2010 NFL Week 14 Lines – Week Fourteen Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: December 11th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)

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Complete List of Week 14 NFL Lines Can Be Found Below

Week 14 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 14 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 14 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

Seasons very well could be on the line in Week 14 of the NFL schedule, as we are getting closer and closer to the end of the campaign. A number of teams are probably starting four week stretches in which they have to win out to be one of the 12 teams vying for the Lombardi Trophy in January and February.

One of those teams is clearly the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts have watched, as QB Peyton Manning has tossed an inexplicable 11 picks in his last three games combined. Manning has clearly struggled, but it’s not like the rest of the team has been innocent in this three game skid. Indy is now a game back with just four to play in the AFC South, and it is a three point favorite on Thursday Night Football against the Tennessee Titans, who might be playing for their Head Coach, Jeff Fisher’s job.

We immediately jump from the first game of the weekend to the final game of the weekend to make NFL picks on. The Baltimore Ravens certainly aren’t in a must win spot right now, as they are 8-4 and still two games up on the field for the final Wild Card spot in the AFC South. However, the Houston Texans are on life support right now at 5-7 for the fourth straight season under Head Coach Gary Kubiak. This is typically the time of year that Kubiak and company turn it on, especially last year, when the team won its final four games. This is going to be a significantly tougher task though, as the Ravens have one of hte best teams in the NFL. If Houston wins this one, it could be back within a game of perhaps its only potential playoff spot, the AFC South title. If it does so though, it is going to have to do it as a three point underdog at home.

No team needs a win on Sunday like the San Diego Chargers. The Bolts inexplicably fell to the Oakland Raiders last weekend at home as two TD favorites, and they’ll have to avoid that same sort of fate this weekend when the Kansas City Chiefs come to town. The Chiefs actually look like they can become the first team to clinch a playoff berth this year, and not the first team to choke their spot away. An upset in this one parlayed with a loss by the Oakland Raiders against the Jacksonville Jaguars eliminates the Chargers from playoff contention and moves KC within just one win or an Oakland loss of winning the division. Still, the oddsmakers remember what it was like to see San Diego roll off so many games at the end of last season (and the season before… and the season before that… oh, and the season before that as well), and they have lined it as a seven point underdog even though it is two games back in the AFC West.

The San Francisco 49ers are in the same sort of predicament. They are only at 4-8, but the co-division leading Seattle Seahawks are in town this weekend. A loss officially eliminates the Niners from the playoffs and probably immediately hands Head Coach Mike Singletary his pink slip once and for all. A win probably puts San Fran just a game back in the NFC West, as the St. Louis Rams are the biggest underdogs on the board this weekend at +9 against the New Orleans Saints. As for the 49ers? They are favored by 4.5 at home against a Seattle team that finally woke up in the second half last week against the Carolina Panthers.

As for those Panthers, they have to contend with one of the best teams in the NFL this week, as the Atlanta Falcons are paying a visit to Tobacco Road. Carolina looks like an absolutely helpless team right now, and there might not be any way out of this predicament of having the No. 1 overall pick in next year’s NBA Draft. The Falcons are still flying high though, and this week doesn’t seem to be anything more than a bump on the schedule. They are 7.5 point favorites and are expected to roll to within just two more wins of the top seed in the NFC side of the playoffs.

2010 NFL Football Week 14 Lines @ Oddsmaker Sportsbook (as of 12/7/10):
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Week 14 NFL Odds for Thursday, 12/9/10

101 Indianapolis Colts -3
102 Tennessee Titans +3
Over/Under 46

Week 14 Lines for Sunday, 12/12/10

105 Oakland Raiders +3.5
106 Jacksonville Jaguars -3.5
Over/Under 42

107 Cincinnati Bengals +8
108 Pittsburgh Steelers -8
Over/Under 39

109 New England Patriots -2
110 Chicago Bears +2
Over/Under 38.5

111 Cleveland Browns +1
112 Buffalo Bills -1
Over/Under 39

113 New York Giants -3
114 Minnesota Vikings +3
Over/Under 43

115 Green Bay Packers -6.5
116 Detroit Lions +6.5
Over/Under 47

117 Atlanta Falcons -7
118 Carolina Panthers +7
Over/Under 42.5

119 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -1.5
120 Washington Redskins +1.5
Over/Under 41

121 St. Louis Rams +8.5
122 New Orleans Saints -8.5
Over/Under 41

123 Seattle Seahawks +5
124 San Francisco 49ers -5
Over/Under 41.5

125 Miami Dolphins +5
126 New York Jets -5
Over/Under 39

127 Denver Broncos -4
128 Arizona Cardinals +4
Over/Under 42.5

129 Kansas City Chiefs +9
130 San Diego Chargers -9
Over/Under 45

131 Philadelphia Eagles -3.5
132 Dallas Cowboys +3.5
Over/Under 51

Week 14 Spreads for Monday, 12/13/10

133 Baltimore Ravens -3
134 Houston Texans +3
Over/Under 46

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