NFL Week 10 Game-by-Game Picks

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Nov 8, 2015; Foxborough, MA, USA; Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) reacts after an incomplete pass during the fourth quarter against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. The New England Patriots won 27-10. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

New Orleans Saints (4-5) at Washington Redskins (3-5)

Sunday 11/15 at 1:00PM EST

Both of these teams have been extremely polarizing thus far in 2015, so it’s hard to pick a team to put my confidence in. And since the game is in Washington, I’m going to take the Redskins on Sunday. Kirk Cousins has brought energy to his team, the Redskins’ defense is vastly superior to the dumpster fire in New Orleans and the game will be held in Washington. This game could honestly go either way; it’s a toss-up to me, but I’m picking the Redskins here.

Detroit Lions (1-7) at Green Bay Packers (6-2)

Sunday 11/15 at 1:00PM EST

The Packers have struggled over the past two weeks against two teams with a combined 15-1 record, so is there really any reason for concern? A Lions win in this game would be the biggest upset of the season and possibly the entire 21st century. Aaron Rodgers is still an amazing quarterback, and just because he hasn’t had the best statistical season in 2015, that doesn’t mean he isn’t the best QB in football.

49. Final. 10. 50. 31

Dallas Cowboys (2-6) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-5)

Sunday 11/15 at 1:00PM EST

Don’t look now, but Jameis Winston has now gone four straight games without an interception. The Cowboys’ defense is struggling mightily, and its offense isn’t much better. Even if Tampa Bay struggles to put points on the board, the Cowboys’ offense isn’t any better than the Bucs’ O. The Buccaneers, although they only have one more win to show for it, are the more talented of these two teams. I fully expect them to get the W this week.

123. 20. 48. Final. 10

Carolina Panthers (8-0) at Tennessee Titans (2-6)

Sunday 11/15 at 1:00PM EST

The Carolina Panthers are hot, and while the Titans finally won their second game of the season after a six-game losing streak, Cam Newton‘s team should easily win this game. The Panthers may feel due for a loss, but the Titans aren’t a good football team. Starting off the season 9-0 could feel very, very good for a franchise that barely snuck into the playoffs with a 7-8-1 record in 2014.

Final. 17. 35. 27. 87

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