Jeremy Sneed’s Week 10 NFL Picks

Thursday Night Football 7:25

Cleveland Browns (0-9) @ Baltimore Ravens (4-4)

-The Ravens were able to end their 4 game losing streak last week, but I am still not a fan of this football team.  With my upset of the week, I am going with 0-9 Cleveland Browns.  They only lost by 5 in week 2 and Isaiah Crowell was a huge factor in that game.  He has cooled off since then, but I think he will have a big game and help the Browns get their first and possibly only win of the season.

Final Score: 27-24

Sunday Noon Games

Chicago Bears (2-6) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-5)

-The Chicago Bears are an interesting team who seem to be do better on the road than at home.  They are also interesting in the fact that they like to lose to bad teams, the beat good ones.  With both teams coming off of bye weeks, I think the Chicago Bears get another road win and with Eddie Royal coming back, Cutler has a big game.

Final Score: 31-26

Green Bay Packers (4-4) @ Tennessee Titans (4-5)

-Aaron Rodgers called out his teammates after their loss Sunday to the Colts.  He said they lacked energy.  With Mike McCarthy on the hot seat, I think Rodgers and the Packers step up and get an important win to put them back on track.

Final Score: 34-25

Minnesota Vikings (5-3) @ Washington Redskins (4-3-1)

-The Vikings are a team, similar to the Ravens, who I think people were too quick in jumping on their bandwagons.  They have now lost three in a row, and I think the Redskins will make it four in a row and help their playoff push.

Final Score: 27-21

Kansas City Chiefs (6-2) @ Carolina Panthers (3-5)

-This game is very interesting on paper because of the fact that the Chiefs seem to find ways to win regardless of how they do so.  The Panthers started 1-5 and have since won two in a row.  I think Cam Newton is hungry to get the Panthers back to .500 and I think they upset the Kansas City Chiefs this week.

Final Score: 24-17

Atlanta Falcons (6-3) @ Philadelphia Eagles (4-4)

-Carson Wentz started the season looking like a seasoned vet leading the Eagles to a 3-0 record.  Since then, he has begun to look like a rookie and the Eagles find themselves at 4-4.  I think the Falcons offense is too explosive and the defense was able to put pressure on Tampa Bay last week.  So as long as the offense stays strong and they can put pressure on Wentz, I think they’ll win.   Final Score: 37-22

Los Angeles Rams (3-5) @ New York Jets (3-6)

-I really want to pick the Rams this week, but I just think it’s going to happen.  I think the Jets win, Case Keenum struggles and Jared Goff makes his debut.

Final Score: 23-10

Denver Broncos (6-3) @ New Orleans Saints (4-4)

-The Broncos lost a tough game Sunday night in Oakland.  I think they will bounce back this week against a not so good Saints defense.  I think New Orleans keeps it close, but Denver pulls away late.

Final Score: 38-28

Houston Texans (5-3) @ Jacksonville Jaguars (2-6)

-As much as I would like to pick the Jaguars, they are just plain bad.  It doesn’t help that Allen Hurns is in concussion protocol and the offense itself is shaky.  I think the Houston Texans coast to an easy win this week.

Final Score: 29-14

Sunday Afternoon Game 3:05

Miami Dolphins (4-4) @ San Diego Chargers (4-5)

-The San Diego Chargers have been a pleasant surprise in the NFL this season and find themselves one away from being in playoff contention.  I think they get that win this week against a lackluster Miami team.

Final Score: 41-31

Sunday Afternoon Games 3:25

Dallas Cowboys (7-1) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (4-4)

-It is a little too early for me to decide this one.  I think if Dak Prescott starts, the Cowboys win.  I think if Tony Romo starts, they lose.  Assuming that Dak Prescott starts this week, I will predict a Cowboys victory.

Final Score: 27-20

San Francisco 49ers (1-7) @ Arizona Cardinals (3-4-1)

-This game is the easiest one to predict due to the fact the 49ers are just as bad as the Browns in my opinion.  I think the Cardinals offense will stampede San Francisco and blow them out.   Final Score: 47-17

Sunday Night Football 7:30

Seattle Seahawks (5-2-1) @ New England Patriots (7-1)

-I think this game will feature much more offense than must people would have thought.  In a high scoring game, I am going to go with Tom Brady, Gronk and the New England Patriots.

Final Score: 35-31

Monday Night Football 7:30

Cincinnati Bengals (3-4-1) @ New York Giants (5-3)

-I believe that this game will be very high scoring and I think the Bengals will continue their slump.  I think the Giants win and improve to 6-3.

Final Score: 34-26