Week 10 NFL Picks and College Football | Odds Shark’s Guys & Bets (Episode 289)

Joe Osborne, Andrew Avery and Iain MacMillan have their college football and Week 10 NFL bets lined up because it’s time for Football Friday!

We get it going with an NFC West clash as the Seattle Seahawks face the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams are coming off a bye and questions still remain about how good they actually are. This home matchup against the Seahawks could tell us a lot. With so many questions about the Rams, this could be a good spot for the Seahawks to sneak in a road cover and Joe is looking at the line in this game.

Next for Joe, he’s going to the desert as the Buffalo Bills face the Arizona Cardinals. Talk about a game with two young and fun quarterbacks to watch! Kyler Murray has been a menace this season, not only in the air but on the ground. He’s eighth in the NFL in rushing yards with 543, along with eight touchdowns. The Kyler for MVP watch is in full effect now.

And lastly for Joe, it wouldn’t be Football Friday without a teaser! On Monday Night Football, the Minnesota Vikings are in the Windy City to face the Chicago Bears. The 5-4 Bears are home underdogs against a 3-5 Vikings squad that has rattled off back-to-back wins. While the Bears offense has looked off at times, they have found a way to hang around in games. Getting extra points with the Bears and the total is appetizing for Joe.

Time for a college football bet as Ninja is looking at the Big Ten. The out-of-nowhere Indiana Hoosiers are in Spartan Stadium to square off with the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday afternoon. The Hoosiers have wins against Penn State, Rutgers and Michigan to sit at 3-0, and are ranked 10th in the nation. The Hoosiers have covered in all three games as well. Michael Penix Jr. and the Hoosiers look to keep it rolling against a conference foe.

Fresh off a bye week, the Cleveland Browns are set to host the Houston Texans, and that’s where Iain is looking for his first bet. The upstart Browns find themselves at 5-3 and in the hunt for a playoff spot in the AFC. The Browns put four consecutive wins together before going 1-2 in their last three games and are looking to start a new streak. Meanwhile, the Texans are just riding out what is a disappointing season as they sit at 2-6 with both wins coming against the Jaguars.

Finally, Iain’s eyeing a matchup with two young star QBs in Miami as Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers take on Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins. Between the two signal-callers, Herbert has had more impressive stats, but Tua is 2-0. The Dolphins last week lost wide receiver Preston Williams, who was developing a nice rapport with Tagovailoa. Herbert has found chemistry with Keenan Allen since he’s been under center and the star wideout will have to have an impact if Iain’s bet on the Chargers is to cash.