Betting tips and predictions for Week 10 NFL action
My partner on today's Winners Circle video, Doug Upstone and I take a look at the huge Vikings/Bills matchup, potentially without Josh Allen, and take a shot at some potential sleeper playoffs teams in the video. In addition, we make his selections for the Browns vs. Dolphins and Cowboys vs. Packers. Read below and watch the video for some NFL betting advice for Week 10.
Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers Preview and Pick
I gotta tell ya, I love looking at underdogs in games with a pointspread of five or 5.5 points. And this game jumped right off the board at me. NFL underdogs of 5 or 5.5 points, not coming off a bye week, with a win percentage under .625 (GB is at .333) are 15-0 ATS since 2014. AND, all dogs of five or 5.5 are 19-5 ATS in that same period with 14 SU wins!
The Packers did lose to Detroit last week and have lost five in a row and this week head to Dallas to play "America's Team". So far the public is biting. The majority of bets and money are loaded up on the Cowboys where the number has dropped all the way to -4 at industry-leading sportsbook BetOnline.
Of the last five losses, just one of those happened at Lambeau Field. The Packers are 24-3 SU at home in their last 27 home games in the regular season. Sure, the Packers have issues and yes they have lost six games this year, as the favorite, but Dallas is looking more and more like a sucker play here.
I'm going against the public here and will take the Green Bay to cover at home.
Cleveland Browns at Miami Dolphins Preview
The Miami Dolphins are 6-3 in the standings, but after opening the season 3-0 ATS, they are just 1-5 against the point spread in their last 6 games. The Dolphins have put together a dynamic package on offense, with Tua and all of his weapons firing week after week. But the team also has some deficiencies on defense that seem to have been forgotten since the return of Tagovailoa three weeks ago. Winning will do that.
Cleveland is coming off a bye and in their last game the D took care of business, holding Cincinnati to just 229 yards, grabbing an INT and a recovering a fumble on the way to a 32-13 blowout. The Browns have also figured out that they do not need to live only on the ground with weapons like Amari Cooper around. But are they reliable enough to bet on? This is a great NFL betting matchup and Doug offers much more info and his free pick in the video.
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