NFL Week 14 Odds: Spreads, Moneylines And Over Unders For Each Game

Written By Juan Carlos Blanco on December 11, 2022
NFL Week 14 odds

Early December play in the NFL will feature several key division rivalry games that should go a long way in determining the final playoff picture in each conference. Several divisional clashes stand out when looking at NFL Week 14 odds including the Jets +9.5 at the Bills -9.5, the Browns +5 at the Bengals -5, the Vikings +2.5 at the Lions -2.5 and the Eagles -7.5 at the Giants +7.5. Here we will show bettors how they can compare odds from different sportsbooks and we will deliver betting information on all of the games.

NFL Week 14 odds

View NFL Week 14 odds from legal online sportsbooks below. Check out point spread prices as well as moneyline and totals betting options.

NFL Week 14 betting lines

Here are the betting lines for this week’s NFL games. The odds shown below next to each team name are the best available.

Las Vegas Raiders at LA Rams +6

This lined up as a push until Baker Mayfield orchestrated a stunning 98-yard TD drive to give the Rams a 17-16 victory. The Raiders are 6-7 against the spread this season while the Rams are 4-7-2.

New York Jets at Buffalo Bills

The Jets went into Minnesota and gave the Vikings all they could handle in Mike White’s second start, but they came up just short 27-22. The Bills kicked off last week’s slate with a solid 24-10 win in the road against the Patriots. 

The Jets had plenty of positives to take from Sunday’s loss, including the ongoing strong play of rookie running back Zonovan Knight, who gained 90 yards on 15 carries and also recorded five receptions. White also went over 300 yards again in the loss and continued his chemistry with Garrett Wilson in addition to incorporating Corey Davis after a few down weeks for the veteran wideout. The matchup against the Bills is a rematch of New York’s Week 9 upset victory, but Gang Green will have the advantage of White being a largely unfamiliar commodity to Buffalo since Zach Wilson was still under center for that contest. 

The Bills have beaten the Browns, Lions and Patriots after the loss to the Jets and a subsequent overtime stumble against the Vikings, but some questions linger about Josh Allen’s elbow health. Additionally, Allen and his offensive teammates will need to find a solution to a matchup that proved very tricky the first time around, as the Jets were able to hold the prolific passer to just over 200 yards through the air and no touchdowns while also picking him off twice.

The Bills are expansive 9.5-point favorites in NFL Week 14 odds as the week begins. 

Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals

The Browns welcomed Deshaun Watson back into action Sunday against the Texans, a game in which they scored three non-offensive touchdowns via a punt return, fumble return and pick-six. The Bengals got the best of the Chiefs yet again, notching a 27-24 victory over Kansas City in a game that marked Ja’Marr Chase’s return from his hip injury. 

The Browns’ first game with Watson at the helm was far from a memorable performance, but the multi-time Pro Bowler should naturally only get sharper the more rust he knocks off. However, this will be a tough matchup to do that in, considering the Bengals are allowing just 193.4 passing yards per home game and the weather also figures to play in their favor. 

The Bengals will hope to have Joe Mixon back from his concussion for this game, but Samaje Perine has already demonstrated he can fill in capably when necessary. Chase’s return was critical to Cincy’s win Sunday, with his 7-97 line complemented by his dangerous presence, which naturally helps draw plenty of defensive attention. The Browns have sprung a good amount of leaks against both the run and pass when facing talented offenses this season, leaving Cleveland in a dangerous position during this divisional clash.

Even with Watson’s presence, the Bengals are comfortable six-point home favorites in NFL Week 14 odds.

Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys

The Texans fought hard for a significant chunk of Sunday’s reunion with Deshaun Watson, but they ultimately fell to the Browns, 27-14. The Cowboys struggled for a half-plus with the Colts on Sunday night before pulling away while delivering a 54-19 walloping.  

Kyle Allen was fighting even more of an uphill battle Sunday with Brandin Cooks sitting out, but he still fought through to throw for 201 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions. Rookie running back Dameon Pierce also enjoyed a resurgent performance with 95 total yards, and he could certainly have plenty of work as long as game script allows against a Cowboys defense that is the best in the league at getting after the quarterback but is giving up 133.7 rushing yards per home game.

The Cowboys let the running game and defense do a lot of the heavy lifting Sunday night in a matchup that favored the run, and the same could certainly hold true again in this game. The Texans are allowing an AFC-high 164.5 rushing yards per road game. Tony Pollard and Ezekiel Elliott have already proven capable of both thriving in contests where the ground attack is leaned heavily on, so head coach Mike McCarthy could certainly opt to utilize that approach.

Given the disparity between the two clubs, Dallas is unsurprisingly a massive 17-point home favorite in NFL Week 14 odds.

Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions

The Vikings were able to hold off a feisty Jets squad on Sunday, squeaking out a 27-22 win at home despite allowing over 300 yards to Mike White. The Lions continued their impressive stretch with a 40-14 rout of the Jaguars at home, a game that may have marked Jared Goff’s best all-around performance of the season.

Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson couldn’t quite enjoy their usual level of success against a stingy Jets secondary, but Sunday’s matchup shapes up in a completely different manner. The veteran quarterback threw for 260 yards and two touchdowns in Minnesota’s 28-24 win over Detroit in Week 3, and the Lions are allowing 275.3 passing yards per home game. Then, Detroit is also yielding 144.4 rushing yards per Ford Field contest, so the chance to run a very balanced attack with Dalvin Cook and Alexander Mattison making big contributions should be there. 

Goff is arguably in his best multi-game stretch as Lions quarterback yet, as he’s thrown for 981 yards with five touchdowns and no interceptions over his last four games while completing just under 70.0 percent of his throws. Goff threw for an impressive 277 yards and a touchdown versus Minnesota in Week 3 and now has a healthy group of weapons that even includes rookie Jameson Williams, who made his debut in Week 13 with a modest eight snaps.

In a testament to how much improvement Detroit has shown, the Lions are actually up to 1.5-point home favorites in NFL Week 14 odds as the week begins. 

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans

A week after a rousing upset win over the Ravens, the Jaguars experienced some significant regression in a 40-14 loss to the Lions on the road in Week 13. The Titans also had an unpleasant Sunday, taking a 35-10 loss to the Eagles on the road. 

Trevor Lawrence avoided what looked to be a major lower-leg injury on a late-first-half sack in Sunday’s loss – pending the results of a Monday MRI on his foot — but his sub-200-yard passing day certainly played a part in Jacksonville’s forgettable performance. The second-year signal-caller now faces a Titans defense that’s been much better at home against the pass, although he’ll have hopes of Travis Etienne keeping them honest – Tennessee is giving up 114.4 rushing yards per home contest, a significant bump over the 60.7 they allow per road game.

The Titans have some regrouping to do after Sunday’s 25-point loss, but both the setting and matchup in this Week 14 clash favor a resurgence. Tennessee typically thrives in front of its home crowd and gets a crack at a Jaguars defense that’s allowing 295.6 passing yards per road game. That bodes well for Ryan Tannehill and his pass catchers, especially if Treylon Burks can clear concussion protocol after sustaining the head injury during his only catch Sunday, a 25-yard touchdown grab.

Despite their underwhelming Week 13 outcome, the Jaguars are only 3.5-point road underdogs in NFL Week 14 odds to start the week. 

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

The Eagles rolled to their 11th win Sunday in a home thumping of the Titans, 35-10. The Giants blew a lead and then couldn’t break away in overtime against the Commanders, leading to a 20-20 tie at MetLife Stadium.  

Jalen Hurts, A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith were all clicking Sunday against Tennessee, with head coach Nick Sirianni smartly going with a pass-heavy approach against a Titans defense that had been nearly impossible to run against on the road. That said, a different approach may well be the way to go in this matchup, although the Giants have been a bit more vulnerable to the pass lately with cornerback Adoree’ Jackson (knee) sidelined. However, this could be a heavier workload day for Miles Sanders, as New York surrenders 158.3 rushing yards per home contest.

The Giants once again were forced to get by with a very short-handed receiving corps in Week 13, and that doesn’t figure to change much for this matchup. That may be just as well, as New York’s best chance at consistent offensive success figures to come on the ground against the rejuvenated Saquon Barkley, who the Eagles have yet to get a close-up look at this season. Philly is allowing 131.8 rushing yards per road contest, so a heavy dose of Barkley wouldn’t surprise in this scenario.

Despite the tough road environment and the divisional opponent, the Eagles are up to a touchdown road favorite in NFL Week 14 odds.

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

The Ravens were able to squeak out 10-9 win over the Broncos on Sunday, but it came on a game-winning rushing touchdown by Tyler Huntley, who had to take over for an injured Lamar Jackson (knee). The Steelers were able to record their third win in the last four games with a 19-16 victory over the Falcons.  

Jackson is considered “week-to-week” at this point by head coach John Harbaugh, and his status for this contest may well be kept a secret until close to kickoff in a bit of gamesmanship. Huntley has certainly proven capable of keeping the train on track during his opportunities over the last season-plus, but there’s naturally no denying the drop-off between him and Jackson. The Steelers defense appears to be gaining confidence as well with T.J. Watt back in the fold, which could make matters all the more difficult.

Kenny Pickett is also making strides on the other side of the ball for Pittsburgh and has now gone four straight games without an interception. While he clearly seems to be managed pretty carefully in terms of how much access he has to the playbook, he’s facing a Baltimore team that’s actually been attackable through the air on the road while surrendering 258 passing yards contest in that split. 

With Jackson’s status trending firmly downward as the week begins, the surging Steelers are up to three-point home favorites in NFL Week 14 odds.

Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

The Chiefs fell to the Bengals in one of the best games of the slate Week 13, dropping a 27-24 decision in Cincinnati. The Broncos endured yet another low-scoring loss, falling to the Ravens by a 10-9 score.  

The Chiefs were able to put together another competent offensive performance against the Bengals despite the tough road environment, but Cincinnati did an impressive job containing Travis Kelce, helping lead to the victory. KC’s passing game could face another stiff challenge in this matchup, as the Broncos are allowing just 187.2 passing yards per home game and aren’t much more giving on the ground with 107.6 rushing yards per contest surrendered at Empower Field.  

The Broncos’ offense is likely a lost cause as far as 2022 is concerned, with Russell Wilson failing to reach even the 200-yard mark through the air for the fourth time this season Sunday. Wilson began the game with Jerry Jeudy back in action from his ankle injury, but before the first half had concluded, he’d lost Courtland Sutton to a hamstring issue that has him day-to-day for the time being. Consequently, the air attack may still be largely ineffective against a KC defense that’s given up 266.8 passing yards per road contest.

Even with Denver being a tough place to play, the Chiefs are still comfortable nine-point road favorites as the week begins. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers

The Buccaneers take the field Monday night at home against the Saints to close out the Week 13 slate. The 49ers impressively knocked off the Miami Dolphins by a 33-17 score in Week 13 but lost Jimmy Garoppolo for the season with a foot injury, leaving rookie Brock Purdy as the only healthy option at the moment.  

The Bucs will be trying to improve on an ugly 5-6 record Monday and will have Leonard Fournette back from his hip injury versus New Orleans. With Russell Gage also available to Tom Brady, Tampa Bay will have its healthiest offensive attack in weeks and will hope that holds going into this game against a 49ers defense that’s been a tall order for most teams and will be able to put plenty of heat on Brady.

The Niners will almost certainly have to roll with Purdy for this game even if they sign a veteran for reinforcement purposes this week, which will make for an interesting gameplan for Kyle Shanahan. The Bucs defense certainly hasn’t been of the same caliber as prior seasons, especially against the run, so a very heavy dose of Christian McCaffrey versus a team he knows very well from his NFC South days is a virtual given in this matchup.

The 49ers are just 3.5-point home favorites as the week begins due to the uncertainty regarding the team’s quarterback situation. 

Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks

The Panthers were off in Week 13 after posting their fourth win in Week 12, a 23-10 victory over the Broncos. The Seahawks got more than they bargained for versus the short-handed Rams but were able to prevail by a 27-23 score. 

Panthers interim head coach Steve Wilks appears to have been quite the find for the moment in what is his second go-around at the helm of an NFL team, as he’s seemingly pushed all the right buttons with his players, even when matters have gone off the rails. D’Onta Foreman, rested off the bye week, figures to have a significant role in this matchup versus a porous Seahawks run defense as Sam Darnold continues to be managed carefully in what will be his second game as a starter.

Seattle had the Geno Smith-DK Metcalf-Tyler Lockett connection kicked into high gear during Sunday’s comeback win, with Smith throwing for a career-best 367 yards and 255 of those, along with a pair of TDs, going to his star wideout duo. The matchup versus Carolina tilts much more toward the ground, however, but Kenneth Walker’s ankle strain, which knocked him out of Sunday’s game early, could leave Seattle’s ground attack short-handed for this game.

With Carolina enjoying a rest advantage and playing better as of late, the Seahawks are just 3.5-point home favorites in NFL Week 14 odds as the week begins.

Miami Dolphins at Los Angeles Chargers

The Dolphins got a bit of a humbling out west in Week 13, as they dropped a 33-17 decision to the 49ers despite San Fran losing Jimmy Garoppolo to a foot injury in the first quarter. The Chargers had a disappointing Sunday as well, dropping a 27-20 decision to the Raiders. 

Miami’s vaunting passing game was looking like it was on its way to a big day when Tua Tagovailoa hit Trent Sherfield for a 75-yard touchdown on the Dolphins’ first offensive play Sunday, but there wasn’t a lot of sustained success thereafter despite some splash plays on the part of Tyreek Hill. Tagovailoa also suffered an ankle injury late in the game but has downplayed it as minor. The air attack draws a tough matchup on paper again in this primetime clash, but the Bolts secondary was exposed by Davante Adams to the tune of an 8-177-2 line on 12 targets. Meanwhile, the L.A. defense has allowed 137.8 rushing yards per contest, so Jeff Wilson and Raheem Mostert, who combined for only eight carries Sunday, should see a much more normal workload.

The Bolts will likely be turning their attention to the air frequently as well, as Miami has allowed 244.3 passing yards per road contest, along with a 67.6 percent completion rate in that split. Mike Williams could also return to practice this week, and if he’s able to garner active status for this contest, it would certainly help maximize Justin Herbert’s chances of maximizing the opportunity. However, Austin Ekeler should also have his share of chances to succeed, considering the Fins are yielding 135.3 rushing yards per road game as well.

Despite Miami’s loss Sunday, it’s up to a three-point road favorite in its second consecutive game on West Coast time. 

New England Patriots at Arizona Cardinals

The Patriots didn’t come close to truly keeping up with the Bills offensively in their Week 13 slate-opening clash Thursday night, dropping a 24-10 decision. The Cardinals were off in Week 13 after suffering a heart-breaking 25-24 loss to the Chargers in Week 12.   

The Pats’ offense is shaping up as what will likely hold the team back from making any serious noise even if they squeak into the playoffs, as Mac Jones remains a work in progress. The second-year signal-caller has thrown for under 200 yards in three of the last five games, but he’ll now face a Cardinals defense that’s given up the second-most passing yards per home game (289.2).  

On the other side, Kyler Murray will have finally had a chance to put in some strong work between Week 12 and practices the last week-plus with DeAndre Hopkins and Marquise Brown, which should pay some dividends in what could be a sneaky-good matchup. New England has a drastic home/road split in its pass-defense metrics, giving up just under 110 more passing yards per game when traveling (255.5) than at Gillette Stadium (145.7). In contrast, the matchup for James Conner is ugly on the ground – the Pats are allowing only 88.8 rushing yards per road contest at 3.8 yards per carry.

Despite the road setting and the lackluster offense, the Patriots are still up to 1.5-point road favorites in NFL Week 14 odds as the week starts.  

How spreads are changing

Here we will glance at how point spreads are changing from when they were first released to right before kickoff of each contest.

Date NFL Week 14 Odds: December 5NFL Week 14 Odds: December 9
Thursday, December 8Raiders -6 at Rams +6Raiders at Rams +6
Sunday, December 11Eagles -6.5 at Giants +6.5Eagles -7.5 at Giants +7.5
Sunday, December 11Jets +9 at Bills -9Jets +10 at Bills -10
Sunday, December 11Browns +6 at Bengals -6Browns +5.5 at Bengals -5.5
Sunday, December 11Vikings +1 at Lions -1Vikings +2 at Lions -2
Sunday, December 11Texans +17 at Cowboys -17Texans +17 at Cowboys -17
Sunday, December 11Jaguars +3.5 at Titans -3.5Jaguars +3.5 at Titans -3.5
Sunday, December 11Ravens +3 at Steelers -3Ravens +2 at Steelers -2
Sunday, December 11Chiefs -9 at Broncos +9Chiefs -9 at Broncos +9
Sunday, December 11Panthers +3.5 at Seahawks -3.5Panthers +3.5 at Seahawks -3.5
Sunday, December 11Buccaneers +3.5 at 49ers -3.5Buccaneers +3.5 at 49ers -3.5
Sunday, December 11Dolphins -3 at Chargers +3Dolphins -3 at Chargers +3
Monday, December 11Patriots -1.5 at Cardinals +1.5Patriots -2 at Cardinals +2

Here are what NFL Week 14 lines looked like on Wednesday, Nov. 30.

DateNFL Week 14 Odds: SpreadsNFL Week 14 Odds: MoneylinesNFL Week 14 Odds: Totals
Thursday, December 8Raiders -5 at Rams +5Raiders -205 at Rams +17542.5
Sunday, December 11Vikings -3 at Lions +3Vikings -150 at Lions +13051
Sunday, December 11Jets +9.5 at Bills -9.5Jets +370 at Bills -46044
Sunday, December 11 Texans +14 at Cowboys -14Texans +625 at Cowboys -90047.5
Sunday, December 11Browns +3.5 at Bengals -3.5Browns +155 at Bengals -18048.5
Sunday, December 11Jaguars +4 at Titans -4Jaguars +175 at Titans -20543
Sunday, December 11Ravens -4.5 at Steelers +4.5Ravens -175 at Steelers +15041
Sunday, December 11Eagles -6 at Giants +6Eagles -250 at Giants +21044
Sunday, December 11Dolphins -1 at Chargers +1Dolphins -120 at Chargers +10051.5
Sunday, December 11Panthers +7 at Seahawks -7Panthers +245 at Seahawks -29543.5
Sunday, December 11Buccaneers +6.5 at 49ers -6.5Buccaneers +215 at 49ers -25541.5
Sunday, December 11Chiefs -7 at Broncos +7Chiefs -300 at Broncos +25042.5
Monday, December 12Patriots -2 at Cardinals +2Patriots -125 at Cardinals +10544
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Juan Carlos Blanco has served as a freelance writer for a wide variety of online publications and websites, with an intensive focus on fantasy sports. Juan has provided analysis and comprehensive coverage of the MLB, NBA, NFL, CFL, AAF and AFL while also reporting on news and developments in the daily fantasy sports and online gaming industries.

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