Quick Hitters: Week 10, 2019 NFL Season

For the fourth consecutive week, I’m doing my NFL predictions in this format, due to other time consuming projects.

So with that being said, here are my Week 10 prediction via the bullet points below:

  • I’ll take the Chargers over the Raiders, as I expect Anthony Lynn’s bunch to build off last week’s monumental home victory against the Green Bay Packers
  • I’ll take the Bears to snap their four-game losing streak because their defense is just too good to keep enduring this string of bad luck
  • Despite this game screaming “let down”, I still like the Ravens over the Bengals, as John Harbaugh’s bunch is starting to peak at just the right time
  • I’ll take the Bills over the Browns because I expect Sean McDermott’s bunch to use this opportunity to get within a game of the idle New England Patriots for first place in the AFC East
  • I’ll take the Chiefs over the Titans because Mike Vrabel’s bunch is too inept offensively. Plus, that ineptitude could be even more glaring with the potential return of Patrick Mahomes, as Ryan Tannehill isn’t capable of going possession-for-possession with the league’s reigning MVP
  • The Falcons should be better coming out of their bye. However, the Saints are coming off a bye as well and are playing the best ball right now, despite the unbeaten record of the San Francisco 49ers. The Saints, with Drew Brees in his second game back, will be too much for the Falcons. Especially in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Yes, the Saints will make it seven in a row this season
  • In the Week 10 “Futility Bowl”, I like the Jets because they are a little more complete than the Giants on both sides of the ball
  • I’ll take the Buccaneers to win their first game at Raymond James Stadium this season against Bruce Arians’ former team, the Cardinals
  • I like the Colts to bounce back at home against the Dolphins
  • I’ll take the Packers to rebound at home against the Panthers
  • Despite the Rams coming off their bye week on a two-game winning streak, I just can’t go against Mike Tomlin’s bunch right now. Steelers to go over .500 for the first time all season
  • This game is will be a back-and-forth battle, with the Cowboys winning it 20-17 at the buzzer
  • The Seahawks are the perfect candidate to deal the last unbeaten team, the 49ers, a loss. However, their defense isn’t the L.O.B. defense of old this season. Plus, Russell Wilson still gets sacked way too many times. Look for Jimmy Garoppolo to replicate what he did last week against the Cardinals, look for Nick Bosa and the Golden Rush defense to sack Wilson five or six times, and look for the 49ers to remain unbeaten at Week 10’s end

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