It’s Week 10 of the NFL regular season – And our picks are in.
New York Jets @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1 PM EST)
The Jets head to Tampa Bay hoping to get back to .500. As for the Buccaneers – they have now lost 5 in a row. They will be missing their starting QB Jameis Winston due to injury & as well as their star wide receiver Mike Evans after Evans was suspended a game for last weeks cheap-shot on Marshon Lattimore. Unfortunately for Tampa Bay, they won’t be able to stop the bleeding this week.
Final: 28-13 Jets over Buccaneers
New Orleans Saints @ Buffalo Bills (1 PM EST)
After only rushing for 25 yards last week – LeSean McCoy will be looking to bounce back and have a big game against the red-hot New Orleans Saints. The Bills are currently only one game behind the Patriots in the AFC East. As for the Saints – they are currently sitting atop the NFC South with a record of 6-2. Looking to win their 7th straight, they will keep their streak alive.
Final: 23-19 Saints over Bills
Cleveland Browns @ Detroit Lions (1 PM EST)
The Lions bounced back Monday Night in Green Bay after losing their previous 3 games in a row, Matthew Stafford and the offense finally found their rhythm – they didn’t punt one time in their win against the Packers. Detroit is sitting at second place in the NFC North – with a very favorable schedule left they have an opportunity to win their division for the first time since 1993.
Final: 35-13 Lions over Browns
Cincinnati Bengals @ Tennessee Titans (1 PM EST)
After winning their last 3 in a row the Titans are tied for first place with the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC South – while the Cincinnati Bengals hold a record of 3-5. Tennessee should have no problem taking care of business at home on Sunday.
Final: 24-20 Titans over Bengals
Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears (1 PM EST)
After getting crushed by the Lions at home Green Bay looks to bounce back this week as they face another NFC North rival, the last place Chicago Bears. With the Packers missing their most valuable player this game is pretty evenly matched – though the Bears have been given a slight edge. This one will go down to the wire.
Final: 19-17 Packers over Bears
San Diego Chargers @ Jacksonville Jaguars (1 PM EST)
The 3-5 Chargers head to Jacksonville to take on the first place Jaguars. We picked against Jacksonville last week and they went on to bury the Bengals – so we won’t make that same mistake this week.
Final: 20-14 Jaguars over Chargers
Minnesota Vikings @ Washington Redskins (1 PM EST)
This is the game of the week. The first place Minnesota Vikings head to Washington to take on Kirk Cousins and the Redskins. Washington went into Seattle last week and got a big win, they come into this match-up feeling extremely confident. The Vikings have a tough schedule ahead, they will have to go on the road to Detroit, Atlanta, and Carolina. This will be a close one, but home-field advantage will be the difference.
Final: 24-23 Redskins over Vikings
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolis Colts (1 PM EST)
The Steelers head to Lucas Oil Stadium to take on the last place Colts. Pittsburgh should have no problem winning this one, the Colts struggles will continue – as they patiently wait for Andrew Luck to get healthy.
Final: 27-9 Steelers over Colts
Houston Texans @ Los Angeles Rams (4:05 PM EST)
The Texans go to LA this week for a match-up against the first place Rams – who’s offense has dominated the past two weeks putting up 51 against the Giants and 33 against the Cardinals. Expect the Rams to keep rolling against the Watson & Watt-less Houston Texans.
Final: 31-20 Rams over Texans
New York Giants @ San Francisco 49ers (4:25 PM EST)
This match-up between two last place teams has nothing at stake – besides to see who will have a higher draft pick. The Giants should win this game – the 49ers are busy chasing the 2008 Lions record.
Final: 20-17 Giants over 49ers
Dallas Cowboys @ Atlanta Falcons (4:25 PM EST)
Another key match-up Sunday comes as the Cowboys make their way to the brand new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Cowboys will be without star running-back Ezekiel Elliot – who’s been their workhorse since he was drafted last year. Expect the Falcons to win a close one at home.
Final: 26-24 Falcons over Cowboys
New England Patriots @ Denver Broncos (8:30 PM EST)
The Super Bowl Champs make their way to Denver this week for what should be a pretty one-sided game. Tom Brady will have no problem picking apart the struggling Denver defense that gave up 51 points to Carson Wentz and the Eagles last week.
Final: 42-24 Patriots over Broncos
Monday Night Football
Miami Dolphins @ Carolina Panthers (8:30 PM EST)
For the 4-4 Miami Dolphins Monday nights match-up is a must-win if they want to stay in the race for a wildcard playoff spot – though it will be tough to beat Cam Newton’s 6-3 Panthers on the road. Jay Cutler will make things interesting during the first half, but Cam and the Panthers will run away with it by the fourth quarter.
Final: 30-19 Panthers over Dolphins