- The Las Vegas Raiders are 3.0-point betting underdogs to the Cleveland Browns on Monday night.
- The Raiders also come back with +125 odds on the moneyline.
- The Minnesota Vikings are road favorites of about a touchdown against the Chicago Bears.
CLEVELAND – With two games on the Monday night slate in Week 15, there are simply more primetime games to bet on.
Cleveland Browns Vs. Las Vegas Raiders
The first of the two games on Monday is between the Cleveland Browns and Las Vegas Raiders. This game was not originally meant to be played on Monday night, but the Browns have had up to 23 players and coaches test positive for COVID-19 resulting in the league giving the team some extra time to get healthy.
Among those who tested positive are Baker Mayfield and Case Keenum, and yet legal online sportsbooks still favor the Browns.
Browns vs Raiders Spread Odds
- Las Vegas Raiders +3.0 -110
- Cleveland Browns -3.0 -110
Nick Mullens is in line to be the quarterback tonight who has a 5-11 record as a starter and has completed just 64.5% of his career passes. Plus, he has an unimpressive 25-22 TD/INT ratio. Although the Raiders have lost four of their last five games, they’re playing a team that is just a shell of itself.
Regardless of what anybody thinks of the Raiders, playing a team without 23 players and coaches is worth a bet on the moneyline, especially as an underdog.
Raiders vs Browns Moneyline Odds
- Las Vegas Raiders +125
- Cleveland Browns -145.
This game will start at 5 p.m. EST and can be seen on NFL Network.
Minnesota Vikings Vs. Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears could be in for a long night on Monday as they have COVID-19 issues as well. The Bears could be without their entire starting secondary and will now have backups trying to contain the Minnesota Vikings star wide receiver, Justin Jefferson, who is averaging 131.2 yards per game over the last five weeks. NFL betting sites have the spread set at less than a touchdown, which could be a mistake.
Bears Vs Vikings Spread Odds
- Minnesota Vikings -6.5 -110
- Chicago Bears +6.5 -110
The Vikings have done pretty well as a road favorite, winning eight of their last 11 games straight up as well as seven of their last 11 against the spread. On the other hand, Chicago is just 2-9 SU in their last 11 games as a home underdog and are currently on the mist of a five-game losing streak SU and ATS as home dogs.
The game is scheduled for an 8:15 p.m. kick-off with coverage on ESPN and ABC.
Nick is a sports writer and die-hard sports fan. He graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Broadcast/Journalism. In his free time, he enjoys kicking back and relaxing with a good video game.