Bet on the Falcons and Saints in Week 10


Our NFL betting guide in Week 9 went a sterling 5-0 to bring our season record to seven games over .500. Here’s who we like in Week 10.

If you’ve stuck with us all season long we’d like to thank you for your support. We also want to congratulate you for going 5-0 with the wagers we suggested last week. Our predictions have steadily improved all season long and now we’re really hitting our stride. Let’s get rich together in Week 10.

To put it mildly, this isn’t a weekend with a lot of marquee matchups. There isn’t a single game on the schedule with a line smaller than three points per That doesn’t mean it won’t be an interesting weekend of football, but there might not be too many nail biters.

It does, however, mean this could be a tricky week for gamblers. It’s not good enough to pick winners this week, it’s all about falling on the right side of the spread. To that end, we start our suggestions with a home team starting to hit their stride.

PHILADELPHIA, PA – OCTOBER 21: Carson Wentz #11 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks on against the Carolina Panthers at Lincoln Financial Field on October 21, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

5. Back the Eagles -7 vs. Dallas

We don’t like anything about Jason Garrett’s team at the moment. The Cowboys mortgaged their future to acquire Amari Cooper last week and promptly got handled by the Titans. There’s no reason to think they’re equipped to head onto Philadelphia and steal a win.

The Eagles, in sharp contrast, have enjoyed a week to get healthy after knocking off the Jaguars in London in Week 8. Carson Wentz was already looking like his old self before the bye. The week off should only make him sharper against a Dallas defense that will be playing without Sean Lee.

Don’t mess with the line at all, but take Philadelphia -7 and collect your winnings.

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