NFL Football Week 10 2023 Preview. The elite teams of Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, and Philadelphia Eagles are on byes this week. Which teams will step up to draw the crowds in Week 10?
The shortest spreads are coming from the Titans, Buccaneers, and the Falcons and Cardinals. But I think the Lions and Chargers game will be the most anticipated.
Week 10 Schedule and Spreads
NFL Football Week 10 2023 Preview
Thursday, November 9
- Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears (-3.5, 40.5)
Sunday, November 12
- Indianapolis Colts (-2, 43.5) at New England Patriots
- Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens (-6, 38.5)
- Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals (-6.5, 46.5)
- San Francisco 49ers (-3, 44.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars
- New Orleans Saints (-2.5, 41.5) at Minnesota Vikings
- Green Bay Packers at Pittsburgh Steelers (-3, 37.5)
- Tennessee Titans at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-1, 38.5)
- Atlanta Falcons (-1, 42.5) at Arizona Cardinals
- Detroit Lions (-1.5, 48.5) at Los Angeles Chargers
- New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys (-16.5, 38.5)
- Washington Commanders at Seattle Seahawks (-6.5, 45.5)
- New York Jets (-1.5, 36.5) at Las Vegas Raiders
Monday, November 13
- Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills (-7.5, 46.5)
Can Baltimore Continue Winning?
The Ravens have surprised most sports fans as they keep finding ways to win for the last four weeks. They have the No. 1 defense in the country, but the Browns are right behind them. Neither team is exceptional at passing on offense, but both are near the top at rushing.
The Browns have Deshaun Watson under center, who has the potential to open up this game and take it back from Baltimore. But that’s only if he shows up. Lamar Jackson has been showing up for the Ravens and is leading the NFL with his 71.5% completion percentage and quarterback rushing yards.
If the Browns win, they’ll only be a half a point behind the division-leading Ravens. I’m hoping Watson makes this a close one.
San Francisco and Jacksonville are Ready to Rumble
Both teams are coming off a bye week and should be rested and ready to battle. The 49ers are taking that time to plan their comeback from three straight losses. On the other hand, the Jaguars are on a five-game winning streak.
San Francisco has been dealing with injuries throughout their losses, most notably left tackle Trent Williams and Deebo Samuel. Quarterback Brock Purdy hasn’t been playing the same since he suffered a concussion in Week 7, but hopefully, he’ll be 100% this Sunday. They’ve also added Chase Young as pass-rush, which should help the 49ers’ defense.
The momentum is on the Jaguars’ side, but the only problem is that they haven’t beaten the 49ers in 18 years. That’s a massive albatross around the team’s neck. Keep your limits in. I’m hoping for a big celebration after this one.
The Two Hottest Quarterbacks Meet
C.J. Stroud looks like he’s taking home Rookie of the Year, as he set the rookie record for the most passing yards in a single game with 470 in Week 9 against Tampa Bay. He also set the rookie record for the highest quarterback rating in a single game (147.8).
Unfortunately for Stroud, the Texans are playing the team with an even hotter quarterback, Cincinnati. In the last four games, Joe Burrow has thrown ten touchdown passes with a 75% completion percentage.
If Houston stands a chance this Sunday, they must start sacking Burrow. They only have 17 sacks on the season, and six of those came against Bryce Young (and they still lost to the Panthers).
It’s been a strange season for both teams. Cincinnati’s losses were during Burrow’s recovery and appear to be in the past. The Texans are losing to teams they should be beating and winning against teams they have no business competing with. I don’t think Houston can pull it off, but they could keep Cincinnati from covering.
Home Field Advantage Might Be Enough for the Bills to Win
The Broncos are on a two-game winning streak, and the last win was the most notable against the Chiefs. They are coming off a bye week, giving them ample time to prepare for this game.
The Bills suffered a loss to the Bengals in Week 9. They’ve got a banged-up defense, but at least they have Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs consistently making sharp offensive plays. Diggs leads the team in almost all receiving categories, while Allen is fourth in the league with 2,423 passing yards.
The Bills haven’t covered in their last five games, but if all else fails, they’re 3-0 when they are the home team. They should find a way to beat the Broncos, but can they finally cover a game?
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