Fairway’s Football Forecast – NFL Week 10 Underdog Picks And Preview
Identifying NFL Week 10 Underdog Picks and Bets
A 1-1 results in Week 9 on these pages but a strong winner and Play of the Day on the Buffalo Bills (+3) in their dominant 44-34 win over the sieve defense of Seattle.
Read more of my insight and added Week 10 picks and analysis at Offshore Gaming Association, where I have contributed for years before there was legal sports betting in the U.S. (other than Nevada).
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NFL Week 10 Betting Data
Betting percentages on teams and games for NFL Week 10 from William Hill sportsboook. Check back for added data.
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NFL Week 10 Picks
262 Carolina (+6) vs Tampa Bay – Panthers Moneyline +215
270 Los Angeles Rams (-1.5) vs Seattle – Rams Moneyline -130
277 Los Angeles Chargers (+1.5) at Miami – Chargers Moneyline +105
Seattle at LA Rams
Read my Week 9 analysis of Bills over Seahawks and you’ll see my projection of ‘I expect a two-game losing streak to start this week.’ The Rams (5-3) are rested and ready off a bye and have a +0.9 net yards per play edge over the Seahawks (6-2)
in this key NFC West showdown. Los Angeles also owns the superior defense allowing just 292 yards per game and a league-low 4.7 yards per play. The Seahawks explosive (pass) offense led by QB Russell Wilson should finally be slowed somewhat this week. Meanwhile, the sieve Seattle defense and their Sea Chicken to-be-fired coordinator Ken Norton, Jr. are allowing a league worst 455 yards per game and 6.2 yards per play. Back-to-back road games for Seattle and back-to-back losses.