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NFL Week 15 Betting Trends

The Jacksonville Jaguars have been bucking the NFL betting trends all season long, and they could continue to do so this week in a matchup with the Indianapolis Colts that could decide the AFC South.

The Jaguars head into their showdown with the Colts with a one-game lead on Indianapolis in the division. Despite winning five of their last six and already beating the Colts once this season the Jaguars are a 5-point road underdog on the NFL odds this weekend.

In Week 4 the Jaguars upset the Colts 31-28 as a 7-point home underdog. Prior to that the Jags had only two wins against Indy in their last 10 matchups and a 6-4 record ATS. In other words, the Jags stuffed the trends in Week 4.

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Jacksonville has also bucked the trends in December. The Jags have a history of tanking in December, but so far they've won and covered both December games this season. Before those two wins and covers the Jags were 2-8 both SU and ATS in their last 10 December games.

The Jaguars have never beaten the Colts twice in a single season, but if they can keep bucking the trends this week that may change as well.

If you're looking for some trends to follow this week look at Philadelphia at the Giants. The Eagles have owned the G-men lately with five straight wins against them both SU and ATS. This includes the Eagles' Week 11 27-17 win over the Giants as a 3.5-point favorite.

Not only are the Eagles rolling against the Giants, but they've also been dominating on the road  in December in recent years. In their last 10 games on the road in December the Eagles are 9-1 SU and 7-3 ATS.

The Eagles look like a trendy bet this weekend, but so does the UNDER for totals bettors. In the Eagles' last 14 games at the Giants the UNDER is 11-3. Some may point to the fact that the Eagles are 8-1 to the OVER in their last nine games, but that lone UNDER was against the Giants.

If you're looking for a upset pick according to the trends this week you may want to go with Denver at Oakland. The Broncos may have been brutal lately, having lost four in a row and eight of their last nine, but they been a smart bet whenever they've gone to Oakland in recent years.

In their last seven games at Oakland the Broncos are 6-1 SU and 5-2 ATS. What makes Denver an even more desirable option this week is the fact that they are a 6.5-point underdog. In their last 14 games as the favorite the Raiders are an abysmal 3-11 SU and 1-13 ATS.

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