After going just 1-3 straight up and 2-2 against the spread over their last four games, the Cleveland Browns have decided to make the change at quarterback from Brian Hoyer to Johnny Manziel. “Johnny Football” will make his first NFL start this Sunday when the Browns host the Cincinnati Bengals.
Will Manziel score a rushing touchdown this week? “Yes” is going off at +225 at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com while “No” is the favorite at -285. In the passing game, Manziel's totals are set at 230.5 passing yards and 1.5 passing touchdowns, with the UNDER 1.5 favored at -200 over the OVER 1.5 at +160.
Elsewhere in the league, the Pittsburgh Steelers visit the Atlanta Falcons this week with Le'Veon Bell looking to continue his dominance over opposing teams. Bell racked up 222 total yards from scrimmage against Tennessee, 254 total yards against New Orleans and 235 total yards against Cincinnati. Bell is going off at +400 to gain 200 or more yards in Sunday's game against Atlanta. The Falcons rank last in the NFL in total defense, allowing 410.8 yards per game.
At age 41, Adam Vinatieri is 27 of 27 for the Indianapolis Colts this year on field goal attempts including three makes from 50+ yards. With three games left in the regular season, will Vinatieri stay perfect for the remainder of the year? “Yes” and “No” are each going off at -120 on the NFL Week 15 props at the online sportsbooks.
The Tennessee Titans host the New York Jets in a game that will play a big role in next season's NFL draft. Tennessee and New York are two of the five teams that are currently tied for the league's worst record at 2-11 SU along with Tampa Bay, Oakland and Jacksonville. Which of these five teams will be awarded the No. 1 overall pick? Jacksonville is favored at +250 over Oakland (+300), Tampa Bay (+300), New York (+400) and Tennessee (+400). Tampa Bay currently holds the tiebreaker for the pick with the lowest strength of schedule.