lead to a 37-21 defeat on the road at the hands of the Chargers.
The Cowboys offense actually looked quite pedestrian in victory Sunday, and despite any public proclamations to the contrary, it appears clear Dallas is managing Ezekiel Elliott’s knee carefully. The star back logged just 12 carries even with Tony Pollard sidelined due to a foot injury. Third-stringer Corey Clement actually outpaced Elliott by a carry, and it will be interesting to see what the workload split will be regardless of Pollard’s availability for this game. The Giants have been a particularly difficult defense to crack at home, with New York giving up over 70 yards per game less at MetLife than on the road.
The injury question marks for New York abound heading into this game, the most prominent being the one attached to Daniel Jones and his troublesome neck. The injury has already cost the third-year quarterback two games, and a Monday visit with a specialist that was to also include a scan could offer a big clue toward his potential availability for this contest. Sterling Shepard was able to make a return from a multi-game absence Sunday to get New York’s receiver corps almost to full health, but Kadarius Toney (oblique) remains iffy for this divisional clash as the week starts.
Following Week 14 results, Dallas’ already sizable look-ahead line of 10 has grown by over a point as the week begins.
Tennessee Titans at Pittsburgh Steelers – 1 p.m. ET
The Titans got Julio Jones back from injured reserve Sunday and took care of business against the Jaguars, 20-0. The Steelers opened the slate with a tough 36-28 loss to the Vikings on the road, a game in which they showed plenty of heart while staging a second-half comeback that nevertheless fell short.
Tennessee didn’t do anything especially remarkable on offense against Jacksonville, and the fact they authored a shutout on defense wasn’t really all that surprising considering the caliber of competition. This road matchup should present as an appreciably stiffer test, especially for Ryan Tannehill and his teammates on that side of the ball. Despite Pittsburgh’s 6-6-1 record, the defense has continued to terrorize quarterbacks to the tune of an AFC-high 37 sacks.
Pittsburgh will look to build on the significant momentum it built up during its furious second-half rally against the Vikings, one that saw the Steelers score 28 points and nearly notch one more touchdown as time expired. Injuries have hit Mike Tomlin’s defense hard all season, however, and two of its most important components, T.J. Watt (groin) and Joe Haden (foot), enter the practice week likely to set to start Week 15 prep with limited participation at best.
The public was on the Steelers a bit after the open, shrinking the original look-ahead line of Titans -2.5 slightly.
Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars – 1 p.m. ET
Jaguars owner Shad Khan showed Urban Meyer the door this week and the Jags will be operating with Darrell Bevell as their interim head coach in this one. Despite the upheaval, the spread did not budge much at all with the Jags still favorites.
The Texans offense, and Davis Mills in particular, didn’t look completely overmatched against the Seahawks in Week 14, but the end result was still a 33-13 home loss for Houston. The Jaguars, perpetually in turmoil these days, couldn’t muster a single point in a shutout division loss to the Titans.
Mills will be the starter the rest of the way for Houston barring injury, and perhaps that type of job security helped the rookie relax a bit Sunday. Mills completed his first 13 pass attempts against Seattle and finished with 331 yards and a touchdown without an interception. While the shaky Seahawks defense wasn’t exactly a stiff test, the good news for Mills is that the Jaguars’ unit isn’t either – Jacksonville has allowed 357.2 total yards per game.
Jacksonville’s Sunday loss, their fifth straight, dropped them to 2-11. The offense is taking the brunt of the adversity and the criticism, and deservedly so after Trevor Lawrence threw another four interceptions against the Titans to push his total to 14. The Texans’ secondary was repeatedly exposed by Russell Wilson and Tyler Lockett on Sunday, but Houston picked off Lawrence three times in his pro debut back in Week 1, albeit while also allowing him 332 passing yards.
Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos – 4:05 p.m. ET
The Bengals engaged in a highly entertaining battle with the 49ers at home on Sunday, but they ultimately dropped their second straight decision at Paul Brown Stadium by a 26-23 score in overtime. The Broncos honored franchise legend Demaryius Thomas in various ways Sunday against the Lions, most notably in the form of a 38-10 win.
Cincinnati looked to be in dire straits for the second straight week at home Sunday before mounting a comeback from what had been a 17-6 halftime deficit. The rally ultimately went for naught, however, as San Francisco countered Cincy’s field goal in overtime with a game-winning touchdown from Brandon Aiyuk. The Bengals are thus 7-6 going into this key matchup against a Broncos defense that’s now allowing the seventh-fewest total yards per game (324.8).
Denver’s emotional victory was truly a team effort, as the Broncos posted 358 total yards and allowed just 316. The Broncos’ trademark Melvin Gordon-Javonte Williams ground attack – which combined for 184 rushing yards and three rushing scores Sunday – will have a good litmus test against a Cincinnati defense that’s allowed just 81.3 rushing yards per road contest.
This line has been flipped on its head following Week 14 results – the original look-ahead line of Bengals -3 is now Broncos -1.5 as the week begins.
Atlanta Falcons at San Francisco 49ers – 4:05 p.m. ET
The Falcons kept themselves in the NFC playoff conversation with a 29-21 win over the Panthers on Sunday. The 49ers outlasted the Bengals on the road in overtime, 26-23, to move to 7-6.
Atlanta still has to piece its offense together creatively each week while Calvin Ridley (personal) remains away from the team, but head coach Arthur Smith has managed to do it enough to squeeze out six wins overall and keep the Falcons’ postseason hopes alive. The challenge against a surging 49ers team at its place will be steep, however, especially considering San Fran is allowing the seventh-fewest total yards per home game (320.0), including just 214.2 passing yards per contest in that split.
The Niners are actually just 2-4 straight up at home this season, but that pair of victories has come against the Rams and Vikings in San Francisco’s last two tilts at Levi’s Stadium. Kyle Shanahan’s squad has won four of the last five overall and will have a chance to get talented but oft-injured Elijah Mitchell back from his concussion/knee issues for this game. Atlanta could be a good target, although the Falcons have played much better run defense on the road (104.1 RYPG allowed) than at home (137.8).
The public is betting the Niners at the moment, pushing the early look-ahead line of 7.5 up slightly.
Green Bay Packers at Baltimore Ravens – 4:25 p.m. ET
The Packers got a bit more fight than they likely bargained for from the Bears on Sunday night, but Aaron Rodgers’ four touchdown passes and 341 passing yards led to a 45-30 win for Green Bay. The Ravens lost Lamar Jackson to what has now been termed a low-ankle sprain in a 24-22 defeat the hands of the Browns, but the 2019 MVP does have a chance to suit up for this contest according to head coach John Harbaugh.
Aaron Rodgers came out of Sunday night’s win saying his ailing toe was feeling worse following the contest. Whether a minor surgery is required remains to be seen, but for the moment, there isn’t yet any chatter about Rodgers missing this game. The future Hall of Famer’s connection with Davante Adams was in elite form against Chicago – Adams brought in 10 of 13 targets for 121 yards and two touchdowns – and the duo could be set for another banner day in this matchup. The Ravens secondary is considerably short-handed at this point in the season, and Baltimore comes in allowing an AFC-high 288.8 passing yards per home game.
The health of the two starting quarterbacks will very much be a focus this week when also factoring in Jackson’s ankle issues. If the star signal-caller ultimately can’t go, the Ravens at least have to have a robust amount of confidence in Tyler Huntley, who’s now put on a very convincing Lamar impression on the two occasions he’s seen extended playing time in this season. Huntley threw for 270 yards and rushed for another 45 after taking over in Sunday’s loss, although if he does get the call against Green Bay, he’ll face a stingy secondary (217.3 PYPG on road allowed) that will at least partly gameplan to face him this week.
A game that should carry plenty of betting interest has seen its line explode from the original Packers -2 figure, with the uncertainty regarding Jackson naturally sending the public fleeing to Green Bay.
New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 8:20 p.m. ET
The Saints went on the road and handled an inferior, short-handed opponent in the Jets in Week 14, recording a 30-9 win. The Buccaneers were involved in a rollercoaster of a battle against the visiting Bills before prevailing by a 33-27 score in overtime.
Taysom Hill couldn’t get much going through the air against New York, but he once again shined on the ground with 73 rushing yards and a pair of scores. However, his 175 passing yards isn’t likely to get it done against the Buccaneers, which can be thrown on at times but which also have the pass rush (35 sacks in 13 games) to disrupt even a quarterback with elite mobility like Hill. Alvin Kamara — good as he looked Sunday while amassing 145 total yards and a rushing TD — could also have a difficult time helping balance out the attack considering how elite Tampa Bay’s run defense usually is. In New Orleans’ Week 8 win over Tampa Bay, Kamara was held to 3.2 yards per rush.
Tom Brady now has thrown for over 300 yards in three of his last four contests, and he did see a five-game streak of at least one interception come to an end Sunday. Nevertheless, this match up against the Saints is one that’s given Brady trouble since coming to Tampa. New Orleans picked Brady off twice in the aforementioned Week 8 victory, which followed five interceptions against him in two regular-season wins during 2020. Brady did solve the Saints to an extent in the divisional round last January, but on paper, the matchup is far from appetizing – New Orleans is giving up just 202.0 passing yards per road contest and has picked off 14 passes in 13 games overall.
Despite the Saints recording a more sizable win than the Bucs on Sunday, Tampa Bay’s initial robust 11.5-point projected advantage remains in place as the week starts.
Monday, Dec. 20
Las Vegas Raiders at Cleveland Browns – 5 p.m. ET
Update: Las Vegas versus Cleveland was postponed from Saturday afternoon to Monday afternoon due to the COVID-19 outbreak within the Browns organization. As of Friday, the Browns had a whopping 24 players either test positive or were already on the COVID/reserve list from last week.
Cleveland was favored by as much as 6.5 early in the week but a major COVID-19 outbreak in Cleveland has made the Raiders the favorites. The Browns placed eight players, including WR Jarvis Landry and starting offensive linemen Jedrick Willis and Wyatt Teller, on the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday. Another huge blow came Wednesday when it was learned that starting QB Baker Mayfield tested positive for COVID-19 and then backup Case Keenum tested positive the following day. Third-stringer Nick Mullens is slated to start for Cleveland.
This past weekend, the Raiders took a second walloping from the Chiefs in the span of a month in Week 14, falling to KC by a 48-9 score at Arrowhead. The Browns got some revenge on the Ravens, who lost Lamar Jackson early due to an ankle injury, atoning for a Week 12 defeat by notching a 24-22 win over Baltimore.
The Raiders have now dropped five of their last six games, which sunk Vegas to 6-7 and put them in danger of dropping out of the playoff picture. Rich Bisaccia’s squad has now give up at least 32 points in four of the last five contests as well, so even an average offense like the Browns could certainly cause them trouble, especially with Vegas allowing 125.3 rushing yards per contest.
The Browns are now just one game behind the Ravens in the AFC North, and even with a -11 point differential on the season, Cleveland sports a winning record at 7-6. Another concern for the Browns is the ankle injury suffered by Kareem Hunt, who is unlikely to play on Saturday. Fortunately for the Browns, D’Ernest Johnson has already proven capable of providing starter-quality production on multiple occasions, so a tandem with him and Nick Chubb should be able to exploit any Raiders defensive vulnerabilities against the run.
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears – 8:15 p.m. ET
The Vikings escaped with a 36-28 home win against the Steelers to open up Week 14 after nearly blowing a sizable first-half lead. The Bears, and Justin Fields in particular, showed some life on offense Sunday night against the Packers, but the defense couldn’t keep up with Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams in a 45-30 Lambeau loss.
Minnesota’s offensive output, which was spearheaded by a spectacular 205-yard, two-touchdown performance by Dalvin Cook, was certainly impressive, especially considering Adam Thielen (ankle) missed the contest. Kirk Cousins was clearly affected by his trusty No. 2 wideout’s absence, completing a season-low 45.2 percent of his passes. Thielen could have a good chance to return for this contest, especially with the extra day to get healthy. Cook will face a Bears defense that’s allowed 120 rushing yards per game overall and ranks No. 25 in explosive rush play rate allowed, but that he’s only averaged 3.6 yards per carry against in five career games.
Justin Fields does seem to be bringing his vast talent to the surface the more he plays, as he threw for 224 yards and added another 74 yards on the ground with nine carries. However, ball security continues to be an issue for the rookie, with his two interceptions Sunday night pushing his total to 10 in 11 games. Fields also suffered a bruised hand in the loss to Green Bay, so his status will naturally bear monitoring over the days leading up to the contest. Minnesota is seemingly a defense that the Bears inconsistent offense may be able to gain some traction against, however – the Vikes are allowing the third-most rushing yards per road game (143.9), rank in the bottom half of the league in rushing yards allowed to QBs specifically (269) and have also surrendered 251.9 passing yards per contest.
As the week began, the Vikings’ status as -4 road favorite remained steadfast.
Tuesday, Dec. 21
Washington Football Team at Philadelphia Eagles – 7 p.m. ET
Update: Washington versus Philadelphia was originally supposed to be played on Sunday but the WFT was in “intensive COVID-19 protocols” all week due to a high volume of positive tests.
Washington saw an encouraging four-game winning streak come to an end at home in Week 14, as the Football Team fell to the Cowboys in a key divisional battle, 27-20. The Eagles were off in Week 14 following a 33-18 win over the Jets on the road in Week 13.
The Cowboys were rude FedEx Field guests Sunday, sacking Taylor Heinicke and Kyle Allen a total of five times and recording nine QB hits overall. Heinicke was knocked out of the contest with a knee injury and was scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday, so the possibility of it being Allen under center for this divisional matchup is very much in play. Ron Rivera’s squad did sweep the season series from Philly last season, but the Eagles are coming off a bye and should have Jalen Hurts back from his ankle injury for this contest.
If Hurts is unable to go, however, Philadelphia is seemingly in fine shape with Gardner Minshew at the controls. The former Jags signal-caller threw for 242 yards and two touchdowns in the Week 13 win over the Jets. Miles Sanders also suffered a re-aggravation of his ankle injury versus New York, but the time off this past week may be enough for him to garner active status for this contest. Washington’s defense has been even better on the road than at home on a yards-per-game basis, however, allowing 339.8 in that split compared to 363.7 at FedEx.
Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams – 7 p.m. ET
Update: Seattle versus LA was originally supposed to be played on Sunday but the Rams were in “intensive COVID-19 protocols” this week due to a high volume of positive tests.
The Seahawks managed to record a second consecutive win Sunday, with Russell Wilson playing his best game yet since returning from finger surgery in a 33-13 win over the Texans. The Rams notched a major win Monday night in Arizona, toppling the Cardinals by a 30-23 score. However, Los Angeles begins prep for this matchup with all of Darrell Henderson, Odell Beckham, Jalen Ramsey and starting right tackle Rob Havenstein all on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Seattle’s offensive resurgence Sunday, which also included Rashaad Penny racking up a career-high 137 yards and two touchdowns, may be too little too late. Seattle is just 5-8 despite a +10 point differential on the season, and they’ll face a Rams squad in this matchup that handed them a 26-17 home loss back in Week 5. That was the contest Wilson suffered his finger injury in, however, and the veteran quarterback’s recent play and a running game that might be starting to emerge could make a significant difference in this rematch.
How NFL Week 15 lines are changing
As of late Sunday night, there were four games with double-digit spreads on the docket, along with three others that sport single digits but feature a favorite of at least a touchdown. The rest of the slate shapes up as very competitive based on posted lines, with the Chiefs as -3.5-point road favorites versus the Bolts and the Patriots as 1-point underdogs to the Colts especially standing out.
On the totals end of things, oddsmakers are envisioning a lower-scoring week as weather and injuries begin to make their collective presence felt. As of late Sunday, all games have projected totals under 50, and a whopping 12 of them are at 45 points or less.
Here are the initial NFL Week 15 odds and we will add updated lines when the point spreads start to change.
- Kansas City Chiefs -3 at LA Chargers +3
- Las Vegas Raiders +5.5 at Cleveland Browns -5.5
- New England Patriots -1 at Indianapolis Colts +1
- Carolina Panthers +9.5 at Buffalo Bills -9.5
- Washington Football Team +2.5 at Philadelphia Eagles -2.5
- Dallas Cowboys -10 at New York Giants +10
- Houston Texans +3.5 at Jacksonville Jaguars -3.5
- Tennessee Titans -2.5 at Pittsburgh Steelers +2.5
- Arizona Cardinals -12.5 at Detroit Lions +12.5
- New York Jets +7 at Miami Dolphins -7
- Cincinnati Bengals -3 at Denver Broncos +3
- Atlanta Falcons +7.5 at San Francisco -7.5
- Green Bay Packers -2 at Baltimore Ravens +2
- Seattle Seahawks +7 at LA Rams -7
- New Orleans Saints +11.5 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers -11.5
- Minnesota Vikings -4 at Chicago Bears +4
Here are updated NFL Week 15 odds with the current point spreads.
- Kansas City Chiefs -3 at LA Chargers +3
- Las Vegas Raiders +3 at Cleveland Browns -3
- New England Patriots +2.5 at Indianapolis Colts -2.5
- Tennessee Titans +1.5 at Pittsburgh Steelers -1.5
- Dallas Cowboys -11 at New York Giants +11
- Carolina Panthers +14 at Buffalo Bills -14
- New York Jets +10 at Miami Dolphins -10
- Washington Football Team +6.5 at Philadelphia Eagles -6.5
- Houston Texans +4.5 at Jacksonville Jaguars -4.5
- Arizona Cardinals -12.5 at Detroit Lions +12.5
- Cincinnati Bengals +3 at Denver Broncos -3
- Atlanta Falcons +8 at San Francisco 49ers -8
- Green Bay Packers -7 at Baltimore Ravens +7
- Seattle Seahawks +6.5 at LA Rams -6.5
- New Orleans Saints +11 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers -11
- Minnesota Vikings -6 at Chicago Bears +6
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