NFL Picks Week 10: Predicting Stone Cold Locks Against the Spread

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NFL Picks Week 10: Predicting Stone Cold Locks Against the Spread
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Week 10 of the NFL season is just around the corner, and gamblers are going to want to start looking right now for some juicy lines to get a wager in on before they move away from their favor.

Let’s take a look at a few of the games on the slate and identify some that are highly likely to yield some favorable—and potentially profitable—results.

*All Point Spreads via ScoresAndOdds.com 

 

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (-6.5) over New York Jets

It should almost be a law in the gambling handbook to back Seattle at home. This team is simply dominant at CenturyLink Field and shouldn’t have a problem dispatching of the lowly Jets by a touchdown or more.

Get on this line before it reaches seven, as there is a chance that Gang Green loses by exactly one TD. As of now, with the line at 6.5, we are pegging the Seahawks to go 5-0 ATS for an undefeated record at home in 2012.  

 

Indianapolis Colts (-3) over JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

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The Colts are rolling right now, currently sitting at 5-3 and talking about a potential playoff push. The Jags are on the opposite end of the spectrum, having not won a game since they—surprise—beat AFC South rival Indianapolis in Week 3.

However, this Indy team isn’t the same one the Jags faced back then, and Jacksonville has only gone downhill since as well.

We fully expect confident rookie QB Andrew Luck to lead his team to a win by at least seven points on Thursday Night Football.  

 

CAROLINA PANTHERS (+4) over Denver Broncos

We love the Panthers as a home underdog in Week 10, especially after QB Cam Newton got his mojo back against the Washington Redskins in his last outing.

It’s going to be tough to beat a Broncos team helmed by Peyton Manning, but the Panthers have shown the ability to upset and win any game as long as Newton isn’t making mistakes.

Take the points and you’ll receive some tremendous value here. 

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