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The Week 14 NFL odds are headlined by some massive matchups, with the Ravens and Browns duking it out in a big divisional dance, the Raiders and Chiefs rekindling their rivalry, the Bills visiting the Bucs in a possible Big Game preview, and the Rams running into the Cardinals on Monday.
We look at the current NFL Week 14 odds as well as the sharp picks, public play and line moves to know before placing your bets.
NFL Week 14 Odds
These are NFL odds for Week 14, headlined by a potential Super Bowl preview between the Bills and Bucs as well as NFC West war on Monday Night Football between the Cardinals and Rams.
Also: check out our best Week 14 NFL picks and predictions.
|Steelers at Vikings||Thurs, 8:20 p.m. ET||Vikings -3||44.5|
|Cowboys at Washington||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Washington +5.5||47.5|
|Jaguars at Titans||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Titans -9||43.5|
|Seahawks at Texans||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Texans +8.5||41|
|Raiders at Chiefs||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Chiefs -10||48|
|Saints at Jets||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Jets +5.5||42.5|
|Falcons at Panthers||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Panthers -2.5||41|
|Ravens at Browns||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Browns -3||43|
|Giants at Chargers||Sun, 4:05 p.m. ET||Chargers -9||43.5|
|Lions at Broncos||Sun, 4:05 p.m. ET||Broncos -11||42|
|Bills at Buccaneers||Sun, 4:25 p.m. ET||Buccaneers -4||54|
|49ers at Bengals||Sun, 4:25 p.m. ET||Bengals +2||48.5|
|Bears at Packers||Sun, 8:20 p.m. ET||Packers -11.5||42.5|
|Rams at Cardinals||Mon, 8:15 p.m. ET||Cardinals -2.5||51|
Teams on bye this week: Colts, Dolphins, Patriots, Eagles
Odds courtesy of DraftKings as of December 12, 2021
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Vikings -3.5, Over/Under 45
Why the line moved
UPDATE: 3:20 P.M. ET, THURSDAY DEC. 9: Running back Dalvin Cook is still, technically, a game-time decision for the Vikings tonight. The point spread is still holding steady at Minnesota -3, but there is increased vig on the side of the home favorites (-125 at DraftKings). Some books have popped the number to -3.5 already and if/when Cook is officially announced as active all remaining shops will surely follow, perhaps even as high as -4 by kickoff.
The total has bumped up slightly from 44 to 44.5 this afternoon.
Previous Steelers at Vikings action
UPDATE: 10:08 A.M. ET, THURSDAY DEC. 9: The Vikings announced this morning that, barring a pregame setback, running back Dalvin Cook (shoulder) will play tonight on Thursday Night Football. The point spread hasn't moved at most books based on the news — some shops have edged up to -3.5 but most are just dealing inflated juice on Vikings -3. The total ticked up slightly to 44.
UPDATE: 9:16 A.M. ET, WEDNESDAY DEC. 8: The Vikings are expected to be without offensive weapons Dalvin Cook and Adam Thielen for Thursday night. The point spread already had those priced baked in and is holding steady at Vikings -3. The total has taken a dip early in the week, dropping from 44.5/45 down to 43 as of Wednesday morning.
UPDATE: 10:30 P.M. ET, SUNDAY DEC. 5: Minnesota opened as a 3.5-point home favorite for Thursday Night Football and that half-point hook lasted about two hours before early play on Pittsburgh slimmed the spread to a field goal. The total opened between 44.5 and 45 points.
Football Team +4.5, Over/Under 49
Why the line moved
UPDATE 8:30 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: Weekend money has moved Dallas from -4.5 to as big as -5.5 at some books, but the Cowboys can be had as low as -4.5 as of Sunday morning. WynnBet is reporting the second most action of Week 14 on this NFC East game, with 64% of bets and 65% of the money on Dallas. The total is out there between 48 and 48.5 points.
Previous Cowboys at Washington action
UPDATE 2:58 P.M. ET SATURDAY, DEC. 11: The point spread for this game opened at Cowboys -4.5/-5 and the move early in the week was down, reaching as low as -3.5 on Tuesday. Since then it's been a slow climb back up the dead-number mountain and as of Saturday afternoon the spread sits at its peak of Dallas -5.
UPDATE 11:02 A.M. ET TUESDAY, DEC. 7: On Tuesday morning the point spread for this NFC East divisional game moved from Cowboys -5 down to -4. At this point of the week we're dealing with dead numbers, so the spread will go where the action pushes it.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: The Cowboys enjoy a mini bye before playing in Washington in Week 14. Books opened Dallas as a 4.5-point favorite and early play has been on the road team, moving the spread to -5. Washington is on a four-game winning streak but lost standout TE Logan Thomas for the season (knee). The total opened at 49 points and is down as low as 48.5.
Titans -11, Over/Under 43.5
Why the line moved
UPDATE 7:45 A.M. ET THURSDAY, DEC. 16: Now that Urban Meyer has been mercifully fired by the Jaguars, they can hopefully move forward as some semblance of a functional football team. The books seem to think Meyer's departure will benefit the Jags, who moved from -3 to -3.5, and even -4 at select shops as of Thursday morning.
Previous Jaguars at Titans action
UPDATE 8:30 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: With weekend reports of infighting between Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer and his fellow coaches and players, this spread has started to tick upwards with Tennessee laying as many as nine points. Covers Consensus shows 72% of picks on the Titans and while sportsbooks are reporting similar one-sided splits in terms of ticket count, some shops have taken bigger bets on Jacksonville. WynnBet is showing 63% of bets on Tennessee but 79% of the handle on the Jags.
UPDATE 11:36 A.M. ET FRIDAY, DEC. 10: The point spread for this game continues to tumble, now down fron Titans -8.5 to -8 at some books. DraftKings moved to -8 but do have added juice (-115) on the home favorites. Other shops that are holding on to the -8.5 are juiced to the Jaguars. These numbers will be driven wherever the money pushes them.
UPDATE 3:22 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8: Sharp bettors are all over the Jaguars early in the week, and the point spread continues to tumble as a result. The Titans opened at -10.5 and as of Wednesday afternoon that number is down to -8.5. DraftKings reported Wednesday that 71% of their best taken are on the home favorites from Tenessee but 61% of that money is on the Jags.
UPDATE 11:05 A.M. ET TUESDAY, DEC. 7: This point spread pushed through a key number Tuesday morning, down from Titans -10.5 to -9.5. The total is holding steady at 44.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: Tennessee is off a much-needed bye week and opened as big as -11 for this divisional home game with Jacksonville. Early action has hit the underdog Jaguars, slimming this spread to Titans -10.5. The total opened at 43.5 points and is up to 44.
Texans +7.5, Over/Under 43.5
Why the line moved
UPDATE 8:30 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: Seattle is giving as many as 10 points to the Texans at home today, with sportsbooks ranging from Seahawks -8.5 to -10. Covers Consensus shows 62% of picks on the visitor and DraftKings sportsbooks are reporting 70% of tickets count and 86% of money on the road chalk as well. This total dropped from 43.5 to 40.5 with 68% of bets on the Under.
Previous Seahawks at Texans action
UPDATE 3:36 P.M. ET THURSDAY, DEC. 9: The point spread for this Sunday afternoon snooze-fest jumped from Seahawks -7.5 to -8.5 on Thursday afternoon. DraftKings is reporting 82% of the wagers and 90% of the handle on Seattle, so that would certainly explain the movement of a full point within the dead numbers.
UPDATE 11:07 A.M. ET TUESDAY, DEC. 7: The Texans will likely be starting Davis Mills at quarterback Sunday against the Seahawks. The point spread actually came down slightly to Seahawks -7 as of Tuesday morning and there was some significant movement in the total, down from 43.5 to 41.5.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: Seattle snapped a three-game losing skid with a home win over San Francisco in Week 13 and now heads to Houston to face the Texans as a 7.5-point favorite. Some books are already up to Seahawks -8 with Houston coming off a 31-0 loss to Indianapolis on Sunday and suffering its 10th loss of the season. The Texans could replace Tyrod Taylor (wrist) with backup Davis Mills for Week 14. The total opened at 43.5 and climbed to 44 before settling in at 43.5 points.
Chiefs -9, Over/Under 51.5
Why the line moved
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: Kansas City is up as high as -10 hosting the rival Raiders this afternoon. Covers Consensus is showing plenty of appeal on the double-digit dog, with 58% of picks on Las Vegas and the points. WynnBet sportsbooks are reporting even action in terms of ticket count on this AFC West showdown but have taken 65% of money on the host Chiefs.
Previous Raiders at Chiefs action
UPDATE 11:43 A.M. ET FRIDAY, DEC. 10: Despite small moves all week, both the point spread and the total for this game are, pretty much, back where they started. The spread opened at Chiefs -9.5, had a brief stay at -9, and bumped back up to -9.5 on Wednesday. The total settled in at 48.5 early in the week, got down as low as 47.5 at one point, and sits at 48 on Friday morning. DraftKings is reporting a 50/50 split on point spread money and 66% of their handle on the total is on the Under.
UPDATE 11:11 A.M. ET TUESDAY, DEC. 7: After opening at a range of Chiefs -8.5 to -9.5, the point spread has settled in at most books at -9.5. The total continues to tumble after opening at 51.5, dropping to 50 on Monday, and is down to 48.5 as of Tuesday morning.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: The Chiefs are coming off a victory on Sunday Night Football over Denver and host another AFC West foes in Week 14, with Kansas City laying nine points at home to Las Vegas. That spread can be found anywhere from KC -8.5 to -9.5 as of Monday morning. The Raiders offense took a hit this past weekend, losing RB Kenyon Drake (ankle) for the season while star TE Darren Waller is day-to-day. The total for this rivalry opened at 51.5 points and is down to 50.
Jets +6, Over/Under 44
Why the line moved
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: New Orleans is a 5.5-point favorite in East Rutherford taking on the Jets, with Covers Consensus showing 57% of picks on the Saints. DraftKings sportsbooks were reporting 66% of tickets and 71% of handle on NOLA while other shops are showing a closer count in terms of bet percentage. The total dropped from 44 points to 42.5 with 74% of wagers on the Under.
Previous Saints at Jets action
UPDATE 3:28 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8: This game saw a bit of movement Wednesday on both the side and total. The point spread edged a bit higher from Saints -4.5 to -5 and the total dropped from 43.5 down to 42.5.
UPDATE 11:15 A.M. ET TUESDAY, DEC. 7: With the status of Saints' running back Alvin Kamara still very much in doubt for Sunday, the point spread for this game continues to tumble. After opening at Saints -6 and dropping to -5.5 on Monday, that number is down as far as -4.5 at some shops Tuesday morning. The total is hanging steady at 43.5.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: New Orleans has enjoyed a mini bye after losing to Dallas last Thursday and opened as a 6-point road favorite in East Rutherford for Week 14. That spread has dipped to -5.5 at some shops. The status of Saints star RB Alvin Kamara is day-to-day and will sway this spread if he is active. The total opened at 44 points and is down to 43.5.
Panthers -3, Over/Under 43.5
Why the line moved
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: Depending on which side you like in this NFC South showdown, you can get Carolina -2 (-113) or Atlanta +3 (-115) if you shop around. Covers Consensus is showing relatively split picks on this game while bookies are reporting similar splits in bet count but upwards of 78% of the money on the underdog Falcons.
Previous Falcons at Panthers action
UPDATE 3:06 P.M. ET SATURDAY, DEC. 11: After moving off the key number of Panthers -3 earlier in the week, the point spread for this game returned to -3 at some sportsbooks on Saturday afternoon. Most shops who have moved to the key number are juicing the underdog Falcons' side (DraftKings at -115) so a move back to 2.5 is certainly possible.
UPDATE 9:31 A.M. ET WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8: The point spread for this game moved down off the key number of Panthers -3 to -2.5 on Wednesday morning. DraftKings is reporting 61% of the bets but 91% of the money on the underdog Falcons. The total sits at 42.5 but 88% of the handle on the total is on the Under, so this number could slide down slightly as the week progresses.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: The Panthers are field-goal favorites at home in Week 14 coming off a bye and the surprise firing of offensive coordinator Joe Brady. That Carolina -3 spread is trending toward a move under the key number and some bookies have already gone to Panthers -2.5 in the 12 hours since posting. The total hit the board at 44 points and has slimmed to 43.5 as of Monday morning.
Browns +1.5, Over/Under 43.5
Why the line moved
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: As it sits on Sunday morning, the Ravens-Browns line sees Cleveland as high as -3 but a number of books are dealing this AFC North grudge match under the key number of a field goal. According to WynnBet, 62% of bets are on Baltimore but nearly 87% of the handle is riding on the home side to cover. Covers Consensus shows 54% of picks on the Ravens..
Previous Ravens at Browns action
UPDATE 10:32 A.M. ET THURSDAY, DEC. 9: On Thursday morning a few books, including DraftKings, bumped the point spread for this game up to Browns -3 with the higher vig on the Ravens +3 (-120). This could go one of two ways - either the market follows suit and everyone jumps to 3 or DraftKings (and one or two other shops) get crushed with Ravens money and move back to 2.5. Stay tuned.
UPDATE 3:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8: A bit of movement Wednesday to the numbers for this game. The point spread was at Browns -2 and jumped slightly to -2.5. The total was at 42.5 and came down a bit to 42.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: The Browns opened as 1.5-point underdogs at home to Baltimore – a team they played before the Week 13 bye – and have swung over the fence to sit as 2-point chalk as of Monday morning. The Ravens lost to Pittsburgh on Sunday and will be without standout CB Marlon Humphrey (shoulder) for the remainder of the season. This total hit the board at 43.5 points and has since dipped as low as 42.5.
Chargers -10, Over/Under 45.5
Why the line moved
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: With injuries and COVID outbreaks impacting both sides, this spread has gone from as high as L.A. -10.5 to as low as -9. According to bookies, as much as 72% of the ticket count is on the Chargers while Covers Consensus shows more tempered patterns with 62% of picks on the Bolts. This total opened as high as 45.5 points last Sunday and has slipped as low as 43 before coming back to 43.5. The Under has drawn a massive amount of money with over 95% of the handle on a low-scoring finish.
Previous Giants at Chargers action
UPDATE 3:10 P.M. ET SATURDAY, DEC. 11: Mike Glennon has cleared concussion protocol and will get the start at quarterback once again for the visiting New York Giants, with Jake Fromm as his backup. It was thought that the Giants may be forced to start Fromm in this game, so books were forced to adjust their numbers. The point spread for Sunday's game in Los Angeles has come down from Chargers -10 on Thursday to -8.5 as of Saturday afternoon.
UPDATE 10:37 A.M. ET THURSDAY, DEC. 9: After initially opening at Chargers -10 and quickly moving to -10.5, this point spread came back down to -10 on Thursday morning. Giants' quarterback Daniel Jones is practicing in a limited capacity and we'll know more regarding his status for Sunday over the next couple of days. If Jones is unable to play, Jake Fromm will likely get the start.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: The lookahead line for this game was Los Angeles -7.5 before Week 13 results rolled in. But after the Chargers squashed the Bengals and the Giants lost to Miami – and are possibly left with third-stringer Jake Fromm at QB for Week 14 – so this spread officially opened L.A. -10 and quickly jumped to -10.5. The total opened at 45.5 points and dropped slightly to 44.5 late Monday.
Broncos -8, Over/Under 43.5
Why the line moved
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: Fresh off their first win of the season, the Lions are getting as many as 11.5 points in Denver as of Sunday morning. Detroit has been battling an illness that ripped through the locker room and will once again be without RB D'Andre Swift. Covers Consensus shows 55% of picks supporting the Lions while bookmakers are reporting one-sided ticket count and handle on Denver.
Previous Lions at Broncos action
UPDATE 3:40 P.M. ET THURSDAY, DEC. 9: Lions' quarterback Jared Goff missed practice with flu-like symptoms Wednesday (non-COVID). The point spread was off the board briefly at most shops and when it reappeared the number had shifted from Broncos -8.5 to -10. On Thursday, Goff returned to practice in a limited capacity but it's a good sign that he was even at the facility. Notable absences from Thursday's practice for Detroit were RB D'Andre Swift and TE T.J. Hockenso
UPDATE 11:35 A.M. ET TUESDAY, DEC. 7: After a rather volatile opening, the point spread for this game has settled univerally at Broncos -8 as of Tuesday morning. This is a dead number, so it won't take much action to shift this in either direction. The total has dropped from 43.5 to 42.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: The Lions ride the momentum of their first win of the season up the mountain to play the Broncos. Detroit could also be ripe for the biggest letdown spot of the season. Bookies opened Denver as an 8-point home favorite but this spread is all over the board as of Monday, sitting as low as Broncos -7 and as high as Lions +8.5. The total for this non-conference game is 43.5 points.
Buccaneers -3, Over/Under 53
Why the line moved
UPDATE 9:15 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: One of the most anticipated games of the 2021 schedule sees the Buccaneers laying as many as four points versus Buffalo at home this afternoon. WynnBet books are reporting heavy bet count (65%) and money (81%) on Tom Brady and Tampa Bay. This total opened at 53 points and is as high as 54.5 as of Sunday morning. Total bets have drawn 60% of wagers to the Over with more than 80% of the handle banking on a high-scoring finish in Florida.
Previous Bills at Buccaneers action
UPDATE 12:09 P.M. ET FRIDAY, DEC. 10: Not a whole lot to report all week with the betting numbers for this game. The Bills were embarrassed by the Patriots on Monday Night Football and the point spread adjusted slightly from the look-ahead number, from Buccaneers -3 to -3.5. The total opened at 52/53 and has bumped up slightly to 54 as of Friday. DraftKings is reporting 75% of their spread betting handle on the Bucs at this point.
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: Buffalo goes from the frying pan into the fire in Week 14, coming off a huge divisional clash with the Patriots on Monday and now having to travel to Tampa Bay to play the Buccaneers. The Bills still have that matchup with New England to go, but the look-ahead line for this potential Super Bowl preview has the Bucs installed as 3-point home chalk. The total is sitting between 52 and 53 points.
Bengals -1, Over/Under 47
Why the line moved
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: With concern around Joe Burrow’s throwing hand, Cincinnati has slid from 1-point home chalk to a 2-point underdog at most markets. The 49ers can be had as low as -1.5 (-110) and the Bengals can be bought +2.5 at some online books. DraftKings is reporting a 53% lean to Cincinnati in terms of bet count and 58% in terms of money wagered on the spread. This total has climbed from 47 to 49 points with 53% of bets taking the Over.
Previous 49ers at Bengals action
UPDATE 3:54 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8: The point spread for this game jumped the fence again Wednesday afternoon, moving from Bengals -1 to 49ers -1.5. DraftKings reported Wednesday that 66% of their handle for this game is on the now favored Niners.
UPDATE 9:44 A.M. ET WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8: After the point spread jumped around on Monday and Tuesday, Wednesday was time for the total to see some fluctuation. After opening at 47 and edging up slightly to 47.5 early in the week, the total spiked to 49 early Wednesday morning. DraftKings is reporting 64% of the wagers and 61% of the money on the Over for this matchup.
UPDATE 11:39 A.M. ET TUESDAY, DEC. 7: The books that jumped the fence to 49ers -1 on Monday, hopped back to the other side Tuesday morning. Bengals -1 is the universal number with a couple of shops shading the juice to the underdog Niners. The total is holding at 47.5.
UPDATE 9:30 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: Both teams are coming off losses in Week 13 and oddsmakers installed the Bengals as 1-point home favorites with QB Joe Burrow expected to play through a finger injury. However, some shops have seen early play on the 49ers swing this spread over the fence to San Francisco -1. This total opened at 47 points and jumped to 47.5 with early play on the Over.
Packers -12.5, Over/Under 45
Why the line moved
UPDATE 9:00 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: The Packers have bounced between 11.5-point and -12.5 favorites for most of the week. And while Green Bay has drummed up more than 77% of the ticket count for Sunday Night Football, WynnBet is reporting over 58% of the money is riding on the underdog Bears. Covers Consensus is showing 62% on the Cheeseheads at home tonight. This total slimmed from 45 to 43 points with almost 91% of the handle on the Under.
Previous Bears at Packers action
UPDATE 12:15 P.M. ET FRIDAY, DEC. 10: Nobody has any confidence that the visiting Chicago Bears can accomplish anything productive in this game. Books have stretched this point spread back to -12.5 and DraftKings is reporting 70% of their bets and 84% of their handle on the Packers as of Friday morning.
UPDATE 11:42 A.M. ET TUESDAY, DEC. 7: Divisional games can sometimes be strange, and the point spread for this Sunday night rivalry game has slimmed from Packers -12.5 to -11.5 as of Tuesday morning. The total has also dropped from Monday's 44.5 to 43.5.
UPDATE 9:30 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: Green Bay opened between -12.5 and -13 for this primetime NFC North rivalry, and most shops have settled in at -12.5 as of Monday morning. The Packers are coming off a bye week while the Bears hit the road after a wet-and-wild loss to Arizona at home in Week 13. This total opened at 45 points and has slimmed to 44.5.
Cardinals -3, Over/Under 52
Why the line moved
UPDATE 3:50 P.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 13: About four hours before kickoff, the Rams were dealt another COVID-related blow with the announcement that star CB Jalen Ramsey and starting TE Tyler Higbee were placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list and will not play tonight — joining RB Darrell Henderson and two other players that will sit out against the Cardinals.
That caused the spread to rapidly shift from 2.5 points back to Cardinals -3, further pushing bettors towards an Arizona side that was already getting 58% of support on our Covers Consensus.
Previous Rams at Cardinals action
UPDATE 9:30 A.M. ET SUNDAY, DEC. 12: A day out from a huge Week 14 finale sees the Rams getting 2.5 points on the road from most bookmakers. This spread opened as big as Arizona -3 and dipped early in the week despite bookies reporting one-sided tickets count (80%) and handle (74%) on the host Cardinals. This total opened 52 points and is down to 51.5 with 64% of bets on the Over but 75% of the money taking the Under.
UPDATE 9:38 A.M. ET WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8: The point spread for Monday Night Football slid from Cardinals -2.5/-3 down to -2 on Wednesday morning. There is no significant injury news and sportsbooks are reporting more action on the favorites, so this simply seems like an early week market adjustment.
UPDATE 9:30 A.M. ET MONDAY, DEC. 6: A massive NFC West war headlines Week 14 with the Cardinals coming home for a run-in with the Rams. Los Angeles opened as a 3-point road underdog and early action has seen this spread dip to Arizona -2.5 at some books while L.A. +3 (-120) is still available. The total opened at 52 points and is up as high as 52.5.