Oh my gosh. The 2023 NFL season is already into Week 14. Last week saw more players succumb to injury, so we will see more backups take the starting role this week. Doesn’t it feel like this season has been the hardest to predict? Did anyone have it on their Bingo card that the Green Bay Packers would beat the Kansas City Chiefs? I sure did not. Let’s swing into trying to make predictions in this unpredictable world. Here are my best NFL PrizePicks predictions for Week 14!
NFL Week 14 PrizePicks Player Predictions
Cade Otton (TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers) More Than 24.5 Receiving Yards
Last week, Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cade Otton was a disappointment with zero targets. This is likely due to how the Carolina Panthers’ defense plays against opposing tight ends. It should be a different story this week, as the Buccaneers face the Atlanta Falcons, who have allowed an average of 62.25 receiving yards per game to tight ends. This will be an away game for Tampa Bay. Otton sees an average of 37.2 receiving yards in away games. I’m smashing the more button on this PrizePicks prop.
Bryce Young (QB, Carolina Panthers) Less Than 185.5 Passing Yards
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young is really bumming me out lately. I’m the biggest Adam Thielen fan, and Young’s low passing yards have been detrimental to Thielen’s output. Young is averaging 186.8 passing yards per game this season. In the last five games, this average has been a paltry 170.6. I do hope he figures it out with time, but I’m predicting that Young continues to be a bummer in New Orleans this week. I’m taking the under on this seemingly inflated PrizePicks line.
Kyren Williams (RB, Los Angeles Rams) More Than 66.5 Rushing Yards
In the eight games he played this season, Los Angeles Rams running back Kyren Williams averaged 85.9 rushing yards a game. The Baltimore Ravens defense allows an average of 83.1 rushing yards per game to opposing running backs. For the Rams, it’s the Kyren Williams show, as Royce Freeman hasn’t been a significant factor in their run game. I’m taking the over on this PrizePicks prop of 66.5 rushing yards.
Remember, with any PrizePicks play, follow your gut on the lines you agree with. Always play responsibly. And always, always make sure you’re having fun with it!
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