Last Updated Dec 29, 2022, 2:19 PM

NFL Week 16 Opening Odds Report

NFL Week 16 odds feature a bevy of matchups with playoff ramifications, as the regular season hits its final stretch. Leading the way is a big Christmas Eve clash between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys.

Other key matchups include the New York Giants vs. Minnesota Vikings and Cincinnati Bengals vs. New England Patriots.

Multiple oddsmakers provide insights on Week 16 NFL odds and action. Check back regularly for updates.

NFL Week 16 Odds

Los Angeles Chargers vs Indianapolis Colts

The Chargers' Cameron Dicker celebrates his game-winning kick vs. the Titans (Getty).

Opening line: Chargers -3; Over/Under 49
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET Monday (ESPN)

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET MONDAY: Three-plus hours ahead of kickoff, the Chargers are -4 (-105) on WynnBet's NFL Week 16 odds board. Los Angeles opened -3 (-105) on Dec. 18, moved to -3.5 and -4 last Monday, peaked at -4.5 Wednesday and returned to -4 Sunday night.

The Chargers are taking 59% of spread bets, while the Colts are seeing 54% of spread money. WynnBet said it will need the road chalk Chargers to cover, and against the norm in a prime-time game, the book needs the Over.

WynnBet opened the total at 47.5, moved to 47 within an hour, went to 46.5 Tuesday and 46 Wednesday. Today, the total plunged another 1.5 points to 44.5, with 52% of tickets on the Over, countered by a hefty 89% of money on the Under.

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET FRIDAY: In the final game of Week 16, Los Angeles is laying 4 points at Indianapolis in Caesars' Week 16 NFL odds market. The Chargers opened -3 (-105) Sunday night, advanced to -3.5/-4 (-115) Monday, then -4.5 (-115) Wednesday afternoon.

L.A. backed up to -4 flat this afternoon, with 62% of spread bets on the Chargers/66% of spread cash on the Colts.

The total opened at 48 and steadily declined to 45.5 by Thursday morning. There's been no movement since, with 55% of early bets/87% of early cash on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: The Colts are probably sending a Christmas card to the Patriots, for taking the spotlight off Indy's forgettable Week 15 meltdown. Indianapolis (4-9-1 SU, 6-8 ATS) led host Minnesota 33-0 at halftime – and lost 39-36 in overtime Saturday. The Colts' crash allowed for the biggest comeback in NFL history.

The Chargers (8-6 SU, 8-5-1 ATS) are on a timely 3-1 SU run, moving into the playoff picture in the process. Los Angeles edged Tennessee 17-14 on a final-seconds field goal, pushing as a 3-point home chalk.

"There hasn't been a ton of action on the spread, but we have taken some notable bets on the Under, knocking us down a whole point to 48," The SuperBook's Casey Degnon said. "The spread will probably write money on both sides, but I do think the Chargers will be a popular leg in moneyline parlays, especially with it being the last game of the slate."

Late tonight, the Chargers remain -3, and the total is down another half-point to 47.5.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Arizona Cardinals

Tom Brady and the Bucs are 6-8 SU, but still in first place in the NFC South. (Getty)

Opening line: Buccaneers -4; Over/Under 40.5
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday (NBC)

UPDATE 7:20 P.M. ET SUNDAY: An hour before kickoff, WynnBet's NFL Week 16 odds board shows Tampa as a 7.5-point road chalk. The Bucs opened -4 (-105) last Sunday night and got to -6 by Monday night, then went to -6.5 Tuesday and -7/-7.5 Thursday.

About an hour ago, the Bucs advanced to -8, but quickly returned to -7.5. Much of the movement was predicated on Arizona having third-string Trace McSorley at QB tonight. Tampa Bay is taking 65% of spread bets/63% of spread cash. WynnBet said it needs Arizona to cover tonight.

The total opened at 41 (Under -115), quickly fell back to 40.5, then spent most of the first half of the week at 41. On Wednesday, the number dipped to 39.5, then went to 40.5 Thursday. This morning, the total went to 41, then late this afternoon moved to 41.5 and 42.

The Over is drawing 55% of tickets/56% of money.

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Caesars opened Tampa Bay -3.5 in its NFL Week 16 odds market. The line climbed all the way to Bucs -7.5 by Wednesday afternoon, with Arizona confirming that third-stringer Trace McSorley would start at QB.

Spread ticket count is 2.5/1 and spread money almost 5/1 on Tampa Bay. No team is taking less spread tickets so far this week than Arizona.

The total opened at 41, peaked at 41.5 late Monday morning, dropped to 39.5 Wednesday afternoon and is now 40.5. The Under is seeing 59% of early tickets, while 71% of early dollars are on the Over.

UPDATE 11:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: This number is on the move, thanks to Arizona's increasing issues at quarterback. After losing Kyler Murray (ACL) in Week 14 and Colt McCoy (concussion) in Week 15, the Cards will start Trace McSorley in the Sunday night game.

Tampa Bay moved from -3 to -4 at TwinSpires, then leapt to -7.5 earlier today on the McSorley news. Point-spread ticket count is 2/1 and spread money 3/1 on the Bucs.

"Lopsided tickets/money on the Bucs," TwinSpires' Zachary Lucas said. "The Cardinals will likely end up our biggest decision of the weekend."

The total hasn't seen nearly as much movement, going from 40.5 to 40, then returning to 40.5. It's two-way play, with 54% of tickets/59% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 10 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Tampa Bay, among the preseason favorites to win the Super Bowl, is now 6-8 SU and has the league's worst ATS mark at 3-10-1 (tied with Kansas City). Yet the Bucs still lead the awful NFC South, so they have the No. 4 seed in the playoffs for the moment.

In Week 15, Tampa Bay closed as a 3-point home 'dog to Cincinnati and jumped out to a 17-0 lead. Then the Bucs gave up 34 straight points en route to a 34-23 loss. Tampa is 3-6 SU in its last nine and a meager 1-10-1 ATS in its last dozen games.

As if things couldn't get worse for Arizona, QB Kyler Murray suffered a torn ACL in the Week 14 Monday night game, a 27-13 home loss to New England. In Week 15 at Denver, backup Colt McCoy left with a concussion, so the Cards went to third-stringer Trace McSorley.

Arizona (4-10 SU, 6-8 ATS) went on to lose 24-15 as a 2-point pup.

"Even with the Bucs getting housed at home today, this line had to open above 3," The SuperBook's Casey Degnon said. "Colt McCoy was knocked out of the game against Denver and replaced by Trace McSorley, who proceeded to throw two interceptions. It's unknown if McSorley will be the guy next week, but it's tough [for McCoy] to come back from a concussion in a week.

"Tampa is still fighting for a playoff spot, while Arizona is done with 3 games to go. Although so far, the action has almost all been on the home 'dog Cardinals. The Under has written some money, as well, but we are still at the opener on both the side and the total."

Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys

Tony Pollard and the Cowboys blew a big lead against the Jaguars (Getty)

Opening line: Cowboys -1.5; Over/Under 50.5
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET Saturday (FOX)

UPDATE 3:45 P.M. ET SATURDAY: Forty minutes pre-kick, the Cowboys are laying 4 points at WynnBet. This line has been all over the map this week, due to the injury to Eagles QB Jalen Hurts. Dallas opened -1.5 and was already up to -2.5 before the Hurts news broke Monday afternoon.

From there, the went to Cowboys -3, then sped through -4 and -5 on the way to -6.5, before settling at -6 Monday night. The line backed up to -4.5 by Wednesday morning, then briefly got back to -6 Thursday morning, when Hurts was officially ruled out. By Thursday afternoon, however, the number again dipped to Dallas -4.5, and it dropped to -4 Saturday.

The Eagles are netting 62% of spread tickets/59% of spread money. On the moneyline, tickets are almost even, and 56% of cash is on underdog Philly. WynnBet said it needs Dallas to win and cover.

The total opened at 51, bottomed out at 46 Tuesday morning and rebounded to 48 by Saturday. The Under is seeing 51% of tickets/54% of money.

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET FRIDAY: This line has been all over the map on Caesars Sports' NFL Week 16 odds board, due to Jalen Hurts' shoulder issue, which will keep him out of Saturday's game. Caesars opened the game at pick 'em and quickly went to Dallas -1/-1.5 Sunday night. On Monday morning, the Cowboys nudged up to -2, then went to -2.5 midafternoon Monday, just ahead of the Hurts news.

From there, it was a speedy climb to Dallas -6 by Monday evening. The line backed up to -4.5 Wednesday, on the possibility that Hurts could still start, but it shot back up to Cowboys -6 Thursday when the Eagles QB was announced out. Since then, though, the Cowboys have receded to -4.5. Gardner Minshew will start for Philly.

"I think Hurts to Minshew is about a 4-point difference [to the spread],” Caesars assistant director of trading Adam Pullen said. “But good teams can withstand this type of situation. The 49ers haven’t missed a beat with Brock Purdy filling in for Jimmy Garoppolo. People understand that the Eagles are a complete team, they’re not just one person. With Hurts out, there hasn’t been a situation this year where you’re getting this many points with the Eagles. So I think a lot of people are enticed by that.”

Indeed, spread ticket count is beyond 2.5/1 and spread money almost 2/1 on the Eagles. That includes a $110,000 bet on Philly +6.

The total has also taken a hit on the Hurts news. It opened at 50 and peaked at 51.5 Sunday night, but by late Monday afternoon plunged to 46.5, with several stops along the way. On Tuesday, it dipped another notch to 46, and since then, it's toggled between 46/46.5/47.

The total is now 47, with ticket count almost 2/1 and money nearly 5/1 on the Over. One Caesars customer put a $110,000 bet on Over 46.5.

UPDATE NOON ET THURSDAY: With the news of Jalen Hurts' sprained shoulder, this line has bounced around quite a bit everywhere, including at TwinSpires. The Cowboys opened -1.5 and moved to -2, then Monday afternoon quickly climbed to -6.5 on the Hurts injury info.

With the possibility still out there that Hurts might play for Philly, the line backed up to Dallas -4.5. But Wednesday night, it inched up to -5. Then this morning, news broke that Hurts will indeed miss Sunday's game, and the line jumped to -6.

The Eagles are seeing 60% of spread tickets, while 71% of spread cash is on the Cowboys.

"The public loves the Eagles, with or without Hurts. Sharp play on Dallas," TwinSpires' Zachary Lucas said.

The total fell from 50.5 to 47, mostly due to the Hurts info. The Under is seeing 55% of tickets/61% of cash.

UPDATE 5:30 P.M. ET MONDAY: Normally, there wouldn't be an update less than 24 hours out from when the opening line landed. But circumstances demand it, as Eagles QB Jalen Hurts is uncertain to play in Saturday's showdown. News broke this afternoon that Hurts has a shoulder sprain.

Prior to the news, The SuperBook was already up to Cowboys -3, after opening Cowboys -1.5. The line then steadily climbed before stabilizing at Dallas -6.

"We took sharp money on Cowboys -3, but besides that, just some smaller bets, and we've been creeping up with the market," Degnon said, before noting Hurts' value to the point spread. "He's around 4 points, give or take. We basically went from 2.5 to 6, with some smaller bets along the way."

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Philadelphia continues to maintain the league's best record, heading into Week 16 at a lofty 13-1 SU (8-6 ATS). In Week 15, the Eagles topped Chicago 25-20, but gave up a late TD in failing to cash as 8.5-point road favorites.

Meanwhile, Dallas decided it didn't play with enough fire in Week 14 against Houston, and this time got burned. The Cowboys (10-4 SU, 8-6 ATS) went to Jacksonville as 4-point faves and let a 27-10 third-quarter lead slip away, as the game went to overtime tied at 34.

Then Dak Prescott threw a pick-six, and the Pokes lost 40-34. The setback came a week after Dallas needed a final-minute TD to beat big road underdog Houston.

"The Eagles all but have the division locked up, but this is always a good rivalry game," The SuperBook's Casey Degnon said. "Even with the Cowboys' loss today, they still had to open as the favorite at home. Tickets and money have been about split so far on the spread, and nothing to the total yet. I think this game will see good action on both sides as the week progresses."

The spread is still Dallas -1.5, while the total inched up to 51 late tonight on The SuperBook's NFL Week 16 odds board.

Washington Commanders vs San Francisco 49ers

Brock Purdy had plenty to shout about after the 49ers' win over the Seahawks. (Getty)

Opening line: 49ers -7; Over/Under 40
Time: 4:05 p.m. ET Saturday (CBS)

UPDATE 3:45 P.M. ET SATURDAY: Shortly before kickoff, San Fran is -6.5 on WynnBet's Week 16 NFL odds board. The 49ers opened -7 Monday morning and have been at various prices at -6.5 (-120/-115/-110) since Thursday.

San Francisco is drawing 59% of spread bets/57% of spread money. More notable, moneyline tickets and dollars are 9/1 on the favored 49ers. WynnBet said it's need is for an outright Washington upset and the Over.

The total steadily declined from 39.5 to 37.5 over the course of the week. Ticket count is dead even, but money is 6/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Surging San Fran opened as a 7-point home chalk in Caesars' NFL Week 16 odds market. On Thursday, the Niners dipped to -6.5 (-105), where the line remains this evening.

San Francisco is landing 75% of early spread bets, but 58% of early spread cash is on Washington. A big reason for that flip on spread money: one customer put $125,000 on Washington +7.5 (-125).

The total opened at 40.5 and by Thursday morning had made its way down to 37.5, where it sits now. Ticket count is almost dead even, but a hefty 95% of money is on the Under.

UPDATE 10 P.M. ET SUNDAY: San Francisco (10-4 SU, 9-5 ATS) is on its third QB of the season, yet in Week 15 wrapped up the NFC West. Playing in the Thursday nighter, the 49ers dispatched Seattle 21-13 laying 3 points on the road. San Fran has won seven in a row SU, going 6-1 ATS in that span.

Washington lost for just the second time in the last two months, and it was costly. Playing in the Sunday nighter, the Commanders fell to the Giants 20-12 as 4-point home faves. Washington (7-6-1 SU and ATS) is still in the NFC playoffs at No. 7 for the moment, but a trip to San Fran isn't exactly the best way to stay in the picture.

"We wrote a couple smaller bets on the Commanders and the Under before it came off the board, with Washington playing on Sunday Night Football," The SuperBook's Casey Degnon said of early Commanders-Niners action. "The 49ers feel like a team that will be tied to a bunch of parlays and teasers, so I anticipate rooting for a Washington upset victory when they kick off Saturday afternoon."

Neither the line nor total moved prior to The SuperBook taking Commanders-Niners off the board. The game will go back up Monday morning.

Cincinnati Bengals vs New England Patriots

Ja'Marr Chase and the Bengals hope to keep rolling in Week 16 vs. the Patriots. (Getty)

Opening line: Bengals -3; Over/Under 39
Time: 1 p.m. ET Saturday (CBS)

UPDATE 10:30 A.M. ET SATURDAY: With 2.5 hours until kickoff, WynnBet's NFL Week 16 odds board has the Bengals as 3-point road favorites. Cincinnati opened -3.5 Sunday night, dipped to -3 (-115) Wednesday morning and has been -3 at various prices since.

The Bengals are seeing 69% of spread tickets/55% of spread money. On the moneyline, Cincy is seeing 86% of tickets/68% of dollars. WynnBet said it would like the Pats to at least cover, and better still win outright.

WynnBet opened the total at 39.5 (Over -115), quickly went to 40, then Tuesday moved to 40.5/41/41.5. It stuck at 41.5 all week before getting to 42 this morning. However, the Under is seeing 51% of tickets/66% of money.

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Cincinnati hit Caesars Sports' board at -3.5, dipped to -3 (-105) Wednesday morning, then -3 (even) Wednesday night. The Bengals went to -3 flat late Thursday night and are now -3 (-115).

Cincy is attracting 86% of early spread bets, but 61% of early spread cash is on the Patriots. That includes a $120,000 bet at New England +3.5 (-120) and a $110,000 play at Pats +3.5 flat.

"It’s going to be one of those games, public vs. sharper bettors,” Caesars assistant director of trading Adam Pullen said. “Why wouldn’t the public be all over the Bengals? They’ve been hot and have covered all those games (11-1 ATS last 12), and they’re going against a team that may be deflated after that collapse against the Raiders. [The Bengals'] covering streak has been baked into the number — if every week they keep covering the spread, especially as a favorite, it’s natural that they’re going to be a little higher.

"But the market spoke with the line moving down, with the sharper bettors taking New England.”

The total toggled between 39.5 and 40 early, stretched to 41.5 by Tuesday afternoon and remains at 41.5 today. Weather won't be great, but also not as bad as initially anticipated, with temperatures in the low 20s and winds of 10-20 mph. It's two-way play on the total, with 51% of tickets/58% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 11:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: TwinSpires opened Cincy a 3.5-point road chalk on the NFL Week 16 odds board, and the line dipped to Bengals -3. Cincinnati is drawing 67% of early spread bets, but just 53% of early spread dollars.

"Sharp play on the Pats +3.5," TwinSpires' Zachary Lucas said.

The total is out to 41.5 from a 40 opener, with 57% of tickets/64% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 10 P.M. ET SUNDAY: New England made the unofficial bonehead play of Week 15 – and perhaps of the season – on what ESPN's Scott Van Pelt would call pitch-pitchy-woo-woo. And it could prove quite costly in the AFC playoff chase.

In a game tied at 24, Rhamondre Stevenson broke off a 23-yard run to the Raiders' 32 yard line, an effort that took the final seconds off the clock. Worst-case scenario for New England – which scored 21 straight points to overcome a 17-3 deficit – should've been overtime. But rather than get tackled, Stevenson decided to pitch it to Jakobi Meyers, who then attempted a long lateral to QB Mac Jones.

However, Las Vegas defensive end Chandler Jones caught the lateral, stiff-armed the Patriots QB and rumbled 48 yards for a touchdown. So New England lost 30-24 as a 2.5-point road underdog. The Pats (7-7 SU, 7-6-1 ATS) have lost three of their last four SU and ATS, and are now on the outside looking in for an AFC postseason bid.

Similarly, Cincinnati overcame a 17-0 deficit at Tampa Bay, but the Bengals then made sure not to screw it up. Red-hot Cincy (10-4 SU, 11-3 ATS) scored 34 straight points, starting with a field goal to end the first half and finishing on a TD with 2:21 left in the game.

The Bengals ended up with a 34-23 victory, covering as 3-point favorites. Defending AFC champion Cincinnati is on a 6-0 SU and ATS run, and has cashed in 11 of its last 12 games.

"Some respected money came in on the Bengals here, pushing us to -3.5 with the rest of the market," The SuperBook's Casey Degnon said of early Bengals-Pats play. "Cincy started slow today, but turned it on in the second half to blow out Tampa Bay. The Patriots lost on an incredible play to hurt their playoff chances, but they are not dead yet. Weather on the East Coast this time of year is always worth monitoring, so it will be interesting to see how impactful that is as we get later in the week.

"We also took some sharp money on Over 39, moving us up half a point to 39.5."

New York Giants vs Minnesota Vikings

Vikings place-kicker Greg Joseph celebrates his game-winning field goal. (Getty)

Opening line: Vikings -3.5; Over/Under 48
Time: 1 p.m. ET Saturday (FOX)

UPDATE 10:30 A.M. ET SATURDAY: Minnesota is a 4-point favorite at WynnBet, matching Sunday night's opening number. In between, the Vikes went to -3.5 Monday morning, -3 (-120) Tuesday morning and -3.5 Tuesday night, before stabilizing at -4 Wednesday morning.

Spread ticket count and spread money are both running dead even. On the moneyline, tickets and money are in the 3/1 range on Minnesota. WynnBet said its ideal outcome would be a Giants outright win.

The total opened at 47.5 and slowly made its way to 49.5 by Friday, then backed up to 49 this morning. The Under is netting 61% of tickets, while 59% of cash is on the Over.

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET FRIDAY: The Vikings hit Caesars' board as 3.5-point favorites, fell to -3 (-120) by Monday night, but by late Wednesday morning rebounded to -4. The number remains Minnesota -4, with ticket count dead even, but money 4/1 on the Vikings. The money discrepancy is due in large part to a $120,000 Vikings -3 (-120) wager.

Caesars opened the total at 47.5, and steadily made its way to 49.5 by this afternoon. The Over is netting 69% of tickets/55% of cash.

UPDATE 10 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Minnesota is apparently on the good list thus far this holiday season. How else could you explain the Vikings' Week 15 heroics?

Minnesota (11-3 SU, 6-7-1 ATS) shockingly dug itself into a 33-0 halftime hole against Indianapolis. But the Vikings came all the way back to force OT, tying the game at 36 late in regulation. Then it took almost every bit of a 10-minute overtime before Minnesota won 39-36 on a final-seconds field goal. The Vikes failed to cash laying 3.5 points at home.

New York (8-5-1 SU, 10-4 ATS) got a hugely needed win against NFC East rival Washington. The Giants made a final-seconds defensive stand in the shadow of the goal line, winning 20-12 as 4-point road pups in the Sunday night game. That halted a 2-4 SU skid for the G-Men.

"We had this line higher last week when we did the early lines, but felt like it had to come down a little," The SuperBook's Casey Degnon said. "The Vikings had that record-setting comeback, but they looked so bad early on [vs. Indy], and the market continues to drop their power rating, even with the 11-3 record. Most of the action has been on the Giants so far."

Giants-Vikings came off the board once the Giants-Commanders game kicked off. Giants-Vikes will go back up Monday morning. There was no early movement on the line or total, though Degnon noted some smaller bets on the Over.

Jacksonville Jaguars vs New York Jets

Opening line: Jets -2; Over/Under 40.5
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET Thursday (Prime Video)

Jaguars safety Rayshawn Jenkins returns an INT for a TD to beat the Cowboys. (Getty)

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET THURSDAY: With kickoff just over three hours out, the Jets are laying 2.5 points in WynnBet's NFL Week 16 odds market. New York opened -1 Sunday night and shortly thereafter briefly went to -1.5, before returning to -1.

By late Wednesday night, the Jets were up to -2, and the line went to -2.5 this afternoon. Jacksonville is seeing 61% of spread tickets, while 54% of spread cash is on New York.

"We win to the Jags on the spread and the moneyline, [so] we will be rooting for the Jags to win the game," WynnBet trader Andy Morrissey said. "They bet the total down with the weather, so we will be rooting for points, as well."

There's ostensibly a 100% chance of rain tonight, potentially heavy, along with winds of 15 mph. WynnBet opened the total at 40, fell to 39 Monday, 37.5 Tuesday and 36 by Wednesday afternoon.

Late Wednesday night, the total climbed to 37, then late this morning went to 36.5. The Over is landing 62% of bets, while 62% of money is on the Under.

UPDATE 11:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: One night before the NFL Week 16, opener, TwinSpires Sportsbook has the Jets a 2.5-point favorite. New York opened -1, went to -1.5, then in just the past couple of hours advanced to -2.5.

The Jets are getting 57% of spread tickets and 70% of spread money.

"Small sharp play on Jets -1," TwinSpires director of retail sports Zachary Lucas said.

The total moved from 41 to 40 in short order, made its way down to 37.5, then tonight went to 36.5.

"Weather is a big factor," Lucas said, alluding to a Thursday night forecast of potential heavy rainfall and winds of 15-25 mph.

Ticket count is approaching 2/1 and money is nearly 4/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Jacksonville has got it going on late in the season, winning two in a row and three of four SU and ATS. The latest victory was easily the biggest.

The Jaguars (6-8 SU, 6-7-1 ATS), catching 4 points at Dallas, overcame a 27-10 third-quarter deficit to tie it at 34 and force OT. Then Rayshawn Jenkins got a pick-six to give Jacksonville a stunning 40-34 victory. Believe it or not, the Jags could still make the playoffs.

On the flip side, New York (7-7 SU, 8-6 ATS) is fading fast after a great first half of the season. In Week 15, the Jets closed as 2-point home favorites against Detroit and gave up a late TD in a 20-17 loss. New York has lost three in a row and four out of five.

"There was some debate about possibly opening this game closer to a pick, but ultimately, we landed on Jets -2," The SuperBook's Casey Degnon said. "It's been one-way traffic on the Jags, pushing us down to Jets -1.5. Public and sharp money has sided with Jacksonville so far, but I think at some point, we'll see some Jets money. However, I still think we're going to end up needing the Jets on Thursday night.

"We're also down half a point on the total, despite not writing a ton of action, because it looks like there could be some East Coast weather involved."

Late tonight, the Jets are down another half-point to -1, and the total is at 40 on The SuperBook's NFL Week 16 odds board.

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