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Best NFL Bets Week 14: Picks, Predictions & Schedules

Lions vs. Bears Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 14

Moneyline: Detroit Lions -170, Chicago Bears +150
Spread: Lions -3.5 (-115), Bears +3.5 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 43.5 points

NFL Schedule Week 14 – Game info - Lions at Bears

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Detroit Lions (9-3) vs. Chicago Bears (4-8)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 10
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Lions at Bears Preview

The Detroit Lions visit Soldier Field on Sunday for the second game of their 2023 home-and-home NFC North divisional series against the Chicago Bears. The earlier matchup in Detroit on Nov. 19 was a close game overshadowed by Lions quarterback Jared Goff's subpar performance during the first three quarters.

Three weeks ago, Goff had his worst game of the season in terms of throwing the football. The Bears intercepted him three times, which was nearly enough for Chicago to pull off a road upset. Fortunately for Detroit, Goff pulled himself together just in time to secure a 31-26 win in the fourth quarter.

Chicago will be looking for revenge in this rematch. Bears quarterback Justin Fields completed 16 of 23 passes in the game at Detroit, totaling 169 yards and a touchdown. That was Fields’ first game back in the lineup since suffering a thumb injury in Week 6.

Fields wasn’t only efficient at throwing the football. He also ran for 104 yards on 14 carries against the Lions -- marking his highest rushing total of the season.

Detroit will need to prioritize containing Fields and force him to throw the football whenever possible. The Lions’ defense has struggled to get off the field at times this season, and allowing Fields to run wild against them again this weekend could cost them a divisional win down the stretch. 

The Lions’ defense took a hit last week, when defensive tackle Alim McNeill went on Injured Reserve. He has been one of their best run-stuffers this season, and his absence will certainly be felt over the next several weeks.

With the Green Bay Packers hot on their tails, the Lions can’t afford to drop any games right now. Green Bay has taken its level of play up a notch in the second half of this season, and the Packers beat the Lions just a couple of weeks ago. Heading into this weekend, the Lions have a three-game lead in the standings, but any sort of slip from Detroit would make it that much easier for Green Bay to close the gap.

Lions vs. Bears Prediction and Pick

While the first meeting of these two teams resulted in a tight game, Detroit QB Jared Goff’s uncharacteristic turnovers played a large part in that final score. Playing on the road, Goff will look to avoid any similar mistakes that could cost his team.

If the Lions don’t turn the ball over, they will be the far superior team here. They have a vastly superior set of offensive weapons both at wide receiver and running back, as well as a tight end in Sam LaPorta who is emerging as one of the NFL’s top five pass-catchers at his position.

Fields has a point to prove to his own franchise, and I believe he’ll play well in this game, but the Lions should be able to cover the spread relatively comfortably.

The Pick: Detroit Lions -3.5 (-110)

Texans vs. Jets Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 14

Moneyline: Houston Texans -225, New York Jets +185
Spread: Texans -4.5 (-105), Jets +4.5 (-115)
Total: Over/Under 32.5 points 

NFL Schedule Week 14 – Game info - Texans at Jets

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Houston Texans (7-5) vs. New York Jets (4-8)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 10
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Texans at Jets Preview

The Houston Texans, who visit the New York Jets this weekend, must be sensing a big opportunity to move up in their division after watching the Jacksonville Jaguars lose to the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night.

The AFC South looks set for a photo finish. The Jaguars are leading the division at 8-4, but both the Indianapolis Colts and the Texans are right behind them at 7-5. Houston quarterback C.J. Stroud has been phenomenal for the Texans this season, and he now has a chance to lock up the Offensive Rookie of the Year award with a solid run over the next few weeks.

The Texans experienced a catastrophe last weekend during a goal-line push when rookie wide receiver and budding star Tank Dell got rolled up on. The young talent had been one of the brightest stars in this Texans offense all year, but he fractured his fibula in the pileup and will now miss the rest of the season.

It’s a huge blow for the Texans, but this team is not short of playmaking wide receivers who can step up and cover for Dell’s skill set. Noah Brown is back in the lineup, and Nico Collins went over 100 receiving yards for the fourth time last Sunday.

The bottom line for this Texans offense is that it has been elevated across the board by the arrival of its new quarterback. Stroud has the whole group playing at a high level, but Sunday will be a battle against one of the league's most intelligent secondaries.

The Jets picked off Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa twice on Black Friday and then held QB Desmond Ridder and the Atlanta Falcons offense to just 121 passing yards in a low-scoring loss last Sunday.

Quarterback Zach Wilson will be back in the starting role this weekend as the Jets continue their merry-go-round at the QB position. Tim Boyle got a shot at the top job, but his struggles were worse than Wilson’s, and he was cut as a result. Wilson’s backup on Sunday will be Brett Rypien. Depending on how Wilson performs and the way things are going with this team, there’s no telling whether we might see Rypien starting in the near future.

Texans vs. Jets Predictions and Pick

Houston quarterback C.J. Stroud's brilliance has almost taken some of the spotlight away from the Texans steadily improving defense, which seems to get better with every passing week. Rookie pass rusher Will Anderson had two sacks in last Sunday's win over the Denver Broncos, and he’s starting to announce himself to the league after being selected just one spot behind Stroud in the 2023 NFL Draft’s first round.

Houston has allowed fewer than 100 rushing yards per game, so if the Jets want to beat the Texans, they will need to do it by throwing the football. That has been an issue for the Jets all year, and while Wilson might be getting another shot, this isn’t a 30-point team by any stretch of the imagination.

The Texans should take care of business on the road here. The loss of injured wide receiver Tank Dell is a factor, and this game might not be as high-scoring as Texans’ performances in past weeks. However, it should be enough to cover the spread.

The Pick: Houston Texans -4.5 (-105)

Seahawks vs. 49ers Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 14

Moneyline: Seattle Seahawks +425, San Francisco 49ers -600
Spread: Seahawks +10.5 (-110), 49ers -10.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 46.5 points 

NFL Schedule Week 14 – Game info - Seahawks at 49ers

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Seattle Seahawks (6-6) vs. San Francisco 49ers (9-3)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 10
Time: 4:05 p.m. ET
Venue: Levi’s Stadium, in Santa Clara, Calif.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Seahawks at 49ers Preview 

The San Francisco 49ers had a point to prove last weekend and they made it in emphatic fashion. Ever since losing last year's NFC Championship Game to Philadelphia, the Niners were adamant that they would have beaten the Eagles if their quarterback had been at full strength.

On Sunday they got their shot to prove it, and they answered the bell with a 42-19 win over the previously 10-1 Eagles. It was perhaps the most complete performance any NFL team has put on this season, as the 49ers dominated both sides of the ball against one of the league's best teams.

San Francisco quarterback Brock Purdy threw for 314 yards and four touchdowns, running back Christian McCaffrey rushed for 93 yards and a touchdown, tight end George Kittle and wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk were both impact players in the passing game, and receiver Deebo Samuel played like an All-Pro with four catches for 116 explosive yards and two touchdowns.

The Niners paired their offensive master class with superiority on defense, too. They held the Eagles to just 46 total rushing yards, managed to sack Philly QB Jalen Hurts three times, and forced the Eagles to punt three times.

Following that performance at Lincoln Financial Field, the 49ers are now clearly the team to beat, and a win over Seattle on Sunday would all but guarantee them the NFC West title. They can’t officially clinch it in this game, but they can put themselves within striking distance of at least one home playoff game.

Seattle comes into this matchup in desperate need of a win, because the Seahawks (6-6) are suddenly in danger of missing the postseason after dropping their last three games, including a recent 31-13 loss to the 49ers in a Thursday night game at home.

The Seahawks are dealing with a really tough stretch in their schedule. Over the past three weeks, they have lost to the Rams, 49ers, and Cowboys. They now must face the 49ers again with the Eagles on deck for next Monday night.

Two more losses would almost certainly knock Seattle out of the playoff race and force the Seahawks to win all three games down the stretch for a shot at re-entering it.

Consistency has been an issue for the Seahawks this season. Quarterback Geno Smith will have a good game followed by a bad game and has struggled to develop any sort of rhythm at times this season. He will, however, take a lot of confidence from his Thursday Night Football performance at Dallas on Nov. 30. Even though the Seahawks lost that game 41-35, Smith had one of his best showings of the year. He threw for 334 yards and three TDs with just one pick against a very talented Cowboys defense.

Seattle receiver DK Metcalf was phenomenal in that game, and the team will need more of the same from its offensive weapons if it plans to hang with the 49ers on Sunday.

Seahawks vs. 49ers Predictions and Pick

I feel for Seattle right now. The gauntlet of games they have been facing is extremely difficult, and the Seahawks are about to go on the road to play the 49ers at a time when San Francisco’s players are feeling extremely confident.

Niners QB Brock Purdy looked untouchable running the offense in Philadelphia, and the Seahawks defense isn’t any better positioned to slow that unit down. The 49ers simply have too many game-changers on the offensive side of the football. Any NFL defense is going to have trouble containing them with several stars playing at an elite level.

I have a feeling Seahawks QB Geno Smith might struggle, and end up trying to force the offense, leading his team into trouble. This spread is a big one, but the Niners have now covered in three of their last four games, with the only “failure” being a 13-point win when there was a 13.5 point spread against Tampa Bay.

The Pick: San Francisco 49ers -10.5 (-110)

Bills vs. Chiefs Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 14

Moneyline: Buffalo Bills +105, Kansas City Chiefs -125
Spread: Bills +1.5 (-110), Chiefs -1.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 48.5 points 

NFL Schedule Week 14 – Game info - Bills at Chiefs

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Buffalo Bills (6-6) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (8-4)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 10
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Venue: Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Bills at Chiefs Preview

Strap yourselves in for the next installment of star quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes vs. Josh Allen in what has turned into a critical game for both teams.

The Buffalo Bills are in serious danger of missing the playoffs this season, and a road loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday would give them a sub-.500 record that would make their postseason chances even more doubtful. 

The Bills are on the outside looking in, trailing teams such as Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Indianapolis, and Houston as they fight to clamber back into a wild-card spot.

Buffalo quarterback Allen has struggled with turnovers in 2023, although he managed to play his best game of his season against the Philadelphia Eagles two weeks ago prior to the Bills’ bye week. Allen threw for 339 yards, two touchdowns, and one pick against one of the league's best teams, although Buffalo suffered yet another heartbreaking loss in overtime at the hands of QB Jalen Hurts and the Eagles.

Allen is no stranger to overtime heartbreak, and he has already experienced that same fate against Mahomes in the playoffs. Mahomes leads the head-to-head battle with Allen 3-2, but Allen has always kept it close against the Chiefs, and this weekend will mark the latest slugfest between two of the NFL’s top gunslingers.

Like Allen, Mahomes has struggled at times this year. Something about this Kansas City Chiefs offense just isn’t clicking, and a number of factors could be in play.

Matt Nagy is back as Kansas City’s offensive coordinator, reclaiming the role following Eric Bieniemy’s departure to Washington. Under Nagy, the Chiefs’ offense is sputtering. They have no deep threat, no standout wide receiver, and rely too heavily on tight end Travis Kelce to help move the chains.

Kansas City has been propped up by running back Isaiah Pacheco at times, but even his 110 rushing yards and touchdown against the Packers weren’t enough to win last Sunday – a game that saw Mahomes throw another pick in crunch time.

The Chiefs still lead the AFC West, but they are only two games ahead of the surging Denver Broncos. Several weeks ago, I would have laughed if someone had claimed that Denver might catch Kansas City, but the Broncos are trending upward while the Chiefs are trying to avoid a slide.

Bills vs. Chiefs Predictions and Pick

It takes a brave man to call this one either way, and even the oddsmakers aren’t looking to do so, settling on a 1.5-point line in favor of the home team. Whenever a betting line is set below two points, its’ clear that the game could be a coin flip. However, something is telling me that Bills QB Josh Allen might pull off a win here.

The Chiefs have been without star linebacker Nick Bolton for multiple weeks now, and he’s not the only one. Safety Bryan Cook went down with an ankle injury in the Packers game, and linebacker Drue Tranquill also went to the locker room with a concussion.

Suddenly, the Chiefs defense that has held its offense up in times of need this year looks wounded, which signals an opportunity for Allen to turn his season around.

As good as Kansas City QB Patrick Mahomes is, he hasn’t been winning games by himself this year. The Chiefs look like they are a weapon or two short, and teams have had success double-covering tight end Travis Kelce as a result.

The Pick: Buffalo Bills Moneyline (+105)

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