Early Trending Odds NFL Week 15

Early Trending Odds NFL Week 15

NFL Week 14 doesn’t kick-off until tomorrow but 5Dimes oddsmakers have dropped NEXT week’s odds already. Keep reading for the top trending odds for NFL Week 15 action.

Early Trending Odds NFL Week 15

Thursday, December 12, 2019

NY Jets at Baltimore -14
at 8:20 PM ET
TV: NFLN

The Jets probably won’t be going all-out to get the win here as they look to land a top 5 pick in next year’s draft. It probably wouldn’t matter much with Lamar Jackson and the Ravens playing at an incredibly high level. Baltimore tops the 40-point plateau in Week 15.

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Philadelphia -6 at Washington
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: FOX

Sure, the Eagles have stunk up the join this season. Philadelphia has far underachieved in 2019 while battling injuries on both sides of the ball. Still, sheer desperation, combined with the fact that the Redskins are mediocre in every way, means Philly gets the convincing win in the nation’s capitol.

Chicago at Green Bay -7
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: FOX

Let’s see. The Bears have a solid defense, but the can’t score, mostly because they have an awful quarterback in Mitch Trubisky. The Packers are playing at home in December where future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers is nearly unbeatable. No matter how you do the math, the Packers come out on top.

New England -10.5 at Cincinnati
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: CBS

Sure, Tom Brady is almost completely bereft of talent at the skill positions, but the Patriots come run out their second-stringers and beat the woeful Bengals by a gazillion points!

Houston at Tennessee -2.5
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: CBS

The Texans have a legitimate superstar in quarterback Deshaun Watson, but the Tennessee Titans look like a completely different team under a clearly resurrected Ryan Tannehill of all people. This Week 15 AFC South showdown looks like a classic field goal finish that Tennessee pulls out late.

Seattle -5 at Carolina
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: FOX

Ron Rivera’s tenure has come to an end in Carolina as the Panthers have pretty much gone belly up the last month. Seattle started off the season as an almost afterthought as a legitimate Super Bowl candidate in the NFC, but that’s not the case anymore. Russell Wilson is an absolute magician and the red-hot Seahawks will roll to victory in Week 15.

Buffalo -1 at Pittsburgh
at 8:20 PM ET
TV: 8:20 PM ET

The Bills are arguably the most resilient team in the league. Buffalo’s defense is rock-solid and quarterback Josh Allen looks better and better with each passing game. Still, Mike Tomlin should win Coach of the Year for his job with the injury-riddled Steelers this season. Somehow, someway, the Steelers take care of business in Week 15 in a contest that should resemble an all-out free-for-all.

Cleveland -2.5 at Arizona
at 4:05 PM ET
TV: CBS

The Browns have the edge in overall roster talent in this Week 15 matchup, but the loud-mouthed Baker Mayfield has been quieted this season because of a string of unimpressive performances. Cleveland will look to remain in the playoff chase. But I like clearly gifted rookie Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals to serve the Browns another piece of the humble pie they’ve been force-fed all season long.

LA Rams at Dallas -3.5
at 4:25 PM ET
TV: FOX

The Rams and Cowboys will both be completely desperate in this Week 15 meeting of NFC playoff hopefuls. Dallas has the better defense by far and the Boys are playing at home. Yet, I can’t bring myself to back the underachieving Cowboys and I definitely don’t believe that Jason Garrett is on the same level as L.A.’s Sean McVay. The Boys blow it at home to send Jerry Jones into his latest team-bashing frenzy.

Monday, December 16, 2019
Indianapolis at New Orleans -8.5
at 8:15 PM ET
TV: ESPN

New Orleans will be at home in their Week 15 inter-conference clash against Indianapolis, but drew Brees has looked mostly pedestrian this season and the Colts are one of the biggest bunch of overachievers in the league. I’m thinking Jacoby Brissett and Frank Reich find a way to keep this one close until the very end before falling in the Big Easy by less than a touchdown.