NFL Picks Week 14: Examining Recent Odds and Expert Predictions
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The NFL's Week 14 is going to be a problem for those who make picks or are brave enough to enter the odds arena. 

As playoff races start to heat up and underdogs begin emerging, playing either angle becomes more difficult. This seems especially the case in Week 14 where, as of this writing, only four games have spreads of six or more points. 

Oddsmakers out in Las Vegas don't feel like a ton of these games will be easy picks in blowout fashion. This means there are close contests between capable...

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