NFL's Worst Picks for Week 10: Bet the Opposite of Mine and Win Big

Michael SamuelSenior Analyst INovember 12, 2010

Here are literally the worst NFL picks ever, trust me I lose a lot of money.
Here are literally the worst NFL picks ever, trust me I lose a lot of money.Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

These aren't really his picks but if I could imagine what he would pick it would be these.

Lines courtesy of World Sports Exchange as of Friday 10:00 a.m Mountain time. Favorites are in bold.

Cincinnati at Indianapolis (-7.5)

Peyton Manning coming off of a loss vs. a Bengals team that looked good on Monday night but at 2-6 they know they're season is all but over.  I will take Peyton and the Colts giving 7.5.

Houston at Jacksonville (-1.5)

I just am not sure here, this is all but an elimination game as neither team can afford to fall to 4-5 but I like Jacksonville giving only 1.5 at home led by Maurice Jones-Drew.

Tennessee (-2.0) at Miami

I like the Titans giving 2.0 in this one because Miami hasn't won a game at home and Randy Moss always plays well in his debut with a new team.

Minnesota (-1) at Chicago

Minnesota doesn't play well in Chicago and it is tough to come back after all the turmoil in the locker room and the emotional win against the Cardinals last week.  I will take the Bears getting a point at home.

Detroit at Buffalo (-3)

Buffalo has come so close every week and I think this is finally the week they win outright.  It is tough to pick a win less team giving 3 points, but I think I am ready to do it!  I like the Bills giving 3.

New York Jets (-3) at Cleveland

Cleveland has played very well lately, but the 3 points is too little to give the Jets even after a shaky performance by the Jets last week against the Lions.  I will take the Jets giving 3.

Carolina at Tampa Bay (-7)

All Tampa has to do is win by 7 at home?!?!!?  Carolina will be starting Jimmy Clausen and even after a loss by Tampa last week, they still looked impressive and watch out for Freeman to Mike Williams.  I will take Tampa Bay giving 7.

Kansas City (-1) at Denver

Denver is coming off of a bye week and should be ready to play but I like the Chiefs coming off of a tough loss to the Raiders last week, especially if they only have to give a point.

ST. Louis at San Francisco (-6)

The Rams have been the surprise team of the year and I like the way Bradford has led them.  I like them getting 6 points even on the road in essentially an elimination game for the 49ers.

Seattle at Arizona (-3)

Seattle isn't a very good team on the road, I like the Cardinals to bounce back from a very tough loss to the Vikings.

Dallas at New York Giants (-13.5)

Can a new coach make a big difference? I like the Giants to win, but NOT COVER, 13.5 points is just too much even at home even against Jon Kitna, I think that Eli may struggle a little at home especially after the Giants have been called "The Best team in the NFL."  Give me the Cowboys getting 13.5.

New England at Pittsburgh (-4.5)

Literally no clue here, probably the toughest game to pick.  When in doubt, I take the points, no rime or reason though.  I like the Patriots getting 4.5.

Philadelphia (-3.0) at Washington

Home dog with a QB who is being questioned playing his old team that traded him away.  I like the Skins in this one getting 3 points on Monday Night.


Next Week I will make sure I post the Thursday Night game also.  Good luck this week