Column As I See ‘Em – Week 10

Week 10 predictions



Indianapolis at Jacksonville

Andrew Luck and the Colts seem to have clicked over the past few games. A possible playoff team, they do have two games against the Texans before the season is out.



NY Giants at Cincinnati

After a rough weekend for Eli against the Steelers, the G-men will come back strong against Dalton and the semi-relevant Bengals. Giants by 14.


Tennessee at Miami

Miami is 4-4 and trying to hold on to second place in the AFC East. With a playoff spot still in sight, albeit a long shot, they’ll try their best to finish the season above .500. Dolphins by 7.


Detroit at Minnesota

Detroit is another possible darkhorse playoff contender, the Lions have an impossibly tough schedule ahead of them, Minnesota being the last of their problems. Lions by 10.


Buffalo at New England

All four teams in the AFC East are only separated by 2 games each, so every in-conference game matters. New England will continue to hold the number one spot though, beating the Bills by 14.


Atlanta at New Orleans

If you have either of these quarterbacks, make sure they’re starting for your fantasy league. This game will be a complete shootout due to the lack of defense from either team. Falcons win by 21.


San Diego at Tampa Bay

The Chargers defense will finally put a stop to rookie sensation Doug Martin, the Buccaneers only weapon. Not a high scoring game either, with both quarterbacks struggling. Chargers by 3.


Denver at Carolina

Peyton Manning is still a little inconsistent, but finally found a target he likes in Eric Decker. The Denver defense will contain Cam Newton, shutting down the Panthers opportunity of playoffs. Broncos by 10.


Oakland at Baltimore

Baltimore continues their reign as one of the top teams in the AFC right now, with Flacco and Rice carrying the team. Ravens by 21.


NY Jets at Seattle

Marshawn Lynch runs all over the Jets terrible defense and this game might be the first time we see Tebow at quarterback. Nevertheless, Seahawks roll over the Jets, Seattle by 10.


St. Louis at San Francisco

49ers have dropped out of the limelight, but with a 6-2 record still remain a solid bet for NFC champions. With a fairly easy schedule remaining look for them to remain with two losses. San Francisco by 14.


Dallas at Philadelphia

If Dallas loses one more game, look for Jerry Jones to pick up Shawn Payton to replace Jason Garrett. This game will keep Garrett alive for at least one more week as Romo starts his usual practice of actually playing football in November. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but Cowboys by 14.


Houston at Chicago

Texans and Bears clash in the game of 7-1 teams. Arian Foster outruns the Bears defense, and the Texans defense makes Cutler pay for all of his turnovers. Houston by 14.





Kansas City at Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Steelers continue their run under the radar, but have turned into a major threat after taking down Eli and the Giants. Also, if you have Pittsburgh’s defense on your fantasy league, play them. Steelers by 20.