BetAnySports NFL Week 15 Hot and Not

BetAnySports NFL Week 15 Hot and Not

The New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams have been the two frontrunners in the NFC all season long at 11-2 straight-up, but last Sunday belonged to the 9-4 Chicago Bears and the 8-4 Dallas Cowboys as the other two division leaders in the conference building a head of steam heading into the playoffs.

The Bears completely shutdown the Rams in Sunday night’s 15-6 victory as three-point home underdogs to take a commanding two and a half game lead in the NFC North. Dallas extended its current winning streak to five games both SU and against the spread by completing the season sweep against Philadelphia in a 29-23 overtime victory as a 3.5-point favorite at home. The Cowboys currently have the longest winning streak ATS in the NFL.

The Saints regained the top seed in the NFC with Sunday’s 28-14 win against Tampa Bay as 9.5-point road favorites coupled with the Rams’ loss to Chicago. The win clinched a second-straight NFC South Division title heading into this Monday night’s road game against Carolina as 6.5-point favorites with BetAnySports.


This Sunday, Los Angeles will be back in action as a 9.5-point home favorite against Philadelphia. Chicago will play host to Green Bay as a 5.5-point favorite and Dallas will go on the road as a three-point underdog against the Indianapolis Colts.

New England’s celebration for winning its 10th-straight AFC East title was delayed a bit with Sunday’s stunning last-second 34-33 loss to Miami as a nine-point road favorite. The 9-4 (8-5 ATS) Patriots will be on the road this week against 7-5-1 Pittsburgh as 2.5-point favorites. The Steelers’ lead over Baltimore in the AFC North remained just a half game with both teams losing in Week 14.

The Kansas City Chiefs clinched the first playoff spot in the AFC with Sunday’s 27-24 victory in overtime against Baltimore as 6.5-point home favorites on BetAnySports’ closing line. At 11-2 SU (8-4-1 ATS), the Chiefs will play host to the 10-3 (7-6 ATS) Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night as 3.5-point favorites in a battle for the AFC West Division title.

Houston’s lead in the AFC South was cut to two games with Sunday’s 24-21 loss to Indianapolis as a four-point home favorite. The 9-4 (6-7 ATS) Texans will be on the road this Saturday afternoon as six-point favorites against the New York Jets.