Week 10 sees a massive battle between NFC West-rivals when the Arizona Cardinals visit the Seattle Seahawks Sunday night. The OddsShark Super Computer is giving the edge to the Seahawks with a projected final score of 23.8-19.3 in favour of Seattle.
The Seahawks are coming out of their bye week coming off two consecutive victories, which saw the team get back to their defensive roots by allowing a combined 15 points in those games. The Seahawks sit at 4-4, but have four divisional games left including two with the NFC West-leading Cards.
The Cardinals have won their past two before their bye week and are 6-2 on the season thanks to career resurgences from Carson Palmer and Chris Johnson. Palmer (35-years-old) is fifth in the NFL in passing yards and Johnson (30) is third in rushing.
Can the Undefeated Teams Stay That Way?
There are three teams in the NFL who have yet to record a loss and the OddsShark Super Computer expects all three of those teams to win this week.
The Carolina Panthers are projected to squeak passed the Tennessee Titans 23.8-21.2. The Panthers offense ranks fourth in points per game and first in rushing yards per game thanks to quarterback Cam Newton.
The Computer is expecting the New England Patriots to beat the New York Giants 27.9-19.9. The Patriots have been getting it done in all facets of the game this season as they have scored the most points per game, while allowing the fifth fewest.
The Cincinnati Bengals take center stage on Monday night when they host the constantly mediocre Houston Texans, with the Computer projecting a 30.2-18.8 blowout for the Bengals. Cincy is in the top 11 in the NFL in passing yards per game, rushing yards per game, points per game and points allowed per game.
Biggest Blowout of the Weekend
The OddsShark Super Computer is expecting a laugher in Denver when the Broncos host the Kansas City Chiefs. The Broncos are expected to win by a projected score of 32.6-12.2, which is the biggest margin of victory predicted this weekend.
When these two teams met earlier this season the Broncos intercepted quarterback Alex Smith twice in a 31-24 victory for Denver. And that game happened in Week 2, when the Chiefs still had Jamaal Charles.
|Thu||Buffalo Bills||New York Jets||19.3||25.9|
|Sun||Jacksonville Jaguars||Baltimore Ravens||23.7||24.5|
|Sun||Detroit Lions||Green Bay Packers||17.7||27.2|
|Sun||Miami Dolphins||Philadelphia Eagles||18.1||27.9|
|Sun||Cleveland Browns||Pittsburgh Steelers||18.6||24.2|
|Sun||Chicago Bears||St. Louis Rams||13.9||27.6|
|Sun||Carolina Panthers||Tennessee Titans||23.8||21.2|
|Sun||Dallas Cowboys||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||17.3||29.9|
|Sun||New Orleans Saints||Washington Redskins||27.5||23.4|
|Sun||Minnesota Vikings||Oakland Raiders||17.6||27.5|
|Sun||Kansas City Chiefs||Denver Broncos||12.2||32.6|
|Sun||New England Patriots||New York Giants||27.9||19.9|
|Sun||Arizona Cardinals||Seattle Seahawks||19.3||23.8|
|Mon||Houston Texans||Cincinnati Bengals||18.8||30.2|