Week 10 of the NFL 2021/22 season has already started, with the Miami Dolphins beating the Baltimore Ravens 10-22 on Thursday night.
Sunday brings the usual bulk of the action, including an interesting game as the Seahawks travel to Green Bay.
This is followed by no less than two round of Monday night football, as Cheifs @ Raiders is followed by Rams @ 49ers.
Below, we’ve provided you with the latest NFL betting spreads and odds courtesy of BetMGM.
Stay tuned for a review of NFL week 10 and a look toward week 11 in episode 5 of the Sports Fan Journal Podcast, which will be released next Friday!
NFL betting spreads week 10 - the ones to watch
The first game on Sunday brings one of a few big spreads, as the Dallas Cowboys are -9.5 favorites when they host the Atlanta Falcons.
Other big spreads include the Clots being -10.5 favorites at home against the Jaguars and the Bills being massive -13 road favorites at the Jets.
The Bucs are -9.5 road favorites in Washington, while the high flying Cardinals are -10 at home to the Panthers.
The tighter spreads
The toughest game to call in the eyes of the sportsbooks is the Cleveland Browns @ New England Patriots. The Patriots are slender -2 favorites and game that looks like it could go either way.
The other tight game of week 10 is the MNF game, where Super Bowl finalists are -2.5 road favorites at the Raiders in Las Vegas.
The Broncos and the Titans are both -3 home favorites for their respective games against the Eagles and the Saints.
NFL betting spreads and odds - full list week 10
All of the spreads and moneyline odds are correct at the time of writing and have been provided by BetMGM.
Sunday November 14
Atlanta Falcons: Spread: +9.5 (-110) Moneyline: +325
Dallas Cowboys: Spread: -9.5 (-110) Moneyline: -275
New Orleans Saints: Spread: +3 (-115) Moneyline: +125
Tennessee Titans: Spread: -3 (-105) Moneyline: -150
Jacksonville Jaguars: Spread: +10.5 (-110) Moneyline: +400
Indianapolis Colts: Spread: -10.5 (-110) Moneyline: -500
Cleveland Browns: Spread: +2 (-110) Moneyline: +110
New England Patriots: Spread: -2 (-110) Moneyline: -135
Buffalo Bills: Spread: -13 (-110) Moneyline: -650
New York Jets: Spread: +13 (-110) Moneyline: +475
Detriot Lions: Spread: +8.5 (-110) Moneyline: +310
New York Jets: Spread: -8.5 (-110) Moneyline: -400
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Spread: -9.5 (-110) Moneyline: -450
Washington Football Team: Spread: +9.5 (-110) Moneyline: +350
Carolina Panthers: Spread: +10 (-110) Moneyline: +400
Arizona Cardinals: Spread: -10 (-110) Moneyline: -550
Minnesota Vikings: Spread: +3.5 (-115) Moneyline: +150
Los Angeles Chargers: Spread: -3.5 (-105) Moneyline: -175
Philadephia Eagles: Spread: +3 (-120) Moneyline: +120
Arizona Cardinals: Spread: -3(+100) Moneyline: -145
Seattle Seahawks: Spread: +3.5 (-110) Moneyline: +155
Green Bay Packers: Spread: -3.5 (-110) Moneyline: -185
Monday Night Football: November 15
Kansas City Cheifs: Spread: -2.5 (-115) Moneyline: -135
Las Vegas Raiders: Spread: +2.5 (-105) Moneyline: +115
Los Angeles Rams: Spread: -4 (-110) Moneyline: -190
San Francisco 49ers: +4 (-110) Moneyline: +160
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