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2022 NFL Week 10 Spoilers


Again, I missed out on the Jets over Bills upset! From this point on, I will trust my gut when making my picks.

Other than that, 8-5 is a pretty solid record for the week. That being said, let's move on to week 10!

Last Week's Record: 8-5

2022 Season Record: 80-56

Lock of the Week: 5-4

Upset of the Week: 3-6

Exact Scores Predicted: 0

Best Fantasy Advice: Sit QB Jared Goff, 11.4 pts (14/26 137 yds 2 td 1 int)

Worst Fantasy Advice: Sit RB Michael Carter, 15.6 ppr pts (12 rsh 76 yds 1 td, 1 rec 10 yds)


Atlanta (4-5) @ Carolina (2-7)

P.J. Walker will be starting the game on Thursday night but it won't make a difference. Atlanta has shown the ability to step up big at times, not to mention their 37-34 overtime win against these same Panthers a mere two weeks ago.

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Falcons, 27-23

Seattle (6-3) @ Tampa Bay (4-5)

I honestly could see Tampa taking this game to prove they aren't dead yet. I still don't believe Seattle is a legitimate Super Bowl contender, but Geno Smith's team is more than capable of handling a struggling Bucs squad in Germany.

Seahawks, 26-13

Minnesota (7-1) @ Buffalo (6-2)

As of the time of this writing, we still don't know what's going on Josh Allen. I based this prediction on the assumption that he will play this week. This is a very realistic Super Bowl matchup and I think the Vikings can shock many people by upsetting the home team, whether Allen plays or not.

Vikings, 28-27

Detroit (2-6) @ Chicago (3-6)

This could be an overlooked shootout, as Justin Fields continues to thrive (he should be an obvious fantasy football start, which is why he's not listed this week). Neither defense is any good, yet both offenses have 30 point potential any given week. I see Fields making one or two plays more than Jared Goff does however, and that will determine the outcome.

Bears, 30-27


Jacksonville (3-6) @ Kansas City (6-2)

The Chiefs will stomp Jacksonville and continue to prove themselves worthy of being an AFC Super Bowl favorite.

Chiefs, 41-13

Cleveland (3-5) @ Miami (6-3)

Tua/Tyreek/Jaylen have been a damn near unstoppable trio of playmakers. Cleveland won't do enough to stop this offense.

Dolphins, 34-14

Houston (1-6-1) @ NY Giants (6-2)

New York comes off a bye week and Saquon Barkley continues to wreak havoc statistically. Houston put up a fight against the Eagles last week, and this game will yield a similar result.

Giants, 27-14

New Orleans (3-6) @ Pittsburgh (2-6)

Another game I'm unsure of, Pittsburgh has the 29th ranked defense, which could allow veteran Andy Dalton to have a huge game against them. They get plenty of touches to Alvin Kamara and Chris Olave, which allows New Orleans to secure the win late.

Saints, 20-17


Denver (3-5) @ Tennessee (5-3)

Derrick Henry is a monster. Denver has allowed a 100 yard rusher as recently as two weeks ago in their win over Jacksonville (their most recent game) and despite the fact that they have only allowed two on the season, Henry is always a safe bet to run for triple digits. This should be another low scoring loss for the Broncos.

Titans, 24-20

Indianapolis (3-5-1) @ Las Vegas (2-6)

Las Vegas home game. Banged up Indianapolis offensive line. Below average at best quarterback play from Sam Ehlinger. Jeff Saturday's NFL coaching debut. Bulletin board material for the Raiders.

Everything sounds like this game should be the Raiders by 10+ points...

... I just have a feeling that Indy will pull this one out somehow. I can't really back this one up statistically, just a gut feeling.

Colts, 34-17

Dallas (6-2) @ Green Bay (3-6)

This game shouldn't be close. The Dallas defense will stomp the Packers and force multiple turnovers. I feel that we will be one step closer to watching Jordan Love play in 2022.

Cowboys, 28-17

Arizona (3-6) @ LA Rams (3-5)

Two inconsistent NFC West teams, Kyler Murray-DeAndre Hopkins should torch the Rams and their 17th ranked pass defense.

Cardinals, 30-16


LA Chargers (5-3) @ San Francisco (4-4)

I don't know what's wrong with Justin Herbert and the Chargers, but facing Christian McCaffrey, George Kittle, Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk sure as hell won't help them out.

49ers, 31-20

Washington (4-5) @ Philadelphia (8-0)

Another easy win for the undefeated Eagles. Jalen Hurts pads his stats and continues to make his case for league MVP.

Eagles, 36-21


New York Jets (6-3)

Cincinnati Bengals (5-4)

Baltimore Ravens (6-3)

New England Patriots (5-4)


Fantasy Starts:

- TE Cade Otton, Bucs: vs Seahawks

Seattle is 31st against the tight end position and Otton has received 5+ targets in four of their last five games.

- QB Jared Goff, Lions: @ Bears

Chicago hasn't been good defensively, and we have seen Goff and the Detroit offense go to town on defenses who weren't prepared. I expect this one to be a shootout.


Fantasy Sits:

- Packer RBs: vs Cowboys

Dallas has a great defense, and the Cowboys should control the majority of this game. Green Bay won't have enough time to try and establish a ground game. Expect 45+ passes from Aaron Rodgers and very poor production from the running backs.

- QB Matthew Stafford, Rams: vs Cardinals

Stafford has not been good this season. Arizona doesn't have a great defense necessarily, but LA's offensive line rarely gives Stafford any time to get the ball out.

Game of the Week:

Vikings, 28-27

Lock of the Week:

Eagles, 36-21

Upset of the Week:

Colts, 34-17

Player of the Week:

Wr DeAndre Hopkins, Cardinals: @ Rams

11 rec 142 yds 2 td

Favorite point spread:

Cardinals @ Rams (-3.5)

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