Week 14 SDQL, NFL Trends and Systems

Our Week 14 NFL Trends with Benefits key on four of today’s matchups!

By Jarvis Simes

NFL gameday line moves for Week 14 are suggesting heavy action on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This game was off the board until Friday as we waited to hear the status of Lions QB Matthew Stafford but reports from Tampa made it sound as if he was heading towards a start all along.

Detroit is 6-6 SU but they have lost two in a row to Minnesota and Baltimore. Up next, the Lions host Chicago but a loss here would extinguish any real hope of a Wild Card spot.

Week 14 SDQL

The Lions lost 44-20 to the Ravens, clearing the posted total by double-digits. On the road, Detroit has a 2-10 SU and 0-11-1 ATS record following such a high scoring game, seen with this SDQL trend at SportsDatabase.com.

For more on this game, read our Week 14 SDQL Matchup Advantage feature at the Killer Sports Trend Mart!


Tennessee is 6-1 SU their past seven games and rifling towards an AFC South title. The Titans are 5-1 SU in games decided by eight points or less but only 2-4 ATS. Tennessee has lost 10-straight games ATS off a double-digit home win and yet they are laying road points in Arizona.

These points feel like a gift and this game is also featured in our Week 14 NFL Matchup Advantage system. Check out the full lineup at the Trend Mart!


The Indianapolis Colts allowed 22 first downs to the Jacksonville Jaguars last week. In the past four years, Indy is 10-0 O/U as a road dog after giving up more than 21 first downs.

Carolina had just 26:39 minutes time of possession during last week’s 31-21 loss to New Orleans. At home off a dog loss where they struggled to control the football, Carolina has stayed under the total 11-straight times by an average of 7.9 points per game.

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