Harry Mayes (@harrymayesTU):
Harry Mayes, representing our partners at Vig It (@Vig_it), gave us a full slate of games to bet on in college football and for Week 10 NFL action.
- Virginia Tech -2.5 over Miami
- Tulsa -2.5 over SMU
- Penn State -3 over Nebraska
- Eagles -4 over Giants
- Eagles/Giants o44.5
- Panthers +6 over Buccaneers
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Mark Drumheller (@x_drumheller): NFL picks for Week 10.
Las Vegas -3.5 over Denver. The Raiders continue to be undervalued in the market after posting wins against the Saints, Chiefs, and Browns. This is a prime example. Denver closed as a 4.5 point dog to Atlanta last week and was not competitive at all. The Broncos average only 5 pts a game in 1H over the last weeks, and typically stuff the stat sheet after the game is out of hand like we saw last week. Take the Raiders and the short line.
Cleveland -4 over Houston. The Texans are bankrupting bettors all season with a 1-7 ATS mark. The 25-30 mph winds will only help the Browns here as they will be able to unleash their running attack on a helpless Texans defense that ranks 31st in rushing yards allowed. With Wyatt Teller back, Cleveland runs away with this one.
Baltimore -7 over New England. The New England defense is 30th or worst in yards per play allowed, overall defensive DVOA, rushing DVOA, and pass defense DVOA. The Ravens run game didn't look the same against Indy's 3rd best rush defense but will have a much easier time against New England especially with Mark Ingram back.
Green Bay -13.5 over Jacksonville. Aaron Rodgers vs. Jake Luton in Lambeau. Green Bay has the 3rd highest average margin of victory at home in the NFL and 4 of their 6 wins have come by 14 or more points. Miss me with the weather report. Aaron Rodgers sleeps in the wind. Lay the points as Jake Luton gets blown away.
Cincinnati +7.5 over Pittsburgh. Burrow and the Bengals offense gets better each week. In the last 3 weeks, the Bengals has cut their sack rate in half, and improved dramatically in the red zone. The Bengals are No.1 in the NFL on 3rd down conversion rate in the last 3 weeks. Everything you want to see from an underdog. Cincy has covered 6 of the last 7. I'm going to run with Burrow until he burns me.
Tony "Jigsaw" Cutillo (@TCutillo23):
Week 10 Stars....
Jared Goff (Seattle) - He hasn't been consistent, but that all goes out the window this week against the worst pass defense in the NFL. With a healthy group of WRs, Goff will put up big numbers.
Leonard Fournette (@Carolina) - The Bucs were embarrassed last week and will look to show they are still the team to beat. This will start and end with Fournette, who has displaced ROJO as the team's #1 RB. Feeding the beast until he's full will be the course of attack.
Brandin Cooks (@Cleveland) - Cooks has started to show why the Texans brought him into the fold. He has asserted himself over the last 4 weeks as the go-to guy to the tune of 39 targets, 27 catches, 372 yards and 3 TDs. The Browns, as long as the weather stays decent, will have no answer.
Week 10 Stiffs....
Jake Lutton (@Green Bay) - Facing off against the 5th ranked defense against opposing QBs and playing in the Frozen Tundra could be overwhelming for the newly appointed starter. Good Luck next week.
James Conner (Cincinnati) - He has struggled to hit the 15pt plateau over the last several weeks and Benny Snell has been getting more touches. Until I see some dominance, he needs to grab a Gatorade.
Jakobi Meyers (Baltimore) - Yes, he has been sensational over the last couple weeks. However, a matchup against Baltimore and Marcus Peters could be a wakeup call owners can't avoid.
Victor Williams (@ThePhillyPod): For the first time in a long time, the Eagles are relatively healthy. Having Miles Sanders, Alshon Jeffery and more return from injury will give Carson Wentz a chance to get back into rhythm against the lowly Giants. Doug Pederson is 1-3 coming out of the bye week but the Eagles have swept the Giants in each of the last 3 seasons.
Daniel Jones has 9 INTs and 7 fumbles on the year and I'd expect the Eagles defense to disrupt him throughout. If Wentz can have his first game without a turnover, the Eagles should win this game and remain the NFC favorites.