You made your beer on 12/5? I would let it sit in the primary a little longer -- you are only one week in. Primary fermentation appears to be complete, if your gravity has stopped dropping at 1.014 over a 3 day period. That is fine. However, the yeast is still working, cleaning up some off flavors.
A rule of thumb that works for me: keep your beer in the primary fermenter for 2 weeks. Mind you -- every beer is a little different, but you want to be patient.
Brody's Brew House
Primary: Spiced ale
Planned: Butternut squash & gala apple harvest ale; brown ale or porter; barley wine
In the fridge: Dogfish 60 minute; Imperial Stout