Get a jump on Week 14 NFL odds and lines ahead of time and four bets to make this weekend before odds begin to change during the week. Find the most updated NFL odds for Week 14 below.
Week 14 NFL Odds & Lines
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Early NFL Week 14 Bets to Place
Week 13 has a pretty loaded slate of games, but it’s not too early to take a close look at the Week 14 schedule around the NFL. Some of the early lines will move based on Week 13’s action, so there are a handful of bets worth locking in sooner than later.
Cincinnati Bengals (-3.5) vs. Cleveland Browns
The Bengals picked up a statement win over the Titans last weekend and have a real chance to assert themselves as Super Bowl contenders in Week 13. A win over the Chiefs would serve as proof Cincinnati has moved past its early season struggles and regained 2021 form. Can it happen?
Well, the Bengals beat Kansas City twice last season and will be getting Ja’Marr Chase back into the fold. With the game in Cincinnati, the chances of at least a very close game seem to be strong. That could be enough to extend the line on this home matchup with the Browns.
I don’t expect Deshaun Watson to look perfect in his season debut (though facing the Texans helps). The Bengals look like they’re capable of handing the Browns some revenge for an October loss, and the line could shift to reflect that.
Philadelphia (-6) vs. New York Giants
If the Giants play an ugly game against the Commanders this weekend – win or lose – it’s going to separate them even further from the 10-win Eagles.
Philadelphia might have some defensive concerns with Chauncey Gardner-Johnson out, but the win over the Packers demonstrated how difficult it is to stop Nick Sirianni’s offense. Between the dynamic running game and two excellent weapons in the passing game, the Giants’ defense is in for a challenge it hasn’t yet seen. Jordan Davis is also returning for the Eagles, giving them a Saquon Barkley stopper.
The Titans are a very similar team to the Giants. If the Eagles cruise to a win over Tennessee, there’s no reason this line won’t shift to a touchdown or more in Philadelphia’s favor.
Kansas City Chiefs (-7.5) vs. Denver Broncos
Here’s one to watch even if the Chiefs don’t win in Cincinnati. The Broncos look worse by the week, suffering a listless loss at the hands of Sam Darnold and the Panthers in Week 12. Frustration is clearly starting to boil over, as evidenced by a sideline confrontation between DL Mike Purcell and QB Russell Wilson. If the Chiefs play the way they have all season, it’ll only add to the idea that they’re several levels above the Broncos.
Denver, meanwhile, could be in for another quiet day against the Ravens. As tough as the Broncos’ defense is, the Chiefs are capable of winning in Denver by well over a touchdown. The line should reflect that closer to game time.
Miami Dolphins (-1) vs. Los Angeles Chargers
This is a major prove-it week for the Dolphins. Miami hasn’t stopped winning with Tua Tagovailoa, but the 49ers’ excellent defense is a new challenge. Mike McDaniel knows the defense well after he spent years on Kyle Shanahan’s coaching staff in San Francisco.
If Tagovailoa and the offense do what no team has done lately and shine against the 49ers’ defense, the narrative that the Dolphins are Super Bowl contenders will start to gain steam and this line will move. To this point, Miami looks several steps ahead of the Chargers.