With the updated NFL injury report coming out on Wednesday, it appears that Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater should be able to play Sunday against the Oakland Raiders (4-4) on the road in a key Week 10 game.
Bridgewater suffered a concussion in last week’s 21-18 win over the St. Louis Rams, and the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook made the Raiders 3-point home favorites versus the Vikings (6-2) on the Week 10 SuperContest Card.
Minnesota-Oakland is one of five games that have NFL lines of a field goal or less. The first will happen on Thursday Night Football when Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills (4-4) visit the New York Jets (5-3) in an AFC East matchup.
Ryan, the first-year head coach of the Bills, will be facing his former team for the first time. The Jets are listed as 2.5-point favorites, and the home team is 5-1 against the spread in the past six meetings.
Bucs, Seahawks are Small Home Favorites
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-5) and Seattle Seahawks (4-4) are also small home favorites on the Week 10 SuperContest Card while there is a Pick’em between the Washington Redskins (3-5) and New Orleans Saints (4-5).
The Buccaneers host the Dallas Cowboys (2-6) as 1.5-point favorites while the Seahawks are 3-point chalk against the Arizona Cardinals (6-2) in the Sunday Night Football game.
In addition, there are two double-digit home favorites in Week 10, as the Green Bay Packers (6-2) host the Detroit Lions (1-7) on Sunday and the unbeaten Cincinnati Bengals (8-0) take on the Houston Texans (3-5) in the Monday Night Football matchup.
Packers Double-Digit Spread Against Lions
The Packers are 11.5-point favorites against the Lions and have gone 9-3 ATS in their last 12 home games. Meanwhile, the Bengals are 10.5-point chalk versus the Texans but have covered only one of the past seven meetings, which happened last year as a 2.5-point underdog in a 22-13 victory at Houston.
The other two remaining undefeated teams are road favorites on the Week 10 SuperContest Card. The Carolina Panthers (8-0) are 5.5-point chalk against the Tennessee Titans (2-6), who upset the Saints as 6.5-point road underdogs last week.
Then the New England Patriots (8-0) visit the New York Giants (5-4) hoping to avenge two Super Bowl losses as 7-point favorites. The defending Super Bowl champion Patriots have failed to cover the past four meetings.