MNF Predictions Week 14

Pat Pickens
Last Updated: an hour ago

For the first time, there’s a Monday Night Football doubleheader in December.

The New York Giants will host the Green Bay Packers, and the Tennessee Titans will take on the Miami Dolphins. Both games will start at 8:15 p.m. ET.

Here’s a look at the latest odds for this Week 14 MNF doubleheader.

MNF Doubleheader Odds

MNF odds are current as of Tuesday, Dec. 5, and courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Titans vs Dolphins Odds

  • Moneyline: Titans (+600) @ Dolphins (-900)
  • Spread: Titans +13.5 (-102) @ Dolphins -13.5 (-118)
  • Over/Under: Over 47 (-112) / Under 47 (-108)

Check out the best Titans odds and Dolphins odds for the 2023 NFL season.

Packers vs Giants Odds

  • Moneyline: Packers (-290) @ Giants (+235)
  • Spread: Packers -6.5 (-110) @ Giants +6.5 (-110)
  • Over/Under: Over 37 (-110) / Under 37 (-110)

Check out the best Packers odds and Giants odds for the 2023 NFL season.

Monday Night Football Predictions

Packers 23, Giants 10

Jordan Love is on a heater, and it’s hard to believe the Giants’ defense will be the one that stops it, even though New York has played well on that side of the ball in recent weeks.

Giants quarterback Tommy DeVito has been a nice story, but his success has come against two hapless teams in New England and Washington. The Packers boast the ninth-best points-against per game (20.3) in the league.

Look for the Packers to keep their march to the playoffs going.

Dolphins 42, Titans 14

Led by quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and MVP dark horse Tyreek Hill, the Dolphins are steamrolling teams right now. They’ve won three straight and outscored opponents 99-41.

Miami’s offense ranks second in points per game (32.0) and first in yards per game (428.4). The numbers are even better at Hard Rock Stadium, where the Dolphins are averaging 38.8 points per game and boast a 5-0 record.

The Titans are 0-7 in games played outside of Nashville and are scoring just 12.3 points per game in them.

They’ll need to lean heavily on Derrick Henry to stay competitive against the Dolphins, but he’s averaging just 70 yards per outing and the Miami defense is eighth in the league against the run, holding opponents to 96.6 yards per game.

Monday Night Football Best Bets

Dolphins -13.5 (-118)

Truly, I’d consider taking an alternate spread of -16.5 — or even higher.

Miami has won four of its five home games by at least 14 points but has won only two games there by 17-plus, which makes -13.5 very appealing.

Packers -6.5 (-110)

The Under is likewise an interesting play since the Giants are averaging only 7.4 points per game at home.

But if you’re going to bet the Under, you’d have to believe Green Bay can cover a touchdown.

Monday Night Football Parlay

Best MNF Parlay (+154)

  • Dolphins -12.5 (-128)
  • Packers -2.5 (-234)

Using alternate lines is advantageous in a parlay wager, and I made it so Green Bay just needs to win by a field goal.

Given the likelihood of a Miami blowout, I moved that game’s spread down by only a point to increase the probability of it hitting.

Monday Night Football Prop Bets

Giants: Under 15.5 Points (-120)

This should be much lower given the Giants’ dreadful offense and the Packers’ much-improved defense. But New York has failed to reach 16 points in eight of its 12 games this season, including every home game.

The Green Bay defense is giving up the 10th-fewest passing yards per game but does struggle against the run. Still, Saquon Barkley can only do so much, especially since the Packers will likely load up the box to slow him down.

Dolphins: Over 3.5 TDs (-135)

Miami has scored four touchdowns in all but one of its home games this season and has surpassed this total in each of its last two. The Titans gave up four TDs to the Colts on Sunday at home and have allowed that many touchdowns in two of their past three games.

The odds on this bet aren’t great, but it’s absolutely worth mashing.


Pat Pickens

Pat Pickens is a seasoned sportswriter who has covered the NHL since 2013 for various websites, including The New York Times,,, USA Today, the Associated Press and many others. His debut book, titled "The Whalers" about the history of the NHL's Hartford Whalers, was released in October 2021.

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