NFL Week 15 Preview

If you can’t stand the heat, get out of Week 14 and melt entirely into a fresh round of NFL action. It’s Bodog is already looking ahead to the NFL betting preview for Week 15. 

Kansas City is on a six-game winning streak after destroying the Raiders. Las Vegas have dashed all hopes that they could keep fuelling the fire they started in the early season. The Patriots have bulldozed their way through seven games; and despite the Lions interrupting their bottom-grazing in Week 13 against the Vikings, they laid down for the Broncos, once again playing the league’s treadmill.    

NFL Game Previews

Thursday Night Football is just around the corner to start off Week 15, and we’ve got all the previews you need to dive into your bet slips early. 

Kansas City Chiefs @ Los Angeles Chargers

If there was a single bead of sweat on Patrick Mahomes or his crew last week against the Raiders, it expertly evaded detection. The Chargers hang on tightly to their second place standing in the AFC West after blitzing through the Giants’ shaky defense. The Chiefs are two games ahead in the AFC West, and moderate -3.5 favourites against the +3.5 Los Angeles for Thursday Night Football at SoFi Stadium. 

Las Vegas Raiders @ Cleveland Browns

The Raiders are +6.5 underdogs against the -6.5 Browns, who just secured an AFC North win against the Ravens. Saturday’s game at FirstEnergy Stadium will tell us if the Raiders can put some polish back on their name in Cleveland. 

New England Patriots @ Indianapolis Colts

The +2.0 Patriots are at the top of the AFC East thanks to a seven-game winning streak, but let’s hope they didn’t lose any steam during their bye when coming into Saturday’s game against the -2.0 favourite Colts on Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium, who are also coming off a bye.

Arizona Cardinals @ Detroit Lions

There seems to be little doubt that the -14.0 Cardinals will all but devour the +14.0 Lions at Ford Field on Sunday. Although Detroit finally clinched their first win this season against the Vikings in Week 13, it was only by two points, and they fell right back down to Earth when faced with the Broncos in Week 14. 

Dallas Cowboys @ NY Giants

The Cowboys feel the pressure in the fight for the playoffs, and their 27-20 win against Washington could well mean a good start for them. Dallas are -11.0 favourites for Sunday’s game at MetLife Stadium against the Giants. New York couldn’t quite handle the Chargers in Week 14, and now they’re entering the gridiron as +11.0 underdogs yet again. 

Houston Texans @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Neither the Texans or the Jaguars are doing so hot this season, and both are coming off substantial losses from Week 14. We might have a bit of a sleeper on our hands at EverBank Field this Sunday, but the Jags are slight favourites at -3.0, and the Texans are +3.0. 

New York Jets @ Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins gained some momentum leading up to their bye, and in this matchup as the -8.5 faves, they’ll need to show up energized to face the +8.5 Jets. Jets running back Elijah Moore will have to watch Sunday’s game at Hard Rock Stadium from the bench due to a quad injury, and that’s only the beginning of the beat-up offense in New York.

Tennessee Titans @ Pittsburgh Steelers

The Titans are ahead by two games in the AFC South. The Steelers are in last place in the AFC North, and they lost their opportunity to bounce back in Thursday’s game against the Vikings. Tennessee are -2.5 favourites for Sunday’s game at Heinz Field, and Pittsburgh has a +2.5 point head start against the spread. 

Washington Football Team @ Philadelphia Eagles

Washington had some fumbling troubles and now sits three games back of the Cowboys in the NFC East after a 27-20 loss. The Eagles are right there with them in a tie. Washington’s wide receiver Terry McLaurin may be suffering from a concussion, and the Team are +4.5 favourites against Philly’s -4.5 for their match at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday. 

New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Taysom Hill made his mark with the Saints in Week 14, helping them secure a win against the Jets despite a first half that was neck and neck. Brady managed to nudge his squad to a win in overtime against the Bills. The Buccaneers are -11.5 favourites against the +11.5 Saints on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium.        

Review your matchup, check out the odds, and fill out your bet slips. We’re entering another hot week in the NFL, and there’s a slice of the pie with your name on it.