NFL Week 14: Patriots-Chiefs in AFC Championship Rematch

At some point, the New England Patriots dynasty will actually come to an end. That end may be coming soon, after the Patriots lost 28-22 to the Houston Texans (+3.5 at home) on Sunday Night Football – but nobody’s ready to stick that fork in the defending champions just yet. And for the fifth straight week, the Patriots find themselves in the marquee matchup on the NFL lines at Bovada Sportsbook.

2019 NFL Week 14 Best Odds and Matchups

1. Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots (Sunday, 4:25 PM ET, CBS)

The Patriots (10-2 SU, 7-5 ATS) are laying three points on the NFL odds board to the visiting Chiefs (8-4 SU, 7-5 ATS), who would love to get some revenge after falling to New England in overtime during last year’s Conference Championships.

2. San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints (Sunday, 1 PM ET, FOX)

It was also a tough week for the Niners (10-2 SU, 7-4-1 ATS), who coughed up the NFC lead when they lost 20-17 to the Baltimore Ravens as 6-point road dogs. They’ll stay on the road to take on New Orleans (10-2 SU, 8-4 ATS), the new No. 1 team in the conference, with the NFL betting odds favoring the Saints by 2.5 points.

3. Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams (Sunday, 8:20 PM ET, NBC)

The Seahawks (10-2 SU, 7-5 ATS) have vaulted over San Francisco for first place in the NFC West. The Rams (7-5 SU, 8-4 ATS) are third, but at least they’re back in a Wild Card spot, and they have a puncher’s chance as 1.5-point home dogs against Seattle.

4. Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills (Sunday, 1 PM ET, CBS)

Say hello to the new Super Bowl favorites. The Ravens (10-2 SU, 6-5-1 ATS) have already beaten five of the six aforementioned teams – they haven’t played New Orleans – and they’re healthy 6-point road favorites against the Bills (9-3 SU, 8-3-1 ATS), who could actually win the AFC East this year.

5. Dallas Cowboys at Chicago Bears (Thursday, 8:20 PM ET, FOX)

Back-to-back losses to New England and Buffalo haven’t knocked the Cowboys (6-6 SU, 7-5 ATS) out of the NFC East lead. But they can’t afford many more slip-ups, especially when they head into Solider Field to take on the Bears (6-6 SU, 3-9 ATS) as 3-point road favorites.

6. Tennessee Titans at Oakland Raiders (Sunday, 4:25 PM ET, CBS)

Quarterback changes provide golden opportunities to bet on the NFL, and the Titans (7-5 SU, ATS) have made the most of it, going 5-1 SU and 4-1-1 ATS since making the switch from Marcus Mariota to Ryan Tannehill. They’re laying three points to the slumping Raiders (6-6 SU and ATS) at the Coliseum.

7. Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings (Sunday, 1 PM ET, FOX)

As usual, supporters of the Vikings (8-4 SU, 6-6 ATS) are doubting themselves after yet another crazy loss to Seattle. They still have a Wild Card berth well in hand, though, and the Lions (3-8-1 SU, 5-7 ATS) aren’t likely to provide much resistance Sunday as 13-point road dogs.

8. Pittsburgh Steelers at Arizona Cardinals (Sunday, 4:25 PM ET, CBS)

Is this real life? Third-string QB Devlin “Duck” Hodges will make his third start for the Steelers (7-5 SU, 6-4-2 ATS) this week, looking for his third victory as a pro. His chances are good with Pittsburgh laying three points to the Cardinals (3-8-1 SU, 7-4-1 ATS), who have lost five straight games to fall out of playoff contention.

9. Indianapolis Colts at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Sunday, 1 PM ET, CBS)

It’s getting close to do-or-die for both the Colts (6-6 SU, 6-5-1 ATS) and the Buccaneers (5-7 SU, 4-8 ATS), although the situation is obviously worse in Tampa Bay, where the Bucs are favored by three points on what should be a hot afternoon at Raymond James Stadium.

10. New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (Monday, 8:15 PM ET, ESPN)

As Dallas threatens to fall apart, the Eagles (5-7 SU, 4-8 ATS) continue to stay within range in the NFC East – and they shouldn’t have too much trouble getting back to .500 at the expense of the Giants (2-10 SU, 4-8 ATS), with Big Blue getting 9.5 points on Monday Night Football.