Two weeks is a great length of time if you are using a secondary. It allows the yeast enough time to ferment, clean up its waste (remove off flavors), and start to clear.
You gain nothing by racking today. What you have to lose in transferring today is possible stuck fermentation if it is not done. Can it be done, yes. Is it better to wait for the yeast to finish all its jobs, YES!
Many of use don't use a secondary but instead just leave it in the primary for 4 weeks and bottle or keg.