Another NFL Super Sunday is on its way, and here at The Sports Fan Journal, we’re on hand to deliver you all of the betting spreads and moneyline betting odds for all of the games.
It’s game week 14, and things are starting to take shape in all of the respective conferences as the playoffs edge ever-closer.
There’s no Sports Fan Journal Podcast this week, but our tremendous trio will be back next week for more spread picks, analysis and banter for you to enjoy. In the meantime, you can go back and listen to our Thanksgiving Special if you missed it.
In the meantime, let’s take a look at all of the NFL Game Week 14 spreads and betting odds courtesy of our friends over at FanDuel.
But first, a look back to Thursday’s game…
Thursday reflection - Steelers @ Vikings
The Thursday game this week saw the Pittsburg Steller travel up to Minnesota to take on the Vikings at the U.S Bank Stadium.
The Steelers started off slow and failed to put up any points in the first two quarters, finding themselves down 0-23 at halftime. They went on to edge out the third quarter 7-6 and stormed the Vikings in the final quarter, putting up a staggering 21 points against the Vikings’ 7.
Ultimately though, the damage had been done in the first quarter, and so the Steelers left Minnesota empty-handed. The Steelers are now 6-6-1 for the season, while the Vikings sit 6-7.
NFL betting spreads and odds - Game Week 14
Below, you can find all of the betting spreads and moneyline odds for all of the NFL games taking place this Sunday. This week, all of the spreads and odds have been brought to you by FanDuel.
Las Vegas Raiders @ Kansas City Cheifs
Raiders: Spread: +10 | Moneyline: +360
Cheifs: Spread: -10 | Moneyline: -460
New Orleans Saints @ New York Jets
Saints: Spread: -5.5 | Moneyline: -235
Jets: Spread: +5.5 | Moneyline: +194
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans
Jags: Spread: +8.5 | Moneyline: +350
Titans: Spread: -8.5| Moneyline: -450
Baltimore Ravens @ Cleveland Browns
Ravers: Spread: +2.5 | Moneyline: +132
Browns: Spread: -2.5 | Moneyline: -156
Atlanta Falcons @ Carolina Panthers
Falcons: Spread: +2.5 | Moneyline: +116
Panthers: Spread: -2.5 | Moneyline: -136
Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Football Team
Cowboys: Spread: -4.5 | Moneyline: -210
Football Team: Spread: +4.5 | Moneyline: +176
Seattle Seahawks @ Houston Texans
Seahawks: Spread: -8.5 | Moneyline: -390
Texans: Spread: +8.5 | Moneyline: +310
Detroit Lions @ Denver Broncos
Lions: Spread: +10 | Moneyline: +400
Broncos: Spread: -10 | Moneyline: -520
New York Giants @ Los Angeles Chargers
Giants: Spread: +9 | Moneyline: +320
Chargers: Spread: -9 | Moneyline: -405
San Francisco 49ers @ Cincinnati Bengals
49ers: Spread: -1.5 | Moneyline: -130
Bengals: Spread: +1.5 | Moneyline: +110
Buffalo Bills @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Bills: Spread: +3.5| Moneyline: +150
Bucs: Spread: -3.5 | Moneyline: -178
Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers
Bears: Spread: +12 | Moneyline: +480
Packers: Spread: -12 | Moneyline: -650
Monday Night Football betting spreads and moneyline odds
Los Angeles Rams @ Arizona Cardinals
Rams: Spread: +2 | Moneyline: +116
Cards: Spread: -2 | Moneyline: -136
Michael McKean is an experienced writer with a portfolio that includes work on the subjects of sport, gambling, travel and finance. With a background rooted in journalism, Michael first ventured into the professional writing world based in Switzerland, where he wrote for a number of language and travel sites and magazines before moving into the world of sports writing and gambling sites.
As an avid soccer fan, who follows everything from the Scottish lower leagues to the European elites, he has earned himself a solid reputation as a reliable football betting tipster and predictor. Outside of work, Michael has always gotten involved with grassroutes football everywhere he has worked and lived - UK, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland and Brazil - and still isn’t shy when it comes to pulling the boots on himself. As well as soccer, he has also developed a love of North American sports, particularly ice hockey - a love which began in Switzerland and saw him venture across the pond to follow the NHL. Moving away from dry land, he’s also a keen longboard surfer and is happiest when writing with a view of the ocean.