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NFL Week 15 Betting Trends Analysis

Be it Lucas Oil Stadium or the RCA Dome, the Houston Texans have never beaten the Colts in Indianapolis. The Texans try to end their 0-13 mark there Sunday with first place in the AFC South at stake.

The quarterback situation is less than ideal for both teams. The Texans' Brian Hoyer suffered a concussion versus New England this past Sunday and has been ruled out for this week; T.J. Yates will start in his place. The Colts' Andrew Luck (kidney) is out for Sunday as well, while Matt Hasselbeck (ribs, back spasms) is banged up but is expected to start.

Meanwhile, the Colts' 16-game division win streak is over, ended last week by Jacksonville. Indianapolis is 13-3-1 against the spread (ATS) during its past 17 AFC South games, though, and Houston has lost in 18 of its past 25 away contests.

The Colts have beaten the Texans by 11 or more points in nine of their lifetime 13 home matchups. The Colts' average winning margin at home against the Texans is by two touchdowns.

Cowboys Skidding Into Saturday Night Game

There is a Saturday night game this week in the NFL with Dallas hosting the New York Jets. The Jets are three-point favorites. The Cowboys have lost nine of their last 11 games, going 3-8 ATS. They are 1-6 in games started by Matt Cassel, 2-5 ATS.

Cleveland is the biggest underdog on the Week 15 board plus 14.5 at Seattle. The Seahawks are 30-4 during their past 34 home games, 22-11-1 ATS. The Seahawks have covered in nine of their last 11 December games at CenturyLink Field.

Tennessee is taking 14 points at New England where the Patriots have won 24 of the last 26 times. The Titans have failed to cover in eight of their last 10 road games. The Titans have been horrible on the road during December going 1-7, 0-7-1 ATS the past eight times.

Detroit is 0-9 ATS in its last nine December road games. The Lions are a field goal road underdog versus New Orleans on Monday night. The Saints are 10-2 during their last 12 Monday Night Football appearances.