Early NFL Week 14 Trending Odds

Look Ahead NFL Week 14 Trending Odds

NFL Week 13 has yet to kick-off however 5Dimes NFL oddsmakers have released the early NFL Week 14 odds and here are the top trending betting spreads receiving the most attention.

Early NFL Week 14 Trending Odds

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Dallas -3 at Chicago
at 8:20 PM ET
TV: NFLN

The Cowboys have a bunch of talent on both sides of the ball, but they’ve fallen far short of living up to their playoff hopes this season. Chicago has also underachieved in a big way after winning a dozen games a year ago. More importantly, every man, woman and child in America knows Mitch Trubisky can’t play. Dallas looks like the lesser of two evils in Week 14.

Sunday, December 8, 2019

Baltimore -7 at Buffalo
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: CBS

The Bills have been surprisingly resilient this season and they have a rock-solid defense. The bad news is that all but one of their victories heading into Week 13 had come against teams with losing records. Lamar Jackson and the red-hot Ravens look like a runaway locomotive heading into this Week 14 matchup of likely AFC playoff participants.

Washington at Green Bay -14½
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: FOX

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are playing at home in December against an awful Redskins team whose young, potential, franchise quarterback would rather be taking selfies with fans than actually finishing games. If this Week 14 mismatch isn’t over by halftime, I’ll be shocked.

San Francisco at New Orleans -3
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: FOX

The Niners have a phenomenal defense, but I still remain skeptical about quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, particularly in big games. Drew Brees and the Saints are playing at home in what will likely be their most important regular season contest of the season. With the top seed in the NFC possibly on the line in this huge matchup, I think the Saints go marching in!

Indianapolis at Tampa Bay PK
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: CBS

The Bucs are playing at home and they can put points on the board with anyone. Unfortunately, they also have a quarterback in Jameis Winston that has a penchant for throwing untimely – and multiple – interceptions at the worst possible time. With a potential playoff spot on the line, I like Jacoby Brissett and the competitive Colts to answer the bell in this inter-conference clash.

Kansas City at New England -4
at 4:25 PM ET
TV: CBS

While New England beat Kansas City 43-40 at home in the regular season a year ago and knocked off the Chiefs 37-31 on the road in last season’s conference championship, Andy Reid has managed to beat Bill Belichick twice in the last five meetings dating back to 2014. More importantly, the Chiefs have had three 40-point performances during the span. I smell an upset brewing in this intriguing Week 14 matchup of AFC heavyweights.

Pittsburgh -1 at Arizona
at 4:25 PM ET
TV: CBS

The Steelers are fighting for a playoff spot and they’re definitely better off with Mason Rudolph now on the bench. Still, Kyler Murray is definitely the real deal and Arizona has been competitive in almost every game this season. Arizona holds it down in the desert as Murray outplays Ben Roethlisberger’s latest clipboard holder.

Tennessee at Oakland PK
at 4:25 PM ET
TV: CBS

Tennessee has gotten a big boost on the offensive side of the ball after replacing Marcus Mariota with Ryan Tannehill.
The Raiders are playing at home with a chance to challenge for a playoff berth. Still, after seeing Oakland get completely blown out of the water by the lowly Jets in Week 12, I don’t have any faith whatsoever in Jon Gruden’s squad.

Seattle -3 at LA Rams
at 8:20 PM ET
TV: NBC

What a difference a year makes. At this time last season, the Rams were clearly superior to Seattle and they backed it up by reaching Super Bowl 53. Now, however, the Rams’ once, high-powered offense can barely get in the end zone. Conversely, Seattle is firing on all cylinders and have an MVP-caliber superstar that can virtually win games by himself. Even on the road, the Seahawks look like they’ll fly high.

Monday, December 9, 2019

New York Giants at Philadelphia -8
at 8:15 PM ET
TV: ESPN

The injury-riddled Eagles and struggling quarterback Carson Wentz have not come close to living up to their Super Bowl expectations this season. While rookie Daniel Jones has been impressive in his debut season, the Birds are desperate and lame duck New York head coach Pat Shurmur is clearly overmatched. Philly gets it done against their longtime NFC East rivals!