NFL Week 10 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

The gap between the hot betting teams in the NFL and the ones draining bettor’s bankrolls at BetAnySports continues to widen. Surprising teams like Philadelphia, New Orleans and the Los Angeles Rams continue to cover with ease, while some perennial contenders such as Denver, Atlanta and Cincinnati continue to sink deeper and deeper in the standings.

The Eagles own the best straight-up record in the NFL at 8-1 heading into a Week 10 bye and with Sunday’s 51-23 romp over the Broncos as seven-point home favorites they have now covered the spread in seven of those nine games. Denver’s current losing streak stands at four games both SU and ATS heading into Sunday night’s matchup against New England as a 7.5-point underdog at home.

The Chicago Bears are 3-5 SU and bringing up the rear in the jumbled NFC North, but they have the next best winning streak ATS at four games. They are coming off a bye week as three-point home favorites in Sunday’s divisional matchup against the fading Green Bay Packers. Without Aaron Rodgers under center, Green Bay was no match for Detroit on Monday night in a 30-17 loss as a rare 2.5-point home underdog. The Packers fell to 4-4 SU and 3-5 ATS with their current three-game slide.

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The Saints (6-2 SU, 5-3 ATS) have won their last six games SU with a 5-1 run ATS. They will be on the road against Buffalo this Sunday as two-point favorites. The Rams lead the NFC West at 6-2 SU with a 5-3 record ATS. They will put their three-game winning streak (SU and ATS) on the line this Sunday as heavy 11.5-point home favorites against Houston.

Over in the AFC, New England and Pittsburgh have the best overall record at 6-2 with Kansas City sitting at 6-3 SU. The best betting team in this conference at 6-2-1 ATS is the New York Jets. The Steelers are a respectable 5-3 ATS and the Chiefs have been able to match their record ATS. The Patriots improved to 4-4 ATS in the midst of a SU four-game winning streak in which they have covered in three of those games.

The Jets will go on the road this Sunday against 2-6 Tampa Bay as slight 1.5-point road underdogs. The once promising Buccaneers have lost their last five games SU and since covering against the Bears back in Week 1, they have gone 0-6-1 ATS in their last seven games.

Pittsburgh takes on Indianapolis as a heavy 10.5-point road favorite with BetAnySports and Kansas City heads into its bye week.

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