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Tampa Bay hosts the Buffalo Bills in a potential Super Bowl preview next Sunday in NFL Week 14. SuperBook USA opened Bucs -3.5 and a total of 53.5 last night, and most sportsbooks around the sports betting industry are dealing the spread at that same number Monday morning. BetMGM, however, offers Bucs -3 (-115) with a total of 52.5. The Bucs are 5-0 ATS in their last five games at Raymond James Stadium.

Another marquee game comes next Monday night, with the Cardinals hosting the L.A. Rams. Arizona opened a 3-point favorite at the SuperBook, while most oddsboards are showing -3 with reduced juice on the favorite and Circa goes -2.5 (-115).

Let’s take a closer look at all of the games on the Week 14 slate, with lines current as of Monday morning.


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Thursday: Steelers at Vikings (-3.5, 45)

Pittsburgh pulled off a 20-19 upset over Baltimore on Sunday, as the Ravens failed on a late two-point conversion. The Vikings lost to the Lions on a last-second TD. This game opened at Minnesota -4, but Pittsburgh money dropped it to -3.5 at most books, including Caesars.

Raiders at Chiefs (-9.5, 52.5)

K.C. relied largely on its defense again in a 22-9 win over Denver on Sunday Night Football. It’s a scary proposition for the rest of the league. The Chiefs have covered their last three games ATS.

Saints (-6, 44) at Jets

New Orleans usually enjoys its trips to the Meadowlands when facing the Jets. The Saints are 4-1 ATS in their last five games against NYJ.

49ers at Bengals (-1.5, 47.5)

Cincinnati’s two-game win and cover streak came to an end with yesterday’s 41-22 home loss to the Chargers. Stuck on a side here? The Bengals have gone ‘over’ in five of their last six games.

Jags at Titans (-10.5, 44)

Jacksonville hasn’t fared well at Tennessee in recent years. The Titans have covered the number in their last five home matchups against the Jags.

Ravens at Browns (-1.5, 43)

Tight line here for a divisional grudge match. This game opened at Ravens -1.5 and flipped to Browns -1.5 at several books including DraftKings. The Ravens won 16-10 as 3-point home favorites against Cleveland two weeks ago.

Falcons at Panthers (-3, 43.5)

As a Carolina fan, I’ll be staying away from a side in this one. The total is of more interest, as the ‘under’ always seems to cash in the I-85 rivalry. It has hit in five of the last six games between these teams.

Cowboys (-5, 49) at Washington

This line is fishy. Have you watched Washington lately? The Footballers have won and covered their last four games. Grab the points with a live home dog.

Seahawks (-7.5, 43.5) at Texans

There’s always (at least) one game on the weekly schedule that holds little to no allure. This one qualifies. Bet the ‘under’ and hope for the best. Seattle has gone ‘under’ in five of six, and Houston is 6-1 to the ‘under’ in its last seven.

Lions at Broncos (-8.5, 43.5)

Detroit finally won a game in a last-second thriller against Minnesota. The Lions have quietly been great ATS, going 5-1 in their last six games and 8-4 on the season.

Giants at Chargers (-10.5, 45.5)

Another game to examine the ‘under’, as the Giants haven’t gone ‘over’ a total since Oct. 10 against Dallas.

Bears at Packers (-13, 44.5)

This game features the biggest spread of the week. The Packers have covered their last five home games ATS. They’ve also turned the trick in their last five at home against Chicago.

Monday: Rams at Cardinals (-3, 52)

L.A. got off the schneid with a 37-7 blowout win over Jacksonville, and the Rams covered ATS for the first time in their last six tilts. They’ll be stepping up in class here on MNF.

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Kris Johnson

Kris Johnson

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Kris Johnson is a Senior Writer at Gaming Today with more than 15 years of experience as a sports journalist. Kris' work has appeared in Sports Business Daily, Sports Business Journal, NASCAR Illustrated, and more. Kris also authored a sports betting novel entitled The Endgame.

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