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It’s time for the NFL Week 10 picks and predictions. Looking at the slate, it’s tough to see a ton of upsets … which means we should expect upsets.

As always, all lines are courtesy of our partners at WynnBet.

Matchup

Atlanta Falcons

4-5

Carolina Panthers

2-7

Thursday, Nov. 10

8:20 p.m. ET

The Falcons are the better team, but they are also the Falcons, so expect this to come down to a 69-yard field goal with a blindfolded kicker.

Pick: Atlanta 23, Carolina 19

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Seattle Seahawks

6-3

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

4-5

Sunday, Nov. 13

8:30 a.m. ET

Seattle is the better team. The Buccaneers are laying points based on nothing more than reputation. Give me the Seahawks to win in Germany.

Pick: Seattle 24, Tampa Bay 15

Matchup

Cleveland Browns

3-5

Miami Dolphins

6-3

Sunday, Nov. 13

1 p.m. ET

The Dolphins have a tremendous offense, but the defense is a sieve. Cleveland can win by running the ball, creating a turnover or two and playing good situationally. Still, Miami is the better team.

Pick: Miami 30, Cleveland 24

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Denver Broncos

3-5

Tennessee Titans

5-3

Sunday, Nov. 13

1 p.m. ET

The Broncos can’t score at all, and the Titans have a defense that kept the Chiefs down on Sunday night. Tennessee, even with Denver off the bye week, should win.

Pick: Tennessee 20, Denver 10

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Detroit Lions

2-6

Chicago Bears

3-6

Sunday, Nov. 13

1 p.m. ET

Expect anything when these two teams get together. The Bears, however, are the better team and should win behind an emerging Justin Fields.

Pick: Chicago 22, Detroit 20

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Houston Texans

1-6-1

New York Giants

6-2

Sunday, Nov. 13

1 p.m. ET

The Giants are at home, off a bye, against the worst team in football. New York doesn’t win any landslides, but it should handle business.

Pick: New York 24, Houston 18

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Jacksonville Jaguars

3-6

Kansas City Chiefs

6-2

Sunday, Nov. 13

1 p.m. ET

The Jaguars can hang tough here, but the Chiefs are unlikely to have another flat performance against an AFC South team. This could be the classic close-but-never-in-doubt game.

Pick: Kansas City 31, Jacksonville 21

Matchup

Minnesota Vikings

7-1

Buffalo Bills

6-2

Sunday, Nov. 13

1 p.m. ET

Will Josh Allen play? If not, the Bills are in major trouble. If he can go, Buffalo is the better team and should torch Minnesota’s leaky defense.

Pick w/ Allen: Buffalo 34, Minnesota 26
Pick w/o Allen: Minnesota 28, Buffalo 23

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New Orleans Saints

3-6

Pittsburgh Steelers

2-6

Sunday, Nov. 13

1 p.m. ET

If you’re watching this game, consider other options such as gluing down your eyelids or staring into the sun. All more fun than watching Saints-Steelers.

Pick: New Orleans 21, Pittsburgh 16



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