NFL Odds Week 10: First Glance at Big Week

The NFL Week 9 is over after the Monday night football game wrapped up and after running to the polls to vote in the Presidential election, the next thing you should do is check out the NFL Odds for week 10.

Often if you are going to bet on the NFL weekend, the time to take advantage of the soft odds is the minute that they are put odd by the sportsbooks.

The sharp bettors and wise guys attack the NFL odds the minute they are released and then that triggers heavy action. In order to beat, or join that rush, the best bet is to bet early.

NFL Odds Week 10: First Glance at Big WeekIn week 10 there are plenty of big games to bet on.

The heavy action on the Thursday night game is on the Indianapolis Colts although they hit the road as favorites to battle the Jacksonville Jaguars.

After having a bye week NFL teams get plenty of betting action and the same could be said for the New England Patriots as they are 9.5 point favorites over the defenseless Buffalo Bills.

The Philadelphia Eagles fresh off a Monday Night disaster are just 2 point favorites over the Dallas Cowboys in what could become an elimination game for the playoffs.

The Sunday night game is getting heavy action on the double-digit favorites Pittsburgh Steelers as they host the Kansas City Chiefs who can’t seem to get anything right.

Finally the Minnesota Vikings are 2.5 point favorites against the Detroit Lions in a pivotal game in a very crowded and talented and NFC North which is quickly becoming the best division.

The NFL Odds for week 10 are posted and now is the time to bet on some of the biggest games of the week!

Cole Ryan

Cole Ryan

Cole started off as a part time handicapper and a full time computer programmer. After developing a computer program that consistently provided winners in NFL, NBA, MLB, and college sports Cole went into full time handicapping. The computer program and his knack for winners made him a rising star in the handicapping world. His complex computer program based on algorithms and analytical calculations have led to a 60% ATS rate.