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Let’s take a look at all of the games on the NFL Week 10 schedule, examine the odds that accompany the games and TRY to determine what will play out on another scintillating week of NFL action.
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Browns (0-9) at Ravens (4-4)
(Opening line: Ravens, -8 points) Thursday, NFL Network
Another Thursday night dud kicks off the Week 10 festivities – it is pretty hard to like Cleveland isn’t it? The line looks a tad skewed though – after all the Ravens won by just five the first time these teams played in Week 2.
The Ravens are 7-1 SU in their last eight home games against the Browns and get a crack at a Cleveland team that is not only losing but is failing to cover – they are 2-7 ATS so far this year.
Cleveland is imploding folks – nothing to see here. Take Baltimore in a walk!
Texans (5-3) at Jaguars (2-6)
(Opening line: Pick’em)
I expect the Texans to be favored in this game by kickoff – of you can get this game as this price – jump on it.
It’s true that Houston is bad on the road this year – 0-3 with a combined 85-22 score but they have dominated Jacksonville on the road lately – 4-1 in the Jags building the last five years.
Houston ain’t great folks but the Jaguars are just bad. Take Houston to get their first road win of the year here.
Chiefs (6-2) at Panthers (3-5)
(Opening line: Panthers, -2.5 points)
This should turn out to be a pretty good game.
Alex Smith should be back from a concussion – thank goodness we won’t have to see Nick Foles again!!! The Chiefs dating back to last season are now 16-2 in their last 18 Regular Season games – impressive while the Panthers, although they won last week looked awfully pedestrian.
Despite KC being 1-3-1 ATS against the NFC in their last five, I like them to at very least keep this game razor close – an upset win wouldn’t shock me in the least! I’m taking the Chiefs to cover here.
Broncos (6-3 or 7-2) at Saints (4-4)
(Opening line: Saints, -1 point)
It’s hard to believe but the Saints are favorites in this game – and why not? I mean – the Raiders offense did whatever they wanted versus Denver Sunday night and now the Broncos are set to face an offense that is on fire.
It’s a top five defense versus a top 5 offense in this one. New Orleans is 5-2-1 ATS this year and will be out to defeat a Denver team they haven’t conquered in 22 years! I can’t see Denver being able to score enough in this one to keep up – take the Saints to add to Denver’s woes.
Rams (3-5) at Jets (3-6)
(Opening line: Jets, -2.5 points)
The Jets are a bad team folks! Ryan Fitzpatrick is awful and the secondary isn’t good! It’s a good thing they are facing an underwhelming Rams team that hasn’t won at the Jets in 15 years.
My bet is that we see Bryce Petty at QB for the Jets at some time in this game and that LA snaps the string of bad luck in New York. The Jets are in a free-fall with no reason to think it is going to stop anytime soon.
Falcons (6-3) at Eagles (4-4)
(Opening line: Pick’em)
Hmmm. The Eagles haven’t been great the last month at all. The Falcons on the other hand could be 7-1 if they had gotten a bounce or two along the way.
Atlanta is 4-1 SU in road games and 5-0 ATS and they have won their last three meetings with the Eagles. I like their improved defense and scorching offense to get it done again this week. Atlanta proves it’s a contender while driving home the notion that Phili is a pretender.
Vikings (5-3) at Redskins (4-3-1)
(Opening line: Redskins, -2 points)
The Redskins return from their by this week to face a Minnesota team that is struggling mightily at the moment. Neither team has been great lately for that matter.
But I think it is Minnesota’s inability to score that is the difference again here. The Vikes couldn’t score last week against an awful Detroit D and likely won’t be able to do much damage this week either. I don’t love either team but think Washington is the better bet here.
Packers (4-4) at Titans (4-5)
(Opening line: Packers, -1 point)
The Packers will likely wind up being a three point favorite here off consecutive losses. Intensity has been an issue for Green Bay – don’t expect that to be the case again.
The strength of Tennessee’s offense is running the ball – Green Bay is one of the best run defenses in the game. Although Tennessee is 4-2 ATS in their last six games against NFC teams I like the Packers to rebound and post an easy win Sunday.
There is no way Green Bay is as bad as they have been playing!
Bears (2-6) at Buccaneers (3-5)
(Opening line: Bucs, -1 point)
Jameis Winston and Mike Evans are both highly questionable for this game – Winston has a knee issue and Evans is in concussion protocol.
The Bucs are 0-4 SU and ATS in their four home games this year – ugly and now face a Bears team that looked like a completely different club last week with Jay Cutler back in the fold. The Bears however are 0-4 SU and ATS on the road.
A futility streak ends this week – I’m taking the Bears to dominate this one – they haven’t lost to Tampa since 2008.
Dolphins (4-4) at Chargers (4-5)
(Opening line: Chargers, -3.5 points)
Two fairly Hot teams meet in San Diego – both with playoff aspirations.
The Fins have ridden Jay Ajayi and his 176.3 yard per game average of the last three games to a .500 record – he will be front and center again against a Chargers team that has been good against the run this year – just 85 yards per game allowed.
The Chargers are 3-1 at home this year straight up and ATS – I like them to keep it up en route to a seven point win here.
49ers (1-7) at Cardinals (3-4-1)
(Opening line: Cardinals, -11.5 points)
The Cardinals return from their bye looking to extend the woes of a San Francisco team that is 1-7 ATS this year. The 49ers aren’t only losing but they are getting beat up on. Speaking of getting beat up on – the 49ers were gashed to the tune of 248 rushing yards in Week 9 and now have gone three straight games allowing 240 yards rushing – horrible.
If you have David Johnson on your Fantasy squad expect an explosion! This game will be the blowout of the weekend – take the Cards by at least two touchdowns.
Cowboys (7-1) at Steelers (4-4)
(Opening line: Steelers, -3 points)
Should be a good one! The Cowboys enter on a seven game win streak – they have won every game so far on the road and yet they are underdogs in this game? Dallas is 7-1 ATS overall and 4-0 ATS and SU on the road. Meanwhile the Steelers enter on a three game losing streak.
It is pretty hard not to love what Dallas has done so far this year – I like them to beat the Steelers this week and keep the magical streak alive – the stats don’t lie.
Seahawks (5-2-1) at Patriots (7-1)
(Opening line: Patriots, -6.5 points)
The line will adjust for sure but a seven point spread seems where it will likely land. That’s a product of how much faith the oddsmakers have in Belichick and Brady at home. The Pats are 7-1 overall this year and historically terrific at home.
Truth be told – the Seahawks have been a tad sketchy lately – my guess is that Coach Bill has something up his sleeve after the bye and that this game isn’t close. Take the Pats by 10.
Bengals (3-4-1) at Giants (5-3)
(Opening line: Giants, -2 points) Monday, ESPN
The Giants will be favored on Monday night and why not? New York has won three straight games and the Bengals have been horrendous in prime time games. Andy Dalton is 1-7 SU in National Televised prime-time games.
Add in the fact that Cincinnati is 1-3 on the road this year and this looks like a Giants win. Take New York by 3.
Bye weeks: Bills, Colts, Lions, Raiders
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