NFL Week 14

It’s officially official, we’ve no winless teams heading to Week 14. The Detroit Lions won a thriller in Week 13 and eliminated the fun factor about watching them. Now their focus is on tying the Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans at two victories.

Regarding the top, nothing changed in the NFC. Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals keep leading the way. Something did change in the AFC, where the Baltimore Ravens fell to third place after losing a crucial divisional matchup. They’ll try to bounce back against another familiar foe.

We already have the Week 14 odds fully loaded. Every game is crucial now, so be sure to check ‘em and pick your favorites!

NFL Week 14 Preview

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Minnesota Vikings will collide on Thursday Night to kick off Week 14. Minnesota could be without two of its best offensive weapons, so keep an eye on it.

Sunday’s action includes six divisional matchups. Also, Josh Allen and Tom Brady will meet again. Brady doesn’t play in the AFC East anymore, but Buffalo could still lose first place because of him.

Monday Night will also offer a very appealing divisional matchup. The Los Angeles Rams will try to reduce the gap with the Arizona Cardinals. Losing could mean to start forgetting about the NFC West title.


Keep in mind that the New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, and Philadelphia Eagles won’t be playing this week.

The NFL Week 14 odds are ready and waiting as we look through each game.

NFL Games of the Week

  • Pittsburgh Steelers


    Minnesota Vikings (-3)

    Thursday, December 9th

    The Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5-1) returned from the death after beating the Baltimore Ravens in Week 13. That victory allowed them to keep dreaming about the postseason.

    Ben Roethlisberger isn’t the same, but this will be his last season. That should be like a motivation pill for his teammates. Remember when Ray Lewis announced his retirement, and the Ravens won the Super Bowl? Exactly like that.

    That Ravens’ team was better than today’s Steelers, but Diontae Johnson, Najee Harris, and T.J. Watt keep the hope alive. The Steelers are 5-2 straight up in their last seven games played in Week 14.

    Big Ben and the Steelers will be facing the unmotivated Minnesota Vikings (5-7). You guessed it; Minnesota was the team that lost to the Lions. To be fair, Dalvin Cook was out, and Adam Thielen got injured in the first quarter. He didn’t return to the field and is questionable for Week 14.

    Cook also remains questionable. Justin Jefferson and Alexander Mattison will be ready to lead the charge if neither is able to return.

    The Vikings are still in the wild card race, but another loss could be lethal. They’re 4-2 against the spread in their last six games against an opponent from the AFC North.

  • Dallas Cowboys (-4)


    Washington Football Team

    Sunday, December 12th

    This is one of the divisional matchups I mentioned before. The Dallas Cowboys lead the way in the NFC East with an 8-4 record. However, they’ll be facing a Washington Football Team (6-6) that’s on a roll! Taylor Heinicke & Co. won their last four games with a combined score of 90-70.

    Washington’s defense has been impressive despite not having Defensive End Chase Young due to injury. Offensively, Running Back Antonio Gibson (111 total yards and one touchdown in Week 13) is finally meeting expectations.

    The bad news is that Tight End Logan Thomas will miss some time due to a knee injury. The good news is that Isn’t as bad as the team initially feared.

    Washington is 4-1 ATS in its last five games.

    The Cowboys returned to the winning column in Week 13 after beating the New Orleans Saints 27-17. Amari Cooper returned to action and finished with two receptions for 41 yards. Also, Tony Pollard outplayed Ezekiel Elliott with 71 rushing yards and one touchdown. Elliott finished with 45 yards and no TD’s.

    When completely healthy, Dallas owns one of the best receiver corps in the league.

    The total has gone over in four of Dallas’ last five games against an opponent from the NFC East.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars


    Tennessee Titans (-10)

    Sunday, December 12th

    The Jacksonville Jaguars (2-10) forgot they’ve RB James Robinson and paid the consequences. They were crushed by the Los Angeles Rams (37-7) and fell to last place in the AFC South.

    Robinson finished with only eight carries, one less than Carlos Hyde. The veteran saw more snaps than Robinson for the first time in a game each was completely healthy for. At this point, Jacksonville picking first again in the 2022 NFL Draft is a real possibility.

    The Jaguars are 0-10 SU in their last 10 games on the road.

    The Tennessee Titans (8-4) didn’t play in Week 13. Julio Jones, Racey McMath, also a Wide Receiver, and Safety Dane Cruikshank will be back. All three were included in the Injury Reserve List several weeks ago.

    Despite not playing in Week 13, they moved up to second place in the AFC thanks to the Steelers. That’s quite an accomplishment considering Derrick Henry has missed their last four games.

    The Titans are 4-1 SU in their last five games at home. Facing the Jaguars is the perfect opportunity to improve that stat.

  • Seattle Seahawks (-9)


    Houston Texans

    Sunday, December 12th

    Believe it or not, the Seattle Seahawks remain in the wild card race. They beat the San Francisco 49ers in Week 13 and now are 4-8. Russell Wilson (231 yards, two touchdowns) is getting back to his usual form. Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf are definitely grateful for that.

    With Chris Carson and Alex Collins out due to injury, Seattle brought in veteran Adrian Peterson. He only ran for 16 yards in 11 attempts but scored one touchdown. Travis Homer (80 yards, one touchdown) and Rashaad Penny (35 yards) also got a chance.

    The Seahawks are 4-1 ATS in their last five games against an opponent from the AFC. On top of that, they’ll collide with the Houston Texans (2-10), the first team eliminated from Playoff’s contention.

    Houston lost 31-0 to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 13. Quarterback Tyrod Taylor was benched after a 45 yards, one interception performance. Head coach David Culley told the press that Taylor’s status as the starter is being evaluated.

    I just feel sorry for players like Brandin Cooks and Rex Burkhead, they deserve better. At this point, the Texans should be focusing on their first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.

    The total has gone under in six of Houston’s last seven games played on a Sunday.

  • Las Vegas Raiders


    Kansas City Chiefs (-10)

    Sunday, December 12th

    Based on each team’s record, the AFC West seems the best division in the league. The Kansas City Chiefs lead the way with 8-4, while the Denver Broncos sit in last place with 6-6. The Las Vegas Raiders also are 6-6, but they already beat Denver.

    The Raiders lost 17-15 to the Washington Football Team in Week 13. Derek Carr threw for 249 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions. He really missed TE Darren Waller, who’s now considered day-to-day.

    Josh Jacobs managed to stay healthy and led the team with 52 rushing yards and one touchdown. They’re going to need a lot more than that to have a chance against the Chiefs.

    The Raiders are 8-3 in their last 11 games on the road.

    Kansas City had a rocky start but managed to turn things around. They won their last five games, including two divisional matchups. Patrick Mahomes is still far from his MVP form, but he still is a threat.

    Clyde Edwards-Helaire is officially back, giving them more depth in the backfield.

    The total has gone under in five of Kansas City’s last six games at home.

  • New Orleans Saints (-6)


    New York Jets

    Sunday, December 12th

    I never thought I was going to say this, but the New Orleans Saints (5-7) need Jameis Winston back. Taysom Hill returned in Week 13 but suffered a finger injury. He’ll try to play through it, but it’s too risky. Trevor Siemian will be under center if Hill can’t go.

    Alvin Kamara is expected to be back after missing the last four games. He trained last week, but the coaching staff decided to let him fully heal. He would be a huge boost to the offense. If he remains sidelined, Mark Ingram will be leading the charge from the field.

    The Saints are 15-5 SU in their last 20 games on the road.

    Zach Wilson is starting to look better on the field, but the New York Jets (3-9) can’t catch a break. Corey Davis, the team’s No. 1 receiver, needs a season-ending core muscle surgery. With Davis out, Elijah Moore and Jamison Crowder will lead the way when playing host to the Saints. You know…in case you need to add more depth to your fantasy roster.

    Regarding the running game, Tevin Coleman has been replacing Michael Carter as the starting RB. Carter will be out one more game, so expect Coleman to remain heavily involved in this one.

    The total has gone under in eight of New York’s last 11 games played in December.

  • Atlanta Falcons


    Carolina Panthers (-3)

    Sunday, December 12th

    The Atlanta Falcons visiting the Carolina Panthers is another interesting divisional matchup. Both own a 5-7 record, and both have suffered a lot when it comes to injuries.

    Atlanta has been without Calvin Ridley pretty much all season. The standout WR is dealing with some personal issues and isn’t expected to be back soon. Fortunately for the Falcons, Cordarrelle Patterson is having a great season, both as WR and RB.

    On the other hand, the Panthers will be without Christian McCaffrey for the rest of the season. The RB suffered an ankle injury and is now thinking about 2022. With McCaffrey out, Chubba Hubbard will be their main runner.

    Cam Newton is back, but he had a terrible game in Week 12. Carolina didn’t play in Week 13, so one would expect they took advantage of that to fix some things.

    The total has gone under in seven of Atlanta’s last eight games when playing on the road against Atlanta.

  • Baltimore Ravens


    Cleveland Browns (-2½)

    Sunday, December 12th

    The Baltimore Ravens (8-4) are a very inconsistent team. One week they can score up to 34 points, the next one they can’t surpass 10. They remain atop the AFC North, but they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 13. Losing to the Cleveland Browns could send them to second place, behind the Cincinnati Bengals.

    Lamar Jackson remains one of the best dual-threat QB’s in the league. Mark Andrews is one of the best TE’s in the league. Devonta Freeman is playing like he used to in Atlanta. I mean, the talent is there, they just need to be more disciplined.

    Baltimore is 6-1 ATS in its last seven games when playing on the road against Cleveland.

    The Browns come from their bye-week. Nick Chubb and Jarvis Landry took advantage of the bye-week to fully heal. Chubb and Kareem Hunt are one of the best backfield duos in the league.

    Cleveland lost 16-10 to the Ravens in Week 12. That can’t happen again, at least not if they want to remain in the wild card race.

    The total has gone under in seven of the Browns’ last 10 games against Baltimore.

  • New York Giants


    Los Angeles Chargers (-10)

    Sunday, December 12th

    Get ready because the Jake Fromm era in New York is about to begin. Daniel Jones isn’t expected to be back, and Mike Glennon did a poor job in Week 13 against the Miami Dolphins. Therefore, the Giants (4-8) coaching staff are thinking about playing Fromm from the start.

    Kenny Golladay, Evan Engram, Kyle Rudolph, Darius Slayton, John Ross. Those are some of the receivers he would be throwing to. Not bad, not bad at all. Also, Saquon Barkley is playing with more confidence, so I would expect him to be heavily involved in the game plan.

    The Giants are 4-2 ATS in their last six games.

    Fromm would make his first professional start against a very explosive team, the Los Angeles Chargers. They scored 41 points against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13. Justin Herbert, Mike Williams, Austin Ekeler, all three are having a great season.

    Veteran Keenan Allen, who’s also having a great season, is questionable after being placed in the COVID-19/Reserve list. With or without him, they shouldn’t have too much trouble beating the Giants.

    The Chargers are 12-3 SU in their last 15 games played in Week 14.

  • Detroit Lions


    Denver Broncos (-9)

    Sunday, December 12th

    The Detroit Lions (1-10-1) finally got a W. They beat the Minnesota Vikings 29-27 with a last-minute touchdown. Jared Goff played one of his best games after throwing for 296 yards and three touchdowns.

    Receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown finally met expectations by catching 10 passes for 86 yards and one touchdown. Him and TE T.J. Hockenson could become a great duo. Regarding the running game, Jamaal Williams is in charge now. D’Andre Swift remains questionable.

    Detroit is 5-1 ATS in its last six games.

    The Denver Broncos (6-6) simply can’t afford to lose against the Lions. That would leave them buried at the bottom of the AFC West. Teddy Bridgewater is no longer threatened by Drew Lock, but he needs to be more consistent.

    Melvin Gordon couldn’t play in Week 13 against the Chiefs, but no worries, rookie Javonte Williams took care of things. He finished the game with 178 total yards and one touchdown.

    Denver is 7-3 SU in its last 10 games against an opponent from the NFC North.

  • San Francisco 49ers


    Cincinnati Bengals (-1)

    Sunday, December 12th

    The San Francisco 49ers (6-6) got back the best version of George Kittle but could lose Elijah Mitchell. The RB is in concussion protocol, meaning he could be out when visiting the Cincinnati Bengals.

    If that’s the case, expect them to base their game plan on finding Kittle and Brandon Aiyuk through the air. Jimmy Garoppolo isn’t a bad QB, but he needs to be more consistent. Otherwise, he could lose the starting job to Trey Lance.

    San Francisco is 1-4 ATS in their last five games played in December.

    The Bengals also are a very inconsistent team. They beat the Steelers 41-10 in Week 12 but lost 41-22 to the Chargers in Week 13. The good news is that Joe Mixon is finally meeting expectations. He has proven over and over that he can lead the charge offensively.

    Cincinnati is 2-5 SU in its last seven games when playing at home against San Francisco.

  • Buffalo Bills


    Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3)

    Sunday, December 12th

    The Buffalo Bills (7-5) vs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-3) should be a great game. Buffalo needs to return to the winning column as soon as possible. They lost to the Patriots in Week 13 despite Mac Jones only threw three passes. Josh Allen threw 30 but couldn’t make the difference.

    Buffalo needs to find a reliable RB to take some pressure off Allen. Devin Singletary, Zack Moss, and Matt Breida haven’t met expectations. Regarding the receiver corps, they’re fine thanks to Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis, Emmanuel Sanders, Dawson Knox, and Cole Beasley.

    The Bills are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 games on the road.

    Tampa Bay scored 30+ points for the third straight week and beat the Falcons. That allowed them to increase their advantage atop the NFC South. Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski looked like the good ol’ days. Brady threw for 368 yards and four touchdowns. Gronk finished with 58 yards and two touchdowns.

    The Bucs have found a reliable RB in Leonard Fournette, so now they’re an even more dangerous team.

    Tampa Bay is 6-0 ATS in their last six games when playing at home against Buffalo.

  • Chicago Bears


    Green Bay Packers (-13)

    Sunday, December 12th

    The Chicago Bears (4-8) fought bravely against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 13, but still lost. Andy Dalton started once again and threw for 229 yards, two touchdowns, and four interceptions. They need Justin Fields back!

    The good news is that David Montgomery is looking better and better each week. He finished with 141 total yards and one touchdown against the Cardinals. Expect their game plan to rely on him from now on.

    Chicago is 0-5 SU in its last five games when playing on the road against the Green Bay Packers.

    The Packers will be coming back from their bye-week. Aaron Rodgers & Co. took advantage of it to work some things out. Not playing helped Aaron Jones to fully heal, meaning he’ll be more than ready to lead the charge again. Don’t sleep on AJ Dillon, though.

    Green Bay is comfortably sitting atop the NFC North thanks to a 9-3 record. They’re 5-0 ATS in their last five games at home.

  • Los Angeles Rams


    Arizona Cardinals (-3)

    Monday, December 13th

    Last but not least, the battle for the NFC West top spot. The Los Angeles Rams (8-4) regained some confidence by crushing the Jaguars in Week 13. Having Cooper Kupp, Odell Beckham Jr., and Tyler Higbee must be fun for Matthew Stafford.

    Sony Michel took over the backfield due to Darrel Henderson’s injury. He did a great job, finishing with 121 rushing yards and one touchdown. Expect him to be heavily involved once again.

    The Rams are 7-1-1 in their last nine games against the Arizona Cardinals.

    Speaking about the Cardinals, Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins are back. Murray threw for 123 yards and two touchdowns against the Bears in Week 13. He also ran for 59 yards and two more touchdowns. Hopkins finished the game with 32 yards and one touchdown.

    Both returned right on time, because winning this game could be crucial for them to win the NFC West title.

    The total has gone over in four of Arizona’s last six games played in December.

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