NFL Week 14 Odds | Opening NFL Moneyline, Spread, & Total Betting Lines

Posted: Aug 12, 2022Last updated: Aug 31, 2022

Week 14 is usually one of the best weeks of the NFL season, as there are always a lot of interesting games on the schedule with playoff implications. This year is no different, as the Week 14 slate is loaded with must-see games.

But are there any games worth betting on now to get ahead of line movement? And what games should you just stay away from altogether?

Here are the current Week 14 NFL odds and lines for the 2022 season.

Week 14 NFL Odds & Lines

Week 14 NFL odds are courtesy of Betway Sportsbook unless otherwise noted and are current as of Friday, Aug. 12 at 4 p.m. ET. Be sure to keep tabs on all of our current NFL odds leading into NFL Week 14.

Week 14 NFL Games

Las Vegas Raiders @ Los Angeles Rams (Thursday Night Football)

Raiders +4 (-110) @ Rams -4 (-110)

The first game of the week is must-see TV as the Raiders will travel to Los Angeles to take on the Rams. The Raiders should be able to put up points in this game, but Aaron Donald should have a field day against the offensive line of Las Vegas.

On a short week, take the Rams to win and cover the spread here.

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New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills (Dec. 11, 1 p.m. ET)

Jets +9.5 (-110) @ Bills -9.5 (-110)

The Jets in Buffalo in December? That seems like a recipe for disaster, especially for a young quarterback like Zach Wilson. 

Buffalo is still the Super Bowl favorite entering the season because they have the deepest roster in the league. Expect them to win this game with ease here in Week 14.

Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals

Browns N/A @ Bengals N/A

Deshaun Watson will be eligible to play in this game, but there is still no line available as sportsbooks would like to see him play before setting a line. Will the Browns even be in playoff contention by this point?

The answer is probably no, so take the Bengals here on the moneyline when the line is released.

Houston Texans @ Dallas Cowboys

Texans +8 (-110) @ Cowboys -8 (-110)

The Texans might be a sneaky competitive team this season, but the talent differential between them and the Cowboys is massive. Dak Prescott has a career record of 29-14 at home with a passer rating of 104.3. Expect him to have a big game here and for the Cowboys to win and cover.

Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions

Vikings -2 (-110) @ Lions +2 (-110)

Is this the year the Lions become a playoff contender? It might be a year too soon, but they can hang with teams like the Vikings. However, Minnesota is a good bet here as they are less than a field goal favorite on the road.

Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants

Eagles -2 (-110) @ Giants +2 (-110)

How are the Eagles only a 2-point favorite against the Giants? The talent differential between these two teams couldn’t be any bigger, and who knows who will even be the starting quarterback for the Giants by Week 14. Take the Eagles -2 right now and watch that line move to -5.5 or -6 by kickoff.

Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Ravens -2 (-110) @ Steelers +2 (-110)

The Steelers have had a lot of success against Lamar Jackson and the Ravens over the last few years. So while the Ravens are a significantly better team, don’t be afraid to take the Steelers as a home dog in this AFC North rivalry.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans

Jaguars +6.5 (-110) @ Titans -6.5 (-110)

The Titans were the No. 1 seed last season, but they lost a ton of talent this off-season. Meanwhile, the Jaguars completely retooled their offense and added the No. 1 pick in Travon Walker. The Titans will likely win this game, but 6.5 points are far too much. Take the Jaguars to cover this spread here in Week 14.

Miami Dolphins @ Los Angeles Chargers (Dec. 11, 4:05 p.m. ET)

Dolphins +5.5 (-110) @ Chargers -5.5 (-110)

One of the better games of the week features two AFC contenders who missed the playoffs last season. The Chargers are 5.5-point favorites over the Dolphins and that feels like a bit too much. While we like the Chargers to win this game outright, look for the Dolphins to keep this game close and for Miami to cover the spread.

Carolina Panthers @ Seattle Seahawks

Panthers +1 (-110) @ Seahawks -1 (-110) 

Baker Mayfield vs Geno Smith? Or will it be Sam Darnold vs Drew Lock by this time of year? Either way, this is not the most appealing game in Week 14.

The bet here is to take the Panthers on the road as they are the more talented team, but don’t wager too much on this game in advance considering how much of an unknown both of these teams are entering the season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ San Francisco 49ers

Buccaneers PICK (-110) @ 49ers PICK (-110) 

You want a heavyweight fight on a Sunday afternoon? You got it. The Buccaneers traveling to San Francisco to take on the 49ers is the game of the week here in Week 14.

The 49ers match up really well against the Buccaneers, especially in the trenches. Look for the 49ers to create a ton of pressure on Tom Brady and keep the score down. Take the 49ers to win at home against the Buccaneers here on FOX as your NFL pick of the day.

Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos (Sunday Night Football)

Chiefs PICK (-110) @ Broncos PICK (-110)

An AFC West battle on NBC, it’s shocking that this game is a pick’em entering the year. Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid deserve more respect considering their utter dominance in the division since 2018. Take the Chiefs to win here and don’t expect it to be particularly close.

New England Patriots @ Arizona Cardinals (Monday Night Football)

Patriots +2.5 (-110) @ Cardinals -2.5 (-110)

The final game of Week 14 is a good one as the Patriots will travel to Arizona to take on the Cardinals. How will Bill Belichick try to stop Kyler Murray, and is this the type of game New England can just grind out and win on the ground?

Taking the Patriots as road underdogs in primetime games has been a winning strategy over the last two decades. Let’s not abandon that now.


Marcus Mosher

Marcus Mosher is an NFL analyst at The Game Day, residing in Erie, PA. He covers the NFL from a betting and fantasy perspective, producing written and video content. Marcus currently hosts multiple football-related podcasts and is a managing editor at USA Today’s Sports Media Group covering the Las Vegas Raiders. He has previously worked at The Athletic and Bleacher Report.

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