NFL Week 10 Game-by-Game Picks

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Nov 8, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles (5) attempts a pass during the second half of the NFL game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. The Jets won, 28-23. Mandatory Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

Jacksonville Jaguars (2-6) at Baltimore Ravens (2-6)

Sunday 11/15 at 1:00PM EST

I picked the Jaguars to upset the New York Jets last week, and Jacksonville responded by blowing multiple potential comeback opportunities. But this week, the Jags will be taking on the Baltimore Ravens. This Ravens team is far worse than the Jets, and Jacksonville should come out on top. Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns could be open all day long against a shaky Ravens secondary; Blake Bortles could have a huge game on Sunday.

Crazy fact for you: Bortles’ top two receivers are named Allen Bernard Robinson and Allen Bernard Hurns. That’s right; both players have both the same first name and the same middle name!

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Cleveland Browns (2-7) at Pittsburgh Steelers (5-4)

Sunday 11/15 at 1:00PM EST

The Steelers have been one of the NFL’s most unluckiest teams in the 2015 season, losing Le’Veon Bell for the season and losing Ben Roethlisberger to injury on multiple occasions. But with DeAngelo Williams running the ball very well and plenty of weapons out wide on offense, Pittsburgh should be able to get the job done at Heinz Field on Sunday.

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Chicago Bears (3-5) at St. Louis Rams (4-4)

Sunday 11/15 at 1:00PM EST

I took a chance last week and picked the St. Louis Rams to upset the Minnesota Vikings, which didn’t happen. The Rams have looked competitive throughout the season, and there is no excuse for St. Louis to blow this game at home. With Todd Gurley looking like an All-Pro and a defense that just won’t quit, the Rams have to win this game on Sunday. If they lose, St. Louis’ already slim chances of earning a Wild Card berth will be flushed down the drain.

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Miami Dolphins (3-5) at Philadelphia Eagles (4-4)

Sunday 11/15 at 1:00PM EST

Here’s another must-win matchup for a team that should be able to get the job done. The 4-4 Philadelphia Eagles are only half a game behind the New York Giants, who are facing the New England Patriots. Philly has a huge opportunity to take the lead in the NFC East this week; will Sam Bradford and company be able to get the job done? I think the Eagles will be able to take care of business against the struggling Dolphins and take the lead in the NFC East for good.

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