2015 SuperContest: Week 10 Lines Out

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.


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