Ok first off, screwed is a harsh term. It sounds like, worst case scenario, you MAY have some haze and MAY have missed your target FG. Even if both are true, the beer can still taste really good.
If this is your first batch, then I really wouldn't worry about the haze. If you're siphoning off beer to take gravity readings in a cylinder, you're going to stir up a little bit of stuff. In a carboy, even a beer that would look pretty clear in a glass is going to look more opaque since theres just more beer for the light to travel through.
If you're not at 1.014 in a week, let it go a bit longer if you can. If it settles above that, its not a huge deal. Remember the gravity readings change with temperature, that could be the issue.
For this being your first batch, you sure are worrying about the small things
I was happy that my first batch was drinkable. Getting better at hitting target gravities and dealing with haze is something that you'll just improve on over time. Its an art and a science, you shouldn't be upset if you miss perfection on your first try.