After the Saints defeated the Rams last week there are no more undefeated teams in the NFL.
Many of the divisions are still wide open and there are some big games on the fixture this week.
After going 9-5 with our tips in Week 8, we slumped a tad in Week 9, going 7-7 against the spread.
Coming into Week 10 I have compiled picks, with their spreads, for all of the NFL action this week.
Don’t forget our in-depth analysis and form guides:
Carolina Panthers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (-4) O/U 51.5
Both of these teams are hot, as the Panthers have won three in a row and the Steelers have won four straight. The Steelers have been getting great play from RB James Connor, who has rushed for over 100 yards in four straight games. This game will be pretty close, but at home the Steelers will win and cover in primetime.
Washington Redskins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3) O/U 51.5
The Redskins had their three-game winning streak snapped in their last game losing 38-14 to the Atlanta Falcons. Adrian Peterson struggled in the game with only 17 rushing yards and his play is key, as in the Skins three losses he has only totaled 43 rushing yards. The Bucs have lost two in a row and five of their last six games and while they have the offense their defense ranks dead last in the league in points against. Washington will bounce back in this game and not only cover, but win as well.
Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears (-6.5) O/U 45
The Lions have lost two in a row where they have only totaled 23 points. They are now on the road to face the Bears, who have won two straight and rank fourth in the league only giving up an average of 19.1 ppg. The Bears will get their third straight win in this game and they will also cover.
Arizona Cardinals vs. Kansas City Chiefs (-16.5) O/U 49.5
The Cardinals have not had a good season, but they did win their last game and they are rested coming off a bye. They played good defense in winning their last game, but can they stop a Chiefs offense that is the highest scoring team in the league led by Patrick Mahomes, who has the most passing yards in the league? No. Take the Chiefs in this non-conference affair.
Atlanta Falcons (-4) vs. Cleveland Browns O/U 50.5
The Falcons got back to .500 with a solid win over the Redskins in their last game and face the Browns, who have lost four in a row and recently fired their head coach and offensive coordinator. Atlanta will stay hot, as they will win and cover in Cleveland.
New Orleans Saints (-5) vs. Cincinnati Bengals O/U 54
The Saints have won seven in a row and in their last game they handed the L.A. Rams their first loss of the season. The Bengals are 5-3, but they rank dead last in the league in overall defense and 24th in overall offense. Brees will light up Cincy in this road game and the Saints will win and cover the spread.
New England Patriots (-6.5) vs. Tennessee Titans O/U 46.5
The Patriots have won six in a row, but they have some injury concerns at the running back and tight end positions. Still they have Tom Brady and the team is coming off a great 31-17 home win over the Green Bay Packers. The Titans snapped their three-game losing streak in their last game, but even at home they will not get the W or cover the spread facing the defending AFC champions.
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts (-3) O/U 47
The Jaguars and Colts are tied at 3-5 and the loser will have an uphill battle to stay in the playoff race. The reeling Jags have lost four in a row where their defense has struggled. On top of that Jax ranks tied for 29th in the league in points per game. The Colts have won two in a row against weak teams and they will get their third straight win in this game and cover as well at home.
Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets (-7.5) O/U 37
The Jets have lost three in a row and their defense has really been struggling. However, they face a Bills team that has lost four straight, has major quarterback issues, and has not scored in double figures in their last three games. Take New York in this one at home to win and cover.
LA Chargers (-10) vs. Oakland Raiders O/U 50
The Chargers are quietly and they have won five straight. They beat the reeling Raiders by 16 points at home a few weeks back and will win by double digits again. the Chargers will win this game and cover the spread sending the reeling Raiders to their fifth straight loss.
Miami Dolphins vs. Green Bay Packers (-10) O/U 47.5
The Packers have lost two in a row and they are under .500 for the season. Still, they are double-digit home favorites in this non-conference game. The Dolphins had lost two in a row where they gave up 74 points before winning their last game where they only gave up six points. Green Bay has faced the Rams and the Patriots in their last two games and this time around at home facing a team that is not elite they will win and cover.
Seattle Seahawks vs. L.A. Rams (-10) O/U 51
The Seahawks are coming off a loss and the Rams are as well, which was their first loss of the season The Rams gave up 45 points in their last game and Todd Gurley was held in check. Earlier this season in Seattle the Rams beat the Seahawks by two points and they will win another close one in this game, which means Seattle will cover getting 10 points.
Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5) O/U 43
Things are not good in the Big D for a Dallas team that that has lost two in a row and is two games under .500. Head coach Jason Garrett is on the hot seat Exekiel Elliot has struggled, and Dak Prescott has not been playing well. The Eagles are coming off a bye and they have won two of their last three games. On Sunday night Philly will have a good game while Dallas will not and the Eagles will win and cover.
New York Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers (-3) O/U 44
The Giants are a mess where they have gotten poor QB play from Eli Manning and the #2 pick in the last draft in running back Saquon Barkley has only totaled 81 rushing yards in his last two games where he has averaged 2.9 and 3.1 yards per carry respectively. The 49ers snapped their four-game losing streak in their last game where 2nd year QB Nick Mullins had one of the best NFL debuts in league history. Take San Fran in this one to win and cover at home.
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