NFL Betting Odds – Week 10 Preview

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

Week 10 NFL betting odds get underway early this week with a game on Thursday night.

The NFL Network begins their coverage of games which means we get more televised NFL action. That is great news and it begins on Thursday with an excellent matchup in Atlanta as the Falcons are 1-point favorites in NFL odds at home vs. Baltimore.

Baltimore at Atlanta (Falcons -1, 43) – This is a great way to start Week 10 on Thursday night with a game on the NFL Network.

Cincinnati at Indianapolis (Colts -8, 47.5) – Is there any reason to like the Bengals in this game at the Sbg global sportsbook?

Houston at Jacksonville (Jaguars -1, 50) – Hard to pick a winner in this game but it is easy to pick the total as we go over.

Tennessee at Miami (Titans -1, 42.5) – Randy Moss makes his Tennessee debut but the Dolphins have to win this game.

Minnesota at Chicago (Vikings -1, 40) – The Vikings have more talent but Childress is still their head coach so they could lose.

Detroit at Buffalo (Bills -3, 43) – This should be the week that Buffalo finally gets their first win, especially with Stafford out for the Lions.

N.Y. Jets at Cleveland (Jets -3, 37.5) – Can the Browns keeping pulling off surprises against good teams against the NFL betting odds?

Carolina at Tampa Bay (Bucs -6.5, 35.5) – You have to like the Bucs here especially with Carolina going with either Clausen or Pike at quarterback.

Kansas City at Denver (Chiefs -1, 42.5) – Are the Chiefs for real or will they lose this game and really make the AFC West wide open?

St. Louis at San Francisco (49ers -6, 38.5) – The 49ers with Troy Smith might be the best team in this division.

Seattle at Arizona (Cardinals -3, 41) – The Seahawks might be the worst 4-4 team in NFL history.

Dallas at N.Y. Giants (Giants -14, 45.5) – The Cowboys have a new head coach so perhaps they will play hard this week.

New England at Pittsburgh (Steelers -4.5, 45) – The game of the week on Sunday night and it should be fun to watch.

Philadelphia at Washington (Eagles -3, 41.5) – McNabb gets to face his old team again, this time on Monday night.

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