NFL Week 10 QB Matchups Betting Preview, Odds & Picks for Every Game

NFL Week 10 QB Matchups Betting Preview, Odds & Picks for Every Game

It’s time once again to look at the quarterback matchups for each NFL game this week. We’ll also give you our NFL Betting predictions for all of this week’s games. Here we go!

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Carolina Panthers @ Atlanta Falcons (-1.5)

The PJ Walker magic seems to have worn off while Marcus Mariota hasn’t been great, but he’s found ways to win. These two met just a few weeks ago when Atlanta won an overtime thriller.

Atlanta didn’t have Cordarrelle Patterson in that one, and he looked good in his return. Give us the Falcons.

Seattle Seahawks @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-2.5)

This one comes to us from Germany. Geno Smith has been the good surprise of the league, while Tom Brady and the Buccaneers have been the disappointing surprise of the league.

The travel could be an issue for the Seahawks. We like Seattle, though, as Tampa will have a hard time stopping Kenneth Walker III.

Detroit Lions @ Chicago Bears (-1.5)

We’re starting to see the evolution of Justin Fields while Jared Goff is still improving in Detroit. The Bears played well against the Dolphins but came up just short.

Detroit upset the Green Bay Packers. This one could be ugly, but we’re taking Chicago to win and cover.

Cleveland Browns @ Miami Dolphins (-5.5)

Miami and Tua Tagovailoa snuck out of Chicago with a close win. Jacoby Brissett and the Browns‘ offense can’t seem to get much going other than when Nick Chubb carries the ball. The Dolphins‘ offense will overwhelm the Browns, and Miami wins by 10.

Denver Broncos @ Tennessee Titans (-2.5)

We don’t know if Ryan Tannehill will be back for Tennessee or if Malik Willis will continue to be under center for the Titans. Willis struggles to throw the ball, and Denver has the best secondary in the league.

Russell Wilson needs to get things going for Denver. Tennessee will overpower Denver with Derrick Henry and will win by a touchdown.

Minnesota Vikings @ Buffalo Bills (-7.5)

Kirk Cousins and the Vikings keep on finding ways to win. Josh Allen’s elbow could be an issue in this one, as he made some bad mistakes in the Bills‘ loss to the Jets.

We think the Bills will win this one, but Minnesota keeps it close. The Bills won’t cover the 7.5.

Houston Texans @ New York Giants (-6)

The Giants are coming off of their bye week, so Daniel Jones may be as healthy as he’s been all season. Davis Mills and the Texans hung around with the Eagles last Thursday night. Saquon Barkley will run wild, and the Giants will cover.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Kansas City Chiefs (-10)

Trevor Lawrence has had an up-and-down second season. The Jaguars have the potential to be good, but costly mistakes have killed them.

The Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes continue to roll. The Chiefs win big and cover the 10.

New Orleans Saints @ Pittsburgh Steelers (+2.5)

Andy Dalton has made the Saints a better team, while Kenny Pickett hasn’t made the Steelers better. The Saints’ offense will give the Pittsburgh defense trouble. The Saints win and cover on the road.

Indianapolis Colts @ Las Vegas Raiders (-4.5)

This is a clash between two struggling teams. Sam Ehlinger hasn’t looked good since being named the Colts starter.

Derek Carr had a nice game last week but hasn’t been good for most of the season. We’re giving the nod to the Raiders in this one.

Arizona Cardinals @ Los Angeles Rams (-3)

Both teams have been disappointments this season. Matthew Stafford hasn’t looked good, and neither has Kyler Murray.

Sean McVay has Kliff Kingsbury’s number, as he is 7-1 all-time against Kingsbury. It’ll be 8-1 after this week. The Rams win by six.

Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers (+3)

Dak Prescott has looked good since returning from injury, while Aaron Rodgers has been abysmal this season. This is going to be the week that Rodgers plays well. We’re going with the Packers to upset the Cowboys.

Los Angeles Chargers @ San Francisco 49ers (-3.5)

Jimmy G just keeps managing the Niners to wins, while Justin Herbert continues to win games while suffering from a hip injury. The Niners are getting healthy at the right time. They’ll win the game but won’t cover.

Washington Commanders @ Philadelphia Eagles (-10.5)

Jalen Hurts has the Eagles rolling. Taylor Heinicke always brings fire to the Commanders.

Well, Heinicke won’t be enough this week. The Eagles keep on flying high and win by 14.

 
 

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