NFL Week 14 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals
Less than a decade ago, the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers were embroiled in one of the greatest rivalries in sports. During those years, the Steelers and Patriots played for the highest stakes. Every game was a battle with the potential of a Super Bowl hanging in the balance. The rivalry between head coaches Bill Belichick of the Patriots and Mike Tomlin of the Steelers became personal. The competitiveness was extended to quarterbacks Tom Brady of New England and Ben Roethlisberger of Pittsburgh. New England had the upper hand as it forged its dynasty.
Now, The GOAT and Big Ben are retired. While Tomlin and The Hoodie still patrol their respective sidelines. Tomlin was forced to play second fiddle to Belichick a decade ago. Now he has the chance to get even. Since Brady’s retirement, the Patriots have been mediocre with a popgun offense. By contrast, the Steelers caught fire to ignite fans' hopes for a new era of glory. Then-rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett thrilled Steeler fans with his progress and sparked future market optimism.
Week 14 begins with a Thursday night Amazon Prime matchup of the Steelers hosting the Patriots.
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Bye Week Teams: Arizona Cardinals, Washington Commanders
In the Sunday afternoon late window, the Kansas City Chiefs host the Buffalo Bills in the renewal of one of football’s great rivalries. Nobody will ever forget the 2021 AFC Divisional Playoff between these teams at Arrowhead. Kansas City won what was argued to be one of the greatest games ever. This year the Bills and Chiefs are expected to again contend for the AFC championship.
NBC Sunday Night Football offers a potential dynamite matchup from the NFC East. The Dallas Cowboys host the Philadelphia Eagles. Playoff implications should be huge for this one.
Dak Prescott was an immediate sensation when he took over as QB of the Dallas Cowboys. But almost as soon as he was proclaimed the Big D savior, he suffered from injuries and inconsistent play. The game against the Eagles and their superstar QB Jalen Hurts is an opportunity for Dak to regain his foothold as one of the best.
Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy made his bones as the Green Bay Packers head coach. McCarthy partnered with Aaron Rodgers to win a Super Bowl. Green Bay was a perennial contender with the tandem. But eventually, McCarthy and Rodgers struggled on the field in with their relationship. The rift cost McCarthy his job.
Following a year off to reinvent himself and his tactics, McCarthy landed with the Dallas Cowboys. While Dallas has made the playoffs the past two seasons, they were not ready for Super Bowl prime time. McCarthy is taking over the play-caller duties to give his team a spark and save his job.
Week 15 also offers gamblers the special treat of a Monday Night Football doubleheader. The New York Giants host the Green Bay Packers on ABC. At the same time, the Miami Dolphins host the Tennessee Titans on ESPN.
The Titans QB situation will be fascinating to watch. Second round draft pick Will Levis will challenge incumbent Ryan Tannehill for the starting job. The Titans are running out of patience with Tannehill, who cashed in on a 2019 run to the AFC Championship Game with a huge contract. Tennessee has never been as close as they were that year. And Tannehill has failed to match his performance of that run.
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