- There are seven divisional games across the Week 14 slate.
- This is the second week in a row where half of the games are between divisional opponents.
LAS VEGAS – Seven of the 14 games on the Week 14 schedule consist of two teams in the same division. The division standings will likely see some major changes following the conclusion of the week.
Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Las Vegas Raiders
The Kansas City Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders are in one of the closest divisions in the league. All four teams in the AFC West have a .500 or better record which makes this game important for playoff purposes. NFL betting sites favor the home team.
Chiefs vs Raiders Spread Odds
- Las Vegas Raiders +9.5 -110
- Kansas City Chiefs -9.5 -110
Kansas City has covered the spread in each of the last three weeks while the Raiders have done so just once in the last five games. The Chiefs seem to be back and could continue their run on Sunday.
Atlanta Falcons Vs. Carolina Panthers
The Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers are both 5-7 on the season but there’s a fair case to make that one team is far better than the other. The Panthers could be among the best bets of the week.
Panthers vs Falcons Spread Odds
- Atlanta Falcons +3.0 -110
- Carolina Panthers -3.0 -110
Despite having the same record, Carolina has a better point differential by 99 points. Plus, the Panthers are undefeated in the division while Atlanta is 1-3 against divisional opponents.
Baltimore Ravens Vs. Cleveland Browns
The Cleveland Browns will play the Baltimore Ravens for the second time in a row on Sunday as they faced them prior to their BYE week. Although Baltimore won the first meeting, those betting on the NFL will find a different expected result.
Browns vs Ravens Spread Odds
- Baltimore Ravens +2.5 -110
- Cleveland Browns -2.5 -110
Considering the two just played, the Ravens will likely be among the most popular underdog picks of the week and maybe for good reason since Lamar Jackson is 5-2 in his career against Cleveland.
Dallas Cowboys Vs. Washington Football Team
The Dallas Cowboys started the season 7-0 ATS but have since gone just 2-3. However, their line seems easily obtainable against the Washington Football Team In Week 14.
Cowboys vs Football Team Spread Odds
- Dallas Cowboys -4.0 -110
- Washington Football Team +4.0 -110
Dak Prescott has a 7-1 record against Washington in his career and has combined for 13 touchdowns and just one interception. Expect a big game from him and the team.
Jacksonville Jaguars Vs. Tennessee Titans
The Jacksonville Jaguars are winless on the road this year with an 0-5 record and are given long odds to get their first win against the Tennessee Titans this weekend.
Jaguars vs Titans Spread Odds
- Jacksonville Jaguars +9.0 -110
- Tennessee Titans -9.0 -110
The Jaguars are one of three teams without a division win this year and will likely remain as so for at least one more week.
Chicago Bears Vs. Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers have been the best bet in the NFL this season with a 10-2 record against the spread. They’ll have a large number to cover on Sunday night in their game against the Chicago Bears.
Bears vs Packers Spread Odds
- Chicago Bears +12.5 -110
- Green Bay Packers -12.5 -110
The Bears have covered just one spread in the last seven weeks which has either inflated this line too much or rightfully adjusted it. The individual bettor will need to determine which side is true.
Los Angeles Rams Vs. Arizona Cardinals
The Week 14 slate will be concluded on Monday night with a battle between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals are putting their undefeated 4-0 divisional record on the line and are expected to maintain it into Week 15.
Rams vs Cardinals Spread Odds
- Los Angeles Rams +3.0 -120
- Arizona Cardinals -3.0 EVEN
Arizona is 9-3 ATS this year, second-best in the NFL while the LA Rams are just 5-7 ATS after failing to cover in five of the last six weeks.
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