2022 NFL Week 10 Odds

Week 9 of the NFL provided us with plenty of entertainment.

From Miami’s first win in eight games to a gripping overtime game in Baltimore. Let’s hope for more of the same in Week 10. Last week’s parlay was a bust, and I was only right on four out of my nine bets owing to multiple upset games.

With NFL betting odds for Week 10 finding their range, let’s preview all 14 games.

This week’s parlay will again consist of five teams, while I shall be making other picks for the other games.

Baltimore Ravens (-305) @ Miami Dolphins (+280)

Ravens: Baltimore beat the Vikings in a thrilling overtime contest. Lamar Jackson led the comeback charge after the Ravens were down by 14 in the second quarter.

Jackson was excellent for most of the game. He finished with 266 passing yards, 120 rushing yards, and three TD passes. However, Jackson did throw two ugly interceptions. Like most of this season, the Vikings didn’t take advantage of these turnovers.

Marquise Brown was excellent with 116 yards. Brown is having a rollercoaster of a season. He has combined for some huge plays, but he has also dropped several catchable passes.

Dolphins: Miami ended its seven-game losing streak by beating the Texans at Hard Rock Stadium. Jacoby Brissett led the Fins to victory, yet he didn’t have the best of games.

Brissett and the Fins turned over the ball five times. Three fumbles and two interceptions meant the Texans had excellent field position for the majority of their drives. However, the Fins’ defense was able to limit the Texans to just six points from the five turnovers.

Miami’s defense only allowed 313 total yards and achieved four turnovers. They picked off a rusty Tyrod Taylor three times and didn’t allow the Texans into the end-zone.

Most people aren’t giving Miami much of a chance against the Ravens. However, this Miami team will have Tua back under center, and their defense seems to be returning to its 2020 form.

The Ravens are now top of the crazy AFC North,and a win will cement their spot in the division. Miami has injury problems in their receiving core, so I don’t think these teams will score over 47.5 points.

Therefore, I am betting on the Ravens to win, but Miami to cover the spread of 7.5 points.

Atlanta Falcons (+360) @ Dallas Cowboys (-410)

Falcons: Atlanta managed a surprise win over the Saints on Sunday. Matt Ryan was excellent. He went for 351 total yards and three TDs. He controlled the game’s tempo and was able to lead his team downfield for a game-winning drive.

The run game was non-existent, but RB/WR Cordarrelle Patterson had 126 receiving yards for the day. He was well backed up by Russell Gage, who finished with 64 yards. These two made up for the absence of Calvin Ridley.

The defense did let Trevor Siemian throw for 249 yards and two TDs. But the front seven didn’t let Alvin Kamara break free. He averaged over 4 yards per carry that made the Saints rely on Siemian’s arm.

Cowboys: Dallas endured a shock defeat to the Broncos at home. The Broncos pulled out to a 16-0 lead in the first half, from which the Cowboys couldn’t recover, even with Dak Prescott at the helm.

Prescott finished with 232 yards from just 19 completions. Dallas also had some success when they ran the ball, with Ezekiel Elliot averaging 5.1 yards per carry.

The defense couldn’t stop rookie RB Jevonte Williams, who finished with 111 yards at an average of 6.5 yards per carry. However, the defense did manage four sacks and seven tackles for a loss.

The Cowboys will be looking to bounce back with a better performance this week. The Falcons are now 4-4 and are in the playoff spots due to a surprising turnaround in recent weeks. These teams haven’t been too explosive on offense the last few weeks, so I don’t think these teams will hit over 53 points.

I am betting on the Cowboys to win, but they won’t cover the spread of -8.5.

New Orleans Saints (+140) @ Tennessee Titans (-148)

Saints: New Orleans lost to the Falcons in an upset at Caesars Superdome. Trevor Siemian played well in the absence of Jameis Winston. Siemian finished with 249 yards and two TDs.

The wide-outs hardly contributed to this game, with the most productive WR being Tre’Quan Smith with 53 yards. Alvin Kamara finished with 54 receiving yards, 50 rushing yards, and a TD to round off a decent day at the office.

This defense usually is excellent, but they couldn’t handle Cordarrelle Patterson. Continuing his impressive form this season, he finished with 126 receiving yards from just six catches. The D also didn’t have a single turnover and only managed two sacks.

Titans: Tennessee upset the Rams in LA on Sunday evening. Twenty-one first-half points gave the Titans a commanding first-half lead that they never looked like relinquishing.

In the absence of Derrick Henry, the Titans used Peterson, Foreman, and McNichols to run the ball. They combined for only 74 yards at an average of 3.4 yards per carry.

The defense carried the Titans to the win. They forced five sacks, four tackles for a loss, and two picks. Jeffrey Simmons was outstanding with three tackles, three sacks, and three tackles for a loss.

The Titans are now 7-2, and six of those wins were against playoff teams from last year. It was a commanding win for the Titans, even without Henry. It showed that they are genuine playoff contenders. The Saints looked like a post-season team during Week 8 but were shocking last week. I think there is a chance that the Saints upset the Titans in a high-scoring affair.

For that reason, I am going to bet on the teams to score over 45 points.

Jacksonville Jaguars (+390) @ Indianapolis Colts (-470)

Jaguars: Jacksonville produced a major upset on Sunday. They beat the Bills in a low-scoring game. Trevor Lawrence only managed just 118 yards from 15 completions to end a disappointing offensive display, yet remarkably the losing-most team this decade have now won two of their last three games.

The defense carried the Jags to the win. Josh Allen was excellent. He finished with a sack, a fumble recovery and he also intercepted his namesake, Josh Allen. That’s the first time in NFL history that the QB and interceptor shared the same name.

The front seven finished with four sacks and six tackles for a loss. The secondary held QB Josh Allen to 264 yards and two interceptions.

Colts: Indy overcame a late Jets come back to win last Thursday. Carson Wentz was once again operating without T.Y. Hilton Yet he still threw for 272 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions.

However, the most impressive player was once again Jonathan Taylor, who continued a spectacular run of form with a huge 172 rushing yards and two touchdown game.He is up for the rushing touchdowns title this season.

The defense managed a forced fumble and an interception, which helped stop the Jets from mounting a successful comeback. The D did concede 30 points to a team playing second and third-string QBs.

The Jags will be bolstered after their shock win. Their offense is still disjointed under Trevor Lawrence, but their defense is starting to take shape with some impressive performances in recent weeks.

The Colts are still well placed for the playoffs and a win against the Jags will help them potentially move into the seventh seed. I don’t think these teams will hit over 47.5 points.

I am betting on the Colts to win and cover the ten-point spread.

Cleveland Browns (+105) @ New England Patriots (-110)

Browns: The Browns impressively dismantled division-rival the Bengals by a 41-16 score. This is despite the Odell Beckham era in Cleveland coming to a tumultuous end.

Baker Mayfield used the downfield threat of Donovan Peoples-Jones effectively, with Beckham no longer being available. Baker hit the second-year wide-out for a 60-yard touchdown.

However, that wasn’t the most impressive play of the day. Denzel Ward achieved a brilliant 99-yard pick-six. Nick Chubb totaled 137 rushing yards, mainly thanks to a mazy 70-yard touchdown run.

Patriots: New England dominated the Panthers on Sunday. The Pats relied on a run-heavy offense again. Mac Jones threw for just 139 yards with a touchdown, an interception, and a fumble.

Rookie RB Rhamondre Stevenson was surprisingly the most productive rusher for the Pats on Sunday. He finished with 62 yards from ten carries. He also finished with the most receiving yards for the Pats.

The defense was back to its usual form. The secondary finished with three interceptions. The front seven chipped in with a sack and three tackles for a loss. Overall the Pats only allowed 250 total yards.

Mac Jones’ play will have to improve against this excellent Browns defense. The Browns will be hoping they can consistently perform at the level they showed against the Bengals.

Baker Mayfield still doesn’t look fully fit, and I think the Browns’ run game could struggle against the Pats’ excellent defense. This is why I think the Pats will win and cover the one-point spread in what the sportsbooks have as the tightest game this weekend

However, I feel the safest bet is these teams hitting under 46 points because both teams boast outstanding defenses.

Buffalo Bills (-630) @ New York Jets (+575)

Bills: The Bills played a part in arguably the most surprising upset of the first half of the season by being thwarted offensively for all four quarters by the Jaguars on their way to a 9-6 loss.

Josh Allen led his team to 336 total yards, but the Bills were shockingly inefficient in the Jags’ territory. Allen also threw two terrible picks that halted the Bills’ momentum.

The defense only allowed 230 total yards to the Jags. However, the Bills’ D only forced one turnover all game and only had two sacks.

Jets: The Jets lost to the Colts on Thursday night. Mike White left the game injured and was replaced by John Johnson. QB3 Johnson threw for 317 yards and three TDs despite not playing the entire game.

The receivers chipped in, but the most productive receiver was Elijah Moore, who finished with 84 yards and two TDs. The run game wasn’t as successful, with Michael Carter only averaging 3.8 yards per carry.

The defense conceded a massive 45 points and 532 total yards. Carson Wentz was very accurate when seeking his receiving corps. Yet, he wasn’t overly relied upon as the Jets were unable to stop Jonathon Taylor. He picked up a very impressive 172 yards and cemented his spot as the favorite for Top Rushing honors.

This game is between two fierce divisional rivals. The Jets are a long way off the Bills in performance terms. However, the division is wide open, with the Jets managing two shock wins and the Bills falling to 5-3. I think the Bills will have a bounce-back performance and demolish the Jets.

I am taking the Bills to win and cover the spread of -12.5 points.

Detroit Lions (+340) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (-390)

Lions: Detroit is coming off its bye week. Last time out, they suffered a disheartening 44-6 defeat at the hands of the Eagles in Week 8. Dan Campbell has started to field questions about Jared Goff after he produced another lackluster performance against Philly.

Goff averages a below-par 6.5 yards per attempt, which is his lowest since the rookie’s 2016 campaign. However, there has also been some shocking play-calling and several dropped catches.

Goff is playing in an offense with no star receivers and a non-existent running game. Yet he is still able to produce almost 250 yards per game this season. The defense didn’t help against Philly either. The front seven conceded 236 rushing yards to the Eagles.

Steelers: Pittsburgh needed a late field goal to win the game against the Bears. Ben Roethlisberger continued his quiet season with just 205 yards, meaning he only averages 6.6 yards per catch for the season.

The Steelers run game was surprisingly inefficient, with only 3.3 yards per carry. Pittsburgh mainly profited from turnovers produced by their defense.

The defense did produce two turnovers. However, they conceded 336 total yards to Justin Fields and 5.2 yards per carry to the Bears’ running backs.

The Lions’ first season under Dan Campbell hasn’t exactly gotten off to the best of starts, with an ugly zero sitting in their win column.

However, they have plenty of future draft picks and cap space, meaning the fruits of their rebuild will likely be shown next season. The Steelers are having a rocky season on offense despite being 5-3. I can’t see the Lions having any joy against the Steelers’ defense.

I am betting the Steelers to win and cover the nine-point spread.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-400) @ Washington Football Team (+360)

Buccaneers: The Bucs are coming off their bye week. In their Week 8 match, the Bucs lost to the Saints. Tom Brady and the Bucs couldn’t overcome a mammoth display from the Saints’ defense.

Tom Brady threw for an impressive 375 yards from just 28 completions and four TDs. However, he was picked off twice, including a pick-six. The run game was disappointing again with only 71 yards.

The defense couldn’t stop the Saints’ run game from going for 152 yards at an average of 4.75 yards per carry. They also disappointingly conceded ten yards per completion to Trevor Siemian, the Saints’ backup QB.

Football Team: Washington lost to the Broncos in their Week 8 match. Taylor Heinicke was adequate against Denver. He threw for 270 yards, a TD, yet had two INTs. Heinicke has now thrown the fourth-most picks this year and played a game less than those around him, which is an unenviable record.

Star players Antonio Gibson and Terry McLaurin were kept very quiet by the Broncos’ defense. They only had 34 rushing yards and 23 receiving yards, respectively.

The defense continues to be disappointing. They allowed Bridgewater, averaging less than eight yards per catch before this game, to go for 213 yards from 19 receptions.

The Buccaneers will need to win to hold onto the lead in their division as New Orleans is only one win behind them. Washington’s disappointing season couldn’t get much worse as they are 15th in the NFC.

Taylor Heinicke is expected to keep his starting role against Tampa. I like the under 51.5 points due to it being a possibly one-sided game.

I am betting on the Bucs to win and cover a nine-point spread.

Carolina Panthers (+380) @ Arizona Cardinals (-425)

Panthers: Carolina was dominated by the Patriots on Sunday. Sam Darnold was horrendous yet again; Darnold completed less than 50% of his passes. He finished with 172 yards and three INTs.

One bright area for Carolina was having Christian McCaffrey back from injury; he collected 106 total yards. However, the fact he was the team’s leading receiver with just four receptions for 54 yards underlines how ineffective the passing game was.

The defense allowed the Pats’ run game to go for 151 yards. Mac Jones had 139 yards which was all that was needed due to the Panthers turning over the ball three times.

Cardinals: Arizona went back to winning ways by beating the 49ers. Colt McCoy started against the 49ers due to Murray’s ankle injury. McCoy was a more than serviceable backup and upset a lot of parlays that were relying on him failing to step out of Kyler Murray’s shadow. He ended with 249 yards and a TD.

A stout run game carried this offense to the win. James Connor was outstanding. He finished with 97 rushing yards, two rushing TDs, 77 receiving yards and to cap it all off, a receiving TD.

The defense held the 49ers’ run game to just 39 yards. The front seven also managed five sacks and seven tackles for a loss. The 49ers’ run game usually is very productive, so this display from the Cardinals shows what a powerhouse their defense is.

Arizona is back up to the number one seed in the NFC. Kyler Murray is questionable to play on Sunday. However, with the way the offense played against the 49ers, you wouldn’t want to bet against them.

As is their way in recent seasons, the Panthers have had a major splutter (1-5 record) since their impressive 3-0 start to the campaign. I think the Cardinals will win and cover the spread of -9.5.

However, I am betting on these teams not to make the under at 44.5 points.

Minnesota Vikings (+128) @ Los Angeles Chargers (-134)

Vikings: Minnesota lost to the Ravens in overtime. The Vikings had a 14-point lead in the third quarter. Kirk Cousins showed a bit more desire and threw for 11 yards per reception; a big improvement on his season average of seven yards per reception before this game.

Justin Jefferson finally produced with 69 yards, including a 50-yard TD reception. Dalvin Cook was excellent and finished with 110 yards at an average of 6.5 yards per carry.

The defense is still below par. The elusive Lamar Jackson was allowed to rush for 120 yards and throw for 266 yards. The one positive was the D picked off Jackson twice.

Chargers: LA beat the Eagles by three points on Sunday. The Chargers can take solace in Herbert’s refound form following some sub-par games. Herbert finished with 356 yards and two TDs.

All of the wide-outs were excellent on Sunday, with Keenan Allan being the most productive of all of them. The Chargers’ running game was disappointing, with only 89 rushing yards.

The defense struggled with Jalen Hurts’ duel-threat capabilities. However, LA has been excellent against the pass all season and allows the third-fewest passing yards per game.

The Vikings’ defense has been below par all season, so I expect Herbert to take advantage of that and put up some big numbers. I also expect Dalvin Cook to have a good day because the Chargers are conceding 161 rushing yards per game this season. I think the Chargers will win and most likely cover the spread of -2.5.

The Chargers make it into my parlay.

Philadelphia Eagles (+140) @ Denver Broncos (-143)

Eagles: Philly was defeated 27-24 by the Chargers on Sunday. The Eagles played well on offense but couldn’t quite keep up on defense, which cost them the game.

Jalen Hurts was excellent, with 162 passing yards from just eleven completions. He also managed 62 rushing yards. DeVonta Smith returned to his best form with a 116-yard day as well as a TD.

The defense couldn’t quite hold off the Chargers in the fourth quarter. The defense didn’t register a single sack or turnover the whole game. They also relinquished 356 yards to Justin Herbert.

Broncos: Denver produced an upset to beat the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Teddy Bridgewater put together another solid display against Dallas and is now completing a career-high 70.2% of his passes and a 14:5 TD:INT ratio.

Dallas couldn’t handle the red-hot Jevonte Williams, who rushed for 111 yards. Tim Patrick was Bridgewater’s most reliable target with four catches for 85 yards.

The defense only allowed Dak Prescott to complete around 50% of his passes due to seven pass deflections. The D also managed to intercept Dak and force a fumble recovery from Nahshon Wright.

This will be a compelling game. The Denver defense, which just lost Von Miller, seemed to show up for the first time this season last Sunday. If they can replicate that performance against Jalen Hurts, then the Eagles won’t stand a chance.

The Eagles have been mostly excellent, yet unlucky, most of the season. I think the Eagles will pull off a minor upset and beat the Broncos at home.

Therefore, I am adding the underdog Eagles to my parlay.

Seattle Seahawks (+164) @ Green Bay Packers (-170)

Seahawks: Seattle is coming off its bye week. The last time out, the Seahawks dismantled the Jaguars. Geno Smith continued his fine form with 195 yards and two TDs.

The run game had a quiet day with only 69 yards. However, Tyler Lockett made up for that with a huge day. Lockett finished with 142 yards from 12 receptions. DK Metcalf also caught both of Smith’s TD passes.

The defense was excellent during Week 8. They only conceded 320 total yards. The secondary produced a pick and an impressive nine pass deflections, meaning Lawrence only completed 58% of his passes.

Packers: Green Bay lost to the Chiefs on Sunday. Aaron Rodgers tested positive for Covid, so Jordon Love started his first NFL game. Love played well, but he couldn’t finish off drives with only one of three red-zone trips resulting in points.

The run game was fruitful as usual, with 122 yards at 4.9 yards per carry. The Packers struggled to find space for Devante Adams, who only had 42 receiving yards.

The defense held the Chiefs to just 13 points. Mahomes could only connect on dump-off passes, and the front seven stuffed any run attempt by the Chiefs, who averaged 3.1 yards per carry.

The Seahawks are hoping to have Russell Wilson back from injury as he returned to practice on Monday. Rodgers is also likely to return to the starting line up having cleared Covid protocols. I think the Seahawks will put up a tough fight, but the Packers will end up winning at Lambeau Field..

The Packers are another addition to my parlay.

Kansas City Chiefs (-140) @ Las Vegas Raiders (+125)

Chiefs: Kansas City beat the Packers in a disjointed game. The offense still wasn’t as flowing as we witnessed last season. Mahomes only had 166 yards from 20 completions.

The run game was very disappointing again without Clyde Edwards-Helaire. The running department only managed 77 yards at a shocking average of 3.1 yards per carry.

The defense held strong against first-time-starter Jordan Love. The D managed two turnovers and limited the Packers to just seven points despite three red-zone trips.

Raiders: Las Vegas was handed a shock defeat by the Giants on Sunday. Derek Carr didn’t have a great game with two interceptions. However, he did manage 296 yards and a TD pass.

The run game was prolific, with an average of 5.85 yards per carry. However, the Raiders conceded three turnovers, which the Giants capitalized on, meaning the Raiders lost their offensive momentum.

The Giants’ run game trampled on the defense. Even without Saquon Barkley, the Giants rushed for 149 yards. The Giants still managed those stats, even with the Raiders having six tackles for a loss.

The Chiefs will be hoping to build some momentum and find their best form. The Raiders will be looking to bounce back and win despite what has been a very controversial season for them.

With the way the Chiefs’ offense is playing, I think these teams will score under 52.5 points and the Pack will again disappoint bettors who go ATS.

However, I am adding the Raiders to my parlay as I think they will bounce back and produce a dominant home performance.

Los Angeles Rams (-189) @ San Francisco 49ers (+170)

Rams: LA lost to the Titans on Sunday night. All of the offensive players put up acceptable numbers, but plenty of mistakes cost them the game.

Stafford threw two awful interceptions, one of which was a pick-six. The offense was only able to score one TD despite being in the red zone four times, and Stafford only completed 64% of his passes.

The defense was put in tough spots owing to the multiple offensive turnovers. They did manage a pick, three sacks, and four tackles for a loss. Unfortunately, they couldn’t carry the offense to a win.

49ers: San Francisco lost to the Cardinals on Sunday. Jimmy Garoppolo produced some excellent play; he finished with 326 yards and two TDs.

The 49ers did have George Kittle back from injury on Sunday, and the TE immediately got back into the swing of things with a 101-yard day. Brandon Aiyuk also seems to be finding his form again with 89 yards.

The defense conceded 445 total yards to the Cardinals, which included 249 yards to Colt McCoy, the backup QB. This defense is struggling to find consistency this season, having been so good in recent years.

The Rams are still the highest wildcard seed in the NFC and are only one win away from the Cardinals, who are top of the NFC West. The 49ers’ season has been disappointing so far; however, they are just one win outside of the playoffs. I like the bet of the Rams to cover the spread of -3.5 points.

Therefore, they are the last team in my parlay.

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