Cash in on NFL Picks & Odds Predictions for Week 15

Cash in on NFL Picks & Odds Predictions for Week 15

Written by on June 2, 2016

If you’re a pro football betting enthusiast that just can’t wait until the start of the 2016 regular season, then you’re in luck thanks to the handful of Wee 15 NFL predictions that you’re about to get! Thanks to the recently released odds on each and every game through 16 weeks of the 2016 NFL regular season schedule, you can cash in right now in the online NFL sportsbook! Okay, let’s get started.

Top Betting NFL Picks/Odds Futures for NFL to Cash in on Week 15

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Tampa Bay at Dallas (-6)
Tampa Bay is coming off a solid 6-10 season in rookie quarterback Jameis Winston’s first season, but the Bucs foolishly fired head coach Lovie Smith and now head in a new direction under first-time head coach Dirk Koetter.

The Bucs will fall in this road contest against a Dallas Cowboys team looking to rebound from a horrific injury-filled 2015 season in which they recorded just four wins. Dallas wisely added gifted running back Ezekiel Elliott with the fourth pick in the draft and I expect the ‘Boys to play a lot more like they did in 2014 than last season. Dallas is 4-1 SU and ATS in their L/5 home games against the Buccaneers and are the easy pick to win and cover the NFL online betting odds in this Week 15 matchup.

The Pick: Dallas 31 Tampa Bay 21

Jacksonville at Houston (-4.5)
While I like the improvements the Jacksonville Jaguars (5-11 SU, 7-8-1 ATS) showed late last season and love the offseason acquisitions they made this offseason, but for me, the Houston Texans (9-7 SU, 9-7 ATS) are clearly the better team in this matchup against their AFC South division rivals. The Texans are 4-2 SU and ATS in their last half-dozen home games and a blistering 8-2 SU and 6-4 ATS in their L/10 home games against Jacksonville.

The Pick: Houston 27 Tampa Bay 21

Cleveland (+9) at Buffalo
I’m going to get right to the point with this Week 15 pick by saying that I’m simply going to back the Cleveland Browns to cover the spread in this matchup because of the huge edge they have at the head coaching position. I’m fully expecting new head coach hue Jackson to revitalize the Browns in 2016 while the Bills underachieve (again) under loud-mouthed head coach Rex Ryan.

The Pick: Buffalo 28 Cleveland 24

New England (-1) at Denver
No Peyton Manning or Brock Osweiler mean the Super Bowl champion Broncos are going to take a sizeable sep backwards in 2016! I know the Patriots lost their final three road games last season while failing to cover the spread each time, but prior to that, the Pats had won six of seven on the road while going 4-3 ATS over the stretch. New England will be looking for revenge after falling t the Broncos 20-18 last season and I believe Tom Brady and company will get it!

The Pick: New England 31 Denver 21

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (Pk)
The Bengals have lost three straight and a whopping six of their last seven at home against their longtime AFC North division rivals, but this season, I’m back the Bengals to get the big home win in a meaningful Week 15 matchup that will likely have postseason implications for both teams. While Cincinnati has alternated SU wins and losses over their last five home dates, Andy Dalton and company are also 7-3 SU and 5-3-2 ATS in their L/10 home games.

The Pick: Cincinnati 21 Pittsburgh 20

Monday, December 19, 2016

Carolina (-3) at Washington
I love the offseason additions that Washington made by drafting gifted wide receiver Josh Doctson and signing free agent cornerback Josh Norman, but the Carolina Panthers are the better team in all three phases and have a huge advantage at quarterback and head coach with Cam Newton and Ron Rivera being light years ahead of Washington’s Kirk Cousins and Jay Gruden. Despite losing two straight on the road and failing to cover the spread in four straight road dates, the Panthers get the outright win to cash in as my final NFL futures bet prediction!

The Pick: Carolina 31 Washington 24