NFL Week 14 odds: Making a case for each favorite
NFL Week 14 begins with the Bears VS the Cowboys on Thursday Night Football. We take a look at each favorite bet in NFL Week 14.
Dallas Cowboys (-3) at Chicago Bears
The Cowboys can’t be playing much worse, but now they get the luxury of Mitchell Trubisky. If there’s week to get going, this is it.
Baltimore Ravens (-6) at Buffalo Bills
Baltimore is the best team in football. That’s the only case you need.
Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons (-3)
After firing Ron Rivera, the Panthers effectively told their team the season is over. The Falcons are at home and have the much better quarterback.
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns (-8.5)
The Bengals have one win, and the Browns are clinging to playoff hopes.
Denver Broncos at Houston Texans (-9.5)
Drew Lock has no business beating Deshaun Watson in Houston. The Texans simply need to block and make a few plays, and they go to 9-4.
Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings (-13)
Minnesota is playing good football despite the loss to Seattle. Kirk Cousins and Co. should bounce back in a major way with the playoff chase in full swing.
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Indianapolis Colts at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3)
Indianapolis is without a litany of key players and the Buccaneers are quietly rolling a little bit behind a talented offense and revamped defense.
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets (-5.5)
If the Jets don’t come out furious after being blown out by the Bengals, there is no hope.
San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints (-2.5)
New Orleans is a brutal place for opposing teams to play. Additionally, the Saints had an extra three days to prepare. Tough spot for the Niners.
Washington Redskins at Green Bay Packers (-13)
The Packers know they need to win, and after winning two straight, the Redskins have hit their quota for the year.
Los Angeles Chargers (-3) at Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars just benched their quarterback, they have limited offensive talent. The Chargers are the much better team, even if they have identical 4-8 records.
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots (-3)
The Patriots rarely lose twice consecutively. They’ll be out to make a statement against the talented Chiefs.
Pittsburgh Steelers (-2.5) at Arizona Cardinals
Duck Hodges has some mojo, but it’s really about the defense. The Steelers are playing for the postseason, and the Cardinals haven’t won a single game this year against a good team.
Tennessee Titans (-3) at Oakland Raiders
Ryan Tannehill is on fire, and the Raiders have been outscored 74-12 over their last two games.
Seattle Seahawks (-1) at Los Angeles Rams
The Seahawks are 10-2 and trying to hold onto the NFC West lead. It won’t be easy, but Seattle might be the best team in football.
New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (-8.5)
The Eagles have been awful, but if the can’t beat the Giants, forget it.