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NFL Week 14 odds: Making a case for each favorite

Diving into the NFL Week 14 odds, which favorites are then best bets? We make a case for each of them to win and cover their spreads.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Minnesota Vikings (-3)

The Vikings are the most unpredictable team in football, so losing to the previously winless Lions almost ensures a blowout win this weekend.

Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers (-2.5)

Carolina is at home and off a bye, playing a team with less talent. The big key is Cam Newton simply being solid under center.

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns (-2.5)

The Browns are also at home and off their bye. Cleveland should have the healthiest version of Baker Mayfield we’ve seen in some time.

Dallas Cowboys (-4) at Washington Football Team

Dallas might be on the road, but it’ll have plenty of support as usual. Plus, the Cowboys are the better team with superior talent on both sides of the ball.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans (-9)

Urban Meyer is involved, and the Titans are also at home and off their bye week.

Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs (-9.5)

The Chiefs have won five straight, including a 41-14 triumph over the Raiders. Meanwhile, Las Vegas is 1-4 over that same span, and Derek Carr has only won once in his career at Arrowhead.


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New Orleans Saints (-5) at New York Jets

The Saints are in a tailspin, but the Jets have been in a tailspin for the better part of 20 years.

Seattle Seahawks (-7.5) at Houston Texans

The Seahawks are trying to keep any pulse alive for a playoff berth, and Houston is the perfect team to do so against.

Detroit Lions at Denver Broncos (-7.5)

The Lions barely won once. Anybody picking them to win twice, or even cover what is a surprisingly small spread, has some guts.

New York Giants at Los Angeles Chargers (-10.5)

Jake Fromm is not going to stay within 11 points of Justin Herbert.


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Buffalo Bills at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3.5)

Buffalo is coming into Tampa Bay on a short week after a very tough, physical, demoralizing loss. Tough spot for the Bills against Tom Brady and Co.

San Francisco 49ers at Cincinnati Bengals (-1)

Both teams are coming off tough losses, but the Bengals are at home with the better quarterback. The main thing here is Joe Burrow being healthy.

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers (-12.5)

Have you seen the Bears attempt to play football this season?

Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals (-2.5)

The Cardinals have beaten a litany of good teams this season, including the Rams. Los Angeles hasn’t done anything against good competition since Week 3.

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