It is time to bet this week’s NFL slate! We had a decent record last week, but we are still chasing perfection. Here are five great NFL bets for the Week 10 games. All lines come via Draft Kings as of Saturday afternoon.
Browns at Dolphins: Dolphins -3.5 (-105)
The Browns are coming off a big win over a division rival. Those types of wins tend to be followed by a letdown game. It doesn’t help that they are playing a Dolphins team that is winning lately, but looking to be more dominant. Miami also needs to keep pace in the AFC East with the Bills and Jets. Cleveland, on the other hand, is in danger of almost completely falling out of the playoff hunt.
The Dolphins are just too talented, they’ll win this one by at least four, kicking off our Week 10 NFL bets with a win.
Vikings at Bills: Vikings Moneyline (+220)
It is officially time to stop sleeping on the 7-1 Vikings. They are a very good team. The fact that they are such significant underdogs in this game is kind of shocking. It is even more so when you factor in the in the injury report.
The Bills are pretty banged up defensively, which could be trouble against a team with all the offensive weapons that Minnesota has. They will likely be asking a lot from their offense this week. The problem is that Josh Allen is also not 100 percent. I like the Vikings in this one, and the value is fantastic.
Saints at Steelers: Saints -1 (-110)
This a bad matchup for the Steelers stylistically. The Saints defense is one that masks a lot of coverage and brings a lot of pressure. This usually means trouble for rookie quarterbacks like Kenny Pickett. In a matchup of two bad teams, I think the Saints are just a little bit better at this juncture. It also helps that they only have to cover one point.
Chargers at 49ers: Chargers +7.5 (-110)
This is not a great matchup for the Chargers. San Fransisco’s ball-control offense should be a problem for a team that would like to give Justin Herbert as many opportunities as possible. Nevertheless, Herbert is the reason why I like the Chargers to cover.
Expect the Niners to get out to a significant lead, but Herbert will make enough plays in the fourth quarter to pull within a score.
Commanders at Eagles: UNDER 43.5 (-110)
Carson Wentz is returning to Philly wearing the uniform of a division rival. Expect a raucous crowd at Lincoln Financial Field. Washington’s offense is already not great, but playing a stout Eagles defense in a hostile environment certainly won’t help.
That being said, Washington’s defense should keep Philly from completely running away with it. I would expect something like a 24-13 game. Take the under.