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NFL Week 14 schedule: 5 best games to watch

Taking a peek at the NFL Week 14 schedule, these five games are the ones you can’t afford to miss this weekend.

5. San Francisco 49ers (-1) at Cincinnati Bengals

Huge games between two playoff contenders. Two teams that have twice met in the Super Bowl (sorry, Cincy) aren’t quite dealing with those stakes, but each squad really needs to find a victory on Sunday. San Francisco and Cincinnati both lost last weekend and while each remains in their respective playoff pictures, the 49ers are a loss away from being under .500 while the Bengals would be looking at needing a slew of favorable tiebreakers.


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4. Dallas Cowboys (-4) at Washington Football Team

This is one of the league’s best rivalries, and this edition should be great. Washington looked finished at 2-6 entering its bye week, but a four-game winning streak suddenly has the Football Team appearing like a strong playoff contender. Washington is only two games back of the Cowboys in the NFC East, with this being the first of two matchups. If Dallas wins, the division is essentially over. If Washington wins, we have a race.

3. Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns (-2.5)

The AFC North remains wide open, and both the Ravens and Browns have plenty to gain on Sunday. For Baltimore, a win would make it 9-4 and finish off the Browns with a sweep for the season. For Cleveland, a victory means getting to 7-6 out of its bye week with an opportunity to catch up to the Ravens as we get deeper in December. The contest is more dire for the Browns, but Baltimore is fighting hard for the top seed in the AFC.


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2. Buffalo Bills at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3.5)

In most weeks, this would be the top game. While it seemed like a potential Super Bowl preview about a month ago, Buffalo has struggled. The Bills are now 7-5 but remain one of the league’s most potent teams, and is certainly capable of going on a prolonged run. As for the Buccaneers, their schedule is comically easy after this week, and a win would mean a real chance at 14-3 and home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.

1. Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals (-2.5)

Somehow, the Cardinals are still getting no respect. Despite crushing the Rams in Los Angeles in October and having a record two games better than them, Arizona isn’t getting even the standard three points as a home team. If the Cards prove themselves again, they’re 11-2 and the division is through. If the Rams find a way, they split the series and stay within a game of the NFC West lead.

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