2010 NFL Week 10 Lines – Week Ten Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: November 14th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)

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Complete List of NFL Week 10 Lines Can Be Found Below

Week 10 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 10 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 10 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

Divisional battles and big time rivalries should spark some fantastic games in Week 10 of the NFL campaign, and we have our pro football picks ready and raring to go for all of the action!

Where else could we start than on Thursday night, where the Baltimore Ravens and Atlanta Falcons will meet in the Georgia Dome for the first midweek game of the fall in the NFL. These two teams are tied with the best record in football at 6-2, and they are both on the verge of losing their respective grips on the strongholds in their divisions. Atlanta knows that this is a huge game, as it would mark a third victory already on the season against the AFC North, but Baltimore seems to be back on track after straying just a bit in recent weeks. The hosts are ever so slender one point chalks on the day.

Meanwhile, the AFC West lead could change hands if the implication of the oddsmakers is right at Mile High Stadium on Sunday. The Denver Broncos are fresh off of their bye week, and they are coming back home after losing over in Jolly Ol’ England to face the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs showed some chinks in the armor last week against the Oakland Raiders, losing in overtime, and they know that a loss will take them out of first place in the division. KC has won games like this before, but this is going to be a tough one with the season most likely on the line for Denver. The Broncos and Chiefs are lined at a pick ’em.

Meanwhile in the NFC West, there is very likely going to be not a single team over .500 by the time this week is said and done. The St. Louis Rams are 4-4 right now, but they are 5.5 point underdogs at the San Francisco 49ers, while the Seattle Seahawks are going to be playing the Arizona Cardinals in the other divisional tussle.

The game with the highest ‘total’ of the NFL week 10 lines, once again, features the Houston Texans and their league worst secondary. Houston is coming off of a crippling loss to the San Diego Chargers at home, and if it had won that game, it would be tied for first place in the AFC South. Instead, it is tied for last, and the loser of this week’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars will be in last place in the division, while the winner will stay on the pace. The Jags are slight one point favorites off of their bye. The ‘total’ is set at 50, and if it were to go off the board at least at a half century, it would be just the second game this year with that many points posted on the ‘total’ by the oddsmakers.

Will he be the head coach, or won’t he be the head coach? That’s the question that is floating around in Valley Ranch, TX right now, as the Dallas Cowboys continue to try to pick up the pieces of a broken season that only seems to get worse and worse with each passing game. Dallas was knocked off last night on Sunday Night Football in embarrassing fashion by the Green Bay Packers, and for the first time all season, it finds itself as a double digit underdog. The ‘Boys are 14 point pups to the streaking New York Giants, who have won five in a row, including thumping Dallas in “Big D” just a few weeks ago.

The other two combatants in the NFC East will square off in our nation’s capitol in a great duel between the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles. We think that this will be the first time that QB Donovan McNabb plays host to his old team after he beat the Eagles down in the City of Brotherly Love a few weeks ago. However, it was only two weeks ago that he was yanked by HC Mike Shanahan for a two minute drill, and now many are speculating whether it will be McNabb, or backup QB Rex Grossman that ultimately gets the call when Monday Night Football rolls around this weekend.

2010 NFL Football Week 10 Lines @ BetUS Sportsbook (as of 11/14/10):
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Week 10 Lines for Sunday, 11/14/10

105 Baltimore Ravens +1
106 Atlanta Falcons -1
Over/Under 43.5

215 Cincinnati Bengals +7
216 Indianapolis Colts -7
Over/Under 47

217 Houston Texans +1.5
218 Jacksonville Jaguars -1.5
Over/Under 48.5

219 Tennessee Titans pk
220 Miami Dolphins pk
Over/Under 43

221 Minnesota Vikings -1
222 Chicago Bears +1
Over/Under 41

223 Detroit Lions +2
224 Buffalo Bills -2
Over/Under 45.5

225 New York Jets -3
226 Cleveland Browns +3
Over/Under 38.5

227 Carolina Panthers +7
228 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -7
Over/Under 37

229 Kansas City Chiefs -1
230 Denver Broncos +1
Over/Under 44.5

231 St. Louis Rams +5.5
232 San Francisco 49ers -5.5
Over/Under 38.5

233 Seattle Seahawks +3
234 Arizona Cardinals -3
Over/Under 41

235 Dallas Cowboys +13.5
236 New York Giants -13.5
Over/Under 45.5

237 New England Patriots +5
238 Pittsburgh Steelers -5
Over/Under 45

2010 Week 10 Lines for Monday, 11/15/10

239 Philadelphia Eagles -3
240 Washington Redskins +3
Over/Under 43

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