3 Staff on NFL Weekly Development Alerts 14

3 Staff on NFL Weekly Development Alerts 14
Dak Prescott goes against the New Patriots of England
Dak Prescott against New England Patriots | Adam Glanzman / Getty Images

Week 14 NFL 14 has a variety of tough slates, with only two games with double-digit spread, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. First of all, the Minnesota Vikings we have as a 13.5-point town resort over the Detroit Lions, then the Green Bay Packers as the 13-point town resort against the Redskins Washington.

With 16 possible sub-sections to win, starting with "Football Thursday night, "let's look at three NFL teams who need to be on alert in Week 14. T

1. Dallas Cowboys (-2.5) at Chicago Bears, Thursday, 8:20 p.m. EST

Dak Prescott prepares to pass the Buffalo Bills in Week 13.  t
Dak Prescott prepares to pass the Buffalo Bills in the Week 13 game. T Ronald Martinez / Getty Images

Dallas Cowboys has a season up and down in 2019, suffering a lost streak through a match already and enjoyed a winning strike through a game. While there is one thing in the Cowboys this season, when they have good protection, they are usually struggling. Indeed, five of its six losses are against the top-15 scoring defenses. The two times Dallas has top-5 protection this season, it is only together 24 points. The Chicago Bears Cowboys get on the road this week, which is giving up the fourth smallest point per game (PPG) in the series at 17.3 PPG. If this trend continues for Dallas, they could struggle to put many points on the program to win the game.

2. Chiefs of Kansas City at New England Patriots (-3), Sunday, 4:25 p.m. EST

Tom Brady goes to Houston Texans in Week 13.
Tom Brady goes to Houston Texans in Week 13. | Tim Warner / Getty Images

For the first time throughout the year, the New England Patriots looks to die, losing two of their four final games after starting the 8-0 season. The Landowners' share of the last four competitions has only 18.0 PPGs after the average of 31.25 PPG three hundred and eight of the year. While the Chiefs of Kansas City defended a permit that allows 22.1 PPG (No. 16 in the NFL) that is not the most irrevocable unit, it is clear that the Patriots are struggling late. If possible the Chiefs and their scoring offense No. 3 in the league (29.0 PPG) find a way to overcome England's pioneering defense, the Patriots might not have enough power to keep up.

3. San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans Saints (-3), Sunday, 1 p. EST

Drew Brees celebrates a Thanksgiving Day against the Atlanta Eyelashes.
Drew Brees celebrates a Thanksgiving Day against the Atlanta Eyelashes. | Todd Kirkland / Getty Images

Like the Patriots, two of their final four games have been worn by San Francisco 49ers after an 8-0 start. However, the two losses of San Francisco have come through one outdoor goal to potential Super Bowl competitors in the Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens. With three points spread directly by separating the 49s from another potential Super Bowl candidate on the other side of the field in New Orleans Saints, Niners' scoring protection could be 'No'. this time around come Sunday.

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