Early NFL Week 15 Lines

Early NFL Week 15 Lines

The list below compares the early week 15 lines from Sportsbook.com with the preseason lines from CG Technologies.

Note: Sportsbook.com lines are displayed first.

  1. Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis (-2.5 | -1)
  2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers (-3.5 | -6.5)
  3. Green Bay Packers (-6.5 | -4.5) at Buffalo Bills
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars at Baltimore Ravens (-12.5 | -10.5)
  5. Pittsburgh Steelers at Atlanta Falcons (-1.5 | -3.5)
  6. Cincinnati Bengals (-2 | -1.5) at Cleveland Browns
  7. Washington Redskins at New York Giants (-3.5 | -3.5)
  8. Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions (-7 | -7)
  9. Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts (-7 | -4.5)
  10. Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs (-10 | -8.5)
  11. Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots (-7.5 | -6.5)
  12. Denver Broncos (-3.5 | -3.5) at San Diego Chargers
  13. New York Jets at Tennessee Titans (-3 | -1.5)
  14. San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks (-6.5 | -3.5)
  15. Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles (N/A | -3)
  16. New Orleans Saints at Chicago Bears (N/A | -3)

It’s interesting to note that the lines for three games (WAS/NYG, MIN/DET and DEN/SD) have not changed since those preseason lines were released in mid-May. It’s also worth nothing that two games moved 3-points with Seattle and Carolina both adjusting from -3.5 to -6.5.

Bettors may also want to circle San Diego (+3.5 vs. Denver), Buffalo (+6.5 vs. Green Bay) and Cleveland (+2 vs. Cincinnati) as potential plays. Our past research indicates that home underdogs are tremendously undervalued during the last three weeks of the regular season — particularly dogs of 8+ points.

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David Solar

David is the Content Manager at Sports Insights. He specializes in sports betting analytics and creating data-driven betting systems.

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