Early Lines for Next to Last Week of NFL Regular Season

Just two weeks remain in the NFL regular season and Week 16 opening lines and point spreads are available.

Many of these numbers will change between now and Sunday’s kickoffs therefore it is best to go online and check on Bovada or any of the other top sites such as topbet, betonline and sportsbook.com to have the most up to date information prior to making a final decision on your wager.

Miami (-3) vs. Buffalo

Miami is now more than ever in the hunt for an AFC wildcard thanks to is 24-20 win over the Patriots improving its record to 8-6. Miami is 5-0 ATS in its past five games. Buffalo won as well as they covered in Jacksonville as a short favorite. The teams met in Week 7, with Buffalo winning SU and ATS.

Saints vs. (-3) Panthers

New Orleans continued its horrible play on the road with a loss to St. Louis. New Orleans is 1-4 SU in its past five games on the road and 1-6 ATS in its past 7 games on the road. The Panthers are undefeated at home since their opening week loss to Seattle. However, they earned only a push in their 30-20 victory against the Jets as a 10-point favorite.

Cowboys (-3) vs. Redskins

The Dallas defense continues to be ripped apart by opposing offenses and Tony Romo is starting to make untimely interceptions. Kirk Cousins played well in place of Robert Griffin III against Atlanta.

Bucs vs. Rams (-4)

The Rams upset New Orleans, while the Buccaneers were beaten handily by San Francisco. The spread on this game ranged from -4 up to -5.5.

Bears vs. Eagles (-3.5)

Philly’s winning streak of five games ended with a loss to Minnesota of 48-30. Chicago with Jay Cutler back under center defeated Cleveland.

Browns vs. Jets (-2.5)

Not much to talk about on this game but the lines however vary on the different wagering sites.

Colts vs. Chiefs (-5)

The Chiefs offense continues to impress. Jamaal Charles scored five touchdowns and Alex Smith threw for five in the Chiefs 53-31 rout of Oakland. Indy quickly put away Houston in their Sunday game. Both teams are guaranteed a spot in the postseason.

Vikings vs. Bengals (-8.5)

Minnesota continues its ATS success covering for the fourth consecutive week and sixth in its past seven. Cincinnati is unblemished at home both SU and ATS.

Broncos (-10.5) vs. Texans

The AFC West is still up in the air and home field advantage throughout the playoffs for Denver. Houston has lost 12 in a row.

Titans (-5) vs. Jaguars

Tennessee lost a heartbreaker to Arizona at home, while Buffalo broke Jacksonville’s winning streak of three games.

Cardinals vs. Seahawks (-10)

Both teams are playing well. Arizona is 6-1 SU and ATS over its past 7 games. Seattle has lost just twice all season and is 5-0 ATS in its past five overall. Seattle won the first game between the two this season 34-22 as a favorite of 4.5 points.

Giants vs. Lions (-9.5)

The Giants are coming off a shutout lost at home to Seattle. Detroit hosts Monday Night Football against Baltimore. The line could change after Monday’s game.

Raiders vs. Chargers (-10)

The Chargers earned some attention when they defeated Denver. Oakland lost its fourth straight and six of its past seven.

Steelers vs. Packers

Green Bay is 2-0 SU over its past 2 games and ended a skid of six games ATS. The sports books do not have a line as of yet, while they wait on word of Aaron Rodgers returning to action.

Patriots vs. Ravens (-1.5)

New England lost to Miami, while Baltimore plays on Monday at Detroit.

Falcons vs. 49ers (-13)

San Francisco won SU and ATS as a dog in Tampa. Atlanta defeated Washington SU.

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