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NFL Week 14 2022: A case for each favorite

The NFL Week 14 odds are here, and we make a case for why each favorite will both cover and win their games outright.

Las Vegas Raiders (-6) at Los Angeles Rams

The Rams are completely finished. Las Vegas is 5-7 but starting to play better an has an outside shot at the postseason.

New York Jets at Buffalo Bills (-9)

Buffalo is looking for revenge on the Jets, who beat them in the Meadowlands last month. Mike White is no match for Josh Allen.

Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals (-6)

The Browns have owned the Bengals each of the past five matchups, but Cincinnati is rolling and fighting for the AFC North title.

Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys (-17)

Have you seen the Texans? The line couldn’t be high enough.

Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions (-1)

The Lions are playing much better football over the past month, and there’s a chance they can still push for th playoffs. Wild times in Detroit.

 

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Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans (-3.5)

Why is the line so low? The Titans are going to win the AFC South and the Jaguars just finished getting blown out by the Lions.

Philadelphia Eagles (-7) at New York Giants

The Eagles are 11-1 and the league’s best team, while the Giants are 0-2-1 in their last three games. Tough to see New York making enough explosive plays.

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers (-3)

Without Lamar Jackson, the Ravens are a shell of an offense with a leaky defense. Not a great combination against a tough Steelers team.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers (-3.5)

Even without Jimmy Garoppolo, the Niners have an elite group of weapons and the best defense in football.

 

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Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks (-3.5)

The Seahawks are a much better team than Carolina, and have much more to play for. Expect Geno Smith to have a big day.

Kansas City Chiefs (-9) at Denver Broncos

If the Chiefs can’t rebound after that miserable loss to the Bengals and simply pound the Broncos, there’s a problem.

Miami Dolphins (-3) at Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles hasn’t been able to stop anybody, and Miami has an offense that can score from anywhere at any time.

New England Patriots (-1) at Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals are a mess. Bill Belichick isn’t losing his season to an Arizona team.

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