The betting odds for some of the biggest games on the NFL Week 14 schedule have seen changes in the last few days. There has been notable line movement in a few marquee divisional matchups that have major playoff implications.

The “Monday Night Football” game highlights the Week 14 schedule with the Arizona Cardinals hosting the Los Angeles Rams. Arizona is down to a 1.5-point favorite at home, according to DraftKings Sportsbook, despite owning an NFL-best 10-2 record and a two-game edge over Los Angeles in the NFC West. Arizona opened as a 2.5-point favorite.

The Cardinals beat the Rams 37-20 on the road in Week 4.

It was just two weeks ago that the Baltimore Ravens beat the Cleveland Browns 16-10. Following Cleveland’s bye in Week 13, the Browns are favored by 2.5 points over their AFC North rivals. Baltimore opened as a one-point road favorite, but that changed with the team’s 20-19 loss in Pittsburgh.

Lamar Jackson has thrown 10 interceptions, including four against Cleveland, in his last five games. Baker Mayfield continues to deal with multiple injuries that have made him largely ineffective for much of the season.

The biggest quarterback disparity of the week might come in the NFC North tilt between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears. Aaron Rodgers is vying for his fourth NFL MVP award. Justin Fields is set to start in his return from an injury to his ribs, having posted a 69.0 passer rating in his rookie season. The Packers are up to 12.5 point favorites after the line opened at 11.5 points.

Green Bay beat Chicago 24-14 at Soldier Field earlier this season. The Packers can clinch the division title with a win and a loss by the Minnesota Vikings.

Minnesota opens Week 14 as a three-point favorite over the visiting Steelers Thursday night. The Vikings were four-point favorites before they were upset by the previously winless Detroit Lions.

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Quarterback Matthew Stafford #9 of the Los Angeles Rams celebrates with running back Darrell Henderson #27 after scoring a touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks in the second half at Lumen Field on Oct. 7, 2021, in Seattle. Lindsey Wasson/Getty Images