NFL Week 10 Lines & Betting Picks: Teams to Certainly Win their Game

NFL Week 10 Lines & Betting Picks: Teams to Certainly Win their Game

The standings for this year and Sunday’s outcomes demonstrate that the NFL has never been more competitive. This past Sunday saw six games with winning margins of seven points or less, and only five teams had fewer than three victories overall. According to the NFL Week Ten odds, there should be a lot of close games this week. Whatever the case, let’s look at the three predicted winners entering this next NFL Betting week to give you the best insight on winning your bets for Week Ten.

Who Are the Sure Winners in Week 10 of NFL Action?

Seattle Seahawks (+2.5)  vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Oddsmakers continue to give Tom Brady and the Buccaneers the benefit of the doubt, but I live in reality, and the stats say the Seahawks should be favored in this one. Seattle continues to defy the odds, and they have separated themselves as true NFC contenders. 

With a 31-21 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday, the Seahawks extended their incredible run over their divisional opponent and swept the season series. The Seahawks have found the blueprint to flourish against tough teams in the NFL. Geno Smith’s solid work in the pocket, the improved offensive line, and strong running game combined with a shockingly improved defense gives Seattle the winning formula to grab an upset again. 

The Buccaneers broke their three-game skid and mounted a classic Brady come-from-behind victory with a minute left to win 16-13 over the Rams. Be that as it may, the Buccaneers continue to struggle to move the ball. Their running game is non-existent, and Tampa Bay is relying on a 45-year-old Brady to throw over 40 passes a game. 

In its last three games, Seattle’s defense has been allowing an NFL-low 272 total yards per contest. Brady has seen a lot of pressure as well, as Seattle has recorded 27 sacks in just nine games, which might mean another arduous afternoon for the future Hall of Famer.

Detroit Lions vs Chicago Bears (-2.5)

The Bears make the list this week, and they are the reel deal. Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears put on an impressive performance against one of the best teams in the NFL. Despite the loss, Justin Fields seems to have broken out at quarterback, rushing for 178 yards and a touchdown, while also adding three passing touchdowns through the air. 

The Lions surprisingly took down the Packers, but I think that is a testament to how bad the Packers are rather than the Lions being any good. Detroit is averaging just 12 points over their last four games, and their defense ranks last in the league in both points (29.3) and yards allowed (417.3). 

Although they were ultimately edged out 35-32 to the Dolphins, Chicago continues to impress. Over their last three games, they have totaled an average of 31.3 points. Their defense still needs some work, but against a sub-par team in Detroit, they should dominate this one at home. 

Denver Broncos vs Tennessee Titans (-3)

The Tennessee Titans entered their matchup with the Chiefs last Sunday as -12.5 underdogs on the road. Without Ryan Tannehill, the Titans came dangerously close to shocking the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, but Tennessee ultimately fell short by a score of 20-17 in overtime. 

The Titans five game-win streak finally ended; despite this, they have proved that they grind out football games. Tennessee will not roll over even without their quarterback. Derrick Henry continues to be a monster, chalking up his fifth straight 100-yard game and third multi-touchdown game in his last four contests. This will be another strong matchup for Henry against a Broncos team that has allowed 139.7 rushing yards per game over the previous three games.

Following a tight 21-17 victory over the Jaguars in Week Eight in London, the Broncos had a bye in Week Nine. Denver dealt their best defensive player to the Dolphins, and they are dealing with a plethora of injuries on the offensive side, most notably on the offensive line. Too many things are trending in the wrong direction for Denver, they have the third-worst scoring offense (15.1) combined with a slew of injuries. Take the Titans to win comfortably at home.


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