With only a month left in the 2020 NFL season, most games on the Week 14 schedule have serious playoff implications. Five teams in the latest postseason picture are underdogs. Only three contests feature a point spread of more than seven points.

Here are picks against the spread for every game in Week 14, as well as the latest betting odds.

Betting lines and trends are courtesy of OddsShark.

New England Patriots (+5) at Los Angeles Rams

It’s going to be hard for the Patriots to keep winning with this passing attack, particularly against one of the league’s best defenses. Cam Newton has thrown for fewer than 85 yards in two straight games. The Rams rank first in opponents’ yards per play. Expect Sean McVay and Jared Goff to be better than they were in Los Angeles’ 13-3 Super Bowl loss to New England two years ago.

Prediction ATS: Los Angeles

Houston Texans (-1) at Chicago Bears

Chicago is in the midst of a six-game losing streak and a complete freefall. Houston’s only two losses in its last five games were a pair of one-score defeats against playoff teams. Deshaun Watson is playing like a top-rated quarterback, giving the Texans a big advantage at the game’s most important position.

Prediction ATS: Houston

Tennessee Titans (-7.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

The Titans beat the Jaguars 33-30 in Week 2, but the rematch might not be as close. The Jaguars are dead last in total defense. Only the Chiefs and Packers average more points per game than the Titans. Look for Tennessee to start fast after a disappointing loss to Cleveland last week.

Prediction ATS: Tennessee

Denver Broncos (+3.5) at Carolina Panthers

In a matchup between two mediocre teams, the safest pick is the team that’s getting more than three points. Denver was competitive with Kansas City last week. The Broncos should pull off an upset if their defense slows the Panthers in the red zone.

Prediction ATS: Denver

Minnesota Vikings (+6.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

With a top-five offense and a defense that is well below average, Minnesota plays a lot of close, high-scoring games. The Vikings have scored at least 27 points in five of their last six games. In their last 10 games, Minnesota has been defeated by more than a field goal just once. Tom Brady is still finding his way in Bruce Arians’ offense in his first year with the Bucs.

Prediction ATS: Minnesota

Arizona Cardinals (-2.5) at New York Giants

Kyler Murray and Arizona’s offense has not been the same since the Cardinals beat the Bills with an improbable Hail Mary. The quarterback has only rushed for 61 total yards during Arizona’s three-game losing streak, and the Cardinals rank 31st in yards per play in that span. After shutting down Russell Wilson, the Giants haven’t allowed more than 20 points in four straight games.

Prediction ATS: New York

Kansas City Chiefs (-7) at Miami Dolphins

After winning four straight games by fewer than seven points, the Chiefs might be ready to explode with a big win in Miami. Patrick Mahomes is still playing like the MVP, while Tua Tagovailoa has looked like a rookie. With a playoff bye in their sights, Kansas City has no choice but to take the Dolphins seriously and try to come away with a convincing win.

Prediction ATS; Kansas City

Dallas Cowboys (-3.5) at Cincinnati Bengals

The Cowboys shouldn’t be favored by more than a field goal against anyone. Dallas is 1-6 without Dak Prescott and a league-worst 2-10 against the spread in 2020. Cincinnati’s defense has been feisty, limiting its last three opponents to 19.3 points per game.

Prediction ATS: Cincinnati

New York Jets (+13.5) at Seattle Seahawks

Every Seahawks’ game is an adventure. Seattle hasn’t had a double-digit win since Week 8, and the Seahawks haven’t beaten a team by more than 10 points since the season opener. The Jets are at least playing hard and have covered the spread in three of their last four games.

Prediction ATS: New York

Indianapolis Colts (-3) at Las Vegas Raiders

It’s easy to forget how well the Raiders were playing before they got blown out by the Falcons and barely beat the winless Jets. The Colts were fortunate to escape Houston with a win in Week 13. Both teams are in the playoff hunt.

Prediction ATS: Las Vegas

Green Bay Packers (-7.5) at Detroit Lions

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers’ offense have been virtually unstoppable this season with the exception of a few hiccups. Don’t expect the unit to be slowed down by a Detroit defense that ranks in the bottom-five in yards allowed, points allowed and opponents’ yards per play.

Prediction ATS: Green Bay

Washington Football Team (+3) at San Francisco 49ers

Washington might win this game outright, coming off a victory against the previously undefeated Steelers. Washington has the better quarterback in Alex Smith, and their vaunted pass rush could give Nick Mullens trouble. Ron Rivera's squad hasn’t given up more than 17 points during their three-game winning streak.

Prediction ATS: Washington

Atlanta Falcons (-2.5) at Los Angeles Chargers

These are two teams that can’t seem to get out of their own way. Los Angeles can’t be as bad as it was in last week’s 45-0 loss. Justin Herbert could return to playing like the Offensive Rookie of the Year against a mediocre Atlanta defense.

Prediction ATS: Atlanta

New Orleans Saints (-7) at Philadelphia Eagles

Maybe Jalen Hurts will give the Eagles a spark, but Sunday is probably not the day that the struggling Philadelphia offense plays much better. The Saints rank first in total defense. New Orleans has held five straight opponents to 16 points or fewer, giving up 8.8 points per game. Taysom Hill has helped lift the Saints in Drew Brees' absence.

Prediction ATS: New Orleans

Pittsburgh Steelers (+2.5) at Buffalo Bills

Despite their season records, Buffalo looks like the better team. The Bills have beaten three eight-win teams, while Pittsburgh only boasts one such victory. Josh Allen has looked like one of the AFC's best quarterbacks and he can find success against a Steelers’ defense that is dealing with a few injuries.

Prediction: Buffalo

Baltimore Ravens (-1) at Cleveland Browns

The Ravens embarrassed the Browns 38-6 in Week 1. In a battle of the NFL’s top-two rushing offenses, Baltimore’s defense is more likely to shut down its opponents’ strength. Baker Mayfield could struggle against the best pass defense he’s seen in nearly two months.

Prediction ATS: Baltimore

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Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills in action against the Pittsburgh Steelers on December 15, 2019 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Justin K. Aller/Getty Images