Get a jump on NFL Week 14 odds & lookahead lines, along with four bets to place before lines begin to move for next week. Find updated NFL Week 14 odds below.
Week 14 NFL Odds & Lines
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The Seahawks and Cowboys started Week 13 off with a bang, putting up a combined 76 points on Thursday Night Football. Could Sunday bring more thrillers and set the stage for some line movement ahead of Week 14?
Let’s take a look at the early Week 14 odds and which bets to place early.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Moneyline (+107) vs. Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons rebuilt some value in Week 12 with an excellent defensive performance and more involvement for Bijan Robinson. Desmond Ridder made some mistakes in the process, but Atlanta survived them. Could Ridder be in for a tougher day this Sunday?
He’s 1-3 on the road this season, with the offense scoring seven points or fewer in two of those games. Atlanta is 1-4 on the road overall, and facing a tough Jets defense that might be energized by Aaron Rodgers’ return to practice could be a challenge.
The Falcons are rightfully favored against New York. Thanks to the Jets’ offensive issues, they can win even without a strong day from Ridder. But, if the Falcons get into a slog on the road with a team everyone knows has an incompetent offense, it could absolutely hurt Atlanta’s outlook going into a matchup with a Buccaneers team that should get back on track against the Panthers this weekend.
Green Bay Packers (-5.5) vs. New York Giants
There would be more potential for line movement if the Giants were playing in Week 13, but it’s time to get serious about New York. They own the Commanders, they can squeak by the Patriots, but they remain one of the NFL’s worst teams with a dismal offense. As the Packers continue to surge, Green Bay should be favored by about a touchdown even in a road matchup.
Jordan Love has looked much improved after a midseason slide, and the resurgence of Christian Watson in recent weeks has helped transform the offense. With the way the Chiefs have struggled to string together a strong 60 minutes of football in recent weeks, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Love and the Packers hang with them at Lambeau Field.
Even a tight battle with the AFC favorites could improve Green Bay’s outlook and remind oddsmakers that the Packers should be heavier favorites than they are. Either way, it’s hard to see any scenario in which this line narrows.
Dallas Cowboys (-2.5) vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Line movement will be limited because the Cowboys have already played, but this is a solid early spot to go with the Cowboys before it shifts to a field goal or a bit more.
The Eagles have rolled right through the regular season over the last two years, but the Cowboys got to their defense last season at AT&T Stadium and look like they have the best offense in football right now. Dak Prescott’s outlook has never been higher, and Dallas has scored 33+ points in five of its last six games. The Cowboys also played the Eagles closely in Philadelphia, where the 49ers are looking for a win this weekend.
With questions about the Eagles’ slow offensive starts and the 49ers firing on all cylinders with virtually the entire offense healthy, this could be a vulnerable Sunday for Philadelphia. If so, look for this line to potentially shift to Dallas by a field goal or more at home.
Jacksonville Jaguars (-3) vs. Cleveland Browns
At the end of the day, you need a quarterback. The Browns have survived this long through QB injuries and subpar play, but the losses hurt them in Denver last week and could hurt them again this weekend in Los Angeles.
Joe Flacco is set to get the start against the Rams despite being 1-10 in his last 11 starts and having limited time to get familiar with the offense. Scoring won’t come easily for Los Angeles, but after Matthew Stafford threw four touchdowns last week, he should be able to match Russell Wilson’s performance against the Browns and do just enough to out-gun a sluggish offense. If that’s the case, the Jaguars should become heavier favorites here.
Trevor Lawrence, coming off a strong showing in Houston, is several steps ahead of any Browns QB (Dorian Thompson-Robinson is expected to be ready by Week 14), and Jacksonville should take care of business against a Burrow-less Bengals team in primetime this week. The Jaguars could settle in as 4 or 5-point favorites even with the prowess of the Browns’ defense.