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Week 10 Pro Football Predictions

Posted on: November 9th, 2017 by Rob Popeleski No Comments

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Seattle @ Arizona

Arizona has won 2 out of their last 3 games behind Adrian Peterson and a renewed rushing attack. They’ve rushed for over 100 yards just twice this season with both coming with Peterson in the backfield. This weak he’ll find yards tough to come by against a Seattle defense that allowed a late rally by Kirk Cousins to beat them last week. Seattle has held Arizona to just 6 points in each of their last two visits to Phoenix Stadium. Seattle 23-16

Minnesota @ Washington

Washington had numerous injuries to deal with last week but overcame that, for an impressive road win in Seattle. Credit Jay Gruden for a very good coaching job. This week they’re still dealing with multiple injuries as they face another solid defensive team in Minnesota. Washington beat Minnesota 26-20 last year at home. Minnesota is coming off a bye while Washington is shorthanded with the injuries coming off a hard fought win while traveling across the country. Minnesota 23-20

Dallas @ Atlanta

These are two teams going in opposite directions. Dallas has won three straight and have rushed for over 900 yards in their last 5 games. Atlanta has lost 4 out of their last 5 and their offense has been a disappointment so far. Ezekiel Elliott continues to be week to week as he has a hearing on his injunction on Thursday. The running game really suffers without him. Julio Jones is questionable for Atlanta. Dallas 27-24

 New Orleans @ Buffalo

New Orleans has won 6 in a row because they have a top 10 defense this year. Buffalo is coming off a disappointing road loss to divisional rival NYJ. Playing at home after an extended rest should be the difference for a Buffalo team that is 4-0 at home this year. Buffalo 24-17

Green Bay @ Chicago

Green Bay beat Chicago at home 35-14 back in September but that was with Aaron Rodgers. Without Rodgers, Green Bay is 0-2 and averaging just 17 points a game. Look for Chicago to control the game behind their ground game and defense. Chicago 19-13

Pittsburgh @ Indianapolis

Pittsburgh has beaten Indianapolis three straight years in a row and should do so again this year. Indianapolis has allowed a league worst 28 points per game so far this season. Pittsburgh 30-17

New England @ Denver

New England has struggled in Denver the last few seasons, losing their last three visits to Mile High. This is a different Denver team this year though. They’ve lost 4 straight and have turned it over 13 times during that stretch. Their offense is averaging less than 14 points a game in their last 4 games and their defense had their worst outing of the year last week. New England 24-19

Cleveland @ Detroit

Cleveland has been good against the run this year but that’s about it. They are ranked 31st in points scored and 28th in points allowed. Despite the short week after playing against divisional rival Green Bay on Monday night, Detroit shouldn’t have a problem against Cleveland. Detroit 34-17

LAC @ Jacksonville

Los Angeles has beaten Jacksonville in their last six meetings. Philip Rivers has thrown 8 touchdowns and 0 interceptions in their last two meetings. He will face a Jacksonville defense that has allowed the fewest points in the league and number one against the pass. Jacksonville has a good matchup on offense as their top ranked run game faces a defense allowing the second most rushing yards in the league. Jacksonville 27-23

Cincinnati @ Tennessee

Cincinnati has been held to under 200 yards of total offense in 2 out of their last 3 games including only 150 last week. Benefiting from an easy schedule, Tennessee has won three in a row. The Cincinnati offensive struggles will probably continue this week on the road where they are just 1-3 this year. Tennessee 24-16

Houston @ LAR

Like Green Bay, Houston struggled as predicted without their starting quarterback. Its not a good sign of things to come when they struggled against a weak Indianapolis defense last week. Los Angeles is playing as good as anyone and are averaging a league high 32 points per game. LAR 31-14

NYG @ San Francisco

New York were embarrassed last week as they fell behind 48-10 by the end of the third quarter. It sure looks like Bob McAdoo has lost his team. Not sure what to expect from them going forward. San Francisco is winless but have been competitive in most of their games this year. San Francisco 23-20

  NYJ @ Tampa Bay

New York got back in the win column last week after three straight losses in which they had the lead. Tampa Bay has been one of the leagues biggest disappointments, have lost 5 in a row and will be without Mike Evans and Jameis Winston this week. NYJ 24-17

Miami @ Carolina

Miami is 32nd in points scored while Carolina is 4th in points allowed. It’ll be hard for Miami to move the ball in this one. Carolina is near the bottom of the league in scoring as well so this could be an ugly low scoring game. Going with the better defense at home. Carolina 19-17

Record: Last Week 9-4, Season 77-53

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