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NFL Week 10 Betting Lines
This could be one of the quirkiest weeks from a television perspective that we have seen in the regular season. All six early afternoon games on Sunday are slated to be televised on FOX, leaving CBS with just three games total in Week 10. All three of those games are currently in the late afternoon time slot, so fans are going to have some interesting viewing decisions to make. Two of the league’s most popular teams will have their bye week as Dallas and Kansas City will rest this week, and that will hurt thousands of fantasy football teams across the country.
NFL Week 10 Schedule & Lines
BYE WEEK: Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers
The two frontrunners in the AFC South will start off the week when they square off on Thursday Night Football. Tennessee and Indianapolis both like their chances in this division that Houston has dominated over the last half-decade. The Titans have one of the league’s best safeties in Kevin Byard, and he will look to shut down T.Y. Hilton and Indianapolis’ passing game, while Darius Leonard and the Colts’ front seven will be out to stop Derrick Henry dead in his tracks.
Cleveland has not beaten Houston since 2007 when Derek Anderson and Jamal Lewis led the Browns to a 27-17 victory over the Texans. By this point, we’ll know if the Browns have turned it around under new head coach Kevin Stefanski. There’s no doubt that Cleveland has all the talent needed to make this woeful franchise competitive once more, but there are still concerns about Baker Mayfield after he led the AFC in interceptions in 2019. Stefanski liked to run to set up the pass during his time in Minnesota, and that should help Mayfield quite a bit.
Most people will overlook the late afternoon game between Arizona and Buffalo, but this could be one of the more exciting games of Week 10. Both teams have sharp coaches that seem to get the most out of their players, and these could be two of the surprise teams of 2020. Arizona made the trade of the offseason when the Cardinals acquired Deandre Hopkins for peanuts, while Buffalo added a playmaker on the edge too when Stefon Diggs was brought in to give Josh Allen a true No. 1 receiver.
New England has the most frontloaded schedule in the NFL. The Patriots must go on the road and play Seattle and Kansas City in the first five weeks, and they will host San Francisco and Baltimore and travel to Buffalo in Weeks 7-10. Those games will test the new-look Patriots, but this team still has one of the best defenses in the NFL. New England’s defense did a good job of slowing down Lamar Jackson when these teams met last year, but the Ravens still dealt the Pats their first defeat of the campaign after an 8-0 start.
The Bears and Vikings could both be in the market for new quarterbacks next season. Chicago’s issues at the position are the stuff of nightmares, and the front office’s decision to take Mitchell Trubisky ahead of Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson will be lampooned for decades. Meanwhile, Kirk Cousins is in the last year of his three-year deal that he signed with Minnesota in 2018, and Cousins has continued to be solid but not great.
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