NFL Tipping Sheet: Week Ten Previews and Moneyline Picks

'Chip Kelly will stick with Nick Foles after his remarkable performance last week..'

It's Week Ten and the in the NFL, Reuben Thomas has a quick look at all the match-ups...

'Philly produced an enormous performance last week led by Nick Foles in the breakout performance of his career in which he threw for seven TDs and the Eagles have looked surprisingly good on the road, this could be a rare opportunity for them to take a victory away from Green Bay.'

Buffalo Bills @ Pittsburgh Steelers 
Sunday 18:00

Two disappointing AFC teams. The Steelers were slaughtered by the Pats last week and conceded the most points in their history, embarrassed and hurt they will want to respond at home. They have a feeble rush defence and may struggle against the Bills pair Jackson and Spiller and if EJ Manuel is back then Buffalo should have more offensive production than last week but the Steelers have a proud record at home against the Bills and should bounce back to make both teams 3-6.
Recommended Bet: Steelers @ 1.684/6

Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens 
Sunday 18:00

AFC North matchup as the Bengals travel to Baltimore hoping to get another winning run started after faltering against the Dolphins last week. Injuries have started to hit Cincy, loosing Geno Atkins for the year will hurt, their early season defensive strength many be on the wane so Dalton and the offence will have to take over. Despite three straight losses in Baltimore the Bengals should be able to outscore the toothless title holders.
Recommended Bet: Bengals @ 1.8910/11

Detroit Lions @ Chicago Bears
Sunday 18:00

NFC North, surely the toughest in the NFL, the Lions and Bears will thrash it out at Soldier Field on Sunday to try and take at least a joint lead of the division. Last week's Bears win over the Packers at Lambeau without Cutler behind center showed real strength and they enter Sunday's game as slight favourites against the explosive Lions. Chicago's susceptibility against the run may see Reggie Bush shown a lot of carries but don't expect Stafford to be able to deny the temptation to air it out to Megatron either. High octane NFC North showdown, worth a watch.
Recommended Bet: Lions @ 2.0421/20

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans 
Sunday 18:00

After a three game loosing run the Titans got back to winning ways last week to move to 4-4 and it was down to a long awaited big performance from Chris Johnson. He should feature heavily again on Sunday against a weak Jags D-Line as the Titans try ands stay in the hunt.
Recommended Bet: Titans @ 1.152/13

Oakland Raiders @ NY Giants 
Sunday 18:00

The Giants seemed to have turned around their awful start with a brace of wins before their ill times bye, can they keep up the trend as they host Oakland on Sunday. Probably, the Raiders looked easy to pick apart last week as they were hammered by the Eagles, Eli should certainly have opportunities. Oakland are hampered by injuries especially to their main threats; McFadden and Pryor, if they can't rely on their ground game they're in trouble at the MetLife.
Recommended Bet: Giants @ 1.331/3

Philadelphia Eagles @ Green Bay Packers 
Sunday 18:00

The Packers start a stretch of games without their superstar QB Aaron Rodgers as Seneca Wallace deputises. This disastrous loss can not be overstated and even at Lambeau the Pack will be vulnerable until Rodgers' collarbone heals. Expect them to rely heavily on rookie running back sensation Eddie Lacy to take the pressure off Wallace. Philly produced an enormous performance last week led by Nick Foles in the breakout performance of his career in which he threw for seven TDs and the Eagles have looked surprisingly good on the road, this could be a rare opportunity for them to take a victory away from Green Bay.
Recommended Bet: Eagles @ 2.021/1

Seattle Seahawks @ Atlanta Falcons 
Sunday 18:00

Seattle travel to the Georgia Dome on Sunday looking to cement their reputation as the best in the NFC. The Seahawks will again rely on the ground game but with a knocked up offensive line Russel Wilson and Marshawn Lynch may find it tough to find room, Wilson may have to roll out of the pocket to find some space or receivers. Matt Ryan has gone backwards this year with his erratic performances and the Falcons have suffered, he'll find it horrible against the Seahawks defence and theor opportunistic secondary.
Recommended Bet: Seahawks @ 1.51/2

St Louis Rams @ Indianapolis Colts 
Sunday 18:00

The Colts welcome the struggling Rams to Indianapolis looking for their third straight win after a gutsy Luck to Hilton led comeback last weekend. They shouldn't have much trouble against a depleted St Louis side. The Rams season plummeted with Sam Bradford's knee injury. They have put up a good fight in their last two games especially through rookie Zac Stacy's rushing but will find it tough to stop Luck and co despite their reasonably strong pass defence.
Recommended Bet: Colts 1.232/9

Carolina Panthers @ San Francisco 49ers
Sunday 21:05

Game of the weekend, the Panthers, on a four game winning streak roll into Candlestick to play the 49ers who are on a five game winning streak, this should be a real physical clash. QBs Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick will both be tested to the max with both teams possessing aggressive fast defensive units. The most interesting battle will be between Frank Gore and the 49sers number one ranked rushing attack and the second placed rush defence of Carolina. The Panthers have a dominant recent record against San Fran but may come unstuck in this one.
Recommended Bet: 49ers @ 1.434/9

Denver Broncos @ San Diego Chargers
Sunday 21:25

Denver continue their assault on the league without head coach John Fox this week by travelling to southern California to face the Chargers. Although it's Fox's team the truth is Peyton and his awesome raster of receivers can keep them producing. The Chargers suffered a heartbreaking loss last week to the Redskins to move to a 4-4 record and must pickup again. Philip Rivers is performing at a high level not far below Manning's but he'll find it hard to thread the passes against a Denver secondary that already has thirteen picks. Broncos to edge a score fest.
Recommended Bet: Broncos @ 1.364/11

Houston Texans @ Arizona Cardinals
Sunday 21:25

The hugely disappointing Texans set about Sunday trying to avoid their worst ever run of losses. The mentality in the camp was already low but the worrying news of their coach's health can only have worsened their position. It's a team in crises. Case Keenum will lead the team out and to onus will be on him to perform as star running back Adrian Foster is injured. The Cardinals will be fresh after a bye and have found a new star on running back Andre Ellington.
Recommended Bet: Cardinals @ 1.695/7

Dallas Cowboys @ New Orleans Saints 
Monday 01:30

Monday Night Football and they've picked a huge shootout between Romo's Cowboys and Brees' Saints. Romo should have the tougher task as the Saints have developed a hard nosed defence and aren't as open as in previous campaigns. The Saints seemed to have slowed down after launching the season with a five game winning run but expect them to put up big numbers on MNF and once again take control of the NFC South.
Recommended Bet: Saints @ 1.374/11

Miami Dolphins @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tuesday 01:40

Last game of the week and it's the controversial Dolphins travelling to Tampa trying to forget the negative headlines and focus on another win after an impressive victory over Cincy last week. The Bucs are winless but showed against Seattle they're on the brink of a breakthrough.
Recommended Bet: Buccaneers @ 2.26/5

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