One of the least-compelling games on the NFL Week 14 schedule takes place at Lambeau Field. The Green Bay Packers host the Washington Redskins in what should be a one-sided contest.

Trailing the NFC’s No.1 seed by a game with a one-game lead in the NFC North, Green Bay has plenty on the line in their quest for a Super Bowl. Washington hasn’t technically been eliminated from contention in a weak NFC East, but the team is going nowhere with nine losses in 12 games.

The Packers are coming off a 31-13 victory over the New York Giants. The betting line suggests that Sunday’s contest will be more of the same. 

According to OddsShark, Green Bay is a 12.5-point favorite at home. The total is 41.5.

Only the Minnesota Vikings are a bigger favorite than the Packers in Week 14. The game is tied for the smallest over/under on the schedule.

A win for Washington would mark one of the biggest upsets of the season. The Redskins are 0-7 against teams that have at least six wins. The Packers are 5-1 at home.

Green Bay is 4-2 against the spread at home and 6-3 against the spread as a favorite. Washington is 5-5 against the spread as an underdog.

The Redskins are on a two-game winning streak both straight up and against the spread. When it looked like Washington might be the worst team in the NFL, the Redskins defeated the Detroit Lions 19-16 in Week 12 before beating the Carolina Panthers 29-21 in Week 13.

Washington’s defense has actually been decent. The Redskins are 13th in opponents’ yards per play, putting them 16 spots ahead of the Packers. Washington is near the middle of the pack in total defense, where they are also well ahead of Green Bay.

The Redskins have given up three more points per game than the Packers. That’s largely the result of turnovers and poor offense that has turned into good field position for the opponent.

Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers, #12 of the Green Bay Packers, warms up before a game against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field on December 30, 2018 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Photo: Dylan Buell/Getty Images

Aaron Rodgers only has two interceptions with an NFL-best 11:1 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Green Bay doesn’t have to worry about handing Washington any easy points.

Dwayne Haskins seems to play a little better each week. That’s not exactly a high bar, considering the rookie quarterback hasn’t thrown for more than 214 yards or 6.6 yards per attempt in any game.

The Packers began the season on a three-game winning streak against a soft part of their schedule. The defense looked the best it has all year, allowing 35 total points in relatively close games.

Sunday’s contest could feel like one of Green Bay’s September wins as they take care of business against a team they’re supposed to beat.

Prediction: Green Bay over Washington 24-13