NFL Preview – Week 14

NFL Betting

NFL Preview – Week 14

The Wolf previews Week 14 of the NFL. The Wolf’s best bet is the Panthers +3 as home underdogs in a must-win game over the in-form Vikings.

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Best Bets

New Orleans @ Atlanta
(Fri 12:25pm)
Atlanta ($1.91)
Dallas @ New York Giants
(Mon 5am)
Dallas -4 ($1.91)
Minnesota @ Carolina
(Mon 5am)
Carolina +3 ($1.87)
Chicago @ Cincinnati
(Mon 5am)
 Chicago +6 ($1.95)
Green Bay @ Cleveland
(Mon 5am)
Cleveland +3 ($2)
San Francisco @ Houston
(Mon 5am)
San Francisco +3 ($1.83)
Oakland @ Kansas City
(Mon 5am)
Oakland +4 ($1.91)
Detroit @ Tampa Bay
(Mon 5am)
 Tampa Bay +3 ($1.83)
Indianapolis @ Buffalo
(Mon 5am)
Under 39.5 ($1.91)
Tennessee @ Arizona
(Mon 8:05am)
Tennessee -3 ($1.95)
New York Jets @ Denver
(Mon 8:05am)
Denver ($1.95)
Washington @ Los Angeles Chargers
(Mon 8:05am)
Los Angeles Chargers -6 ($1.91)
Seattle @ Jacksonville
(Mon 8:25am)
Seattle +2.5 ($1.91)
Philadelphia @ Los Angeles Rams
(Mon 8:25am)
Philadelphia +2.5 ($1.91)
Baltimore @ Pittsburgh
(Mon 12:30pm)
Baltimore +5 ($1.91)
New England @ Miami
(Tues 12:30pm)
New England -11 ($1.91)

NFL Match Previews

New Orleans @ Atlanta – (Fri 12:25pm)
The final team line-ups will have a huge impact on this crucial NFC South clash. The Saints currently sit on top at 9-3, while the playoff hopes could be dashed for the 7-5 Falcons if they lose to the Saints in Thursday Night Football. The Saints will be sweating on the fitness of top corner back Marshon Lattimore, who missed last week’s clash against the Panthers and will be need to be at 100% to stop Julio Jones. The Saints also have a few other injury concerns surrounding the likes of Terron Armstead and Mark Ingram. Once again late team news will be vital here. The Falcons top corner Desmond Trufant has passed the concussion protocol and will look to make a big impact here. It’s a real toss of the coin job, but The Wolf has settled on the desperate Falcons at home. The Falcons are 6-1 ATS in their last 7 Thursday games and will lift for the big occasion against their divisional rivals.
Best: Atlanta ($1.91)

Baltimore @ Pittsburgh – (Mon 12:30pm)
The Steelers could be in a flat spot here after an intense AFC North battle against the Bengals. They’ll need to lift again this week for another AFC North opponent and will have to do it without the services of Ryan Shazier, who suffered a sickening back injury in the win over the Bengals. The Steelers looked lost without Shazier and it should mean success for the likes of Alex Collins, Danny Woodhead and Ben Watson. The Ravens defence is the real deal and they should be able to limit the damage done by Le’Veon Bell on the ground. Stopping Antonio Brown without the services of their top corner Jimmy Smith could be a bigger problem. The Ravens are 4-1-1 ATS in their last 6 meetings against the Steelers and are 10-2 ATS in their last 12 against AFC North opponents. The spread looks too high here for the Steelers to cover.
Best: Baltimore +5 ($1.91)

New England @ Miami – (Tues 12:30pm)
It’s a tricky number this week, but it’s impossible to trust Jay Cutler and the Dolphins despite their 35-9 win over the Broncos last week. The Patriots are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 meetings over the Dolphins, and are 10-1 ATS against a team with a losing record. They’ll be without the suspended Rob Gronkowski for a week, but will it make any difference? The Patriots defeated the Dolphins by 35-17 only two weeks ago, with Tom Brady throwing four touchdowns and should be able to utilise his other receiving weapons like Brandon Cooks and Chris Hogan (if he returns from injury) in Gronk’s absence. Brady v Cutler. The Wolf knows where his money is going.
Best: New England -11 ($1.91)

The Wolf’s Best Bets: 91-91-7