NFL Week 14 Sunday Slate Spread Picks NFL Betting Odds

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Alex Murray
09 Dec 23
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NFL Week 14 Sunday Slate Spread Picks NFL Betting Odds

We’re taking a look at the Week 14 Sunday slate, and though we won’t be looking at moneyline favorites, we’ll be making the best value point spread pick for each matchup thanks to all the best NFL betting odds from the top NFL betting sites and betting apps.

Highlights

  • The Buccaneers will get back in the NFC South title conversation
  • Seattle will cover one of the biggest spreads of the season against the 49ers
  • Denver will take care of business as surprising underdogs against the Chargers

NFL Week 14 Sunday Slate Betting Odds - Sunday, December 10th

All odds provided by Sports Interaction.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons - 1PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+110+2.0 (-110)O41.0 (-110)
Atlanta Falcons-130-2.0 (-110)U41.0 (-110)

The Atlanta Falcons have been skating by with some very questionable performances and because of that they hold the top spot in the NFC South. The Buccaneers are still in it, however, and they’ve gone 5-1 ATS this season on the road. Tampa’s tough run defense will give them the edge as they force Desmond Ridder to throw. Take Buccaneers +2.0.

Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears - 1PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Detroit Lions-175-3.5 (-110)O43.0 (-110)
Chicago Bears+145+3.5 (-110)U43.0 (-110)

The Detroit Lions haven’t been able to stop anyone on defense recently, but their offense has still been clicking. It’s hard to picture a situation where Justin Fields and company can score enough to keep up with the Lions passing attack considering Chicago’s 25th-ranked pass defense. Roll with the Lions -3.5 on the road.

Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals - 1PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Indianapolis Colts+105+2.0 (-110)O44.0 (-110)
Cincinnati Bengals-125-2.0 (-110)U44.0 (-110)

Gardner Minshew and the Colts have won four in a row, and they’re also 4-1 ATS in away games this year. Both of these defenses are terrible so we’re giving the edge to the more experienced Minshew here, as he’s already won several unlikely shootouts this season. Take the Colts +2.0.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Cleveland Browns - 1PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Jacksonville Jaguars+125+3.0 (-110)O33.5 (-110)
Cleveland Browns-149-3.0 (-110)U33.5 (-110)

This one is likely a stay away because of how uncertain Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence is to play. If he does, the Jags are a great pick here, if he doesn’t, the Browns will likely cover three points. Our money is on Lawrence having to sit this one out and the Browns defense causing backup C.J. Beathard to have a really bad day. Browns by -3.0 at home.

Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints - 1PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Carolina Panthers+200+6.0 (-110)+6.0 (-110)
New Orleans Saints-250-6.0 (-110)U38.5 (-110)

The Carolina Panthers are the third-biggest dog on the Sunday slate, and that’s being complimentary. The Saints are at home, and whether it’s Derek Carr or Jameis Winston back there, they’re going to be able to score enough to cover this spread against the talent wasteland that is the Carolina offense. Saints by -6.0.

Houston Texans at New York Jets - 1PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Houston Texans-189-3.5 (-110)O33.0 (-110)
New York Jets+155+3.5 (-110)U33.0 (-110)

Zach Wilson might actually have a big game against this awful Houston Texans passing defense (26th), but likely not big enough of a game to keep up with the C.J. Stroud rocket ship. The Jets have a solid defense and the Texans are without Tank Dell, but the Texans have been able to move the ball on anyone with their second-ranked passing attack. Take the Texans at a slightly disrespectful -3.5 points.

Los Angeles Rams at Baltimore Ravens  - 1PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Los Angeles Rams+275+7.5 (-110)O40.0 (-110)
Baltimore Ravens-357-7.5 (-110)U40.0 (-110)

This is the second-biggest spread of the day, and it’s pretty surprising considering L.A.’s recent form. The Ravens are coming off of a bye, but the question is whether or not the Rams have enough talent to keep this relatively close. At the least, they will get a chance for a garbage time touchdown for the backdoor cover here. Take the +7.5 points for the Rams. 

Minnesota Vikings at Las Vegas Raiders - 4:05PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Minnesota Vikings-161-3.0 (-110)O40.5 (-110)
Las Vegas Raiders+135+3.0 (-110)U40.5 (-110)

This spread feels a tad large for the Vikings considering they just lost to the Bears in pretty embarrassing fashion. But hey, that’s the Justin Jefferson effect. The best wideout in the game makes his return, and we’d expect Josh Dobbs to go to him early and often. Brian Flores will wreak havoc for Raiders rookie QB Aidan O’Connell as well. Vikings by -3.0 points.

Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers - 4:05PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Seattle Seahawks+525+13.0 (-110)O46.5 (-110)
San Francisco 49ers-769-13.0 (-110)U46.5 (-110)

The sportsbooks really don’t want anyone to bet on the 49ers. They’ve pushed the line so high that it’s unbettable. We’ve seen what Drew Lock can do. And that’s nothing. So, if Geno Smith doesn’t play, roll with the Niners, because this one will be done early. But if Smith plays, Seattle can definitely keep it close enough to cover a massive number like this. Take Seahawks +13.0 at -110 odds.

Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs - 4:25PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Buffalo Bills-105+1.0 (-115)O48.5 (-110)
Kansas City Chiefs-115-1.0 (-105)U48.5 (-110)

Neither of these teams have been up to their usual standards this year. It’s not often you get a true pick ‘em anymore, and this is one. The value here would seem to be on the Chiefs, who have the better defense, and are at home with enticing odds. Take Kansas City at -1.0 point.

Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers - 4:25PM

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal
Denver Broncos+120+2.5 (-105)O44.0 (-110)
Los Angeles Chargers-143-2.5 (-115)U44.0 (-110)

This spread is a head scratcher considering the Chargers have zero home field advantage playing in L.A. and the Broncos have been playing way better ball lately. Did their 6-0 win against the Patriots last week convince someone of something? Is this the Justin Herbert effect? Either way, take the Broncos at +2.5.

Alex is a recent graduate of Ryerson's Sport Media program in 2019 and has been contributing to BettingTop10 since 2020. He has worked in the field of sports and sports betting for several years, including stops writing for theScore and daily fantasy sports website FantasyPros as one of the lead NBA news writers. A dedicated sports fan and experienced sports bettor, Alex has the knowledge to provide you with the best betting advice and the sneakiest props no matter what the sport may be.