Six teams are favored by more than a touchdown in Week 14, making for several strong options in your 2021 NFL survivor pool. Only four of the 14 games on the schedule feature a pair of teams in the latest playoff picture.

Here’s a ranking of the top-10 survivor pool picks for Week 14:

1) Green Bay Packers (vs. Chicago Bears)

Aaron Rodgers has won nine of his last 10 starts, putting himself among the MVP favorites. Chicago’s offense has been well below average with either Andy Dalton or Justin Fields under center, scoring an NFC-worst 16.8 points per game. Fields was held to 174 passing yards when the Packers beat the Bears 24-14 at Soldier Field.

2) Los Angeles Chargers (vs. New York Giants)

With Daniel Jones likely out and backup quarterback Mike Glennon in concussion protocol, the Giants have little chance to upset a playoff team on the road. New York has a bottom-five scoring offense. The Giants last scored more than one offensive touchdown in Week 7. The Chargers are fifth in yards per play.

3) Kansas City Chiefs (vs. Las Vegas Raiders)

The Chiefs are back to being one of the NFL’s top teams, while the Raiders haven’t looked like a playoff contender in nearly two months. Kansas City’s defense has been the league’s best during its five-game winning streak. The streak includes a 41-14 rout of Las Vegas, which has scored fewer than 17 points in four of its last five games.

4) Tennessee Titans (vs. Jacksonville Jaguars)

The Titans are still very banged up, but the Jaguars are just that bad. Jacksonville is 2-10, narrowly picking up both of its victories by a field goal. The Jaguars are averaging 10.7 points in their last six games. Tennessee is coming off a bye and has four straight wins against Jacksonville.

5) Denver Broncos (vs. Detroit Lions) 

The Lions still have the NFL’s worst record after finally getting their first win. The Broncos have dominated the easiest part of their schedule, beating the Jaguars, Giants and Jets by double digits. 

6) Seattle Seahawks (at Houston Texans) 

The Texans are 1-10 since winning the season opener. Houston has been held to single digits in six of its last 10 games. The Texans are dead last in offense and 30th in points allowed. Russell Wilson looked much better in Week 13, completing 30 of 37 passes.

7) Dallas Cowboys (at Washington Football Team)

The Cowboys are still the class of the NFC East, and this is a game they should win on the way to a division title. Washington has only beaten one team in the playoff picture. Dallas ranks first in total offense. The Cowboys’ offense should be healthy after 10 days between games.

8) Arizona Cardinals (vs. Los Angeles Rams)

The Cardinals continue to perform like the best team in football. Arizona leads the NFL with a 10-2 record, winning eight games by double digits. One of those victories was a 37-20 win in Los Angeles. The Rams last beat a team with a winning record in Week 3. 

9) New Orleans Saints (at New York Jets) 

Maybe the Saints’ offense can finally find some success without Jameis Winston. The Jets have surrendered more points and yards than any other team. Zach Wilson might be in for a long day against this Saints’ defense. 

10) Carolina Panthers (vs. Atlanta Falcons)

The Panthers beat the Falcons on the road 19-13 earlier this season. Carolina’s defense has played very well against subpar offenses. Atlanta is 25th in yards per play and has allowed the most points in the NFC.

Aaron Rodgers Aaron Jones Packers Aaron Rodgers #12 and Aaron Jones #33 of the Green Bay Packers celebrate after Jones scored a touchdown in the third quarter against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field on September 20, 2020 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Photo: Dylan Buell/Getty Images