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NFL odds, betting picks and promos: Week 14 preview

WEEK 14 of the NFL season is here, and with the regular season winding down, teams are competing more than ever for those playoff spots. 

Below, we have our three best bets for this week’s slate.

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⏩ Quick picks for Week 14 of the NFL season

NFL Week 14 picks

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🏆 Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New England Patriots: Steelers -6 (-110) | (DraftKings)

Kicking things off on Thursday Night Football, we have the Steelers and Patriots. If you’re a fan of offense, this won’t be the game for you, as the Steelers will have backup Mitchell Trubisky under center, and the Patriots, well, haven’t scored points really all season.

The Steelers scored 10 in their home loss to the Cardinals, and the Patriots scored zero in their home loss to the Chargers, allowing only six points. 

Here, we’re taking the Steelers -6. Of course, with two teams like this that are down offensively, six points is a massive number. Still, the Patriots offense will be led again by quarterback Bailey Zappe, who completed 13 of 25 passes for just over 140 yards last week against one of the worst defenses in the NFL. 

Here, the Steelers have an excellent pass rush and average about one interception per game, putting Zappe in a difficult matchup, to say the least. 

Look for Zappe to make mistakes here as the Steelers and their plethora of weapons, including Jaylen Warren and Najee Harris out of the backfield, to muster up enough offense to cover this number. 

After all, the Steelers may only need 10 points to cover this number given the Patriots struggles lately. 

🏈 Bet on Steelers -6 at -110 with DraftKings 🏈

🏆 Indianapolis Colts vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Colts ML (-114) | (BetRivers)

Don’t look now, but the Colts are 7-5 and have won four straight games. Next up, they’re on the road against a Bengals team that handled the Jaguars in Week 13 with Jake Browning under center. 

However, the Jaguars defense is a bit easier on opposing quarterbacks than the Colts who allow an average of 239 passing yards, one touchdown, and one interception per game. 

The Bengals allow an average of close to 270 passing yards, 1.17 touchdowns, and one interception per game to opposing quarterbacks. 

There’s no secret the Bengals have the better options, but Gardner Minshew has been playing excellent football over the past two weeks, throwing for at least 250 yards in back-to-back starts, including 312 including overtime against the Titans last week. 

Browning played great against the Jaguars, but in Week 12 against the Steelers, he had 227 passing yards, one touchdown, and one interception, and the offense didn’t do much. 

This game is basically a pick ‘em at most sportsbooks, and here, we’re going to side with the Colts, who should have the better quarterback play in what will be a gritty game. Expect a finish of something like 20-17 or 17-14. It’s going to be close. 

🏈 Bet on Colts moneyline at -114 with BetRivers  🏈

🏆 Miami Dolphins vs. Tennessee Titans: Dolphins -13.5 (-110) | (BetMGM)

Finally, rounding out our best bets for this week, we’re laying the points with the Dolphins against the Titans. 

Over their past three games, the Titans are allowing 25 points, 241 passing yards, and 93 rushing yards per game. 

These are actually fairly decent numbers, but the problem is, in that same stretch, their offense, particularly the passing attack, which will be needed for this game, is averaging just 177 yards per game. 

The Dolphins scored 45 in their last game and are averaging 32 points per game this season. At home, they’re averaging close to 39. 

The Titans have some weapons with DeAndre Hopkins and Derrick Henry out of the backfield, but this Titans secondary is about to be put in a blender with all of the speed the Dolphins have.

Look for the Dolphins to win this one, 35-17. The Titans offense won’t be able to compete.

🏈 Bet on Dolphins -13.5 at BetMGM 🏈

The statistics used above are courtesy of Pro Football Focus. 

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