Mike White will face his toughest challenge of the season when he leads the New York Jets against Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. White nearly beat the first-place Vikings last week and is showing he can lead a potent offensive attack. Rookie receiver Garrett Wilson has thrived with White under center. While the Bills are a tougher nut to crack, White won't have to deal with future Hall-of-Famer Von Miller, as Buffalo learned this week that Miller will miss the remainder of the season with an injury. The Bills are +380 favorites to win the Super Bowl at Caesars Sportsbook and have won three games in a row. The Bills are 10-point favorites in the latest Week 14 NFL odds at Caesars Sportsbook. Which Week 14 NFL lines should you target with your Week 14 NFL bets? Before you make any Week 14 NFL picks or NFL parlays, be sure to see the NFL predictions and betting advice from SportsLine's proven computer model.
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After simulating every game 10,000 times, the model is high on the Tennessee Titans (-3.5) to cover against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jacksonville's poor pass defense could open up a route for the Titans to pile up points.
The Titans don't have an explosive offense. Their season-high for points scored is 27 and most of their game plan revolves around running the ball with Derrick Henry. Still, the Jaguars struggle against the pass. They've allowed 255.5 yards of offense through the air per game, the fourth-worst rate in the league. That could tempt Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill to put the ball in the air more often and create more chances for Robert Woods, Austin Hooper and other pass-catchers. A more diversified attack could make Henry's runs even deadlier. That is one reason the Titans are covering the spread in over 50% of simulations. See which other NFL parlay picks to make here.