NFL Power Rankings Betting Analysis for Week 10 of the 2022-23 Season

NFL Power Rankings Betting Analysis for Week 10 of the 2022-23 Season

A crazy NFL Week 9 where the Buffalo Bills, Los Angeles Rams, and Green Bay Packers all lost didn’t lead to many changes on the NFL Power Rankings. Why? Green Bay has been bad for a while, the Rams lost to Tampa, and Buffalo’s loss was their second of the season. Keep reading for the updated NFL Power Rankings after week 9 so you can continue betting against the NFL Lines.

2022 NFL Power Rankings Betting Update After Week 9

2022-23 NFL Regular Season

  • When: Sep. 8, 2022 – Jan. 8, 2023

NFL Power Rankings Heading Into Week 10

  1. Philadelphia Eagles 8-0 – On Monday night, Philadelphia goes for their ninth straight win. 
  2. Buffalo Bills 6-2 – Losing to the Jets isn’t as embarrassing as it used to be. We didn’t ding the Bills for the loss. 
  3. Kansas City Chiefs 6-2 – Patrick Mahomes rallied the Chiefs to an overtime win against the Titans, which is a big deal because Tennessee is an AFC contender. 
  4. Minnesota Vikings 7-1 – The Vikings face the Bills on Sunday so we should expect Minny to grab their second loss of the season.
  5. Tennessee Titans 5-3 – The Titans should have beaten the Chiefs. Luckily for Tennessee, they play in the worst division in football, the ridiculous AFC South.
  6. Dallas Cowboys 6-2 – Dallas got a bye last week. On Sunday, the Boys travel to Lambeau to face one of the worst teams in the NFL in Green Bay.
  7. Seattle Seahawks 6-3 – Seattle takes on Tom Brady and the Bucs as +3 road dogs in week 10.
  8. New York Giants 6-2 –On Sunday, the G-Men throw down against the Houston Texans. Like Dallas, the Giants should end Sunday with a 7-2 record.
  9. Baltimore Ravens 6-3 – Roquan Smith changes Baltimore’s outlook. The Edgar Allan Poes are now Super Bowl contenders.
  10. New York Jets 6-3 – J-E-T-S is 3 Zach Wilson interceptions away from being 7-2. So, yeah, the New York Jets is for real.
  11. Miami Dolphins 6-3 – Tua is one of the league’s top quarterbacks. But unfortunately for the Dolphins, the defense, which was their strength last season, has struggled.
  12. Los Angeles Chargers 5-3 – The Bolts used at least two mirrors and a lot of smoke to get by the Falcons. The Chargers should have a ton of trouble versus the Niners on Sunday night.
  13. San Francisco 49ers 4-4 – SF remains a game behind the Seahawks for first place in the NFC West. If the 49ers cut out the mental errors, they will have a chance to overtake Seattle.
  14. Cincinnati Bengals 5-4 –Cincinnati’s quest for the AFC North got much tougher last week after the Ravens traded for linebacker Roquan Smith.  
  15. New England Patriots 5-4 – The Patriots blasted the Colts. But even though they are 5-4, New England is in last place in the deep AFC East.
  16. Atlanta Falcons 4-5 – The Falcons had the Bolts on the ropes. A wild sequence, where the Falcons forced and recovered a fumble before losing it back to Los Angeles, is why the ATL is 4-5 instead of 5-5.
  17. Washington Commanders 4-5 – The Commanders played too well to lose against the Vikings in week 9. Washington has a real shot of, yes, upsetting the Eagles on the money line in NFL Week 10’s MNF tilt.
  18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4-5 – Tom Brady rallied the Buccaneers to a 13-10 win over the Los Angeles Rams. The Bucs are in tie with the Falcons atop the NFC South. 
  19. Los Angeles Rams 3-5 – Los Angeles played well enough to beat the Bucs. But instead of winning, the Rams fell further behind the Seahawks in the NFC West. 
  20. Indianapolis Colts 3-5-1 – The Colts are a mess. Last week, Indianapolis got rid of their offensive coordinator. This week, the Colts fired head coach Frank Reich and hired former center Jeff Saturday.
  21. Arizona Cardinals 3-6 – The Valley isn’t living up to expectations. If Arizona doesn’t rally for a playoff spot, Kliff Kingsbury could be out of a job.
  22. New Orleans Saints 3-6 – Like Kingsbury, Dennis Allen is on the hot seat. The Saints’ quarterback situation is a mess, the team is undisciplined, and for every excellent performance there’s been two awful performances.
  23. Green Bay Packers 3-6 – Nobody at Green Bay is in danger of being fired, but we must question why hand Aaron Rodgers a massive contract during the offseason only to field an offense that averages 17 points per game?
  24. Cleveland Browns 3-5 – Have the Browns turned it around? The game versus Miami on Sunday will tell us more. 
  25. Chicago Bears 3-6 –Justin Fields had a record breaking day on the ground in the loss to the Miami Dolphins. Things are looking up in Chicago.
  26. Denver Broncos 3-5 – Denver faces a tall task versus the Titans in their next. Tennessee is playing well on both sides of the ball while Denver’s offense remains one of the worst units in the league. 
  27. Jacksonville Jaguars 3-6 – Jacksonville’s 27-20 win over the Raiders shows the team has some talent. The problem is consistency. 
  28. Las Vegas Raiders 2-6 – Vegas’s record is not what Raiders fans had in mind when the organization hired Josh McDaniels as head coach.
  29. Pittsburgh Steelers 2-6 – If Kenny Pickett develops more, Pittsburgh will start winning football games. 
  30. Detroit Lions 2-6 – The Lions got the win over Green Bay. But, lately, everybody has beaten Green Bay. So the victory doesn’t impress that much. 
  31. Carolina Panthers 2-7 – The Panthers have zero plans on making things better this season, which means the losses will mount.  
  32. Houston Texans 1-6-1 – The Texans’ roster doesn’t stack up against the other 31 teams in the NFL. So unless their opponents hand them games, Houston won’t win.
 
 

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