NFL Office Pool Picks Week 10 with Expert Analysis and ATS Predictions
It’s hard to believe that we are already halfway through the NFL’s regular season. In a blink of an eye, we’ve gone past the Week 9 mark. And with all the football that’s been played and craziness we’ve witnessed, we still have another month and a half left of regular-season action. The playoff picture is starting to take shape, and now is about the time teams start jockeying for position both in the division and in the wild card race. If the first half of the season was any indication, we are in for a wild and unforgettable finish.
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Week 10 Picks Against the Spread
Baltimore Ravens -7.5 over Miami Dolphins: It wasn’t pretty, but Baltimore needed OT to put away Minnesota while Miami beat up on a bad Texans squad. I don’t think the Ravens are built to blow anyone out, but the Dolphins are bad, and this sets up as a nice spot for the Ravens.
Indianapolis Colts -10.5 over Jacksonville Jaguars: The Colts did what we expected them to do on Thursday, and that was beat the Jets. The Jags shocked the world and beat the Bills as 14-point home dogs. I don’t see lightning striking twice for Jacksonville, and I see Indy winning big.
Cleveland Browns +1.5 over New England Patriots: I told whoever would listen to me that the Browns were going to beat the Bengals. They made me look like a genius, and I’m hoping I can hit with them in back-to-back weeks. I’m not a big believer in what the Patriots are doing, so I’ll take the Browns at plus money this week.
Dallas Cowboys -9 over Atlanta Falcons: I’m not sure the Cowboys could play any worse than they did last week. They lost outright as 10-point favorites and are now laying a similar number. Like Buffalo below, I’m going back to the well with them as I see them bouncing back in a big way.
Buffalo Bills -13 over New York Jets: I don’t think it’s a good idea to lay double digits with the Bills again after they lost outright to the Jags last week. However, the Jets stink, and I don’t see them putting up 30 points with Josh Johnson under center. Bills bounce back and win big.
Tennessee Titans -3 over New Orleans Saints: The Titans were supposed to lose last week, while the Saints were supposed to win. The opposite happened, and so I’m backing the Titans in this one as they seem to be OK without Derrick Henry in the backfield, whereas the Saints are lost offensively without Winston under center.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -9.5 over Washington Football Team: You likely haven’t gotten right betting against Tom Brady. I won’t make the mistake of fading him here as the team is off a bye and should be focused and ready to go in this one. Washington is a terrible football team and will be lucky to put up 17 points.
Pittsburgh Steelers -9 over Detroit Lions: The Steelers were bailed out by the refs on Monday and just barely snuck by the Bears. The Lions didn’t lose because they were on a bye. I think the Steelers’ defense will do enough to limit the Lions and the Steelers win this game by 10 points.
Los Angeles Chargers -2.5 over Minnesota Vikings: I like the Chargers roster a lot more than I do the Vikings. Sure, the Vikings have some good pieces, but the Chargers are great on both sides of the football and are the better-coached team. Chargers win this one behind a strong showing from Herbert and Allen.
Arizona Cardinals -10 over Carolina Panthers: All signs are pointing to the Cardinals having Murray and Hopkins back in the lineup, so we’ll gladly lay the big number against a Carolina team that is just not very good on both sides of the football. The Cardinals do not want to relinquish that No. 1 seed in the NFC, so these are the games they need to win in order to keep hold of it.
Green Bay Packers -3.5 over Seattle Seahawks: The line indicates Rodgers will be back in the lineup, so we’ll bite on the Packers. We know Wilson will be under center for the Seahawks, but their season is all but done, while the Packers need to get back in the win column to keep pace for the No. 1 seed.
Denver Broncos -3 over Philadelphia Eagles: The Broncos went into Dallas and shocked the Cowboys, and I see them returning home with momentum and getting a win. The Broncos are better from top to bottom. And with the better defense, I’ll take Bridgwater over Hurts any day of the week.
Kansas City Chiefs -2.5 over Las Vegas Raiders: It wasn’t pretty, but the Chiefs did just enough to beat the Rodgers-less Packers on Sunday, while the Raiders did Raider-like things in New York and lost a very winnable game. The Chiefs are still a dangerous team, and I don’t see the Raiders’ defense holding up in this one.
Los Angeles Rams -4 over San Francisco 49ers: Just when you start to trust the Niners, they go and lay an egg on home field against a team missing their starting quarterback and best receiver. I think I’ve said that I’m done with the Niners three times already this season, but this time I mean it. Rams bounce back and destroy the Niners here.
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