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Week 10 of the NFL is on the horizon, meaning teams will start scrambling for playoff spots. A pair of AFC North rivals kick things off on Thursday, and a showdown between two NFC contenders is also on the docket. But first, we’ll look at a rematch of Super Bowl XLIX, with both teams hoping to get back there this season.


Game of the Week

Seattle Seahawks @ New England Patriots
Favourite: Patriots -7.5

The Seahawks improved to 5-2-1 with a 31-25 win over the Buffalo Bills at home on Monday. Russell Wilson finally looked healthy, throwing for two touchdowns and running for one more. Both touchdowns passes went to Jimmy Graham, who looks like the player Seattle thought they were getting when they acquired him from New Orleans.

The Patriots are 7-1,coming off a bye, and have won four straight off of byes (3-1 ATS). They’re 25-11 SU in their last 36 when they’ve had an extra week to prepare.

The Seahawks are 6-4 SU and ATS in their last 10 meetings with the Patriots, but New England beat Seattle 28-24 in Super Bowl XLIX two years ago. Expect to see a lot of highlights of Wilson's last-minute interception to Malcolm Butler this week.


Game with the Biggest Spread

Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens
Favourite: Ravens -9

The Browns are 0-9 after a 35-10 loss at home to Dallas and this might be their best chance to win a game this season. The Ravens returned from their bye last week, feeling refreshed and earning a 21-14 win over the rival Pittsburgh Steelers at home. Their offense was still very average, gaining 274 yards to 277 for the Steelers, but it was enough to get the win. The Ravens are now 4-4 and tied with the Steelers at the top of the AFC North. They'll have a great opportunity for a win on Thursday night, as they're 8-2 SU and ATS in their last 10 against the Browns.


Game with the Second Smallest Spread

Atlanta Falcons @ Philadelphia Eagles
Favourite: Falcons -1.5

Following a 43-28 win in Tampa Bay last Thursday, the Falcons are 6-3 and atop the NFC South. Matt Ryan bolstered his MVP candidacy with 344 passing yards and four touchdowns. The Eagles are 4-4 after a 28-23 loss on the road against the New York Giants, which now makes it four losses in their last five games. Rookie quarterback Carson Wentz threw for a career-high 364 yards, but he was also picked off twice. The Eagles are at the bottom at the NFC East, but outside of Dallas (7-1), Philadelphia is in reach of everyone else in the division.

The Falcons are 4-6 SU and 4-5-1 ATS in their last 10 against the Eagles, but the Eagles have won and covered in the last three meetings. This is a huge game for both, as some bettors are still skeptical about the Falcons.

*Odds as of Novermber 10, 2016