The race for the postseason will be in full swing by the time the Week 14 NFL schedule rolls around. With just four games to go every game is going to be important, and there is bound to be plenty of movement in the division standings are many rivals will be playing for the second time of the 2015 NFL season.
Like last week, all 32 NFL teams will be in action with the majority taking place on Sunday afternoon. Among the games bound to attract the most attention that day will be the Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles (4:25pm), Kansas City Chiefs at Arizona Cardinals (4:05pm), and even Baltimore going to Miami (1pm) could end up being a great game that will impact the AFC playoff picture.
Check out the full schedule for Week 14 below complete with current spreads and info about watching the games on TV. NFLSeasonSchedules.com also provides a little bit of focus on the primetime games which you are definitely going to want to be tuned in for once Week 14 rolls around!
Thursday Night Football - Week 14
Thursday Night Football will break from the norm this week as they go away from the theme of division based matchups when the Dallas Cowboys head north to tangle with the Chicago Bears at 8:25pm ET. We hope you've got NFL Network for this game as CBS will not provide coverage of this one as they did for TNF games during the first half of the season.
Both teams played last season during Week 14 however it was for Monday Night Football instead. The Bears romped all over the Cowboys, 45-28, with back-up QB Josh McCown at the helm. Cutler should be back for this game, and the Cowboys will surely be ready as they played Thanksgiving Day football which allows them a full week to prepare for this Thursday Night Football game.
Sunday Night Football - Week 14
The New England Patriots and San Diego Chargers have had some very meaningful matchups in recent seasons including a few in the playoffs. Their regular season meeting in 2015 could also have a big impact and we'll get lucky to watch it all go down on Sunday Night Football beginning at 8:25pm ET on NBC.
Expect for Tom Brady to be Tom Brady, and if Philip Rivers is the QB he has the potential to be, this game is going to be one for the ages. Check back in Week 14 to see the spread and other NFL betting odds for this game.
Monday Night Football - Week 14
It could be a very explosive night in Green Bay for Monday Night Football when the Atlanta Falcons make the trip north to go toe-to-toe with Packers at 8:30pm ET (ESPN) to cap off Week 14. This matchup has the potential to pit the the top team in the NFC North vs. the top team in the NFC South meaning this could be preview of a 2015 playoff matchup!
The previous matchup will have been exactly one year to the day and that was a very tight game narrowly won by the Packers, 22-21. Aaron Rodgers didn't play in that game due to a broken collarbone; Matt Flynn got the start at QB.