Week 14 NFL Futures Report

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Attention! You’re running out of time to place your NFL futures bets! Make sure you take a look at Sports Hub’s Week 14 NFL Futures Report to find out the best markets to target as we head towards the end of the 2023 regular season. 

We’ve got three 10-3 teams leading the NFC and so the race for the No.1 seed looks set to go down to the wire. With just four weeks left of the regular season to go, there is plenty still yet to be determined. Division winners, No.1 seeds and Wild Card spots, it’s an extremely significant part of the campaign. 

Players across the league will be looking to finish off the season in style and their performances will still have a big say in how futures will pan out. So, let’s get into my Week 14 NFL Futures Report to find out everything you need to know as we head towards the end of the season. 

Week 14 NFL Futures – Top Markets 

Both rookie awards look set to be wrapped up already. C.J. Stroud is a shocking -20000 to win Offensive Rookie of the Year award! Even Jalen Carter is dominating the Defensive Rookie of the Year market and is priced at -600 to win. 

However, the race to win both Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year awards is still competitive. Therefore, over the past few weeks, I have been analyzing the odds for these markets. 

Take a look at the full list of markets I will be examining in Week 14 NFL futures:

  • Super Bowl Winner 
  • AFC Champion
  • NFC Champion
  • MVP 
  • Offensive Player of the Year
  • Defensive Player of the Year

Super Bowl Winner

There has been quite the shift in odds for the Super Bowl market from Week 13 to Week 14. The San Francisco 49ers remain the favorite to lift the Lombardi Trophy this season. Take a look at the prices for the top-ten contenders after Week 13:

  • San Francisco 49ers (+310)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+500)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+600)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+650)
  • Miami Dolphins (+700)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+900)
  • Detroit Lions (+1600)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+2000)
  • Buffalo Bills (+3500)
  • Houston Texans (+4500)

It has been a bad couple of weeks for the Philadelphia Eagles. Their price to win the Super Bowl got longer from Week 12 to Week 13 after their heavy defeat to the Niners. However, they have gotten even longer from +500 to +700 after suffering back-to-back losses. Pilly were beaten comprehensively in a NFC East matchup with the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday and that has made a big impact on Week 14 NFL futures. 

Here are the updated Super Bowl LVIII winner odds after Week 14: 

  • San Francisco 49ers (+250)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+600)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+700)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+700)
  • Miami Dolphins (+800)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+850)
  • Buffalo Bills (+1800)
  • Detroit Lions (+2000)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+2200)
  • Cleveland Browns (+4500)

The Baltimore Ravens have now become the second favorites to win the Super Bowl. They secured an overtime win over the Los Angeles Rams last Sunday to move to 10-3 and lead the AFC. 

Meanwhile, it’s not looking good for the Kansas City Chiefs as they were beaten yet again in a 20-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills. The Chiefs have lost four of their last six and the win for Buffalo has enhanced their chances at winning the Super Bowl. The Bills have been cut from +3500 to +1800. 

AFC Champions

There hasn’t been much consistency across the AFC this season. The Ravens look like the best team so far but have a tough end to their schedule. Here’s a recap of the odds to win the AFC after Week 13:

  • Kansas City Chiefs (+220)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+275)
  • Miami Dolphins (+300)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+1000)
  • Houston Texans (+2200)

The Chiefs have finally been challenged as the favorites to win the conference. Unsurprisingly, the Ravens move to market leaders. However, Kansas City has a much easier schedule to end the regular season so they have a better chance at potentially earning the No.1 seed. 

But, how have the odds for the AFC champion changed? Here’s how the prices look after Week 14: 

  • Baltimore Ravens (+240)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+300)
  • Miami Dolphins (+350)
  • Buffalo Bills (+900)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+1000)

The Bills’ triumph over the Chiefs has manipulated the AFC champion market a lot. They weren’t even inside the top-five last week but are now priced at +900. The firing of Ken Dorsey appears to have worked and Buffalo now sits at 7-6. 

The Miami Dolphins remain third favorites to win the AFC, despite losing 28-27 to the Tennessee Titans. Their record sits at 9-4, but they are currently second in the conference standings. 

NFC Champions 

My Week 14 NFL Futures Report will now examine the odds for the NFC champion. With three teams in the conference currently having a record of 10-3, it looks set to be an interesting battle. Below is a reminder of prices for the top-five candidates after Week 13: 

  • San Francisco 49ers (+150)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+250)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+425)
  • Detroit Lions (+750)
  • Green Bay Packers (+3500)

The 49ers’ price to win the NFC continues to get shorter and shorter. They are the consensus team to win the Super Bowl this season and they certainly look like the best team in the league. 

  • San Francisco 49ers (+115)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+330)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+400)
  • Detroit Lions (+950)
  • Minnesota Vikings (+5000)

The Cowboys have gotten slightly shorter in price after their dominant victory over the Eagles. However, the Detroit Lions have shifted from +750 to +950 following their disappointing 28-13 loss to the 5-8 Chicago Bears. 

MVP

As always, Week 14 NFL futures will now take a look at the odds for MVP. Here’s a recap of the odds for the top-ten candidates after Week 13:

  • Brock Purdy (+300) QB San Francisco 49ers
  • Dak Prescott (+325) QB Dallas Cowboys
  • Jalen Hurts (+350) QB Philadelphia Eagles
  • Lamar Jackson (+800) QB Baltimore Ravens
  • Tua Tagovailoa (+850) QB Miami Dolphins
  • Patrick Mahomes (+850) QB Kansas City Chiefs
  • Tyreek Hill (+1400) WR Miami Dolphins
  • C.J. Stroud (+2500) QB Houston Texans 
  • Christian McCaffrey (+2800) RB San Francisco 49ers
  • Josh Allen (+4000) QB Buffalo Bills

It has been a cataclysmic slide for Patrick Mahomes in recent weeks. Just from Week 13 to Week 14, his price has gone from +850 to +1600 to win MVP. The two-time MVP winner is having his worst season since becoming the starter in Kansas City and has a passer rating of just 93.3. 

  • Dak Prescott (+150) QB Dallas Cowboys
  • Brock Purdy (+175) QB San Francisco 49ers
  • Lamar Jackson (+500) QB Baltimore Ravens
  • Jalen Hurts (+800) QB Philadelphia Eagles
  • Josh Allen (+1400) QB Buffalo Bills
  • Tyreek Hill (+1600) WR Miami Dolphins
  • Patrick Mahomes (+1600) QB Kansas City Chiefs
  • Tua Tagovailoa (+2000) QB Miami Dolphins
  • Christian McCaffrey (+4000) RB San Francisco 49ers
  • C.J. Stroud (+8000) QB Houston Texans 

Dak Prescott now becomes the market leader. The Dallas signal caller has been on fire and hasn’t thrown a pick since Week 10 against the New York Giants. He has thrown 11 touchdowns over the past four weeks, too. Prescott’s performances in recent weeks have made a clear impact on Week 14 NFL futures. 

Offensive Player of the Year & Defensive Player of the Year

As stated above, the OROY and DROY awards appear to have already been wrapped up. Therefore,I have now started to investigate the odds for OPOY and DPOY. Here are the latest odds for both markets in Week 14 NFL futures: 

OPOY

  • Tyreek Hill (-220) WR Miami Dolphins 
  • Christian McCaffrey (+150) RB San Francisco 49ers
  • Ceedee Lamb (+1800) WR Dallas Cowboys 
  • A.J. Brown (+4000) WR Philadelphia Eagles 
  • Jalen Hurts (+6000) QB Philadelphia Eagles 

Tyreek Hill is still in with a chance at winning MVP and could become the first ever wide receiver to win the award. Nevertheless, he looks almost certain to win OPOY this season and is priced at -220 to do so. Cheetah has 1542 receiving yards already in 2023 and could be set to reach an unprecedented 2000 yards. Christian McCaffrey (+150) looks like the only other potential candidate. 

DPOY

  • Micah Parsons (-130) LB Dallas Cowboys 
  • Myles Garrett (+175) DE Cleveland Browns 
  • T.J. Watt (+500) LB Pittsburgh Steelers 
  • DaRon Bland (+1600) CB Dallas Cowboys 
  • Josh Allen (+2500) LB Jacksonville Jaguars

Micah Parsons has now moved to minus money to win DPOY. The star Dallas linebacker added his 14th sack of the season against the Eagles last week and is now the favorite to win DPOY. He also has the third highest PFF grade out of all edge rushers in the league in 2023. 

Parsons has been crucial on the Cowboys defense ever since they drafted him with the 12th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. His 14 sacks in 2023 has already beaten his sack totals in 2021 and 2022, so he would very much be deserving of the award.