Get a jump on NFL Week 15 odds & lookahead lines, along with four bets to place before lines begin to move for next week. Find updated NFL Week 15 odds below.
Week 15 NFL Odds & Lines
Lookahead NFL odds & Lines for Week 15
NFL Week 15 Betting Picks
It’ll be a 16-game slate in Week 15, with bye weeks behind all 32 teams by that point. With 30 teams slated to play in Week 14, there are plenty of lines that could move within the next few days.
Let’s take a look at the early Week 15 odds and which bets to place early.
Cincinnati Bengals Moneyline (-102) vs. Minnesota Vikings
This line has serious potential to shift a bit after Week 14, as both teams have something to prove. Another strong performance by Jake Browning, who seemed to have a great grasp on the offense last week, could make oddsmakers gain some belief in the Bengals, potentially even if Cincinnati doesn’t walk away with a win against Indianapolis.
On the Vikings’ side, there is some extreme uncertainty surrounding Josh Dobbs after Kevin O’Connell publicly floated the idea of a quarterback change over the bye. Minnesota is facing a weak Raiders team, so Dobbs should do enough to hold onto the job with Justin Jefferson back in the fold – thanks partly to home-field advantage, though, the Bengals will come into this game favored if Browning looks like the more stable backup-turned-starter. There’s a strong chance this line is at least even after Week 14.
Las Vegas Raiders (+4) vs. Los Angeles Chargers
The Chargers just haven’t looked the part this season, even in wins. They struggled to hold off the Raiders at home earlier this season even with Aidan O’Connell making his first NFL start, and it goes without saying their six-point display against the Patriots was uninspiring. Brandon Staley’s flailing team could absolutely disappoint as a home favorite against the balanced Broncos, and the fact LA is favored by nearly 3 points in that one means a loss could deal a blow to their odds for Thursday night’s game in Las Vegas.
With Antonio Pierce now at the helm, the Raiders are simply playing with more life and energy than these Chargers. Las Vegas can keep this game within a field goal or even win outright, and the line might reflect that a little more as Thursday nears.
Dallas Cowboys Moneyline (-105) vs. Buffalo Bills
Buffalo is a tough place for road teams to win, but the Cowboys’ offense has looked so dominant of late that this line has a good chance to end up slightly in Dallas’ direction rather than where it is right now.
The Cowboys have a massive opportunity to assert themselves as one of the NFL’s inner-circle contenders on Sunday when they host the Eagles, and it’s fair to say Dallas is the rightful favorite in that matchup with the way Dak Prescott is dealing. The Bills haven’t been playing as poorly as their record indicates, but facing the Chiefs coming off a Kansas City loss could be bad news.
With no opportunity for the Bills to blow the doors off of a weaker team before this game, the Cowboys have more to gain and could absolutely end up as a slight favorite in Buffalo rather than a slight underdog.
Green Bay Packers (-3.5) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Each week seems to add more credence to the idea that Jordan Love is the Packers’ franchise quarterback. If he shows more of that progress in what should be a pretty straightforward win over the Giants, oddsmakers are quickly going to gain confidence in Green Bay.
The Buccaneers continue to look a bit off — they lost six of seven before having to pull away late from a dismal Buccaneers team. It’s certainly possible that Tampa gets caught in a tough battle with the Falcons’ rough offense this weekend, particularly given Atlanta’s home success.
The Bucs already have a home loss on their record against the Falcons, and Tampa’s pass defense could be one that the Packers are able to take advantage of the following week. Green Bay -3.5 is a nice value to grab early on.