NFL Week 14 QB Matchups Betting Preview, Odds & Picks for Every Game

NFL Week 14 QB Matchups Betting Preview, Odds & Picks for Every Game

Written by on December 6, 2022

It’s time to take a look at the quarterback matchups for Week 14 of the NFL season. We’ll also give you a brief look at the NFL Betting, along with our predictions.

 

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Las Vegas Raiders (-6) @ Los Angeles Rams

Derek Carr and the Raiders are on a roll. Josh Jacobs and Davante Adams are sparking the Las Vegas Raiders.

The Rams are a mess, and John Wolford is now under center as Matthew Stafford is probably done for the season. The Raiders win this one and cover the spread on Thursday night.

 

New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills (-9.5)

The Bills are finally able to play in Buffalo, and they’ll be out for revenge against the New York Jets. Josh Allen needs to eliminate late-game mistakes if the Bills want to make the Super Bowl.

Mike White has thrown for 300 yards in his two starts. We don’t see that happening in this one. Buffalo wins, but won’t cover the spread.

 

Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals (-6)

Deshaun Watson looked rusty in his first game in two seasons. Joe Burrow has the Bengals rolling, and they’re looking to make a return to the Super Bowl again this season.

The Bengals haven’t lost since the Browns destroyed them on Halloween. The Cleveland defense is playing better but won’t be able to stop the Bengals. Cincinnati wins by 10.

 

Houston Texans @ Dallas Cowboys (-17)

That’s right; the spread is 17 points! Dallas has been on a roll, and their offense is playing well. So is the defense. Dak Prescott now has a full arsenal of weapons, and he’s taking advantage of that.

Kyle Allen has been abysmal since taking over for Davis Mills. Dallas wins, but we’re not sure about the 17 points.

 

Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions (-1)

The 5-7 Lions are favored over the 10-2 Vikings. Kirk Cousins just keeps making plays, while Jared Goff has been phenomenal over the last few weeks. These two always play close games. The Vikings outlast the Lions.

 

Philadelphia Eagles (-7) @ New York Giants

Jalen Hurts could be the league MVP. Daniel Jones is playing well, but the Giants aren’t playing as well as they were to start the season. These two teams will meet twice in the next two weeks. Philadelphia will win, but it will be by a field goal.

 

Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers (-3)

Tyler Huntley will more than likely be under center for the Ravens, as it’s doubtful that Lamar Jackson plays. The Steelers have been enjoying the fruits of Kenny Pickett’s improvement. The Steelers have won two in a row, but we think Baltimore finds a way to win this one.

 

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans (-3.5)

Trevor Lawrence continues to improve, but the Jags still have a long way to go. Ryan Tannehill misses AJ Brown, so we think that we’ll see a lot of Derrick Henry this week. Tennessee gets back to their winning ways and beats Jacksonville by a touchdown.

 

Kansas City Chiefs (-9) @ Denver Broncos

The Broncos have one of the league’s best secondaries and defense, but Russell Wilson has been a huge disappointment. Patrick Mahomes continues to play at a high level. Denver knows that their season is over. The Chiefs win by 10.

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ San Francisco 49ers (-3.5)

Now that Jimmy Garoppolo is out for the season, it looks like Brock Purdy is the Niners’ quarterback for the rest of the way. Tom Brady led the Bucs on another huge comeback on Monday Night Football.

Purdy will have his hands full with the Bucs’ defense. San Francisco sneaks away with a win but won’t cover.

 

Carolina Panthers @ Seattle Seahawks (-3)

The Panthers released Baker Mayfield, so this looks like Sam Darnold’s team from here on out. Geno Smith has been great this season, and the Seahawks don’t miss Russell Wilson. Seattle wins by a touchdown.

 

Miami Dolphins (-3) @ Los Angeles Chargers

Many experts still say the Dolphins made a mistake when they took Tua Tagovailoa over Justin Herbert. We’ll see these two battle on Sunday night.

Herbert has run into some tough situations this season. Tagovailoa hurt his ankle last week, but we think he’ll play. Miami wins and covers.

 

New England Patriots (-1) @ Arizona Cardinals

Mac Jones and the Patriots just keep finding ways to win. Kyler Murray and the Cardinals just keep finding ways to lose. New England wins this one on Monday night.

 
 

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