Let’s take a look at updated NFL Week 14 odds at DraftKings, which offers betting lines for all 13 games on the slate.
The betting card is highlighted by Jets-Bills, Eagles-Giants, and Dolphins-Chargers. Six teams are on a bye week: Commanders, Falcons, Bears, Saints, Colts, and Packers.
NFL Week 14 Betting Lines
Here are NFL Week 14 betting odds from across the sports betting marketplace.
NFL Week 14 Betting Odds
Here’s a game-by-game look at NFL Week 14 odds from DraftKings, current as of Dec. 8.
Raiders (-6.5, 41.5) at Rams — TNF
Baker Mayfield will be active tonight for the Rams, which picked him up after Carolina waived the struggling QB earlier this week.
Las Vegas has won and covered its last three games after last week’s 27-20 win over the Chargers. Rams QB Matthew Stafford (spinal cord contusion) is on IR and likely done for the season.
Backup QB John Wolford was woeful with no TDs and two picks in Sunday’s 27-23 loss to Seattle.
Browns at Bengals (-5.5, 46)
No major movement here after Sunday’s opener of Bengals -6. The Bengals are riding a four-game winning streak and they’ve covered in all of those games.
Cincinnati looked like it was back in Super Bowl form in a 27-24 win over Kansas City last week. The Bengals haven’t lost since Week 8 at Cleveland. The Browns rolled the Bengals, 32-13.
Jets at Bills (-10, 43)
The Bills are now a double-digit favorite for the fifth time this season. Buffalo is 3-1 ATS in that role. The Bills will try to avenge a 20-17 loss to the Jets in Week 9.
Buffalo won and covered its first game in the last six with a 24-10 victory over New England last week. The Bills reclaimed sole possession of first place in the AFC East at 9-3.
Texans at Cowboys (-17.5, 44)
This is the largest spread on the Week 14 slate, and it’s been bet up from an opener of Dallas -16.5. The Cowboys covered as a double-digit favorite in last week’s 54-19 blowout win over the Colts.
Vikings at Lions (-2, 51.5)
This line flipped in favor of Detroit due to concerns about an illness outbreak in Minnesota. The Vikings are 4-1 in road tilts this year. They needed a late TD by K.J. Osborn to beat the Lions 28-24 in their first meeting this year.
Eagles (-7, 44.5) at Giants
Slight move toward the road favorite here after Philly opened -6. This is the first of two meetings between these two teams in the last five weeks of the season. The Giants are 5-2 ATS in home games this year after Sunday’s 20-20 tie with Washington.
Ravens at Steelers (-2, 36.5)
Baltimore was -2 on the look-ahead line here, but Lamar Jackson will miss this game due to a knee injury. Tyler Huntley will get the start. Fun fact: Pittsburgh has won the last four games in this series. Read why the Ravens are part of our NFL Week 14 teaser pick here.
Jaguars at Titans (-4, 41)
Last week, Jacksonville was embarrassed at home in a 40-14 loss to Detroit. Tennessee didn’t look much better in a 35-10 loss at Philadelphia. The Titans have won their last five games against the Jags.
Dolphins (-3, 51.5) at Chargers
Miami is just 1-2 ATS in the role of road favorite this season, but the Chargers have lost their last two home games outright.
Panthers at Seahawks (-4.5, 44)
The Panthers will be coming off their bye week for this one. Carolina has won two of its last three games and covered in all of them. Sam Darnold will get another start at QB after he led Carolina to a 23-10 win over Denver.
The Panthers waived Baker Mayfield on Monday. Seattle was -7 on the look-ahead line here, but RB Kenneth Walker III (ankle) could miss this game with an ankle injury.
Buccaneers at 49ers (-3.5, 37)
Jimmy Garoppolo is out until the postseason (if then) after breaking his foot in Sunday’s win against Miami. The Bucs have lost and failed to cover their last three road games after a 23-17 loss at Cleveland.
San Francisco is riding a five-game winning streak. But the 49ers dropped from +650 to +1200 at DraftKings to win Super Bowl 57 with backup Brock Purdy now at QB.
Chiefs (-9, 44) at Broncos — SNF
No real line movement for what could be a one-sided episode of SNF. The Broncos have dropped their last four games. The Chiefs had a five-game winning streak snapped at Cincinnati last week. But the Chiefs have won their last five games against the Broncos.
Patriots (-2, 43.5) at Cardinals — MNF
New England has lost and failed to cover its last two games. Arizona is 3-3 ATS as a home dog this season. Flip a coin on this one.