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2010 NFL Gambling: Lines | Week 15 Matchups & Predictions

NFL Matchups – Week 15

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Every division race in the NFL still remains up for grabs, but we are finally getting a clear picture of which teams will be competing over the final three weeks for one of the six postseason spots in the NFC and AFC. New England and Atlanta won last week and remain at the top of each conference at 11-2. Two divisions; the NFC East and West still have a two-team tie at the top. The lead in five divisions’ remains just one game and the Patriots have opened up a two game lead over the Jets in the AFC East.

The following is a brief look at each matchup in Week 15 along with the current pointspread as supplied by betED.com.

Thursday, Dec. 16

8:20 P.M. San Francisco at San Diego (-8 ½)
Over/Under: 44 ½

The 49ers 40-21 win over Seattle last week leaves them just one game out of first in the NFC West behind the Seahawks and Rams at 5-8. They already have split two games with Seattle and have one win over St. Louis.

The Chargers are just one game in back of Kansas City in the AFC West at 7-6 after clubbing the Chiefs 31-0 last Sunday to keep their title hopes alive.

Sunday, Dec. 19

1:00 P.M. Washington at Dallas (-6)
Over/Under: 45

The Redskins beat the Cowboys 13-7 in Week 1, but have now lost five out of the last six games to fall out of the playoff race at 5-8.

The Cowboys are also 5-8 and have won three out of their last five games after stumbling out of the gate to a 1-7 start.

Buffalo at Miami (-6)
Over/Under: 41

The Bills are just 3-10 on the year, but have won three out of their last five games. They lost to Miami 15-10 in Week 1 and have only lost once by more than six points since their bye in Week 6.

The Dolphins are suddenly back in the wildcard race at 7-6 after their 10-6 win over the Jets last Sunday. They split with New York this season after losing 31-23 in Week 3.

New Orleans at Baltimore (-2 ½)
Over/Under: 45

The Saints have won six straight games after a 4-3 start. They score 30 points or more just once in their first seven games and five times in their last six.

The Ravens remain one game behind Pittsburgh in the AFC North after squeaking out a 34-28 over Houston in OT. They will have to play much better against New Orleans this week, which has not lost a game since Week 7.

Arizona at Carolina (-2 ½)
Over/Under: 37 ½

The Cardinals 43-13 win over Denver was their first win since knocking off the Saints 30-20 in Week 5. They scored less than 20 points in five of those seven losses.

Carolina has not won a game since a 23-20 win over San Francisco in Week 7. It was their only win of the season and they have scored less than 20 points in 11 of their 12 losses.

Jacksonville at Indianapolis (-5)
Over/Under: 48 ½

The Jaguars lead Indianapolis in the AFC South by one game with a record of 8-5. They have also been outscored by this season by 36 points.

The Colts already lost to Jacksonville 31-28 in Week 4 so a loss in this game would end their chances at winning the division.

Cleveland at Cincinnati (-1)
Over/Under: 40

The Browns are 5-8 and with one more win will guarantee their best record since 2007 when they went 10-6 and tied Pittsburgh for the best record in the division.

The Bengals have not won a game since their Week 3 20-7 win over Carolina. They lost their first game to Cleveland 23-20 in Week 4.

Houston at Tennessee (-1 ½)
Over/Under: 45 ½

The Texans now lost five out of their last six games and would need to win their last three games just to get back to .500 for the season. NFL Betting

The Titans have lost their last six games after a 5-2 start including a 20-0 shutout at the hands of Houston just three weeks ago.

Detroit at Tampa Bay (-6)
Over/Under: 42

The Lions 7-3 win over Green Bay last Sunday was their first since a 37-25 win over Washington in Week 8. They have scored 20 or more points in eight of their 13 games.

The Buccaneers are 8-5 and still very much alive in the wildcard race but have only scored more than 20 points in six of their 13 games.

Philadelphia at N.Y. Giants (-2 ½)
Over/Under: 48 ½

The Eagles have already beaten New York once this season with a 27-17 victory in Week 11, so a win this week would go a long way toward locking their first NFC East title since 2006.

The Giants win over Minnesota on Monday night kept them tied with Philadelphia atop the East with an overall record of 8-4.

Kansas City (-1) at St. Louis
Over/Under: OFF

The Chiefs are just 3-2 in their last five games and suddenly in danger of not even making the playoffs after last week’s loss to San Diego.

The Rams are 6-7 overall and still tied for first place in the NFC West despite losing to New Orleans 31-13 last week. They finish the season with games against the 49ers and Seahawks that will ultimately decide which team wins the division.

4:05 P.M. Atlanta (-6) at Seattle
Over/Under: 45

The Falcons remain atop the NFC with an overall 11-2 record and can take a huge step at locking up the No. 1 seed in the conference with a win this week.

The Seahawks are tied for first place in the NFC West at 6-7 despite losing to San Francisco 40-21 last week. They have split with the 49ers and have already lost to the Rams 20-3 in Week 4.

Denver at Oakland (-6 ½)
Over/Under: 44

The Broncos can play the role of spoiler this week with a win as well as avenge an earlier 59-14 loss at home to Oakland in Week 7.

The Raiders 38-31 loss to Jacksonville last weekend did not help their chances to win the AFC West, but they have still alive given that they have already beaten San Diego twice and Kansas City once.

N.Y. Jets at Pittsburgh (-6 ½)
Over/Under: 36

The Jets have lost their last two games and at 9-4 are suddenly in danger of not even making the playoffs with a couple of more losses. After this game they have to gone on the road to play the Bears.

The Steelers control their own fate in the division and are in solid shape to grab a first round bye in the playoffs as long as they keep winning.

8:20 P.M. Green Bay at New England (-4 ½)
Over/Under: OFF

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers remains questionable for this game after suffering his second concussion of the season in last week’s loss to Detroit.

The Patriots are looking to put themselves in excellent position to lock up the number one seed in the AFC with a win this week.

Monday, Dec. 20

8:30 P.M. Chicago at Minnesota (-1 ½)
Over/Under: OFF

The Bears will look to quickly rebound from last week’s embarrassing 36-7 loss to New England with their second win over Minnesota this year. They beat the Vikings 27-13in Week 10.

The Vikings may still be looking for a place to play this game if repairs to the collapsed roof at the Metrodome cannot be completed in time. They will definitely be looking for a new quarterback in Tarvaris Jackson continues to play like he has the past two games.

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