The look-ahead line for the Week 15 Bengals-Broncos game opened Cincy -3 at SuperBook USA last Tuesday. After this past weekend’s NFL action, Denver is now the favorite, with Broncos -1.5 offered at most sportsbooks across the industry.
The Bengals are 4-1 SU and ATS in their last five away games, the outlier a 34-31 loss as 11.5-point favorites at the Jets. Cincy will look to snap a two-game losing streak after a 26-23 OT loss to San Francisco on Sunday.
Denver blew out Covid-ravaged Detroit, 38-10, in game that saw the betting line move from an opener of Broncos -7.5 to -12.5 by kickoff. It marked the first ‘over’ for the Broncos in their last seven games, as that number closed 42.
Here’s the rest of the NFL’s Week 15 slate with lines current as of Monday morning.
Live NFL Week 15 Sportsbook Odds
Thursday: Chiefs (-3.5, 50.5 at BetMGM) at Chargers
The Chargers will try to sweep the season series against K.C. after their 30-24 win as 7-point underdogs at Arrowhead Stadium back in Week 3. The Chiefs are on a heater with six straight wins and four straight covers, including Sunday’s 48-9 rout of the Raiders.
Saturday: Raiders at Browns (-6.5, 43)
Las Vegas is playing its way out of the playoffs. The Raiders have dropped their last two games to fall to 6-7. This is still a big number to lay with Cleveland, as the Browns haven’t covered ATS at home since a 13-10 win as 2-point favorites over Denver on Oct. 21.
Saturday: Pats at Colts (-1.5, 44.5 at Caesars)
The marquee game of the week has both teams coming off a bye and the Pats heading to Indy as a slight road dog. New England will look to extend its seven-game win and cover streak. This line, which is up to Indy -2 at some shops, has also seen some movement since look-ahead odds were hung last week, as the SuperBook’s original number was Pats -2.5.
WFT at Eagles (-4, 43.5)
Washington’s four-game win and cover streak came to end with Sunday’s 27-20 loss as a 4.5-point home dog to Dallas. Not that I’m bitter or anything after a small investment on WFT.
Panthers at Bills (-11.5, 44.5)
Stop the talk about Carolina being mathematically alive for a playoff berth at 5-8. After this road tilt at Buffalo, the Panthers play Tampa Bay twice during the last three weeks of the regular season. Meanwhile, the ‘under’ has cashed in five of Buffalo’s last seven games at home.
Jets at Dolphins (-8.5, 43)
Amazing stat of the week: The Dolphins have covered five straight games ATS in this series.
Cowboys (-10, 44.5 at DraftKings) at Giants
These two teams have been ‘under’ machines as of late. The ‘Boys and G-Men are both 6-1 to the ‘under’ in their last seven games.
Packers (-7, 42.5) at Ravens
We should know more about the severity of Lamar Jackson’s sprained ankle today, but Tyler Huntley injected some life into the Ravens’ sagging offense on Sunday, as Baltimore outscored Cleveland 16-0 in the second half to cover as 2.5-point dogs in a 24-22 loss. The Packers, meanwhile, continue to bank, as their 45-30 win as 12-point chalk over the Bears ran their season ATS record to 11-2.
Titans (-2, 41.5) at Steelers
The Steelers have been stellar at Heinz Field this season. They haven’t lost a game straight-up on home soil since Week 3 against Cincy. Pittsburgh is 4-0-1 at home since then.
Texans at Jags (-3, 40.5)
Hands down, this is indisputably the who cares game of the week. Play the ‘under’ and hope for the best. The ‘under’ has cashed in six of Jacksonville’s last seven home tilts.
Cardinals (-14, 47.5) at Lions
Huge number here for the Cardinals to cover on a short week — and traveling across the country. Arizona is 5-0 ATS in its last five road games, though.
Falcons at 49ers (-8.5, 45)
The 49ers are 4-1 ATS in their last five games after a 26-23 OT win as 2-point favorites at Cincy on Sunday. The Falcons are 5-1 ATS in their last six road tilts.
Seahawks at Rams (-7, 47)
Watch to see how the Rams perform at Arizona on MNF. Not keen on laying a full TD to Seattle, but the Rams are 5-1 ATS in the last six games between these two teams.
Saints at Bucs (-11, 47.5)
Tampa Bay is 5-0 ATS in its last five home games after yesterday’s 33-27 OT thriller against Buffalo.
Monday: Vikings (-4, 43.5) at Bears
Minnesota will have enjoyed 11 days of rest when it travels to Chicago for this MNF matchup. The Bears are 0-4 ATS in their last four games after the loss at Green Bay.
Also read: MNF Preview: Is Line Inflated For Rams-Cardinals?