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Bradley Chubb #55 of the Denver Broncos gets the crowd pumped up during the game against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium on December 9, 2018 in Santa Clara, California. Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images

A week after nearly half of the underdogs won straight up, seven games feature a betting line of four points or less. Four road teams are favored, and three teams in the current playoff picture are underdogs.

Below are picks against the spread for every game in Week 15 of the 2018 NFL season, as well as updated betting odds at Las Vegas and online sportsbooks. Betting lines and trends are courtesy of OddsShark.

Los Angeles Chargers (+3.5) at Kansas City Chiefs

The Chargers haven't beaten the Chiefs in the last four years. Los Angeles is one of the best teams in football, but they are still behind Kansas City in the AFC West. The Chiefs are undefeated at home, and home favorites have covered the spread in every “Thursday Night Football” game this season.

Prediction ATS: Kansas City

Houston Texans (-6) at New York Jets

The Texans’ Week 14 loss was another indication that Houston took advantage of a weak schedule during their nine-game winning streak. The Jets aren’t a good team, but they have beaten the Colts and Broncos pretty handily at home. The Texans are 3-6 against the spread in their last nine road games, and their last two road wins have come by less than a field goal.

Prediction ATS: New York

Cleveland Browns (+3) at Denver Broncos

Denver remains one of the toughest teams to beat at home. The Broncos have only been beaten at Mile High by first-place teams, and all of those games came down to the wire. The Browns are 1-5 on the road.

Prediction ATS: Denver

Green Bay Packers (+6) at Chicago Bears

Despite how dominant the Bears’ defense has been and how much the Packers have struggled, it’s really hard to bet against Aaron Rodgers at Soldier Field when he’s getting six points. The quarterback led a miraculous comeback in the season opener to hand Chicago a loss. Rodgers has a 16-4 career record against the Bears.

Prediction ATS: Green Bay

Miami Dolphins (+7) at Minnesota Vikings

Minnesota is 0-5 against teams that are currently over .500, and their offense has totaled just 17 points in the last two games. Miami hasn’t been bad on the road with Ryan Tannehill under center. This could be similar to the Dolphins’ Week 12 contest in Indianapolis that they lost by a field goal.

Prediction ATS: Miami

Detroit Lions (+2.5) at Buffalo Bills

It could be a long day for Matthew Stafford and the NFL’s No.24 offense against Buffalo’s No.1 ranked defense. Josh Allen can make some big plays with his legs to put the Bills over the top.

Prediction ATS: Buffalo

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+8) at Baltimore Ravens

The Bucs lost in one of the biggest blowouts this season the only time they played on the road against a top defense. That could happen again when they visit a Baltimore team that managed to contain Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City’s explosive offense for nearly 60 minutes.

Prediction ATS: Baltimore

Arizona Cardinals (+9) at Atlanta Falcons

It doesn’t matter how bad Arizona’s offense has looked for most of the season—Atlanta shouldn’t be favored by close to double digits against anyone. The Falcons have a single win this year by more than seven points. It was only two weeks ago that the Cardinals won at Lambeau Field.

Prediction ATS: Arizona

Oakland Raiders (+3) at Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals are probably the AFC’s worst team at the moment. The Raiders have shown signs of life the last two weeks with a win over the Steelers and a competitive loss to the Chiefs.

Prediction ATS: Oakland

Tennessee Titans (+2.5) at New York Giants

The Giants’ offense is finally starting to resemble what many thought it would look like all season long. Now that the offensive line has been competent, New York’s playmakers have helped the team average 31.4 points over the last five weeks. In seven games away from Tennessee, the Titans have scored more than 20 points once.

Prediction ATS: New York

Washington Redskins (+7) at Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars have scored 15 points in two games with Cody Kessler as the starting quarterback. Jacksonville might need at least one defensive touchdown to cover this spread.

Prediction ATS: Washington

Dallas Cowboys (+3) at Indianapolis Colts

This could end up being one of the worst performances this season by the Cowboys’ defense. The Colts have scored at least 23 points in every home game, even finding success against a pair of top-10 defenses. The boost that Amari Cooper has given to Dallas’ offense might be slightly overstated after the wide receiver posted 217 yards last week.

Prediction ATS: Indianapolis

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Andrew Luck #12 of the Indianapolis Colts steps up in the pocket to pass under pressure by D.J. Reader #98 of the Houston Texans in the fourth quarter at NRG Stadium on December 9, 2018 in Houston, Texas. Tim Warner/Getty Images

Seattle Seahawks (-5) at San Francisco 49ers

The Broncos had their winning streak ended in San Francisco last week. It won’t be easy for the Seahawks to win on the road against the 49ers, who have been competitive in all three home games with Nick Mullens under center. Don’t be surprised if Seattle barely escapes by a field goal.

Prediction ATS: San Francisco

New England Patriots (-1.5) at Pittsburgh Steelers

Bill Belichick and the Patriots own Mike Tomlin and the Steelers. New England won in Pittsburgh last year to extend their winning streak over the Steelers to five games. Pittsburgh has been unable to close out their last three games, and the Patriots need a win in pursuit of a playoff bye.

Prediction ATS: New England

Philadelphia Eagles (+11.5) at Los Angeles Rams

It’s hard to see the Eagles winning this game, but the final score might end up being relatively close, even with Nick Foles replacing the injured Carson Wentz. The Rams have just one double-digit win in the last six games, and the one time they covered the spread was the result of a late touchdown.

Prediction ATS: Philadelphia

New Orleans Saints (-6) at Carolina Panthers

Despite their five straight losses, the Panthers have enough talent on both sides of the ball to keep this close. Carolina’s last four games have all been decided by one score.

Prediction ATS: Carolina

Season Record: 94-108-6