NFL Football 2023 Week 10 Preview. The AFC North is the best division this year. Each team is two games above .500, except Baltimore, which is even higher. This division is worth watching for the rest of the season because each team has the potential to make it to the playoffs. That would be the first time that’s ever happened since the divisions realigned in 2002. It won’t be long before the odds start appearing for that futures bet.
Week 10 NFL Schedule and Lines
NFL Football 2023 Week 10 Preview
Thursday, November 9
- Carolina Panthers (1-7) at Chicago Bears (2-7) Bears (-3.5, 40.5)
Sunday, November 12
- Indianapolis Colts (4-5) at New England Patriots (2-7) Colts (-2, 43.5)
- Cleveland Browns (5-3) at Baltimore Ravens (7-2) Ravens (-6, 38.5)
- Houston Texans (4-4) at Cincinnati Bengals (5-3) Bengals (-6.5, 46.5)
- San Francisco 49ers (5-3) at Jacksonville Jaguars (6-2) 49ers (-3, 44.5)
- New Orleans Saints (5-4) at Minnesota Vikings (5-4) Saints (-2.5, 41.5)
- Green Bay Packers (3-5) at Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3) Steelers (-3, 37.5)
- Tennessee Titans (3-5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-5) Buccaneers (-1, 38.5)
- Atlanta Falcons (4-5) at Arizona Cardinals (1-8) Falcons (-1, 42.5)
- Detroit Lions (6-2) at Los Angeles Chargers (4-4) Lions (-1.5, 48.5)
- New York Giants (2-7) at Dallas Cowboys (5-3) Cowboys (-16.5, 38.5)
- Washington Commanders (4-5) at Seattle Seahawks (5-3) Seahawks (-6.5, 45.5)
- New York Jets (4-4) at Las Vegas Raiders (4-5) Jets (-1.5, 36.5)
Monday, November 13
- Denver Broncos (3-5) at Buffalo Bills (5-4) Bills (-7.5, 46.5)
Chargers Hope to Shock the Lions
The Los Angeles Chargers will host Detroit, trying to increase their winning streak to three after beating the Bears and the Jets. But they had to get special teams and defense to run key plays to pull them off. On a positive note, wide receiver Keenan Allen made history by surpassing 10,000 career receiving yards in their win against the Jets.
Detroit is coming off a bye week, so they’ll be ready for what LA has to throw at them. Wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown leads by example with his production and work ethic. Players like him are the reason Detroit has one of the top offenses in the NFL. Running back David Montgomery is expected to return from a rib injury.
The Chargers have not had the best offense or defense for much of the season but have shown signs of improvement as they showcased two of their best performances in their last two wins. If they can continue that streak, they will have a much better chance of keeping it close at home, maybe even winning.
Steelers Looking for an Easy Win Against Packers
The difference in this game will be the Steelers’ defense. They have multiple sacks in all but one game and are good at generating pressure.
The young Green Bay offense hasn’t scored more than 20 points in the last six games, and the underperforming Steelers offense averaged only 15.4 points per game in the previous five games. With two struggling offenses led by rookie quarterbacks, a lot of bets could be going to the UNDER on this one, so keep an eye out. But still, the odds are good that the Steelers will win and cover.
Vikings’ Replacement Quarterback Wins Big
Joshua Dobbs was traded to Minnesota only days before they played against the Falcons. Dobbs replaced rookie Jaren Hall, who suffered a concussion in the first quarter and secured a dramatic win with a touchdown pass with 22 seconds left.
Even if Hall is cleared, Dobbs will likely start against the Saints. The fans would expect nothing less as a thank you for his efforts. The Vikings have won four straight after starting the season at 1-4, so expect a hyped-up home team crowd.
The Saints lead the NFC South and will want to keep that lead with a decisive win on Sunday. Derek Carr is playing well, but Taysom Hill sometimes being a quarterback has helped the Saints bring their offense together these past few games. They might be able to cover the spread if he can continue running, throwing, and receiving.
Seahawks Ready to Bounce Back
Seattle was trashed by Baltimore 37-3 in Week 9 and was held to 151 total yards. Kenneth Walker III, who averages 66.5 rushing yards per game, had nine carries for only 16 yards. Meanwhile, Washington beat the New England Patriots 20-17 to break a two-game losing streak.
The Commanders’ offensive output has been inconsistent, but when it clicks, they can cause damage. Seattle’s offense under Geno Smith has been more consistent, except last week against Baltimore. Both teams are struggling on defense, but Washington let two starting defensive linemen go at the trade deadline.
Look to Seattle to put up a lot of points to show that last week was an anomaly. They’ll cover at home and probably go over the 45.5 total.
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