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Consensus Game Picks from the Most Accurate Experts (Week 10)

Nov 8, 2019

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Sunday, Early Games

Ravens  at Bengals (+10)
ATS – 81% Ravens

At first glance, this seems like a letdown spot for the Ravens after their win over the Patriots. But it’s hard to back a rookie quarterback, Ryan Finley, who doesn’t have much to work with on an overall crappy team. ~ Ricky Doyle (NESN)
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Bills at Browns (-3)
ATS – 68% Bills

Buffalo might struggle slowing down Cleveland’s running attack, but it’s difficult to establish the run game when you’re turning the ball over all the time. Cleveland has a minus-8 turnover differential and if they fall behind they’re in trouble because opposing quarterbacks have a 74.8 passer rating against the Bills this season. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)
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Falcons at Saints (-13)
ATS – 51% Saints

This is going to be a clowning. The Saints (7-1) are the NFL’s best team, at home, off a bye, playing the Falcons (1-7). Have you see the Falcons? Atlanta isn’t remotely interested in playing defense, and who knows the status of Matt Ryan. Blowout city. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)
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Giants at Jets (+2.5)
ATS – 68% Giants

While the Giants have turned it over more than anyone else, the Jets are bad in the red zone, bad on third down, don’t protect the quarterback, can’t really rush the passer and have the NFL’s worst touchdown efficiency rate. Also, Adam Gase is their head coach. ~ Mike Cole (NESN)
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Chiefs at Titans (+6.5)
ATS – 75% Chiefs

Even if Patrick Mahomes misses another week, this is a fair price considering the Chiefs have played well in back-to-back games without the reigning MVP. And if Mahomes comes back, a middle could be in play as it isn’t far-fetched to see Kansas City closing as high as a 7-point favorite. ~ Case Keefer (Las Vegas Sun)
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Cardinals at Buccaneers (-4.5)
ATS – 64% Cardinals

The Cardinals are 3-0-1 against the worst defensive teams on their schedule. Tampa Bay really doesn’t have a much better defense than teams like the Lions or Giants. Arizona just scored 25 points against San Francisco’s No.1 ranked defense. Kyler Murray has thrown no interceptions in his last five games compared to eight picks for Jameis Winston during that span. The Bucs are 1-5 against the spread in their last six games. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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Lions at Bears (-2.5)
ATS – 63% Lions

Lions coach Matt Patricia is being criticized for the personnel he was using when the Lions failed to score from the 1 with 8 seconds remaining in Oakland. Bears coach Matt Nagy is being hooted for losing four in a row after a 3-1 start. The Navy Pier has more excitement. ~ Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
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Sunday, Late Games

Dolphins at Colts (-10.5)
ATS – 51% Dolphins

This will almost certainly be Brian Hoyer at quarterback for the Colts with Jacoby Brissett suffering a knee injury last week. The Dolphins won for the first time last week in beating the Jets, but this is a big step up in competition, even with Hoyer under center. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)
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Rams at Steelers (+3.5)
ATS – 51% Rams

Pittsburgh has put together a three-game winning streak against two bad teams and a team that lost its starting quarterback. Turnovers and defensive touchdowns have made up for the fact that the Steelers are 27th in yards per play. Mason Rudolph is near the bottom of the league with 181.3 passing yards per game. James Conner is still hurt. The Rams are still above average on both sides of the ball. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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Panthers at Packers (-5)
ATS – 54% Packers

This might be a case of steam-chasing gone wrong for those who jump on the Panthers because the, “sharp action,” was reportedly on them early in the week. At plus-7, where this line opened, Carolina was certainly the pick but it’s moved too far in the other direction. Always buy low on Aaron Rodgers when given the chance. ~ Case Keefer (Las Vegas Sun)
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Sunday Night

Vikings at Cowboys (-3)
ATS – 61% Cowboys

Since Week 6, the Vikings have allowed 5.5 yards per carry — the most in the league. The Cowboys are 5-1 with Tyron Smith in the lineup with their only loss being a road game at New Orleans. Ezekiel Elliott should be able to eat apart the Vikings defense. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)
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Monday Night

Seahawks at 49ers (-6.5)
ATS – 67% Seattle

Defensively, San Francisco can win the battles up front against Seattle’s offensive line, and it should be a bit healthier on the other side to handle a limited pass rush. The 49ers have been a great home team this season, and Jimmy Garoppolo will be up to the task of out-dueling Russell Wilson with better matchups for his weapons. ~ Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News)
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