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NFL Picks: 2020 Week 10

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The site for Monday night.

Last week: 8-6 straight up, 5-9 against the spread, 1-1 best bets, 0-1 lock of the week
Season: 86-44-1 straight up, 65-63-3 against the spread, 14-16 best bets, 4-5 lock of the week

Lines for this week’s NFL games come from the Westgate Superbook, except for lines marked with an asterisk, which are consensus lines because the game is not on the board at the Westgate at the time of writing. Bold indicates a best bet . Bold and italic indicates the lock of the week.

Away

Line

Home

Straight Up

Against the Spread

Indianapolis

-1

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee
Cincinnati

+7.5

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Cincinnati
Washington

+3*

Detroit Detroit Detroit
Houston

+3

Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland
Jacksonville

+13

Green Bay Green Bay Green Bay
Philadelphia

-3

New York Giants Philadelphia Philadelphia
Tampa Bay

-5.5

Carolina Tampa Bay Tampa Bay
Denver

+4.5

Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas
Buffalo

+2

Arizona Buffalo Buffalo
Seattle

+1.5

Los Angeles Rams Seattle Seattle
San Francisco

+9

New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans
Baltimore

-7

New England Baltimore Baltimore
Los Angeles Chargers

+1.5

Miami Miami Miami
Minnesota

-2.5

Chicago Minnesota Minnesota

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Another rough week last week. Time to bounce back. I know I said that last week, but now it’s really time. Three best bets this week. Cleveland covers three against a Houston team that’s one of the worst in the NFL. I would have thought Buffalo would be favored against Arizona, but they’re actually getting two, so that’s going to be a best bet. Lastly, a banged-up 49ers team is getting nine in New Orleans against a Saints team coming off of a dismantling of the Buccaneers Monday night. Saints cover.

Elsewhere, in games that aren’t quite best bets, I like Tampa to bounce back against Carolina. As bad as the Bucs looked Monday night, the only teams to beat them this year have been the Saints and Bears. The Panthers are better than they get credit for, but will be without Christian McCaffrey and don’t have an offense like the Saints’ or defense like the Bears’.

I’m tired of picking Denver and then finding out on Sunday I gave them too much credit, so Vegas is the play this week. On the flip side, I’m done doubting Miami. Dolphins -1.5.

Twitter: @KSchroeder_312

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