NFL Week 14 odds: Making a case for each underdog
NFL Week 14 begins with the Chicago Bears VS the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday Night Football. We take a look at each underdog bet in NFL Week 14.
Dallas Cowboys (-3) at Chicago Bears
The Bears have the same record, aren’t about to fire their coach and are playing at home.
Baltimore Ravens (-6) at Buffalo Bills
Buffalo is 9-3 and just demolished the Cowboys on Thanksgiving. They also have an extra 72 hours to prepare and are playing in their building.
Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons (-3)
Carolina might be fired up after coach Ron Rivera was fired, dedicating the game to him. Or, just plain revenge after Atlanta handled the Panthers a few weeks ago.
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns (-8.5)
Cincinnati won last week, Andy Dalton is a capable quarterback and the Browns are a complete mess.
Denver Broncos at Houston Texans (-9.5)
The Broncos are 1-0 in the Drew Lock era. Perhaps he has a big game before teams start going to work on his film.
Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings (-13)
Any given Sunday? Tough case to make here.
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Indianapolis Colts at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3)
The Colts are still in the race and could get star running back Marlon Mack back. Plus, Jameis Winston could throw five interceptions.
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets (-5.5)
The Dolphins have been playing well lately, going 3-2 in their last five games. The Jets just lost to the previously 0-11 Bengals.
San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints (-2.5)
San Francisco has lost twice. Once on a field goal at the end of overtime, and the other on a field goal at regulation’s end. The 49ers are damn good.
Washington Redskins at Green Bay Packers (-13)
The Redskins have won two straight, and the Packers didn’t look very dominant against the Giants.
Los Angeles Chargers (-3) at Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars and Chargers are both 4-8, Gardner Minshew is starting and the game is in Jacksonville.
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots (-3)
The Chiefs are simply the better team right now. Patrick Mahomes and the offense are finally healthy, and the Patriots can’t score.
Pittsburgh Steelers (-2.5) at Arizona Cardinals
Kyler Murray is better than Duck Hodges. The Cardinals have a real shot to win outright in the desert.
Tennessee Titans (-3) at Oakland Raiders
This is the final stand for the Raiders. They know that a loss here ends any hope of making the playoffs in their final year in Oakland.
Seattle Seahawks (-1) at Los Angeles Rams
The Rams are desperate and at home. Also, they should have beat Seattle the first time these teams matched up.
New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (-8.5)
Eli Manning is better than Daniel Jones, and the Eagles are a disaster.