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Broncos vs. Lions Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 15

Moneyline: Denver Broncos +185, Detroit Lions -225
Spread: Broncos +4.5 (-110), Lions -4.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 47.5 points

NFL Schedule Week 15 – Game info - Broncos at Lions

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Denver Broncos (7-6) vs. Detroit Lions (9-4)
Date: Saturday, Dec. 16
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Venue: Ford Field, in Detroit, Mich.
TV Channel: NFL Network
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Broncos at Lions Preview

Detroit is still two games ahead of second-place Minnesota in the NFC North Division, but the Lions’ level of play and overall execution has certainly dipped in recent weeks. They almost lost to the Chicago Bears just a few weeks ago at home before managing to spark a fourth-quarter turnaround that reversed what had been an ugly day for Lions quarterback Jared Goff.

This past weekend, Chicago got a second chance to take down down Detroit, and this time the Bears did so empathically. Turnovers have crept back into Goff’s game this season, and they have caused real problems for the Lions when they happen in the second half.

Detroit’s QB had another two turnovers against Chicago last Sunday, bringing his total to five against the Bears in 2023. That can’t happen, especially for a team that has any hope of winning the Super Bowl. 

The Lions do have that two-game edge over the Vikings, but this weekend's matchup against their guests from Denver will not be an easy one for the home team. Meanwhile, both the Vikings and Packers have the potential to catch the Lions if Detroit crumbles over these final four weeks of the season. December is the most important month on the NFL schedule, and so far Detroit looks mediocre at best against teams that it should be beating.

Denver, on the other hand, has been the exact opposite of Detroit. The Broncos were dreadful when the season began, but head coach Sean Payton has really turned the franchise around. The Broncos are now 7-6 with a wealth of momentum.

They have won six of their last seven games, including major victories over Buffalo, Kansas City, and Houston. The Broncos strolled past the Chargers 24-7 last Sunday, and the margin could have been even wider had wide receiver Jerry Jeudy managed to grab several catchable deep balls thrown his way.

Given what has been going on with the Lions, the door is open for the Broncos this weekend. Denver sits just one game behind the Kansas City Chiefs in the race for the AFC West title. If someone had told me at the beginning of the season that it would be Denver winning the division, I would have laughed at them, but it’s now a real possibility.

Broncos vs. Lions Prediction and Pick

In December, turnovers matter, and winning the turnover battle matters. Denver has one of the NFL’s best turnover differentials with a net positive ratio. The Broncos also have one of the best interception rates in football.

Detroit is on the opposite side of that conversation, with one of the worst rankings in each of those categories. Lions quarterback Jared Goff has thrown five interceptions over his last four games, and all of them came against the Chicago Bears.

If the Bears managed to figure out Goff and force him into bad throws, then so can the Broncos. I have Denver winning this one by dictating the pace and style of the game. Look for Denver to have extended possession time, methodical drives, and stubborn defense.

The Pick: Denver Broncos Moneyline (+185)

Jets vs. Dolphins Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 15

Moneyline: New York Jets +350, Miami Dolphins -500
Spread: Jets +9 (-110), Dolphins -9 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 36.5 points 

NFL Schedule Week 15 – Game info - Jets at Dolphins

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
New York Jets (5-8) vs. Miami Dolphins (9-4)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 17
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Jets at Dolphins Preview

The New York Jets travel south to Miami this weekend to face a Dolphins team still licking its wounds after a dismal Monday night performance. Miami had a layup game in prime time against the Tennessee Titans, but with just minutes remaining it suddenly felt like the home team was off its game, and the Dolphins promptly crumbled under the lights in a 28-27 loss.

The Dolphins didn’t just embarrass themselves in their return to Hard Rock Stadium, they also lost center Connor Williams for the season to a torn ACL. Star wide receiver Tyreek Hill also got banged up on a hip drop/horse collar tackle in the first half. Losing Williams was devastating for this team, as Miami immediately fumbled a bad snap from shaky backup Liam Eichenberg.

With Williams out, Miami must now switch up its offensive line once again after having already been without guard Robert Hunt and veteran tackle Terron Armstead.

Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was a much weaker threat without Hill on the field. The lesson for Miami head coach Mike McDaniel was that he will need to have a deeper game plan that allows his offense to continue moving the football without relying so much on Hill.

All these injury concerns come at a dreadful time for Miami, which is suddenly headed in the wrong direction in December as the Buffalo Bills soar up from behind them in a fight for the AFC East title.

The New York Jets would love nothing more than to help Buffalo cut into the Dolphins’ division lead on Sunday, and they could easily do that because they have one of the league's most dominant defenses. Miami might have beaten the Jets just a few weeks ago at MetLife Stadium, but they had to survive a day when Tagovailoa threw two interceptions, including a pick-six late in the first half.

The Dolphins’ offense has stumbled in recent weeks, while the Jets actually looked very good offensively with quarterback Zach Wilson back in the starting lineup on Sunday.

On a day when the Jets held Houston Texans rookie sensation C.J. Stroud to just 91 passing yards and no explosive plays, Wilson went out and threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns in his best NFL performance to date. He was so good that the league named him its Offensive Player of the Week. That’s great news for a young man who is playing for the future of his career right now. Taking down Miami on the road would be ever so sweet.

Jets vs. Dolphins Prediction and Pick

I don’t expect this game to be pretty. Miami needs to figure out a lot of things, including its offensive line, play-calling and red-zone efficiency. Trying to work all of that out while losing a day of practice after a Monday night game is difficult enough. Having to play against a very talented Jets defense won’t be fun, either, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see a fumbled snap and a turnover or two from the Dolphins in this one.

Nevertheless, I think Miami has enough talent to squeeze past the Jets at home. Jets QB Zach Wilson had a great game last Sunday, but let's pump the brakes on the idea that he can beat playoff teams on the road right now. If he does it this weekend, we will reevaluate. I think Miami wins here, although I also think the Jets will cover the spread.

The Pick: New York Jets +9 (-110)

Texans vs. Titans Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 15

Moneyline: Houston Texans +165, Tennessee Titans -200
Spread: Texans +3.5 (-110), Titans -3.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 36.5 points 

NFL Schedule Week 15 – Game info - Texans at Titans

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Houston Texans (7-6) vs. Tennessee Titans (5-8)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 17
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Texans at Titans Preview

Both the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans were surprising teams in Week 14, but for very different reasons.

The Texans struggled against the New York Jets in rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud's worst NFL game so far – a 30-6 road loss. Injured wide receiver Tank Dell’s absence was all too evident at MetLife Stadium, but even if he had been on the field, Houston would have struggled against Jets head coach Robert Saleh’s aggressive defense.

Things only got worse for the Texans when their other top receiver, Nico Collins, suffered a strained calf. His status for this weekend’s game at Tennessee is now in doubt. Stroud’s status is also something of a question mark, since he is in the NFL concussion protocol after getting hit during the fourth quarter on Sunday. Stroud was held out of practice on Wednesday, although head coach DeMeco Ryans said he was “getting a little bit better.”

Houston is suddenly without at least two of its most dangerous offensive weapons, and if the Tennessee Titans perform the way they did against Miami on Monday Night Football, then they could end up taking down a playoff-bound team for the second straight week.

Tennessee’s Monday night showing on the road at Miami was very impressive -- tarnished only by mistakes in their own territory that resulted in three Dolphins scores.

Turnovers were the only reason the Titans needed a dramatic comeback to beat the Dolphins. Tennessee quarterback Will Levis threw a pick-six to Miami defensive lineman Zach Sieler. The Dolphins then dropped the ensuing kick return, and later fumbled an exchange between Levis and running back Derrick Henry. Miami scored on all three of those drives, but the Dolphins were otherwise silenced by the Titans’ defense.

Houston is very much in the race for the AFC South title, but a loss here could see the Texans slip to two games behind Jacksonville and one behind Indianapolis. A win here would also bring the Texans back into the playoff conversation, even if they might still be a long shot.

One thing’s for sure. Houston has everything to play for on Sunday.

Texans vs. Titans Prediction and Pick

I don’t love this matchup for the Texans. They are wounded right now, and their offense has some concerns late in the season. Quarterback C.J. Stroud has done more than enough to prove himself, but when he’s coming out of concussion protocol with two of his team’s best offensive players potentially both sidelined, there’s only so much he can do.

In my mind, this game will come down to the performance of Titans QB Will Levis, who bounced back from his mistake against Miami to manage the game effectively and pick apart the Dolphins defense with multiple passes to DeAndre Hopkins.

If Levis can play at the same level here against Houston -- a team allowing nearly 250 passing yards per game -- then this one could end up being very close.

At the same time, seeing the Texans as a slight underdog here is appealing, and Tennessee could be riding a little too high after its win at Miami. The Titans might end up being brought back to earth by a division opponent.

As long as he is healthy, this matchup offers Stroud a chance to prove himself without two stars at wide receiver, although Nico Collins’ injury might not be serious enough to keep him out of this game 

The Pick: Houston Texans Moneyline (+165)

Cowboys vs. Bills Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 15

Moneyline: Dallas Cowboys +110, Buffalo Bills -130
Spread: Cowboys +2 (-110), Bills -2 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 49.5 points 

NFL Schedule Week 15 – Game info - Cowboys at Bills

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Dallas Cowboys (10-3) vs. Buffalo Bills (7-6)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 17
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Venue: Bills Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Cowboys vs. Bills Preview

All eyes will be on this one this weekend -- a game featuring two of the highest-profile NFL teams set for Sunday afternoon. Both are coming off huge victories last week and are intent on silencing any critics before the postseason begins.

The Dallas Cowboys are surging right now and are genuinely threatening the Philadelphia Eagles for the NFC East title. Dallas’ sensational win over division-leading Philly last Sunday night showed how far this team has come in 2023. The Cowboys utterly dismantled the Eagles on both sides of the football for a 33-13 statement win.

Buffalo also made a statement on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs. Bills quarterback Josh Allen led his team to a crucial win that not only kept its playoff hopes alive but also brought Buffalo back into the conversation for the AFC East title, since the Bills are now just two games behind the first-place Miami Dolphins.

Buffalo will meet Miami on the final day of the regular season, and if the Bills can get within one game or tie the Dolphins before that matchup, the division crown will be up for grabs. That would make for an amazing season finale, but Buffalo will need to set that stage with a win on Sunday over Dallas, which is far easier said than done.

The Cowboys are playing exceptionally well both offensively and defensively. They lead the league in points per game, and their quarterback, Dak Prescott, has thrown 15 touchdown passes over his last five starts. The West Coast Offense has now settled in with the team's personnel, and Prescott looks as good as ever running the show in his eighth NFL season.

Buffalo came within three points of beating the Eagles just a couple of weeks ago, losing in agonizing fashion in overtime. The Bills get another shot here against the Cowboys in a game that could define their season should they fall short. They have certainly waited until the last minute to make their push for the postseason, but not many teams in the NFL have Buffalo’s momentum right now, and I wouldn’t rule the Bills out just yet.

Cowboys vs. Bills Prediction and Pick

Buffalo is a 2.5-point favorite at home here. Interestingly, Dallas lost the game and failed to cover the spread the only two other times it was an underdog this season. Those losses came against Philadelphia and San Francisco, but the NFC is a different beast right now, and the Cowboys have come a long way.

Dallas has won seven of its last eight games and covered the spread in six of them. The Cowboys are one of the hottest teams in football, and their collective roster is better than Buffalo’s.

The Cowboys’ defense is more likely to force a turnover in this game, and that could be the difference. I think this will be the Game of the Week with a back-and-forth feel, but the Cowboys will ultimately come out on top.

The Pick: Dallas Cowboys Moneyline (+110)

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