NFL Week 10 Opening Odds, Betting Lines, and spreads: Baltimore Ravens are surging in the AFC

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Odafe Oweh (99) celebrates after making a defensive play against the Seattle Seahawks during the first half at M&T Bank Stadium.

Week 9 was an exciting week that featured several nail-biters and a few blowouts (watch out for the Ravens!). Some of the best performances included CJ Stroud throwing for 470 yards, Josh Dobbs leading the Vikings to a win less than a week after arriving in Minnesota, plus Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs getting a victory in Germany. Sportsbooks announced the opening lines for this week’s games on Sunday night, so here are the opening lines for NFL Week 10. Make sure you keep an eye on our NFL picks as we provide predictions for every game, and are currently up +36.5 units this season.

NFL Week 10 opening lines and odds

Carolina Panthers +3 (-115) vs Chicago Bears -3 (-105) – Thursday Night Football
Indianapolis Colts -1.5 (-110) vs New England Patriots +1.5 (-110)
San Francisco 49ers -2.5 (-105) vs Jacksonville Jaguars +2.5 (-115)
Houston Texans +7.5 (-105) vs Cincinnati Bengals -7.5 (-115)
Cleveland Browns +4.5 (-110) vs Baltimore Ravens -4.5 (-110)
New Orleans Saints -2 (-110) vs Minnesota Vikings +2 (-110)
Tennessee Titans +1.5 (-118) vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers -1.5 (-102)
Green Bay Packers +2.5 (-104) vs Pittsburgh Steelers -2.5 (-116)
Detroit Lions -1.5 (-102) vs Los Angeles Chargers +1.5 (-120)
Atlanta Falcons -1.5 (-120) vs Arizona Cardinals +1.5 (-102)
New York Giants +15.5 (-110) vs Dallas Cowboys -15.5 (-110)
Washington Commanders +5.5 (-110) vs Seattle Seahawks -5.5 (-110)
New York Jets -1.5 (-110) vs Las Vegas Raiders +1.5 (-110) – Sunday Night Football
Denver Broncos +8.5 (-110) vs Buffalo Bills -8.5 (-110) – Monday Night Football

Best early bet for NFL Week 10: Baltimore Ravens -4.5 over Cleveland Browns (-110)

The Baltimore Ravens were the most impressive team in Week 9. Lamar Jackson and company defeated the Seahawks by a score of 37-3, and that was without Jackson throwing a single touchdown! Baltimore ran for 3 touchdowns, and by the time the 4th quarter rolled around, Jackson was taken out for Tyler Huntley because of the massive lead. That’s when Huntley found Odell Beckham Jr. for a touchdown, and if the Ravens can get OBJ more involved in the offense with Zay Flowers and Mark Andrews, they could enter the argument for the best team in the AFC.

Baltimore’s Week 10 matchup is against the Browns, and while Cleveland also had a dominant Week 9 win, it was against a Cardinals team that had traded Josh Dobbs earlier in the week. The Browns should be in for a rude reality check in Week 10, courtesy of Jackson and the Ravens.

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