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Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 15
Moneyline: Chicago Bears (+135), Cleveland Browns (-163)
Spread: Bears +3 (-115), Browns -3 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 37.5 points

Bears vs. Browns Predictions and PickBoth the Chicago Bears and the Cleveland Browns have suffered more than their fair share of injuries this season, yet as we enter Week 15, both teams are still in the playoff race.

While several of the Browns’ injuries proved to be season-ending, the Bears are getting close to full strength with virtually all of their key players now healthy. Over the past two weeks, Chicago has been very impressive. The Bears’ offense has been getting the job done, but their defense is the real story. Chicago has limited opponents to just 11.5 points per game over the past two outings.

Cleveland’s defense is no slouch, either. The Browns allow the fewest yards per game to opposing NFL offenses this season. In recent weeks, however, their defense has been getting exposed. Cleveland has given up a total of 92 points over the last three weeks, which is uncharacteristic for this defense. If the Browns want to keep their postseason hopes alive, they will need to fix this problem immediately. Unfortunately for Cleveland, there can be no quick fix in a week when the Browns must face Chicago’s dynamic offensive combination of quarterback Justin Fields and wide receiver DJ Moore. Give me the Bears and the points on Sunday.

The Pick: Chicago Bears +3 (-105)
Houston Texans vs. Tennessee Titans Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 15
Moneyline: Houston Texans (+165),Tennessee Titans (-200)
Spread: Texans +3 (-110), Titans -3 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 36.5 points

Texans vs. Titans Predictions and Pick
After their truly improbable start to this season, things quickly went off the rails for the Houston Texans when they lost wide receiver Tank Dell to a season-ending injury and quarterback C.J. Stroud subsequently landed in the NFL’s concussion protocol. Meanwhile, the Tennessee Titans’ season looked like it had turned into a rebuilding year when the team dealt star safety Kevin Byard to Philadelphia before the trade deadline. Not only that, but the Titans just weren’t playing very well. That feeling suddenly changed during Monday night’s win over Miami, when Tennessee rallied from a 14-point deficit in the game’s final three minutes to keep its playoff hopes alive.

The postseason door is still barely open for the Titans, who must win each of their four remaining games to qualify. Three of those games will come against divisional opponents, including Sunday’s matchup with Houston. If the Titans can play the way they did in the final five minutes of their Monday night game at Miami, then beating the Texans shouldn’t be a problem. Give me the Titans and the points in this one, particularly since Stroud is likely to miss this game. Look for the Titans’ home crowd to cheer them on to a victory.

The Pick: Tennessee Titans -3 (-110)

Chiefs vs. Patriots Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 15
Moneyline: Kansas City Chiefs (-450), New England Patriots (+350)
Spread: Kansas City Chiefs -8 (-110), New England Patriots +8 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 37.5 points

Chiefs vs. Patriots Predictions and Pick
Kansas City’s wide receivers have been virtually nonexistent this season, which is certainly frustrating for star quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his Chiefs teammates. Even when those receivers manage to make a big play, they still find ways to mess it up. Last weekend, Chiefs wide receiver Kadarius Toney lined up offsides -– a major mistake that negated a phenomenal trick play. Had Toney not been called for a penalty, the dramatic would-be TD likely would have sealed a victory over Buffalo. Instead, the Chiefs lost to the Bills 20-17. On Sunday, they will be in New England for a game everyone seems to fully expect them to win. Well, at least everyone other than me.

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick’s future is essentially riding on how his team finishes the season. The Pats were 2-10, and their fans were calling for the legendary Belichick to be fired prior to last week's 21-18 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Not only did the Patriots win that game, they got tremendous play from quarterback Bailey Zappe, and their defense continued to limit opposition scoring. Despite a 3-10 record this season, New England’s defense is tied for 14th in the league when it comes to points given up per game. So, don’t expect this Patriots team to go down without a fight. An outright win over the Chiefs is unlikely, but a close game -– given the struggles of Kansas City’s receivers and Zappe’s excellent showing at Pittsburgh -– is a definite possibility. Based on how they looked last week, give me the Patriots and the points. We might even be in for an upset win that could save Belichick’s tenure in New England.

The Pick: New England Patriots +8 (-110)
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
Cowboys vs. Bills Predictions
The last time these teams met in 2019, both rosters looked very different than they do now, but the two quarterbacks remain the same. In 2019, the Buffalo Bills spoiled Thanksgiving for the Dallas Cowboys with a 26-15 win. In the closing minutes of that game, Bills players on the sidelines were seen mocking one of Cowboys QB Dak Prescott’s warm-up routines.

Four years later, the Bills are on a roller-coaster ride of a season, while Prescott and the Cowboys have their eyes on what would be the franchise’s sixth Super Bowl championship. This entire season has been Prescott’s revenge tour, and the Bills are just another stop on that ride. Yes, Buffalo is coming off an impressive 20-17 win at Kansas City, but if the Chiefs had just one decent wide receiver, they would likely have won that game by at least 10 points.

Sunday’s game won’t look anything like what we saw in 2019. Indeed, it will look entirely different because the current Bills defense is nowhere near as talented as that earlier edition, and the Cowboys’ offense is significantly better than it was four years ago. Bills quarterback Josh Allen has struggled with turnovers all season long, and he’s about to face a Dallas defense that forces the NFL’s fourth-most turnovers this year.

The Bills’ offense will struggle at home on Sunday, while the Cowboys’ defense will thrive. Defensively, Buffalo will also struggle to slow down a Cowboys offense that is looking better than the “Greatest Show on Turf.” Look for the Cowboys to reset the Bills Mafia’s expectations for a playoff berth. Give me Dallas on the alternate spread at -4.5.

The Pick: Dallas Cowboys -4.5 (+200)

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