NFL Week 14 Odds: Point Spreads, Moneylines and Totals

NFL Week 14 Odds: Spreads, Moneylines and Totals

NFL Week 14 Picks

Playoff pressure is building with a December to Remember. Ironically the week kicks off between two teams on their playoff deathbeds. The Raiders and Rams were touted for big things in 2022. Instead, the Rams suffer from a Super Bowl hangover and key injuries. Quarterback Matthew Stafford is no longer a Super Bowl hero and has missed a large chunk of time with concussion issues. Los Angeles head coach Sean McVay was once touted as the genius that would reinvent the game. But McVay has no answers without his top signal caller. But as bad as McVay has been, Josh McDaniels is worse.  The McHoodie has had the services of his starting QB Derek Carr. But he reminded everyone why he flopped as head coach of the Broncos a decade ago. Yet somehow, Las Vegas is getting off the mat after a disastrous start.

NFL Week 14 Schedule & Lines

SPREAD TOTAL MONEY LINE
Thursday, December 8
Raiders (-6) at Rams 44 Raiders -265, Rams +218
Sunday, December 11
Vikings at Lions (-1.5) 53.5 Vikings +105, Lions -125
Jets at Bills (-9) 43.5 Jets +324, Bills -410
Ravens at Steelers (-3) 37 Ravens +130, Steelers -151
Eagles (-6.5) at Giants 45.5 Eagles -320, Giants +260
Browns at Bengals (-6) 47 Browns -229, Bengals -278
Jaguars at Titans (-3.5) 41 Jaguars +155, Titans -180
Texans at Cowboys (-17) 44.5 Texans +1041, Cowboys -2000
Chiefs (-9.5) at Broncos 43 Chiefs -470, Broncos +364
Panthers at Seahawks (-3.5) 43.5 Panthers +166, Seahawks -195
Buccaneers at 49ers (-4) 37 Buccaneers +170, 49ers -200
Dolphins (-3) at Chargers 52.5 Dolphins -160, Chargers +140
Monday, December 12
Patriots (-2) at Cardinals 44.5 Patriots -135, Cardinals +115

BYE WEEK: Falcons, Bears, Packers, Colts, Saints, Commanders

In the preseason, the AFC West matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos was circled on everyone’s calendars. Now it is considered an expected massacre. The Broncos are one of the NFL’s most disappointing teams. No team has done less with higher expectations. And NBC Sunday Night Football doesn’t care about the Broncos anymore. Even against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.

KC usually means massive TV ratings, regardless of their opponents. Kansas City is back as a top-tier favorite to win the AFC and make a third Super Bowl in four years. But as impressive as the Chiefs can be, their sloppy playground play is not Super Bowl-friendly. Denver is so bad that NBC flexed its muscles and chose the Chargers vs. Dolphins instead. The Chiefs and Broncos will be featured on CBS in the late afternoon.

The San Francisco 49ers are flashing one of the NFL’s top defenses and are expected to give the Tampa Bay Buccaneers all kinds of problems. But the 49ers are down to 3rd-string at quarterback. Tampa Bay lacks the polish under first year head coach Todd Bowles that it used to have under the previous coach Bruce Arians. Arians was too tough of a taskmaster for some, including Brady. So Tampa Bay allowed Brady to wag the dog, and now they have a doormat as their head coach. Tampa Bay is fortunate to play in the woeful NFC South division.

Los Angeles Chargers were touted as a top threat to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West. And the Chargers are indeed in AFC playoff contention. But Los Angeles is far behind the Chiefs for the division lead. The Chargers have devolved into a one-man team with QB Justin Herbert. But LA lacks complementary components such as a reliable running game and defense. The Chargers host the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. Miami is one of the AFC’s biggest surprises. As long as Tua Tagovailoa stays healthy, the sky could be the limit for Miami. These two teams are so appealing that NBC flexed it to Sunday Night Football status.

The NFL never ceases to amaze. Despite flopping as head coach of his alma mater Texas Tech Red Raiders, Kliff Kingsbury was hired as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals just a few days after getting fired. Kingsbury went 35-40 at Texas Tech with three consecutive losing seasons in the end. Kingsbury is also underwater with the Cardinals. He was hired as a supposed quarterback whisperer for Kyler Murray. Instead, Kingsbury and Murray have a troubled partnership. And the Cardinals are in free fall of a lost season. By contrast, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is getting more out of less.

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