NFL Week 14 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 14 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 14 Betting Odds

With the races for playoff seeding in both conferences heating up the NFL opens the final month of regular season action with some important games on the Week 14 slate. But history will be made on Monday night with a pair of games starting at the same time, a first in the history of the league. Sure, there have been multiple Monday night games in the past but those all had staggered starts, much like what we saw during Weeks 2 and 3. This will also be the final week of byes with Arizona and Washington getting some time off leaving 15 games on the slate.

The betting week starts with an AFC clash between New England and Pittsburgh on Thursday Night Football. It’s been a lost season for the Pats, who are still looking to find a replacement for Tom Brady. Mac Jones was removed in place of Bailey Zappe last week and the Pats failed to score in a 6-0 loss to the Chargers. The Steelers also have some concerns at the QB spot after Kenny Pickett was injured in Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals leaving Mitchell Trubisky as the possible starter. Both teams have struggled on offense leaving oddsmakers to set the total at a ridiculously low 30.

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NFL Week 14 Schedule

Thursday, December 7
Patriots at Steelers (-6) 30 Patriots +218, Steelers -265
Sunday, December 10
Jaguars at Browns (-3) 32 Jaguars +140, Browns -160
Rams at Ravens (-7) 42.5 Rams +274, Ravens -340
Lions (-3.5) at Bears 41 Lions -180, Bears +155
Panthers at Saints (-5.5) 38 Panthers +203, Saints -245
Buccaneers at Falcons (-2.5) 39.5 Buccaneers +120, Falcons -140
Colts (-1) at Bengals 42 Colts -119, Bengals -101
Texans (-7) at Jets 34.5 Texans -305,  Jets +249
Seahawks at 49ers (-10.5) 47 Seahawks +477, 49ers -650
Vikings (-3) at Raiders 40 Vikings -163, Raiders +143
Broncos at Chargers (-3) 43 Broncos +133, Chargers -153
Bills at Chiefs (-2.5) 47.5 Bills +125, Chiefs -145
Eagles at Cowboys (-3.5) 53 Eagles +155, Cowboys -180
Monday, December 11
Titans at Dolphins (-13.5) 47 Titans +588, Dolphins -850
Packers (-6.5) at Giants 37 Packers -300, Giants +245

Bye Week Teams: Arizona Cardinals, Washington Commanders

Granted they had a difficult schedule, but the Philadelphia Eagles were walking a plank they eventually fell off of. In wins over Washington, Dallas, Kansas City and Buffalo, the Eagles found themselves trailing at halftime only to rally to victory in the second half. They won those games by a total of 19 points. They were behind at halftime once again in last week’s matchup with the 49ers but couldn’t muster a comeback adding tension at the top of the NFC standings and the East Division. The Eagles have led the division since Week 1 but one team was lingering in second place waiting for a chance to pounce.

Well, the time is now for the Dallas Cowboys, who can forge a first-place tie with a win. The Boys have yet to lose at home this season extending their regular season home winning streak to 14 games with a 41-35 win over Seattle during Week 13 TNF. And they’ve been especially efficient on offense scoring at least 41 points in each of their last four home outings while averaging 41.0 points in their six contests. Since getting pasted 42-10 by San Francisco in Week 5, the Cowboys are 6-1 SU and 5-2 ATS. Another sign pointing to Dallas in this confrontation is their current five-game home winning streak with payouts in each contest. Dallas opened as a 3-point favorite making Philly a dog for just the second time.

With the division leader at 6-6 the NFC South will send its champion to the playoffs with a wild card home game. We just don’t know which team will advance with Tampa Bay and New Orleans trailing Atlanta by a game in the standings. To make things a lot more interesting the four teams will play each other. With wins over the Saints and Jets the Falcons improved to 6-6, good enough for the top spot. Atlanta hosts Tampa Bay on Sunday as a 2.5-point favorite. The Bucs had lost two straight and six of seven before beating Carolina 21-18 on Sunday.

The other NFC South game has Carolina at New Orleans with the Panthers looking for their second win. Once again they were close suffering their third one-score setback during a current five-game losing streak. Not that the firing of Frank Reich had anything to do with it but the Panthers did have their highest point total in the last six games in the 21-18 loss. Carolina is catching 5.5-points. The teams pushed the closing line in Week 2 with the Saints winning 20-17.

It seems as though every week a quarterback is injured and forced to miss time. Week 13 was no exception with Pickett suffering an ankle injury in his team’s loss to Arizona. The Saints’ Derek Carr also exited with an apparent concussion and the Jags were dealt a blow when Trevor Lawrence left Monday night’s game with a leg injury. As of this writing the line for Jacksonville’s game at Cleveland has yet to hit the board.

Two teams opened as a favorite of more than 10 points with the Dolphins the biggest on the early line laying 13.5 points to the Titans in one of two Monday Night Football games. San Francisco hit the board as 10.5-point chalk against Seattle. Both teams are used to face double-digit lines with the Fins 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS and the Niners 3-0 SU and 2-1 ATS when favored by 10 or more points.

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