NFL Week 14 Odds, Overview & Predictions for Each Game
For the first time this season, the New England Patriots are not the Super Bowl betting favorites at Mybookie. The Pats lost Sunday night in Houston and are now +400 to win it all. Baltimore is on an eight-game winning streak, including a win over the Pats, and is the new +250 favorite. Here’s a look at every NFL Week 14 game with the latest NFL odds and an ATS pick.
2019 NFL Week 14 Odds, Overview & Predictions for Each Game
Dallas at Chicago (-2.5)
Thursday night game between division winners from last year who are both 6-6 this year. The Bears need a miracle to return to the playoffs, while the Cowboys lead the NFC East because it’s such a terrible division. Dallas won the last meeting between the teams in 2016 but few key players are still around from then on both sides. NFL Week 14 Pick: Cowboys.
Baltimore at Buffalo (+5)
Potential playoff preview with the Ravens atop the AFC at 10-2 and Buffalo a game behind New England in the AFC East at 9-3. It’s also the two best running quarterbacks in the NFL in Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen. Jackson rushed for 101 yards and a touchdown in the Ravens’ 20-17 victory over San Francisco on Sunday, making Jackson the first QB in league history with four games of at least 100 rushing yards in one season. Pick: Ravens.
Washington at Green Bay (-13)
The Redskins are killing their chances of earning the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft with back-to-back wins. Green Bay leads the NFC North and routed the Giants in the snow on Sunday behind four TD passes from Aaron Rodgers. Pick: Redskins.
Denver at Houston (-9.5)
Could be a trap game for the Texans after upsetting the Patriots on Sunday night. Denver gave rookie Drew Lock his first start and quarterback and the second-round pick played fairly well in a win over the Chargers. He’ll start again here. NFL Week 14 Pick: Broncos.
San Francisco at New Orleans (-3)
The game of the week by far as the winner could be in the driver’s seat to be the top seed in the NFC. The Saints already have won the NFC South, while the Niners aren’t even assured of winning the NFC West because Seattle is right there with them. Pick: Saints.
Cincinnati at Cleveland (-10)
There have been two teams to go 0-16 in an NFL regular season. There will not be a third as the Bengals upset the Jets on Sunday. Cleveland’s playoff hopes basically ended when it blew a 10-0 lead and lost in Pittsburgh. First meeting of season between these rivals. Pick: Bengals.
Carolina at Atlanta (-2)
Two NFC South teams with nothing to play for but pride and each team’s head coach is all but a lock to be fired after the season. The Falcons dominated the Panthers in Charlotte a few weeks ago in a modest surprise. Pick: Panthers.
Detroit at Minnesota (-15.5)
This line could change depending on what the Vikings did in Seattle on Monday night. Minnesota won earlier this season rather easily in Detroit behind four touchdown passes from Kirk Cousins. Matthew Stafford had four as well for the Lions but is now out for the season. NFL Week 14 Pick: Lions.
Miami at NY Jets (-6)
The Dolphins were winless whey they hosted the Jets in Week 9 and pulled off a 26-18 upset. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw three touchdown passes, two of them to rookie Preston Williams, who has since been lost for the season. Of course, the Jets are coached by former Dolphins coach Adam Gase. Pick: Jets.
Indianapolis at Tampa Bay (-3)
The Bucs are showing signs of life in winning three of four but it’s too late for a playoff push this year. The Colts were losers at home to Tennessee on Sunday thanks to three more missed field goals from Adam Vinatieri – two blocked. He has cost the Colts a few games this year. Pick: Bucs.
LA Chargers at Jacksonville (+2.5)
The Jaguars benched starting QB Nick Foles at halftime of this past Sunday’s loss to Tampa Bay and replaced him with rookie Gardner Minshew III. He will start the rest of the way, according to Coach Doug Marrone.
The Chargers, meanwhile, keep finding unusual ways to lose and did again Sunday in Denver. NFL Week 14 Pick: Jaguars.
Kansas City at New England (-3)
Rematch of last season’s AFC title game, won in overtime at Kansas City by New England. The Chiefs looked like they had won it late in regulation after an interception of Tom Brady, but that was negated due to an offsides penalty. Pick: Patriots.
Pittsburgh at Arizona (+1.5)
The Steelers once were 0-3 but are now 7-5 and would be a playoff team if they started today. Rookie Devlin “Duck” Hodges improved to 2-0 as a starter this year in Sunday’s win over Cleveland and will remain the starter. The Cardinals are on a five-game skid. Pick: Steelers.
Tennessee at Oakland (+3)
Has some AFC Wild-Card implications with the Titans sitting seventh in the conference and the Raiders eighth. This is the second-to-last home game for Oakland ahead of its move next season to Las Vegas. Pick: Raiders.
Seattle at LA Rams (+2.5)
Sunday night game. Line could change depending on what happened with Seattle on Monday night against the Vikings and if there were any serious injuries. The Rams are still in playoff contention after destroying the Cardinals in Arizona on Sunday. NFL Week 14 Pick: Rams.
NY Giants at Philadelphia (-8.5)
Unfortunately, the NFL can’t flex out Monday night games or it surely would between a Giants team on an eight-game losing streak and an Eagles club on a three-game skid and a disappointing 5-7. Yet Philly is only a game out of first place in the division. The Eagles swept New York last season. Pick: Eagles.
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