NFL Week 10: Picks and Predictions

Taylor SmithAnalyst INovember 9, 2010

White and the Falcons look to improve to 7-2.
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Now, on to the picks. 

Baltimore Ravens at Atlanta Falcons

Thursday night's showdown in Atlanta may be the best matchup of the week, as we see a pair of division-leading 6-2 teams squaring off. 

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So, who wins the "Bird Bowl"?

NFL Soup Verdict: Push (two writers picked each team)

Detroit Lions at Buffalo Bills

Lions QB Matthew Stafford may miss the rest of the season after re-injuring his throwing shoulder in the loss to the Jets, and Shaun Hill may return to take the reigns against the winless Bills.

NFL Soup Verdict: Push

Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts

The Bengals came up just short Monday night against the Steelers, and it doesn't get any easier when they travel to Indy to take on Peyton Manning and the Colts.

NFL Soup Verdict: Colts 

New York Jets at Cleveland Browns

The Jets have been underwhelming in the past couple of weeks, but were able to overcome an early deficit to take down the Lions in OT last week.

The Browns are riding a nice two-game improbable upset streak. Can it continue against the mighty Jets?

NFL Soup Verdict: Push

Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

The Vikings were able to come back from the dead to defeat Arizona in overtime last week, while the Bears eked out a win against the Bills.

NFL Soup Verdict: Vikings

Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars

Houston lost a tough one to San Diego last week, and will look to get back on track in Jacksonville, where the Jaguars are coming off of their bye week.

NFL Soup Verdict: Texans

Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins

The Randy Moss era begins for the Titans in Miami, where the Dolphins are winless on the season.

NFL Soup Verdict: Push

Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Panthers' QB carousel continues, as the Bucs try to rebound after a tough loss in Atlanta.

NFL Soup Verdict: Buccaneers

Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

Suddenly, the Chiefs are fighting for supremacy in the AFC West after building an early-season lead.

Coming off of the bye, can the explosive Broncos offense take down KC?

NFL Soup Verdict: Broncos

St. Louis Rams at San Francisco 49ers

If you'd told us this would be a first-place team playing a last-place team before the season start, we would've believed you.

Would we have believed you if the Rams were in first and the 49ers were in last? No.

NFL Soup Verdict: Push

Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals

This "Bird Bowl" doesn't look nearly as nice on paper as the Baltimore-Atlanta version.

NFL Soup Verdict: Push

Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants

Do we really need to tell you who we picked here?

NFL Soup Verdict: Giants

New England Patriots at Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pats are coming off of their worst effort of the season, while the Steelers earned a much-needed rebound win over the Bengals on the road.

NFL Soup Verdict: Steelers

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

Michael Vick made his presence felt in the win over the Colts, while the Redskins will try to sweep the Eagles.

NFL Soup Verdict: Eagles

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