The Week 10 NFL card has lots of intriguing matchups. The Seahawks will meet the Bucs over in Munich for an early kickoff time. A couple of other huge games are the Vikings @ Bills and the Chargers @ 49ers.
We’ve found 3 best bets for the Sunday slate that we absolutely love! Our goal is to go 2-1 or better with this nice little 3-pack. Let’s win some money in Week 10!
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Browns +3.5 over Dolphins
Best Available Odds: -105 at BetMGM
This is an ideal spot for Cleveland as they’re coming off a bye and should be well-rested. The Browns proved on Halloween night that they aren’t out of the race yet. They thrashed the Bengals to the tune of 32-13.
Cleveland has a solid running game that’s led by a stout O-line and arguably the best runner in the league in Nick Chubb. Overall, the Browns rank 2nd in EPA per rush. The Dolphins’ defense only ranks 15th in that category so that’s a solid edge for Cleveland.
Jacoby Brissett has done an adequate job of leading the Browns’ passing offense. They rank 10th in EPA per pass while Miami ranks an abysmal 29th. As good as the Dolphins’ offense has been, we just can’t trust their defense in this spot.
Cowboys -4.5 over Packers
Best Available Odds: -110 at Caesars
What the heck is wrong with Aaron Rodgers and the Packers? They’re in a complete free-fall right now and things may only get worse from here on out. We’re betting that Rodgers is wishing he’d have found a new team back in the offseason.
Dallas on the other hand is rolling, as they’ve won 6 of their last 7 games. The Cowboys rank 6th in EPA per rush and that should come in handy against a Packers defense that can’t stop the run. Green Bay allows 4.8 yards per carry, which ranks 24th in the league.
The Cowboys also have a dominant defense, as they lead the league in sack rate (11.22%). They also rank 3rd in yards per pass allowed (5.5). Dallas wins this one by double digits.
Steelers +2.5 over Saints
Best Available Odds: -109 at BetRivers
Here’s a scary one! Pittsburgh has looked awful for most of the season. That being said, this is a fantastic spot for the Steelers, as they’re coming off a bye and the Saints are on a short week after playing on Monday night.
There’s not a whole lot to like about Pittsburgh from a statistical standpoint. However, the Steelers do have a solid red zone defense that ranks 6th in TD percentage allowed. They also stop the run pretty well, as they rank 8th in yards per rush allowed.
We’re hoping that Kenny Pickett will look more comfortable this week and that he’ll cut down on the interceptions. If that happens, Pittsburgh has a good chance to win this game outright! Take the points!