NFL Week 14 Report – Mahomes Fury, Dallas Shock Philly

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We’re 14 weeks down in the 2023 NFL regular season and Sports Hub is here to provide you with your NFL Week 14 Report. The playoffs are in sight and teams across the league will be fighting to secure their spots for the postseason during the final few remaining weeks. 

Patrick Mahomes has stolen the headlines this week after he was furious following a late penalty call that stopped the Kansas City Chiefs from beating the Buffalo Bills. Meanwhile, the Dallas Cowboys recorded a statement win over NFC East rivals the Philadelphia Eagles to move to 10-3. 

A host of our experts smashed the bookies once again this week. As always, I will be summarizing our top NFL cappers over the past few days. So, let’s get things started in my NFL Week 14 Report. 

NFL Week 14 Report – Seth Cohen Goes 3-0

33 cappers turned a profit on NFL Sunday during Week 14. A total of 22 of our experts won 100% of their picks. Once again, Sports Hub proves that it has the most reliable bettors around. 

Seth Cohen hits the headlines in my NFL Week 14 Report after he went 3-0 on NFL Sunday to earn $300. He correctly backed both the New York Jets and the Dallas Cowboys to cover against the Houston Texans and the Eagles respectively. He also correctly called the over in the Colts-Bengals game. 

Bill Blatt and Reggie Garrett both had a superb Sunday, too, as they both earned $290 each, boasting a 4-1 record. The Prez also had great success, winning 100% of his two picks to net a $200 profit. He is on fire with his totals picks, winning his last five successive selections in this market in the NFL. 

Two regular Sports Hub experts had successful Sundays as well. Both Ben Miller and Robert Ferguson won 75% of their picks. They went 3-1 with their four selections to earn a solid $190 a piece. 

Let’s take a look at the top cappers from Monday Night Football in my NFL Week 14 Report. 

Monday Night Football Top Cappers 

It has been some time since we have had a MNF doubleheader. However, we had two games on the schedule yesterday. We saw two surprise victories as the Tennessee Titans beat the Miami Dolphins 28-27 and the New York Giants defeated the Green Bay Packers 24-22. 

Our handicappers were able to make the most out of the first MNF doubleheader since Week 3. 

Here’s our top cappers from the Monday Night Football doubleheader:

  • 12 of our cappers had 100% records for MNF
  • Knup Sports and Ross Walker both went 2-0 to earn $200 each. Ross correctly had both the underdogs in the Giants and the Titans to cover the spread. 
  • Regular Experts: A number of familiar faces turned a profit on MNF. The likes of Bobby Babowksi, Gino Russo, Frankie the Fan and Sports Central all earned a $100 profit each. 

NFL Week 14 Report – Trending News

It’s time to take a look at the latest trending news now in my NFL Week 14 Report. Of course, the NFL served up another set of intriguing storylines. 

Mahomes and the Chiefs were enraged by a late penalty call in their defeat to the Bills. Dallas recorded a comprehensive victory over the Eagles, whilst Zach Wilson proved himself in a fantastic triumph over the Texans. 

The Baltimore Ravens lead the AFC after moving to 10-3 with an overtime win over the Los Angeles Rams. Backup punt returner Tylan Wallace was the unlikely hero as he scored a touchdown to win the game 37-31. 

Looking over to the NFC, the San Francisco 49ers were able to clinch a playoff berth after they defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-16. They needed the Giants to defeat the Packers on MNF and the G-Men delivered. The Niners have become the first team to secure their spot in the postseason. 

Here are some highlights in my NFL Week 14 Report: 

  • Maddened Mahomes: Chiefs signal caller Mahomes was infuriated by a late penalty call in their game with the Bills. The call meant that Kansas City would lose 20-17 to Josh Allen and Buffalo. Travis Kelce almost pulled off an incredible play that eventually ended in a touchdown for Kadarius Toney. However, the referee penalized Toney for standing offside before the ball was snapped. The Chiefs have now lost four of their last six games and move to 8-5. 
  • Cowboys move ahead of Eagles: Sunday Night Football served up a real treat this week. Dallas comfortably beat Philly 33-13 at AT&T Stadium as their offense continues to prosper. It should be an interesting battle for the top seed in the NFC as the Cowboys, Eagles and Niners all boast a record of 10-3. However, it’s San Francisco who appear to be the favorites for the No.1 seed for now. 
  • Zach Wilson got that dawg in him: The New York Jets QB situation has been a tumultuous one this year. From Rodgers’ injury in Week One, to Wilson being benched, to then being renamed the starter. After initial rumors that Wilson didn’t want to play during Week 14, he was able to lead his team to a dominant 30-6 win over the Texans. Wilson put in a great performance as well, throwing for 301 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions. He completed 75% of his passes and had a passer rating of 117.9. 
  • The Browns: Cleveland is trending after their defense continues to impress. They beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 31-27 on Sunday to move to 8-5. The Browns D forced Trevor Lawrence to throw three picks, with Martin Emerson Jr. getting two of them on his own. Joe Flacco also threw three touchdowns as the veteran helped Cleveland to the win. 

A look To Our Week 15 NFL Report

To conclude my NFL Week 14 Report, I will take you through what you need to look out for during Week 15. After the Niners became the first team to secure a playoff berth last week, many teams across the league will start to seal their place in the postseason over the coming weeks. 

Let’s take a look at what’s coming up in Week 15: 

  • Thursday Night Football: The 5-8 Los Angeles Chargers head to Vegas to take on the 5-8 Raiders on TNF this week. I know, another Trash Night Football looks to be on the cards. It’s not been a great season at all for the Chargers and that’s been worsened with the news that Justin Herbert is out for the season after undergoing surgery to repair his broken finger. Playoff hopes for either team look slim. 
  • NFL Saturday: We’re used to college football on a Saturday but Week 15 signals the start of NFL Saturday games for the final few weeks of the season. NFL fans can enjoy a tripleheader this Saturday, with Vikings-Bengals, Steelers-Colts and Broncos-Lions on the schedule. 
  • NFL Sunday: Bettors can still enjoy a hectic schedule on NFL Sunday during Week 15, too. There are seven games on during the early window, whilst the late window has three on display. That includes a blockbuster clash between Dallas and Buffalo. With some big divisional games on show as well, expect even more drama during the crunch time of the season. 
  • Sunday Night Football: The weekend’s football action will conclude with a salivating AFC matchup between the Ravens and the Jaguars. The Jags have lost two on the bounce and are just one win ahead of the Texans in the AFC South. The Ravens will be looking to consolidate their lead atop the conference. 
  • Monday Night Football: Week 15 will finish with Eagles-Seahawks on MNF. It’s been a disaster in Seattle lately and they will be aiming to break a four-match winless streak to keep their playoff hopes alive. It’s also a crucial game for Philly who have lost two in a row. 

That’s all I’ve got time for in my NFL Week 14 Report. I hope you had some success with last week’s NFL bets and are continuing to prepare for yet another significant week of football ahead. There’s plenty to watch out for in Week 15 and I already can’t wait for it to get started. I’ll see you next week for all the latest updates around the NFL. Good luck with your picks!