NFL Week 14 Odds

Last Updated: Jul 25, 2023

There will be plenty of fireworks in Week 14 with a key Sunday Night Football matchup between the Eagles and Cowboys. Playoff implications will come to fruition during the late afternoon Sunday matchup between Buffalo and Kansas City.

Plus, we all get to enjoy two Monday night matchups as the Dolphins host the Titans and the Giants host the Packers.

Two teams are on a bye in Week 14: Arizona Cardinals & Washington Commanders.

Here are the current Week 14 NFL odds and lines for the 2023 season.

NFL Week 14 Odds & Lines

Week 14 lines are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook and current as of Monday, June 26, at 11 a.m. ET.

Keep tabs on all of our current NFL odds.

Week 14 NFL Games

New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Dec. 7, 8:15 p.m. ET (TNF)

  • Patriots +2 (-110) @ Steelers -2 (-110)

The New England Patriots hit the road and will have their hands full against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a hostile venue, Acrisure Stadium.

Kenny Pickett should be hitting a new stride and connecting with George Pickens and Diontae Johnson at will. The big playmaker to watch, though, is at Bill Belichick‘s disposal: Rhamondre Stevenson.

The Pats steal away a close win and cover the spread here.

Los Angeles Rams @ Baltimore Ravens

Dec. 10, 1 p.m. ET

  • Rams +6.5 (-110) @ Ravens -6.5 (-110)

A down year from the Rams has their 2023 odds with low expectations. A healthier year from Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp, and their offensive line would go a long way.

Baltimore needs to get its offense going, and it’ll be worth a watch to see who steps up besides Mark Andrews to move the chains. This Rams’ defense isn’t what it once was and will be exploited by Lamar Jackson.

The Ravens secure a close win but fail to cover the spread.

Detroit Lions @ Chicago Bears

Dec. 10, 1 p.m. ET

  • Lions -1.5 (-110) @ Bears +1.5 (-110)

The Lions went a healthy 6-0 ATS in division games in 2023. The Bears are a popular sleeper team, but so is Detroit.

Look for Amon-Ra St. Brown, Jahmyr Gibbs, and T.J. Hockenson to take advantage of a mediocre Bears defense. Justin Fields will keep this one close, but not close enough as the Lions edge it out to cover the spread.

Carolina Panthers @ New Orleans Saints

Dec. 10, 1 p.m. ET

  • Panthers +3.5 (-110) @ Saints -3.5 (-110)

The Panthers continue to flounder and expectations should be low even with Bryce Young under center. You shouldn’t expect a monster year from Derek Carr, but it should be fun to watch Chris Olave‘s development in his second season.

The difference makers have to be Alvin Kamara and Jamaal Williams. The Saints run away with this one and comfortably cover.

Houston Texans @ New York Jets

Dec. 10, 1 p.m. ET

  • Texans +8.5 (-110) @ Jets -8.5 (-110)

While the odds feel a bit strong in favor of Aaron Rodgers‘ arrival to the Jets, there’s no denying the Texans look bad. New York’s defense looks lights out and Houston will have a lot of trouble moving the football.

Breece Hall should be fed tons of carries here and carry this one for the Jets as they cover this monster spread.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Cleveland Browns

Dec. 10, 1 p.m. ET

  • Jaguars +1 (-110) @ Browns -1 (-110)

While the Browns have some nice pieces, the Jaguars feel like the team with the most upside. Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne, Christian Kirk, Evan Engram and the arrival of Calvin Ridley combine to feel far more explosive.

Deshaun Watson has more to prove in 2023 and it needs to be seen sooner rather than later. Jacksonville blows out Cleveland and covers with ease.

Indianapolis Colts @ Cincinnati Bengals

Dec. 10, 1 p.m. ET

  • Colts +9 (-110) @ Bengals -9 (-110)

Consistency is always an issue with rookie quarterbacks. While the long-term prospects of Anthony Richardson look great, they can’t be bet on just yet.

Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase will overwhelm the Colts at home to win by two scores.

Seattle Seahawks @ San Francisco 49ers

Dec. 10, 4:05 p.m. ET

  • Seahawks +4 (-110) @ 49ers -4 (-110)

If you’re expecting the Seahawks and Geno Smith to keep on rolling in 2023, I don’t see it. Seattle’s defense is a big weakness and it will keep it out of games.

Quarterback controversy aside, the 49ers still have a formidable defense and undeniable run game spearheaded by Christian McCaffrey. San Francisco edges the spread in this NFC West clash.

Minnesota Vikings @ Las Vegas Raiders

Dec. 10, 4:05 p.m. ET

  • Vikings -1 (-110) @ Raiders +1 (-110)

The Vikings’ prolific offense was ultimately held back by their sometimes catastrophic defense, which finished tied for third for most points allowed in 2022. It’s easy to love Justin Jefferson, but they’ll need to lean on him heavily again in 2023.

It’s hard to know what to make of the Raiders as they still aren’t quite sure if Jimmy Garoppolo will be available to play. With that in mind, Minnesota and Kirk Cousins cover this spread with ease.

Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Chargers

Dec. 10, 4:25 p.m. ET

  • Broncos +3 (-110) @ Chargers -3 (-110)

Denver looks to move past the struggles of 2022 into a new era with Sean Payton at the helm. It certainly can’t get any worse for Russell Wilson and co.

Keenan Allen vs Patrick Surtain II should be a fun matchup to watch here in this AFC West rivalry. Justin Herbert should carry the Chargers in victory and cover the spread.

Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs

Dec. 10, 4:25 p.m. ET

  • Bills +3.5 (-110) @ Chiefs -3.5 (-110)

The Bills and Chiefs is becoming one of the hot rivalries in the NFL. Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes always provide fireworks and this matchup should offer that and more.

Travis Kelce has to be the focus for Kansas City and Buffalo must throw the kitchen sink at him to keep the Chiefs’ offense honest. Look for the Bills to eke out a tough win on the road and carry the moneyline (+155).

Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys

Dec. 10, 8:20 p.m. ET (SNF)

  • Eagles +1 (-110) @ Cowboys -1 (-110)

The Eagles had a dominating 2022 and look to carry that momentum in 2023. Jalen Hurts vs Dak Prescott have only faced off once due to games missed due to injury.

This divisional matchup should carry a ton of weight in playoff seeding, and it should be expected to see a ton of Tony Pollard and D’Andre Swift as these teams are built to run first.

Philly covers and steals away a tough road win.

Green Bay Packers @ New York Giants

Dec. 11, 8:15 p.m. ET (MNF)

  • Packers +2.5 (-110) @ Giants -2.5 (-110)

It seems there’s still some skepticism about whether or not the Giants’ 2022 success was a fluke. As long as Saquon Barkley is healthy, New York’s offense has a shot.

We still need to see something Jordan Love and there’s no telling whether he’ll even be the starter at this point. The Giants run away with a home win and cover with ease.

Tennessee Titans @ Miami Dolphins

Dec. 11, 8:15 p.m. ET (MNF)

  • Titans +7.5 (-110) @ Dolphins -7.5 (-110)

This one could be a blowout, especially if Miami takes an early lead. The Titans want to keep it close and allow Derrick Henry to get a ton of carries.

Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle will prove to be too much to handle for Tennessee. The Dolphins take the win here by more than two touchdowns.


Matt De Lima

Matt is a sports content editor at The Game Day with more than 10 years experience in the fantasy and betting spaces. He is a two-time Fantasy Sports Writing Association award finalist with previous experience working for Sports Illustrated, Full Time Fantasy, FFToolbox, 4for4, and RotoExperts. Born and raised in California, Matt now calls southern Maryland home. He is a Virginia Tech alumnus and a life-long 49ers, Lakers, and Dodgers fan.

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