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5 Must-Watch NFL Week 14 Games

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The NFL regular season is hitting the final stretch and there are five must-watch games this week. Click here for live NFL odds.

Top-5 Must-Watch NFL Week 14 Games

Panthers (6-6) at Browns (4-7-1)
TV: Sunday, 1 p.m., Fox
Opening line: Carolina -1

Carolina is 0-4 straight-up and against the spread over the last month of football. Plus the Panthers are a league-worst 1-5 SU and ATS on the road this season. The only good news for Panthers fans is that Carolina is 7-1 SU and 6-2 ATS in their last eight games against AFC teams.

Cleveland is 1-11 SU in their last dozen games against NFC opponents. That lone victory was earlier this season against the Falcons. Plus the Browns are 3-0 ATS versus the NFC South in 2018.

Falcons (4-8) at Packers (4-7-1)
TV: Sunday, 1 p.m., Fox
Opening line: Green Bay -6

Mike McCarthy is out in Green Bay and who else is surprised it took this long? The Packers brain trust has failed to surround the best quarterback in the league with talent year after year. However, since 2009, Aaron Rodgers is 15-1 SU and 14-2 ATS in December games at Lambeau. That one loss was last week to the lowly Cardinals.

The Falcons are 0-4 SU and ATS over the last month of football. Plus their 1-4 ATS road record is tied for the second-worst mark in the NFL. On the season Atlanta is a dismal 3-9 ATS. That is tied for the worst in the league.

Ravens (7-5) at Chiefs (10-2)
TV: Sunday, 1 p.m., CBS
Opening line: Chiefs -7

The Chiefs are an AFC leading 8-3-1 ATS this season. However, they are also 1-3-1 ATS in their past five games.

With Lamar Jackson starting under center, the Ravens are 3-0 SU and 2-1 ATS. But with Joe Flacco healthy, Ravens coach John Harbaugh could decide to switch back to the former Super Bowl winner.

Rams (11-1) at Bears (8-4)
TV: Sunday, 8:20 p.m., NBC
Opening line: Rams, -4 points

The high-flying Rams are 4-0 SU and 1-2-1 ATS in prime time games under head-coach Sean McVay. While L.A. is 11-1 straight-up, the Rams are just 5-6-1 ATS, including 2-6-1 over their past nine games.

The Bears are 8-6 SU and 10-3-1 ATS at Soldier Field since the start of the 2017 season. They are 4-0 in their last four night games dating back to last season. Plus Chicago is tied for the lead in the league at 5-1 ATS at home this season.

Vikings (6-5-1) at Seahawks (7-5)
TV: Monday, 8:15 p.m., ESPN
Opening line: Seattle -3

Since the start of the 2010 season, the Seahawks are 15-2 SU and 13-3-1 in prime time games. Coincidently that is when Pete Carroll took over as head coach. Seattle is also 6-1-1 ATS in their past eight games.

While the Vikings look great on paper, they can’t compete with good teams. Minnesota is a dismal 1-7 ATS in their last eight versus winning teams. Moreover, the Vikings are 2-9 ATS in their last 11 Monday night games.