NFL Predictions Week 15: Picks and Odds Advice for Latest Schedule
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It's only fitting the remainder of the Week 15 schedule features major playoff implications—or for those out of the postseason running, major draft implications.

After all, with regular-season action set to end on Dec. 31, bettors who enjoy playing the picks and odds don't have much time to either round out the season-long bankroll or recoup losses from what has been quite the tough season.

Week 15 won't provide a layup of sorts for bettors, either. Saturday, the favored Los Angeles Chargers,...

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