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NFL Week 15: 5 favorites to bet

With NFL Week 15 getting underway on Saturday, we preview the best favorites bets to hit.

5. Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Rams (-11.5)

The Rams are trying to catch the New Orleans Saints for the top seed in the NFC, and they’ll likely need to win out to do it. Los Angeles is 11-2 but loses the tiebreak with the Saints due to its loss at the Superdome back in Week 9. This week, the Rams should be able to handle business against an Eagles team that is all but out of the race. Nick Foles will be starting instead of the injured Carson Wentz, who has a broken vertebrae in his back. If Los Angeles doesn’t run away with this contest at home, it would be a considerable shock.

4. Seattle Seahawks (-3.5) at San Francisco 49ers

The Seahawks are attempting to lock up a wild card berth with a win on Sunday, and it should happen rather easily. Seattle is on the road but the 49ers have only managed three victories on the season with Jimmy Garoppolo sidelined since Week 3 with a torn ACL. San Francisco would certainly love to deal one of its chief rivals a big loss, but it’s going to be a tall order with Seattle playing great football.


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3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Baltimore Ravens (-7.5)

Another team that is in the heat of the race. Baltimore is 7-6 after losing in overtime to the Kansas City Chiefs a week ago, and now comes home to take on the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay is a decent squad at 5-8, but the Ravens’ defense poses a real threat to the typically high-powered Buccaneers offense. If Jameis Winston turns the ball over as he is vulnerable to doing, it’s hard to see this being a close game. The Ravens know they have a real chance at making a postseason run.

2. Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears (-6)

The Packers get a ton of national love because of Aaron Rodgers, but the fact is they aren’t very good. In fact, they aren’t good at all, sitting at 5-7-1 and with interim head coach Joe Philbin at the helm. Green Bay comes into Chicago as a deiced underdog and rightfully so. The Bears trying to clinch the NFC North at home against their most-hated rivals. Look for Chicago to take care of business and clinch a playoff spot for the first time in the Matt Nagy era.


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1. Dallas Cowboys at Indianapolis Colts (-3)

The Cowboys are a solid team with an excellent defense, but the Colts need to win far more. Indianapolis is at 7-6 and part of the logjam at the bottom of the AFC playoff picture. A win. would do wonders for the Colts and their chances of playing into January, while a loss might all but doom them. Indianapolis is at home and with the desperation factored in, don’t worry about laying the points.

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