NFL Week 10 Preview & Betting Odds

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NFL Week 10 is upon us. The week will kick off with a potential snoozer of a Thursday night game that will feature the Ravens and Dolphins. However, the rest of the games should entertain some exciting performances during the Sunday slate.

Check out our preview and betting odds for Week 10.

Baltimore Ravens @ Miami Dolphins (+7.5, 48)

A Thursday night showdown that could surely turn ugly will take place to start Week 10. If any team has lost more painfully this season than the Detroit Lions, it would be the Miami Dolphins. The Ravens come into this one as big favorites and will more than likely take care of business.

Buffalo Bills @ New York Jets (+13, 47.5)

The Buffalo Bills have come a long way from being crowned kings of the AFC in early October. Now the Bills are coming off an embarrassing loss to the Jaguars and will play another bottom-tier franchise in the Jets. Buffalo should roll in this one, but after last week, anything is possible.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Washington Football Team (+9, 51.5)

A playoff rematch that everyone has completely forgotten about will take place in this one. The Football Team from Washington will look to avenge their wildcard exit from the defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers. The Bucs will be heavily favored in this one.

Atlanta Falcons @ Dallas Cowboys (-9.5, 52)

Don’t look now, but the Atlanta Falcons are playing football with playoff implications. Many had written off the Falcons, who have strung together a few gutsy performances. The Cowboys will look to get back on track after a lackluster performance against the Broncos. This one has the potential to surprise some folks.

New Orleans Saints @ Tennessee Titans (-4.5)

The Tennessee Titans were told their season was over after the news that star running back Derrick Henry would miss the remainder of the season. The rest of the team didn’t get the memo. The Titans took down a good Rams team and will now face another team dealing with injuries in the Saints.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis Colts (-10.5, 47.5)

The Colts should be well-rested since the team hasn’t played since their victory last Thursday against the Jets. The Colts will meet another team that has had a disappointing season when they welcome the Jaguars to Indianapolis. The Jaguars will not be an easy out after proving they compete with anyone after their victory over the Bills last week.

Detroit Lions @ Pittsburgh Steelers (-9.5, 44)

The Detroit Lions escaped the bye week unscathed as they still look for their first victory of the season. After a much-needed bye week, the Lions will be welcomed back to the field by a surging Pittsburgh Steelers team.

The Lions never win in Pittsburgh, and that doesn’t look to change this week either.

Cleveland Browns @ New England Patriots (-2.5, 44.5)

The Cleveland Browns looked like a completely different team after the OBJ saga ended last week. The Browns decimated the Bengals and now look at another big challenge against the New England Patriots.

The Patriots seem to be turning a corner, and both teams have their sights set on a Wild Card birth with the division title not far behind.

Minnesota Vikings @ Los Angeles Chargers (-2.5, 51.5)

The Los Angeles Chargers are not wasting having the best uniforms in the league. The bolts have played and looked the part this season, staying above water in a crowded AFC West. The Vikings are attempting to stay afloat in a division that seemingly looks wrapped up for the Packers. This game has all the makings of a fun offensive shootout.

Carolina Panthers @ Arizona Cardinals (-9.5, 45.5)

Two teams on opposite ends of the spectrum will meet in Arizona. The Cardinals have been one of the hottest teams in the league, while the Panthers continue to decline after a hot start to the season. Arizona are heavy favorites in this one, and for a good reason.

Philadelphia Eagles @ Denver Broncos (-2.5, 44.5)

The Denver Broncos are coming off a monster win over the Dallas Cowboys and will be looking to continue that momentum against another NFC East opponent. There’s no debate that the Broncos will be wearing the best helmets this week with an ode to a classic look. The helmets alone have me on the Broncos wagon this week.

Seattle Seahawks @ Green Bay Packers (-6, 49.5)

The Green Bay Packers have to be hoping everyone is focused on football this week. Without Dr. Rodgers last week, the Packers looked like a completely different team. Aaron Rodgers has to be on the field if this team wants to have any chance at a playoff run.

Kansas City Chiefs @ Las Vegas Raiders (+2.5, 50.5)

The Las Vegas Raiders 2021 season will one day be a Hollywood masterpiece. The Raiders have had every obstacle in their way this season and still sit tied atop the AFC West standings. No matter the outcome this season, the remaining players on this team should be proud of their fight. Can’t wait to see who Chris Pratt plays in the film.

Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers (+4)  

Matthew Stafford had his first ugly performance of this season last week, throwing back-to-back picks in a 26-second timeframe. The Rams are still one of the top threats to represent the NFC in the big game, but the all-star cast will need to refocus this week in an always tough NFC West rivalry matchup.

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