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NFL Week 14 Odds: Moneylines, Spreads & Totals For Every Game

NFL Week 14 Odds: Moneylines, Spreads & Totals For Every Game
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There are perhaps 20 teams vying for 14 playoff berths as the 2021 NFL betting season enters Week 14. This could be an Elimination Sunday for many of them, and the NFL Week 14 odds at sportsbooks are intriguing, to say the least.

At least five teams could have their seasons flip one way – or the other.

Derek Carr and the Las Vegas Raiders head east to face Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in a huge AFC West matchup, with Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns return from their bye to face Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens for the second time in three weeks. A Browns loss and they’re likely looking to 2022. In the NFC, Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys can build an insurmountable lead if they can better the surging Washington Football Team.

There is also a battle for elite draft picks. While the winless Detroit Lions are in firm command of the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, the loser of the Seahawks at Texans game may have the inside track at No. 2. So much in the NFL Week 14 lines to consider when making your NFL picks. Let’s take a deeper look.

NFL Week 14 Odds

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@U.s. Bank Stadium - Minneapolis
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33%
@Firstenergy Stadium - Cleveland, OH
67%
67%
@Nissan Stadium - Nashville
33%
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@Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, NC
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@Fedexfield - Landover
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@Metlife Stadium - East Rutherford
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@Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City
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25%
@Paul Brown Stadium - Cincinnati
75%
50%
@Nrg Stadium - Houston
50%
83%
@Empower Field At Mile High - Denver
17%
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Thursday, Dec. 9

Pittsburgh Steelers at Minnesota Vikings, 8:20 p.m. ET

Take a look at Vikings vs Steelers odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

It’s a big game for both Pittsburgh and Minnesota as outsiders looking to keep up for a chance at a playoff berth. The Steelers rank in the bottom 10 in both total offense and total defense but have won the close games. They’re 5-1-1 in games decided by eight points or less, yet 0-4 in those by nine or more.

Speaking of close games, 10 of the Vikings’ 11 games have been decided by eight points or less. They must forge on without workhorse RB Dalvin Cook, but Minnesota is 2-0 without Cook this season and is averaging nearly 75 more yards per game in those instances.

Sunday, Dec. 12

Dallas Cowboys at Washington Football Team, 1 p.m. ET

Take a look at Cowboys vs Washington odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones vowed to incorporate more Ezekiel Elliott into the offense, which after a rushing letdown in a loss to the Raiders. Based on previous games, it makes sense: Dallas is 6-0 when Zeke and fellow RB Tony Pollard combine for at least 85 yards, and 1-4 when they don’t.

Washington is playing its way back into the playoff mix, winning three in a row following a rough 2-6 start. Taylor Heinicke’s ability to make plays without turning the ball over has been the difference. The QB has 10 TDs and two INT in Washington’s five wins, compared to six TDs and eight INTs in six losses. Washington swept Dallas last year, outscoring the Cowboys 66-19.

Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs, 1 p.m. ET

Take a look at Chiefs vs Raiders odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

The Raiders needed Derek Carr to rebound, and he did just that last week, passing for 373 yards in a huge OT win over the Cowboys. While QBs are important to every team, there is a clear path to Las Vegas success, and it’s Carr being prolific. The Raiders are 6-0 when he passes for over 300 yards, and 0-5 when he doesn’t. The Chiefs are only 2-4 vs. AFC teams this season.

The Chiefs tallied 516 yards of offense and stomped the Raiders 41-14 in Vegas on Nov. 14, the third game of their impressive four-game win streak. While the offense has been hit-or-miss, the defense hasn’t allowed over 17 points during the streak. They’ve taken seven of eight over the rival Raiders, but the last three games have been shootouts each totaling 55-plus points.

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Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m. ET

Take a look at Jaguars vs Titans odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

Jacksonville has outgained four of its last seven opponents but lost all four of those games by an average of 13.8 ppg. Turnovers have been the Jaguars’ undoing. They’ve given the ball away in all but one game so far, which forcing just three opponents to do the same.

Tennessee has beaten Jacksonville in eight of the last nine meetings, including a 37-19 decision in Florida on Oct. 10. That said, Derrick Henry rushed for 130 yards and three TDs. He’s out for the season and the Titans offense has struggled since, scoring just 13 points each of the last two games.

Seattle Seahawks at Houston Texans, 1 p.m. ET

Take a look at Texans vs Seahawks odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

The wheels have come off in Seattle, with just one win the last two months. The offense has scored just 25 points the last three games while the defense allows more yards than any other. Russell Wilson has averaged 288 yards vs. Houston over his career, so perhaps this is where the season turns back.

Since scoring 37 points in Week 1, the Texans have scored in double figures in just five of 10 games. They sit at the bottom of the NFL in yards per game and only once in the last six weeks have they had over 325 total yards – they lost that game 31-3. Houston does rank 19th vs. the pass, a key strength vs. the potential weaponry of the Seahawks.

New Orleans Saints at New York Jets, 1 p.m. ET

Take a look at Saints vs Jets odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

Taysom Hill is in at QB for Trevor Siemian, who couldn’t deliver a win in four starts. Hill has three “normal” QB starts, all last year, and in each he passed for at least 230 yards and had two total TDs. If Hill, Alvin Kamara and the offense can hold up its end of the bargain, the Saints defense ranks No. 3 vs. the run and can get turnovers against a Jets team that has at least one in every game.

Zach Wilson returned to the lineup in Week 12 vs. the Texans, and the Jets pulled out a 21-14 win. Their three victories surpass the two the team had all of last season. The defense allows 317 ypg in victories and 424 in defeats.

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Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers, 1 p.m. ET

Take a look at Falcons vs Panthers odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

The Falcons managed only six points the two previous weeks before scoring 21 in a victory over the Jaguars in Week 12. They’re 4-2 when scoring a modest 21 points, 1-4 when they don’t. Carolina has allowed at least 21 points in seven of its last nine games and lost each of them.

The Cam Newton honeymoon is over in Carolina, dropping both games since his return to the franchise. The Panthers hope the bye week can straight out some issues, namely a defense that’s allowed 30 ppg in those games been held to under 300 yards in each. Carolina did just edge Atlanta 19-13 on Halloween.

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns, 1 p.m. ET

Take a look at Ravens vs Browns odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

Running the ball and stopping the run has been the pathway to success for the AFC North-leading Ravens. That matches up well with the strengths of the Browns, who are winless when gaining under 150 rushing yards. Lamar Jackson is averaging 181 pass yards and 78 rush yards in seven career games vs. Cleveland, five of them wins.

Cleveland comes off its bye week facing the team it lost to the week before the bye. The offense managed 241 yards, the second-lowest total of the year. Baker Mayfield passed for 222 yards, but that isn’t a good thing, either. The Browns are 0-5 when Mayfield passes for 210 or more yards, and 6-1 when he’s under that mark.

San Francisco 49ers at Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m. ET

Take a look at Bengals vs 49ers odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

Deebo Samuel has become the reverse-Christian McCaffrey, a WR who can also run with brutal effectiveness. Over the last three games, Samuel has rushed 19 times for 181 yards and four TDs, all while going over the 1,000-yard receiving milestone. The offense has responded, scoring 30-34 points in three straight games, while the defense ranks sixth in yards allowed.

We know about Joe Burrow and his connection with rookie WR Ja’Marr Chase, but Joe Mixon’s resurgence as a reliable RB has been the difference lately. Cincinnati is a perfect 5-0 on the year when he gains over 70 yards, and he’s put up 123 and 165 the last two weekends, with two TDs in each. Teams are 5-3 vs. the 49ers when they can gain at least 70 yards rushing against them.

New York Giants at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. ET

Take a look at Chargers vs Giants odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

The Giants couldn’t move the ball much, but they also didn’t turn it over while forcing four Eagles turnovers in a 13-6 home win. New York is 3-4 in its last seven games, and while the offense remains inconsistent at best with Saquon Barkley back in the fold, the defense has stepped up in wins, allowing just 8.6 ppg in those games compared to a whopping 33 ppg in the losses.

The more the Chargers pass, the better their prospects have been. They’re 5-1 when QB Justin Herbert throws two TDs or more, 1-4 when he doesn’t, and 5-2 when he goes for 280-plus pass yards, 1-3 when he doesn’t. The Giants have allowed 286 pass yards three times, losing all three, and 1.6 TD passes per game.

Detroit Lions at Denver Broncos, 4:05 p.m. ET

Take a look at Broncos vs Lions odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

Detroit still doesn’t have a win, but it’s playing much better lately, especially on defense. The last three games, the Lions are 0-2-1 and been outscored just 45-40. The Lions have been held to 250 yards or less in three of the last four weeks and must figure things out without top playmaking RB D’Andre Swift for this game.

Teddy Bridgewater has just three TDs in the last four games for Denver, but he also doesn’t have an interception, and the turnovers have been the key as the Broncos have won three of four to shake off a four-game losing streak. Denver ranks top 10 defensively vs. both the run and the pass.

Buffalo Bills at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 4:25 p.m. ET

Take a look at Bills vs Buccaneers odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

The Bills either show up or they don’t. All seven of their wins have been by double figures, but their four losses include a 26-point drubbing by the Colts and a dud vs. the hapless Jaguars. Statistically, no team is as dominant as Buffalo, which ranks No. 2 in scoring and in points allowed.

Tampa Bay is 3-1 against teams with winning records, the lone loss to a different Rams team in Week 3. Buffalo has played just four games vs. teams at .500 or better and won just one of them. But do you know who is exceptional vs. the Bills in his career? Mr. Tom Brady, the NFL’s leader in passing yards and TDs, is an astonishing 32-3 all-time vs. his former AFC East rival, and in one of those L’s he was injured midway through.

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers, 8:20 p.m. ET

Take a look at Bears vs Packers odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

The Bears are 2-1 when Andy Dalton starts and 2-6 when rookie Justin Fields is under center. Each has four TDs, but the INTs are a different story, two for Dalton and eight for Fields. The Bears have actually outgained each of their last three opponents thanks to a Bears D that allowed under 300 yards in each. Aaron Rodgers managed just 169 pass yards on Oct. 17, though the Packers still won the game 24-14.

The Packers own the No. 2 seed in the NFC as they come off their bye week to face a team they’ve dominated over the last 30 years. Rodgers is 21-5 all-time vs. Chicago with 57 TDs and just 10 INTs. The last three games he has 10 TDs and no picks. This is the sixth time in six seasons the Packers and Bears have faced off in prime time; Green Bay has won the previous five. The Sunday night clash of legendary rivals is the largest of the NFL Week 14 odds at sportsbooks, including at Caesars Sportsbook, where the Caesars Sportsbook promo code gives new bettors a first-bet match of up to $1,001.

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Monday, Dec. 13

Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals, 8:15 p.m. ET

Take a look at Cardinals vs Rams odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

Turnovers have crushed the Rams’ chances, with seven of them in the last three games, including three pick-6 INTs. The Rams are 0-4 when they lose the turnover battle and 7-0 when they don’t. They’re also a perfect 6-0 against sub-.500 opponents, but only 2-4 vs. winning teams, including four straight defeats.

The Cardinals enter the stretch run of the season with the NFL’s best record through 12 weeks. They rank top-five in both points scored and points allowed. The only known way to challenge them is by shutting down the offense. Arizona is 8-0 when accumulating over 350 yards of offense – but it posted a season-high 465 vs. these Rams in Week 7, a 37-20 win in L.A.

Teams on Bye Week: Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles

Opening NFL Week 14 Odds vs Current Spreads

How have the Week 14 NFL odds changed on betting apps since they were released? Here are the opening and current NFL Week 14 betting lines via DraftKings Sportsbook.

Game matchupOpening SpreadCurrent Spread
Pittsburgh Steelers at Minnesota VikingsVikings -4Vikings -4
Dallas Cowboys at Washington Football TeamCowboys -4.5Cowboys -4.5
San Francisco 49ers at Cincinnati BengalsBengals -2Bengals -2
Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee TitansTitans -9Titans -9
Seattle Seahawks at Houston TexansSeahawks -6.5Seahawks -6.5
Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City ChiefsChiefs -10Chiefs -10
New Orleans Saints at New York JetsSaints -6.5Saints -6.5
Atlanta Falcons at Carolina PanthersPanthers -3Panthers -3
Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland BrownsRavens -1Ravens -1
New York Giants at Los Angeles ChargersChargers -7.5Chargers -7.5
Detroit Lions at Denver BroncosBroncos -8Broncos -8
Buffalo Bills at Tampa Bay BuccaneersBuccaneers -3Buccaneers -3
Chicago Bears at Green Bay PackersPackers -11.5Packers -11.5
Los Angeles Rams at Arizona CardinalsCardinals -2.5Cardinals -2.5
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About the Author

Adam Thompson for Bookies.com
Adam Thompson
NFL writer and expert Adam Thompson joined Bookies.com in 2019 after a successful run as senior handicapper for SportsLine and CBSSports.com.