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NFL Week 10 OddsShark Computer Picks

The marquee matchup in Week 10 NFL action features the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks playing for the first time since Super Bowl 49. Bill Belichick and the Pats have been looking pretty unbeatable since Tom Brady returned from suspension and the OddsShark Super Computer expects them to keep rolling this week with a 32-15 dismantling of the ’Hawks.

There is a precedent here for the computer’s prediction as the Patriots are 5-1 both straight up and against the spread in their last six home games against NFC teams and they’ve also won 19 straight home games after playing consecutive games on the road. Additionally, in their four games with Brady back behind center, the Pats have outscored their opponents by an average of 16.25 points and have yet to lose.

Which Dogs are Barking?

According to the computer, four underdogs will come away with straight-up wins this week, with two of them – the Cowboys and Titans – expected to win by double digits. The moneyline for both of those teams to win straight up is about +135 so a $100 parlay bet would pay out $452.25.

The Cleveland Browns have been dogs by every definition this year. Their mascot is a dog, they’ve been major dogs on the field and they’ve faced underdog odds in every game so far. That trend will not change this week and the computer is predicting they fall to 0-10 with a 23-point loss to the Baltimore Ravens in what has to be the worst prime-time game of the year.

This is one of the Browns’ most winnable games left on the schedule and they are massive underdogs. You may want to consider a bet on Cleveland to go the entire season without a win.

Does Anyone want to win the AFC South?

For the second year in a row, the AFC South looks like the worst division in football and it’s expected to tighten up after the Week 10 dust settles, with the computer predicting the Jaguars to beat the Texans in Jacksonville by 10 points.

If the computer is right, it would mean all teams in the division would be within two games of first place. The race for the AFC South crown could be one of the tightest down the stretch but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be the best – these teams have played some ugly football. The Texans are the only team in the division who sit in the top half of the OddsShark power rankings but they have little to brag about at 13th place.

Week 10 NFL Computer Picks
DayAwayHomeaScorehScore
ThuCleveland BrownsBaltimore Ravens10.233.4
SunGreen Bay PackersTennessee Titans19.930.9
SunAtlanta Falcons   Philadelphia Eagles24.724.5
SunHouston TexansJacksonville Jaguars16.826.5
SunMinnesota VikingsWashington Redskins18.826.9
SunLA RamsNew York Jets20.123.5
SunKansas City ChiefsCarolina Panthers20.226.4
SunDenver BroncosNew Orleans Saints20.129.2
SunChicago BearsTampa Bay Buccaneers2426.2
SunMiami DolphinsSan Diego Chargers16.828.5
SunDallas CowboysPittsburgh Steelers30.918.8
SunSan Francisco 49ersArizona Cardinals10.235.8
SunSeattle SeahawksNew England Patriots15.232.4
MonCincinnati BengalsNew York Giants22.726.9

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