NFL week 15 opening odds
The Atlanta Falcons are known for winning the NFC South which earned them a spot in postseason games and they have a best record of 11-2. However, in week 14, the Falcons lost for the second time this season against the Carolina Panthers by a score of 30-20.
As a 1-point favorite, the Falcons will host the game against the New York Giants in Week 15. The Giants defeated the Falcons’ division rivals the New Orleans Saints by a score of 52-27 last Sunday. .
Oddsmakers suggest the Falcons should receive at least 2.5 points as favorites. However, there are some books that offer the game as pick’em. In the end, the line has moved to -2 in some online markets.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. dallas cowboys [Pick, 44.5]
This matchup is considered a game that will determine who will earn a postseason spot. After a close 20-19 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, the Steelers didn’t have the same fate as Dallas. Pittsburgh left its fans with a shocking 34-24 home loss against the San Diego Chargers last weekend.
However, the Steelers got their starting quarterback back from injuries. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suffered shoulder and rib injuries that caused him to miss 3 of Pittsburgh’s last few games. However, Roethlisberger got rusty, so he only finished the game with 45 passes and committed 2 turnovers. It was a shocking disappointment for the Pittsburgh who only scored 3 points during the first half. It can be concluded that even key players returning to the field can disrupt the game of the entire team.
San Francisco 49ers vs. new england patriots [-3, 48]
The Patriots opened as favorites in Week 15 with 3 points. However, after earning a 14-42 victory against the Houston Texans, this line is expected to increase.
Seattle Seahawks at Buffalo Bills [+4, 42.5]
The Buffalo Bills will have to play a game that was supposed to be at home. However, this will not be a factor that changes the outcome of the game. The Seahawks have already won 4 of their 5 games, including a 58-0 game at Arizona on Sunday. The Bills lost a home game at Ralph Wilson Stadium, but will be traded at Rogers Center, which is a dome not well known for football games. However, the line can go as low as -6 in favor of the Seattle Seahawks.