NFL Week 15 Odds

Last Updated: Jul 25, 2023

We’re getting down to the nitty gritty. There are only four games left in the NFL regular season.

All the bye weeks have been exhausted. There’s no place to hide and there are 16 matchups every week from here on out.

The game with the largest spread is the 49ers vs Cardinals where San Francisco is a +6.5-point favorite. Three matchups are separated by only a one-point spread: Ravens vs Jaguars, Commanders vs Rams, and Falcons vs Panthers.

Here are the current Week 15 NFL odds and lines for the 2023 season.

Week 15 NFL Odds & Lines

Week 15 lines are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook and current as of Tuesday, June 27, at 10 a.m. ET.

Keep tabs on all of our current NFL odds.

Week 15 NFL Games

Los Angeles Chargers @ Las Vegas Raiders (Thursday Night Football)

Dec. 14, 8:15 p.m. ET (TNF)

  • Chargers -1.5 (-110) @ Raiders +1.5 (-110)

One of the Raiders’ biggest weaknesses a year ago was against the run. They allowed 5.4 yards per carry, the worst in the league.

In contrast, a critical Chargers’ weakness was that they only averaged 3.7 yards per rush (30th). If Austin Ekeler can get going on the ground, it will open up opportunities for Justin Herbert in the passing attack.

Los Angeles wins late on a field goal to cover the spread.

New York Giants @ New Orleans Saints

Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET

  • Giants +2 (-110) @ Saints -2 (-110)

The Saints spent both their first- and second-round picks on defensive linemen for good reason. In 2022, they generated 48 sacks (tied for fifth-most), yet no one player had more than 8.5 sacks.

Daniel Jones improved tremendously in protecting the football last year. New Orleans needs to keep the pressure on him and force the Giants’ pass-catchers to step up.

New York wins on the road and the points are a bonus, making for a good teaser opportunity.

New York Jets @ Miami Dolphins

Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET

  • Jets +1.5 (-110) @ Dolphins -1.5 (-110)

The Dolphins played great against their division in 2022, leading to a 6-1 ATS record. However, this Jets team should take a big leap forward with Aaron Rodgers under center.

All eyes will be on the matchup of Sauce Gardner vs Tyreek Hill. But the Dolphins have two All-Pro caliber cornerbacks in Xavien Howard and Jalen Ramsey.

Miami ekes out a tough win against its AFC East foe and just manages to cover the spread.

Minnesota Vikings @ Cincinnati Bengals

Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET

  • Vikings +5 (-110) @ Bengals -5 (-110)

Minnesota allowed 7.4 yards per pass attempt (30th) and 4.5 yards per carry (22nd). It finished with a -3 point differential after allowing 427 points and scoring 424.

Giving Joe Burrow and Cincinnati’s playmakers that much leeway for production and scoring is a recipe for trouble.

Look for the Vikings to cover in what could be a high-scoring shootout.

Atlanta Falcons @ Carolina Panthers

Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET

  • Falcons +1 (-110) @ Panthers -1 (-110)

Bijan Robinson should be romping his way to Offensive Rookie of the Year. The Panthers are also led by another possible favorite for that award in Bryce Young.

In what should be a coinflip matchup, Carolina needs to have established a No. 1 receiver by this point. Terrace Marshall is among our potential 2023 fantasy football sleepers.

Atlanta wins this game straight up.

Chicago Bears @ Cleveland Browns

Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET

  • Bears +3.5 (-110) @ Browns -3.5 (-110)

Justin Fields was magical at times last season and expectations are elevated in the Windy City. In Cleveland, the eventual return of Deshaun Watson in 2022 wasn’t quite as exciting.

The Bears aren’t getting much respect from Vegas in this spread, and I’m happy to take Chicago here with the points.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Green Bay Packers

Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET

  • Buccaneers +3.5 (-110) @ Packers -3.5 (-110)

Neither team is enticing and both could be in for long seasons given the unknowns they’re dealing with at the quarterback position. Jordan Love and Baker Mayfield both have something to prove this year.

In what I consider to be a toss-up game, I’ll take the Bucs and the points.

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolis Colts

Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET

  • Steelers -2.5 (-110) @ Colts +2.5 (-110)

The Colts defense allowed a near 68% completion percentage last season, and if there’s one team that should experience some regression to the mean in their pass attack, it has to be the Steelers.

Kenny Pickett only managed 6.2 yards per completion and seven TDs. If he’s not the answer this year, Mitch Trubisky should have no problem taking on a game manager role.

Anthony Richardson and the Colts keep this one close in a tough loss and cover the spread.

Houston Texans @ Tennessee Titans

Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET

  • Texans +3 (-110) @ Titans -3 (-110)

These are two teams that could be scraping the bottom of the barrel by mid-Decenter. The Texans need first-round picks C.J. Stroud and Will Anderson, who is our favorite to win the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Award, to be hitting their stride by this time of year.

For the future of the Titans’ franchise, they better hope Ryan Tannehill can recapture that 2021 regular season magic. I’ll take the Texans and points in what will certainly be an ugly game.

Denver Broncos @ Detroit Lions

Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET

  • Broncos +2 (-110) @ Lions -2 (-110)

The Lions are everyone’s darling yet only receive a measly two-point advantage from Vegas. The magic of Sean Payton and the possible resurgence of Russell Wilson must count for a lot.

Javonte Williams will hopefully be healthy and banging on all cylinders coming into this Week 15 matchup. The Broncos snag a slight upset win on the road here.

Washington Commanders @ Los Angeles Rams

Dec. 17, 4:05 p.m. ET

  • Commanders +1 (-110) @ Rams -1 (-110)

It’s hard to know what to expect from the Commanders this year. They’re putting all their eggs in the Sam Howell basket.

Aaron Donald, Matthew Stafford, and Cooper Kupp figure out a way to cover this spread.

San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals

Dec. 17, 4:05 p.m. ET

  • 49ers -6.5 (-110) @ Cardinals +6.5 (-110)

A 6.5-point spread will look like a bargain by this time in December. The 49ers will be rolling and no amount of Kyler Murray improvisation can spare them the embarrassment.

That’s assuming Murray is even playing. Give me Christian McCaffrey all day in what will be a three-score win for San Francisco.

Dallas Cowboys @ Buffalo Bills

Dec. 17, 4:25 p.m. ET

  • Cowboys +4 (-110) @ Bills -4 (-110)

Cowboys fans should be ecstatic that Tony Pollard will be toting the rock solo this year. Even if they give the ball to a committed back around the goal line to vulture away a lot of touchdowns, this will be a special year for Pollard.

Dak Prescott has to stay healthy. I love the line here for Dallas, but there’s just no telling given that he missed all but five games in 2020 and five in 2022.

Despite my concerns, I’m going with a tentative selection of the Cowboys plus the points.

Philadelphia Eagles @ Seattle Seahawks

Dec. 17, 4:25 p.m. ET

  • Eagles -2 (-110) @ Seahawks +2 (-110)

The Eagles are one of the most well-balanced teams in the league. The Seahawks have their strengths, but also some glaring issues on defense.

I expect Jalen Hurts to run amok against Seattle. Take the Eagles to cover.

Baltimore Ravens @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Dec. 17, 8:20 p.m. ET (SNF)

  • Ravens +1 (-110) @ Jaguars -1 (-110)

Like the Lions, the Jaguars are becoming one of those en-vogue teams to root for in 2023. Don’t sleep on the Ravens just yet, though.

Baltimore needs Lamar Jackson to stay healthy and get something going with Odell Beckham Jr., Rashod Bateman, and Zay Flowers. I’ll take the Ravens to cover in this coin flip.

Kansas City Chiefs @ New England Patriots

Dec. 18, 8:15 p.m. ET (MNF)

  • Chiefs -4 (-110) @ Patriots +4 (-110)

Playing on the road in Gillette Stadium is no easy task. Even though it’s been a few years, Patrick Mahomes has a 290.3 passing yard average with seven TDs and three INTs across three games vs New England.

This could be closer to a double-digit spread by the week of this contest. I anticipate the wheels finally come off for Mac Jones and this team continues to scramble for solutions at the QB position.

The Chiefs win by two scores and cover with ease.


Matt De Lima

Matt is a sports content editor at The Game Day with more than 10 years experience in the fantasy and betting spaces. He is a two-time Fantasy Sports Writing Association award finalist with previous experience working for Sports Illustrated, Full Time Fantasy, FFToolbox, 4for4, and RotoExperts. Born and raised in California, Matt now calls southern Maryland home. He is a Virginia Tech alumnus and a life-long 49ers, Lakers, and Dodgers fan.

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