NFL Week 10

Buckle up, because the second half of the NFL regular season it’s going to be a thrilling ride. Right now, the Tennessee Titans are leading the way in the AFC despite losing Derrick Henry to an injury. The Arizona Cardinals found a way to win without two main assets and are leading the way over the NFC.

However, neither have a comfortable advantage, things could change in a bit. That means we’ve reached that point in which each game should be played like it’s the Super Bowl.

We already have the Week 10 odds fully loaded. Be sure to check ‘em and pick your favorites!

NFL Week 10 Preview

Action will kick off on Thursday Night with the Baltimore Ravens paying a visit to the Miami Dolphins. Baltimore is one of those teams that could climb to the top of the conference with a certain mix of results.

On Sunday, fingers crossed, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers will be facing Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Both quarterbacks are eager to return to the field. Sunday and Monday Night will offer us two very interesting divisional matchups. First, the Kansas City Chiefs vs Las Vegas Raiders, then the Los Angeles Rams vs San Francisco 49ers.

The NFL Week 10 odds are ready and waiting as we look through each game. Four teams will be “enjoying” their bye week: Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, Houston Texans, New York Giants.

NFL Games of the Week

  • Baltimore Ravens (-7½)


    Miami Dolphins

    November 11, 8:20 p.m. ET

    Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens (6-2) regained some confidence by beating the Minnesota Vikings in Week 9. Once again, kicker Justin Tucker made a winning field-goal during overtime. Never underestimate having a good kicker, I mean it.

    Le’Veon Bell and Devonta Freeman scored one touchdown each. Freeman’s was through the air, but still, that’s good news for Baltimore. You know, not depending only on Jackson to produce something from the backfield. Besides, rookie receiver Rashod Bateman has been looking good out there. He, Mark Andrews, and Marquise Brown could become one of the best receiving trios in the league.

    Baltimore is 6-2 against the spread in their last eight games against an opponent from the AFC East.

    The Miami Dolphins (2-7) will be playing host to the Ravens with one huge doubt in mind. QB Tua Tagovailoa missed Week 9 due to injury. Jacoby Brissett took over and led them to a victory, but it was over the Houston Texans. Head coach Brian Flores has said that Tagovailoa is their QB, but I don’t know, Brissett hasn’t been bad at all.

    Besides the second year QB, WR Davante Parker is questionable, while Will Fuller will miss his six-straight game.

    The total has gone over in four of Miami’s last six games against Baltimore.

  • Buffalo Bills (-13)


    New York Jets

    November 14, 1:00 p.m. ET

    The Buffalo Bills (5-3) should be embarrassed. When you’re one of the favorites to win the next Super Bowl, you can’t lose 9-6 to the Jacksonville Jaguars. We all know the NFL produces an upset pretty much each week, but common, six points!

    That being said, they should be fine when visiting the New York Jets (2-6), or should I say Mike White’s team? The Bills have talent to spare, they just need to focus and don’t underestimate any opponent. Their running game keeps being embarrassing, but Allen’s arm has been enough to produce.

    Buffalo is 5-2 straight up in its last seven games when playing on the road against the Jets.

    Zach Wilson is back training, but not so fast. White is on track to be under center for the Jets. It seems like head coach Robert Saleh wants Wilson to keep improving before sending him out there again. Besides, White has done a great job replacing him.

    Receiver Elijah Moore comes from a monster game in Week 9 with seven receptions for 84 yards and two touchdowns. Him and Corey Davis, who’s expected to return, could become a real headache when playing together.

    The Jets are 4-1 ATS in their last five home games.

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-10)


    Washington Football Team

    November 14, 1:00 p.m. ET

    Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-2) will be back after enjoying their bye week. Believe it or not, Brady’s team wins even when not playing. The Atlanta Falcons beat the New Orleans Saints, increasing the Buccaneers’ advantage at the top of the NFC South.

    Head coach Bruce Arians said that Antonio Brown is still wearing a boot. Nevertheless, Tampa Bay has talent to spare, and they’ll be well-rested, including Rob Gronkowski. The elite tight end has been dealing with some injuries, but he should be ready to go.

    The Bucs are 10-2 SU in their last 12 games on the road.

    The Washington Football Team (2-6) will also have fresh legs to face Tampa Bay. They also will be back after enjoying their bye week, and head coach Ron Rivera already said that Taylor Heinicke will be under center.

    Antonio Gibson took advantage of the bye week to keep healing. The top RB has been dealing with some issues, nevertheless, he has been very productive. Just in case, the WFT signed Wendell Smallwood.

    Washington is 1-6 SU in its last seven home games.

  • Atlanta Falcons


    Dallas Cowboys (-10)

    November 14, 1:00 p.m. ET

    Believe it or not, if the season ended up today, the Atlanta Falcons (4-4) would be in the Playoffs. Veteran Matt Ryan led them to an upset victory over the Saints in Week 9 with 343 passing yards and three total touchdowns.

    Cordarrelle Patterson has been sensational playing two positions, running back and wide receiver. Patterson, Russell Gage, and Olamide Zaccheaus are the reason why they haven’t missed Calvin Ridley.

    The total has gone over in four of Atlanta’s last five games.

    Unlike the Falcons, the Dallas Cowboys (6-2) didn’t win in Week 9. Dak Prescott returned to action, but he seemed off. Even so, he finished with 232 passing yards and two touchdowns.

    Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb had a very bad day, but Malik Turner took advantage of that. He finished with five receptions for 33 yards and two touchdowns. Having more targets is very good news for Prescott.

    Despite recent results, facing the Falcons is a great opportunity to return to the winning column. The Cowboys are 5-2 SU in their last seven games against an opponent from the NFC South.

  • New Orleans Saints


    Tennessee Titans (-3)

    November 14, 1:00 p.m. ET

    Two weeks ago, Trevor Siemian led the New Orleans Saints (5-3) to beat Tom Brady and the Buccaneers., Last week, he couldn’t do the same against Matt Ryan and the Falcons. Alvin Kamara finished with 104 total yards and one touchdown. Veteran Mark Ingram is starting to have more touches from the backfield.

    No matter who’s playing, Siemian, Taysom Hill or Jameis Winston, the Saints lack of an elite receiver is a problem. Tre’Quan Smith is trying, but he needs a little more time.

    Despite injuries and other details, the Saints are 16-3 SU in their last 19 road games.

    The Tennessee Titans (7-2) won despite Derrick Henry’s absence. That’s huge, because they didn’t defeat any team, they beat the Los Angeles Rams. Ryan Tannehill finished with 146 total yards and two touchdowns, one through the ground.

    Veteran Adrian Peterson returned to action and scored, but finished with only 21 yards in 10 carries. D’Onta Foreman finished with 29 yards in five carries. Expect Foreman to be more involved from now on.

    If A.J. Brown and Julio Jones remain healthy, the Titans will always have a shot, including one against the Saints. They’re 5-0 ATS in their last five games.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars


    Indianapolis Colts (-10½)

    November 14, 1:00 p.m. ET

    Believe it or not, the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-6) got their second victory against the Buffalo Bills. The defense was impressive, especially Josh Allen, who curiously enough intercepted and sacked Josh Allen. He also recovered a fumble after the Bills QB was hit.

    Offensively, the Jaguars relied on veteran Carlos Hyde to lead the way from the backfield. James Robinson missed the game due to injury and he remains questionable. Trevor Lawrence suffered a low-ankle sprain, but he’s expected to play.

    The total has gone under in six of Jacksonville’s last seven games.

    I think it’s safe to say that Jonathan Taylor is an elite RB. He’s the main reason for the Indianapolis Colts (4-5) to still be in the race. He finished their Week 9 matchup with 200 total yards and two touchdowns. He alone could take the Jaguars down.

    Carson Wentz is regaining more confidence each week. Last week he connected with 10 different receivers. Unfortunately for him, veteran T.Y. Hilton keeps missing games due to injury.

    The Colts are 6-2 ATS in their last eight games played in November.

  • Detroit Lions (-9)


    Pittsburgh Steelers

    November 14, 1:00 p.m. ET

    The winless Detroit Lions (0-8) will be back after enjoying a much-needed bye week. They’re the only team that hasn’t won, but I do think they’ve a shot against the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3).

    Jared Goff isn’t a bad QB, but he needs more help. He needs an elite WR to lead the way in the open field. He also needs more help from the backfield. D’Andre Swift is far from meeting expectations.

    The Lions are 2-7 ATS in their last nine games against an opponent from the AFC North.

    The reason I think the Lions have a shot, it’s because the Steelers have been a very inconsistent team. Yes, they own a winning record, but for example, they suffered a lot against Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears.

    This should be Ben Roethlisberger’s last season. The good news is that the offense will be in good hands thanks to RB Najee Harris. The rookie has had a great season and has proven he can carry the load. In the receiving game, TE Pat Freiermuth is becoming a reliable asset, last week he scored two touchdowns.

    Pittsburgh is 1-5 ATS in its last six home games.

  • Cleveland Browns


    New England Patriots (-1)

    November 14, 1:00 p.m. ET

    Nick Chubb returned to his best form and the Cleveland Browns (5-4) crushed the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 9. The RB finished with 163 total yards and two touchdowns. QB Baker Mayfield also had a decent game throwing for 218 yards and two touchdowns.

    The Browns released Odell Beckham Jr, so you can expect Donovan People-Jones to be more involved. Jarvis Landry should become their No. 1 receiver, but the veteran has been dealing with some injuries.

    Cleveland is 5-1 ATS in its last six games on the road.

    Mac Jones and the New England Patriots (5-4) are in the hunt. The rookie QB has played good enough while also receiving a lot of help from the backfield. Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson have had a great season.

    With Bill Belichick on the sidelines, the Pats will always have a chance. They won their last three straight games while allowing only 14.3 points per game. We’re still talking about an elite defense, even without Stephon Gilmore. Chubb and the Browns will be a tough test for the unit.

    The total has gone over in four of New England’s last six games against Cleveland.

  • Minnesota Vikings


    Los Angeles Rams (-2½)

    November 14, 4:05 p.m. ET

    The Minnesota Vikings (3-5) are the best team in the NFL when it comes to losing close games. Last week, they lost 34-31 to the Baltimore Ravens. They shouldn’t be suffering that much with Dalvin Cook, Adam Thielen, and Justin Jefferson out there. Yes, Kirk Cousins needs to step up and be a better leader.

    Defensively, they allowed 34 points for the second time this season. They’ve shown some improvement over the last four weeks, but they need to be more consistent.

    The Vikings are 4-1 ATS in their last five games against the Los Angeles Chargers.

    Speaking about the Chargers, they remain atop the AFC West thanks to a 5-3 record. Most recently, they beat the Philadelphia Eagles 27-24. Justin Herbert and Keenan Allen have developed good chemistry, but the QB needs to spread the ball a little more.

    Austin Ekeler has become a reliable RB. He’s on the verge of becoming part of the elite. Minnesota vs Los Angeles could become a showdown between him and Cook.

    The Chargers are 1-7 SU in their last eight games played in Week 10.

  • Carolina Panthers


    Arizona Cardinals (-10)

    November 14, 4:05 p.m. ET

    The Carolina Panthers (4-5) won their first three games, but then lost five of their last six. It seems like the New York Jets were right about Sam Darnold, who’s now day-to-day with a shoulder injury.

    Christian McCaffrey returned to action in Week 9 and finished with 106 total yards. He’s one of the best in the league, no doubt about it, but he can’t do it all alone. D.J. Moore and Robbie Anderson need to start acting like top receivers.

    The total has gone under in four of Carolina’s last five games.

    No Kyler Murray? No DeAndre Hopkins? No problem, the Arizona Cardinals (8-1) will still win. That’s what they did in Week 9 against the San Francisco 49ers. They were led by RB James Conner, who finished with 96 yards and two touchdowns. Expect Conner to be even more involved because Chase Edmonds will be sidelined several weeks due to injury.

    The defense also deserves some praise after finishing with one interception, five sacks, and two fumble recoveries. They did all that even with J.J. Watt out due to injury. We’re talking about one of the best units in the league.

    Murray and Hopkins remain questionable to face the Panthers. Curiously enough, the Cardinals are 2-5 SU in their last seven games when playing at home against Carolina.

  • Philadelphia Eagles


    Denver Broncos (-3)

    November 14, 4:25 p.m. ET

    The Philadelphia Eagles (3-6) didn’t take advantage of Dallas’ defeat. They fought bravely against the Chargers but lost by a field-goal. QB Jalen Hurts isn’t bad, but he needs to be more consistent.

    The good news is that RB Jordan Howard is finally meeting expectations. He scored three touchdowns over the last two weeks, also finishing with 54+ yards in each contest. After a rocky start, he has proven he can carry the load.

    Philadelphia is 2-4 SU in its last six games when playing on the road against Denver.

    Despite having a winning record, the Broncos (5-4) are at the bottom of the AFC West. That’s right, all teams in the division have a winning record. Denver pulled off an incredible upset in Week 9 against the Dallas Cowboys. Their confidence is up to the roof, and they’ll be facing the Eagles at Mile High. That should be enough for them to take the reins.

    Teddy Bridgewater isn’t a bad QB, but he needs to be more consistent. He has no excuses with Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick, and Jerry Jeudy out there. Melvin Gordon and Javonte Williams have become a very dangerous duo from the backfield. Williams moves the chains; Gordon scores the points.

    The Broncos are 8-4 ATS in their last 12 games played on Sunday.

  • Seattle Seahawks


    Green Bay Packers (-4)

    November 14, 4:25 p.m. ET

    Everybody is expecting Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers to be back. The Seattle Seahawks (3-5) medical staff already gave the green light, but the Green Bay Packers’ (7-2) are still waiting. If both play, it will be a back-and-forth battle, if not, it could turn into a boring contest.

    The Seahawks will return after a much-needed bye week. Not just to recuperate Wilson, but also Chris Carson. Geno Smith and Alex Collings have done a good job, but they’re not as good as Wilson and Carson. Seattle can still think about the Wildcard, but only if the starters are in the picture.

    Seattle is 5-2 SU in their last seven games against an opponent from the NFC North.

    Forget about the Packers beating the Seahawks without Aaron Rodgers. They average less than 15 points when Rodgers is out. Jordan Love, who replaced Rodgers in Week 9, threw for 190 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

    Rodgers will do whatever it takes to play, but if not, expect Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon to carry the load from the backfield.

    The Packers are 5-10 SU in their last 15 games played in November.

  • Kansas City Chiefs (-2½)


    Las Vegas Raiders

    November 14, 8:20 p.m. ET

    Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs (5-4) are not playing well, but they still are in the race. Last week, Mahomes threw for 166 yards and one touchdown. Those numbers are not even close to meeting expectations.

    Darrel Williams has done a good job replacing Clyde Edwards-Helaire, but the second year RB is expected to be back. Williams will remain a solid backup, though. Travis Kelce and Tyrek Hill remain the top targets in the passing game, but Mahomes needs to mix things up more. Otherwise, the rest of the season could become a nightmare.

    The Chiefs are 16-4 SU in their last 20 games on the road.

    It has been a very turbulent week for the Las Vegas Raiders (5-3). First, they had to release CB Damon Arnette, another first round pick from the 2020 NFL Draft. Then, they lost to a New York Giants team without Saquon Barkley and Sterling Shepard.

    The good news is that Josh Jacobs is fully healthy. Expect him to have a huge role in this divisional matchup. Also, Darren Waller had a good game in Week 9, allowing him to regain some confidence.

    The total has gone over in seven of Las Vegas’ last eight games at home. Expect that trend to continue when playing host to the Chiefs on Sunday Night.

  • Los Angeles Rams (-4)


    San Francisco 49ers

    November 15, 8:15 p.m. ET

    What a game to close Week 10 of the NFL regular season. The Los Angeles Rams (7-2) unexpectedly lost to the Tennessee Titans in Week 9, which means they’re thirsty for revenge. Von Miller is expected to play his first game with the team. Miller and Aaron Donald together, that’s scary.

    Offensively, Cooper Kupp is having a historic season. With 11 catches for 95 yards in Week 9, he reached 1000+ yards and 10+ touchdowns. He’s the second player in NFL history to do that in only nine games. The other one is Jerry Rice.

    The Rams are 10-5 ATS against an opponent from the NFC.

    They’ll be facing a San Francisco 49ers team in a must-win situation. The Niners are 3-5 at the bottom of the NFC West. If they want to remain in the Wildcard hunt, they can’t afford to lose against another divisional rival.

    Fortunately, George Kittle is back, while Eli Mitchell has become a reliable RB. Also, RB Jeff Wilson is expected to return after missing several games due to injury. The 49ers have enough talent to compete against the powerful Rams.

    San Francisco is 0-8 SU in their last eight games at home. They need to start winning NOW.

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