NFL Office Pool Picks Week 10
The NFL is waiting for 4 p.m. EST on Sunday to showcase their top games of the week. The 7-2 Bills will face the 5-3 Cardinals, while the 6-2 Seahawks take on the 5-3 Rams. Also, in the late slate, we’ll get to see Joe Burrow try to pull off an upset against the 8-0 Steelers, who struggled against the Cowboys just last week. Don’t start sleeping during the 1 p.m. EST games and miss the 4 p.m. EST games. You’re going to miss out.
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Colts vs Titans: The Colts offense was silent against the Ravens, but the Titans secondary has allowed touchdown after touchdown this season. The Colts rush defense has also played very well and should be able to get enough stops to pull off the upset. Take the Colts +2.
Texans vs Browns: Just when you think the Texans will get back on track, they give you questionable performances. The Texans should’ve destroyed last week and flat out didn’t. I don't like backing the Browns, but they’ll win this one at home. Take the Browns -3.
Washington vs Lions: I wouldn’t be confident in either team, but the Football Team has injuries at quarterback and really doesn’t have any answer on offense. I’d trust Matthew Stafford to make enough plays to help the Lions cover in this one. Take the Lions -4.
Jaguars vs Packers: Jake Luton will get his second straight start for the Jaguars. He led the Jags on an almost game-tying touchdown. They just didn’t convert the two-point conversion against the Texans. However, it’s going to be really hard for Luton to match score for score with Aaron Rodgers. Take the Packers -13.5.
Eagles vs Giants: Every NFC East game is going to be a battle. Teams are still fighting for playoff spots despite brutal records. The Giants have been in most games, they just haven’t finished the job. I’d take the points knowing the Giants will keep it close and could potentially win in this game. Take the Giants +3.5.
Buccaneers vs Panthers: The Panthers got good news last week with the return of Christian McCaffrey. Well now they get bad news as McCaffrey won’t be playing in this game due to a shoulder injury. The Buccaneers looked awful against the Saints last week, but look for those guys to hit reset and win this one with ease. Take the Buccaneers -5.5.
Broncos vs Raiders: The Broncos continue to fight no matter the score. You can say the same about the Raiders. However, the Raiders have consistently come out on top in close games, while the Broncos have done the opposite. Both defenses have also had their moments, but I’d trust the ball in Derek Carr’s hands more than Drew Lock’s. It’s just too big of a spread here. Take the Broncos +5.
Chargers vs Dolphins: Many will be tuning into this game. It’s Tua Tagovailoa against Justin Herbert. Many analysts and teams debated on the better prospect. Now is the time for both of these guys to shine. Tagovailoa looked much better in his second game, but Herbert has consistently put together incredible games with many touchdowns and a high amount of yards per game passing. The Dolphins defense does enough for me in this spot. Take the Dolphins -2.5.
Bills vs Cardinals: The Bills are 7-2 and just shocked the Seahawks last week. The Bills offense drove down the field with ease against a very bad Seahawks secondary. The Cardinals are a much better defense, but even they allowed Tagovailoa to carve them up at times. I like the Bills to keep it rolling. Take the Bills -1.5.
Seahawks vs Rams: The Seahawks are underdogs on the road against the Rams. Both teams are fighting for a top spot in the NFC West and have winning records. The Rams defense shows up every game, but that offense can struggle at times. Here’s some news though. They won’t struggle against the Seahawks. Take the Rams -1.5.
49ers vs Saints: The 49ers are banged up and the Saints just absolutely destroyed the Buccaneers at almost full strength. The Saints are a 9.5-point favorite, and yet that doesn’t even seem like enough. As long as the Saints carry their momentum into this game, the second half will be a breeze. Take the Saints -9.5.
Bengals vs Steelers: The Steelers underperformed against the Cowboys and kind of embarrassed themselves. However, the Bengals offensive line has been terrible all season long, even after getting the win two weeks ago against the Titans. The pressure will get to Burrow, and the Steelers will escape with another win and stay undefeated. Take the Steelers -7.
Ravens vs Patriots: The Patriots almost lost to the Jets and needed a game-winning field goal to decide that game. The Patriots have been terrible against the run defensively. You know what that means, right? The Ravens will run all over the Patriots on Sunday night. Take the Ravens -7.
Vikings vs Bears: I feel like these records should be flipped. The Vikings should be 5-4, while the Bears should be 3-5. Either way, the Vikings offense has been very hot recently and now have a tough task against the Bears defense. But the Vikings defense won’t have much of a problem against an underwhelming Bears offense. The Vikings offense does enough for this win. Take the Vikings -2.5.
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