Broncos Patriots Odds Preview

Can Tim Tebow's magic vex the New England Patriots and stretch the Bronco win streak to 7 games?

Denver opened as a 7-point home underdog against a Pats team that struggled to beat Washington a week ago and whose secondary continues to look putrid. The Broncos are 4-1 ATS in their past 5 against the Patriots.

They face a New England team that is 9-2-1 ATS in its past 12 road games.

View New England vs Denver Odds and Stats.


Saints vs Vikings Odds Preview

If there is one team the New Orleans Saints can't seem to beat against the spread, it's their Week 15 betting foe - the Minnesota Vikings.

The Saints are 0-6 ATS in their past 6 meetings with the Vikes and the OVER has also been a steady bet when they meet (8-2-1 past 11 games). New Orleans is also just 2-9 SU in 11 games since 1980 here in Minnesota.

The Vikings have been scorched on defense at home all season long and we expect a high total here that could easily be eclipsed.


49ers vs Steelers MNF Odds

The Monday Nighter is interesting again after a Week 14 battle between the Seahawks and Rams as the playoff-bound Pittsburgh Steelers play at the San Francisco 49ers.

Both teams come off mediocre games, but the 49ers have been one of the most successful Monday Night teams for bettors. In 23 games going back more than a decade, they are 18-4-1 ATS.

The 49ers had 10-game ATS win streak as a favorite snapped last week at Arizona. Big Ben's injured ankle will keep the oddsmakers guessing this week, watch the Week 15 line moves closely on this game.


NFL Week 15 Betting Props

This week’s New England at Denver game pits Tom Brady against Tim Tebow, and NFL prop betting options are available for that specific matchup and the race for top spot in the AFC.

Here are those and some other NFL prop bets Bovada has available in Week 15, including props on the Green Bay Packers and the return of Ndamukong Suh.

Who will be the #1 seed in the AFC?


Sunday Setup: NFL Betting Updates

Whether teams are playing for playoff seeding or for pride at this point in the season, NFL injuries and suspensions still take their toll. Here is a look at some important NFL betting angles in Week 15, including a suspension, injury news, a starting quarterback change, and a weather update.

James Harrison suspension upheld


NFL Week 15 Line Moves

Only four games this week saw line movements of at least one full point as most NFL lines stayed put or only moved by a half point. Only one game had a line movement of over 1.5 points, and it should come as no surprise that it involves one of the NFL’s most polarizing figures this season in Denver quarterback Tim Tebow.

Here’s a look at the biggest NFL line movements of Week 15.

New England @ Denver (from +4.5 to +7.5 at 5Dimes)


NHL Betting: Bruins, Flyers

The Flyers have some serious holes to fill with injuries to several key players, and they will have a battle on their hands as they take on the Bruins in NHL betting action on Saturday afternoon at home.

The loss of leading scorer Claude Giroux is bound to have an effect on the Philadelphia Flyers, but their winning ways have continued. The Bruins have won three straight heading into this matchup.


NHL Lines: Rangers vs. Blues

The St. Louis Blues are playing some of their best hockey in recent years, and they look to extend their win streak to four games when the New York Rangers come to town for Thursday night NHL betting action.

St. Louis is regarded as a -135 home favorite at TopBet, while the OVER/UNDER total is set at 5 goals.


NFL Injuries: MNF Question Marks

With only three weeks left in the regular season many of the divisional battles in the NFL have already been sorted out. However, plenty of teams are still playing for their playoff lives, or battling for positioning in the standings, and these NFL injuries take their toll.


Week 15 NFL Picks: Computer

If the NFL scores prediction computer is correct in Week 15, road teams will be the big winners as 11 of 16 road teams are picked to win.

Coming off a 10-6 ATS showing in Week 14 picks, the engine predicts only Atlanta, the Giants, Bears, Texans and 49ers will win at home. The rest of the games, including the Patriots, Packers, Ravens and Jets, project as road wins and covers.

“Just like last week, there are two games where our handicappers here at disagree completely with the computer and one of them again involves the Houston Texans,” said Mike Pickett.



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