Find NFL moneyline best bets for the Week 15 slate, featuring analysis for Broncos vs Lions, Falcons vs Panthers, Bills vs Cowboys, and Jaguars vs Ravens.
Week 15 NFL Moneyline Odds
NFL moneyline picks & odds for Week 15
NFL Week 15 Moneyline Picks
Week 15 of the NFL season offers a full slate of games with several matchups having strong playoff implications. After an upset-heavy Sunday last weekend, where could you find moneyline value this week?
Let’s take a look at which moneyline bets to place for Week 15.
Denver Broncos (+185) vs. Detroit Lions
If this game were in Denver, there would be no doubt the Broncos are the more attractive pick. In Detroit, where Jared Goff has found more success, it’s understandable that the Lions are favored. There could still be sneaky value on this line.
The Broncos have been winning in spite of a bit of a sluggish running game, but Javonte Williams could take advantage of a run defense missing Alim McNeill. Courtland Sutton, meanwhile, has become a mainstay in the end zone and is going up against a shaky Lions secondary.
Denver’s resurgent defense leads the NFL in takeaways, which should concern the Lions after Jared Goff posted two multi-interception games in his last four. Only one team is coming into this game hot, and the Broncos at least have a better shot of outlasting an unbalanced Lions team than the line indicates.
Atlanta Falcons (-162) vs. Carolina Panthers
The Falcons have a special capability of losing games they shouldn’t, but the Panthers are firmly on the “do not trust” list regardless of who or where they’re playing. Bryce Young and the rest of the offense haven’t shown an inkling of a breakthrough, with Young putting forth possibly his worst performance of the season in New Orleans last weekend.
The Falcons’ pass defense has been pretty stellar this season with AJ Terrell healthy and Jessie Bates, ranking ninth in the league in yards per attempt. While the pass-rush could leave Young with a bit more time than he’s used to, that doesn’t look like it’ll be enough for the rookie to make waves against a strong secondary.
The Falcons’ offense can be hurt by Desmond Ridder turnovers, but there’s some reason to believe in the unit with Kyle Pitts’ usage getting steadier and Drake London really coming into his own. Even at -165, Falcons moneyline is worth a look.
Buffalo Bills (-130) vs. Dallas Cowboys
Only one team has gone into Buffalo and won this season, and that was a game that clearly could’ve gone either way against Denver.
The Cowboys are a great team, but the Bills look like a better team than they were at that point in the season. Josh Allen and the offense are moving the ball more efficiently with James Cook playing a larger role, the defense has held strong thanks to the arrival of Rasul Douglas, and this is a group high on confidence after a win in Kansas City.
With temperatures in the 40s and some light rain and wind in the forecast, are the Cowboys prepared to handle the environment? They’ve played four of their last five games at home, showing occasional leaks in the secondary, and we’ve seen Dallas get complacent after blowout wins before in the early loss to Arizona. In a battle of two teams coming off huge victories, the home team used to playing in this kind of environment may have the advantage.
Jacksonville Jaguars (+150) vs. Baltimore Ravens
The Ravens showed some real vulnerabilities against the Rams last weekend, getting shredded by Kyren Williams and the running game for stretches of the game while Matthew Stafford beat the secondary with some impressive throws late. With Kyle Hamilton potentially playing at less than 100 percent, can the Jaguars take advantage and get back on track at home?
Trevor Lawrence looked much more comfortable late in last week’s game against the Browns, albeit when he was too late. He looked like a player who had to learn how to play on a bad ankle, though Lawrence practiced in full this week. While the loss of Christian Kirk hurts, look for the Jaguars to try and get Travis Etienne going to set the tone early.
If the Jaguars can limit the Ravens’ big plays (each of Baltimore’s first two TDs against the Rams were from 40+ yards out), the defense can keep the game within range and give Lawrence a chance for some revenge on the AFC North after the Bengals matchup ended in disappointment two weeks ago.