NFL Week 10 Early Look

Do not look now, but Week 10 of the NFL is upon us. Week 10 has three matchups with both teams owning a winning record.

On Thursday, the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals start Week 10.

The lines opened on Sunday following Pittsburgh’s big win over AFC North rival Baltimore.

November 6 – Thursday Night Football

Cleveland at Cincinnati (-6, 44)

The AFC North is highly competitive with each club above .500. Cleveland is 4-1 over its past five games. Cincinnati is 14-0 over its past 14 home games during the regular season.

November 9 – Sunday

Jacksonville vs. Dallas (no line)

This game will be played in London and the books we wait until there is word on whether Tony Romo will play.

Miami at Detroit (-3, 42.5)

Miami routed San Diego by 37 points on Sunday.

Kansas City (-1.5, 43) at Buffalo

Kansas City is 5-1 SU and ATS following its win at home over the New York Jets. The Bills and Chiefs are 5-3 this season.

San Francisco at New Orleans (-3.5, 48.5)

These two teams were considered, to start the season, shoo-ins to reach the postseason. However, both are just .500 on the season. New Orleans has won 11 straight games at home.

Tennessee at Ravens (-10, 44)

Baltimore lost to Pittsburgh Sunday. Ravens are 1-8 ATS over their past 9 games as a double-digit favorite.

Pittsburgh (-4, 44) at NY Jets

The Jets have lost eight straight games. Pittsburgh routed the Baltimore Ravens Sunday night. Ben Roethlisberger has 12 touchdown passes in his last two games combined.

Atlanta (-1, 48) at Tampa Bay

These are two also rans in the NFC South.

Denver (-11.5, 50) at Oakland

The Raiders stayed with Seattle for three quarters and Denver was defeated soundly by the New England Patriots. Look out Oakland.

St. Louis at Arizona (-7, 44.5)

The Rams defeated the 49ers on Sunday. Arizona is the last team in the league with only one loss and is 6-2 ATS this season. This is the third straight road game for St. Louis.

NY Giants at Seattle (-9, 43)

Seattle won a tough game at home on Sunday versus Oakland, but is 0-4 ATS in their past 4 games.

Chicago at Green Bay (-7, 53)

This matchup is the second time the two have played this season. Green Bay won the first at Soldier Field as a 2-point favorite 38-17.

November 10 – Monday

Carolina at Philadelphia (-5.5, 46.5)

Philly played fine without injured quarterback Nick Foles defeating Houston 31-21. Carolina lost another game last Thursday against New Orleans.

As the week wears on and injuries are sorted out, the lines will change regularly.