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2015 SuperContest Week 17 Lines Set

As the SuperContest heads into the final week at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, the record field of 1,727 entrants will take their last shot at finishing in the Top 50 and winning their share of more than $2.5 million in prize money.

The Week 17 SuperContest Card includes 16 NFL games that will all be played on Sunday, with only one primetime matchup which will decide the NFC North title on Sunday Night Football.

The Green Bay Packers (10-5) will host the Minnesota Vikings (10-5) as three-point favorites in that game and try to sweep the season series after going 5-0-1 straight-up and 5-1 against the spread in the past six home meetings.

The Vikings have been one of the best teams in the league ATS this year though, going 12-3 and covering seven straight as road underdogs. Green Bay is 8-2 SU in its last 10 divisional games.

Colts 2.5-Point Favorites vs Titans on Card

One key AFC South game that did not have a line posted at the sportsbooks as of Wednesday but was on the Week 17 SuperContest Card has the Indianapolis Colts (7-8) as 2.5-point home favorites against the Tennessee Titans (3-12).

The Colts still do not know who their starting quarterback will be in the season finale, but they have won the past eight meetings with the Titans and gone 7-1 ATS.

An intriguing NFC East matchup in Week 17 has the New York Giants (6-9) as 3-point home favorites versus the Philadelphia Eagles (6-9) without head coach Chip Kelly, who was fired on Tuesday. The Giants also do not know the future of their head coach Tom Coughlin and have dropped 12 of the past 15 meetings both SU and ATS.

Jets 3-Point Favorites on Road vs the Bills

In the AFC East, the New York Jets (10-5) visit the Buffalo Bills (7-8) and former head coach Rex Ryan as 3-point road favorites looking to clinch a Wild Card playoff berth.

The Pittsburgh Steelers (9-6) have a shot at making the playoffs if the Jets lose but would need to beat the Cleveland Browns (3-12) as 10.5-point road chalk. The Steelers lost last week 20-17 to the Baltimore Ravens (5-10) in a similar spot as 10-point faves.

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