The Los Angeles Rams, Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills are all looking for a Week 15 win that would go a long way toward securing a playoff berth. The New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins are set to play two of the league’s worst teams on the road.

There’s no such thing as a “sure thing” when it comes to gambling, but here are the five best bets against the spread for Week 15 of the 2019 NFL season. These are the betting odds from the Westgate Las Vegas Super Contest.

Los Angeles Rams (-1)

The Dallas Cowboys continue to prove they can’t beat good teams. A Week 14 loss at Soldier Field dropped the team’s record to 0-6 against opponents that are over .500. That bodes poorly for Dallas’ matchup with the 8-5 Rams.

Los Angeles has largely taken care of business against teams they’re supposed to beat, going 5-1 against teams that enter Week 15 with a losing record. The Rams are 6-1 against the spread in games outside of L.A. While the offense has played better in the last couple of weeks, it’s the Rams’ defense that’s kept them in the playoff hunt. Only the Baltimore Ravens and their No.1 scoring offense have put up more than 17 points against Los Angeles in the last seven games.

New England Patriots (-9.5)

The Patriots should have a big bounce-back game on the heels of a two-game losing streak against good teams. New England will crush the Cincinnati Bengals the way they have dominated the weakest part of their schedule.

The Patriots are 5-0 against teams that have five wins or fewer, winning each of those matchups by at least 16 points. The Bengals have little to play for with a 1-12 record and their eyes on the No.1 pick in the draft. New England is still seeking a first-round bye. Their No.1 ranked defense will cause major problems for Cincinnati. Andy Dalton has completed fewer than 62% of his passes with no more than one touchdown in five straight games.

Tennessee Titans (-3)

Tennessee and the Houston Texans share the same record atop the AFC South, but there’s no question regarding which team is playing better football in Week 15. The Titans have a good chance to keep rolling with six wins in their last seven games.

Houston’s defense was back to looking like one of the league’s worst last week. It’s more evidence that the unit’s impressive showing against New England was largely due to the Patriots’ issues. The Texans are 25th in yards allowed and 27th in opponents’ yards per play. Ryan Tannehill has been the NFL’s second-best player in his seven starts, leading the NFL with a 118.5 passer rating and 9.8 yards per attempt. Derrick Henry is averaging 5.0 yards per carry. Houston ranks 22nd in yards per rush allowed.

Miami Dolphins (+3.5)

The New York Giants shouldn’t be favored by more than a field goal against anyone, making Miami an easy pick. The Dolphins might win straight up against the Giants, who enter Week 15 on a nine-game losing streak.

The Giants haven’t won a game since Sept. 29, which is the same day that the New York Mets last won a game. They’ve given up at least 27 points in nine of their 11 losses. When the Giants held the Eagles to 17 points in regulation last week, New York only totaled 29 yards of offense in the second half. Miami is competitive against bad teams, going 4-0 against the spread in matchups with the Jets, Redskins and Eagles.

Buffalo Bills (+2.5)

The winner of Sunday night’s contest between the Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers will be in the driver’s seat to earn the AFC’s first wild-card berth. Buffalo has a slight edge in a game that will feature very few points.

The Bills and Steelers have two of the five best defenses in the NFL, giving up fewer than 35 points per game combined. The game could come down to which quarterback is able to make a few big plays down the stretch. Josh Allen has been impressive in his second season, totaling 17 touchdowns and three turnovers in the last eight games. Devlin Hodges hasn’t hurt Pittsburgh yet, but that could change when he meets a defense that just limited Lamar Jackson to 185 total yards.

Season Record: 30-37-3

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Buffalo Bills players react after downing a punt during the second quarter of an NFL game against the Baltimore Ravens at New Era Field on December 08, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York. Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images