Week 15 NFL Upset PicksJosh Bailey
Week 15 NFL Upset Picks
With upsets now a weekly part of today’s NFL and five more upsets going down this past weekend, it’s time to take a look at three games that are offering plenty of upset value with Week 15 quickly approaching. Now, let’s get to it.
Top 3 Don’t Miss Underdog Week 15 NFL Upset Picks
Denver (4-9) at Indianapolis (3-10)
When: Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 8:25 PM ET
Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana
NFL Odds: Indianapolis +2
The Denver Broncos snapped their pitiful eight-game losing streak by beating the Jets 23-0 this past weekend, but New York was without starting quarterback Josh McCown, so I’m not impressed at all. I personally like Indianapolis to get the outright win behind young quarterback Jacoby Brissett who has been an absolute rock for the Colts this season despite their horrible record. Brissett is clearly better than any quarterback on Denver’s roster and the Colts keep playing hard every week which is something no one can say about the Broncos. I like the Colts to win outright!
Week 15 Upset Pick: Indianapolis SU Win
Tennessee (8-5) at San Francisco (3-10)
When: Sunday, December 17, 2017 at 4:25 PM ET
Where: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California
NFL Odds: San Francisco -2
Tennessee looked completely inept in their stunning 12-7 road loss at Arizona this past weekend, but after falling a game behind Jacksonville in the race for first place in the AFC South, I’ve got to believe that Marcus Mariota and the Titans can overcome a 49ers team that is still pretty awful, even though they’ve clearly been given a boost by the play of new starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Tennessee has too much to play for to lose again in this contest and the Niners still have plenty of rebuilding to do. The Titans win outright!
Week 15 Upset Pick: Tennessee SU Win
Dallas (7-6) at Oakland (6-7)
When: Sunday, December 17, 2017 at 8:30 PM ET
Where: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California
NFL Odds: Oakland +2.5
The Dallas Cowboys are playing decent football and ran away from the struggling Giants in their 30-10 win on Sunday, but Oakland still has a legitimate chance to win the AFC West as they sit one game behind both, the Chiefs and Chargers heading into this contest. After failing to show up in their 26-15 road loss against Kansas City this past weekend, I think Derek Carr and Oakland’s offense could put plenty of points on the board against a Cowboys defense that really isn’t that good, particularly against the pass. Dallas may have won two straight, but consider their opponents were the lowly Redskins and G-Men. A more formidable Raiders team will win this game outright at home because of sheer desperation and the fact that they should be able to throw the ball against the ‘Boys!