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November 10th, 2023
Fourteen games are scheduled for Week 10 and it’s a competitive slate, as nine teams are favored by a field goal or less and only two are favored by seven points or more.
Let’s build a four-team teaser play in Week 10.
Teasers adjust point spreads in the bettor’s favor, providing an opportunity to play multiple games in a single bet without being locked into the existing odds in a standard parlay.
We’ll play the six-point teaser option at +260 ($100 win returns $360 including investment).
Not keen to lay more than a field goal with Baltimore versus a divisional opponent with a top-notch defense, but confident the Ravens will win. That makes for a perfect teaser spot. Baltimore found another gear after letting a game at Pittsburgh slip away in Week 5, averaging 32.5 points per game over the last four weeks, and the Ravens lead the league in defensive efficiency. After a road win, Cleveland is winless since 2021 (0-6), but the Browns have improved their offensive production in recent weeks (28.7 point average over last three games) and rank third in scoring defense (allowing 17.4 points per game).
Seattle managed to narrowly defeat Arizona and Cleveland at home, but they haven’t looked good over the last four games, averaging 15 points during the stretch. Washington made a couple of personnel changes after an ugly 14-7 loss to the Giants in Week 7, and the offense has responded with a pair of improved showings, as Sam Howell has thrown for 722 yards and has been sacked only four times over the last two games (league-leading 40 sacks the first seven weeks). Geno Smith is trending in the other direction, and Seattle’s defense has been exploited through the air by competent passing attacks. Look for Howell to enjoy another good afternoon in a game that will be decided by single digits.
The standard is the standard.#GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/vPvrgtluvC— Green Bay Packers (@packers) November 10, 2023
The standard is the standard.#GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/vPvrgtluvC
Pittsburgh is the only team in the Super Bowl era to have a winning record despite being outgained in every game at this point in the season. Their offense is anemic at times, and Green Bay is worse. The trend may come to an end this week, but it won’t be a high-scoring game. Green Bay has a strong secondary, Pittsburgh possesses one of the league’s best pass rushes, and both defenses will be geared to stop the run because they don’t fear the opposing quarterbacks.
Cincinnati struggled in all areas when Joe Burrow wasn’t healthy, but the Bengals are firing on all cylinders and enter on a four-game streak. And while many will point to the improved offensive production, Cincinnati featured a top 10 defense last year and is starting to play like one of the top defensive units this season. As a result, the Under has been prominent in recent Bengals games (four of the last six), and Cincinnati will face a Houston offense that has failed to score more than 20 points in five of its last nine games. The Texans will exploit weaker teams behind sensational rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud, but four of the last five Houston games have gone Under, and we can expect more of the same in Week 10.
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