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NFL Football 2023 Week 15 Preview

NFL Football 2023 Week 15 Preview. This week begins the Saturday games that will continue till the end of the season. With no more bye weeks, they had to put those games somewhere.

The Vikings and Raiders almost made NFL history last week by being the first game to go into overtime at 0-0. Luckily, Minnesota got a field goal to win 3-0 and avoid that embarrassing outcome.

Week 15 NFL Schedule and Lines

NFL Football 2023 Week 15 Preview

Thursday, December 14

  • Los Angeles Chargers (5-8) at Las Vegas Raiders (5-8) Raiders (-3, 33.5)

Saturday, December 16

  • Minnesota Vikings (7-6) at Cincinnati Bengals (7-6) Bengals (-3.5, 38.5)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (7-6) at Indianapolis Colts (7-6) Colts (-3, 42.5)
  • Denver Broncos (7-6) at Detroit Lions (9-4) Lions (-5, 46.5)

Sunday, December 17

  • New York Giants (4-8) at New Orleans Saints (6-7) Saints (-4.5, 37.5)
  • Chicago Bears (5-8) at Cleveland Browns (8-5) Browns (-3, 37.5)
  • Atlanta Falcons (6-7) at Carolina Panthers (1-12) Falcons (-3, 35.5)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-7) at Green Bay Packers (6-6) Packers (-3.5, 42.5)
  • New York Jets (5-8) at Miami Dolphins (9-3) Dolphins (-9.5, 39.5)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (8-5) at New England Patriots (3-10) Chiefs (-10, 37.5)
  • Houston Texans (7-6) at Tennessee Titans (4-8) Titans (2.5, 37.5)
  • San Francisco 49ers (10-3) at Arizona Cardinals (3-10) 49ers (-13.5, 47.5)
  • Washington Commanders (4-9) at Los Angeles Rams (6-7) Rams (-6.5, 48.5)
  • Dallas Cowboys (10-3) at Buffalo Bills (7-6) Bills (-2.5, 49.5)
  • Baltimore Ravens (10-3) at Jacksonville Jaguars (8-5) Ravens (-3.5, 43.5)

Monday, December 18

  • Philadelphia Eagles (10-3) at Seattle Seahawks (6-7) Eagles (-3.5, 47.5)

The Vikings Travel to Cincinnati for the First Saturday Game

Minnesota can’t seem to get their quarterback situation handled. Josh Dobbs looked like the savior but quickly lost his luster, scoring fewer points each game until he was replaced by Nick Mullens, who finished the game against the Raiders 3-0. You can’t get much fewer points than that and still win a game.

Mullens will start for the Vikings on Saturday. We’ll see how many points he can get in a complete game. But even with their quarterback challenges, Minnesota is still 5-0-2 ATS on the road this season, while Cincinnati is 3-3-1 ATS at home.

The Bengals are also starting a backup quarterback. However, Jake Browning has proven himself in the last two weeks, throwing for nearly 600 yards with an 82% completion percentage. Will he continue to look good, or will he slide back to mediocrity like Dobbs?

Tampa Bay at Green Bay

The Packers and their fans will wonder which Jordan Love will turn up for the game on Sunday. He had three turnover-free games before last week’s loss against the Giants, where the Packers gave up the ball three times. Their defense has some holes due to injuries and a short week.

Tampa Bay’s defense is also struggling due to injuries. Their pass defense is ranked 30th in the league. The team moved into first place in the NFC South with their win last week, but they’ll need to win this one, too, if they want to stay there. The Falcons and Saints have the same record (6-7). The Buccaneers are 6-1 ATS on the road, while Green Bay is 3-3 ATS at home.

Love will have to play his best game, as the Packers need to win this one to keep their playoff hopes alive.

Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans

C.J. Stroud is still in concussion protocol, and depending on how that goes, it will either be him or Davis Mills starting against the Titans. Tennessee is 4-1 SU and ATS at home. The Titans are coming off of a massive upset against Miami, which will only boost their confidence that much more.

The Texans are 2-4 SU and 3-3 ATS on the road. They also lost several other players to injury, including WR Tank Dell, TE Dalton Schultz, OT Tytus Howard, and WR Nico Collins.

The Titans are using a rookie quarterback with limited resources around him, but the odds are against the Texans, even if Stroud can play.

The Eagles Try to Redeem Themselves in Seattle

Philly has lost two straight, but they were to the 49ers and Cowboys. Seattle has lost four straight; coincidentally, three of those losses came to the same teams – the 49ers twice.

The Seahawks were without Geno Smith, who incurred a groin injury during practice. There’s no confirmation yet whether he’ll play against the Eagles, but that type of injury usually benches a player for two weeks, so don’t expect him back for this one.

Neither team can stop the pass, giving up more than 240 yards per game in the air. The only saving grace for Philly is that Seattle can’t stop the run, either. But even without Smith, the Seahawks still have wide receivers D.J. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and Jaxon Smith-Njigba.

If the Eagles can’t beat Seattle, they’ll be in trouble for the season’s final games.

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