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NFL Week 15 Schedule with Week 15 Betting Lines
Thursday, December 14
We can hardly contain ourselves with the anticipation brewing of a Trevor Siemian/Jacoby Brissett game in primetime to kick off Week 15.
Saturday, December 16
The Bears ended Cincinnati's season last week with a huge win in the Queen City. They'd love nothing more than to end Detroit's season with a win in Motown.
It's not a given yet that the winner of this game will win the AFC West, but if we're being honest, this is almost certainly the end result.
Sunday, December 17
The Eagles' Super Bowl hopes rest on the arm of Nick Foles at this point. We know that he's a capable backup, but whether he can guide a really good team to the Super Bowl is another story. This isn't a great litmus test, but a failure against the 2-11 Giants would be awful for a team two wins away from the No. 1 seed in the NFC.
We aren't totally sure yet that Aaron Rodgers is coming back from his broken collarbone this week, but No. 10 has looked good in practice and wouldn't miss the biggest game of the year for the world.
Cincinnati has completely given up on Marvin Lewis at this point, and it would be best if the team just skipped the pleasantries and dismissed him now before he loses to his former defensive coordinator.
We already got to see Nathan Peterman start a game in the snow last week against the Colts. Now we get to see Jay Cutler in the snow against Joe Webb? Sign us up!
The Jags are closer to a division title than they've been in seven years. They absolutely cannot afford a loss to Houston if they want to keep up this charade that they're legitimate Super Bowl contenders.
The Jets managed 100 total yards of offense last week against the Broncos. The last thing they need with either Bryce Petty or Christian Hackenberg starting under center is to run into the Saints in the Bayou.
Blaine Gabbert has kept the Cardinals' faint playoff hopes alive this long and should be given credit for that. The oddsmakers know what's up, though. Arizona probably loses this game and will be left thinking about 2018 the rest of the way.
The Bengals blew a double-digit lead to the Steelers and promptly got blown out by the Bears. Will the same fate be in store for the Ravens after blowing a double-digit lead in Pittsburgh?
The Seahawks are home dogs for a third straight game at CenturyLink Field. The Rams have only been favored here twice before in the last three decades. A win on Sunday, and they'll beright on the cusp of stealing the NFC West.
The Steelers only have one shot at locking up home field advantage throughout the playoffs. This game means a lot more to them than it does to the Pats, especially since they know they've owned Pittsburgh when the chips have been on the table in recent years.
The Niners were the last team in the NFL to get the nod as betting favorites in 2017. Jimmy Garoppolo is 2-for-2 as San Fran's starter after the team went 1-10 to start the season.
Depending upon how things shake out earlier in the day, the Cowboys could be sitting pretty with a chance to sneak into the back end of the playoffs in the NFC if they can win this game. The Raiders are going to be playing to keep their chances of winning the AFC West alive.
Monday, December 18
Atlanta would be in the playoffs coming into this week, but it has its sights set on bigger goals. The Falcons aren't out of the running for even the No. 2 seed in the NFC at this point if they can win out.
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