Get a jump on NFL Week 10 odds & lookahead lines, along with four bets to place before lines begin to move for next week. Find updated NFL Week 10 odds below.
Week 10 NFL Odds & Lines
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NFL Week 10 Betting Picks
The Week 9 schedule is loaded with pivotal matchups, including a battle between the Chiefs and Dolphins in Germany. The results are sure to impact the lines for Week 10 as the season crosses the halfway point.
Let’s take a look at the early Week 10 odds and which bets to place early.
Detroit Lions Moneyline (-109) vs. Los Angeles Chargers
With this line about even right now, the Lions are a solid early bet. Detroit can’t lose anything in Week 9 with a bye week on tap, but the Chargers certainly can.
A Los Angeles team that has played down to competition and been out-coached by most opponents is going on the road against a stifling defense and well-coached Jets squad. After Justin Herbert cooked the Bears in Week 8, a more sluggish performance for the offense in line with the rest of the season is likely on tap, particularly with Josh Palmer out.
The Chargers’ value is as high as it’ll be after the big win over lowly Chicago. Before a potential letdown against the Jets, it’s better to grab the Lions now – especially knowing the Chargers don’t have much of a home-field advantage at SoFi Stadium.
Washington Commanders (+6.5) vs. Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks have been getting by just fine lately, winning games behind a strong defense despite an offense that has taken a bit of a step back. A Week 9 matchup in Baltimore could halt their momentum. The Lions fell hard into that trap in their matchup with the Ravens, and another slow day for Geno Smith and the offense could hurt Seattle’s outlook moving forward.
The Commanders finally have a favorable matchup in Week 9 as they face the Patriots. Playing in Foxborough isn’t necessarily easy, but a major offensive advantage should lead to a bounce-back win.
Washington’s offense looked great against the Eagles. The defense did not. With Chase Young and Montez Sweat gone, that problem isn’t resolving itself anytime soon, but the Patriots’ offense represents a much easier test. If Sam Howell can avoid sacks like he did a week ago, the offense can outduel New England and bring this line a bit closer against Seattle.
Dallas Cowboys (-10) vs. New York Giants
We don’t have to pretend that the Giants are equipped to keep this game close in Dallas. New York has had nothing against the Cowboys for three years now, and the Giants’ ability to stay in games against lowly offenses means nothing when they’re matched up with the Cowboys. Dallas has perfected the art of getting to Daniel Jones, and there’s no reason to believe Dan Quinn’s defense can’t do it again.
A weak showing against a Raiders team that just fired its head coach and benched its quarterback would be the latest indictment on the Giants, regardless of what the Cowboys do against the Eagles this week.
Tennessee Titans Moneyline (+100) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Line movement will be limited in this one, considering the Titans already played (and lost), but the inevitable confirmation that Will Levis will start plus a potential extension of the Buccaneers’ losing streak could shift it a bit more toward Tennessee. Levis looked poised against a ferocious Steelers pass-rush in a tough environment with a poor offensive line. While the Titans didn’t win, that game and his impressive debut vs. Atlanta are excellent signs for Levis’ immediate outlook.
As the Buccaneers’ offense flails, Tampa could be in for another disappointment against a Texans team that has won its last two home games against tough defenses. With Levis, the Titans’ offense looks like it has a brighter outlook than the Buccaneers’ unit. This line should at least be even entering Week 10.