2014 NFL Week 10 Odds – Week 10 Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: November 6th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 10 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook. All times Eastern.

Thursday, November 6th

Cleveland at Cincinnati (-6, 44.5) 8:25 PM NFL Network

The 5–3 Cleveland Browns travel south to take on in-state rival Cincinnati Bengals, who are sitting at 5–2–1. This will mark the first time since 1964 that these two teams have met when both teams are above .500. Both teams are coming off victories in week nine as Cleveland God by Tampa Bay to 2–17 and Cincinnati defeated Jacksonville 33–22.

Sunday, November 9th

Kansas City (-2, 42) at Buffalo 1:00 PM CBS

The 5–3 Kansas City Chiefs had to upstate New York to take on the 5–3 Buffalo Bills. The Bills are 3-1 at home while the Kansas City Chiefs are 2–2 on the road. Kansas City has won three games in a row while Buffalo has won two in a row.

Miami at Detroit (-3, 43) 1:00 PM CBS

In what should be one of the more interesting contests on Sunday the 5–3 Miami Dolphins look to make it four straight wins when they take on the Detroit Lions, who at 6–2 sit atop the NFC North. Calvin Johnson will make his return for the Lions, who are coming off a bye week. Miami dominated San Diego last Sunday 37-0.

Dallas (NL) at Jacksonville 1:00 PM FOX from Wembley Stadium, London, England

The 6–3 Dallas Cowboys take on the 1–8 Jacksonville Jaguars in the third game of the NFL’s International Series. Dallas has lost two games in a row and will look to get back into the win column; no line has been released due to the unknown status of quarterback Tony Romo.

San Francisco at New Orleans (-5, 49) 1:00 PM FOX

The 4–4 San Francisco 49ers take on the 4–4 and much improved New Orleans Saints from the Mercedes–Benz Superdome. These two teams met last year in what was a physical contest marred by controversial calls. New Orleans ended up winning the game 23–20.

Tennessee at Baltimore (-9.5, 44) 1:00 PM CBS

The Baltimore Ravens will look to get back in the hunt in the competitive AFC North after a 43-23 loss to rival Pittsburgh. The Tennessee Titans have lost two in a row and 6 of their last 7.

Pittsburgh (-4.5, 45.5) at NY Jets 1:00 PM CBS

It can’t get any worse for the New York Jets, who have lost eight games in a row. They will now have to go up against one of the hottest quarterbacks in the league in Ben Roethlisberger, who has 12 touchdown passes in his last two games.

Atlanta (-2.5, 46) at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM FOX

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the NFC South rival Atlanta and what could be a pretty interesting contest. Tampa Bay might be looking for a little revenge after being blown out by the Falcons 56–14 on national TV back in September.

Denver (-11, 49) at Oakland 4:05 PM CBS

The Denver Broncos will look to get back on track, and it shouldn’t be difficult when they take on the winless Oakland Raiders. Denver was dominated last Sunday suffering their worst loss since the Super Bowl.

St. Louis at Arizona (-7, 43) 4:25 PM FOX

The Arizona Cardinals have the league’s best record at 7-1, they’ll look to make it 8-1 when they take on the 3-5 St. Louis Rams, who upset the San Francisco 49ers 13-10 last Sunday. Since losing at Denver, the Cardinals have won four straight including wins over Dallas and Philadelphia.

NY Giants at Seattle (-9, 44.5) 4:25 PM FOX

The 3–5 New York Giants will look to rebound from their embarrassing effort on Monday night when they had to Seattle to take on the 5–3 Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks have won the last two meetings, and defeated them 23–0 last season.

Chicago at Green Bay (-7, 53.5) 8:30 PM NBC

The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears renew their NFC North rivalry from Lambeau Field for NBC’s Sunday night football. Chicago is struggling and it won’t be easy seeing how they were dominated by this same Green Bay team in a 38–17 loss in late September.

Monday, November 10th

Carolina at Philadelphia (-6.5, 48) 8:30 PM ESPN

Mark Sanchez will get the start for the 6–2 Philadelphia Eagles when they host the 3-5–1 Carolina Panthers. Sanchez took over for an injured Nick Foles and let his team to a 31–21 victory over Houston last Sunday. Carolina has struggled and has lost three in a row, recently losing at home to New Orleans last Thursday night 28–10.

Bye: Indianapolis, Minnesota, New England, San Diego, Washington, Houston

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