- The Las Vegas Raiders have -160 odds to beat the Cleveland Browns.
- The Minnesota Vikings are -290 favorites to beat the Chicago Bears.
LAS VEGAS – After COVID-19 has postponed three games, Week 15 continues with a Monday Night Football doubleheader.
The first to kick-off Monday Night will be the Las Vegas Raiders and the Cleveland Browns at 5:00 p.m. EST. The slate will finish off at 8:15 p.m. EST with an NFC North matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears.
Las Vegas Raiders Vs. Cleveland Browns
Las Vegas Raiders Vs. Cleveland Browns Odds
- Moneyline: Raiders (-160) vs. Browns (+135)
- Spread: Raiders -3
- Total: 40.5 Points
NFL online sportsbooks have had a field day with the lines in this game considering the impact that COVID-19 has had on it. The Browns odds opened up as 6.5-point favorites and have since moved to +3.5, +3, -2, +1.5, and now back to +3.
With all of the uncertainty surrounding the Browns, the public has been leaning on the Raiders odds. On the spread, the Raiders are taking in 51% of total bets and 63% of the betting handle. As for the moneyline, it is split as the Raiders have just 47% of total bets but 61% of the money.
Minnesota Vikings Vs. Chicago Bears
Minnesota Vikings Vs. Chicago Bears Odds
- Moneyline: Vikings (-290) vs. Bears (+240)
- Spread: Vikings -6.5
- Total: 45.5 Points
This should come as no surprise being that the Bears have lost seven of their last eight games. The Bears are also 4-9 against the spread and losing their games by 7.8 points.
With that, public splits are all over the Vikings with 81% of the moneyline bets and 57% of the moneyline handle. They are also taking in 63% of the spread bets and a whopping 72% of the spread money.
More NFL betting action is on the way with another doubleheader on Tuesday Night with the Seattle Seahawks taking on the LA Rams and Washington Football Team going up against the Philadelphia Eagles.
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