Early NFL Trending Odds Week 10

Early NFL Trending Odds Week 10

NFL Week 10 doesn’t begin until tomorrow but here are the early NFL Week 10 trending odds you need to keep an eye on.

Early NFL Trending Odds Week 10

Buffalo +115 at Cleveland -2½, 41

All six of Buffalo’s wins have come against teams that currently own losing records, but the Browns have dropped four straight and five of six. The best news about Cleveland’s struggles is that Baker Mayfield’s loud mouth has been completely shut.

Detroit +125 at Chicago -3, 43½

Detroit’s only win over their last five games came against the rebuilding Giants, but Chicago has dropped four straight. I like Detroit on the road in this NFC North matchup, mostly because Bears GM Ryan Pace foolishly drafted Mitch Trubisky over both, Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson.

Baltimore -10 at Cincinnati +375, 47

After rushing for two scores to lead the Ravens to a commanding 37-20 win over the Patriots on Sunday night, I think it’s quite possible that blossoming quarterback Lamar Jackson could rush for 1,000 yards in this mismatch against the winless Bengals. Okay…make that 500 yards!

Kansas City -3½ at Tennessee +165, 48½

Whether star quarterback Patrick Mahomes is on the field for this matchup or not, it won’t matter. Believe it or not, Tennessee has actually turned over the keys to their to mediocre Ryan Tannehill.

Atlanta +450 at New Orleans -13½, 51

If Drew Brees and the red-hot Saints don’t have this game against the dysfunctional Falcons well in hand by halftime, I’ll be shocked!

Miami +415 at Indianapolis -11½, 43

Whether Jacoby Brissette plays or not, Indianapolis is the pick to get the win here. Personally, i’m not laying any of my hard-earned bucks on Indy as a double-digit favorite if mediocre veteran Brian Hoyer gets the start.

Carolina +190 at Green Bay -5½, 48½

Green Bay got exposed on Sunday against the Chargers just as I predicted this past weekend. Conversely, Carolina has gone 5-1 under second-year signal-caller quarterback Kyle Allen. I smell another upset brewing for Green Bay.

L.A. Rams -4 at Pittsburgh +173, 44½

The Rams have won two straight, but the Steelers have won gotten their collective act together by winning three in a row. Still, I’m going with L.A. in this Week 11 inter-conference clash out of sheer desperation if nothing else.

Minnesota +130 at Dallas -3, 47

The Boys host the G-Men on Monday night to cap off Week 10. Following what will almost assuredly be an easy victory, Dallas gets humbled in week 11 against a Vikings team that will be highly motivated after losing to the Chiefs on Sunday.